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¡Por el amor de Dios! Llevo unos minutos con la piel de gallina. Me explico, la perfección de colores primarios, con ese guiño a Mondrian y, encima, es un bolso. Hace tiempo que alucino con el savoir-faire de esta señorita, pero es que cada vez se supera más. Qué cierto es ese refrán tan leido de renovarse o morir. A saber lo que cuesta, pero ahora mismo, es lo que menos me importa.
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The 17th annual ArtWalk benefit hits New York tonight, with co-chairs Alec Baldwin, Carey Lowell, Richard Gere, and Coco Rocha hosting one of the social calendar’s most prominent benefit art auctions, with proceeds going to New York City’s Coalition for the Homeless. Shepard Fairey, Jenny Holzer, Ed Ruscha, and Richard Phillips are among the artists who have donated their work to the silent and live auctions, but it’s a piece from evening sponsor Fendi that may have the evening’s fashion-world attendees buzzing. The label’s Selleria bike has Roman leather seats, wheel and handle covers, pump, basket, and vanity case—and, for the easily misdirected, a leather-covered GPS. ArtWalk? ArtRide.
Jewelry has been on the minds of Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez for some time now. At the Hyères Festival this past Spring, the duo announced they were working on a small collection of extremely limited costume pieces in fluorescent colors and chunky shapes. For their Resort ‘12 collection, which they designers describe as an exploration of craft and late sixties West Coast culture, they took the idea one step further, collaborating with the art jewelry line Alex & Lee, a staple of San Francisco’s crafts scene in the seventies. The intermediary between McCollough and Hernandez and Alex & Lee—technically, now, Greg and Lee; original partner Alex Mate […]
Any words of advice to aspiring photogs? Just keep at it! Don’t give up when it gets hard. Keep shooting all the time on all different mediums…film, iPhone, digital. Always ask questions when you meet professional photographers. They are the ones you are going to learn the most from. via http://www.styleinc.com.au