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Louis Vuitton Aerogram by Virgil Abloh
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Louis Vuitton Aerogram by Virgil Abloh

Accessories An aerogram is a lightweight sheet of writing paper that folds to form an envelope with a printed stamp, ready to be sent by airmail.     For Louis Vuitton, it symbolises the Art of Travel, a heritage close to the House’s heart that is intertwined with the most marvellous aviation experiences. Aerogram, the new collection of men’s leather goods, echoes this universe’s emblems, conveying a more contemporary than ever vision of travel.   Here, the edges are folded or bias cut at the ends, bringing to mind the shape of this historic letter associated with the rst Concorde journeys. A zipped pochette, a bumbag or a backpack, a Messenger or Keepall bag, a tote bag or a Soft Trunk Phone Box: all are crafted in black grained leather, with an exceptional suppleness resulting from special leatherwork in the House’s workshops. Connecting the heritage of travel with modernity, the Aerogram collection features clear-cut, almost architectural, lines that convey an utterly urban look created by Virgil Abloh.     On some pieces, a luggage tag, also in black leather, may evoke an on-the-go silhouette. The Louis Vuitton embossed leather signature on each piece is reminiscent of the seal, a relief promise of new horizons, from its origin to the destination of its dreams.     An aerogram is a lightweight sheet of writing paper that folds to form an envelope with a printed stamp, ready to be sent by airmail.     For Louis Vuitton, it symbolises the Art of Travel, a heritage close to the House’s heart that is intertwined with the most marvellous aviation experiences. Aerogram, the new collection of men’s leather goods, echoes this universe’s emblems, conveying a more contemporary than ever vision of travel.   Here, the edges are folded or bias cut at the ends, bringing to mind the shape of this historic letter associated with the rst Concorde journeys. A zipped pochette, a bumbag or a backpack, a Messenger or Keepall bag, a tote bag or a Soft Trunk Phone Box: all are crafted in black grained leather, with an exceptional suppleness resulting from special leatherwork in the House’s workshops. Connecting the heritage of travel with modernity, the Aerogram collection features clear-cut, almost architectural, lines that convey an utterly urban look created by Virgil Abloh.     On some pieces, a luggage tag, also in black leather, may evoke an on-the-go silhouette. The Louis Vuitton embossed leather signature on each piece is reminiscent of the seal, a relief promise of new horizons, from its origin to the destination of its dreams.    

Filling Pieces proudly presents its Autumn/Winter 2021 collection named Garden of Eden
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Filling Pieces proudly presents its Autumn/Winter 2021 collection named Garden of Eden

Fashion Presented in a lookbook shot by Paris-based photographer Francois Quillacq, Garden of Eden is inspired by the natural elements of life, with muted colours and soft fabrics that bring together the opposites of fantasy and nature. The collection reintroduces classics such as varsity jackets and wool overcoats, while also introducing items featuring a new FP monogram, premium knitwear, and new leather accessories.     Designed to bring us back in unity with our own nature, the Garden of Eden represents harmony within ourselves. Reduced to the essence, with an appreciation for everyday rituals and the simple nature of our being, this collection shows that in these trying times, being grounded is the best way to move forward. This philosophy is reflected in the soft organic materials, nature-inspired graphics and dark earthy tones that come back throughout the collection.     Creative Director Guillaume Philibert calls it Filling Pieces’ best collection to-date:    ‘Garden of Eden’ for me as the creative director has a special meaning, where the premise is this imaginary romantic place that we all desire during these times.  The color scheme, silhouettes and graphics/hardware was all curated to amplify this urge for this romantic place. Its been a great collaboration between the team and creative collaborators such as Francois Quillacq and Sandra Pechenard'      The Garden of Eden lookbook will be presented in full on Fillingpieces.com     The collection will be shared on the 12th of February but it's definitely available to share immediately.      CREDITS: Photography:    François Quillacq (@Francoisquillacq) Set Design: Sandra Pechenard   Models: Bilal (@Jhuoza) Palmyre (@palmyretrm) Presented in a lookbook shot by Paris-based photographer Francois Quillacq, Garden of Eden is inspired by the natural elements of life, with muted colours and soft fabrics that bring together the opposites of fantasy and nature. The collection reintroduces classics such as varsity jackets and wool overcoats, while also introducing items featuring a new FP monogram, premium knitwear, and new leather accessories.     Designed to bring us back in unity with our own nature, the Garden of Eden represents harmony within ourselves. Reduced to the essence, with an appreciation for everyday rituals and the simple nature of our being, this collection shows that in these trying times, being grounded is the best way to move forward. This philosophy is reflected in the soft organic materials, nature-inspired graphics and dark earthy tones that come back throughout the collection.     Creative Director Guillaume Philibert calls it Filling Pieces’ best collection to-date:    ‘Garden of Eden’ for me as the creative director has a special meaning, where the premise is this imaginary romantic place that we all desire during these times.  The color scheme, silhouettes and graphics/hardware was all curated to amplify this urge for this romantic place. Its been a great collaboration between the team and creative collaborators such as Francois Quillacq and Sandra Pechenard'      The Garden of Eden lookbook will be presented in full on Fillingpieces.com     The collection will be shared on the 12th of February but it's definitely available to share immediately.      CREDITS: Photography:    François Quillacq (@Francoisquillacq) Set Design: Sandra Pechenard   Models: Bilal (@Jhuoza) Palmyre (@palmyretrm)

