Wear comfortable clothes that you would always wear. Look at places like the concession stand or in the life guard seats, in the water surfing, or playing games on the sand. But if you are just getting tired of the long distance and still want to make things work with your partner, there are other ways to handle that. Turn on a movie or music to break the awkwardness and that could bring up music, favourite celebrities, favourite movies etc. Here are a few all-purpose samples: (1). Prepare your material ahead of time. Find social groups and events where your mate might spend time, and where there are likely to be plenty of conversations with each of the people involved. Your perception--as well as theirs--has merit, and is worthy of your appreciation and attention. How to Dating asian free dating a Bad Boy. And if you think we don't believe you when you say we are perfect your wrong, well we might not believe you but we appreciate it more than you know. Good grooming, pleasant manners, and making the most of yourself are important aspects of maintaining your attractiveness.
Maxime Ballesteros / Entre Chien et Loup

Entre Chien Et Loup

22.08.2014 | Art | BY:

Entre Chien et Loup is a new online exhibition from French photographer Maxime Ballesteros. Named after that special time of day, just before night, where things start to melt together, where the familiar becomes unknown and the lines between domestic and wild, comfort and fear blur together.

Known for his provocative images, Maxime likes to capture the most intense and beautiful aspects of life – the climax of a party, sex, and a fair amount of high heels and leather. This online collection is no different.

Entre Chien et Loup is available to view until 5th October 2014 at hauserandhauser.com

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Thames & Hudson to Publish YVES SAINT LAURENT


21.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

Yves Saint Laurent will be celebrated in a photography tome set for release in October. The latest photography book, published by Thames & Hudson, paints a dazzling portrait of the famed designer and his world of fashion, captured by legendary backstage fashion photographer Roxanne Lowit.

As the pioneer of ready-to-wear and ‘Le Smoking’, Saint Laurent was, and still remains, one of the most influential designers of all time. Some of his haute couture collections won raves, while others sparked controversy, but they never failed to stir conversation, inspire trends, and point to the future. This publication gives us a look into the backstage world of YSL with contributions from his muses and admirers, including Catherine Deneuve, Lucie de la Falaise, Betty Catroux, Jacqueline de Ribes, André Leon Talley and Valerie Steele, as well as an introduction from Pierre Bergé.

Yves Saint Laurent will be released October 27th. 


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Twin Picks: Black Boots

Twin Picks: Black Boots

20.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

We’ve entered the dog days of summer, and with that comes the realisation that it’s time to start trans-seasonal dressing. One item that finds itself in every girls wardrobe is the black ankle boot. A fashion staple perfect for the changing weather, one that will help you stomp your way into the depths of winter. So if you can’t bare to look at those last season booties, here are four ankle styles to help you start the new fashion season off with your best foot forward.

Jil Sander Ankle Boots, £570, thecorner.com & Yang Li Platform Chelsea Boots, £825, ln-cc.com

Block Heel Leather Boots, £135, cosstores.com & Miista Roberta Perplex Heeled Boots, £90, coggles.com

Featured image from ln-cc.com

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19.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

New York-based label BLK DNM is hosting a six week, Autumn/Winter womenswear Pop-Up store at Harrods lauching Monday 1st September. Started in 2011 as a creative project by Johan Lindeberg, BLK DNM reflects his true taste and lifestyle: “I wanted to build a brand with a voice, to build the BLK DNM culture through images and to work contrarian to certain industry standards, using streets as the runway.”

Having photographed all the BLK DNM campain’s, Lindeberg’s imagery will decorate the space at Harrods. Muses such as Caroline de Maigret, Gisele Bundchen, Anja Rubik and Arizona Muse amongst others, have fronted the brands’ Wild Poster campaigns. “With Harrods, we can reach an international audience, and showing my own photographs among the product in the pop-up, we can explain who we are, reflecting the BLK DNM culture and lifestyle,” says Johan Lindeberg.

BLK DNM is available in select global retailers in more than 30 countries, in addition to a BLK DNM store in NYC and Stockholm. BLK DNM e-commerce will launch in Fall 2014.



Evening In Space

18.08.2014 | Music | BY:

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Say Lou Lou – Lucid Dreaming

15.08.2014 | Music | BY:

Say Lou Lou have announced the release date for their debut album, Lucid Dreaming. Out February 2nd 2015, the Australian/Sweedish Twins are keeping us in suspense, but in the meantime their new single Games For Girls is now available to stream online. Produced by fellow-Scandi Lindstrøm, the track is a seductive electro-disco number, following on from previously released songs Maybe You, Julian, Better in the Dark and Everything We Touch. 

After a summer of festival appearances, Say Lou Lou will be performing in London at a headline show at Heaven on December 4th 2014. Tickets go on sale today, August 15th and are available from livenation.co.uk.


