@mariosalvucci #blisslau #bijules #wedding #italy #goodpeoples @zuekster #spiders #accessories the most cinematic non- wedding missing not being there but just got my passport back today with china visa
Last week I was once again in Rome to cover Alta Roma and the first show I attended was Sarli Couture, designed by Rocco Palermo. The muse of this collection is "blonde girl" (Jane Birkin's part in Antonioni's Blow-Up), as well as "imperfect models of femininity," such as Kate Moss and Edie Campbell. "A passionate reinterpretation dedicated to this type of woman, who became a symbol of independence and freedom in her bearing and behavior," writes the designer.
This is a documentary about fashion that J. Scotter did in high school." I entered it into Diablo Valley College's Door Stop Awards contest for video production and took first place for "Best High School Documentary".Jason Last found this on line and thought you would like it.
Click on the images above for th artists name. The first one is by Miguel Villalobos followed by Pat Dea, Salvador Navarro, Garrett Morlan, German Luna and if you want to see more go to the site and vote:
The designer Aristotle Rosario was born and raised in the Dominican Republic. He graduated from the New School for Design in NYC and graduated in 2000. Hiw work is based on modern minimalism mixed with mens tailoring.
While in Rome last week for Altaroma I discovered the Alieni collection made from disgarded buttons, portions of belts, shoes, bags and dresses. Each piece is one of a kind and is given a name of an alien and the planet that they came from. The designer feels that by doing this she is giving a certain energy to the person that chooses their particular alien.
Laurie Simmons (who also happens to be the mother of a Ms. Lena Dunham), designed the surreal poster depicting a staircase with human legs. Simmons is most known for staging photographs with paper dolls, finger puppets and dummies.
Three time ASVOFF winner, Justin Anderson, does it again this time with his film entitled "Jumper" for Jonathan Saunders who celebrates his 10th anniversary this year. A bit of a twist on Pier Paolo Pasolini's classic italian mystery film "Teorema".