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004 Masthead 006 Contributors 008 Forward 010 La TĂŞte Au Cube Slightly offbeat and completely off the wall.

012 Haoshi Design Studio Haoshi is good things.

014 Maison Martin Margiela Silver foil coated shoes.

016 Marc Neson

Most influential designer of his generation.

020 Camilla Olson

Her current collection reflects the synthesis of visual research.

024 Philip Karlberg

Thousand wooden pegs.

028 Skora

Real running, Nothing more, nothing less.

032 LuxeMutt

Handcrafted Premium Dog Collars & Leashes from California

033 Three Wheels Spinning

Part 4 the final installment.

039 Linvin

Queen of love.

040 She. ~ Lesa Amoore

050 Johnny

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Photography LESA AMOORE LesaAmoore.com

~ Mike Nguyen

Makeup Iris Moreau Model Tanya Katysheva

082 Wonderlust 102 Pop!

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112 Lastly - Global Design Forum Everyone can have their say.

111 Quote Alexander McQueen

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Lesa began her career in imagery as a model, and has appeared on the covers of Vogue, Photo and Elle. Amoore’s first cover as a photographer was published shortly after she began shooting in 2010. With a black & white style that is both modern and classic at once, Amoore’s evolving body of work is an alluring mix of reality and fantasy, street photography and fashion imagery, darkness and light.

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.

Rose Cefalu is a photographer, editor and agent. Currently Rose is the Director of Photography at EMMY magazine, a part-time instructor at The Art Institute of California - Hollywood and owner of Racer Media (RacerMediaInc. com), a boutique photo agency based in Los Angeles. Since 1993 Rose has worked as a photography editor at such magazines as Detour, Flaunt, Movieline’s Hollywood Life, Variety’s Vlife, Primedia Automotive, and Statement magazine. She been taking pictures a lot longer then any of the above.


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Design. 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.

William Montalvo “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 “Texture and color are like salt and pepper they add spice.” ~ Kelly Wearstler “I have this mental sickness called creativity” ~ Philippe Starck

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Maison Martin Margiela silver foil coated textured leather shoes with a round toe. Tonal stitching. Approx. 1’’ heel. Upper: 100% leather. Sole: 100% leather. Made in Italy. MaisonMartinMargiela.com

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arc Newson is the most acclaimed and influential designer of his generation. He has worked across a wide range of disciplines, creating everything from furniture and household objects, to bicycles and cars, private and commercial aircraft, yachts, various architectural commissions, and signature sculptural pieces for clients across the globe. Born in Sydney, Newson spent much of his childhood travelling in Europe and Asia. He started experimenting with furniture design as a student and, after graduation, was awarded a grant from the Australian Crafts Council with which he staged his first exhibition - featuring the Lockheed Lounge - a

piece that has now, twenty years later, set three consecutive world records at auction. Newson has lived and worked in Tokyo, Paris, and London where he is now based, and he continues to travel widely. His clients include a broad range of the best known and most prestigious brands in the world - from manufacturing and technology to transportation, fashion and the luxury goods sector. Many of his designs have been a runaway success for his clients and have achieved the status of modern design icons. In addition to his core business, he has also founded and run a number of successful companies, including a fine watch brand and an aerospace design consultancy, and

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has also held senior management positions at client companies; including currently being the Creative Director of Qantas Airways. Marc Newson was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World and has received numerous awards and distinctions: he was appointed The Royal Designer for Industry in the UK, received an honorary doctorate from M A R C Sydney University, holds Adjunct Professorships at Sydney College of the Arts and Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and most recently was awarded a CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) by Her Majesty the Queen. His work is present in many major museum collections, including the MoMA in New York, London’s Design Museum and V&A, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Vitra Design Museum. Having set numerous records at auction, Newson’s work now accounts for almost 25% of the total contemporary design market. Newson has been the focus of on-going and intense interest in the media, generating significant editorial value for his clients, and has been the subject of a number of books and documentary films. Marc-Newson.com 0 1 8

