ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2014-02-23

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Video Premiere The Faint - Help In The Head

Post Punk revivalist The Faint have returned after a 6 yeah hiatus with the upcoming 5th studio album Doom Abuse on SQEMusic. All original members - Todd Fink, Jacob Thiele, Dapose, Clark Baechle are set for a winter tour in support of the album and the single "Help in the Head" and we are ecstatic!

Below check out the Tim Nackashi directed video for the hard new tune.

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Sigrid Agren: Perfume Nymph

Super model Sigrid Agren is mythical in a short film by Santiago & Mauricio.

The Supermodel Channels Her Inner Deity for Santiago & Mauricio’s Feverish Film

“I imagined myself as a surreal creature: a kind of fairy who could move through space with elegance, almost taking flight with every step,” says Sigrid Agren of her mythological role in a pulsating short from sibling directors Santiago & Mauricio. The pair cast the French-Swedish model in a vintage Rodarte gown, and describe the film as a “moving human painting,” taking visual cues from William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Mannerist art, and the work of the Pre-Raphaelites. Agren, who has just walked the FW14 runways for Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci and has fronted campaigns for Céline, Chloé and Prada, used a trampoline to assist her leaps—showering the set with glitter in the process. The title, Sillage, originated as a term used by perfumers to describe a scented trail from a fragrance wearer: “Scent is one of the most powerful and primitive of senses as it is directly connected to our inner animal,” muse the directors and regular NOWNESS contributors, whose piece marks our fourth anniversary. “It’s something that hangs in the air intangibly, and just as you begin to get a fix on it, it’s gone.”

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Paloma Faith Is A Front Row Girl

Our little dove Paloma Faith is everywhere to be seen this week as she lands front row at the Vivienne Westwood Red Label Fall/Winter 2014-15 show in London as well as making he voice her heard promoting her latest single "Cant Rely On You."

 We can always rely on Paloma to be the character that she is!

Giorgio Moroder Lays Out Donna Summers Orgasmic Recording Session

Legendary producer Giorgio Moroder is giving us the behind the scenes magic on his ehrophic and orgasmic recording of Donna Summer's "Love To Love You" recording session back in 1975 via his Facebook today.

Just to make one thing clear about how the record was done: Donna was lying on the ground, we dimmed the lights, I could barely see her and she could barely see me behind the booth, then she started to moan, I let the tape run and it was just one take.

One take is all she needed and boy when you listen to the full 17 minute track by the end of it your gonna need a ciggie!


Naomi Campbell Makes Her Fall 2014 Runway Debut at Philipp Plein

'Cow Girl' Naomi Campbell has no age when it comes to doing what she does best - The Naomi Campbell walk!

While ’90s supe Naomi Campbell is far from retired, actual runway appearances from her are few and far between. Usually, she reserves them for special occasions, like one of Marc Jacobs’ spectacular Louis Vuitton shows (RIP), or Versace’s couture outing last summer.

This season, she made her runway comeback at young German designer Philipp Plein’s fall 2014 show in Milan Sunday evening, which was…unexpected. Plein is known for tapping big names — Lindsay Lohan starred in one of his campaigns, shot by Terry Richardson; Grace Jones performed at one of his shows and Alek Wek walked his runway (which was comprised entirely of black models) last season.

And while these celebrity appearances and spectacles have tended to make headlines, Plein’s clothes have not. He tends to favor a sporty, clubby look with a lot of studs. This season, for a collection Plein literally said was inspired by Dallas (Ring a bell?), the designer staged fire explosions, as well as a performance by Rita Ora. Campbell et al walked the runway in cowboy hats, distressed jeans and bedazzled cowboy boots. Suffice it to say, it was not all about the clothes.

So why, aside from money, did Campbell choose to walk for Plein? She starred in a campaign for the designer in 2009, so perhaps the two struck up a friendship. And we’re sure Campbell, who has been outspoken about the issue, was supportive of Plein’s decision last season to cast only black models.

The appearance has left of wondering if this is the last we’ll see of Campbell this Fashion Month. Think she’ll show up in Paris? - via

Jimmy Kimmel Announces Pregnancy On Ellen

Our favorite late night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel makes an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show to announce hes gonna be a daddy! Check out the name he plans on giving his yet unborn offspring in the laugh out loud clip below.

Alexey Galetskiy by David Roemer | OUT

 Russian model Alexey Galetskiy is photographed by David Roemer and styled by Christopher Campbell for OUT magazine, with hair and makeup by Erika Svedjevik. Courtesy of - Homotography

Tristan Perez-Godard by Kris Schmitz

 French model Tristan Perez-Godard (Red Model Management, NYC / StudioKLRP, Paris) is photographed by Kris Schmitz with hair by Glenn Baeck, makeup by Noel Inocencio and production by KStudio, 2014. Courtesy of - Homotography

Monday, February 24, 2014

Bedtime Stories by Ali Daniel Flores

 Mexican models Ever Stasiuk and Diego Garcy are photographed by Ali Daniel Flores in 'Bedtime Stories', an editorial inspired by fetish, voyeurism and duality. The story is styled by Victor Olmos featuring fashion by Olmos & Flores, with makeup by Edgar Guareño and set design by Pau Garcia-Cubas.

The Popping Horror Picture Show

 Models Sebastian Sauve, Marc Frick, Linus Wordemann, Corinna Ingenleuf, Vita Kan and Aspen are photographed by Paul Bellaart and styled by Wiebke Bredehorst in the story 'The Popping Horror Picture Show' for the latest issue of Tush magazine, with hair by Dejan Cekanovic and makeup by Loni Baur.

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