Exclusive editorial by Clara Casas - Daziell
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Exclusive editorial by Clara Casas - Daziell

Fashion Photographer: Clara Casas - Daziell Photography Assistant: Diemante Sprainaityte Creative Direction and Styling: Ryan Wohlgemut Fashion Assistant: Elena Garcia Hair Stylist: Gordon Chapples using hair by Sam McKnight Hair Assistant: Vanessa Carreiro Makeup Artist: Elise Priestley using Armani  Producer: Chloe Anderson Casting Director: Daniel Estévez Models: Alek Malek @ PRM & Binta Diop @ Elite Photographer: Clara Casas - Daziell Photography Assistant: Diemante Sprainaityte Creative Direction and Styling: Ryan Wohlgemut Fashion Assistant: Elena Garcia Hair Stylist: Gordon Chapples using hair by Sam McKnight Hair Assistant: Vanessa Carreiro Makeup Artist: Elise Priestley using Armani  Producer: Chloe Anderson Casting Director: Daniel Estévez Models: Alek Malek @ PRM & Binta Diop @ Elite

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CELINE HOMME Winter 2021 collection "Teen Knight Poem"
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CELINE HOMME Winter 2021 collection "Teen Knight Poem"

Fashion TEEN KNIGHT POEM CHÂTEAU DE CHAMBORD JANUARY 2021     YOUTH PARADE AND RENAISSANCE “NOUVEAU ROMANTIQUE” DIRECTED AND STYLED BY HEDI SLIMANE MUSIC ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE “TIME SLIP” PERFORMED BY THE LOOM WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY GEORGE BARNETT & JACK BARNETT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE     CREDITS: HAIR STYLIST ESTHER LANGHAM HAIR COLORIST ALEXANDRA BROWNSELL MAKE-UP ARTIST LAUREN AIELLO ART COLLABORATIONS:  HEDI SLIMANE INVITED SEVEN ARTISTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FORM OF THE “TEEN KNIGHT POEM” EDITIONS, IN THE MANNER OF A GROUP SHOW.   THOMAS SAUTER: “FIRE FLY”, 2016 (MARIA BERNHEIM GALLERY) HENDRIK HEGRAY: “HH1” 2008 (GALERIE VALERIA CETRARO) DAN WILSON: “SKATER BOY” 2012 AND “PEACE” 2020 GENE BEERY: “LIFE! 31⁄2 STARS” 2016, “A POEM” 2002, “7 CLOUDS 5 LIGHTNINGS” 1965 AND “STILL LIFE” 2016 (BODEGA GALLERY) OLIVIA CHAPMAN (BUGDUMB) : “MIME 1” 2020, “MIME 2” 2020 AND “MIME 3” 2020     ALTHEA JAMES : “HOW TO HOLD MYSELF” 2017, CAMBRIA GUEVARA (MERMAID HEX) : “STRANGE” 2017, “OUT OF MY MIND” 2019 TEEN KNIGHT POEM CHÂTEAU DE CHAMBORD JANUARY 2021     YOUTH PARADE AND RENAISSANCE “NOUVEAU ROMANTIQUE” DIRECTED AND STYLED BY HEDI SLIMANE MUSIC ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE “TIME SLIP” PERFORMED BY THE LOOM WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY GEORGE BARNETT & JACK BARNETT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE     CREDITS: HAIR STYLIST ESTHER LANGHAM HAIR COLORIST ALEXANDRA BROWNSELL MAKE-UP ARTIST LAUREN AIELLO ART COLLABORATIONS:  HEDI SLIMANE INVITED SEVEN ARTISTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FORM OF THE “TEEN KNIGHT POEM” EDITIONS, IN THE MANNER OF A GROUP SHOW.   THOMAS SAUTER: “FIRE FLY”, 2016 (MARIA BERNHEIM GALLERY) HENDRIK HEGRAY: “HH1” 2008 (GALERIE VALERIA CETRARO) DAN WILSON: “SKATER BOY” 2012 AND “PEACE” 2020 GENE BEERY: “LIFE! 31⁄2 STARS” 2016, “A POEM” 2002, “7 CLOUDS 5 LIGHTNINGS” 1965 AND “STILL LIFE” 2016 (BODEGA GALLERY) OLIVIA CHAPMAN (BUGDUMB) : “MIME 1” 2020, “MIME 2” 2020 AND “MIME 3” 2020     ALTHEA JAMES : “HOW TO HOLD MYSELF” 2017, CAMBRIA GUEVARA (MERMAID HEX) : “STRANGE” 2017, “OUT OF MY MIND” 2019

