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Friday
Oct312014

'Paris Views' By Gail Albert Halaban Explores Isolation In The City of Lights

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Gail Albert Halaban Shoots ‘Paris Views’ For Her ‘Out My Window’ Voyeuristic Images AOC Sensual Art & Fashion

New York photographer Gail Albert Halaban began her body of work ‘Out My Window’ in 2007 — inspired as Halaban explains in video by her own noctural poses in the window, holding her awake baby. Through this experience, the artist became aware — not only of the sensual aspect of voyeurism — but the search for human connection in a digital world.

Her exquisitely framed images infuse the architecture first of New York and then Paris in 2012 and 2013, after Le Monde’s M magazine photo editor Cathy Remy became acquainted with Halaban’s work.

 

Friday
Oct242014

' Always in Fashion: Icons' By Carine Roitfeld & Sebastian Faena For Harper's Bazaar

Carine Roitfeld and Sebastian Faena teamed up in the September 2014 issue of Bazaar US for ‘Always in Fashion: Icons’. Their lineup of women of substance includes most of the original supers: Lady Gaga, Brooke Shields, Carolyn Murphy, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Eva Herzigova, Iman Abdulmajid, Isabeli Fontana, Joan Smalls, Laetitia Casta, Lauren Hutton, Linda Evangelista and Stephanie Seymour. Akki Shirakawa served as hair stylist with makeup by Sir John and Tom Pecheux. Piergiorgio Del Moro worked as casting director.Lady Gaga by Sebastian Faena

 

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Wednesday
Oct222014

'The New Wave' By Josh Olins For Teen Vogue October 2014

Photographer Josh Olins captures ‘The New Wave’ a look at talented Millenials styled by Elin Svahn for Teen Vogue’s October issue. Millenials profiled include Keke Palmer, Kaitlyn Dever, Jake T. Austin, Quvenzhane Wallis, Maisie Williams, Cameron Monaghan, Timothee Chalamet, Jaden Smith, Nicola Peltz, Ki Hong Lee, Bella Thorne, and Keegan Allen. Set design by Kadu Lennox.

In the grand scheme of things, life is complex for the majority of Millenials. Read Millenials In America And Globally Are Adopting Nomadic Lifestyles.

The necessity of redefining a quality life has been thrust down the throats of the Millenials. The American dream is fast becoming a thing of the past for so many. The very vision of ‘success’ is moving from fancy cars and designer brands to life fulfillment in a grand, global experience.

Strauss and Howe, leading scholarly researchers on generational theory, believe that the Millenials will be regarded as a Hero generation. armed with the tools to correct the major mistakes of the last 20-40 years with a different set of values and priorities. Stay tuned, because of the statistics on this info card are correct, America — in particular — is positioned for a very interesting ride into the future. ~ Anne

 

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