It's no secret, that Terry Richardson is one of the worlds top photographers, being the man behind an almost endless list of daring and often provocative, yet beautiful portrays. Still, it's an impressive feat to lure Obama, and his set of pearly whites, away from what is probably a well packed calendar, for a few hours of horsing around in a studio. Great job, gents.
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2012 sees the thirtieth anniversary of the iconic Nike sneaker, Air Force One. This calls for a celebration and therefore Nike has released a special edition that pays tribute to the American presidential election. The sneaker is inspired by the Presidents personal aircraft, The Air Force One, and consists of a white leather upper, a skyblue rubber sole featuring a thin gold lining and a star spangled banner on the shaft. The inscription of the number 27000, refers to Boing, who manufactures the specific jet.
When Sandy hit New York last week it left the city in a state of chaos. Photographer, Christophe Jacrot however, didn't hesitate to pull out his camera. The following photos portray New York from a quite unique perspective in the aftermath of a power shut-down.
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Tonight one of my favorite bands are stopping by Pumpehuset in Copenhagen. I can't recommend going enough. Here's a little teaser. Enjoy.
Also known as the sports coat, this garment is the less formal version of a
suit. You're meant to wear the sports jacket without matching pants and
it's fabric is often sturdier and thicker than your average suit jacket,
tweed being a classic. The name derives from the jacket originally being
worn while hunting or doing other outdoor sports activities. Traditionally
you differentiate between the Sports Jacket and the Blazer, the Blazer
being in a solid colour and often with metal buttons and having it's
origins within boating.
Right now Hurricane Sandy is sitting over the American East coast and especially New York. Therefore, CBS decided to shot tonights episode of The Late Show with David Letterman without a live audience in order to look out for everyone’s safety. Sharing this odd experience with David is Denzel Washington, who fights his way through the wind and the rain while the CBS Orchestra , quite fittingly, performs Hurricane by Bob Dylan.