Sunday, May 24, 2009

Desire me

Preview outtakes of Heidi Klums 20 page Desire Me pictorial by fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski, the June issue is entirely dedicated to Heidi.

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Capsule Collection

Lacoste will launch the footwear capsule collection designed in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects in September 2009. The project was initially previewed in October 2008 during the Frieze Art Fair in London, and the exciting ‘work in progress’ exhibited there has now become a final design prototype poised for production. This limited-edition collection of just 850 pairs will be available exclusively at such high-end boutiques as Colette in Paris, Dover Street Market in London and 10 Corso Como in Milan. The exclusive collaboration will be highlighted in store by a suite of bespoke material designed to compliment and enhance the themes and colours of the project. - from Zaha Hadid Architects

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N E V E R H I D E

Do you have your pair? Colorize Your world...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

P O L O N O W

Ad Campaign: UNIQLO Collection: Polonow Website: www.uniqlo.com/polonow/ Uniqlo's video campaign following the launch of their new Polonow collection, video below

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Omar Photography Picture of the Day

GLEE ROCKS!!!

Has there ever been a TV show more aptly named than Glee? It both embodies and inspires exactly that quality. Yet if I tell you the show is about a high school glee club and features bursting-into-song musical numbers, you might react as I did initially: I wanted no part of that. I'm not a musicals kinda guy. But this comedy from creator Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) is so good — so funny, so bulging with vibrant characters — that it blasts past any defenses you might put up against it. Glee will not stop until it wins you over utterly. It's the story of Will (Matthew Morrison), a high school Spanish teacher who takes over a pathetic glee club filled with misfits. Murphy takes what could have been moldy, cliché figures — such as Rachel, the persecuted girl (Lea Michele), Finn, the football hero who really wants to croon (Cory Monteith), and teachers like cheerleading coach Sue (the wonderful Jane Lynch) — and brings fresh details to them. Rachel asserts, ''Being anonymous is worse than being poor…. Fame is the most important thing in society.'' At first, you want to barf at a sentiment like that, but then Glee makes the battle to overcome anonymity seem like a higher calling. Has there ever been a TV show more aptly named than Glee? It both embodies and inspires exactly that quality. Yet if I tell you the show is about a high school glee club and features bursting-into-song musical numbers, you might react as I did initially: I wanted no part of that. I'm not a musicals kinda guy. But this comedy from creator Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) is so good — so funny, so bulging with vibrant characters — that it blasts past any defenses you might put up against it. Glee will not stop until it wins you over utterly. It's the story of Will (Matthew Morrison), a high school Spanish teacher who takes over a pathetic glee club filled with misfits. Murphy takes what could have been moldy, cliché figures — such as Rachel, the persecuted girl (Lea Michele), Finn, the football hero who really wants to croon (Cory Monteith), and teachers like cheerleading coach Sue (the wonderful Jane Lynch) — and brings fresh details to them. Rachel asserts, ''Being anonymous is worse than being poor…. Fame is the most important thing in society.'' At first, you want to barf at a sentiment like that, but then Glee makes the battle to overcome anonymity seem like a higher calling. Has there ever been a TV show more aptly named than Glee? It both embodies and inspires exactly that quality. Yet if I tell you the show is about a high school glee club and features bursting-into-song musical numbers, you might react as I did initially: I wanted no part of that. I'm not a musicals kinda guy. But this comedy from creator Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) is so good — so funny, so bulging with vibrant characters — that it blasts past any defenses you might put up against it. Glee will not stop until it wins you over utterly. It's the story of Will (Matthew Morrison), a high school Spanish teacher who takes over a pathetic glee club filled with misfits. Murphy takes what could have been moldy, cliché figures — such as Rachel, the persecuted girl (Lea Michele), Finn, the football hero who really wants to croon (Cory Monteith), and teachers like cheerleading coach Sue (the wonderful Jane Lynch) — and brings fresh details to them. Rachel asserts, ''Being anonymous is worse than being poor…. Fame is the most important thing in society.'' At first, you want to barf at a sentiment like that, but then Glee makes the battle to overcome anonymity seem like a higher calling.

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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Love Me Gender

It will be a triple cover edition for Tush magazine, and above are all 3 covers of their 2nd 2009 edition, double Garrn for triple Tush.

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BOYS OF SUMMER

BOYS OF SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHED BY CARI VUONG Fashion Editor: Matthew Edelstein Grooming: Sara Glick using Dior and Jurlique for www.saraglick.com Fashion Assistant: Sam Pape

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Omar Photography Picture of the Day

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Star Trek' beams up $24 mil at the box office on Friday

J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot started off its opening weekend in warp drive, grossing a stellar $24 million at the box office on Friday, according to Box Office Mojo. That opening-day total is among the year's best: Though behind the $35 mil that X-Men Origins: Wolverine scored in its first 24 hours and the $30.1 mil that Fast & Furious revved up on its initial day, it is basically on par with the $25.1 mil that Watchmen earned on its first Friday. And if you add in the $7 mil that the franchise film banked in late screenings on Thursday, Star Trek's starting sum is already around $31 mil. Friday's box office leaders are listed below, and please check back here on Sunday for a full weekend recap in the Box Office Report.

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"Buzz Off"

New face at Red Models New York is the star of new Contributing Edtior "Buzz Off" fashion pictorial,

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Omar Photography Picture of the Week

Rachel Weisz for Black Book

push me harder than me, professionally,” says Weisz, considering a nearby plate of sautéed spinach. “If that person exists, I’d love to meet them.” She smiles, waiting for suggestions. What about Lars von Trier, the notoriously prickly director of Dancer in the Dark and Dogville? “Oh, I would love to work with him!” she says, tugging slightly on her upturned black turtleneck. She imagines the possibility for a minute. “Actually, I don’t do too well with conflict in work. Some people like that sort of thing. They create conflict and that’s how they get their energy up. I’d rather have friends.”

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Omar Photography Picture of the Day

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Give a MOO! for Mark Hotlhusen!

Distinct in both style and technique, San Francisco based photographer Mark Holthusen is best known for creating images that push the boundaries of traditional photography. His award-winning work has been lauded by Commincation Arts, Graphis, American Photography and PDN. Mark has also been recognized in Lurzer's 200 Best Ad Photographers of 2008/2009 and was awarded at Lucie Award as international photographer of the year in advertising

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"The Fashion Show"

The Fashion Show premieres on Bravo on Thursday, May 7, 2009 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Fifteen professional designers will compete in this fashion creative competition series for a chance to have their designs sold in the retail market and win a $125,000 prize.

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Grey Ant Status Sunglasses

This is L.A. designer Grey Ant’s first line of eyewear. The style reminds me of an update on the classic Wayfarer with the minimalist plastic design, but the frames are larger and have an extra thick rim. The discreet Grey Ant logo is located on the inside of the frame. These sunglasses are selling out everywhere, but they are still available online for $230 at New High Mart. The Status Sunglasses are also available in red or clear plastic frames with mirrored lenses ha ha and I really want them :)

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