I posted the preview to the campaign a couple of months back featuring Kaká, now the video for the full collection has dropped. Alongside the Brazilian footballer features Slovakian tennis player Daniela Hantuchová, who is mighty fine if I must say so. The pair do well to highlight the collection’s balance between streetwear and tailored fashion, it’s a very versatile collection designed for those that are active and still style conscious. The new website has launched, it’s simple and clean. Go browse the whole range on there – click here.
Dirk Wiedlein, German Photographer has been working on his most recent project “Churches”. In this portfolio he has been snapping photos in different churches, each photo illustrating the uniqueness of different places of worship. I love the photos he has taken so far the colours are vivid giving the photographs a surreal tone. Check out his website for more of his other work.
He’s the brains behind Kanye West‘s moving painting video for ‘Power’. Marco Brambilla is an Italian-born Canadian artist and film maker most renowned for his video installation in the elevator of New York’s Standard Hotel. If you think Power is dope then the Civilization installation will blow you away. Anyway this project above, is a study of model Natasha Poly. It’s a look into the obsessive behaviour of the public eye and it’s effects on those who are chased and caught in it’s trap. It’s so freaky, ‘ghostly’ and clever at the same time, peep it after the cut.
Why does anything like this ever happen in London? I’d love to have a view like this during my lunch break. Levi got together 30 models, made them appear in windows of a high-rise building in Tokyo and what are they all doing? shaking their booties for the people that walk by, epic. Their ass shaking actually translates into the writing of letters, it’s more evident on the website. I didn’t see it at first but after a few minutes of staring at them, I clocked on. I hope this campaign is effective and more females wear jeans like them. Video after the cut.
Timberland’s Abington Boots are back with a new line for next year. Abington Boots are the only line from Timberland that I think is worth looking at. The new line features a rugged and dependable look, the Abington Boots are hand crafted from various premium materials including fine leathers and smooth suede. I really like the photography for this collection, the landscapes look so natural, it was shot by Timothy McGurr. Check out photos from the collection.. its out in January.
I’ve never really had a pair of Jordans in my life. I know it’s a shocker for fellow sneaker fanatics, I have my reasons. I’m more of a Nike person but for the first time I might actually buy a pair. The Jordan Brand has unveiled their new 2010 Holiday Lookbook featuring the one and only Wale. More after the cut.
White Hall. During the day this place is jam-packed with tourists wanting to take photographs with the Queen’s Guards on their horses. Even though the place stinks of horse manure, people still want photographs. Meh, I’ve never liked those guards. Mainly because my mum used to take the piss out of my big head, ‘you look like one of those guards but they’re wearing a hat’. Big head, big brain!
Sorry, this photo has no relation to the episode whatsoever. Emmaneuelle Chriqui is close to perfection, I wish she gets given a bigger storyline on the show. I think she’s only been seen for about 10 minutes this season which totally sucks. Anyway, the downward spiral continues in this episode for both Ari, Vince and Turtle. Surprisingly things are looking up for Drama. I feel this season will end on a bad note as the last few have had happy endings. Episode after the cut.
I spoke about this place in one of my LDN.365 posts a few days ago but that time I featured the entrance, now you can see the actual tunnel. Now you see what I mean about a little scary and confusing! look at the 2 paths at the end of the tunnel, definitely perfect for a scene from a horror film. Actually good be a dope place for a future shoot *scratches head*
It has been a fortnight so it’s time for me to update ya’ll with my favourite R&B and Hip-Hop songs that I have added to my iTunes library in the past 2 weeks. Starting off with my most played song in the past few weeks, Cee-Lo‘s ‘Fuck You’. His managed to use such a disrespectful song and managed to make it sound damn good. The song is 60s/70s esque, it has that timeless feel to it. Much much more on the flipside.