Roger Deckker / Self Service

Roger Deckker / Self Service

French stylist and fashion editor Marie Chaix fulfilled Roger Deckker’s wishes with classical 70’s glamourous inspirations in this black/white shooting for Self Service. Framing faces and postures under the perfect light and dynamic was the primary duty for Deckker, while the casting by Natalie Joos just made the rest.
Filippa Hamilton, contract model for Ralph Lauren for the past 6 years, Rie Rasmussen, top model in the early 00’s, Ana Claudia Michels one of all time Riccardo Tisci’s favourite and Tasha Tilberg, naturally bloom in the entire mood.

By Elisa Lusso – Image courtesy of Self Service Magazine

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Wonder Room #4

Wonder Room #4 / MIRRORED

Milan Design Week duties involved one month of waiting, but at last Canova/E15 is opening its doors again for the 4th part of Wonder Room.

This time, illustrator Marco Klefisch curated by Studio Fantastico – Verona – will be presenting “Mirrored”, providing an installation devoted to the concept of reflection, as the exhibition title implies.

WONDER ROOM #4 – MIRRORED – Marco Klefisch curated by Studio Fantastico.

May 13th 2010 / 7 pm – 10 pm
Via Tortona, 31
20144 Milano

By 2DM – invitation conceived by Studio Fantastico

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Sunday Brunch – Banana Muffins

Sunday Brunch – Banana Muffins

Sunday is Mothers day, so nothing’s more festive than surprising mum with hot banana muffins for breakfast, especially these ones with a crunchy topping. Make your mum proud and bake her a big basket full of these yummy goodies.
If you are in a really good mood, eat them with spoonfulls of Nutella. That will keep her (and you) smiling for the rest of the day….’

Text and illustration by Yvette van Boven

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Chérie’s Tree House #5

Chérie’s Tree House #5

Twice a year the Chérie’s Tree House opens its doors for a brand new selection of emerging artists between fashion and design. And here we go for the summer edition, on May 8-9th, when the 247 Showroom fills up his walls with leaves on the floor and love in the air.
Amongst many others, we will discover clothing by Deacpop, Progetto Crinoline, t-shirts from Toxic Toy, turbans by Alessandra Modarelli, bags by Pijama, Infected Designers, shoes by Not A Wonderboy. Organic food is provided this time by Lattughino, surrounded by the treefriends well known happy Dj Sets by Giandisco & Friends.
And if you want to get in the right mood, just download some music here. Don’t miss the opening celebration party on May 7th at Pink is Punk, Magazzini Generali.

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By Elisa Lusso – Video by Sara Scappin and Elisa Lusso

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Richardson Magazine

Richardson Magazine

A feminine take on sex and pornography is probably one concept still lacking, or at least not yet properly developed in the magazines we’re used to buy.
UK stylist Andrew Richardson once thought about this shortage and he did realize a teasing homonym publication due to fill this kind of girlish demand.
Richardson Magazine seems to shout that ‘girls just wanna have fun’ and yes, the new issue is finally back on the shelves after a long break.
Just try to set your minds on a girl perspective, then start thinking about how will it be finding features of Sasha Grey by Glenn Luchford, contributions by Carolee Schneemann, Valie Expert, Steven Meisel, Bunny Yeager, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Tracy Ermin, Annie Sprinkle, Malcolm Mclaren, David Rimanelli, Tristan Taromino, Amy Kelner, Simon Ford. Need anything else to run at Colette and get your copy?

Bela Borsodi from A1

Glen Luchford from A1

Mario Sorrenti from A2

By Elisa Lusso – images courtesy of  RICHARDSON MAGAZINE

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