Tag: David Bowie

DAVID BOWIE RETROSPECTIVE TO SHOW AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM

David Bowie is March 2 to July 15, 2018 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY Following the Victoria and Albert Museum's massive success with David Bowie is, a retrospective paying tribute to the late icon, the Brooklyn Museum is bringing the show to New York City. Curated by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh of the V&A, the exhibit…

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MADONNA GIVES A RAW AND RELEVANT SPEECH AT ‘WOMEN IN MUSIC’

Fresh off of hosting the most talked about event at Art Basel Miami last week, Madonna shocked again, but this time it was her words, not her wild stage antics, that put her in the spotlight. On November 9th, at Billboard’s Women In Music event she showcased a side of herself that was more raw than…

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THE TOP FIVE SHOWS OF MILAN FASHION WEEK: MEN’S S/S ’17

Milan Fashion Week: Men's SS17 has come to an end but its influence will be felt around the world. From Friday, June 17th, through Tuesday, June 21st, leading designers showed a wide assortment of prints, silhouettes, and fabrics in the fashion capital. Neutrals were often seen although a few designers stuck to bright pops of primaries. In prints,…

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BEYONCÉ SURPRISES AT THE 2016 CFDA AWARDS + GET THE FULL LIST OF WINNERS

On June 6th, The Council of Fashion Designers of America held their annual awards ceremony. Celebrity attendees such as Jourdan Dunn, Alexa Chung, Ciara, Naomi Campbell, Joan Smalls, Lena Dunham, Oliva Wilde, Karlie Kloss, Laverne Cox,  and Claire Danes all showed up in support of fashion's most talented. Among established designers, CFDA award recipients included Marc Jacobs who took home…

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NATASHA KHAN CHRONICLES LOST DREAMS IN NEW VIDEO ‘SUNDAY LOVE’

Singer and visual artist Natasha Khan, who was a featured artist in The Untitled Magazine's Music Issue 6, has just released “Sunday Love,” a video off of her forthcoming Bat For Lashes album, The Bride, which she calls a “dark meditation on love, loss, grief, and celebration” in the vein of a “classic Blues story.”…

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THE 2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS

On Sunday May 22nd, The Billboard Music Awards brought out the biggest names in music in Las Vegas. The show awarded top performers of the past year including; Adele, The Weeknd, Rihanna, Justin Beiber, and many more. As well as paying tribute to important figures in music, some of which we lost earlier this year. Britney Spears…

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AIR PACKS TWO DECADES OF HITS IN ‘TWENTYEARS’ ALBUM

In honor of the 20th anniversary of their international debut, French duo, Air, will release an anthology album, Twentyears, on June 10th. The tracklist for the album was personally selected by band mates, Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel. Some of the essential hits included are "Sexy Boy," "Kelly Watch The Stars," "Playground Love," "Cherry Blossom Girl" and "Le soleil…

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BEST AND WORST OF THE 2016 GRAMMY AWARDS RED CARPET

The 58th Annual Grammy Awards was an event filled with unique musical collaborations, interestingly glorified performances, both surprising and not-so-surprising winners, and of course, the best and the worst of red carpet fashion. From the most daring looks to the most classic, celebrities have a chance to spark conversation, debut a different look than their…

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PUBLIC SCHOOL – NEW YORK – FALL / WINTER 2016 MEN’S RUNWAY

When it comes to Public School's latest collection, it was the outsiders, quite literally, who got the first look. Gangs of fashion followers and students alike, brand fans, and even a few tourists, waited outside the Milk Studios venue despite the cold and the wait was worth it: the models walked towards them first. Designers Maxwell Osbourne and…

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CHANEL HAUTE COUTURE SPRING 2016

There are two things one does not expect to see at a Chanel Couture show: wood shavings and wearable phone cases. However, where Kaiser Karl goes, the fashion world follows. And mark our words; these unexpected elements may just become de rigueur in the future. The iconic designer talked about recycling and the importance of reusing…

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DAVID BOWIE – ROCK N’ ROLL ANGEL 1947-2016

As by now you’ll have surely heard, this week we lost David Bowie, one of music’s ultimate legends. The singer-songwriter and gifted showman died on Sunday after secretly battling cancer for 18-months, plunging the world into widespread mourning. Passing away only two days after his 69th birthday, Bowie’s death was announced in the way of…

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RAF SIMONS INVOKES 1960S FOR DIOR HAUTE COUTURE SPRING/SUMMER 2015

On the haute couture Spring/Summer 2015 Dior runway in Paris, the 60s were swinging. This Monday as Paris Fashion Week continued, Dior designer Raf Simons mixed past and present for a 21st century interpretation of the 1960s. Retro statement patterns adorned futuristic body suits and transparent space age coats covered metallic mini-dresses. With hair pulled…

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JOSEF SALVAT TALKS OPERA, AQUA, AND THE FRENCH HORN IN AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“My main instrument has always been my voice because I never had to practice, you know?” says Josef Salvat, who has been singing professionally since “before my balls dropped.” Salvat’s first introduction to professional performance came when he was still in primary school in Sydney, Australia. He landed a part in Puccini’s acclaimed opera Turandot,…

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MOBY ON MUSIC, RE-RELEASING HOTEL:AMBIENT & HIS LATEST LIVE SHOWS – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Richard Melville Hall, better known as Moby, is without a doubt one of the most well known producers of ambient music. Moby captured the attention of electronic fans worldwide when he remixed the theme song to David Lynch's now cult-classic television series Twin Peaks in the early 90s. The progressive house track and remix, titled "Go," reached the UK Top Ten…

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CHRIS STEIN @ EAST WING GALLERY – LONDON – NOV 6 – JAN 25

Chris Stein East Wing Gallery, London November 6th - January 25th, 2015 Blondie co-founder, songwriter, guitarist and photographer Chris Stein has a new collection of photographs on exhibit. For his latest exhibition, Stein’s rare and iconic photos are being showcased at the East Wing Gallery in the prestigious Somerset House, an arts and cultural center in the…

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A LOOK BACK AT THE LIFE OF LOU REED

Many a New Yorker is making a pilgrimage to Ludlow St or Lexington and 125th to pay tribute to one of the greatest songwriters of our time, with Lou Reed’s ‘I’m Waiting For The Man,’ blasting hypnotically from their cans on the way. The notoriously brooding co-founder of The Velvet Underground and legendary New York…

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