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    "Theories of Evolution". Photography by Osman Ozel, artwork by Meric Canatan

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    bienenkiste:

    "Theories of Evolution". Photography by Osman Ozel, artwork by Meric Canatan

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    red-lipstick:

    Weewill aka Don (Vietnam) - 47, 2014      Paintings: Watercolors

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    red-lipstick:

    Weewill aka Don (Vietnam) - 47, 2014      Paintings: Watercolors

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    If you were ever interested in working in fashion, Marie Clair lists 5 fashion jobs that you wouldn’t even think have existed. 

    The Fashion Flash Dance Choreographer 

    The Expert: Les Child 

    Job Description: Models don’t always walk straight up and down the catwalk you know. They sometimes twirl, dance, wave or jump - and on those occasions they need professional help. Cue Les, Mick Jagger’s former tour choreographer, whose runaway runway performances have managed to raise smiles from even the most seasoned editors. 

    C.V. Highlights: Les’s most recent display (a jazz hands extravaganza at Anya Hindmarch’s AW14 show) prompted thousands of posts from excitable fashionistas on Twitter. His other key hits have included coordinating Meadham Kirchhoff’s glitzy disco dancers in 2012, and Alexander McQueen’s legendary supermodel chess set back in 2004. Check mate.
    Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/546817/5-fashion-jobs-you-never-knew-existed.html#cUwK1SAzXZJKXfvg.99

    The Style Scenographer 

    The Expert: Alexandre de Betak 

    Job Description: Essentially, any show-stopping idea that your favourite megabrand can dream-up, set designer Alexandre can deliver. 

    C.V. Highlights: Wrangling clouds for Marc Jacobs? Sure. Building a giant mirror maze for Peter Pilotto? No problem. And that was just for AW14… 
    Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/546817/5-fashion-jobs-you-never-knew-existed.html#cUwK1SAzXZJKXfvg.99

    The Runway Soundtrack Composer 


    The Expert: Michel Gaubert 

    Job Description: Michel launched his career at Parisian haunt Le Palace in the early eighties and was already one of the most successful DJs on the planet before he spotted his gap in the fashion market. Nowdays, no fashion mega-production is complete without one of his uber-cool complementary soundtracks.

    C.V. Highlights: At the AW14 shows alone Michel was responsible for the music at Dior, Proeza Schouler, JW Anderson and more. At Chanel, he mashed up Elton John’s Tiny Dancer with Rihanna’s Diamonds as the lady herself sat front row and frolicked around in a couture shopping trolley. Doesn’t get much chic-er than that now, does it?
    Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/546817/5-fashion-jobs-you-never-knew-existed.html#cUwK1SAzXZJKXfvg.99

    The Celebrity Tanning Ambassador 

    The Expert: Jules Heptonstall 

    Job Description: St Tropez’s CTA Jules has seen more than his fair share of stars (and a scattering of Marie Claire staffers) in the buff. He’s the industry’s favourite hose-wielding spritzer, bronzing-up everyone in his sight both backstage and on the frow.

    C.V. Highlights: While you were stuck in the office daydreaming about hanging out with Sienna, Suki, Cara and co., Jules was rubbing moisturiser into their joints and prepping them for a good hosing before the AW14 Burberry show. 

    Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/546817/5-fashion-jobs-you-never-knew-existed.html#cUwK1SAzXZJKXfvg.99

    The Fashion Florist 

    The Expert: Mark Colle 

    Job Description: Forget garage-bought bunches, Mark is charged with creating the most jaw-dropping, Pinteresting, floral displays to wow guests at some of the world’s most prestigious style events.

    C.V. Highlights: Jil Sander’s perspex box arrangements in 2012. Dior’s couture bloom walls in both AW13 and SS14. Say it with flowers, he does.
    Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/546817/5-fashion-jobs-you-never-knew-existed.html#cUwK1SAzXZJKXfvg.99

    likeafieldmouse:

    Rudy Cremonini - Amygdala (2012)

    1. Time Recovered

    2. Every Policy and Assignment

    3. Interior

    4. The Pact

    5. Swimming Pool Party

    6. The Escape

    7. The Barber

    8. Study of a Child

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    likeafieldmouse:

    Rudy Cremonini - Amygdala (2012)

    1. Time Recovered

    2. Every Policy and Assignment

    3. Interior

    4. The Pact

    5. Swimming Pool Party

    6. The Escape

    7. The Barber

    8. Study of a Child

    EXHIBITION Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy

    mcsaatchicreative:

    Why does your work look like it’s about to fall apart?
    'I've always been interested in states of precariousness. I'm from Venice, which has been falling apart for centuries in the most beautiful way, so I think it's something that's a part of me.

    -Photographer’s Gallery- Ramillies Street W1F 7LW

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    ewagency:

    New images on the Love Lost project by our photographer Paul Barbera. http://www.lovelostproject.com

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    ewagency:

    New images on the Love Lost project by our photographer Paul Barbera. http://www.lovelostproject.com