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FRANCIS GUMAYAGAY

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“Francis Gumayagay “FrancisGum” is a photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. Born and raised in the Philippines, his interest in photography started during his idle time when he was in college in Manila editing random photos. He then decided to do photography after his college graduation. Later on, he got more interested into fashion. From then on, his works were published in some magazines and he was able to work with different artists in the fashion industry. His goal is to be able to showcase his skills and creativity as a photographer and to be published in different mainstream magazines.

MIKE NGUYEN

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Our cover photographer Mike Nguyen has always surrounded himself with talented artists and people. Mike Nguyen began to shoot whenever he could, as a hobby only four years ago. Working with the right people, publications, talented designers, stylists, hair/make-up artists, editors and agency represented models has been a key roll in his success as a fashion photographer.

ADAMO DE PAX

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Adamo de Pax is a fashion, beauty and creative portraiture photographer. Born and raised in Ottawa, Adamo earned his Undergraduate degree in Criminology from the University of Ottawa. Shortly after, he decided to turn his longtime passion for photography into a career, taking him to Toronto, Canada. He is the recipient of awards and recognition from several professional associates, and has been published in various fashion and beauty magazines in North America and Europe.

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Mr. Fisher was born and raised in Southern California and currently resides in the Los Angeles, Hollywood area as a freelance writer, editor and entertainment reviewer. His love of and knowedge of the film industry has made hime the “go to” person for film noir. He has had an interesting and controversial career. With his editing expertise Mr. Fisher has lent his considerable talents to Satellite magazine.

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atellite Magazine’s lated edition is our design issue. The great thing about design is that it’s everywhere. From what someone may think is insignificant or simple to the most important thing in ones life. In this issue we have put together a small collection of some interesting and creative designs and designers. So take a look at something and remember that someone had to design it. All you have to do to see it is just open your eyes. Editor-In-Chief “People project meaning onto objects. If an object allows you to interact with it, then it becomes part of your being, and over time you see things in it that first you might not have seen.” ~ KARIM RASHID “Texture and color are like salt and pepper - they add spice.” ~ Kelly Wearstler “If somebody asked me about my inspiration I would say that it’s not the peopleand it’s not the things, it’s travel and experiencing different environments.” ~ Marc Newson

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Emilio Pucci (1914-1992) had a passion for women, a visionary sense of style, and an eye for color

jetset. Today, the house remains as vibrant as ever – Victoria Beckham, Elizabeth Hurley, and Kylie Minogue are adherents.

and design. With these talents he created a fashion house unlike any other. By the early ’50s his boutique on the isle of Capri was catering to wealthy sophisticates, heiresses and movie stars buying his “Capri pants”, silk scarves and lightweight separates. By the end of the decade, Jacqueline Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe were wearing his dresses, and by the mid-60s the label was synonymous with the gilded lifestyle of an international

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The Pucci story is a modern epic with its roots in renaissance Italy: the brand’s founder, the Marchese Emilio Pucci di Barsento, was a charismatic aristocrat whose lineage extends back to the 14th century. It is a story of evolution: how a family company grew from one tiny store to an international brand with 50 boutiques worldwide (and a presence in 300 more). And finally, it

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Friedman’s text places Emilio’s achievements in the context of fashion history, and provides insight into the remarkable Pucci dynasty.

Featuring hundreds of photographs, drawings, and candid shots from the archive of the Emilio Pucci Foundation, this tome captures the breathtaking elegance and drama of a unique brand. Vanessa