LOUIS VUITTON PRESENTS ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING & SUMMER 2021
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LOUIS VUITTON PRESENTS ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING & SUMMER 2021

Accessories New territories are explored as Louis Vuitton embraces ever more fluid and shifting identities. Old codes and icons are reinvented. Following on the heels of the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the Louis Vuitton accessories collection introduces bold and versatile new signatures that bring together the House’s various crafts in a harmonious blend.     With an up-to-the-minute chunky square or cat-eye shape, three new pairs of sunglasses offer this season’s take on the constantly shape-shifting Louis Vuitton design codes. The temples on the cat-eye model are formed from chain links inspired by leathercraft. The other two pairs toy with variations of the LV signature to make a feisty statement, either through Monogram acetate frames or with metallic hinges showcasing the LV Circle.     A strong presence in the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the chain made of large links engraved with the Monogram flower now makes its way onto fashion jewellery. Worn as a bracelet, necklace or earrings, it comes in gilt, silvered, or diamanté-set brass.     The collection also plays with zips, here brought into motion through necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. For effortless chic it can be paired with the Monogram leather cuff, complete with 80s subculture influences, or even with silk.     There are a variety of ways to accessorise Louis Vuitton’s silk squares.  Loosely tied around the neck, cinched around the waist as a belt, or bandana-style, silk squares as well as the new LV ENVY scarf offer a versatile look.   New territories are explored as Louis Vuitton embraces ever more fluid and shifting identities. Old codes and icons are reinvented. Following on the heels of the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the Louis Vuitton accessories collection introduces bold and versatile new signatures that bring together the House’s various crafts in a harmonious blend.     With an up-to-the-minute chunky square or cat-eye shape, three new pairs of sunglasses offer this season’s take on the constantly shape-shifting Louis Vuitton design codes. The temples on the cat-eye model are formed from chain links inspired by leathercraft. The other two pairs toy with variations of the LV signature to make a feisty statement, either through Monogram acetate frames or with metallic hinges showcasing the LV Circle.     A strong presence in the Spring-Summer 2021 fashion show, the chain made of large links engraved with the Monogram flower now makes its way onto fashion jewellery. Worn as a bracelet, necklace or earrings, it comes in gilt, silvered, or diamanté-set brass.     The collection also plays with zips, here brought into motion through necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. For effortless chic it can be paired with the Monogram leather cuff, complete with 80s subculture influences, or even with silk.     There are a variety of ways to accessorise Louis Vuitton’s silk squares.  Loosely tied around the neck, cinched around the waist as a belt, or bandana-style, silk squares as well as the new LV ENVY scarf offer a versatile look.  