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amilla Olson showcased her first collection at Mercedes Benz fashion week 2010 in New York City. Graduating from the University of Maryland in 1976 with a BS in Microbiology, she subsequently earned an MBA, authored two patents and founded several companies as a venture capitalist and founding entrepreneur. In 2007, Camilla enrolled in the Academy of Art University in San Francisco to earn her Master of Fine Arts in Fashion and Textile Design. Her current collection reflects the synthesis of visual research, form, and design. This signature style is seen in local hand made iron imprinted fabric utilizing an eco-friendly process, the modern design or her cuts, silk cages, voyeuristic layers, and innovative applications of technology. Melding her love of art & science Camilla’s recently launched her ecoluxury silk scarves, hand printed in the San Francisco Bay Area. The process utilizes a metal transfer that makes each design a unique and one of a kind print. Keep an eye out 2013 promises to grab your attention in the fashion world. by Rose Cefalu CamillaOlson.com

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wearing sunglasses typical to their dress in his new series ‘pin art’. each of the peg-in-hole pieces pictures the likeliness of several famous faces wearing contemporary frames upon their wooden visage. the artist says of his time-intensive project, ‘it was a real challenge to sculpt the faces of some classic wearers of sunglasses. it took me six days to shoot the six faces and around 1,200 sticks were used PhilipKarlberg.com

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uxeMutt finely crafts the most compelling, refined, impeccably made collars and leashes available anywhere. They are now featured in over 25 awesome dog boutiques from Beverly Hills to New York City to Oslo Norway. “We love dogs. We’re perpetually inspired and touched by our own three little rescue mutts & pug. They are everything to us.” says Sharon Zuckerman. LuxeMutt will always be made in the USA using the the highest grade softest leathers, nickel hardware, and genuine Swarovski Elements crystals. They are the officially co-branded with Swarovski – assuring authenticity and access to a huge and constantly updated array of incredible Swarovski gems. The designer and co-founder – Sharon Zuckerman – was a tremendously influential force behind many of the worlds most sought after and collectible

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It turned out to be more than an offhand comment. Two weeks later, as they sat in Jack’s apartment, watching the cold, damp rain and wondering how it could possibly be May, Ryan announced that he planned to do that very thing. “My lease is almost up. If I don’t go now I’ll be stuck here two more years.” “And you’re going to pick up and leave, just like that?” “I had a long heart-to-heart with Saint Luke. I don’t like it here any more.” “But you haven’t given it a chance. Or me, for that matter.” “I know New York is nowhere near as interesting as it used to be.” “How can you have nostalgia for something you weren’t even around for?” “It wouldn’t make a difference whether I was here or not, or whether the city was ever really like that once upon a time or not. I see the way it is now, and it’s not my cup of hemlock.” “I don’t want you to go.” “Come with me.” A vision flashed through his mind of Ryan and him living la vie de bohème in the City of Lights, making art and complaining about French coffee. It was a beautiful image. But Ira had been right. “I can’t.” “Why not?” 0 3 40 1 | 4 S| E F PE / O B C2T0 12 20 1 2


