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The Hot List: November 2009

MAGAZINE – Glossy Magazine // Glossy Magazine is a free, online magazine where “style, celebrity and pop culture” meet. Based out of London, the magazine is overflowing with editorials, interviews, trend alerts and more. The just-released fourth issue has exclusive interviews from bloggers like Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes, Danny Roberts and The Sartorialist. This magazine is definitely one-to-watch!


The Hot List: November 2009

MAGAZINE – Glossy Magazine // Glossy Magazine is a free, online magazine where “style, celebrity and pop culture” meet. Based out of London, the magazine is overflowing with editorials, interviews, trend alerts and more. The just-released fourth issue has exclusive interviews from bloggers like Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes, Danny Roberts and The Sartorialist. This magazine is definitely one-to-watch!

IDEA – Naomi Campbell & Talenthouse // Supermodel Naomi Campbell is working with the new website Talenthouse.com, the leading platform for creative collaboration. Naomi has set two Creative Invites; open-calls for submissions to her projects. Her projects are to find the next international model and to find the next great fashion photographer. Get to it.

FLASHBACK – My So-Called Life // Did you need more proof that that the 90s were back? My So-Called Life, the fleeting series that followed the lives of several teenagers at Liberty High School, is available for free on Hulu.com. If you were too young in the nineties to follow the trials and tribulations of Angela, you can now catch up on all nineteen episodes.

BOOK – My Wonderful World Of Fashion // Billed as an “interactive coloring book for fashionistas of all ages,” My Wonderful World of Fashion is a bit of a dream. Filled with inspirational quotes, historical facts and more, all wrapped up in a selection of illustrations by Nina Chakrabarti, all you have to do is sit back and get creative. You can join-the-dots or just color-in the designs. It’s all down to you.

FASHION – Maya Hayuk for Ray Ban // Brooklyn artist Maya Hayuk is the latest artist to pair with Ray Ban for their Artist Series. The collaboration, which involves putting together a custom-designed Wayfarer, benefits the charity OneSight. Hayuk is known for her vibrant designs and these hand-painted sunglasses are no different. Available at Sunglass Hut.

FASHION – Love Bites By Wildfox Couture // “Boys will come and go,” the girls say, “But vampires are forever.” The creative forces behind the Wildfox Couture brand have put together their Fall 2009 collection, Love Bites, telling the story of two girls, bored of LA, who feel a raging hunger at night. Why? Because they became vampires in 1674. You might be feeling like the vampire-theme has run its course but Wildfox Couture know how to make anything seem fresh.

FASHION – Jimmy Choo for H&M // The much-anticipated Jimmy Choo for H&M collection is set to launch on November 14. Given that the H&M website is setting out instructions for how to shop the collection, it’s safe to say that they anticipate a large crowd of shoe-hungry women. It’s time to brush up on your poking skills. In the meantime, FabSugar have a sneak preview of the collection (yes, every last item).

STATIONERY – Moleskine 2010 Daily Planner Box Set // The Moleskine notebooks were used by famous artists of the 20th century, including Van Gogh, Matisse and Hemingway. The brand has grown over the last ten years to include diaries/planners. For 2010, they have put together a colorful box set that features a new daily planner for each month of the year, plus a gift box that keeps the twelve planners safe and sound. Trust us, once you use Moleskine you never go back.

FASHION – Made Her Think // Made Her Think is a New York-based jewelry company designed by Meredith Kahn. Made Her Think is inspired by art and history, including Mexican folk art and the Victorian era. Their newly-released Black Label Collection is now live on the website, featuring oversized rings and knuckle dusters.

COLLABORATION – The Selby & Nike // Todd Selby has been working with Nike 6.0 on a series of photographs, watercolor paintings, videos and interviews, showcasing top athletes in their own environments. Selby traveled as far as Tahiti to get the shots and the work will be part of Nike 6.0’s ad campaign.

12 Comments

  1. Bonnie

    November 2, 2009 at 7:10 PM

    I CANNOT wait for Jimmy Choo for H&M! 🙂

  2. Bonnie

    November 2, 2009 at 3:10 PM

    I CANNOT wait for Jimmy Choo for H&M! 🙂

  3. Jennifer

    November 2, 2009 at 8:58 PM

    This all looks so FABULOUS! Thanks for the head’s up!

  4. Jennifer

    November 2, 2009 at 4:58 PM

    This all looks so FABULOUS! Thanks for the head’s up!

  5. janka

    November 2, 2009 at 9:43 PM

    I love your site thank you so much <3

  6. janka

    November 2, 2009 at 5:43 PM

    I love your site thank you so much <3

  7. Andrea

    November 2, 2009 at 10:10 PM

    Such a fan of Wildfox Couture and totally agree that the Love Bites collection is fresh, not just another redundant play on the vampire theme.

  8. Andrea

    November 2, 2009 at 6:10 PM

    Such a fan of Wildfox Couture and totally agree that the Love Bites collection is fresh, not just another redundant play on the vampire theme.

  9. Miss Neira

    November 3, 2009 at 12:16 PM

    I’m anticipating seeing the jimmy choo h&m collection up close! I cant wait!

  10. Miss Neira

    November 3, 2009 at 8:16 AM

    I’m anticipating seeing the jimmy choo h&m collection up close! I cant wait!

  11. Frederik Hermann

    November 4, 2009 at 3:02 AM

    Thanks a lot for the support and post, it is highly appreciated!

    The basic concept of Talenthouse is to to provide unique project/job opportunities to the global creative community of designers, artists, actors, musicians, models, photographers, film makers etc … we call these projects “Creative Invites” where an artist or brand invites the Talenthouse community to collaborate on a professional piece of work, essentially an open call for submissions from a global community of creatives.

    There are lots of more projects on http://www.talenthouse.com

    Have a look, participate and let us know about your feedback.

    Cheers, Frederik

  12. Frederik Hermann

    November 3, 2009 at 10:02 PM

    Thanks a lot for the support and post, it is highly appreciated!

    The basic concept of Talenthouse is to to provide unique project/job opportunities to the global creative community of designers, artists, actors, musicians, models, photographers, film makers etc … we call these projects “Creative Invites” where an artist or brand invites the Talenthouse community to collaborate on a professional piece of work, essentially an open call for submissions from a global community of creatives.

    There are lots of more projects on http://www.talenthouse.com

    Have a look, participate and let us know about your feedback.

    Cheers, Frederik

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