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lectric, Pet Shop Boys’ first LP on their own record label, sees Stuart Price aiding Messrs Tennant and Lowe in a hugely enjoyable record aimed at the dancefloor. Luke Turner gives a review on a few tracks Axis, Aha! Here we go! Wooooooooooo! Pet Shop Boys open their 12th album - and first self-released record - with a track that screams ‘yes! Freedom! Triumph! Techno! Men in hats! No not those men in hats, with their flaccid faux-sophistication and marketing blitzkrieg, but this charming pair who’ve flogged upwards of 70 million albums and redefined the connections between art and pop. Electric is their first album after leaving Parlophone to set up their own label x2 via Kobalt, and has Stuart Price on production duties. In a track that’s largely an instrumental banger (complete with amazing plastic trumpet tooting fanfares), save for repetitions of “electric avenue” and some lost wailing, the gritty sense of purpose and reinvigoration is palpable in brittle beats and tough synths that gurgle and grind. Anyone who’s seen Pet Shop Boys live will know that half the joy is in their architecturally brilliant stage sets, and it’ll be fascinating to see what they do to accompany this. Something between Metropolis and the place where everyone goes to get spangled on Soma and listen to the horns in Brave New World would suffice here. Bolshy, A number that whisks together blueeyed synth, funk and piano house, ‘Bolshy’ is the first of many pop corkers on Electricity. Neil Tennant’s vocal line “bolshy bolshy bolshy bolshy / where your heart leads I will go” glides across the surface like a yacht against a pristine tropical horizon, before synthetic handclaps gradually lead to an unexpected, tweaky build and drop at 4:40. Instead of using that as the excuse to do something daft and over-ooof the pudding, ‘Bolshy’ continues with its sun-dappled panache. This is Pet Shop Boys at their sexiest, most sun-kissed, a killer track. No wonder they’re booked for Sonar. Fluorescent, A moody, murky number, and one that starts with a solid, techno-inspired boom and whizz, with vinyl crackle too and what sounds like p.

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a sexual gasp chopped out and used as a rhythm. The whole thing sounds really analogue. This is shaping up to be the most dancefloor-oriented Pet Shop Boys album in years, and ‘Fluorescent’ in particular might lend itself to remixes, with a great street-lights-twinkling refrain now and then, and Tennant’s voice set low in the mix amid all the analogue whirling and fizzing. A classic Pet Shop Boys exploration of nocturnal decadence - “at midnight / it’s time for business... every scandal has its price”. The Last To Die, Pet Shop Boys take the hoary bluster of Bruce Springsteen’s track (as featured on his 2007 LP Magic) and make a slab of politicised doof-pop. ‘The Last To Die’ has tinkling piano, Tennant sounding somewhat mournful before the 4/4 kicks in. The main chorus line (“who’ll be the last to die for our mistakes / whose blood will spill / whose heart will break”) is one of the album’s finest earworms, and is followed by some top “la la la-ing” (remember that ‘guitarist wanted’ advert the nascent Suede placed in Melody Maker which cited PSB as an influence, and you’ll be on the way). Once again, there’s judicious use of those Pet Shop Male Voice Choir vocals in the background. It’s one of the oddest cover versions you’ll hear all year. Vocal, And so Electric comes to an end at nine tracks with what might seem to be Pet Shop Boys’ paean to raving: “I like the people / This is my kind of music / They play it all night long... everything about tonight feels right and so young...” It then proceeds with clipping snare rhythms, Balearic synths, and fairly straightforward club rhythms. There’s also a vocoder vocal in there somewhere, but it’s mangled to all hell, as if the Daft Punk robots had fallen into an underwater blade in an ill-advised Bond cameo. With no ballads and fairly economical in length, Electric is a fierce, energetic record that sees Tennant, Lowe and Price revisit their long-standing love of club culture, including rather unexpected forays into its brasher, Transatlantic version. ‘Boys’ done good. ~ Luke Turner PetShopBoys.co.uk

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A close working relationship with Danish designers is the fundamental philosophy behind the Nuance brand. Together we modify, adjust and adapt our products until that delicate little nuance – the little detail that makes all the difference – suddenly emerges. It is just this, combined with carefully thought-out practical functionality, which makes products bearing the Nuance brand so distinctive. Nuance-Scandinavia.com

Drop Bottle Opener The drop, as a symbol of sparkling cold drink, has been the inspiration for the splendid Nuance Bottle Opener. The Drop is cheekily cut so that it not only lies on the table but is immediately ready to grasp and open beers, sodas and other bottles. The opener is a pleasure to use, because its ergonomic design feels fantastic in the hand.

Gourmet Hammer The Nuance Gourmet Hammer is a fine piece of work which can be used both in the kitchen and at the dinner table, where it simply invites to be picked up and used. Much nicer and more hygienic than even a new, clean hammer with a wooden handle.

Shellfish Forks Nuance Shellfish Forks are made from stainless steel and are wider in the middle than other similar forks. This ensures a better grip on the fork, which can be easily turned in the hand when switching between fork and spoon.

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Pestle The Nuance Pestle is both functional and decorative. It’s designed to feel good in the hand and be easy to work with when you need to press the flesh out of citrus fruits for example. The pattern on the base ensures a greater resistance and thus greater effectiveness during use.

