New York creative agency Sarah Laird & Good Company opened its first outpost in Europe this Summer. With an impressive list of clients in fashion and entertainment, her creatives are in very high demand on both sides of the Atlantic. Check the agency´s amazing website here. Photo credit: Sang An http://londonlondonblog.wordpress.com/people-places/
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No ordinary cat lovers. This publication is a collectors item. Beautifully designed, great interviews. Print only. Do not be put off by the rough and tumble cover. I squirm at such pictures. But leaf inside and you will find a great art mag. As they say in their splash page:
"PUSS PUSS is a new stylish publication for culture, fashion, music, and catlovers. You will find no naff cat outfits or cat food advice, instead, beautiful photography, illustration, intelligent writing, interviews and more by established as well as up-and-coming creatives from around the globe."
Here is what you will find inside:
Issue 1 (Print Only) Ai Weiwei — Anja Konstantinova — Celia Hammond — Jean Julien — Jon Gorrigan — Karen Guthrie — Liam Sparkes — Nina Pope — Rasha Kahil — Vicki Murdoch and more.
The launch issue of PUSS PUSS features some amazing content from cat lovers from around the world: an exclusive interview with artist and activist Ai Weiwei whom we met in Beijing at his compound where he lives with his 30-ish cats, a fashion story shot by Jon Gorrigan featuring Anja Konstantinova who famously has several cat inspired tattoos including the word ‘MEOW’ tattooed on the inside of her lip as seen on the cover, an essay on celebrity cats by Gemma Lacey with illustrations by artist Jean Julien, several London creatives photographed with their cats by Rasha Kahil, including Vogue UK creative director Jaime Perlman, artists Robert Montgomery and Lucy Newman, artist and creative director of Multistorey Agency Harry Woodrow and several others; an interview with Vicki Murdoch of Silken Favours who designs gorgeous cat motifs that are printed on silk scarves and cushions, an interview with fashion model turned animal rights activist Celia Hammond, a story on the tattoo artist Liam Sparkes, an essay on the history of leopard print by Ilaria Alber-Glanstaetten, an interview with Katen Povey of The Clouded Leopard project and more.
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Edie Campbell by Steven Klein for Alexander McQueen f/w 14.15
Photo by Louis Vuitton
Karl Lagerfeld, Frank Gehry and Cindy Sherman are applying their creativity to a new and surprising canvas — Louis Vuitton’s famous brown and gold monogram.
They — along with Rei Kawakubo, Christian Louboutin and Marc Newson — were given carte blanche to create bags and luggage for the French luxury giant. For More