 Scotch & Soda presents the Summer collection
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Scotch & Soda presents the Summer collection

Fashion   A free-spirited mood defines the Scotch & Soda Summer 2021 collection, inspired by Simone Melchior, the 1950s sea explorer who challenged expectations of her gender and time to become the world’s first female scuba diver and a pioneer of marine conservation.     Drawing on her colourful life, the collection heroes an individual and personal approach to dressing built on an eclectic blend of colours, prints and classics.     Statement marine prints that celebrate Melchior’s love for the oceans and sea life abound. Starfish patterns glow in neon shades; graphic anemones pop in bright pinks and greens; metallic tiger shells playfully skew animal prints; while a rustic hand-sketched scene of farmhouses and florals nods to Melchior’s South of France upbringing.     A play on volume is explored in a multiplicity of silhouettes. Sometimes, it’s structured, like the puffed sleeves of a maxi dress; or loose and fluid in the wide leg of cargo trousers. Other times, it’s an unexpected mix of both, such as the fit-and-flow pleated skirt. Cropped shapes, high waists and full A-lines further experiment with proportions in designs that convey a sense of freedom.     An individual and personal approach to dressing playfully subverts the traditional codes of menswear. Summer tailoring is recast in pastels mirroring the colours of the sea with unexpected strength and softness. Highlights for men include a single-breasted blazer and trousers in foam green, and a shorts suit in bright wave blue. Pastels are also contrasted against clean essentials like a pink polo top in textured organic cotton towelling, a vivid dip-dyed ribbed knit, and Bermuda shorts in both surfer and tailored cuts.     The idea of seasonless dressing is key, anchored in modern classics influenced by the utilitarian practicality of marinière uniforms. Trench coats come oversized for layering in spring and ease in summer; likewise, the blazers in longer lengths. Knitted organic cotton- blend vests can be worn over dresses or as standalones, and easy pleated trousers, any time. They’re delivered in a joyful palette which takes on the hues of the Provençal countryside and sea: muted tones of sienna, sand, ecru and French blue, with bursts of orchid pink, marigold, salmon and foam green. Enriched with irreverent details, these epitomise the reinterpreted essentials that form the heart of every Scotch&Soda collection.   A free-spirited mood defines the Scotch & Soda Summer 2021 collection, inspired by Simone Melchior, the 1950s sea explorer who challenged expectations of her gender and time to become the world’s first female scuba diver and a pioneer of marine conservation.     Drawing on her colourful life, the collection heroes an individual and personal approach to dressing built on an eclectic blend of colours, prints and classics.     Statement marine prints that celebrate Melchior’s love for the oceans and sea life abound. Starfish patterns glow in neon shades; graphic anemones pop in bright pinks and greens; metallic tiger shells playfully skew animal prints; while a rustic hand-sketched scene of farmhouses and florals nods to Melchior’s South of France upbringing.     A play on volume is explored in a multiplicity of silhouettes. Sometimes, it’s structured, like the puffed sleeves of a maxi dress; or loose and fluid in the wide leg of cargo trousers. Other times, it’s an unexpected mix of both, such as the fit-and-flow pleated skirt. Cropped shapes, high waists and full A-lines further experiment with proportions in designs that convey a sense of freedom.     An individual and personal approach to dressing playfully subverts the traditional codes of menswear. Summer tailoring is recast in pastels mirroring the colours of the sea with unexpected strength and softness. Highlights for men include a single-breasted blazer and trousers in foam green, and a shorts suit in bright wave blue. Pastels are also contrasted against clean essentials like a pink polo top in textured organic cotton towelling, a vivid dip-dyed ribbed knit, and Bermuda shorts in both surfer and tailored cuts.     The idea of seasonless dressing is key, anchored in modern classics influenced by the utilitarian practicality of marinière uniforms. Trench coats come oversized for layering in spring and ease in summer; likewise, the blazers in longer lengths. Knitted organic cotton- blend vests can be worn over dresses or as standalones, and easy pleated trousers, any time. They’re delivered in a joyful palette which takes on the hues of the Provençal countryside and sea: muted tones of sienna, sand, ecru and French blue, with bursts of orchid pink, marigold, salmon and foam green. Enriched with irreverent details, these epitomise the reinterpreted essentials that form the heart of every Scotch&Soda collection.

