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What are the state of affairs in punk music right now? What still needs to be worked on?
This morning, we had the pleasure of losing our radio virginity with the first installment of the new PAPER Radio show on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM network, featuring some major guests. On this episode, we caught up with YouTube superstars The Rhodes Brothers and the matriarch of the Kardashian Klan, the one and only Kris Jenner.
Change is afoot at London Fashion Week, with the British Fashion Council show space moving from its iconic Somerset House venue to Brewer Street Car Park in Soho. The schedule has also been given a shake-up, with a host of new designers and presentations on the schedule. Here, we pick ten of our favorite designers/shows to watch.
Now in her third season, Goddard has built a cult following for her whimsical taffeta gowns, handcrafted prom dresses and super sweet candy ruffles. Delve through the tulle layers though and Goddard's teen dream remix packs attitude, as does her girl gang of supporters which includes Björk, Phoebe Collings-James and sister Alice Goddard, as well as Dover Street Market, who snapped up her most recent collection. Last season, she threw a naked art model into the mix, so we're curious to see what theatrics are in store for her first on-schedule presentation.
Samantha McCoach's punked-up modern interpretation of the Scottish classic references British subcultures and the '80s club scene. The name itself is so-called after the legendary Soho Club -- a Blitz Kids hangout lined with tartan wallpaper. The Scottish designer, who previously cut her teeth at Fred Perry, manages to walk a fine line, which sits somewhere between your grandmother's closet and punk anarchy, blending patchwork plaids, neon hues and handcrafted classic silhouettes.
Since graduating from Central Saint Martin's in 2013, Sadie Williams has built a reputation for her innovative approach to textiles, splicing chevron stripes, pop colors and metallic foil prints with lashings of Lurex. Think raglan sleeves, glitter applique and Pierre Cardin Space Age references and you're halfway there. Now in her second season at LFW, William's presentation promises craft-heavy minimalism and retro sportswear references.
Fashion East has long been heralded a melting pot of emerging talent and this year is no exception, with a stellar line-up including Richard Malone and This Is The Uniform, alongside returning designer Caitlin Price. Malone, who was awarded the prestigious LVMH Scholarship last year, is known for his distinct padded silhouettes, gingham prints and retro stripes, inspired by his heritage and upbringing in rural Ireland.
Marta Jakubowski's block color collections champion nineties minimalism and androgynous tailoring. With a CV that reels off Jonathan Saunders, Hussein Chalayan and Alexander Wang, she is noted for her fabric-heavy stark silhouettes and surrealist touch. Her masculine collections are underpinned by a lingering sex appeal, achieved through unexpected skirt slits, and exposed skin.
Returning to fashion week with a prestigious LVMH string to her bow, Faustine Steinmetz is known for her laboriously hand-woven, rugged denim and inventive fabric manipulation (last season, she coated her jeans in silicone). The Parisian-born designer works with sustainable fabrics and recycled yarn to create her intricate denim-led collections, always placed within an equally intriguing installation space.
Craftsmanship sits at the helm of Danielle Romeril's collections, which encompass an otherworldly take on elegance crafted from plaid, plastic, lace and leather. The devil is in the details for the Irish designer; look out for intricate fringing, slouchy pockets and subtle prints across skirts, dresses and T-shirts, as romance and rebellion collide.
1205 is London's most coveted cult label, founded by Paula Gerbase in 2010. The brand champions low-key, high-quality classic cuts, rooted in old school Savile Row discipline, where the designer trained for many years at Hardy Amies. Signature pieces include pleated wool trousers, crisp shirts and marl dresses, in a neutral color palette of white, grey and navy, and acts as a moment of welcome calm amidst the chaos of Fashion Week.
Hill & Friends
The greatest heavyweight on this list perhaps, fashion is no stranger to Emma Hill, former creative director for Mulberry, credited for giving the brand IT girl status, and changing its clientele forevermore. Her new venture is a collaboration with Georgia Fendley, former brand director for Mulberry, and looks set to harness a similar distinctly British, Made in England vibe, putting the fun in function like only Hill knows how.
