Click it – or don’t (III)by Josef Mayerhofer · written on April 18th, 2010 · lies diesen Eintrag auf Deutsch
First things first: The plan has worked. Eva and Kris have made it to the O.K. Festival to admire many beautiful magazines and if they hadn’t made a side trip to Amsterdam we would be reading their trip report here already. We stay-at-homers could also look at interesting things. Unfortunately, only on the screen:
- Time to have a DVD evening again: Karl Lagerfelds “Story Of Fashion” triology is now avaliable on a more up to date medium, and I suspect it’s worth the $ 49.99 (€ 36.99). But one thing you have to tell me, dear Arthaus-people: Why not in HD? Conclusion: Just wait until we have reviewed for you and look at the trailer now.
- The award for the “blog post of the wek goes” to Kat George, woh tells us in the face, what she thinks of make-up. And she also hates brushing her hair. Very likeable.
- Wikipedia says that fitting models are used to test clothing on “real” people. And indeed, 39th and Broadway shows an interview with surprising insights into the world of models with size 6-8.
- Elle Espana makes Lagerfeld Goofy. But to be honest: Goofy does not have a step so determined. (Fashion Designers Get A Disney Makeover.)
- But now, away from fashion, because we have other things on our minds. This week we hat discussons about the iPad version of CIRCUS. Paul M. Davis has been thinking about the opportunities and risks of this publication channel for independent publishers. And we will continue to rack our brains on this. iPad news here hopefully soon.