Archive for April, 2010
Photography is a funny thing. It can have such power inside a book or on a computer screen. But experienced face to paper, it somehow trumps all previous instances of staring at even the most stared at image.
The May issue of Martha Stewart Living has hit newsstands, and with it a Technicolor feature of pals Trina Turk and Jonathan Skow and the delicious afternoon we spent earlier this Spring at their dreamy 1930s desert escape in Palm Springs.
Further proof that's not a sneer on Kaiser Karl's poker face but the giggling smirk of a jester.
Like Salvador Dali for Lanvin chocolate bars and Rudi Gernreich for Smirnoff vodka before him, the haughtiest of haute stuff Karl Lagerfeld now flirts with the proles with this valentine for his favorite American elixir.
Crazy Horse Paris founder Alain Bernardin and burlesque queen Dita Von Teese share one very burning fetish: The desire for perfection.
Monsieur Bernardin, who started his cabaret in 1951 on Avenue George V continued to strive for the next four decades until ending his life at 78 to cultivate l'art du nu–the art of the nude.