Knitwear designer Helen Lawrence was plucked by Lulu Kennedy in 2014 to join the ranks at Fashion East. Showing off-schedule this season, she will continue her exploration into inventive and unconventional knitwear methods, with past collections boasting pop candy color palettes, deconstructed patterns and a rich tapestry of textures. She has previously worked with Alexander McQueen and Mark Fast, as well as good friend Craig Green.
Why technological objects? Did you intentionally market this toward techno-fetishists? Did you feel like there was a gap in that market?
You also have a publishing imprint for this work, right? Can you talk a little about that? Is there any new talent you're trying to discover etc.?
Originally supposed to be a feature in Interview, according to the duo it was left unprinted because the magazine wouldn't print it unedited. So they subsequently sat on it until Oyster published an edited version last week (that's since been taken down), which Hynes said was "fully edited and censored," adding that, "[they cut] out everything to do with race and my past that I discussed, which was not easy for me to do. Why? So they can have another bullshit piece to add to the noise of the internet?" Which is valid, seeing as how he shared personal stories about things like getting illegally arrested, bullied for not "acting black" and having his passport taken away in the process. Like, what?
Some wags have opened a Blue Oyster Bar on Vladimir Putin's plot of land on Åland and dressed as gay workmen. Genius pic.twitter.com/CGNkFpPe5V-- Escape To Suomi (@EscapeToSuomi) September 15, 2015
Chillest Donkey of the Week: This Donkey! Dude is on planet Good Vibes. Where are his flip-up his sunglasses? -Elizabeth
Most Da Fuq New York Fashion Week Beauty:Thom Browne's awesome skyscraper braids. Brown never lets you down when it comes to extreme runway makeup looks (remember the Elizabethean clowns?) and these cuckoo-crazy, gravity-defying coiffures were no exception. --Elizabeth
Best Quote of the Week: This one, from our incredible, must-read Q&A with tech-erotica writer Leonard Delaney. --Elizabeth
Best New Gay Bar: A Swedish hip-hop duo named Far & Son just built a gay bar on land owned by the Russian presidency in protest of the country's crackdown on gay people. The whole Village People thing is just an added bonus. -- SS
What would fashion week be without the fashion week parties? Come nightfall, that's when the real catwalk comes alive, amid a bass-heavy flurry of champagne, live performances, celebrity guests and rarely a canapé in sight. So buckle up and prepare for the ride, as we unveil the guest lists worth fighting for at London Fashion Week.
WHAT: Versus Versace After Party
EXPECT: There ain't no party like a Versace party, and this weekend Donatella is throwing an almighty blow-out to celebrate Versus's debut at London Fashion Week. Expect A-list guests, live performances and a decked-out, glammed up venue, as Versace's naughty, rocky little sister lets loose on the capital. Dress code: sexy, black, asymmetrical.
WHERE: Victoria House Basement, WC1B
WHEN: Saturday, September 19th at 9:30pm
RSVP: Invite Only
ODDS YOU'LL BE ABLE TO SNEAK IN: 15-85
WHAT: Louis Vuitton Series 3 -- Past, Present, Future launch
EXPECT: The highly-anticipated Louis Vuitton Series 3: Past, Present Future exhibition launches on Monday in London at Somerset house with an immersive, multi-sensory experience that retraces Nicolas Ghesquière's A/W15 collection collection for the French fashion house. In true Vuitton style, the exhibition will open with a cocktail and gala party, where revellers can break it down inside an otherworldly geodesic dome against the backdrop of curated glass cabinets, stately white sculptures and Juergen Teller's campaign photography.
WHERE: 180 Strand, WC2
WHEN: Sunday September 20th; cocktails at 7:30pm, afterparty at 9:30pm
RSVP: Invite Only
ODDS YOU'LL BE ABLE TO SNEAK IN: 25-75
WHAT: Simone Rocha Store Opening Cocktail
EXPECT: Simone Rocha will be toasting her new home on Mount Street with a celebratory cocktail over fashion week. The slick new boutique is certainly worth raising a glass to, but just watch out for the artwork: the store is punctuated by impressive sculptures and wall hangings, including a Francis Bacon triptych and a glazed ceramic chandelier by Los Angeles artist Pae White, alongside a series of decorative pieces created by Rocha herself.
