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"It’s a Victorian gothic classic, as pretty as it is eerie," says @erdemlondon about one of his influences, "Picnic at Hanging Rock." "The starched white Victorian girls slowly becoming undone . . . I love the dark underbelly of this film. It’s like a beautiful and peculiar dream." Erdem will be joining us for our Forces of Fashion conference on October 12 in New York. Tap the link in our bio for more on how to register. Photo courtesy of The Australian Film Commission.
As the Spring 2018 runways in New York and London rage on with post-ironic clothing that’s incomplete without a slogan, a photo print, or a bit of sheer provocation, a documentary about Manolo Blahnik is debuting in theaters around the world. Tap the link in our bio for our conversation with him about the film and his career. Photographed by Jonathan Becker, Vogue, November 2003.
Joan Didion has been famous (not just writer-famous but famous-famous) since the late sixties, yet celebrity has never diminished her literary credibility or influence. At 82, she is as inﬂuential—and idolized and obsessed over—as ever. Tap the link in our bio to get an inside look at the intimate new documentary by her nephew Grifﬁn Dunne. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, Vogue, October 2017.
“I have to get good at myself, which is a challenge. I’m the meanest critic there is,” says October cover star Rooney Mara. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how the actress has spent the last two years trying to make the films, and live the life, she personally cares about most. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, October 2017.
“I’m not hung up on anybody’s idea of how I should be,” Patti Smith once said during a live interview in Stockholm in 1976. “I’m outside of society. I’m an artist, and rock ’n’ roll is my art.” And her headbanging hair followed suit. Tap the link in our bio for 7 reasons why Smith is a hair icon.
#NYFW came to a close today with @MarcJacobs’s Spring 2018 collection, titled Somewhere. Imaginary beaches, tropical sunsets, and city girls inspired Jacobs to dig into his archive and take some of his signature silhouettes and patterns in to new, exaggerated proportions. Tap the link in our bio to see the full collection.
"[Cass Bird] has a direct and collaborative relationship with her subjects, so their joy is her joy, and both are reflected in the capture. For all the nudity and naughty gestures, there is never a sexual moment. Nudity and intimacy are uncoupled from sexualization in her work, which is both an intuitive and a deliberate choice. There is very little distance between Cass Bird and her subjects–hence the title, In Bed–but that closeness is about boundless sensuality not latent eroticism. It is a deft, delicate line to draw, and one which has come to define her as one of the most important photographers of her generation," writes Vogue's Sally Singer about @cassblackbird's new exhibition at @redhooklabs, which opens today.
Makeup artist @kevynaucoin's handheld camcorder is an accessory that became as familiar to his A-list clientele as his signature sculpting brush. Nearly 20 years later, Aucoin’s personal footage, documenting many intimate—and sometimes dramatic—moments between him and his iconic collaborators and friends, such as @cindycrawford (above), will become public for the first time in the documentary Kevyn Aucoin Beauty & the Beast in Me, which debuts today. More details in the link in our bio.