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EDIT The Brand


14.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

EDIT started off as a contemporary consept store in Hong Kong. However, inspired by their clientele, the founders decided to start a ready-to-wear brand to match their style and fashion perspective, launching just in time for Pre SS15. With an eclectic mix of feminine and street-wear, EDIT’s first collection is full of wardrobe staples, day-to-night go betweens and bold statement pieces, all in reasonable price-points (everything retails at under £250), giving us the perfect addition to any modern girl’s wardrobe.

Having impressed the womenswear buyers at Liberty, you will find the tomboy cool meets high-end feminine label in the British store come October. We can wait.


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Elizabeth Aaron - Low Expectations


13.08.2014 | Literature | BY:

Anna-Marie Fitzgerald and Phoebe Frangoul are the co-editors and co-founders of the London grrrl-zine and literary salon Pamflet. Here they discuss the releases, trends and going’s on in the literary world worth knowing about. Follow them on Twitter and Instagram @Pamflet.

Pamflet stay close to home with summer reads set around London, Cambridgeshire and Bristol…

Low Expectations by Elizabeth Aaron (Quercus, £6.99) is proper summer froth to enjoy while supping on a plastic tumbler of home-prepped sangria in Victoria Park. Loosely plotted around the final year of university student Georgie’s fashion degree, we join her as she marauds around east London with her two best friends Rose and Sarah never quite knowing where she’s going. Low Expectations is full of observational comedy and cameos from some familiar locations and is cutely illustrated by Aaron who has a background in fashion design.

Anna Freeman’s debut novel The Fair Fight (Weidenfeld and Nicholson, £12.99 hardback) is about to join that sparse canon of women writing on boxing – and the even sparser canon within it of women writing about women boxing. There’s some rich material around girls throwing punches for sport and Freeman mines it beautifully, vividly inventing Bristol’s 18th century underworld and colouring it with some with historical humour and lots of local vernacular. Her tale of unlikely pugilist Ruth who grows up in a brothel before taking to the ring is reminiscent of early Sarah Waters (who’s already a fan).

On the non-fiction shelf the just-released Unspeakable Things (Bloomsbury, £12.99 paperback) is a fierce polemic against all kinds of gender-pigeonholing and an exposé on the perils of online living for outspoken women by feminist journalist and campaigner Laurie Penny. Here, as in her previous work, Penny manages to combine theory with intense personal commentary and is never less than fearlessly honest. She was as articulate as ever in conversation with Mary Beard last month in London and will be missed when she heads off to Harvard this autumn.

When Cambridge academic Helen Macdonald‘s father dies suddenly, she seeks solace in her lifelong passion for falconry and H is for Hawk (Jonathan Cape, £14.99 hardback) is her memoir of the post-traumatic experience. Distraught and flailing, she buys a baby goshawk she names Mabel to train and finds comfort and routine in the all-consuming nature of the bird/mistress relationship. Descriptions of the psychic despairs of her grief are tempered with some exquisite wildlife writing as she contemplates the lines and connections between (wo)man and beast and traces the archaic, masculine and mysterious history of hawk-training. In Macdonald’s perfectly considered words as she’s getting to know Mabel, her feathers make her look like a ‘cappuccino samurai’ and soon ‘it was hard to distinguish between my heart and the hawk at all’. Unusual and incredibly moving.

Glossy book of the summer: Why Fashion Matters (Thames and Hudson, £9.99 hardback) is a list of 101 reasons why clothes, the industry and style make a difference by Frances Corner, the director of LCF. A cool manifesto for flicking through that it’s rather hard to disagree with.


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Nike Womenswear Pop-Up

12.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

Twin contributor Robert Storey has designed the new Nike womenswear pop-up in New York. The space is broken into distinct areas that include pro bra, train, run and live. Running with the designs within the collections, the space focuses on symmetry and bold colour schemes of blue, green, pink and orange. You’ll also find an all-white gym for lucky visitors to work out whilst trying on the merchandise, as well as a fitting room for bespoke sports bra measuring.

Nike Womenswear Pop-Up - Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10013



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The Re-Issue Project

11.08.2014 | Fashion | BY:

In collaboration with MyTheresa Calvin Klein Jeans is revisiting nine of the brands iconic 90′s designs. The Re-Issue Project focuses on denim dungarees, logo t-shirts, a denim shirt and hoodie. Fronting the project is Kate Moss’s little sister Lottie. It was the Calvin Klein campaign of the 90′s that secured Kate as a top model, we wonder if this modern day version do the same for Lottie Moss.

Keeping the next generation theme running, Michael Avedon photographed Lottie in the campaign. Michael is the grandson of Richard Avedon, who shot Brooke Shields in the groundbreaking 1981 Calvin Klein Jeans campaign. Avedon has said that, “Lottie truly represents the essence of the Calvin Klein girl. Intriguing innocence with utter beauty – it was wonderful to photograph this beautiful young lady!”

Shop the collection at mytheresa.com

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