WHERE: Simone Rocha boutique, 93 Mount St., London, W1K 2SY
WHEN: Sunday, September 20th, 7:30-9:30pm
RSVP: Invite Only
ODDS YOU'LL BE ABLE TO SNEAK IN: 35-65
We at PAPER can't stop thinking about the blockbuster Marc Jacobs show Thursday night at the Ziegfeld Theater. The über-glamorous défilé was chock full of sequins, feathers, and stars (both the shapes and the people). Our favorite part of the latter category was singer-songwriter Beth Ditto, who made an unexpected appearance on the catwalk in a floor length embellished gown. That got us thinking about other celebs and models who have made surprise appearances on the catwalk over the years -- here are a few of our favorites.
1. Madonna at Jean Paul Gaultier, Spring/Summer 1995
2. Alexa Chung at Chanel, Spring/Summer 2014
10. Kate Moss at Alexander McQueen, Fall/Winter 2006
14. Kendall Jenner at Marc Jacobs, Fall/Winter 2014
I can't imagine it being all that fabulous being a model. Sure, you look gorgeous and there's the fame. And you could have sex with Leonardo DiCaprio. But you have to weigh 50 pounds, wear ludicrous outfits, and prance up and down runways looking fierce in front of bored fashionistas. And then you're all washed up at 30! But I love models in movies. And in honor of Fashion Week, which launches today in London and then moves on to Paris, I've made up a list of 10 of my favorite model movies:
Michelangelo Antonioni's film is really about a fashion photographer (David Hemmings) in swinging '60s London, but there's this scene where he gets into this intense modeling session with the gorgeous, leggy, Russian super model Veruschka that is unforgettable. It's exaggerated, sexy, and fun. Everything fashion should be.
Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? (1966)
Photographer William Klein's dark satire is about a model from Brooklyn (Dorothy MacGowan) who takes Paris by storm. Grayson Hall (of "Dark Shadows" fame) plays the editor of Vogue in this visually surreal, witheringly sardonic, film. This was impossible to track down for years but is out now in a lovingly restored DVD box set "The Delirious Fictions Of William Klein" from Criterion.
A real howler of a film starring Diana Ross as a young would-be-designer who claws her way from the slums of Chicago to the top of the fashion game. There have been lots of fun fashion show scenes in movies but the Kabuki-themed one here is a riot. Anthony Perkins plays a demented photographer who forces Ross to model wildly in a car traveling at 100 miles an hour at the end.
Eat Your Makeup (1968)
A bizarre and funny early John Waters film about a deranged woman (Maelcum Soul) and her henchman (David Lochery) who kidnap women and force them to model themselves to death out in the woods.
Puzzle Of A Downfall Child (1970)
Jerry Schatzberg's film is about a model suffering a nervous breakdown and it's got a really sensational performance by Faye Dunaway in the lead. It's also the kind of movie you could never make now. So why the hell is this film not out on DVD?
Angelina Jolie gives a harrowing performance as super model Gia Carangi, charting her heady rise and dizzying fall into drugs and an early death. This made-for-TV movie surprisingly packed a punch.
Dumb (but guiltily enjoyable) comedy about Derek (Ben Stiller), a vapid male super model who is brainwashed to kill the prime minister of Malaysia. The runway "walk-off challenge" between Stiller and his arch model enemy Hansel (Owen Wilson) is pretty damn funny.
Chasing Beauty (2013)
Insightful and fascinating documentary by Brent Huff dissecting the world of modeling with interviews with designers, models, agents, photographers, even plastic surgeons.
Blood & Black Lace (1964)
Wildly influential thriller by Mario Bava about a mysterious, black-gloved, killer murdering fashion models in Rome. Bava's exaggerated use of lurid colors and inventive lighting was ripped off by many other directors but still remains unparalleled.
Funny Face (1957)
Director Stanley Donen borrows fashion photographer Richard Avedon's eye for the look of this exquisite musical about a girl who works in a bookstore (Audrey Hepburn) who is transformed into a famous model by a photographer (Fred Astaire). Kay Thompson is fabulous as the head of a fashion magazine and her "Think Pink!" number is sublime. Perfection.