GMultiforks The Multiforks by Nuance are just perfect for tapas and olives, and their design also makes them ideal as serving forks or for holding grilled corn-on-the-cob.

Rolling Pin Elegant and highly-functional, the Rolling Pin in Beechwood by Nuance has the perfect shape. The rolling pin is easy to use and ensures a high level of hygiene and designed to have a firm grasp whether rolling out your favorite pie crust or sugar cookies.

Hot Guard This Nuance trivet ‘Hot Guard’ boasts a stylish, classic design which both elevates and draws attention to the food, at the same time it pleasingly graces the dinner table.

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A fter losing his passion for crunching numbers, financier Nick Bartley discovered a new

outlet: Making jewelry. In 2005 Bartley founded Lucas Jack London and today, its colorful-as-candy collection is a favorite among stylists and the celebrity set. Exbanker turned jewelry designer? Hey, crazier things have happened. Lucas Jack offers sleek, sophisticated and fashion forward designs. The range has a strong yet clean aesthetic and features many great statement bangles, large cocktail rings and jewelled drop earrings. Lucas Jack jewellery is specifically designed “to be worn, to be bought and to be enjoyed”, and the combination of luxurious and directional style with affordable price points has been a winning formula. As a result Lucas Jack can be found in leading retailers in more than 30 countries worldwide and is regularly featured in the UK’s main fashion magazines such as Vogue, InStyle, Grazia, Marie-Claire and Elle. Our jewellery has also been worn by many celebrities including Cheryl Cole, Megan Fox, Una Healy, Tulisa and Pixie Lott. As an ethical brand, Lucas Jack donates a percentage of all on-line sales to Mercy Centre, a charity which houses, clothes, feeds and educates street-children in Thailand. This cause is particularly

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important to us, and we are proud to sponsor these children. We are extremely grateful for your purchase as it contributes significantly to this worthwhile cause. If you would like more information on the Mercy Centre please get in touch with us at info@lucasjack.com. Lucas Jack jewellery is plated with 24 karat gold, and we have a strict policy of only sourcing recycled gold. None of the gold used in our jewellery has been recently mined.to the throne is landmarked by the launch of her brand Emm Gold. Along with creative director Marika Amegah, Marta has combined a ready-to-wear collection that has the grittiness to fit in any socialite’s closet. Marika who also trained under Adriano has a contemporary yet singular outlook that she prescribes to every look. The collection blends Marta’s Italian background with Marika’s LA creativity to create a kaleidoscope of ideas for the buyer. As their first impact on the fashion world Emm Gold decided to express ideas through a series of limited edition T-shirts. Only a limited amount of each style will be produced with every round. Each series is designed to ignite a different emotion in the customer. The premiere set titled “I Am My Own...” hits on the fundamental need of selfdependence in order to discover ones path in the world. LucasJack.com

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commissioned with the house plans for a Belgian film producer. The Belgian film producer asked Eustache to draw up the plans for several houses on a plot of land that the film producer had bought in Marrakesh, Morocco. Eustache had regularly visited Morocco over the years; ‘’right from my first trip I was bewitched by that country and the three projects studied to date are certainly fed, to varying degrees, by all the images and impressions gathered that I have during over the course of me trips,’’ says Eustache. The main difficulties faced, were the identification of the program on behalf of the client. What started off as a three house project on the plot of land gradually decreased to the smallest of these three houses, the aim of which was to preserve the natural surrounding terrain. With a sustainable architectural design, and volumes where the modestly proportioned building visually occupies the entire plot, it establishes a close dialogue with the land, the vegetation and the Atlas Mountains on the horizon. The 171.96 square meter house on 2.5 hectares is relatively small proportionwise; therefore the architect Guilhem Eustache had to create a dynamic volume so as to balance things out and create a dynamic symmetry. The light of Marrakech only assisted in intensifying the volumes with the play of light and shadow and symmetrically blends the volumes into the large plot. The total floor area occupied by the residence, the guard house, the pool house and the garage totals 240 square meters in this 2.5 hectares plot; the arrangements of the volumes therefore permit avoiding the floating effect in this ‘empty space’. Once you pass through the entrance gate and into the grounds of the private Fobe residence, you are surprisingly welcomed to a ‘strange’ world for local Morocco. On the right side upon entering, you come across the Guard house - two mixed cubes close to a totem fireplace which face the double garage doors studded with small openings along their whole length. These small, yet simple elements create an eloquent bareness leading the eye to focus towards the house itself.

