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MOMENTS | Artist Daniel Gordon, Dolce & Gabbana SS15, SBTRKT x Ezra Koenig “New Dorp. New York” Video, Beyoncé x Jay Z Perform “Young Forever” & “Halo” on HBO, Artist Pejac

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1. Check out artist Daniel Gordon’s sick 3D collages. Gordon cuts, pastes, folds and distorts pictures from the internet to create colorful 3D-like compositions. His work is on display at the Foam Gallery in Amsterdam.

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2. Dolce and Gabbana SS15 was Spanish matador to a tee but with “enough Catholic guilt to choke a pope”.  

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3. Watch as SBTRKT’s album cover comes to life in the video for their collaborative track with Ezra Koenig, "New Dorp. New York".

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4. Here’s a clip from Beyoncé and Jay Z’s HBO "On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z". You know, if you didn’t already watch it via someone else’s HBOGo.

5. Spanish artist Pejac just keeps creating amazing art. Pejac’s series of miniature window silhouettes interact with the outside world.

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[Photo sources: AnOther Magazine, Style.com, Pitchfork Media, Flawless Vevo, This Is Colossal]

MOMENTS | Marni SS15, Missoni SS15, Milan Fashion Week Runway References, The Replacements Cover the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back”, Artist Jeff Frost

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1. Marni is about to have its 20th anniversary, so it celebrated by combining the experimental, the graphic, and the ultra feminine for its SS15 collection.

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2. Missoni SS15 was pure sea-bound, summer romanticism.

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3. Dazed And Confused deconstructed the Milan Fashion Week shows, so take a look at this breakdown of references.

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4. Watch The Replacements cover the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back” during their reunion tour.

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5. Watch artist Jeff Frost’s Circle of an Abstract Ritual, a stop motion timelapse made from 300,000 photos of wildfires, painted houses, and riots.

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[Photo sources: Dazed and Confused, Purple Fashion, Dazed and Confused, Suicide Watch, This Is Colossal

MOMENTS | Prada SS15, Gemma Ward x Prada SS15, Disclosure x Schoolboy Q, James Blake x BBC Radio 1, Artist Hiroshi Senju Nightfall

1. MiucciaPrada’s SS15 collection “[revived] the beauty of incredible fabrics,” bringing together ‘70s folklore and Victoriana redux and full leather skirts.  

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2. Speaking of the Prada SS15 show, Gemma Ward opened the show, returning to the runway after a six-year hiatus. This almost feels like a #FBF.

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3. Listen to this remix of Disclosure’s “Latch” (ft. Sam Smith), now with lyrical contributions by Schoolboy Q.

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4. Then listen to James Blake’s latest set with BBC Radio 1. Blake shares an untitled song, as well as a remix of Outkast’s “International Player’s Anthem” with his song “Pembroke”.

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5. Artist Hiroshi Senju used acrylic and fluorescent pigments on Japanese mulberry paper to create luminescent paintings of waterfalls in his series Nightfall.

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[Photo sources: Dazed and Confused, Dazed And Confused, Pitchfork Media, Srhdult, My Modern Met]

MOMENTS | Louise Alsop SS15, Gucci SS15, Fashion Intern Problems LFW, Kendrick Lamar “i”, Meadham Kirchhoff SS15 Reject Everything Zine

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1. Louise Alsop SS15 was‘90s ratchet at its best. The collection gave us neon Baby-G watches, bandana tops, spaghetti straps and cornrows.

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2. The ‘70s aren’t about to quit either. The Gucci SS15 collection went full psychedelic groupie.  

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3. Your weekly dose of humor via Fashion Intern Problems. The infinitely amusing blog takes on London Fashion Week.

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4. Kendrick Lamar announced the first single, titled “i”, from his highly anticipated upcoming album.

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5. Here’s a fantastic analysis of the feminist, punk and queer culture fanzine, Reject EverythingMeadham Kirchhoff distributed at their SS15 show.

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[Photo sources: Dazed And ConfusedStyle.comFashion Intern ProblemsPitchfork MediaDazed And Confused]

MOMENTS | Peter Pilotto SS15, Thomas Tait SS15, Frank Ocean, Jose Gonzalez Covers Arthur Russell, London Design Festival

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1. LMVH winner Thomas Tait collaborated with artist Georges Rousse and made his SS15 show a living art space.

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2. Peter Pilotto’s SS15 collection gave us Woodstock/Jimmy Hendrix and acid trip art-inspired looks.

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3. It’s been too long since Frank Ocean’s phenomenal Channel Orange, but word has it that Ocean is in the studio with Hit-Boy (“Niggas in Paris”, Drake, Nicki Minaj) and Rodney Jerkins (Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Destiny’s Child).

