August 29 2014

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3 posts tagged "Robbie Spencer"

Roitfeld Speaks, Raf In Motion,
The Outlook On Androgyny, And More…


Carine Roitfeld gives her first long interview to WWD, where the outgoing Paris Vogue editrix reveals her most memorable moments (putting bearded transsexual Andre J. on the cover), her feelings about U.S. Vogue (“I think I would be too rock ‘n’ roll for American Vogue“), and what she knows about her successor (according to her, nothing). She also states: “I don’t do any consulting work or advertising.” [WWD]

The latest in fashion film: 15 years of Raf Simons’ menswear, shot by Pierre Debusschere and styled by Robbie Spencer for Dazed & Confused. [Dazed Digital]

The gender-bending trend continues this spring: Androgynous Australian/Serbian male model Andrej Pejic (left) will front Marc by Marc Jacobs (alongside Ginta Lapina) and Jean Paul Gaultier (alongside Karolina Kurkova). [WWD]

And some sad news on the male model front, too: RIP Charles Devoe, who appeared in V, Numéro Homme, and ads for Hickey Freeman and Stefanel. [V]

Photo: Marcio Madeira/

Dazed Channels Ponyboy, LOVE Loves Lauren, Apple Goes Gaga, And More…


Dazed & Confused editor Robbie Spencer styled teens gone bad for the mag’s new short film, The Outsiders. Parental warning: This video glorifies smoking, drinking, shirtlessness, face paint, and candy bars. [Dazed Digital]

LOVE‘s six “Gorgeous” issue covers have hit the Web. “The Bombshell” (Gisele), “The Angel” (Alessandra Ambrosio), and “The Rebel” (Aggy Deyn) are all nice, but our hands-down favorite is “The Heroine”—the one and only Lauren Hutton (pictured). [Vogue U.K.]

What does legendary Vogue Italia editor Anna Piaggi do at the office? After clicking through this slideshow, we’re still not totally sure, but we’re glad we did it anyway. [Vogue Italia]

Lady Gaga visited Apple’s Cupertino, California, HQ yesterday, fueling rumors that she’ll may star in new ads for the tech giant. Here’s hoping that if it’s true, she keeps the Patsy Stone/Ab Fab bouffant she was sporting on her visit. [Hint Mag]

Photo: Courtesy of LOVE

Music From The XX, Clothes For The XYs, And More…


Fashion favorites the XX (pictured) hit the cover of April’s Dazed & Confused this month. In the accompanying video, styled by Dazed‘s Robbie Spencer, they turn slowly and blurrily to tunes from their debut album. In fairness, there’s really no other way to move to that music. [Dazed]

The Times declares Assembly to be one of the best-stocked men’s stores in New York. In hearty agreement: Robert Geller, who has curated his own mini “Key Shop” at the boutique, where his own clothes, Joseph Beuys art books, and copies of Me magazine are currently sharing the space. [NYT]

Yet another nude photo of Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is going on the auction block in London tomorrow. Ho hum. Wake us up when a clothed photo of the French first lady goes on sale. [Page Six]

And Alberta Ferretti is soon bringing her namesake and Philosophy lines online for e-commerce. Philosophically, we’re in favor. [Racked]

Photo: Rex USA