Posts Tagged ‘dazed’

Designer Spotlight, Footwear, Heroes and Celebrities

Which do you prefer? Lanvin’s trainers or Kanye’s kicks for Louis Vuitton

By admin on January 26th, 2009

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44% of you thought Kanye West‘s mullet was bad, but what do you think of his trainers? West recently designed a pair of trainers for Louis Vuitton, The 808s and Heartbreaks star spoke to Dazed Digital about his inspiration for the design: “They’ve got a sci-fi influence with this flap up at the back. It came from a scene in ‘Dune’ where there was this jacket with a huge collar. Also Japanese pop art.” He also said: “I’m a walking billboard but to be able to now create something from scratch is amazing.”

But how do they compare to Lanvin‘s trainers? Do you prefer the 80′s nostalgia and sportswear chic of the LV/Yeezy pair or the mix of materials and subtle colour matching of the Lanvins? Jump and tell us what you think in our poll…

[Source: Dazed Digital, Materialiste]

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Clothing, Entertainment, Heroes and Celebrities

First Day Fetish… Luke Worrall’s Heels

By Will Reid on July 14th, 2008


(Image Source: Nicola Formichetti)

The Farlex Free Dictionary decrees that Monday is “the second day of the week, and the first day of the working week.” That latter part means that for most of us, it is a ridiculously depressing day of hellish tasks and grumpy peers.

So why not add a dash of excitement with these pictures from the August 2008 issue of Dazed & Confused. From the title editorial, itself entitled ‘Dark Magic,’ I present to you Luke Worrall in high heels and other pieces of women’s clothing.

Read on for all the pics.

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Heroes and Celebrities, News

Fazed & Amused!-Joaquin Phoenix, January 2008

By ShinyMedia on December 14th, 2007

JoaquindazedcoverFrom our guest blogger intern Will:

Dark, dramatic and
ever-so slightly threatening, this month’s Dazed & Confused cover is sure
to stand out on the shelves. Joaquin Phoenix plays cover model and with the
creative Midas-touch of new creative director Nicola Formichetti, the New Year
looks set to start with a fashion-friendly bang. Inside, we have a photographic
portfolio featuring work by Terry Richardson, Oliviero Toscani and others as well as an editorial shot by Matt
Irwin. The theme of both is ‘Nostalgia,’ a trend echoed across the magazine
rack at the moment and seen in W magazine’s new Hilary Swank cover which, with
its paper-thin slip dress and grunge-like simplicity, is 90s-inspired.

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