SAINT LAURENT RIVE DROITE FEBRUARY 14TH
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SAINT LAURENT RIVE DROITE FEBRUARY 14TH

Fashion Saint Laurent Rive Droite celebrates love.     An exhibition of Derek Ridgers’ photographs curated by Anthony Vaccarello will take place in Paris and Los Angeles in February. A fanzine and RTW pieces featuring Derek Ridgers photographs will also be available. On Valentine’s day, a bouquet of 1 or 15 black baccara roses by Castor Florist will be made in a matte ivory white paper, sealed with a black ribbon and a complementary condom. In addition, an exclusive selection of chocolate from La Maison Du Chocolat will be available: heart shell chocolates in a mix of milk and dark chocolate ganache truf es and glazed chestnuts. A charm necklaces made of 18kt yellow gold or sterling silver will also be part of the assortment. All these items conceived by Anthony Vaccarello, will be exclusively available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris & LA as well as on the Saint Laurent Rive Droite website. Saint Laurent Rive Droite celebrates love.     An exhibition of Derek Ridgers’ photographs curated by Anthony Vaccarello will take place in Paris and Los Angeles in February. A fanzine and RTW pieces featuring Derek Ridgers photographs will also be available. On Valentine’s day, a bouquet of 1 or 15 black baccara roses by Castor Florist will be made in a matte ivory white paper, sealed with a black ribbon and a complementary condom. In addition, an exclusive selection of chocolate from La Maison Du Chocolat will be available: heart shell chocolates in a mix of milk and dark chocolate ganache truf es and glazed chestnuts. A charm necklaces made of 18kt yellow gold or sterling silver will also be part of the assortment. All these items conceived by Anthony Vaccarello, will be exclusively available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris & LA as well as on the Saint Laurent Rive Droite website.

IRO presents their new campaign for Spring & Summer
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IRO presents their new campaign for Spring & Summer

Fashion IRO is pleased to announce its new Spring & Summer 2021 advertising campaign, shot in Ibiza by Quentin de Briey. This campaign, featuring Edita V., is a tribute to freedom.     IRO is pleased to announce its new Spring & Summer 2021 advertising campaign, shot in Ibiza by Quentin de Briey. This campaign, featuring Edita V., is a tribute to freedom.    

In conversation with Luna Blaise
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In conversation with Luna Blaise

