The OITNB premier took place in NYC at the SVA theatre last night. I styled Laura for the event, which was a total blast. I like to call this the punk princess look. The dress is by Nha KHanh, heels from Cecelia New York, clutch by Kotur with a lot of diamonds from Stephen Webster, Forevermark, and Pasquale Bruni. Check out more details below. The rest of the press tour is coming up this weekend and next week so more to come! Continue reading →
Still everything. Die Antwoord’s new track, “Gucci Coochie,” featuring Dita Von Teese, The Black Goat & GOD was just released. New mix tape drops tomorrow. Listen and watch a sneak peek below. Continue reading →
The new photo shoot for Erin Fetherston’s blog is up today. We went to my favorite location in Rhinebeck NY, the Grasmere Estate, where I have done everything from photographing fashion shoots to directing music videos over the past ten years. I love this place. It is truly one of the most magical places in the world and I am lucky to have friends who let me spend time there, get creative and do what I love. Check out more from the shoot below and on Erin’s site. Thanks Jon and Mariana! xo Continue reading →
Friday night we went to one of our favorite spots in LA, PH64 at the Chateau Marmont for the first ever fundraiser hosted by The Girls Rock Camp Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps fund over 45 Girls Rock Camps across the US. Sponsored by Windows, Showtime, Universal, Medea Vodka and hosted by actress Rachel Bloom (*if you haven’t seen her insanely funny brilliant show, Crazy Ex-Girlfeiend, drop everything and log onto Hulu to start bingeing!) and goddess Beth Ditto, with a performance by HAIM. The room was packed with cool girls of all ages, including Hailee Steinfeld, Ethiopia Habtemariam and one of the most inspiring moments of the night was a performance of an original song from one of the young camp participants, which obviously made me sign up to volunteer for a camp session this summer. More pics from the night below. Continue reading →
How I feel about the art world thee days can be summed up by watching this episode of Broad City. That said there are a few artists I still get excited about. Alex Katz is one of them and he has a new show opening at Gavin Brown, 291 Grand Street, from 6PM-8PM in NYC next Thursday May 5th. The show is up through June 19th.
Missing Coachella this weekend for the first time in eight years so have to get my music fix in other ways. Luckily my inbox is constantly packed with great new sounds. Love this track, Wild from Meeka Kates, a single released five weeks ago. Lights has a new acoustic album, Midnight Machines, which came out last week that I’m into. I spent the last year listening to her album over and over again while on the road and the acoustic versions are beautiful. Sarah Cracknell of Saint Etienne, a band that belongs in every music festival, has a new album out in June and a few tour dates somewhere over the ocean. Another group in the same vein, who are playing Coachella this year and have a new album out, is St. Germain. I discovered both of them about fifteen years ago while on a trip to Paris for work. They both have a timeless sound, and their albums are on that list of artists which never get old (Miss Kittin, Everything But The Girl, New Order, Minor Threat, Operation Ivy and PJ Harvey are on the list too). Listen to one of my all time favorite tracks from Saint Etienne, “We’re In The City,” above and Miss Kittin below. I really am sad to miss Coachella this year, the line up is one of the best in years. Have fun, don’t do drugs in the sun, drink water and wear sunscreen! Continue reading →
New shoot and blog posts up on Erin Fetherston’s website this week, which I photographed last month at The Ranch in Laguna Beach with model Becca Lane, hair by Kelli Christine Frazser and make up by Laramie Glen. New images will go up every Monday from this shoot for the next four weeks and check out what we are doing on Erin’s Instagram. More pics from our shoot below. Continue reading →
Marilyn Minter‘s new show, “Pretty/Dirty,” is opening at the Orange County Museum of Art this weekend, April 2nd through July 10th. There will be a curator talk with her and the exhibition curators, Bill Arning and Elissa Auther, at 2PM Sunday April 3rd. A new book accompanies the exhibition with texts by a very cool list of names: Bill Arning, Elissa Auther, Nick Flynn, K8 Hardy, Richard Hell, Colby Keller, Eileen Myles, Jenni Sorkin, Neville Wakefield, and an interview with Linda Yablonsky.
The arrival of an early spring obviously means we can bring out our chiffon breezy floral dresses asap and wear pretty in pink trench coats fearlessly. Above, an Etro lace trimmed cotton and silk-blend dress, L’Autre color block suede shoulder bag, Gianvito Rossi Brooklyn suede boots and a Rochas self-tie duchess-satin coat.