My business cards say FASHION ARCHITECTURE BASKETBALL. When people ask me what I do, they’re usually trying to ask how I made my money, not what my job is. In my mind, what I do is those three things. They occupy most of my time: fashion, going around to all the fashion weeks and being such a fanatic when I pick out my clothes, trying to be in the latest fashions. Architecture, which you can see here, with this house. And basketball, which is another full-time occupation for me. — interviewmagazine.com
Pushing the Ludlow Suit, the ad features six gents sporting six variations on the "bespoke-inspired" suit. Two are restauranteurs, one is a journalist/activist, one is a business analyst, one is a creative director, and one is an architect, Charles Renfro of Diller Scofidio + Renfro. — archidose.blogspot.com
Luxury 360 is the FT's new online hub for creative and commercial coverage of the luxury goods industry, with news, views and special reports. — FT
Photo: Louis Vuitton - Ad Campaign Just in time for holiday shopping and on your face money shot action, Financial Times launches its 'LUXURY 360' section, gazing through the global markets for lately thriving luxury goods industry. "Go f*ck yourselves if you haven't arrived losers, pardon me...
BOFFO Building Fashion celebrates cutting edge design through a series of temporary retail installations showcasing the work of an architect paired with a fashion designer. Each of five projects receives a $20k stipend for all construction. We have completed three amazing projects that have given our designers and architects massive exposure but the rest cannot be completed without your help. — kickstarter.com
Marc Jacobs will present Katie Grand the award for fashion innovator of the year. Marina Abramovic will accept the award for Ai Weiwei... for best art innovator. Jonathan Safran Foer will present the food innovator award to — wait for it — Chipotle founder Steve Ells. Other winners include Elon Musk (technology), Joris Laarman (design) and Bjarke Ingels (architecture). Bill Gates and Warren Buffett got the philanthropy award, but will not be at the ceremony. — wwd.com
With a judging panel stuffed full of fashionistas (Sir Paul Smith, designer Patrick Grant, face of Burberry Douglas Booth, my-wardrobe.com Buying & Merchandising Director Luisa de Paula, MTV presenter & fashion journalist Louise Roe, fashion blogger Steve Salter and Esquire Editor Alex Bilmes), impressing them all can't have been an easy task but Wood saw off hundreds of competitors to take the 2011 title. — mydaily.co.uk
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