February 18, 2011

Kate Moss in 3D

Created by AnOther Magazine with artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh, KM3D-1 stars Kate Moss. The work continues Moss and Walsh's journey into experimental, multi-dimensional image-making, first seen in their legendary holographic film for Alexander McQueen's autumn/winter 2006 show.

In this movie, she plays Kali, the powerful Hindu goddess. “She’s magical,” Walsh says. “The reason that Kate has gone on and on is not just because of her beauty, but because of what’s inside.”







Kate wears sequin embroidered jacket from Mairead Lewin Vintage with gold bikini bottoms from Rellik and all jewellery from Pebble and Erickson Beamon.

pictures from AnOtherMag

February 14, 2011

You got the touch so gentle and sweet

Happy Valentines

Geek love at its finest. Show that special someone how much you care about them. A2 card with matching Red Hot envelope. Comes packaged in a clear resealable sleeve.

From Pop + Shorty

February 12, 2011

Ombre [Ohm-bre]

"Ombre hair" is one of the big hair trends 2011. Its basically just a graduation of color, from light to dark, or dark to light - looking like your hair has grown out and you have done nothing to it. Some fans of this look is Lily Aldridge, Drew Barrymore, Erin Wasson, Nicole Richie, Rachel Bilson and the pioneer Alexa Chung.

Wanna try? Follow these simple guidelines:
  • Keep in mind that ombré works best with medium to long hair.
  • Starting with the darkest desired shade at the top, you need to go three shades lighter to get to the end.
  • Avoid going blonde if you have olive to dark skin, as your ends might look white.
  • Even if the hairstylist suggests some colors, make sure that the final look isn't very edgy. Here is a suggested palette if you're a brunette: Start with a dark chocolate and end with a light walnut brown.
  • Even if it's a playful look you're after, try not to go too far with the dyeing. Make it easy, fun and natural.
  • Protect your hair with serums and conditioners because it can dry out from the lightening process.

The Holstee Manifesto

This is your life. Do what you love, and do it often. 
If you don’t like something, change it. If you don’t like your job, quit. If you don't have enough time, stop watching TV. If you are looking for the love of your life, stop; they will be waiting for you when you start doing things you love. Stop over-analyzing; life is simple. All emotions are beautiful. When you eat, appreciate every last bite. Travel often; getting lost will help you find yourself. Some opportunities only come once: seize them. Open your mind, arms, and heart to new things and people. We are united in our differences. Ask the next person you see what their passion is, and share your inspiring passion with them. Life is about the people you meet, and the things you create with them, so go out and start creating. Life is short. Live your dream, and wear your passion.

February 11, 2011

Lara Bingle for Oyster #91




Issue 91 of Oyster is out right this very second! But you’ll have to make a decision first, because Lara Bingle is featured on two different covers. Photographers Stephen Ward and Georges Antoni have offered their different interpretations of the somewhat controversial ‘It girl’ with whom Australia entertains a love/hate relationship.

styled by Imogene Barron

source fashiongonerouge

February 10, 2011

Seaweed

Mercer Street, NYC - Pixel Pour 2.0




Pixel Pour 2.0 is what people are calling this recent urban installation on Mercer Street In SoHo in New York City. Believed to be the work of artist Kelly Goeller, this splashing sculpture is the second such piece of its kind. In 2008, Goeller installed the original Pixel Pour, seemingly spilling digital water from an existing city pipe. 

image source benjamin norman
 
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