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The Most Stylish Celebs of the Week — Who’s Your Best Dressed?

Kate Bosworth showing some stunning back-cleavage. Photo courtesy of Billy Farrell/BFAnyc.com From New York to LA, some fabulous people attended some fabulous parties this week. We’ve searched through all the looks and highlighted the most #stunning stylish celebs. Of course some looked better than others… who gets your vote? 1. Diana Agron at Hammer Museum’s 12th Annual Garden [...]

October 15, 2014 0
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Get in on Pharrell’s Luxury Adidas Collaboration

Image by Billy Farrell/BFAnyc.com Fans of Pharrell’s conversation-starting fashions are in luck. Even if you don’t want to wear the infamous Vivienne Westwood hat, chances are the rest of the guy’s style speaks to you. Starting Saturday (10/18), you can pick up a Pharrell-ified classic–the Adidas Superstar Jacket, done up by the fashion icon/music mogul. The [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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Get in on Pharrell’s Luxury Adidas Collaboration

Image by Billy Farrell/BFAnyc.com Fans of Pharrell’s conversation-starting fashions are in luck. Even if you don’t want to wear the infamous Vivienne Westwood hat, chances are the rest of the guy’s style speaks to you. Starting Saturday (10/18), you can pick up a Pharrell-ified classic–the Adidas Superstar Jacket, done up by the fashion icon/music mogul. The [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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5 Songs You Should Be Listening to Right Now

David Bowie – Sue (Or In A Season of Crime) David Bowie’s much anticipated collection Nothing Has Changed has three different album covers, as well as a new, 7-minute song that the Internet is referring to as both a Jazz odyssey and oddity. Bowie sounds classic, albeit a bit aged, which diehard fans will appreciate, [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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5 Songs You Should Be Listening to Right Now

David Bowie – Sue (Or In A Season of Crime) David Bowie’s much anticipated collection Nothing Has Changed has three different album covers, as well as a new, 7-minute song that the Internet is referring to as both a Jazz odyssey and oddity. Bowie sounds classic, albeit a bit aged, which diehard fans will appreciate, [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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8 Crazy Instagrams You Missed This Columbus Day Weekend

Happy Columbus Day Weekend, everyone! Celebrate this weird in-between holiday by checking out what fashionable posts you missed on Instagram this weekend.   Loading View on Instagram Eva Chen in front of a Bradley Theodore mural. Loading View on Instagram Floral prints don’t have to die with summer.  Loading     View on Instagram Now [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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See the U.S. Trailer + Poster For ‘Goodbye To Language 3D’

After winning the Prix du Jury at Cannes back in May and premiering at the New York Film Festival earlier this month, Jean-Luc Godard’s much-lauded new film Goodbye to Language will have its theatrical release on October 29. And although the wonder of the film lies in seeing it upon the screen and experiencing it [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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Toronto Trio Keys N Krates Prove They’re Not Just Another DJ Act

The music industry has shifted its economic model drastically in the past decade or two, focusing more on revenue drawn from live shows (for example) than album purchases. This being the case, it’s no wonder how bands like Canada’s Keys N Krates, a trio signed to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, have become popular with [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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Last Friday Night Richard Kern Release Party + Yelle Afterparty

Last Friday night New York City, the incredibly talented Richard Kern—an artist that has inspired me with his youth portraits, particularly Contact High and his younger video works (Lydia Lunch)—held a book release party for his latest, titled Girlfriend Boyfriend (Shizen Books, Design by Peter Miles). At the top of Webster Hall, a long narrow [...]

October 14, 2014 0
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21 Films to See This Week: Duras, Scorsese, Tarantino + More

***MONDAY, OCTOBER 13*** CLEOPATRA, Joseph L. Mankiewicz The Film Society of Lincoln Center When Fox executives tried to lure Mankiewicz to rescue the deeply troubled Cleopatra, he drove a hard bargain: he got what he asked for, figured he would spend six months on the film and be done with it. After a solid two [...]

October 13, 2014 0
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