Saturday, November 2, 2013

Julie Newmar

New Stuff: The New Yorker

(art: Ivan Brunetti)

Birgit Kos

New Stuff: The Wire

Meanwhile my subscription is arriving later and later...

Kiko Mizuhara

ph: Matt Irwin

Gravity (2013)

A medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in space.
Although the story is just a succession of catastrophic events, the movie is meticulously executed with a great cast and the suspense is relentless - an instant science fiction classic.

Who's That Girl?

Art: Marc Burckhardt

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Alice Dellal

ph: Natalia Alaverdian


Cefalu, Sicily

Friday, November 1, 2013

Kate King

R.I.P. Lou Reed

(ph: Stephen Shore)

Even without being a fervent fan there was no way not having felt Lou Reed's presence, and I mean from the 60s to this day. You can't overestimate The Velvet Underground's consisting influence, Walk on the Wild Side is on constant run on our Geman radio, Metal Machine Music still manages to puzzle its listeners, and there have been so many projects that have been slated by the press and fans. But Lou Reed never cared, he just went on doing his thing. And that's what being an artist is all about.


Anabela Belikova

ph: Rafael Stahelin

Window faces

Regensburg, October 2013

Andie Arthur

A day in the life, Oct 30

A day in the life, Oct 30, the mask on the wall

Natalia Vodianova

From my vaults: Eddie Cochran


Isabel Scholten

ph: Thomas Cooksey

New York

Oldest known photograph of New York City, showing the Upper West Side, 1848

Katrine Skovengaard

First Lines: Thornton Wilder - The Bridge of San Luis Rey

On Friday noon, July the twentieth, 1714, the finest bridge in all Peru broke and precipitated five travelers into the gulf below.

Nicole Scherzinger

R.I.P. Lindsay Cooper

Although I knew her as a member of Henry Cow and their side projects, I truly became a fan of her music, when I saw the movie The Gold Diggers in 1983. Her soundtrack is a mesmerizing work of fragile beauty. From then on I was collecting her music, but strangely sometime in the 90s she stopped releasing any new work. Now we know why.


Flo Dron

ph: Poncho Paradela


La Rocca, Cefalu, Sicily

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Sam Rollinson

ph: Boo George

Window faces

Regensburg, October 2013

Edie Campbell

ph: Steven Meisel

A day in the life, Oct 29

A day in the life, Oct 29, evening

Janice Alida

ph: Daniel Jackson

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)

As Harry races against time and evil to destroy the Horcruxes, he uncovers the existence of three most powerful objects in the wizarding world: the Deathly Hallows.

This part of the series has the usual great production standard, but it hardly can conceal its status as an intermediary between the dramatic death and the finale of the series never gaining any momentum and ending in midair.

Maltin **1/2: "When the three pals are together it's enjoyable, even though their occasional squabbles have a repetitive ring to them. The moments of wizardry are vivid and exciting, but the film has an episodic feel, even more so than usual. Many of the familiar Potter characters are MIA or reduced to bit parts. The final scene leaves us in midair, and the result seems like more of a placeholder than a full-fledged movie."

Who's That Girl?

Photographer: Michael Rougier


Camila Finn

ph: Du Borsatto


Lizard, Cefalu, Sicily

Luana Carvalho

A day in the life, Oct 28

A day in the life, Oct 28, in the garage

Kate Moss irrégulière

From my vaults: James Coburn


Phoebe Tonkin

ph: Zanita Morgan

New York

Times Square, 1964

Rosanna Arquette

First Lines: Sinclair Lewis - Arrowsmith

The driver of the wagon swaying through forest and swamp of the Ohio wilderness was a ragged girl of fourteen.

Maria Dvirnik


Porticello fair, Sicily