While lip synching he got down on one knee and opened a ring box. Recently, I got to reunite with the main cast of Guild & Greyshkul Gallery (if it had been an office sitcom which ran for five years) to make this fashion photo shoot happen.Apparently she said yes, because then they were jumping up and down hugging and kissing and we were all clapping. In the fourth video still I am playing guitar in my living room but “they”,”dressed” it with their own blankets and put all my parents’ cook books which were neatly shelved in stacks on the ground so it might as well be someone else’s apartment. I am wearing all jewelry I made, and my song “Untitled” is the soundtrack. This spread features six rather mysterious photos but so much work and fun and work that I can’t describe went into them behind the scenes. Anya Kielar did the hair, makeup, body paint, and plaster cast (on me! This book is the catalog for the 2004 exhibtition”Yves Saint Laurent dialogue avec l’Art” at Fondation Pierre Bergé that chronicled YSL’s “dialogs” with art, beginning in 1965 with a collection of dresses based on Piet Mondrian’s compositions.“I just tried to be an artist in my own métier.” Happy with my book and wearing my own Mondrian Cuff.I got the book at Mast Books on Avenue A and 5th St NYC.
The IMK Circle Vest goes really well with the Lake & Stars bustier if I do say so myself!
I opened the door so she could fly out through the lobby but instead she flew up the stairs!
The most significant thing: I rarely wear high heels, I never learned how to walk in them well, but I once found a pair I love at ARCHE, where my mom and European women buy their shoes. Ry Russo-Young shot me and three other young women in their apartments. And I was only there for a portion of the work and fun. I was the model) and all three of them built the sets.
A pair of purple nubuck booties with mirrored wedges. And, Esme Watanabe produced the shoot and assisted in styling.
organized by Charlotte Kidd and James Salomon Old Stone Boys Club – 938 Montauk Highway, Water Mill Friday 19 August – Sunday 21 August 2011, open 11am – 8pm Reception for the artists: Friday 19 August, 6 – 8pm (This exhibition runs for one weekend only) Directions: Tagged art, charlotte kidd, Christina Kruse, dustin yellin, exhibition, group show, Hunter Barnes, James Salomon, Jamie Diamond, Jane Moseley, Jeff Fichera, Jesse Langille, Joey Frank, John Gordon Gauld, Long Island, new york, Nir Hod, Old Stone Boys Club, Paige Mead, painting, Rebecca Schiffman, Rosalie Stone Morris, Salomon Contemporary, Water Mill, wilmot kidd IMK Jewelry will be available at Arts & Leisure, a pop-up store in Los Angeles (Aug 6- 28) featuring all New York designers, curated by Erin Krause and Chrissie Miller. I had not known that YSL went on to design pieces inspired by Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Bonnard (one of my all-time favs), Léger, and Van Gogh as well as Pop Art and African Art in general.
Arts & Leisure, August 6 through 28, at Space 15 Twenty, 1520 N. A Tagged alejandro cardenas, Alex Olch, Andrew Kuo, Anthony Titus, a NYthing, Brian Belott, Carlton De Woody, Casey Neistat, Charlotte Ronson, Chris Habib, Chrissie Miller, Dan Colen, Daryl K, David Salle, David Sherry, Donald Baechler, Dossier, erin krause, Francesco Clemente, Freemans Sporting Club, Gordon Hull, Greg Foley, Harmony Korine, IMK jewelry, Interview Magazine, Isabel Penzlien, Jack Greer, Kon Trubkovich, Leo Fitzpatrick, Lesley Arfin, Lindsay Thornberg, Matt Keegan, Matthew Cerletty, Matthu Placek, Mirabelle Marden, Nate Lowman, Olaf Bruening, Pamela Love, Printed Matter, Proenza Schouler, Reverend Jen, Richard Hell, Richard Kern, Richardson Magazine, Rogan, Rogan Gregory, Ross Bleckner, ryan mcginley, Sam Falls, Scott Olson, Seth Price, Sophomore, Suno, Tara Subkoff, Terry Richardson, The Journal, The Lake and Stars, Three as Four, Tim Hull, Tucker, United Bamboo, V Magazine, Vena Cava, Wes Lang Check out the gorgeous Taylor Schilling, who is starring opposite Zac Efron in the upcoming movie “The Lucky One,” wearing two IMK Jewelry cuffs in the May issue of Nylon. From a NYTimes article at the time: “But I never compared myself with these artists — that would be pretentious,” said Saint Laurent.