Fashion We had a delight speaking with the star of hit series "Manifest" Luna Blaise.       You are currently shooting the 3rd season of “Manifest”, can you tell us more about the new season and your role on the show?   Yes, I am currently in NY shooting Manifest S.3.  I play Olive Stone and this season you can expect to meet more passengers from flight 828 along with unexpected twists and turns. Just like me Olive is also coming of age and learning and growing as a young woman. Shooting the show this season during the pandemic has been challenging at times.  Our cast and crew have had to adapt to a new way of filming. Our writers have really worked hard to write episodes that insure our safety when filming and also continue to tell the exciting story of flight 828 and the Stone Family. I really think fans will love season three.         Name some of the recent highlights, like moving to New York City.   I guess my biggest highlight has been moving away from LA without my mom and on my own for the first time living alone as an adult. I am finally adulting and navigating through life as a young woman. It’s exciting, challenging and such a fun journey to be on. I miss my family but I am so inspired to be on this next chapter of my life.        Tell us something your are passionate about and is not on your resume.   I am super passionate about traveling the world. My father is from Scotland and his entire family is there. I have this entire side of my family tree that I have never been able to visit or explore and they all live in Europe. I have plans to travel extensively once it’s safe to travel again.      What is the biggest outtake of 2020 for you, and what was the biggest lesson of the previous year for you?   As a young person that was born and raised in LA I have to admit I really never witnessed social injustice first hand. That all changed when BLM movement gained global media attention. 2020 was a true awakening for me. I educated myself and realized that I had to spread awareness for equality by using my platform and advocating for those who continue to be treated unfairly by systemic racism and bigotry. I attended dozens of protests and continue to learn and educate myself everyday. The biggest lesson I learned in 2020 was that we as people have the power to make a real difference when we work together as one for the greater good for all.      Inclusivity is a key value of our magazine, how do you advocate this shared value in your everyday life?   Thanks to my very liberal and inclusive parents I was raised in a home where love has no labels. I was taught to always be kind, respectful and inclusive to everyone. This mindset is the only option I know. To love, respect others and be kind is the only way I live my life.      Can you remember the moment you first discovered your interest for acting?   For me there has never been a memory where I can’t remember wishing I was I inside the TV or on the big movie screen. When I was very little and we went to the movie theaters,  I would run down to the front of the movie screen as soon as the credits would start to roll and dance in front because I thought that meant I was in the movie too. I think I did that from the age of three to about the age of ten. At home I would always watch the directors commentary, making of the films and behind the scenes. I would also watch movies I loved over and over and over reciting the script as it went along. I have always wanted to act. I just love the craft.      How did your acting career start?   My first real theatrical movie I appeared in was called “Memoria” directed my Nina Ljeti and executive produced by James Franco. I was eleven. I have been working in film and tv ever since.      Who is the voice that has inspired you the most in your personal life?   My parents have inspired me the most in my personal life and also my career. My dad is a filmmaker and writer and my mom is a talent manager and producer. Our family business is in entertainment. From an early age they instilled a strong work ethic in me to work hard, be respectful, keep my head in the game, stay focused and believe in myself. Through their love, support and constant encouragement I am a confident independent thinker that works hard and has fun doing what I love as a career.      Do you believe that your acting can have a positive impact?   I absolutely believe this 100%. My mom has always told me that success has zero meaning if you don’t share it by paying it forward to help others and make a difference.      What is your own definition of beauty?   For me being confident, authentic and true to yourself is the ultimate definition of beauty.      How do you get ready for a red carpet evening?   To set the mood I always have a good vibes playlist ready.    TEAM CREDITS: Photographer: rayscorruptedmind Stylist: Donte McGuine Creative Producer: Sahtia Rivers at the Jeffries editor: Timotej Letonja hair and make-up: Christina Turino We had a delight speaking with the star of hit series "Manifest" Luna Blaise.       You are currently shooting the 3rd season of “Manifest”, can you tell us more about the new season and your role on the show?   Yes, I am currently in NY shooting Manifest S.3.  I play Olive Stone and this season you can expect to meet more passengers from flight 828 along with unexpected twists and turns. Just like me Olive is also coming of age and learning and growing as a young woman. Shooting the show this season during the pandemic has been challenging at times.  Our cast and crew have had to adapt to a new way of filming. Our writers have really worked hard to write episodes that insure our safety when filming and also continue to tell the exciting story of flight 828 and the Stone Family. I really think fans will love season three.         Name some of the recent highlights, like moving to New York City.   I guess my biggest highlight has been moving away from LA without my mom and on my own for the first time living alone as an adult. I am finally adulting and navigating through life as a young woman. It’s exciting, challenging and such a fun journey to be on. I miss my family but I am so inspired to be on this next chapter of my life.        Tell us something your are passionate about and is not on your resume.   I am super passionate about traveling the world. My father is from Scotland and his entire family is there. I have this entire side of my family tree that I have never been able to visit or explore and they all live in Europe. I have plans to travel extensively once it’s safe to travel again.      What is the biggest outtake of 2020 for you, and what was the biggest lesson of the previous year for you?   As a young person that was born and raised in LA I have to admit I really never witnessed social injustice first hand. That all changed when BLM movement gained global media attention. 2020 was a true awakening for me. I educated myself and realized that I had to spread awareness for equality by using my platform and advocating for those who continue to be treated unfairly by systemic racism and bigotry. I attended dozens of protests and continue to learn and educate myself everyday. The biggest lesson I learned in 2020 was that we as people have the power to make a real difference when we work together as one for the greater good for all.      Inclusivity is a key value of our magazine, how do you advocate this shared value in your everyday life?   Thanks to my very liberal and inclusive parents I was raised in a home where love has no labels. I was taught to always be kind, respectful and inclusive to everyone. This mindset is the only option I know. To love, respect others and be kind is the only way I live my life.      Can you remember the moment you first discovered your interest for acting?   For me there has never been a memory where I can’t remember wishing I was I inside the TV or on the big movie screen. When I was very little and we went to the movie theaters,  I would run down to the front of the movie screen as soon as the credits would start to roll and dance in front because I thought that meant I was in the movie too. I think I did that from the age of three to about the age of ten. At home I would always watch the directors commentary, making of the films and behind the scenes. I would also watch movies I loved over and over and over reciting the script as it went along. I have always wanted to act. I just love the craft.      How did your acting career start?   My first real theatrical movie I appeared in was called “Memoria” directed my Nina Ljeti and executive produced by James Franco. I was eleven. I have been working in film and tv ever since.      Who is the voice that has inspired you the most in your personal life?   My parents have inspired me the most in my personal life and also my career. My dad is a filmmaker and writer and my mom is a talent manager and producer. Our family business is in entertainment. From an early age they instilled a strong work ethic in me to work hard, be respectful, keep my head in the game, stay focused and believe in myself. Through their love, support and constant encouragement I am a confident independent thinker that works hard and has fun doing what I love as a career.      Do you believe that your acting can have a positive impact?   I absolutely believe this 100%. My mom has always told me that success has zero meaning if you don’t share it by paying it forward to help others and make a difference.      What is your own definition of beauty?   For me being confident, authentic and true to yourself is the ultimate definition of beauty.      How do you get ready for a red carpet evening?   To set the mood I always have a good vibes playlist ready.    TEAM CREDITS: Photographer: rayscorruptedmind Stylist: Donte McGuine Creative Producer: Sahtia Rivers at the Jeffries editor: Timotej Letonja hair and make-up: Christina Turino

