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In an era of homogenization and corporate mentality, the fashion industry has few iconoclasts left. Among the dwindling group of independent thinkers Michele Lamy ranks high. The cabaret queen turned high fashion backer presides over an empire that includes husband, Rick Owens’ eponymous label and Gareth Pugh’s haute goth creations. As a fashion fixture who is always relevant and always on the cutting edge, Lamy is the perfect subject for Christopher Michael’s What’s Contemporary.
“The latest contributor in What’s Contemporary is Michele Lamy, who is herself, a contemporary muse. When inviting her to exhibit her point of view on the subject upon this platform, we chose to do so by having her narrate a tour of their home and work space, exposing her relationships with the objects by which she arts both their spaces and lives. In understanding this relationship, between her and these pieces, we are able to see more clearly, the realm she creates from which much of their inspiration and aesthetic choices are drawn. An intimate journey through the Palais Bourbon which is both their headquarters and home, captured en image by photographer Gregory Derkenne.”
Fashion week from the model perspective. Model turned photographer Julian Schratter gave some of today’s top faces disposable cameras and had them document their backstage and behind the scenes of Milan menswear for a special models.com project. This one of a kind candid view features snapshots from River, Francisco, Adrian and more!
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Pulp Art Book : Volume Two
“Husband and wife Neil Krug and Joni Harbeck have given birth to a poignant ballad of imagery that incorporates both psychedelia and spirituality. Pulp Art Book is an examination of societal life during the 1960’s and 70’s as well as a stylistic homage to B movies and Spaghetti Westerns. Krug has drawn attention in recent years for his commercial work with the likes of Ladytron, The Horrors, and Devendra Banhart, while model Joni Harbeck has been a muse to many and is the heroine of the print trilogy.” – Planet