By CHAVIE LIEBER / LA RACKED In 1982, 21-year-old Marc Jacobs landed a coveted spot at New York’s Parsons School of Design. He started his first semester with undeniable talent and a particular kind of resilience, quickly becoming known for his exceptional sketches and the funky sweaters he designed. Read the story >>
Category: POP CULTURE
Art Los Angeles Contemporary is currently hosting its third edition at the Santa Monica Airport’s Barkar Hangar with a winning program; half Los Angeles and half international gallery participation. Tim Fleming, the Director of ALAC states, “there’s a real sense of hospitality,” when describing the tone of the fair. He continues, “ALAC was created from the idea that Los Angeles deserves and is ready for a contemporary art fair that champions the whole LA art scene and offers a good cross section of what’s happening in Contemporary Art.”
From Mapplethorpe to Marianne Faithfull in a skin-tight biker suit, DAZED charts their favourite leather lovers – with a little help from Nicola Formichetti.
These destined-to-be-cult faves slipped under the radar, but each warrants another look
On the back wall of the No Name Bar in Sausalito, Calif., crowded among pennants of the Giants and 49ers, the legendary teams on the south side of the Golden Gate Bridge, there is a poster that the bar printed for its 50th anniversary, six years ago. The poster says: “No Cover. No Plastic. No […]
Behind the Scenes: Logan Neitzel Keeping it Seattle-y, but going super broodish and dark for New York Fashion Week. Flashback to NYFW in February; we’ve got this seasons’ report from Seattle designer Logan Neitzel. Though the Art Institute of Seattle grad now dwells completely in the realm of New York fashion (Vogue and WWD were […]