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4. Listen to Jose Gonzalez’s cover of Arthur Russell’s “This Is How We Walk on the Moon”.

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5. AnOther Magazine has a list of some of highlights from the London Design Festival.

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[Photo sources: Dazed And Confused, Dazed And Confused, Pitchfork Media, Ugly Kids Nice Clothes, AnOther Magazine]

MOMENTS | Christopher Kane SS15, Mary Katrantzou SS15, Panda Bear New Songs, Perfect Pussy’s Meredith Graves Spoken Word Essay, Artist Seung Mo Park

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1. Christopher Kane, Central Saint Martin’s alum, revisited unseen pieces from early collections and dedicated his SS15 collection to the late Louise Wilson.

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2. Impressive textures dominated Mary Katrantzou’s SS15 collection. It was a shift away from her signature digi-prints, and the collection itself was inspired by a world coming out of the primordial ooze.

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3. Listen to Panda Bear’s live preview of new songs from his upcoming album, Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper.

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4. Read Perfect Pussy’s Meredith Graves’s essay from her spoken word performance at Basilica Soundscape. Graves’s essay covers Andrew W.K., Lana Del Rey, double standards, and authenticity.

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5. Check out Artist Seung Mo Park’s Maya series. Park uses holographic wire to create photorealistic sculptures.  

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[Photo sources: Dazed And Confused, Dazed And Confused, Pitchfork Media, The Talkhouse, Beautiful/Decay]

MOMENTS | J.W. Anderson SS15, Chris Moore Catwalk Photography, Caribou “Our Love” Remix, Grimes “Bedtime Mix”, Artist Chris Wood

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1. Loving J.W. Anderson’s references to French filmmaker Jacques Tati. The SS15 collection’s oversized leather hats weren’t without a sense of humor.

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2. Read AnOther Magazine’s interview with Chris Moore, the godfather of catwalk photography.

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3. Listen to Caribou’s remix his track “Our Love” as his dance alter ego Daphni.

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4. Grimes may be rewriting her next album, but you can still listen to her “Bedtime Mix”, which she shares in her interview with BBC.   

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5. Check out artist Chris Wood’s Geometric dichroic glass  (duo colored glass invented by NASA in the 1950s) installations. 

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[Photo sources: Dazed And Confused, AnOther Magazine, SoundCloud, Minnie Eats A Zombie, This Is Colossal]

MOMENTS | Marc Jacobs SS15, #FBF Chloë Sevigny X-Girl, Arca “Thievery”, Lucki Eck$ “Hidden Place” Video, Alejandro Cegarra The Other Side of the Tower

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1. Marc Jacobs SS15 had a twisted suburbia vibe with military-inspired looks that reminded us a little of Hayao Miyazaki’s Nausicaa Valley of the Wind.

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2. #FBF to It-girl Chloë Sevigny’s X-Girl Movie 1995, a film co-written by and starring Sevigny.

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3. Arca, frequent FKA twigs and Kanye West collaborator, released new track “Thievery”. Listen to it via SoundCloud.

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4. Watch Lucki Eck$ rap in front of a psychedelic kaleidoscopic backdrop in his “Hidden Place” video.

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5. The Tower of David, an abandoned skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, has been home to 3000 squatting residents since October 2007. In The Other Side of the Tower, Venezuelan photographer Alejandro Cegarra documents the lives of the squat’s inhabitants.

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[Photo sources: Dazed And Confused, Dazed And Confused, Pitchfork Media, Stereogum, TIME Lightbox]

MOMENTS |Jeremy Scott SS15, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela SS15, James Murphy US Open Remixes, Deerhoof “Paradise Girls”, Photographer Bernhard LangAerial Views Adria

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1. The club kid revival’s going strong. Jeremy Scott’s SS15 collection—featuring accessories and, um, “art” by Miley Cyrus—was laden with acid-house references.

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2. Check out Purple Magazine’s coverage of the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela SS15 show. Nineties cowboy with geisha platforms and oversized, cinched silhouettes.

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3. Listen to James Murphy’s remixes, "Match 4 (Remix)” and "Match 104 (Remix)", of the US Open. Murphy teamed up with IBM and the U.S. Open to create an algorithm that would create songs using raw data from tennis matches

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4. Then listen to Deerhoof’s new track “Paradise Girls”. Their album La Isla Bonitais out November 4th.

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5. Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang’s series Aerial Views Adria transforms the symmetrical beach gear at European beaches into abstract shapes and forms.

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[Photo sources: Dazed And Confused, Purple Magazine, IBM, Pitchfork Media, My Modern Met]