The Total Look Exhibition at Moca
If you’re in Los Angeles, don’t miss The Total Look: The Creative Collaboration between Rudi Gernreich, Peggy Moffitt, and William Claxton which celebrates the collaboration between the late designer, model and muse Peggy Moffitt, and her late husband William, who photographed the distinct images of Moffitt modeling Gernreich’s designs.


I See: The eyes of VII in the hands of Hipstamatic
At the moment while phone photography is getting enormously popular with apps like Instagram, an exhibition by world’s preeminent photojournalists just launched at Boston’s Griffin Museum of Photography. Using only Hipstamatic app and its famous vintage filters, 20 renowned photojournalists from VII Photo Agency captured through their smartphones all


Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs exhibition opens in Paris
Written by Guest Blogger Elodie Leconte. ENGLISH VERSION HERE Louis Vuitton et Marc Jacobs : deux hommes d’intuition qui ont marqué l’histoire du luxe. L’exposition Louis Vuitton – Marc Jacobs aux Arts Décoratifs retrace l’histoire de deux hommes au parcours exceptionnel. Chacun à leur époque, ils ont changé l’industrie de la mode. Des hommes de […]


Diane Tuft’s Saturated Landscapes
Photographer Diane Tuft captures both the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Since 1998, she has worked with specific cameras, films and techniques to capture light at the near-infrared and near-ultraviolet ends of the spectrum. Such wavelengths are just above and just below our visual range; making it impossible to per-visualize the result of […]


Darcel Disappoints X Colette: 150/15 Exhibition
Sarah Andelman chose a special and well-know friend of Colette, to help her blow the 15 candles on the Parisian boutique’s birthday cake.  Craig Redman (with whom has collaborated many times, most memorably for Colette’s christmas cards), in order to honor Colette’s anniversary, illustrated 150 of its friends and collaborators


John Chamberlain’s Crushed Car Sculptures at Guggenheim
John Chamberlain, the American artist best-known for his abstract sculptures made from auto parts and crushed steel, is now being exhibited at the Guggenheim New York until May 13th. The retrospective of the late sculptor titled ‘Choices’ will showcase 100-pieces, mostly chronological installation from the 1960s to his latest one in 2011.


Hilton Owen’s Abstract Art
22-year-old, Australian artist Hilton Owen had his first solo show at age 17 and has kept his momentum going with 8 more solo shows under his belt over the last 5 years. His distinct abstract figurative style sets him apart and makes him a definite “one to watch”. “I paint what I see around me. […]