Posts Tagged ‘ Fall ’

Eminem Is Back… Again (AGAIN).


It seems as if Em has taken the Beyonce route, and randomly released a brand new album titled “Kamikaze” out of the wild blue yonder.  The surprise album is getting a cascading effect of social media reviews a bit late, because no one really knew he was going to put it out.  That being said, there are some surprising tracks on the album including one from the ‘Venom’ movie sound track, but this is definitely one to check out.  Leave any comments you may have about this new release below.  And if you’d like to download it, just click here.

True Male Friendship from Guinness


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Irish brand Guinness has shown that male friendship – it’s not just to drink beer together. True friendship is tested by time, tests and actions. As a part of multi-year campaign “Made of more” Guinness created 60 seconds video where using only 20 words they were able to show the true nature of human relationships. This video has it all: competition, failure, fall, and pain, as well as dedication, loyalty, strength of the human spirit and the friendship of these men. And as a finishing touch – composition Cinematic Orchestra “To Build a Home” sounding on a background.

 

 

2013 World of Red Bull Commercial


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Red Bull has a rich history of giving wings to creative and talented individuals in sports and culture, by enabling them to challenge limits and do what was once deemed impossible. Explore the inspiration behind some of our athletes as they continually push boundaries and enter uncharted territories.

Mulberry Fall Winter 2012 Ad Campaign.


Lindsey Wixson returns for her third season as the face of Mulberry with the label’s fall 2012 campaign, lensed by Tim Walker.  The campaign was shot in Surrey’s Blackheath Forest, and plays on the ‘dark fairytales’ theme that Emma Hill introduced back in February.  The images feature a Mulberry-clad Lindsey Wixson surrounded by a host of larger-than-life monsters and beasts.

Emporio Armani Fall Winter 2012-13 Ad Campaign.


Photographed in color by Alasdair McLellan, the Emporio Armani’s Fall 2012 ad campaign is set in a nocturnal, futuristic Tokyo.  An urban setting marked by bright billboards and powerful graphic symbols acting as the backdrop for shots depicting Anna De Riik, Tao Okamoto, Paolo Anchisi and Alfred Kovac.

Versace Fall Winter 2012 Campaign.


Here is the much anticipated Versace’s Fall Winter 2012 ad campaign shot by photographic duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and stars models Philipp Schmidt, Dmitriy Tanner, Elza Luijendijk and Kaccey Carrig.
“I’m really thrilled with our new campaign. The result is bold, strong, iconic and perfectly conveys the sexy rock vibe of our F/W collection,” Donatella Versace said.

B.ez.


B.ez the brand is an ambiguous experimentation found at the intersection of three different, but like-minded individuals. It encompasses an attempt to use the creative mind as the vessel for freedom of expression on the quest to chase one’s dreams and ambitions.  B.ez is not your father’s t-shirt brand nor is it shaking up the clothing industry. B.ez is not claiming to be a revolutionary brand that will change your life nor is it some unexplainable movement. B.ez is simply making moves. It’s not for everyone; find out if it’s for you.

The b. is the ‘action’. It means stop talking about doing the things you want to do and just do them. Be true to yourself and just b. you.  The ez is the ‘how’. The mood at which to handle your goals.  It’s important to always be humble in your quest for success, as this will keep you in the right circles in the future.  The octopus is the symbol of our brand; it represents creativity, wisdom, and a sense of mystery. We feel it suits our endeavors favorably and we are enjoying manipulating its appearance for the sake of intrigue.

Getting Your ‘Daily Dose’.


The images above and below come from a marvelous fashion blog titled “Daily Dose”, but let me take a second to explain myself before I get a new gang of emails.  It’s a well known fact that I’m not a fashion expert, (last week I met with the former president of CBS, Sir Howard Stringer, and was wearing sweat pants and a ‘where the white girls are‘ T-shirt.)  However, this doesn’t impede my ability to spot an incredible fashion source when I see one.  Francesca Grosso, the site’s primary writer has an incredible eye for style, and 100% of her posts are equally eye catching to fashionistas or guys like me who run around business meetings in sweat pants.  Click any of the pictures to see more from ‘Daily Dose’.

Kate Moss Is The New Mango Spring 2012 Campaign Model.


Kate Moss has been revealed as the face of Mango’s Spring 2012 campaign, appearing in print and television campaigns captured by Terry Richardson.  While the Barcelona-based retailer had opted for actresses including Scarlett Johansson and Penélope Cruz to front collections in recent years, Moss’s appointment marks a move further into the realm of high fashion for the brand.  Kate Moss attended a photocall January 24 at Mango’s London flagship store in Oxford Street ahead of the collection launch.

A television commercial starring Moss called ‘Spy Game’ will also go live across 40 countries including the UK, France and Germany early March.  The fashionista’s previous high street collaborations include modeling and designing her own fashion lines for British retailer Topshop.  “Kate Moss was chosen as the image of Mango because she is a world-famous fashion icon, making her one of the most sought-after models in the fashion world.”

 

Louis Vuitton for Babies?


Louis Vuitton and Yana Peel hosted an “Art for Baby” opening reception on 18th January 2011 at Espace Louis Vuitton Hong Kong.  The “Art for Baby” exhibition brought together in celebration of the Asia launch of the highly-acclaimed book by the same name.  It showcases the 20th century’s most prolific painters from America, Europe and Asia, with works by Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Julian Ope and Takashi Murakami.  Chosen from among works by Kasmir Malevich, Paul Morrison, Bridget Riley and David Shrigley, each of whom is also featured in the Art for Baby book.  The book Art for Baby was conceived by Yana Peel on the basis of scientific evidence that when babies are first born, they can see colour but have not yet developed the ability to distinguish similar tones.  As a result, bold graphics along with monochromatic black and white contrasts provide them with the tools to nurture their visual skills, while at the same time introduce them to the world of art.  The Art for Baby exhibition opens on 19 January and continues until April 2011, with all book sales going to Outset Contemporary Art Fund.