Enjoy the official English-language trailer for ‘Adama,’ a French animated film that follows the journey of a young West African boy through Europe at the height of World War I.
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Little Dragon gives us a 27-sec. teaser of their forthcoming fourth studio album ‘Nabuma Rubberband,’ as well as a few European tour dates.
This week a global event called Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) memorializes those who have been killed as a result of anti-transgender violence. See this massive list of events to attend Nov. 20-26.
Marc Jacobs’ book-focused sub-brand, Bookmarc, joins forces with KRINK to release a chic collection of high quality paint markers.
Unicef’s new “Likes Don’t Save Lives” campaign makes a hard-hitting point about social media and activism.
Not only is Beyoncé a fan of R&B newcomer Luke James, but she’s chosen him as the opening act for the European leg of “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.”
Starting January 4th, Denmark’s MOHS Exhibit will display Reno Leplat-Torti’s collection of paño art, works by various Chicano (Mexican-American) prison inmates from around the country who neatly fold paños into envelopes and mail them to loved ones.
Back again at London’s iconic Earls Court Exhibition Centre is the Ski and Snowboard Show – five days out for all snow enthusiasts and winter sports addicts! Now into its 39th year, the exhibition has the largest selection in winter sports equipment, as well as holiday and snow related activities.
Earlier this month, Paris was descended upon by the crème de la crème of stylists from the African diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week. Vogue Italia’s Francesca Ragazzi covered the week’s catwalks and backstage madness, particularly for Elie Kuame’s couture show.
Dolce & Gabbana is being called racist for its Spring/Summer 2013 Collection which hit Milan Fashion Week with tons of blackmoor imagery but not one Black model. So we ask, if the clothing was on Black models, would it be okay? And without the intent of racism, is it racist?
This Summer, Louis Vuitton launched its most significant global artistic collaboration to date with legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Pop-up stores in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Paris, and Selfridges in London incorporated the 83-year-old pop artist’s complex installations and usage of hallucination-induced polka dots.
Crystal Models’ Milda V. is immaculately captured by fashion photographer Rachel Rebibo for a European retro chic shoot, with styling by Julia Floch Carbonel.
Following Paris Fashion Week, the city will host the crème de la crème of stylists from the Black diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week Paris. Kicking off on October 4th at the Pavillon Cambon Capucine in the heart of Paris, the three-day event will continue at Place Vendôme and the prestigious Ritz Palace through October 6th.
The 2012 Olympic Games came to an end on Sunday, and with a big British bang! With 80,000 fans at the Olympic Stadium and an estimated 300 million watching around the world, bands such as Pet Shop Boys and One Direction took the stage. But the most exciting moment were the iconic Spice Girls!
French fashion house Givenchy has unveiled its Fall 2012 Haute Couture Collection — 10 exquisite new looks that focus on leather and fur influenced by “gypsies you encounter in present-day southern Italy.”
France-based photographer Rachel Rebibo captures Daniela from Slides Models Paris for an outdoor fashion shoot. The model is styled by Mickael Carpin with hair and makeup by Julia Floch Carbonel.
Louis Vuitton will soon open seven pop-up stores for the launch of its new collaborative collection with legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The spaces will incorporate the 83-year-old pop artist’s complex transporting museum installations, her use of hallucination-induced polka dots and her treasured pumpkin motif.
Jay-Z and Kanye West have premiered their new video for “No Church In The Wild.” Filmed in Prague, Czech Republic by French director Romain Gavras, the video is inspired in last year’s multitude of global protests and riots.
Serving eco-conscious fashionistas in the UK, Charlie Boots recently opened its edgy, ethically-minded shop on Broad Street in Bath–offering clothing, art, accessories and homewares. The boutique favors sustainable, recycled, upcycled accessory brands and the occasional vintage find.