Monthly Archives: August 2010

Juergen Teller talks to Filep Motwary

I first met Juergen Teller at a lunch at Café Marly in Paris in 2004. He had recently shot Charlotte Rampling for the new issue of POP magazine, and five minutes later, in walked Miss Rampling herself. I had not … Continue reading

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Texas Is The Reason

Josh T. Pearson looks a lot like Jesus, if Jesus came from Texas. He is a tall, broad-shouldered, magnificently bearded, twill-and-cowboyboot-rocking dead ringer for the Son of God. Some years ago, he was the singer in a band called Lift … Continue reading

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Lucas Ossendrijver: L’etranger

Photography by Vassilis Karidis Lanvin shows are a joy. Everything this venerable French house – pardon, maison – puts its stamp on, from the set to the music to the catering (not to mention the clothes), seems conceived to convey … Continue reading

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