Monday, August 25, 2014 Role Model: Eyeliner Evolution
Audible differences aside, women in music have long had at least one thing in common: Eyeliner—and lots of it. From the theatrical to the streamlined, music’s most memorable women have always been sporting heaps of the smudgy stuff. A few decades ago when there was no HD and nothing short of setting yourself on fire would get you spotted from the nosebleed section of a stadium-sized show, painted faces were one of he best ways to make a visual impact while performing. Here, we cover the best in rock ‘n’ roll eyeliner with both classic and contemporary musical muses, some of which you may have caught at FYF this past weekend.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Role Model: Anais Pouliot
Anais Pouliot is well seasoned in the way of campaigns. From Louis Vuitton to Emporio Armani, to Sonia Rykiel and Carven, everyone wants Anais to rep their duds—including us. We couldn’t think of anyone more perfect for our denim campaign than the sultry French Canadian, who was sure to bring her signature spirit and versatility (and who was totally game to jump in a kiddie pool in bell bottoms) to our L.A. shoot. Read on to learn a little more about one of our favorite new faces.
Friday, August 8, 2014 Role Model: Tallulah Willis
Tallulah Willis is one half of our new favorite blog, The Clothing Coven. But today, by way of Refinery29, we’re watching her take her clothes off instead. It’s all part of Stylelikeu‘s “The What’s Underneath Project,” a video series that interviews stylish individuals on subjects beyond brands. As Stylelikeu puts it, the series is about “fearless spirit, not mere clothes.” Watch Tallulah open up about body image, confidence, and why unattainable imagery can go fuck itself.
Thursday, June 19, 2014 Role Model: Gals Of Summer: Gabby Datau
Gabby Datau isn’t easy to label. The Los Angeles native is a freelance graphic designer by trade, but she spends her free time making all sorts of cool stuff: including clothing, collages, and music (her father is a musician and Datau has been in bands, from “shoegaze garage to surf rock to sludge/stoner metal to hardcore punk” since high school).. The 23 year old studied music in high school and art at prestigious college Cal Arts, where she studied graphic design.” When I was in school, I was mostly interested in typography, gender constructs, and music experiments,” Gabby says when asked about her art style. She’s currently working on design work out of a studio downtown with her best friend, and also making noise and electronic music on her own. We asked the brainy beauty a few questions about her work and inspirations.
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Role Model: Jeneil Williams
It ain’t easy being a swimsuit model, but when Jeneil Williams stopped by our studio, we were super inspired by her badass confidence and you-can-do-anything attitude. The 22-year-old model relocated to NYC from Jamaica after being discovered at a pageant in 2007, and we were lucky enough to chat with her about the secrets to success—and how she got that killer bod.