STAND STUDIO FALL & WINTER 2021
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STAND STUDIO FALL & WINTER 2021

Fashion Week For the Fall-Winter 2021 presentation, Stand Studio is celebrating, and gathers an army of friends of the house to show it. The editorial is shot in an inspiring setting close to their heart at the private art gallery CFHILL, placed in an 18th century building in their hometown Stocholm.   A place that highlights the duality of the timeless and the contemporary within the collection. The result is an editorial uplifting the inspiration and joyous feelings behind the collection.           And as usual, why change a classic? Instead, Stand Studio continues to constantly evolve, adding something new to the signature aesthetics by playing tricks with the proportions of the classic silhouettes. The bags are as usually made to match perfectly with a coat or a jacket, and hats are introduced to top off the look.     Luxurious surfaces and elaborated finishing have been at the core of the collection. A high shine gloss combined with earthy tones and complementary, bright colors, and daring prints bring light to the Fall. Multi-coloured animal prints are combined with classic statement pieces while the check print makes a return bolder that ever.     Moving into the Fall season, Stand Studio holds on to the celebratory feeling and continues to refine their collection through experimenting with colors, patterns and textures with bright things ahead.        Credits: Photographer – Johan Sandberg Styling – Naomi Itkes Makeup – Calle Eklund Hair – Ignacio Alonso Talents – Iconic Sthlm For the Fall-Winter 2021 presentation, Stand Studio is celebrating, and gathers an army of friends of the house to show it. The editorial is shot in an inspiring setting close to their heart at the private art gallery CFHILL, placed in an 18th century building in their hometown Stocholm.   A place that highlights the duality of the timeless and the contemporary within the collection. The result is an editorial uplifting the inspiration and joyous feelings behind the collection.           And as usual, why change a classic? Instead, Stand Studio continues to constantly evolve, adding something new to the signature aesthetics by playing tricks with the proportions of the classic silhouettes. The bags are as usually made to match perfectly with a coat or a jacket, and hats are introduced to top off the look.     Luxurious surfaces and elaborated finishing have been at the core of the collection. A high shine gloss combined with earthy tones and complementary, bright colors, and daring prints bring light to the Fall. Multi-coloured animal prints are combined with classic statement pieces while the check print makes a return bolder that ever.     Moving into the Fall season, Stand Studio holds on to the celebratory feeling and continues to refine their collection through experimenting with colors, patterns and textures with bright things ahead.        Credits: Photographer – Johan Sandberg Styling – Naomi Itkes Makeup – Calle Eklund Hair – Ignacio Alonso Talents – Iconic Sthlm