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I don’t have the jawline for a beret. I’m lactose intolerant.” “Would you care to put forward some legitimate arguments?” “Because everything I have is here.” “Ira, you mean.” “Ira is a consideration. In the same way you would be a consideration if Ira talked about moving. But he’s hardly the only one. I’ve lived here longer now than I lived in the place I grew up in. And that doesn’t count how often I came here to get away from the place I grew up in. I have friends, and, such as it is, I have family. I need to think about what I would do for a living. These are not inconsequential matters.” “Yes they are. I thought you were trying to live more like the way artists are supposed to live, and you were grateful to me because I was giving you a refresher course. Bohemia 101.” “I am. But there’s a difference between staying out late and uprooting everything you own to move to a different continent.” “Not as much as you think. Well, mull it over. I’m not leaving for a month or so.” “I’ll be thinking about it more than you know.” Over the course of the next few weeks, Ryan’s was thoroughly occupied with preparations and packing. Jack did his best to convince him not to go, but it was hard when deep down inside he not only knew that his wishes had more to do with what he wanted more than what Ryan wanted, but that he was also perhaps the tiniest bit envious. With the era of excursions to East Village bars and Chelsea nightclubs ended, and Ira’s work schedule as intrusive as ever, Jack started seeing more of his friends. He appreciated that they had been very understanding about his neglect over the past few months. They had given him an ear; now they gave him a shoulder to cry on. Needless to say, Jack did not accompany Ryan to Paris. The day of his departure, though, Jack asked Ira if he would mind if he skipped their usual Saturday that weekend, so that he could see him off. “Send my regards,” Ira responded, “I need to go over some things for work tonight anyway.” A small mob was gathered at the airport in his honor. Jack had to wait on line to say goodbye, like at a wedding. “So I guess this is where I bid you a fond adieu. I’ll miss you.” “I’d prefer au revoir. It implies that we’ll cross paths again.” “Take care of yourself.” G ene 0 1 5

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“Don’t worry, I have my St. Luke’s. He’ll keep me out of trouble. Always has.” They said their final goodbyes. Ryan turned and caught Jack’s eye as he boarded the plane, as if expecting him to follow. In retrospect, Jack would have seen it coming if he’d been paying attention. Ryan had practically presented him with a notarized document saying such a thing might happen the very first night they met. ‘I know you must feel terrible”, said Ira when they met on Sunday afternoon, “But I’m not exactly sure the I’d be the go-to person for helping you to get over it. Come on, I’ll take you out someplace extra-special. What are you in the mood for?” “Anything but French.” “Fine. I know a great little Italian place. But before we go I have a question for you. Do you know what today is?” “Uh, Sunday?” “Yes, but Sunday the...” “Eighth?” “Of...” “July?” “Now count backwards six months.” “All right, but why?” “Humor me.” “June, May, April, March, February, January.” “Which brings us to January eighth. Do you remember what January eighth is?” “Elvis’s birthday?” “And?” “Uh, David Bowie’s birthday? Oh, and it’s my friend Scott’s birthday too.” “So many Capricorns, so little time. But what else is it?” “I don’t know.” “Think.” “I honestly have no idea.” 0 3 6

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“You wound me to the core.” Ira brought the back of his arm to his forehead in a deadpan gesture of mock grief. Jack stared at him blankly. “January eighth was the day of the benefit. It was six months ago that you met me. And, for what it’s worth, Raymond.” “Ryan.” “Ryan.” “I’m sorry. I guess I’m not real good at dates. Happy six months anniversary.” “Don’t apologize. It’s not a holiday with storewide sales. Just a minor landmark. But think about who’s still around. And who’s not.” It certainly gave Jack something to contemplate. Acting on the assumption that Ryan’s exit meant a change in the nature of their relationship, Ira started to talk in terms of taking things a step further. It certainly was tempting. Ira had a great deal to offer. But after thinking it over long and hard, Jack saw that for as different as Ryan and Ira were, they had one thing in common—each of them wanted him to join their world full-time, while only supplying him with half of what he needed. Even if it was they who had shown him what it was he needed in the first place. Ryan combined with Ira had made for one great tag team. But neither alone was sufficient. He told Ira, meaning it, that he hoped they’d still be friends. Whether he would ever find what he was looking for conveniently packaged in one human being was a question for a later date. He wouldn’t be moving to Paris. But he might hit the Tunnel once in a while, especially now that his weekends were free. Which, he decided, was no indication whatsoever that he was under the influence of male menopause, channeling Peter Pan by way of Tinkerbell. That was Ryan. What had he gotten from Ira? Well, now that he knew it wouldn’t be a way of life, he would occasionally go out for a nice dinner, at a grown-up restaurant. Tinkling crystal and muffled laughter could be nice sometimes. Even if he wasn’t exactly sure what he’d be using for money. Ira had inspired him to work a little harder on getting somewhere with his art career, too. He’d start talking to people more. Trying things, just for the sake of trying them. Making his own adventures. And getting laid, for Christ’s sake. New York might not be the way it was, but that’s what made it New York—the fact that it was always changing in unexpected ways. Giving itself a major overhaul every few years. There was a lesson in there somewhere. G ene

