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The Big PictureNo, this isn't an April Fool's prank. According to both the LAT's Hero Complex and the Hollywood Reporter, Sam Mendes, the wonderfully cerebral and cultured filmmaker who once upon a time won an Oscar for "American Beauty," is in discussions......
All The RageIt's probably no coincidence that for his first runway collection since the launch of the Balenciaga Paris fragrance last month, house designer Nicolas Ghesquiere let his imagination run wild with the concept of packaging. Packaging is of paramount...
Monster Mash: An Army ally aids the arts; Irving Penn portraits for sale; a 'new' Michelangelo at the Met?Culture Monster-- New strategy: America can use the arts to help achieve its military and diplomatic goals, a retired Army general tells Congress during testimony designed to seek more funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. (Los Angeles Times) --......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesSupermodel Gisele Bündchen has been canonized in British newspaper the Independent as "the biggest star in fashion history." So, since Bündchen (at age 30) already has the making-history thing nailed, she's focused on adding the future to her résumé ...
Los Angeles TimesPARIS — When it came to theatrics, the Paris leg of the recent menswear shows was as full as the generously cut trousers that filled the runways. And, though the designers in Milan and Paris don't always mine the same trends, for fall/winter 2011...
Tags: Johnny Depp, Rudolf Nureyev, Thom Browne, Fashion Shows, Dancing
Los Angeles TimesThe old master spent his winter months at the Chateau Marmont, sitting beneath the palms, the white canopies and its distinctively European tower on the Sunset Strip. Photographer Helmut Newton was as recognizable there as his famous subjects, dining on...
Tags: Germany, Students, Richard Avedon, Arts, Ansel Adams
The old master spent his winter months at the Chateau Marmont, sitting beneath the palms, the white canopies and its distinctively European tower on the Sunset Strip. Photographer Helmut Newton was as recognizable there as his famous subjects, dining on...
Tags: Germany, Concerts, Entertainment, Richard Avedon, Arts
"I didn't bring you to Paris to make art; I brought you here to do the buttons and bows," Harper's Bazaar editor Carmel Snow famously snapped at photographer Lillian Bassman during a fashion shoot for the magazine in the late 1940s. But Bassman's fashion...
Tags: Coney Island, Neiman Marcus, Museums, Richard Avedon, Arts
West Coast editor for Metropolis magazineThe fashion world has plenty of dynamic male duos: Dolce & Gabbana, Viktor & Rolf, Proenza Schouler. Pairs of females, though, have been in short supply. Until now. Here we present four fashion sets: a pair of onetime models, a pair of former editors, a...
What distinguishes Walter Herrington's Pasadena home is not so much the 1950s architecture, which is quite lovely, nor the vista of the arroyo, though that's beautiful too. What sets apart the dwelling are his possessions, more specifically the graphic...
Tags: Sculpture, Ralph Lauren, Arts and Culture, Homes, Entertainment
Barely a decade into his career, photographer Jason Lazarus and his work are everywhere, all the time. From Floridian residencies to solo shows in Cologne, Germany, to single snapshots plucked for local project spaces, Lazarus is a photographic man about...
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