In memoriam of Aleksei Balabanov, a filmmaker known for his dark take on post-Soviet Russia, BAM presents ‘Of Freaks and Men: The Films of Aleksei Balabanov’. The series are a part of TransCultural Express: American and Russian Arts Today, a partnership with the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund to promote cultural exchange between American and Russian artists and audiences.
‘The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk’ exhibition moves to the Brooklyn Museum where it may finds its most appreciative audience yet, given the city’s legacy of celebrating all things vogue.
‘Neighborhood’ is an artistic project by Alberto Lapenna and Teresa Giannico inspired by the Fall/Winter 2013 collections of various designers and born from the desire to create a counterpoint between the glossy glamour and the roughness of paper.
In this massive fashion editorial, discover the diversity of Brazil’s fashion industry.
A legion of talent from photography by Alexandre Valerio to creative direction and casting by Audie Umali, and smart styling by Valerie Duardo produced one-of-a-kind editorial, featuring 32 of the top ethnic models in NYC.
Elsa Schiaparelli’s tribute by Monsieur Christian Lacroix was presented at Les Arts Décoratifs.
Curves and lines in juxtaposition by photographer Juan Achiaga. Summer and sex are featured in all their glory by stylist Mar Pulido.
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Души Шекспира и Александра Маккуина сейчас громко обсуждают работу Кирилла Серебренникова и мы тоже пали жертвой в поисках ответа на исторический вопрос ‘What Is Art?’ Если верить Серебренникову, ‘это сон, после которого явь не станет прежней.’
Выставка под названием Импрессионизм, Мода, и Современность в музее Метрополитен Нью-Йорка предоставляет возможность по-новому взглянуть на роль моды в произведениях Импрессионистов и их современников.
Fashion photographer Fernando Mazza and stylists Mauricio Mariano and Alessandro Lazaro have collaborated on a psychedelic urbi et orbi message to the world.
‘When Fashion Danced,’ an homage to designer Stephen Burrows and his colorful, exuberant fashions that perfectly captured the Studio 54 zeitgeist of 70s New York, now displayed at The Museum of the City of New York.
Nil Hoppenot and Lisa Jarvis collaborate to showcase some very current couturiers. Beauty and danger is richly showcased in these almost organic pieces, with model Olivia Thornton emanating a sense of dark decorum.
With the Pope’s resignation, modernity versus religion rhetoric is back in vogue. Keeping up with trends, Canadian photographer Anatoly Maf and Russian stylist Gosha Kartsev present their own modern vision of the Twelve Apostles.
Stylist Storm Pedersen has pushed the creative envelope and challenged the conventional in the latest fashion editorial for DEPESHA vol. 6.