ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2011-04-24

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Weird N' Kinky by JAKE YUZNA


CHRISHABANA A/W 11 COLLECTION - "Weird N' Kinky" from Narrative Films on Vimeo.

Jacques Dutronc Is Blue

Jacques Dutronc doesn't let a little rain damper on his parade as he sits in a striking pose on a rooftop in Paris, France. His impeccable blue suit, sans a neck tie, fits perfectly with the luscious backdrop.

Tune: Et moi, et moi, et moi

Tune: Dutronc L'opportuniste 1968

Tune: Les PlayBoys

Itsnotyouitsme Report 63: Things to Know

Photobucket "Designers Weigh In on Kate’s Dress: Jason Wu thought it was stunning, Issaac Mizrahi, flattering, Prabal Gurung, appropriate, Lela Rose, didn’t like the lace and Valentino was reminded of Grace Kelly." - via

Photobucket All You Need Is Love! - via

Photobucket Remember Rider Strong? AKA Shawn Hunter Of 90's teen comedy "Boy Meets World", - via

Photobucket Adweek’s Top Ten Most Influential Magazines. Plus, Joanna Coles Gets Editor of the Year: Joanna Coles, EIC of Marie Claire, is called the “anti-chic, anti-Anna” by AdWeek (and they mean it as a compliment.) Mags that made the list? Marie Claire, People StyleWatch, Cosmopolitan, and Vanity Fair, among others. No Vogue, though. *gasp* - via

Photobucket "Lara Stone Wants To Be an Evil Bond Girl: The gap-toothed, well-endowed model told WWD that she doesn’t really have acting ambitions, but she would totally be an evil Bond girl if asked." - via

Photobucket "The Mulleavy Sisters Share Their Secret LA Places: Looking for an alternative to LA tourist traps? Laura and Kate Mulleavy, California natives, list their favorite cool hangouts." - via

Photobucket This man has been charged 48 times for inhaling paint since 1992. Get s day job man. - via

Photobucket From Infants To Super Stardom! A Look In Between. - via

Photobucket Steven Tyler Covers People Magazine. - via

Photobucket About to pop any day now, the beautiful singer Pink runs errands. - via

Photobucket If you couldn't get enough of Gary Busey's hysteria on Celebrity Apprentice, well sink your teeth on his next upcoming project. - via

Photobucket The Beckhams Land In England To Attend That Rather Low-Key Nuptials Coming This Weekend. - via

Photobucket "Watch the Trailer for L’Amour Fou The documentary about Pierre Berge’s relationship with Yves Saint Laurent opens in NYC on May 13th and in select cities on May 20th." - via

Photobucket Countdown To The Met Ball. - via

Photobucket "Ellie Goulding to Perform at the Royal Wedding Reception: Kate and Wills have chosen the Brit pop star to serenade them after the nuptials with a version of Elton John’s Your Song." - via

Photobucket "PPR’s Luxury Goods Brands Are Doing Really Well: Gucci for example saw double digit sales increases this quarter." - via

Photobucket "Margaret Thatcher’s Fearsome Handbag Could Get $165,000 at Auction: It’s not Jane Birkin’s Birkin, but apparently the former PM used to scare the crap out of people with this thing." - via

Photobucket "Olivier Rousteing Confirmed as New Designer at Balmain (and Also He’s Hot): He’s been Decarnin’s right-hand man at Balmain since 2009, and spent five years at Roberto Cavalli before that. We can’t speak to his design talent yet, but he certainly is easy on the eyes. Paris just got a bit more picturesque." - via

Photobucket "Muammar Gaddafi, Style Icon?: Apparently, the Libyan leader believes that his wardrobe should get a retrospective at the Met, and that his personal style has influenced celebrities such as Michael Jackson." - via

Photobucket Asian Models Rising Like The Phoenix! - via

Photobucket "Inspiration Dior" Exhibit Opens Thursday in Moscow: The retrospective at the Pushkin Museum features pieces from Dior’s 64 year history alongside paintings by artists like Toulouse Lautrec and photographs by Richard Avedon and Man Ray." - via

Photobucket "Chinese Millionaires Can’t Get Enough of High-End Fashion: By 2020 Chinese consumers will buy more than 44% of the world’s luxury goods." - via

Photobucket "Jeff Bridges, living screen legend, is about to dive into the world of the living dead. There, he'll meet the Sexiest Man Alive according to People Magazine." - via

Photobucket "Steve Carell Leaves ‘The Office’ After 7 Seasons." - via

Photobucket "Decades Two to host McQueen flash sale: Did Kate’s dress put you in the mood for some afternoon McQueen? Yes? Or is it the upcoming Met ball honoring McQueen that has you craving his designs. In any case, you’re in luck: Decades Two is hosting a flash sale to pay homage to the designer from May 5 at 10 AM PST until May 8 at 10 AM PST." - via

Friday, April 29, 2011

The Strokes' Jullian Casablancas Goes Buddy Holly!

My main man of all men,The Strokes' lead vocalist Julian Casablancas will be singing the title track off the upcoming Buddy Holly tribute album 'Rave On'. The tribute album will celebrate the 75th birthday of the Rock and Roll legend who tragically died in a plane crash on February 3, 1959.

Other tribute artist on the compilation will include songwriting recluse Fiona Apple, Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine, Zooey Deschanel's She & Him and NYC legend Patti Smith.

I am super-duper ecstatic and looking forward to hearing Julian's take on Buddy Holly's Rockabilly classic due in stores on June 28 but in the mean time check out the original track below.

‘Rave On Buddy Holly’ Track Listing:
1. ‘Dearest’ – The Black Keys
2. ‘Every Day’ – Fiona Apple & Jon Brion
3. ‘It’s So Easy’ – Paul McCartney
4. ‘Not Fade Away’ – Florence + the Machine
5. ‘(You’re So Square) Baby, I Don’t Care’ – Cee Lo Green
6. ‘Crying, Waiting, Hoping’ – Karen Elson
7. ‘Rave On’ – Julian Casablancas
8. ‘I’m Gonna Love You Too’ – Jenny O.
9. ‘Maybe Baby’ – Justin Townes Earle
10. ‘Oh Boy’ – She & Him
11. ‘Changing All Those Changes’ – Nick Lowe
12. ‘Words Of Love’ – Patti Smith
13. ‘True Love Ways’ – My Morning Jacket
14. ‘That’ll Be The Day’ – Modest Mouse
15. ‘Well…All Right’ – Kid Rock
16. ‘Heartbeat’ -The Detroit Cobras
17. ‘Peggy Sue’ – Lou Reed
18. ‘Peggy Sue Got Married’ – John Doe
19. ‘Raining In My Heart’ – Graham Nash

Hunt&Gather by Chris Haylet & Leila Bani

Hunt&Gather dedicated its latest issue to Oliver Welton, all photographed and styled by Chris Haylett and Leila Bani, respectively. The two editorials take on an extraterrestrial theme, with "The Boy Who Fell To Earth" and "Mad About The Boy", featuring items from Acne, Gaspard Yurkievich, and Raf Simons. Courtesy of -

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