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Link up: Kate Moss x AnOther Magazine, Rick Owens Statue, Jessie Ware “Want Your Feeling”, TV on the Radio “Happy Idiot”, Multimedia Artist Gavin Worth

1. There’s never too much Kate Moss. The supermodel and her iconic face stars in four magazine covers for AnOther Magazine.

2. If you’re in London, you should probably take a look at the Rick Owens statue outside of Selfridges.

3. Listen to Jessie Ware’s “Want Your Feeling”, her new collaborative song with Devonté Hynes. Her album Tough Love is out Oct 6 in the UK and Oct 21 in the US.

4. Then check out TV on the Radio’s “Happy Idiot”, a new track from their forthcoming album Seeds (out November 18).

5. Multimedia artist Gavin Worth creates wire sculptures that resemble sketchbook illustrations.  

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[Photo sources: AnOther Magazine, Dazed And Confused Magazine Jessie Ware, Pitchfork Media, Beautiful Decay]

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Link up: Happy Labor Day, Miranda July x Somebody App, Horst P. Horst Retrospective, Arcade Fire Covers Wolf Parade, Photographer Kylli Sparre

1. Happy Labor Day, everyone! Whether or not you have the day off today, we hope your holiday weekend looked a lot like Beyoncé in her “Drunk In Love” music video.

2. Writer, artist, actor, and filmmaker Miranda July goes digital with her new iPhone app, Somebody. It’s a message-sending app, but it’s unique in that it sends your message to the nearest person with the app.

3. Read this interview with Andy Cowan, Director for the Horst estate. Cowan speaks about the late photography’s enduring legacy and Horst: Photographer of Style, the upcoming retrospective at V&A.

4. Watch Arcade Fire close their tour with an incredible cover of Wolf Parade’s “I’ll Believe In Anything” in Montreal.

5. Fine art photographer Kylli Sparre has more dreamy dance-inspired photographs.  

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[Photo sources: Yonce Haunted, Short Cuts Radio, AnOther Magazine, Stereogum, This Is Colossal]

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Link up: Beyoncé x CR Fashion Book, Martin Scorses  x The Ramones, The Weeknd “King Of The Fall” Video, David Lynch x Kanye West, Artist Dylan Neuwirth

1. Here’s a look at Beyoncé in the Pierre Debusschere-shot piece for CR Fashion Book.

2. Martin Scorses is slated to direct a film about The Ramones.

3. Watch The Weeknd’s new slow-motion music video for “King Of The Fall”.

4. If only this could have been a reality. David Lynch was in the talks to direct Kanye West’s “Blood On The Leaves” music video, but Lynch claims he “couldn’t come up with ideas that thrilled either one of us.”

5. Artist Dylan Neuwirth’s neon signs are illuminated installations of our ever-changing Internet-speak.

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[Photo sources: CR Fashion Book, Dazed And Confused, Tumblr, Tumblr, Beautiful Decay

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Link up: Liberty Ross’s Iconic Style, Cara Delevingne x Zoolander, Grimes “Go” Video, Caribou x The Boiler Room, David Whyte

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1. Dazed And Confused has a great piece on model and designer Liberty Ross’s most iconic style moments.

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2. Cara Delevingne is really giving this acting thing a go. The model is apparently set to star in the Zoolander sequel.

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3. Watch Grimes’s new music video for her single “Go” (ft. Blood Diamonds).

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4. Then check out this stream of Caribou’s Boiler Room set at the opening concert for the Dimensions Festival in Pula, Croatia.

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5. Digital artist Dave Whyte is back with more mathematically minded geometric GIFs. You can see the rest of his work on his Tumblr, Bees & Bombs.

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[Photo sources: Dazed Digital, Hidarcy, Red To Kill, Pitchfork Media, This Is Colossal]

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Link up: Prints and Textures Style Guide, LVMH x Proenza Schouler, Emile Haynie “A Kiss Goodbye”, Interpol El Pintor, Photographer Michael Wolf

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1. The FADER has a fantastic style guide for mixing and matching bold prints and different textures.

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2. Oh my. LVMH may be in the talks to acquire a stake in the New York-based Proenza Schouler.

