Snail mail: Finland’s postal service will release a 3-stamp collection from “one of the most well-known Finnish artists around the world,” Tom of Finland.
Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik talks to Dazed Digital about combining emoji with high art
"Fashion is merely a saying: I belong to your world. I’m wearing the same uniform as your army, so don’t shoot. — Paulo Coelho"
Patti Smith covers Rihanna’s “Stay”
"The moustache is the evolutionary next level to enlightenment."
This isn’t my first rodeo. Images from Blake Little’s new exhibit, “Photographs from the Gay Rodeo,” showing at Indianapolis’s Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
See more winners from the fourth annual Just For Men National Beard and Moustache Championships on September 7, 2013 in New Orleans.
A photo history of male affection, courtesy The Art of Manliness
Rappers shouting out their Jewish lawyers. I’d like to shout-out Drake for being my Jewish rapper.
When partying to house music, it’s best to dress as a furniture.
Prance, I say. Prance!
Fashion’s mad scientist Hussein Chalayan said in 2007 that we live in increasingly boring times where clothing companies are afraid to take risks. Chalayan is afraid of no such thing. For his Fall 2013 ready-to-wear show, Chalayan debuted quick-change dresses that look like a CGI effect. These aren’t clunky Transformers mutations but elegant blooms. Unlike other established designers (cough, Karl Lagerfeld, cough), Chalayan isn’t creating these frocks for the priveleged but instead wants this technology applied to how all people dress. It’s reminiscent of his incredible spring-summer 2007 show when the designer added his techno touch to show the evolution of fashion over the last century. See the full Fall 2013 show here.