Another week, another 70s-80s counter culture documentary. This time it’s Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a very inspiring snapshot of the early 80s New York art scene, looking at the community of artists, writers, musicians and graffiti artists around the rise of Jean-Michel Basquiat. (more…)
Gucci Westman’s capsule beauty line, Westman Atelier has (almost) landed and the FT has the lowdown on it (sub req). Make-up artist Westman says, “I believe there’s space in the market for a luxury beauty brand that speaks to wellness and integrity. We almost exclusively just use clean, plant-derived ingredients, but everything is also really . . . chic.”
By ‘almost exclusively’, she concedes that on occasion she has included a synthetic ingredient rather than compromising on a beautiful product or super-effective technology. (more…)
This month marks 50 years since the student uprising in Paris. Throughout May 1968, the streets were ablaze with impassioned demonstrations from locals calling for a new, less conservative society. Agnès b was one of them, a young modern woman who used her doorless Mini Moke to ferry injured protesters to hospital.
Today, she has marked the anniversary with a special tee. (more…)
Loving the sound of Richemont’s new brand, Baume watches, a millennial-minded offer that riffs off its recently acquired watch company Baume & Mercier. Marketed as an entirely separate entity, the association with the luxury Swiss line won’t do it any harm. (more…)