materials is positioned adjacent to a milieu of two parallel concrete walls which provide for visual protection to the west as well as creating a sound barrier. Local materials (clay, tadelack, Pierre de Ourika) and techniques have been applied despite the architectural differentiation from local architecture. The Fobe residence has preserved the wildness of the land despite the fact that over 500 trees have been planted. A vertiginous staircase runs up between the two walls to the roof terrace opposite the extravagant scenery of the Atlas Mountains, a view which is fogfree and highly appreciated during the spring time as well as during the winter when the magnificent mountains are covered in snow. With its lofty volumes, hefty heights, fluid internal divisions, the play of light and the shade in the surroundings, this house flows through the landscape and melts into it amidst olive, palm, eucalyptus, mimosa and fruit trees. The main residence undulates its floor plan on the ground level which includes two large master bedrooms with built in bathrooms, and walk in closets, a spacious kitchen with a large food storage room, a WC, and two large spaces used as living room and dining room. Paradoxically, the design and the program are simple and complex: a foliation of longitudinal, sails between the project program; tall windows, sets of geometric cutouts, framing, especially from the living room across the pool and its bleachers toward the Atlas range. All in all, the highly admirable element in this residence, is the way that Guilhem Eustache has approached and dealt with the architectural design in this foreign, far away land; a land where he was flown over to design a house where he paid particular attention to the region and the country which provided him with the architectural answers, applied in line with climatic, cultural and economic circumstances.

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Mr. Brainwash — often stylized as MBW — is the moniker of Paris-born, Los Angeles‒based filmmaker and street artist Thierry Guetta. According to the Banksy-directed film Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010), Guetta began as a proprietor of a clothing store and amateur videographer who filmed street artists through the 2000s and “evolved” into an artist in his own right in a matter of weeks after an off-hand suggestion from Banksy. Guetta was first introduced to street art by his cousin, the street artist Invader.. Mr. Brainwash’s uniformly subversive style fuses historic pop imagery and contemporary cultural iconography to create his own pop–graffiti art hybrid. Working primarily with layers of screenprint and stenciled images, Mr. Brainwash’s compositions are emblematic of a graffiti wall inundated with 20th Century iconography. Mr. Brainwash is both sly and playful in his juxtaposition of the cultural idols of the past (Einstein, Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe) with the icons of today (Kate Moss, Madonna). The vibrant palette and references to Pop Artist like Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, add a puckish wink to his unique street art style. To add to his fun-loving persona, Mr. Brainwash uses a special signature and authentication on all of his unique artworks. All unique MBW artworks have his mantra “Life is Beautiful”, his thumbprint, hand-signature, and assigned dollar bill number sequence. The development of this whimsical Pop-Graffiti art style has catapulted MBW to international superstardom, and he continues to garner recognition from art collectors and street art enthusiasts alike. MrBrainwash.com p.

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esigner Antoine Peters designed a limited edition hamburger scarf. The silk scarf shows an enlarged hamburger, composed out of round and square pixels. From afar you can recognize the lettuce, tomato and meat of the burger, in close-up it is a cheerful graphic print full of color and texture. In collaboration with photographer Marc Deurloo, Antoine used the scarf to create a socially critical and surreal world, which in a farce-like manner intertwines fashion and photography. Both the scarf and the photo are part of the MoBA’13 exhibition route and can be seen at Arnhem Coming Soon. Mostly the work of Antoine is the result of his search for p.

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the wayward within popular culture. Peters seeks for the borderland between fashion and art. “A hamburger as a symbol of consumerism. This has its negative aspects, but the bun is also a small party, a treat. It is therefore not clear whether I consume, vomit or create my ‘Hamburger scarf’.” Peters says. He adds with a wink: “The scarf contains 0% calories and 100% fashion.” The scarf is packed in a hamburgerbox and exclusive available at Arnhem Coming Soon, Kerkstraat 23 in Arnhem. AntoinePeters.com

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d e e p s e l g n Si Designed for People on the Move

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,Richard Atkins, on the move in Hong Kong and LA. As fashion guys, they need clothes to ride to work inand after hanging with friends, straight to dinner and following with drinks (and possibly going out till 4am and waking up wondering how you got there) and so on and so fourth, you get the picture‌ they want to keep it simple here; one outfit appropriate for all of the abovewhile still looking (and feeling) fresh. They live life, on a bike (or skateboard, blades etc.) or just rollin from place to place in a car- they are on the move. They are guys, so they sweat occasionallysinglespeed Apparel has moisture wicking properties to wick the sweat away from the body. Aside from that- it is also completely water and oil repellant along with a few other performance, comfort, and properties to make life easier. These clothes were made to really be worn and are designed for people on the move. We are all singlespeed guys, these clothes were made for us. p.