Drake's crowd work sucks. [ToddDracula]
A 98-year-old does the whip/Nae Nae dance from the "Watch Me" music video on his birthday. Except he calls it the "Whip Mayonnaise," which is even better. [TastefullyOffensive]
Hans Solo putting Kim Davis on thug-level blast. [Mlkshk]
Or shouting indistinguishably to the garbage truck drivers about being a "tax payer." [AfternoonSnoozeButton]
3:30 a.m. bar scene. [Mlkshk]
A new Key and Peele blooper reel, featuring the line "I'd still jam my fork in your roast beef." Gonna miss this show so much.
She's not someone's sister, someone's daughter, someone's mother: She's her own fucking person and she pops it when she wants. [FYeahDementia]
De'nesha Diamond, THE DUCHESS. [FYouNoFMe]
Steven Colbert introduces you to his new lifestyle brand, and his living woods. [TheLateShow]
When you burn the fuck out of someone in a work email and then sign it 'best.' [Mlkshk]
Very important video of a chill af baby donkey in a hammock. This is what we came here for, internet. [TastefullyOffensive]
Has he asked you to get a meal together yet? Then move on. [AfternoonSnoozeButton]
When all the girls get together and everyone could get a sitter short notice! [Mlkshk]
Don't ever take sides with anyone against the family. [Mklshk]
Have a great weekend! [FYeahDementia]
Finally, the not-great-looking historical movies about gay pride can grace our theaters! The first trailer for Roland Emmerich's Stonewall is here, and it looks... fine? The movie uses an invented handsome white dude named Danny (Jeremy Irvine), who looks like he goes from a naive, suburban boy to an aggressive, confident activist. At least we've moved far enough along that a reasonably expensive-looking historical drama about gay rights is actually kind of boring. Besides, Ron Perlman looks like he'll be great as Ed Murphy, the shady manager of the Stonewall Inn itself.
Update: The trailer for the movie has -- rightly -- come under fire for whitewashing the moment of the Stonewall riots. particularly by making the focus of the film a conventionally attractive cis white man. Emmerich has responded to the accusations on his Facebook page, which you can find here. He's clearly concerned with "getting it right" and doing justice to the story -- and it's possible that the trailer was cut to highlight the story in a way supposedly acceptable to mass audiences -- but that doesn't negate the importance criticism.
The original version of the post lauds the fact that this movie is being made at all, but that is certainly not the only way of approaching the issue, and likely not (entirely, at least) the correct one. There is a more than valid, vital perspective on the mainstream success of the gay rights movement that sees it as, at least in some respects, a sad thing. Hopefully, Stonewall does right by as many of the people present at the original riots as possible, and hopefully it is not the last time the story is told on film.
Greatest Horological Offense: This two-faced monstrosity, because maker Nico Gerard apparently believes that no one should have to face the plight of deciding whether to put on a Swiss timepiece or an Apple Watch in the morning (and also that somebody would be willing to shell out $9.2k+ for this thing). -- Victoria Lin
Most Ridiculous Clean Eating Product: Whole Foods'"asparagus water," a.k.a. $5.99 bottles of, well, three stalks of asparagus sitting in water. We're not sure what you're supposed to do with it or why anyone would want it -- Whole Foods reps have variously claimed that you're supposed to drink it or that it's "broth," but we're still not sure it isn't just a social experiment to test the gullibility of the health-obsessed millennial consumer -- but someone, somewhere, will probably buy it. -- V.L.
Worst News about One Direction: Not even the release of a new single and the news that former member Zayn Malik is back on the market can make up for this one. Louis Tomlinson confirmed Tuesday on Good Morning America that he is, in fact, going to be a father, breaking the hearts of every one of his 20 million Twitter followers (and ours as well). -- V.L.
Best Magazine Cover (Other Than Ours, Of Course): We present to you, without comment, this image of Idris Elba smoldering at the camera. (On a more serious note, the cover is Maxim's first without a woman -- a big step for the lad mag and an indication of their reinvention under new editor-in-chief Kate Lanphear.) -- V.L.
