Come spring and summer i get crazy for fresh faced make-up with the slight Neon applications. HAKAAN Spring 2011 RTWdid one of my all time favorite make-ups; fresh, with an alternative vibe, spun with bleached and white-powered eyebrows, and the piercing’s ENDGAMED it for me. Totally. To pair the clean, fresh face with the pierce, so slick. I still love it, 2 years after it sashayed down the runway! Check out the whole collection at the link above, it’s pretty awesome, head to toe.
I love Denim Issue NET-A-PORTER Mag did with JESSICA ALBA; a vintage-y shots + native vibe to the whole setting and styling, with that body and face, just fantastic. And how awesome are ripped J BRAND‘s on 3rd pic?! Not that’s a good rip!
Last year i was so into neon glossy eye shadow; i’d do the whole eye, sometimes with the regular lipstick i’d smear all over, not even so precisely, so it gives the eye that wet undone summer-y look, but this year i’m soooo into the nude shadow, a straight, harsh NEON line you do before circling the whole eye with a black crayon; how cool does it look?! It’s the make-up i did for our MOODYTWIN BONDAGE ACCESSORIES Collection (3rd pic), and something that’s picking up this spring! The way to do it is to buy the neon matt shadow of your choice, use a sponge brush you’ll twist sideways, and draw with that part of the brush, alongside the eye line. Happy neon-ing, sinners!
I’m loving Karl Lagerfeld‘s latest project; a photo exhibit in Saint Moritz, Switzerland featuring images of his muses etched onto glass panels. The exhibit named FIRE ETCHINGS showcases images of Aymeline Valade, Freja Beha Ericsen, and more, etched onto giant pieces of glass via acid and fire! The triptych of glass panels costs a mindblowing $401,600, yes, but you have to admire his drive to always be the inovator and always onto something that no one’s done before. In the world of fashion where everything is recycled, copied, repackaged to look new and fresh but it actually aren’t, I dig Karl and his risk-taking trailblazing. And he explains it best himself: “It was never done that way for screen-printed photographs on glass and burned in. The effect is great for portraits, and I will do more and more of it…Nothing is more exciting than something new — a new material, a new spirit, a new technique, a new point of view, a new expression, a new feeling. That’s right for fashion and for photography.”
O how i adore this kid! A Deaf actor, comedian & performer, who translates emotions on screen without letting a drop of sound out, better than half of hearing & talking actors/people out there! Dubbed a Deaf James Dean; a drummer, an amazing dancer; all without even hearing the music, all based on vibrations, this kid just puts the incredible in human possibilities and enthusiasm! All while looking like THAT. Huge huge fan. And if you want to see the most beautiful thing you saw in the while, check the video bellow. SEAN BERDY, ladies & gents. Remember that name.