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Just Shoot Me… an Interview with Todd Anthony Tyler

Canadian fashion photographer Todd Anthony Tyler lives the jet setting life. He’s been around the world photographing for magazines like Elle, Vogue, Bazaar… and even does men’s fashion, thank you very much. Not only that, he’s engaged with the internet community, heck, I found him in IQONS. So here it is, we got to catch him for a moment to …

jennineJust Shoot Me… an Interview with Todd Anthony Tyler
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Red Balloon… I’ll catch you one day

Way back, I posted about the film The Red Balloon, a film about balloon that follows a boy around the streets of Paris (I remembered it the other way around). The film was originally released in 1955, It has been re-printed and released this month. In fact, it was playing at a cinema just two blocks from my home. Unfortunately, …

jennineRed Balloon… I’ll catch you one day
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Will someone tell the people of Iceland that if they are going to be so cool, then stop living so far away!

There, I said it. And while I’m at it, the same goes for Australia too… Anyway, aside from being the home of Bjork, and other natural wonders, they also have some amazing designers. I really like Birna, dually based in Copenhagen and Reykjavik. This collection is wearable without looking boring, or like a trend cut-out from 2007… which is kind …

jennineWill someone tell the people of Iceland that if they are going to be so cool, then stop living so far away!
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Time to PLAY

Always on the lookout for inspiration… I am tending to find that Zurich-based PLAY is one of those street style photoblogs that continually amaze me (for more about Swiss fashion, F&Art did a series of posts on the subject). The truth is, I really wish that I was living her life… she seems to be at all the cool places …

jennineTime to PLAY
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Trip to the museum: Contemporary Japanese Fashion

This weekend we went to see the Stylized Sculpture: Contemporary Japanese Fashion from the Kyoto Costume Institute at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Featured with photos by Hiroshi Sujimoto . Unfamiliar with the details of Japanese fashion, I really got to appreciate the work of Rei Kawakubo, founder of Comme des Garcons. Even more so looking at this …

jennineTrip to the museum: Contemporary Japanese Fashion
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Sometimes I just can’t help myself…

Compulsive habits are hard to break… Visiting the candy dish at work (they put out the Xmas candies today), checking emails, IM chatting, stealing posts from Style Bubble…. Dang, I’ll quit one day! Anyway, in particular… today Christian Joy was mentioned, reminding me of one of my favorite bands/style inspirations… the Yeah Yeah Yeahs… These costumes are just incredible, and …

jennineSometimes I just can’t help myself…
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Goodwill hunting….

Reconstructed vintage isn’t the newest thing in the world, but it’s certainly revolutionary, and there’s a lot of room for growth, that’s for certain. At least it’s starting to go mainstream. San Franciscan , Nick Graham founder of Joe Boxer and teamed up with Goodwill to make a new line of clothing William Good (I am not sure if the …

jennineGoodwill hunting….