Love Is Lost :: David Bowie :: James Murphy Remix.


This just dropped literally hours ago, and it’s great. It’s a James Murphy remix of Bowie’s Love is Lost. The video is a full ten minutes long, black & white, NSFW and directed by Barnaby Jones. Check it out below.

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David Bowie and Louis Vuitton invite you to travel

Nothing to comment, just absolutely excited!!


The musician became the hero of the second part of Louis Vuitton’s film , a journey through time.

In early autumn, fashion house Louis Vuitton announced that the new face of the ad campaign will be David Bowie. Then the representatives of the House said that the musician will appear in the second part of the Louis Vuitton’s movie called L’Invitation au Voyage.  In the first part of the main characters model Arizona Muse is landing in Venice’s Piazza San Marco on a hot air balloon.

The second part of the film is devoted to time travel , and the hero David Bowie performs a unique version of I’d Rather Be High, playing the harpsichord . The premiere of the short movie will be on 7th of November.

“The film is all about traveling through time, and sharing an incredible moment,” said Frederic Winckler, Vuitton’s communication and events director.


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“Lori Goldstein : Style Is Instinct ” by the visionary stylist Lori Goldstein

Inspirational Photographs.


Over 35 years in the fashion business stylist Lori Goldstein worked on hundreds of projects  working with top models, celebrities, best photographers and best magazines. Many of the iconic photographs by Mario Testino , Annie Leibovitz and Steven Meisel would not have made it without her participation . The last of these photographers,a good friend of the stylist, and the author made ​​the opening remarks to the album of the anthology of Goldstein’s «Style Is Instinct», which is being released tomorrow under the auspices of the publishing house HarperCollins.

The visionary stylist famous for “everything goes with anything.” says she loves to break rules and you can see this while admiring her work.”I always say try something you wouldn’t normally do. Clothing is such a creative outlet all of us are capable of playing with. Where people get stuck is when they’ve been told that they can’t wear something because of…

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Made In Leeds Street Fashion

Starting on my new course this year, Fashion concepts and communication at Leeds Art, we began to work with a brand called Made in Leeds. They visited us during the week with a presentation and offer to go out into Leeds, photograph and document as many people as we could of their unique fashion sense. It wasn’t easy at first, we all came along some quite rude people, but eventually got more fun meeting the interesting ones! Heres a few of my favourites!



The V.I.P Couple. We caught a snap of them off guard, laughing then all of a sudden they had this image. 

Girl on left wearing: Jacket, Asos Vintage market, Top from Topshop and also the leggings, scrunchy from American Apparel and shoes off Ebay.

Guy on the right wearing: Coat from Burberry, trousers from River Island, Boots from a vintage store in Camden, London and Sunglasses being Ray-bans finest.  



Grunge never gets old!

This lovely lady wearing here, everything from by the designer Comme Des Garcon. Love her image, make-up and hair also, keeps the punk in and the old knitwear out!!



Burberry Girl.

Everything this little treasure is wearing here is from none other than Burberry as she works for them and was just on her break that day. Although, except the shoes which are from Pop culture, vintage store and the necklace from Urban Outfitters.



Hipster Kid.

Wearing here: Top from Urban Outfitters, Vans hat, Jacket from a market in Manchester, jeans from Topman and trainers from Schuch. Very trendy kind of guy, and yes, the beard is real. 


Don’t be a drag, just be a Queen


Halloween 2013 is here!! Been so excited for weeks deciding the outfit/costume to wear or character to go as. Last year i decided on bringing Audrey Hepburn back from the grave. However, looking at one of my favorite fashion icons, Gaga, i thought of doing a tribute to her amazing music video Born This Way! Never mind those slutty, zombie, school girl, nurses out there, it’s all about the style and how good you rock it. Also, some friends went as sugar skulls, which i thought looked sweet and my adorable boyfriend joined in to be my skeleton lover! Wooo!


Vau Vau

Beginning of October this year, I modelled for Vauhaus in a fashion show just up in Hyde park, Leeds. There was a number of clothing brands which collaborated in the show such as Bo carter, Blue Rinse vintage, Mad Elizabeth, Emba and Loving Youth. Toria Brightside is the one to thank for making this show happen, wonderful at her work, fashion stylist, photographer, editor and all time organiser! Loved working with her and also there was a special guest, Alysha Nett who modelled a number of brands and rocked the stage!


Emba Creativewomenswear
Makeup by Georgie Wright
Hair by Renais Sance
Photo by Tom ONeill Photo
Modelled by Charlotte Tasker

Toria Brightside on the left strutting her stuff on the catwalk, and on the right modelling latex from Eustratia clothing brand.