Saturday, January 18, 2014

Flavia Oliveira

ph: Daniel Mava

A day in the life, Jan 16

A day in the life, Jan 16, standing outside looking inside

Michelle Trachtenberg

ph: Danielle Levitt

From my vaults: Ronald Colman


Sylvia Kristel

New York

Broadway in 1850

Vlada Roslyakova

First Lines: William Maxwell - So Long, See You Tomorrow

The gravel pit was about a mile east of town, and the size of a small lake, and so deep that boys under sixteen were forbidden by their parents to swim there.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Sharon Tate

A day in the life, Jan 15

A day in the life, Jan 15, still life

Piper Perabo

New Stuff: The New Yorker

(art: Barry Blitt)

Katie Fogarty

ph: Kevin Sinclair

R.I.P. Amiri Baraka


Cara Delevingne

New Stuff: Nature

First edition of my new subscription.

Who's That Girl?

Photographer: Anders Petersen


Thursday, January 16, 2014

Rose McGowan

ph: Anthony Mandler

Window faces

Regensburg, January 2014

Jennifer Jones

A day in the life, Jan 14

A day in the life, Jan 14, standing outside looking inside

Natalia Vodianova

From my vaults: Wilkie Collins


Tereza Maxová

ph: Patrick Anderson

New York

Rila Fukushima

ph: Yoshiaki Sekine

First Lines: Frederick Buechner - Godric

Five friends I had, and two of them snakes.

Dalia Guenther

Window faces

Regensburg, January 2014

Samantha Basalari

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

A day in the life, Jan 13

A day in the life, Jan 13, Regensburg by night

Melodie Monrose

New Stuff: Savages

Universally acclaimed debut album.

Dorothea Barth Jörgensen

Frozen (2010)

Three skiers are stranded on a chairlift and forced to make life-or-death choices that prove more perilous than staying put and freezing to death.

And that sums it up pretty well: the makers took no attempt to explore anything beyond the plot's premise.

Ondria Hardin

ph: Richard Burbridge

New Stuff: Neil Young

Not really new, but I recently found that my copy of one my favourite Neil Young albums was defective!

Margaryta Senchylo

ph: Filippo Fortis

Contact (1997)

A scientist, after years of searching, finds conclusive radio proof of intelligent aliens, who send plans for a mysterious machine.

Mesmerizing sci-fi drama about the first contact that in the end delivers the goods, but gets a bit kitshy as well.

Halliwell*: "After a brilliant beginning, an awe-inspiring journey through space, the film soon settles for sentimentality and psychobabble, being less interested in the consequences of the possibilities of alien contact than in self-help and exploring one's inner being."

Maltin***: "Intensely involving story in which we're drawn into Foster's obsesion and share her odyssey into the unknown. Passionate and intelligent, this film manages to inspire a feeling of awe and wonder, which makes up for its overlength and false endings. Foster is simply sensational."

Who's That Girl?

Art: Gordon Matta-Clark


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Pixie Geldof

ph: Scott Trindle

Window faces

Regensburg, January 2014

Kate Moss irrégulière

A day in the life, Jan 12

A day in the life, Jan 12, rock & paper

Avery Tharp

ph: Anthony Deeying

From my vaults: Shad Collins


Penelope Tree

ph: Richard Avedon

New York