Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Minimalist spring style, modeled by Nadja Bender and photographed by Honer Akrawi for the latest issue of Eurowoman magazine. More from the same shoot here.
(via fashion gone rogue)
Brought together by a shared interest, architects Federica and Vittorio Bottoli have created a home that reflects their love of art, installations, sculpture and photography. Their apartment in Mantua, Italy in a building that belongs to Federica's family has been altered to accommodate both their home and work lives — originally two apartments on the same floor, they joined the two together, keeping one area for their offices and the other for the personal space they share with their sons Arturo and Tazio. Personal touches such as their art collection and antiques add warmth and and intimacy to their home — one where they truly enjoy spending time. More here at Milk Magazine.
(photography by gianni basso)
Last Saturday was the opening of the huge David Bowie Is exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London — and it's definitely going to be one of the blockbuster art shows in Europe this year, with a record pre-sold 40,000 tickets. Phaidon has an interesting two part interview with show co-curator Geoffrey Marsh, Director of Theatre and Performance at the museum — read it here. The exhibition itself runs until August 11 2013.
Shown here is a rare outtake from photographer Brian Duffy's 1973 shoot of David Bowie for the cover of Bowie's album Aladdin Sane, on view at the V&A show and also included as a print along with the limited edition book Duffy...Photographer 2011, available from Vintage Seekers.