Monthly Archives: August 2014

Featured | Vogue Italia August ’14

 

I am very excited to announce that I was featured on Vogue Italia, August printed issue. Whoop!

 

Together with Ced Pakusevskij, creative director of Fullscream, the design studio where I art direct the fashion projects, we have been mentioned in the piece written by Fiamma Sanò, and got featured with the header image “Intrinsic”.

 

The article talks about fashion films seen as the future of fashion communication and anticipates the first Milan’s Fashion Film Festival that will take place in the city in September.


 
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Foot Fetishism | the Alternative Anthropological Bible

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Nowness anticipates the new Sang Bleu, issue 7, I can’t wait to have on my shelve.
 
Head over to Nowness site now and read the awesome interview with Maxime Büchi, tattoist (I am proud to have two of his pieces on my ribs and chest) creative director of the tattoo-themed editorial project “Sang Bleu” and art director for Mugler, Alexander McQueen and Rick Owens, about fetishism and erotic publishing.

 


 
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Sharna Osbourne made the film which was directed by Reba Maybury with creative direction from Maxime Buchi and Eloise Parry feet portraits.

Styling Rema Maybury for Sang Bleu.

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OFF THE WALL: ROCKAWAY!

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In love with this “The Resilience of the Dreamer” by Patti Smith for MoMA PS1 at Fort Tilden Rockaway Beach, New York.

 
She offered up several stunning works, including a large-scale installation, photography exhibition, and this site-specific outdoor installation ‘The Resilience of the Dreamer’. Having witnessed personal belongings of Rockaway residents being destroyed and washed away during Sandy, Smith installed a gilded four-post bed with pure white linens in a long-abandoned building that lacks windows and parts of its roof. The bed will wear down physically, yet remain in place, a symbol of courage and resilience.

 

I wish I was in NY now to go and see it in person…

Check who else is contributing to the exhibition here

 

 
Photography and video by Jennifer Orlowski 

Original music by Salisbury Cathedral Choir from The Forty Piece Motet by Janet Cardiff

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