#voguehommesaddressbook: if you need a burger fix, head to the latest @pnyburger on rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris designed by @bernard_dubois (Aésop, Holiday) and try the burger hommage to Agnès Varda (only available during the Cannes Film Festival!), a veggie option with a 9 month aged cheddar or an Oreo Milkshake.
What do you think of French designer Mathieu Lehanneur’s project for Notre-Dame new spire, inspired by the flames that destroyed the cathedral? “I love this idea of a frozen moment in the history that can remain for centuries. The project is a monumental permanent flame covered with golden leaves. For me, it’s a way to capture the catastrophe and turn it into beauty, turning ephemeral into permanency.” the designer told Dezeen.com about his project.
@diesel Red Tag collaborated on a 50 pieces collection with @gosharubchinskiy’s @gr_uniforma new multi-media label. Red Tag is Diesel’s incubative platform started in 2018 with Hood by Air and Y/Project, giving the new generation of disruptive designers a chance to reinterpret the brand’s DNA.
Gosha Rubchinskiy’s collection for Red Tag is inspired by the early 20th-century Russian avant-garde moments and movements—including references to the multi-hyphenate artists El Lissitzky and Kazimir Malevich, the theater director and producer Vsevolod Meyerhold, and the musical pioneering of Igor Stravinsky—the collection takes cues from Russia’s vast and formidable cultural background and adds a contemporary layer through silhouettes based on workwear and Nineties-era denim shapes.
#cannes2019: the cast of Gaspard Noé’s 50 minutes film LUX ÆTERNA presented by Saint Laurent in #cannes, in Official Selection part of the midnight session. “Lux Æterna” is the fourth SELF project of the house, an art initiative curated by @anthonyvaccarello, who previously worked on an other short film with Bret Easton Ellis. Asked about this new film with Gaspard Noé, the designer told us: “We talked about experimental movies from the 60s and 70s, especially the ones from Kenneth Anger. The only thing I asked him was to improvise a story. Filming it with Béatrice and Charlotte was one of my inner darkest fantasies”. And the result is an essay on respect for beliefs that the director wrote with the two actresses, also staging Abbey Lee, Karl Glusman, Clara 3000, Félix Maritaud, Luka Isaac, Anatole Devoucoux du Buysson, Claude-Emmanuelle Gajan-Maull, Fred Cambier, Lola Pillu Perier, Loup “Vuk” Brankovic, Maxime Ruiz, Paul Hameline, Philippe Mensah, Stefania Cristian, Tom Kan, Victor Sekularac and Yannick Bono.
Photographed by Saskia Lawaks.