Miss Moss is one of those discussion topics which could go on like FOREVER //
There will always be something interesting to say about her: her career, her past, her daily routine, how many times a day she brushes her hair or what she has for breakfast at Starbuck’s //
Rizzoli is launching in November Kate: The Kate Moss Book, a collection of pics from her 20 years long career into fashion, adv and much more //
Not just another example of public vivisection of our fav model-rebel //
It’s a true tribute to a beauty that changed the world’s aesthetic principles like no one before //
Including photographs by the likes of Hedi Slimane, Juergen Teller, Terry Richardson, Mario Testino and Karl Lagerfeld //

1000 copies //
Only a small bunch of people will have the chance to grab, browse, venerate, store on a shelf the book Terry Richardson dedicated to his parents //
“Mom & Dad” is the title of the already-one-of-your-favourite-fetishes //
Don’t know what you think about that, but personally Im pretty scared about what it may contain…………..//
Parental…ooops.. sons’n daughterly advisory alert is ON!! //
Available for purchase starting today, at Parisian super store Colette //
More info here //
People always notice high-fashion fans immediately //
Not because of their museum-worthy clothing, but because when placed in the context of a subway, they just look so damn out of place //

Everyguyed keeps on providing us with juicy and “this-just-made-my-day” bits //
Last month they sponsored a graphic contest (“Go tweet yourself”) that, taking Twitter blue bird as a sort of inspiration ("what would the Twitter-bird look like if he took on some classic identities of his own?”), aimed at creating humanoid characters out of users’ Twitter profiles (either stuck to their real identities or not) //
The Karl Lagerfeld-inspired one was among the visual examples and guidelines provided by the website // 



And if you fancy like making a big laugh at all those social networks out there (er…seem like you’re actually browsing one…), then jump on Amazon and buy this book //

People always notice high-fashion fans immediately //

Not because of their museum-worthy clothing, but because when placed in the context of a subway, they just look so damn out of place //



Everyguyed keeps on providing us with juicy and “this-just-made-my-day” bits //

Last month they sponsored a graphic contest (“Go tweet yourself”) that, taking Twitter blue bird as a sort of inspiration ("what would the Twitter-bird look like if he took on some classic identities of his own?”), aimed at creating humanoid characters out of users’ Twitter profiles (either stuck to their real identities or not) //

The Karl Lagerfeld-inspired one was among the visual examples and guidelines provided by the website // 





And if you fancy like making a big laugh at all those social networks out there (er…seem like you’re actually browsing one…), then jump on Amazon and buy this book //