Marisa Berenson has spent a good portion of her time on this planet being photographed and admired. Continue reading “Marisa Berenson: beauty becomes her” »
In the art world, people don’t entirely know what they are talking about. They ask a lot of questions. It’s not that people don’t know what they already know, but rather that they want to know something more in order to do the next best thing—and sometimes, somehow, they get it right.
Few people in Fashion have had the impact and the resolve of the legendary Diana Vreeland. The Paris-born fashion doyenne began her career editing Harper’s Bazaar in 1936. “The first thing to do is to arrange to be born in Paris,” she once said. “After that, everything follows quite naturally. Continue reading “Ugly Little Monster” »
After another huge pay day as swashbuckle Jack Sparrow earlier this year, Johnny Depp is revisiting the world of Hunter S. Thompson in the upcoming movie ‘The Rum Diary’..it seems that Johnny is making a career out of being a serial actor… Continue reading “The Rum Diary: a promise kept” »
In today’s World, looking good is no longer something we can dismiss as frivolous or vain. It is something that can affect your job, your career, your life. Continue reading “The politics of beauty” »
Ditching his board for a 16mm film camera and a pair of swim fins, influential pro surfer Keith Malloy took up the directorial reins with Come Hell or High Water, a unique and poetic film celebrating the purity and exhilaration of body-surfing and its devoted crew of charismatic ‘torpedo people’. Continue reading “Torpedo People” »
The worst nightmare for a fashion designer is loosing the right to his or her name, that and a steady paycheck.
The collection of 1 act plays titled “Relatively Speaking” a.k.a Relatively Annoying…by Show Biz legends and very funny Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May opened yesterday at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in NYC. Continue reading “Relatively Annoying: Allen, Coen and May” »
Franca Sozzani, the techno-savvy editor in chief of Italian Vogue, has launched an online fashion encyclopedia, inviting readers to contribute articles on fashion, cinema, style icons, photographers and more. Continue reading “Vogue blog bank” »
The market keeps treading water mirroring the uncertainty of the moment and all over the Globe people are rising up and demanding economic justice and more equality. Protests inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement are spreading around Cities in every Continent as wild bush fires, Multinational are becoming the new Antichrist; in the midst of all, one cannot help but think about the future of the luxury goods and fashion industries: how will they weather the storm? Continue reading “Fashion & Revolution” »
Is the market buoyant? Stay tune for further developments…but I would wait and see what happens before I make any long terms financial commitments. Continue reading “The state of affairs” »
They all say you are not the one for me. You are too old, too spoiled, too proven, too mean.