Things You May Have Missed This Week

*James Franco is publishing a book about Lana de Rey titled “Flip-side: Real and Imaginary Conversations with Lana Del Rey”. You can preorder it now for it’s release on March 15, 2016.


*Kids star Chloe Sevigny has been cast in the new film “Slow Machine” , but first the film needs to raise $30,000. Visit the Kickstarter page to donate and read more about the film. What we can tell you is that it’s a comedy described by the directors “Andy Warhol directs a Whit Stillman thriller”, where Sevigny plays an unpleasant version of herself,  shot on 16mm film.


*Proenza Schouler and Dior released their AW15 campaign.

Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez took the raw idea of girls being girls and showed the girls fighting. “We were interested in the idea of movement and in capturing a kind of freedom between the girls,” says the two.

Raf Simmons in collaboration with Willie Vandeperre brings to life a quote by Christian Dior form his autobiography which reads “My childhood home sat on a cliff and lay exposed to the most turbulent of weather.”


*The first trans-only modeling agency, Apple Model Management L.A.,  is open and looking for new faces…. Hari Nef has spoken out against violence towards black trans women after the death of India Clark saying “i’m handed opportunities in 2015 as a white trans woman 9 have been slain in the u.s. in 2015 because they were trans women of color” on her twitter.


*The release of Future’s new album along with his announcement’s of free shows in Los Angeles has led to Sunset Blvd. being shut down and a 2 canceled shows. With his album, DS2, being one of the best this year, people are hyped and as Pitchfork said, “This is music for nihilists, for the reckless, for those who embrace darkness because they don’t see another option.”

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