“MY BOYFRIEND” CHRIS BROWN in DARK NEON LIGHTS for Men’s Health Best Fashion March 2014 (via FORD MODELS BLOG)
*note, for some reason the pics after the jump show up HUGE (which is nice) but if you want to see the full image just click it and it will become smaller and you will see the full image.
FORD MODELS BLOG: After starring in composed campaigns for the likes of Strellson and Dunhill London, Ford Men’s Chris Brown shows a more rough-and-tumble side for the newest issue of Men’s Health Best Fashion. Shot by Sven Bänziger, the editorial sees Chris exploring the city of Hamburg after hours. With bruised knuckles and a silver chain around his neck, this is a guy you wouldn’t mind running into in a dark alley.
Producer: Yilmaz Aktepe
Photo Assistant: Mico Cvijetic
Hair/Makeup: Marco Hülsebus,
Styling Assistant: Christian Schiebold
My January 14/2014 NEW BOYFRIEND POST of CHRIS BROWN HERE!!!
A 1934 linen dress printed with New York buildings at Allan Katz Americana. Credit Philip Greenberg for The New York Times (click image twice to see the details)
Perhaps the most captivating fashion statement this season in New York was not on the runway or the street, but at the Winter Antiques Show: a modest black and white vintage dress, in mint condition and priced at $135,000, displayed by Allan Katz Americana, that was vigorously photographed, shared on Instagram and Facebook, and pinned on Pinterest.
The design was simple, with cap sleeves, a V-neck and a long full skirt. There was a cloth belt and two small cherry-red Bakelite buttons. But it was the fabric that truly astounded. It was a dynamic photographic tour of 1930s New York City: Grant’s Tomb, the Automat, the Empire State Building, illuminated marquees for a James Cagney movie, and signs for Planters Peanuts and Maybelline. In his catalog, Mr. Katz wrote, “The amazing manipulation and blending of these images create a surrealistic collage.”
Story on the show HERE
SISSYDUDE LOVES: Valentino Fall RTW 2014… PERFECTION (click images twice to see the detailing up-close)
Art Director: Riccardo Ruini
Stylist: Jacob K
Hair: Malcolm Edwards
Make-up: Petros Petrohilos
GOT MY KITTY SWIMSUIT BRIEF by PrettySnake!!! (LOVE where the bright pink petunia is situated on my ass)
SISSYDUDE LOVES: some VERY cute MODEL boys BY frank N furter. (NO one SHOWS their DINKIES… and STILL very HOT)
Valentine’s Day can KILL! Here’s Matt Alber’s “End Of The World” cus it’s sweet & romantic… be optimistic, people!
Full broadcast of Joan Crawford on “The David Frost Show” on January 8th, 1970. Joan promotes her upcoming appearance on “The Virginian”, and is later accompanied by director Robert Gist (who sadly takes over).
Part one of “The Virginian” episode that they talk about. All parts HERE
NORDMAN WEISS: It has been a while since I discovered all joy of Tumblr and naturally came a feeling to make something more private.
Something I do… Time to time I put those disgustingly beautiful sensual images out from my head and give them a life in a peace of paper.
That’s a thing I’m happy to share there as much as pics of myself and other stuff I do…
With peace: Nordman
HUFFPOST GAY: A new exhibit at Leslie-Lohman, organized by Richards, is bringing together over 80 original illustrations plucked form the pages of retro magazines spanning the 1950s to the 1990s. Showcasing everything from tame images of the male body as muse to explicitly sexualized scenes, the exhibit surveys decades worth of design created by gay artists in the late 20th century, exploring a space — magazines — where art flourished in the past.
Titled “Stroke: From Under the Mattress to the Museum Wall,” the journey through erotic history outlines the evolution of the (naked) male in art, spotlighting the impact of the “sexual revolution” and the Stonewall Inn riots on the demand for the magazines playing home to Mizer and company’s works. Torso, Mandate, InTouch — they would grow to attract the work of major artists like Mel Odom, Richard Rosenfeld and more, many of whom contributed to mainstream publications like Vogue and Playboy.
Arin Andrews and Katie Hill do not look out of place in the new Barneys New York campaign. Both have nonexistent hips, are right in the ballpark of six feet tall and aren’t yet old enough for a legal drink. But there’s one marked difference between them and the models you ordinarily see on runways and in the pages of Vogue and Elle: Mr. Andrews, 17, was born a girl, and Ms. Hill, 19, a boy.
They are just two of nearly 20 transgender models photographed by Bruce Weber who will appear in the new Barneys catalog and magazine campaign, wearing clothes from designers like Ann Demeulemeester, Balenciaga, Lanvin and Manolo Blahnik. READ THE FULL STORY HERE!