ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2013-02-10

Friday, February 15, 2013

It's Lana, Ellie And Britney Bitch!

Three of our favorite girls were busy this week with new videos and a performance. Its all condensed below with a live performance from vocal bird Ellie Goulding on Jimmy Kimmel Live with a great version of "Anything Can Happen", Lana Del Rey with a Jaguar motor car sponsored video for her  iTunes only bonus track from Born To Die and Miss Britney Spears with another video for the remixed version of's "Scream And Shout" looking like a urban queen.

Anything Can Happen when you have a Burning Desire to Scream And Shout!

Lovefest: Kate & Katie

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at a Shoot for LOVE with Fashion’s Great Influencers Ms. Moss and Ms. Grand

Kicking off NOWNESS’ Valentine’s week celebration of all things romance, LOVE Editor-in-Chief Katie Grand casts a beguiling Kate Moss as a Pre-Raphaelite muse. Shot by the venerable Tim Walker and showcased here in an exclusive expanded edit, the belle époque scene’s floral accessories dominate the supermodel’s otherwise minimal wardrobe. Accompanied by handwritten passages from Angela Carter’s 1967 coming-of-age novel The Magic Toyshop, the result adds a blush of decadence to the current issue of Grand’s London-based brainchild.

Lovefest: Kate & Katie on

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Video Premiere Rihanna - Stay

 From Rihanna's seventh studio album Unapologetic here is the premiere of "Stay" featuring Mikky Ekko. The Sophie Muller directed video is raw and emotional and best described by Rihanna -

"The video was really, really simple. I pretty much stayed put in a bathtub, and we shot it really tight, really close. There's Mikky Ekko in the video as well. This is the first time I've ever collaborated with him, so I'm excited about that because he's actually the one who wrote the song and I kinda just fell in love with it so much and in love with the tone of his voice and we wanna keep him a part of it, so you'll see him in the video." The singer added, "It's a very emotional song and it's personal, so you just think about, it's almost like telling a story, and when you tell a story, even to yourself — if you're saying it out loud and expressing how you feel — it needs to be powerful because it needs to be authentic."

Stay With RiRi below!



Colorama–Sporting an eclectic wardrobe that mixes the designs of Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, Loewe and Burberry Prorsum among the others, French model Clément Chabernaud appears before the lens of Alfonso Ohnur for a colorful editorial published in Esquire Spain’s February 2013 issue. Focusing on the most appealing side of the summer collections, Ohnur beautifully captures Clément in graphic patterns, religious-inspired motifs, floral prints and obviously stripes, mixed and alternated with warm hues, neutral tones and classic shades in menswear. Courtesy of -


A New Mood–Photographer Joe Lai and stylist Giuseppe Magistro capture a story for Hunter magazine, featuring British model Reece Sanders. Inspired by a contemporary way to play with spring’s patterns and deconstructed volumes, Lai captures the 2Morrow model donning the designs of Burberry Prorsum and Rick Owens among the others, posing in a bare and unfurnished setting. Courtesy of -


Modern Fantasy–2Morrow model Michael Morgan appears in a striking spread that accompanies his cover for TenMag. Photographed by Omar Macchivaelli in dynamic studio images, Michael is styled by Gioele Panedda in pieces that come straight from the pre-spring and spring collections of the most prestigious labels in menswear. Donning designs from the likes of Moschino, Bottega Veneta and Salvatore Ferragamo, Michael unveils a wardrobe focused on different aesthetics, that have in common a modern and contemporary approach to dressing, combining sportswear with refined cuts, luxury fabrics and graphic patterns. / Grooming by Claudia Malavasi. Courtesy of -



Sport Meets Fashion–The latest issue of Essential Homme features a story lensed by Ivan Muselli, starring 2Morrow model Michael Morgan. Focusing on how sportswear influenced many spring/summer 2013 collections, stylist Ivan Bontchev assembles a wardrobe that plays with the versatile appeal of fashionable sportswear, combining hi-tech fabrics and details with more refined garments and outerwear pieces. / Grooming by Cristina Bertaggia. Courtesy of -

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Beyonce Covers March' Vogue

Beyonce poses for the cover of Vogue‘s March 2013 issue, on newsstands February 19 where she shares personal thoughts on her new life with her family.

