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September 3 2014

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45 posts tagged "YSL"

Abramovic The Opera Hits The Stage, Hedi Slimane’s Marilyn Manson Photo Project, And More…

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The Life and Death of Marina Abramović, a new opera by Abramović and Robert Wilson, opened in Madrid this week. Also involved in the “autobiography-cum-eulogy” are Willem Dafoe, who’s the narrator, and Antony Hegarty, who co-wrote the score. [WSJ]

Jimmy Choo has a capsule collection in the works with contemporary artist Rob Pruitt. The footwear label’s creative directors, Sandra Choi and Simon Holloway, explain, “We were captivated by Pruitt’s energy, his computer screen use of colour and the festive exuberance of his prints and materials; there were elements in his work that reminded us in subtle ways of the Jimmy Choo design iconography.” [Vogue U.K.]

Hedi Slimane is the new YSL designer, but he has not put aside his photography projects just yet. Marilyn Manson is his latest subject, and Hintmag.com has a look at Slimane’s new photo series of Manson. [Hint]

Jean Paul Gaultier is confirmed to be designing Madonna’s costumes for her upcoming world tour. The two originally worked together on costumes for her iconic 1990 Blond Ambition tour. [Grazia Daily]

Photo: Hedi Slimane

Fall 2012 Scrapbook

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It was a season full of major moments both on and off the runway, from Stefano Pilati’s standup last collection for YSL and Raf Simons’ touching final bow at Jil Sander to Alber Elbaz’s tenth anniversary Lanvin party and the slew of late-night bashes at the finally opened New York Le Baron. Style.com’s editors recounted all of their favorite memories for the Fall 2012 Scrapbook. Check out their picks, here.

Photo: Joe Schildhorn / BFAnyc.com

The Aesthete Debuts A “Modern” Valentine

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If Valentine’s Day sounds to you like an occasion for a good old-fashioned barn-raising, you’re in luck. The newly launched fashion and culture site The Aesthete is celebrating the holiday without the usual hearts and chocolates. Its new video, “Modern,” directed by and starring Jon Beasley and Isabelle Albuquerque of Osk Studio, looks at love through a primly puritan lens. Beasley and Albuquerque play an early-American couple who journey magically from their rural home to modern New York City, dressed simply and severely in ascetic garb—if clothes by YSL, Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Ralph Lauren, styled by Natasha Royt, can be called ascetic. The full film, with cinematography by Sundance award winner Bradford Young and an original score by Hecuba, premieres today on TheAesthete.com; an exclusive preview is below. Call it kismet, but settler style feels especially timely after Marc Jacobs debuted pilgrim buckle shoes on his runway last night. Is what’s old set to be new again? Hang on to your bonnets.

Photo: Courtesy of TheAesthete.com

Sea, Sex, And Sun—And YSL

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The Resort season found YSL‘s Stefano Pilati in a nautical mood. So when the label commissioned Maciek Kobielski to shoot an atmospheric video for the collection, the coast is just where he went. Kobielski shot Eniko Mihalik in Cannes for the sultry new spot, debuting exclusively on Style.com.

Miller Sisters Leave Twenty8Twelve, Victoria’s Secret Launches Luxe Lingerie, Yasmin Le Bon’s 100-Pound Dress, And More…

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Sienna and Savannah Miller, who served as co-creative directors of Twenty8Twelve, are leaving the London-based label to work on their own projects. The label will show its Fall ’12 collection at London fashion week in February as planned. [Vogue U.K.]

Victoria’s Secret launched its first high-end lingerie line yesterday on victoriassecret.com > . The Victoria’s Secret Designer Collection, which has “nearly sold out” already, has been kept under wraps, although several of the pieces were on the runway in the brand’s November fashion show. [WWD]

Yasmin Le Bon walked the runway for Stephane Rolland’s Couture show yesterday wearing a dress that weighed over 100 pounds. The train was so heavy she needed two assistants to help her make it down the runway. [Huff Po]

Christian Louboutin and YSL took their legal battle back to the courtroom yesterday. Diane von Furstenberg was in attendance to support her close friend Mr. Louboutin. “Now that the hearing is over, the judges will decide whether Marrero’s verdict stands, or if it will be reversed,” WWD reports. [WWD]

Photo: Huff Po