SAWEETIE is our February digital cover star
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SAWEETIE is our February digital cover star

Music SAWEETIE is our new digital cover star, photographerd by Kat Irlin.       TEAM CREDITS: Talent: Saweetie @saweetie Photographer: Kat Irlin @Kat_in_nyc Photo Asst- Roshaknie Hayes @whiteprince  Stylist: Wilford Lenov @wilfordlenov Videographer- Spazz @spazzz.vision Edit @amwfilms Hair- Adrianne Michelle Makeup- Deanna Paley @deelishdeanna Location - @hubblestudios Tunnel Production @tunnelproductioncompany Casting Dir @danielleh_styles Executive producer- Jason King @jasonlking Producer- Danika Murray @danikamurray Director of Film @jeanlondondia Editor-in-Chief Timi Letonja @timiletonja SAWEETIE is our new digital cover star, photographerd by Kat Irlin.       TEAM CREDITS: Talent: Saweetie @saweetie Photographer: Kat Irlin @Kat_in_nyc Photo Asst- Roshaknie Hayes @whiteprince  Stylist: Wilford Lenov @wilfordlenov Videographer- Spazz @spazzz.vision Edit @amwfilms Hair- Adrianne Michelle Makeup- Deanna Paley @deelishdeanna Location - @hubblestudios Tunnel Production @tunnelproductioncompany Casting Dir @danielleh_styles Executive producer- Jason King @jasonlking Producer- Danika Murray @danikamurray Director of Film @jeanlondondia Editor-in-Chief Timi Letonja @timiletonja

Bob Marley x Daily Paper Capsule Collection
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Bob Marley x Daily Paper Capsule Collection

Fashion Paying homage to the icon's legacy, on the weekend that marks his 76th birthday.     With Daily Paper’s recent introduction to their SS21 collection Future Roots, the brand continues to honour its heroes from the past, as they hope to inspire and educate the current generation to realise their potential for the future to come. This time by shining a light on the legacy of Bob Marley -- the singer-songwriter, activist and all-round trailblazer in the fight for social justice, human rights, peace, love and unity in his lifetime and beyond.          This February 6 marks the icon’s 76th birthday, coinciding with the brand's Bob Marley x Daily Paper capsule, celebrating his powerful impact through penmanship and song lyrics. Echoing wisdom of the past, Marley’s song lyrics are broken down into renowned lines, embroidered and printed onto the garments in decorative forms and shapes.      One reading NONE BUT OURSELVES CAN FREE OUR MINDS, from his widely known Redemption Song, recalling our capability to observe and influence our thoughts and opinions; whilst LOVE WOULD NEVER LEAVE US ALONE from the classic Could You Be Loved reminds us of the power of love.      The capsule features a range of soft cotton athleisure styles, sand checkered work-wear inspired silhouettes, next to a continuance of brown jacquard designs and custom made lace, firstly introduced in Daily Paper’s foregoing Spring/Summer ready release.  Paying homage to the icon's legacy, on the weekend that marks his 76th birthday.     With Daily Paper’s recent introduction to their SS21 collection Future Roots, the brand continues to honour its heroes from the past, as they hope to inspire and educate the current generation to realise their potential for the future to come. This time by shining a light on the legacy of Bob Marley -- the singer-songwriter, activist and all-round trailblazer in the fight for social justice, human rights, peace, love and unity in his lifetime and beyond.          This February 6 marks the icon’s 76th birthday, coinciding with the brand's Bob Marley x Daily Paper capsule, celebrating his powerful impact through penmanship and song lyrics. Echoing wisdom of the past, Marley’s song lyrics are broken down into renowned lines, embroidered and printed onto the garments in decorative forms and shapes.      One reading NONE BUT OURSELVES CAN FREE OUR MINDS, from his widely known Redemption Song, recalling our capability to observe and influence our thoughts and opinions; whilst LOVE WOULD NEVER LEAVE US ALONE from the classic Could You Be Loved reminds us of the power of love.      The capsule features a range of soft cotton athleisure styles, sand checkered work-wear inspired silhouettes, next to a continuance of brown jacquard designs and custom made lace, firstly introduced in Daily Paper’s foregoing Spring/Summer ready release. 

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