ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2013-12-01

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Little Mix Make X Factor Move

British four-piece girl group Little Mix have hit states side with their infectious 90's tinged "Move" of the album Salute. Better known as the finalist from XFactor UK these 4 great dames may just be the all female group to bring back what Destiny's Child created over 10 years ago!

Are you ready to Move?!

Friday, December 6, 2013

Behind The Scenes Of Victoria Secrets Dazzling Costumes

Those angel wings dont come easy. Check out the behing the scenes video of how the Victoria Seceret Fashion Show grand costumes get from sketch to dazzling in this short but sweet clip.

o you ever feel like some of your best work gets done right before it’s due? Same goes for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Sure, the team has been working their well-toned tushes off for months before the Angels hit the runway, but sometimes, it’s that last minute magic that really brings the whole thing together.

In this third and final installment of Victoria’s Secret‘s ‘Creating A Collection’ series, we see the passionate artisans behind the scenes put the finishing touches on some of the fashion show’s most memorable looks — including Lindsay Ellingson‘s architectural snow queen corset (constructed entirely via 3D printing), Karlie Kloss‘s stunning second-skin bodysuit, Adriana Lima‘s sexy embroidered Brit getup, and Constance Jablonski‘s hand-crafted feathery angel wings.

As designer Barak Stribling explains, “For someone who makes clothes, [doing the VS Fashion Show is] the ideal job, because you can make one thing — one piece of art — and then it’s out there, and it’s somebody else’s from that point on.”

Tune in to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Dec. 10 on CBS to see the Angels — and their custom couture lingerie creations — in action.

Jackson and His Computerband: G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up) By Mrzyk & Moriceau

Its a plethora of genitalia in this animated feature from Mrzyk & Moriceau. You will never look at a females naughty bits the same.

An anonymous female protagonist takes on a phallic army in Mrzyk & Moriceau’s erogenous epic for Jackson and His Computerband. Taking new single “G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up)” as their starting point, the French directing duo worked with a team of five animators for two months to create a chimerical world of sexual fantasy for the Warp Records-signed multi-instrumentalist.

Born Jackson Fourgeaured, the Parisian released his second album Glow in September after an eight-year gap—the long player comes complete with guest vocals from Berlin-based disco absurdist Planningtorock and singer-songwriter Mara Carlyle. “We had no brief; we showed him a storyboard and he said ‘Go,’ he let us totally free,” says Jean Francois Moriceau, one half of today’s featured creative pair whose CV includes videos for similarly outré Gallic stars Air and Sébastien Tellier. “We love Jackson’s song, so the ideas came very fast. We wanted something sex-gore-bizarre, so created this faceless girl fighting against penises that appear from everywhere.” The explosively charged narrative takes in Manga influences and the duo’s trademark pop eroticism, while also providing, as Moriceau opines, a comment on misogyny and female empowerment. “Of course you can see the power of feminism in the film,” he says. “But firstly, we want to entertain.”

Jackson and His Computerband: G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up) on

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Why Harry Styles Deserves the British Style Award Win

He's been on our radar for  quite awhile for 1, he's very easy on the eyes and 2, he has great personal style and knows what fits his physique.

On Monday night, Harry Styles beat out the likes of Cara Delevingne and Kate Middleton to win the British Style Award, and certain people — I like to call them “haters” — grumbled that he didn’t deserve it.

Well, those people are dead wrong.
Okay, so putting Harry Styles in a category voted on by the public isn’t exactly fair — after all, One Direction’s seemingly infinite fans really know how to come out in droves. Still, that doesn’t mean that Styles doesn’t have, well…style.

 Check out the entire write up over at

Sylvester Ulv Covers the Japan Issue of 160g

 The Japan Issue–160g magazine returns to the scene with a new issue inspired by Japan. For their cover boy, 160g enlists model Sylvester Ulv. After a cover story for the Parisian edition and Chinese edition of Numéro Homme, the seasoned model connects with photographer Emmanuel Giraud and fashion editor Benjamin Armand for a striking outing that makes a visual impact with red, black and white. Courtesy of -

Nans Vierne for Harper’s Bazaar Men Turkey

 Luxe Outing–Photographer Cihan Öncü captures luxe fall/winter 2013 fashions for the December edition of Harper’s Bazaar Men Turkey. Collaborating with stylist Hakan Bahar, Öncü photographs model Nans Vierne in a chic wardrobe that takes him from dressing gown to dashing outerwear. / Hair by Tayfun Kaydok. Makeup by Sam Araji. Courtesy of -

Eli Hall Embraces the Spring/Summer 2014 Tribal Trend for Luisaviaroma

 Totemic Instinct–Luxury retailer Luisaviaroma looks forward to the spring/summer 2014 season with an early look at one of the biggest design moments, the tribal trend. Imagining modern tribes, labels from Dolce & Gabbana to Givenchy embrace a graphic attitude for the season. Capturing exciting new looks, photographer Alessio Bolzoni and stylist Carmel Imelda Walsh come together with model Eli Hall for an inspiring shoot. / Hair by Simone Prusso. Makeup by Luciano Chiarello. Courtesy of -

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Simon Sabbah Sports Dior Homme Fall/Winter 2013 for 160g

Shadow Fighter–Parisian fashion label Dior Homme snags another dedicated editorial this season with an inspiring feature lensed by photo team Karine & Oliver. Shot for the latest edition of 160g magazine, Simon is outfitted by fashion editor Benjamin Armand, taking to a scenic beach with the fall/winter 2013 collection designed by Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche. Courtesy of -

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Kate Moss Covers Playboy 60th Anniversary Issue

The iconic Kate Moss makes the 60th Anniversary cover of another iconic entity; Playboy Magazine. Inside the magazine Miss Moss discusses her life of modeling from the age of 14 and what she does to shelter her personal life from the eyes of the world.

Our Diamond Girl—In 1953 Hef launched Playboy with borrowed money, the unforgettable face of Marilyn Monroe and a mission to entertain the American male. Next month we celebrate 60 years of doing just that, and in true Playboy style, it's going to be one hell of a party. We're kicking off the festivities with the world's most famous supermodel—and the most anticipated pictorial in recent memory. Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Kate Moss reminds us why she—and the Rabbit Head—will forever be iconic.

On trying to have privacy: “I don’t want to hang my dirty laundry out for Hello! and for people to know all the ins and outs of my life… I don’t get why it would be interesting. I’m not that different. And also, now with Instagram and everything, everyone’s so on their phones that even when I’m in a restaurant like this, where you wouldn’t expect it, someone will come up and ask to get a picture with me. I’m like, ‘No!’”

On what would be in her signature cocktail: “Well, I have a friend at the Hemingway Bar at the Hotel Ritz in Paris, an English guy called Colin. I’ve been staying at the hotel since I was 17, and I’ve spent a lot of time in the Hemingway Bar. So my drink is the French 76, which is vodka, lemon juice, and sugar topped up with champagne. Love! Two of those and you’re like, ‘Oh, life is amazing!’ It’s heaven.”

On if she ever envisioned another life for herself: “No. I was, like, a child when I started. I was 14. If it hadn’t happened, I don’t know what would have happened to me. I would be in Croyden [the neighborhood south of London where she grew up], working in a bar, probably. I wanted to be at the center of things. I love working with creative people, and there was none of that where I came from. As soon as I was given a chance I took it.” Courtesy of and justjared.

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