Wednesday, 25 May 2016


Marlon Teixeira and Benjamin Eidem model casual fashions from H&M.Marlon Teixeira goes casual in a sweatshirt, cotton shorts and a cotton cap from H&M.Marlon Teixeira wears sweatshorts with a Cuban collared short-sleeve shirt from H&M.

Philipp Plein’s men's pre-fall 2016 collection.

Filip Hrivnak fronts Philipp Plein's pre-fall 2016 menswear outing.Filip Hrivnak embraces white in a leather outfit from Philipp Plein's pre-fall 2016 collection.Philipp Plein wears a leather look from Philipp Plein's pre-fall 2016 collection.Filip Hrivnak is front and center in a denim and leather jacket from Philipp Plein's pre-fall 2016 collection.Filip Hrivnak rocks a red and black leather moto jacket from Philipp Plein's pre-fall 2016 collection.


when music was music .....

Kate Hudson covers Shape US June 2016

Veronique Branquinho | Fall Winter 2016/2017

Chiara Ferragni covers Numéro Tokyo July/August 2016

as bloggers go ... Chiara is leaving us way behind .... ive done covers, spreads etc and so has the likes of Bryan Boy but this chick is leaving us way behind .....

Oh did you realise I'm one of the biggest bloggers also .... google me ... I mean! they way I get treated ..... front row to standing .....

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Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Exceptional conductor receives award from German watchmaker, Glashütte Original

During the evening of May 6, 2016 Andris Nelsons was awarded the 13th Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward in the lounge of the Dresden Music Festival, in an exclusive setting. The

Latvian conductor, honored in part for his contribution to making classical music more accessible, received the award following his concert with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in

the Frauenkirche Dresden. The concert was one of a great many artistic highlights that saw

the Dresden Music Festival and Glashütte Original celebrate "Time" together, this year's Festival theme.


Prior to the award ceremony the orchestra performed the moving Max Bruch composition “Kol Nidrei“, with Festival Director Jan Vogler as soloist on the cello, in the festive atmosphere of the Frauenkirche Dresden, under the direction of Andris Nelsons. This was followed by Gustav Mahler's 9th symphony. The international audience enjoyed an unforgettable evening – as did the prizewinner himself:

“I am so honored to receive this prestigious prize from Glashütte Original and the Dresden Music Festival. I strongly believe that music is a fundamental right for human beings, a food for our souls as I have often said, and its value cannot be held highly enough. Classical music must be accessible for communities and people of all ages, and it is incredibly important that we keep encouraging audiences - both our beloved supporters and newcomers - to experience music making as much as possible. I am so honored to receive such a prize, also together with the Boston Symphony, in recognition of our special focus of enhancing accessibility to classical music – something we hope very much to build on, and I must say we all individually must keep striving to do more. To this effect, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and I are so excited to be back in Europe and share our deep passion and commitment directly with the wonderful audience in Dresden!”  The internationally renowned conductor, born in 1978 in Riga, has been Music Director of theBoston Symphony Orchestra since 2014 and will become new Gewandhauskapellmeister of theGewandhausorchester Leipzig from the 2017/18 season. The Glashütte Original Music Festival Prize honors not simply Andris Nelsons's sensitive interpretive power, but his commitment to making classical music more accessible and to supporting emerging musicians, as well.


Jan Vogler, Director of the Dresden Music Festival, noted:

“Andris Nelsons, who is from Latvia, enjoyed his first musical successes in Germany and the USA and is now responsible for leading two traditional orchestras, both among the most renowned, internationally, into the future. He motivates and inspires many young people all over the world to assume responsibility for an international world community that with education, culture and art points the way to humanism and peace.”


The Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward, valued at 25,000 euros, has now been awarded for the 13th time. Again this year the much-desired trophy was made by two students at the manufactory's own “Alfred Helwig“ watchmaking school. Previous winners of the prize include such renowned artists as Gustavo Dudamel, Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Hélène Grimaud, Hilary Hahn, and the fado-singer Mariza. The prize honors international artists who are exceptional in terms of both their talent and their commitment to the younger generations.  Support for emerging talent is of particular importance to the Saxon watchmaker, also a great believer in the value of teaching and handing on traditional arts to young people:

“Every year the Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward honors an artist whose music not only moves a cross-generational international audience, but who also invests a considerable amount of time and energy in helping talented young people. The transmission of knowledge involved in this effort, and a passion for an art rich in tradition, are essential criteria in the selection of the prizewinner. For this reason, and to underscore the importance to Glashütte Original of support for young people and for the maintenance of tradition, the Prize is crafted every year by two apprentices at our Alfred Helwig School of Watchmaking," said Yann Gamard, CEO, Glashütte Original.

Monday, 23 May 2016

Priyanka Chopra wears atelier Versace

For the 2016 Billboard Music Awards,  Priyanka Chopra chose to wear Atelier Versace.

Priyanka Chopra was gorgeous in an Atelier Versace gown from the Spring 2016 Atelier Versace runway. She wore a bright blue gown with daring thigh high slit, rouging detail in the front and a single black strap across the back with cable-like attachment detail at the shoulder. 


For the billboard music awards after party Madonna chose to wear this custom metallic and silk tuxedo jacket and flared trousers from Burberry 


Brooklyn Beckham graces the lasted cover and little Romeo gets a look in too ... Well done boys you really do prove that talent extends to who's P***y you come out of ... 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

I'm not bitter I'm just feeling for models who have started from the bottom and still not there .... I'm old skool and really do and still believe that little saying prove yourself not your parents self and name 

Can't wait to see what the younger ones will become .... Prime minister??


For her performance at the 2016 Billboard Music awards which she performed a tribute to the later superstar Prince ... Madonna chose to wear custom Gucci with Miu Miu boots ... Styled by none other than Bea Åkerlund ... Check out the pictures below I'm quite fortunate to get these as myself and Bea follow each other on social media 

Bea doing the last minute touches to the ensemble ... Which for me was one of Madonnas best looks so far this year  

Ariana Grande wears atelier Versace

For the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, Ariana Grande chose to wear Atelier Versace.

Ariana Grande was flawless in an Atelier Versace gown from the Spring 2016 Atelier Versace runway. She wore a black and blue gown with geometric embroidery and cut out and harness details throughout, complete with a thigh-high slit.


Host of the 2016 Billboard music awards CIARA was not in givenchy for once and chose to wear this barely there metallic gown from PHILIPP PLEIN fir the red carpet 


This weeks most wanted goes to the Alhambra bracelet from Van Cleefs & Arpels way up there on my wish list .. The one shown is in white .. Mother of pearl but I want the black Onyx model ....