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3. Listen to Emile Haynie’s new track “A Kiss Goodbye”. The track features vocals from Charlotte Gainsbourg, Blood Orange’s Devonté Hynes and Sampha.

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4. Stream Interpol’s new album El Pintor.

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5. Photographer Michael Wolf’s Paris Abstract series takes a different perspective on the iconic city. Wolf uses wide-angle shots to capture the abstracted, geometric views of Paris’s dense rooftops.

Michael Wolf’s exhibition will be on display at Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco until September 6th.

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[Photo sources: The FADER, Style.com, Pitchfork Media, NPR Music, This Is Colossal]

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Link up: Artist Marjan Teeuwen, Brother Vellies, Blonde Redhead Barragán, Stevie Nicks “Lady”, Street Artist Pejac

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1. Beauty derived from decay. Artist Marjan Teeuwen uses architectural debris from abandoned houses to sculpt gorgeous installations. 

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2. Business of Fashion has a fantastic piece on Aurora James of Brother Vellies and her socially conscious, South African-inspired line of shoes. The brand also seeks to preserve traditional South African shoemaking craft.

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3. Blonde Redhead’s Barragán is officially out Septemeber 2nd, but you can stream it here.

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4. The golden-voiced Stevie Nicks is releasing a new album, titled 24 Karat Gold. The album comprised of formerly unreleased tracks. Listen to her piano medley “Lady”.

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5. Street artist Pejac is back and has created more playful street art in Paris. Among his new works is a figure creating a water balloon splat of Manet’s famous The Luncheon on the Grass.

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Link up: River Phoenix, Beyoncé x VMAs, Kate Bush Documentary, Cassette Store Day, Artist Hinke Schreuders

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1. #MCM, and really, just one of our forever loves. River Phoenix would have been 44 years old on August 23rd. Dazed And Confused has compiled a list of the amazing talent’s most iconic looks.  

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2. Rewatch Beyoncé’s epic 16-minute Video Music Awards opener. 

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3. Watch the Kate Bush documentary The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill.

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4. Julian Casablancas, Karen O, Foxygen, J Dilla, Madvillain, and Best Coast are releasing tapes for Cassette Store Day.

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5. Embroidery meets 1950s fashion photography. Artist Hinke Schreuders hand stitches embroidery beading, lace, and flourishes of ink onto photographs to create works of abstract mixed media art.

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Link up: Bob Marley Original Rudeboy, Photographer Takehito Miyatake, Grimes “Go” Teaser Video, Lauryn Hill “Black Rage” Sketch, Artist Othman Toma

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1. #FBF. AnOther Magazine has a retrospective piece on Bob Marley, the OG Rudeboy style icon.

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2. Photographer Takehito Miyatake’s a long exposure technique he calls “the light of Japan”. His poetic and meditative approach allows him to photograph fireflies, volcanic eruptions, and beaches full of bioluminescencnt firefly squid.

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3. Watch this teaser video for Grimes’s summer jam “Go”, which she initially wrote for Rihanna. Claire Boucher and her brother Mac directed the music video.

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4. Listen to this early sketch of Lauryn Hill’s “Black Rage”. The R&B legend released the recording in dedication to those protesting in Ferguson, MO.

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5. We love the innovation behind the unconventional. Baghdad-based artist Othman Toma uses melted ice-cream bars and popsicles as “watercolors” to create his paintings.

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Link up: Margiela x Kazimir Malevich, Pari Ehsan, Nicki Minaj “Anaconda” Video, Deerhoof “Exit Only”,Kubrick: An Art Show Tribute

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1. Dazed And Confused has a fantastic piece on how the works of Russian revolutionary artist Kazimir Malevich inspired Maison Martin Margiela’s FW14 collection.

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2. More fashion and art hybrids. Interior designer Pari Ehsan pairs high fashion with high art in her meticulously thought out series of photographs.

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3. Watch Nicki Minaj and Drake in Minaj’s new video for “Anaconda”.

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4. Listen to Deerhoof’s lead single “Exit Only”. The new track will be on their upcoming album La Isla Bonita.

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5. If you’re in San Francisco, Spoke Art will be hosting Kubrick, An Art Show Tribute from September 6th onward.

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