Worst Friends Alum Project: As part of a public art project called Sing Chicago, the Bean -- an iconic Chicago sculpture perhaps most famous for appearing in this Kanye West music video -- will be voiced by none other than David Schwimmer, who apparently will creepily call your phone and dump a lot of information on you. -- Eric Thurm
Best Surprise Rap Album: After many, many, many years of rumors and scrapped versions of Detox, Dr. Dre has finally released a new album for, of all things, the N.W.A. movie, Straight Outta Compton. It's actually really good, contrary to what you might expect -- maybe the best musical surprise in a while. -- E.T.
Best Surprise Rap Album, Collab Edition: The Chance the Rapper-Lil B mixtape, which is still extremely confusing and awe-inspiring in the way only a religious object can be. Bow down, because the Based God is here. -- E.T.
Best Internetification of Donald Trump, Besides Deep Donald:This image. "He shout his butthole clean off" will have us laughing through Monday. -- Elizabeth Thompson
Best Artist X Sports Team Cross-over We Did Not See Coming:Jenny Holzer t-shirts are now for sale on the Dallas Cowboys' website. Her Truisms series was beamed onto the AT&T Stadium's massive video screen in 2009 (art-collecting Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his family are Holzer fans) and six years later Holzer merch is, awesomely, weirdly, available for purchase alongside Cowboys beer koozies . And for sale! A sense of timing is the mark of genius. Or something. -- Elizabeth Thompson
Timbaland first worked with Aaliyah when he and Missy Elliot co-produced most of her second album, One in a Million, and the three became close friends and frequent collaborators. This year, Timbaland produced a remake of the album's title track for rising singer and rapper, Tink. The original tune, was at the top of the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for eight weeks in 1996 t0 1997, reports Billboard.
True Detective, season two is finally over. Poor Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, and Taylor Kitsch are all good actors, but had their talents squandered on dialogue that was apparently so opaque it requires several thousand words to even mostly explain. Showrunner and bear Nic Pizzolatto has taken a perhaps slightly unfair amount of criticism. After aggressively painting himself as a "brooding, tortured masculine artist" and lashing out at the mere hint of reasonable criticism, he'd primed critics (and many TV fans) to respond negatively to the new season, which theydidwithglee.
Or, if not glee, at least a certain sense of righteous satisfaction. Time and intellectual space are limited, and in a medium with so much innovative material and where even network executives admit to content overload, everyone has to spend their nights writing and thinking about a bunch of brooding, boring cops created by a guy who consistently tells everyone who great he is? No one planning to seriously write about True Detective should have decided to bury Pizzolatto going into the season, but it's not surprising that he gave himself a much higher standard of quality, and, accordingly, not surprising that even The New York Times made a merciless video asking fans to try to explain just what was going on with this season (spoiler alert: they failed).
But the season isn't without its defenders, even when they have to go to kind of unreasonable lengths to do so. Writing for The Daily Beast, Marlow Stern claims that the reputation of this season will be rehabilitated in a few years. He argues:
Whether by design or not, Pizzolatto has created a tremendously entertaining, campy neo-noir that will, years from now, be celebrated as a cult favorite. Where else can you see Tim Riggins play a closeted gay biker cop who pops Viagra to sex women, the chatterbox from Swingers ripping out a 400-pound pimp's gold grill with pliers, Regina George slicing-and-dicing an orgy security guard, or Colin Farrell threatening to butt-fuck a small child's father on his family's front lawn with his mom's headless corpse?This may well be true, but it's also one of the most damning types of praise imaginable -- suggesting that the show stumbled so badly that, many years in the future, it will be treated as a sort of prestige TV version of The Room, something so bad that college students will get really stoned and laugh at its sheer overwrought insanity. "Did anyone actually think this was good in 2015?" they will ask.
