August 30 2014

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2 posts tagged "Yoko Ono"

Prada Candy L’Eau: The Movie; The GIF That Keeps On Giving; And More…


To celebrate the release of Prada Candy L’Eau, the Italian house has teamed up with Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola on Je m’appelle Candy, a new video starring the fragrance’s face, Léa Seydoux, set to premiere next week. Until then, this teaser will have to hold us over. [YouTube]

The U.K.’s Fast Diet is the new craze sweeping the world of weight loss. The idea is to limit your food intake to five hundred calories, twice a week, and then eat whatever you want on the remaining five days—which seems reasonable-ish, although we can’t get past the idea of that two-day fast. [People]

If you watch Girls, then you already know that one of the season-two finale’s big plotlines is Hannah’s angst-ridden self-inflicted bowl cut. If you missed it, here’s a GIF from the scene that you can watch over and over. [The Cut]

The next phase in the Yoko Ono x Opening Ceremony collaboration appears to be an animated video called Makeup Tips for Men. It doesn’t include any real makeup tips, it turns out, but boy is it trippy! [Complex]

Connecting The Dots At Threeasfour


The much discussed Yoko Ono-Threeasfour collab that finally debuted last night at Milk Studios extended beyond the covetable printed pieces that were inspired by Ono’s dot drawings. That pointillistic body art that graced models’ faces? Also all Ono. Referencing pieces of paper printed with a number of different Ono originals, makeup artist Andrea Helgadottir and her team meticulously re-created the designs around models’ eyes using MAC Penultimate Eye Liner, which resembles a very fine-pointed felt-tip marker. It was actually one of the more gratifying backstage encounters I had all week, in which MAC’s Make-Up Art Cosmetics acronym seemed particularly relevant. It also gave me a great, minimal Halloween costume idea in which I could create a geometric design around my eyes using said liner as well as a few MAC Pigments mixed with grease and go as a Mondrian. Yes, it’s a cop-out, but sometimes the pressure to come up with that perfect, high-concept outfit can be too much, don’t you agree?

Photo: Marcio Madeira