Today, November 30, 2012, Gordon Parks would have been 100. In addition to being a filmmaker, composer, and writer, Gordon Parks was the first African-American to work at Life Magazine, creating memorable photo essays for its readers. In honor of Parks, a public window art installation presented by the International Center of Photography and The Gordon Parks Foundation is on view outside the museum 24 hours a day. For more information regarding the piece, head over to ICP's website (up until January 6).
Models.com follows legendary make up artist and Artistic Director of Shisedo, Dick Page, through the S/S 13 fashion week show season. Check out the exclusive video below from MDX where they follow Dick backstage at Narciso Rodriguez, Michael Kors, Band of Outsiders, and more.
For the second installment of Dragmag, photography Grant Thomas takes the lens for this playful yet sexy Diesel advertorial entitled, ""Invasion of the Body Snatchers." Styling by Kieran Partise, who is also the Fashion Director of Dragmag. See it all here!
Just in time for holiday season, Jed Root colorist Jason Backe talk to Elle on how to get the perfect shade of red.
ELLE: What are some important things to keep in mind when going red for winter?
Jason Backe: Consider your skin tone. If you are
fair, light-eyed, and burn easily in the sun, you want to have a more
copper red—think Marcia Cross. If you tan easily or have a dark or olive
complexion, stay away from copper and go for true red or even
red-violet. Red shades tend to fade, so make sure your home maintenance
helps resist fading. I love the L'Oréal Professionnel INOA Color Care Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner. It's loaded with vitamins and has argan oil for amazing shine—and the lather is insane!
Oscar nominations just around the corner, check out this week’s issue of The
Hollywood Reporter with set designs by JRI artist Ali Gallagher. The annual
Actress Roundtable story features A-List stars Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway,
Naomi Watts, Amy Adams, Helen Hunt, Rachel Weisz and Sally Field. Photographs
by Joe Pugliese.