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Singlespeed has used N9 micro-exhaustion technology to ensure that garments have oil and water repellant properties. This ensures that the coating remains strong after several washes. N9 is also a dual action coating which helps the fabric breath. Their denim offers a functional, fashion-forward clothing lifestyle for people on the move, both cylists and skaters alike. The bottoms have an extra layer of fabric in the seat, providing a more comfortable and durable ride while cycling and the pants also have an added strap to perfectly hold the U-Lock, that most riders use secure their bike, in place. There is an added safety feature of subtle reflective areas strategically placed on the garments. The graphic t-shirts are made of soft and comfortable cotton. Their 5 Panel hats have been also treated with the N9 Micro Exhaustion Technology to ensure that the fabric contains oil and water reppellant properties. SinglespeedApparel.com

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Man of Steel is a dark, kickass movie that you will not want to go to the restroom during. Directed

by Zack Snyder (300 and Sucker Punch) and the great Christopher Nolan (Inception, the Batman trilogy) is one of the producers. The movie starts off with a bang! The planet Krypton is about to explode due to its unstable core and is about to be overthrown by the evil General Zod, played with snarling perfection by Michael Shannon, and his followers. Jor-El, Russell Crowe, who seems to be building a new career playing larger than life character roles, and his wife Lara decide to launch their newborn son Kal-El in a space pod to Earth, accompanying him the “codex” (which looks like an old skull painted black) to preserve the Kryptonian race. Then Zod murders Jor-El, is convicted with his gang, and is imprisoned for 300 cycles to the Phantom Zone. Baby Kal-El is found in his space pod by Jonathan and Martha Kent, (Kevin Costner & Diane Lane) who name him Clark. Clark’s Kryptonian physiology affords him superhuman abilities on Earth, which cause him confusion and alienation from his peers, but he learns to use his powers to help those around him. Jonathan reveals to a teenage Clark that he is “the answer to the question….that we are not alone and advises him to not use his powers, fearing that the world will reject him. After Jonathan’s death, an adult Clark (the buffed & ripped Henry Cavill) spends years living a nomadic lifestyle, working various crummy jobs under false names and occasionally showing off his Super-Body. He eventually discovers a Kryptonian spaceship that allows him to communicate with the preserved consciousness of Jor-El in the form of a hologram. Lois Lane, (played with intelligent authority p.

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by a strawberry blonde Amy Adams) a journalist from the Daily Planet, also discovers the ship while pursuing a story and is rescued by Clark. Lois’s editor Perry White (a heavyset Laurence Fishburne) who rejects her story of a “Superman” who saved her, so Lois traces Clark back to Smallville, Kansas with the intention of writing an exposé. After talking to several Smallville residents including childhood friends Clark rescued, she decides not to reveal his secret. In the meantime, a pissed off Zod having been freed from the Phantom Zone when Krypton exploded, traces the codex/ Kal-El to Earth, where he demands that Earth surrender Kal-El to him or suffer the consequences. One of the best sequences is when Zod’s second-in-command, Faora (played to the angry dyke-ish hilt by Antje Traue) and Superman have an ass-kicking fight in Smallville. Zod later reveals that he intends to use a world engine to transform Earth into a new Krypton, eradicate the human population, and use the codex to repopulate the planet with genetically-engineered Kryptonians. After Clark and Lois escape Zod’s ship, Clark beats the crap out of Faora in Smallville, convincing the military that he is on their side. Zod deploys the world engine in Metropolis and the Ocean. Clark, now dubbed “Superman”, destroys the world engine in the Indian Ocean. The military then uses the space pod that brought Clark/ Kal-El to Earth to destroy Zod’s ship over an already destroyed Metropolis. Only Zod remains, and he and Clark engage in fight to the death over Metropolis. When Zod attempts to murder civilians in revenge for his defeat, Superman is forced to kill him. As the movie ends see Clark taking a job as a reporter working with Lois at the Daily Planet this will give him access to dangerous situations without arousing suspicion, and to be near Lois Lane. ~ R. E. Fisher

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