On giving birth to her daughter Blue Ivy: “I felt very maternal around eight months. And I thought I couldn’t become any more until I saw the baby. . . . But it happened during my labor because I had a very strong connection with my child. I felt like when I was having contractions, I envisioned my child pushing through a very heavy door. And I imagined this tiny infant doing all the work, so I couldn’t think about my own pain. . . . We were talking. I know it sounds crazy, but I felt a communication.”

On her new family life: “I feel like I have something that has grounded me so much more. Family has always been important. I’ve always had my mother and my father and my husband. But it’s just… Life is so much more than… It’s not defined by any of this.”

On splitting with her father as her business manager: “My soul has been tarnished… My father taught me so much about being a businesswoman. And I’m understanding him a lot now… A lot of the crazy things he did were necessary.”

Gwyneth Paltrow on her gal pal: “When she is working onstage, she has more power than any woman I’ve ever seen. She would never say it and has never said it, but I feel she knows with every fiber of her being that she is the best in the world at her job.”

Video Premiere Melani Fiona - Wrong Side Of A Love Song

Melanie Fiona has released her 3rd single from her latest album The MF Life, the Grammy nominated "Wrong Side Of A Love Song." Just in time for Valentines Day the 2 shot video dissects the story of love.

Press play below!

Extra| Behind The Scenes of Wrong Side Of A Love Song

The Grammy's 2013

Sunday night in Los Angeles marked the 55th Grammy Awards ceremony, celebrating the best of music by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences recognizing outstanding achievement in the music industry such as 2 great tribute performances from Kelly Clarkson and a collaboration tribute by Bruno Mars, Sting, Rihanna and others. The Black Keys also rocked the LA stage with a roaring version of "Lonely Boy" with Blues rock legend Dr. John.

Catch the highlights below!


Bruno Mars, Sting, Rihanna & Ziggy Marley... by IdolxMuzic


Monday, February 11, 2013

Breakaway By Bruce Conner Ft. Antonia Christina Basilotta (Toni Basil)

Before you ever shouted out "...Mickey Your So Fine" American singer-songwriter, actress, filmmaker, film director, choreographer, and dancer Antonia Christina Basilotta or as we know her, Toni Basil was just another art student/muse seen below in a 1966 groovy and stylized art piece by American artist Bruce Conner.

The five-minute Breakaway shows Antonia Christina Basilotta (Toni Basil) shimmy, tease, gyrate, and luxuriate in various states of undress. The music, Ed Cobb’s “Breakaway”, the B-side of Basilotta’s first single, is a throaty pop-tune with low-brow mid-’60s “lib” lyrics (“I’m gonna break away from all the chains that bind, and everyday I’ll wear what I want and do what suits me fine”), a cross between Nancy Sinatra and Martha and the Vandellas. The song lasts two minutes and 30 seconds, after which the entire short, picture and soundtrack, runs backwards to the beginning. -via

Warp back and forth below!


Extra| "Breakaway"



Rockin’ Out–The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas is photographed and interviewed for the latest edition of Istanbul-based XOXO magazine. Photographed by Mark Williams and Sara Hirakawa, Casablancas maintains his rock roots with a leather jacket finished look styled by Marjan Malakpour. / Creative direction by Warren Fu. Grooming by Chevonne Moore. Photo assistance by Glenn Chivens and Daniel Hebert. Production assistance by Matt Salas, Tom Sirikulbut and Frank Fu. Courtesy of -

Geometry Evolved by Sharif Hamza | VMAN

The new 29th issue of VMAN magazine features the story 'Geometry Evolved', photographed by Sharif Hamza and styled by Tom Van Dorpe with models Malcolm De Ruiter, Bastian Thiery, Jamie Wise, Simon Van Meervenne, Florian Neuville, Pascal de Wolff, Jester White, Satoshi Toda, Pascal Bonvie and Dae Na. Courtesy of - Homotography

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