If that's the case, then maybe Pizzolatto's best bet is to go all-in on True Detective season three as an intentionally campy, insane, melodramatic piece of trash. And since it's never too early to restart a new round of True Detective fantasy-casting memes, we sat down and asked ourselves: Who should be in the balls-out, admittedly-terrible version of True Detective season three that, as of now, exists only within the minds of our fellow humans on the internet? Some possibilities:
Hugh Grant, Zac Efron, and Morgan Freeman
Grant plays the embattled older cop trying to give young hotshot rookie Zac Efron (who is also his son) a good experience for his first day on the job. Cult leader Morgan Freeman, who has built a religious community on a shared love of jazzercise, has other ideas.
True D moves into sci-fi in this extended remake of the "Bad Blood" video, starring Stewart and McKellen as aging freedom fighters (and mostly-true detectives) in a space dystopia trying to find the secrets of a brilliant young inventor who could undo the past (Swift).
Everyone Who Has Ever Played the Leader of the Losing Crew in a Dance Movie
This one is just a classic revenge story, with a fantastic soundtrack of early '00s jams.
The Original Cast of The Real Housewives of New York
Countess LuAnn, O.G. Saved by the Bell PA Bethenny Frankel, Ramona Singer, Jill Zarin and Alex McCord back together again and ready to stare wistfully across some water (because this season is a locked-room murder mystery and also it takes place on a fishing boat off the coast of Alaska). Just admit it. You would watch this. And love it.
The Tune Squad
If we're going to get a Space Jam 2, let's get it with a little existential misery thrown in.
While Drake and Meek Mill fight over some petty shit, Future's Dirty Sprite 2 has stealthily become the full album of the summer, and one of the strongest rap releases of the year. Partly, that's because of his strength of personality, leading to an aggressively devoted following -- even when Future does kind of sketchy stuff, the glee and zeal of his fans makes it hard to stay mad at him. So naturally, the possibility of an entire DS2-themed wedding made the internet very, very excited.
Sadly, the couple, Donovan Livingston and Lauren West-Livingston, claim that the theme of their wedding was an accident. In an interview with USA Today, the pair say that the color gradient was unintentional (combining each of their favorite colors), but that once the DS2 cover art had been unveiled, they decided to make a program for the wedding that used the art and took the form of a track list.
That's pretty cool, except that the newlyweds apparently only played one Future song at their wedding ceremony. Sure, it was "Fuck Up Some Commas," but they couldn't even throw in "March Madness" for everyone who showed up for the wedding? Seriously? It hardly seems like an imposition on their special day. (Admittedly, Future fans are never satisfied.)
Still, even if Livingston and Livingston-West didn't intentionally get their diamonds from Africa, they can still ride off into the sunset knowing they had the best, most fortuitously timed wedding ever. Most importantly, when they have children who are old enough to ask where they came from, the parents can look mad lovingly into each other's eyes, and after that, turn back to their lil one and proudly and honestly say: #FutureHive.
The Kardashians have successfully made themselves ubiquitous pop cultural figures, so famous that pretty much anything they do is noted. But is it too much? Is it just too difficult to keep up with the Kardashians? One brave Florida man took a stand, crying aloud on his FOX 35 local news show that he did not want to talk about chemtrail enthusiast Kylie Jenner's rabbit, Bruce. "I'm having a good Friday, so I refuse to talk about the Kardashians today," he yelps, practicing a level of self-love and care that would make Kim proud. "it's a non-story," he cries, turning it into a story.
First they say I'm too skinny so I have to be faking it...Now they say I'm too big so I have to be faking it...SMH! Some days I'm photographed before I eat & look smaller, some days I've just eaten & I look bigger. It's all a part of the process. I think you all know me well enough to know I would document the process if I got a surrogate. Everyone's body is different, every pregnancy is very different! I've learned to love my body at every stage! I'm going to get even bigger & that's beautiful too! I'm blessed to even be pregnant & even luckier to not have preeclampsia as far as I know, so I don't have the swelling issue this time! They also say your body carries a boy different than a girl! Whatever the case may be I'm grateful to God for this miracle & no matter what rumors or comments you throw my way this time they truly don't affect me! #NoFilter #NoPhotoShop #GoodLighting 😜
Lexi, 19 is whiter than a Donald Trump rally in a snowstorm https://t.co/LNSypAYgZ7-- Glen Coco (@MrPooni) August 11, 2015