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n ironic revisiting of the Louis XV style, the Queen Of Love armchair is not only a luxurious choice for seating but an irresistible statement piece for any décor. This surprisingly comfortable armchair owes its whimsical appearance to its baroque style, bright, modern color options, the exaggerated contours and intricate details that encompass each armchair. Made in a rotational mold, the armchair is a seamless, durable piece of furniture made entirely of recyclable linear polyethylene. The Queen Of Love Armchair is a versatile piece that will survive equally well indoors and outdoors. Designers Graziano and Renato Moro Pigatto have loved beauty since they were born. As a result, the two natural born perfectionists were inevitably led into the world of fashion. Their

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Vintage denim shirt by Levi levi.com Vintage denim shorts from Jet Rag Black gemmed rings from Deja Vu Leopard wedges from Mu Hot Shoes myhotshoes.com


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Top by H&M hm.com


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Peter Pan collared puppy shirt from American Rag, Vintage Denim shorts from Wasteland shopwasteland.com Black stone cocktail ring from YSL ysl.com Beater Ring by Han Cholo hancholo.com


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Blue zippered romper from Wasteland shopwasteland.com Black studded platforms from My Hot Shoes myhotshoes.com


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Swimsuit ANTONIO SANGOO antoniosangoo.com


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Swimsuit ANTONIO SANGOO antoniosangoo.com


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Blue zippered romper from Wasteland shopwasteland.com


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Blue studded top Mariel Rojo marielrojo.com Vintage Denim high waisted shorts from Jet Rag Black studded platforms from My Hot Shoes myhotshoes.com


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POP! Photograph Fred Fraser FredFraser.com

Art Direct, Style & Groom Liz Dungate LizDungate.com Model Jesse Haddock RichardsModels.com

Eyeshadow Gremolie by Yaby yabycosmetics.com Lip 902 green pencil by Anna Sui annasui.com Studio Fix foundation NC15 by MAC maccosmetics.com Defining cream by AG aghair.com Shirt by Ironic Pop Wild Lime by Dry Soda drysoda.com


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Painted pigment powder Love Lavender by Sappho sapphocosmetics.com Eyeshadow Purple Iris by Yaby yabycosmetics.com Lip Smoked Purple & Studio Fix foundation NC15 by MAC maccosmetics.com TRES Two Heat Tamer Spray by TRESemme tresemme.com shirt John Lennon by English Laundry englishlaundry.com silver chains vintage pop grape by Stewart’s drinkstewarts.com


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Shine Luna Cream Base face & body foundation C1 by MAC maccosmetics.com Lip gloss Perfect Plum by Sappho sapphocosmetics.com TRES Two Hairspray by TRESemme tresemme.com Shirt by Le Chateau lechateau.com Pepsie tie vintage Pants by Deréon dereon.com Belt 401 Collection by Levi’s levi.com Pop Cherry Tree Cola by Fentiman’s fentimans.com


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Pigment powder Orange Zest Pearl by Nyx nyxcosmetics.com Face & body foundation C1 & painted hair Genuine Orange Chromacake by MAC maccosmetics.com T-shirt by FCUK French Connection UK frenchconnection.com Earring vintage Pop Orange by Boylan boylanbottling.com


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Brow powder 01 by Anna Sui annasui.com Eyeshadow, khol Amber Lights, Coffee & face and body foundation C1 by MAC maccosmetics.com lengthening mascara by Make up Forever makeupforeverusa.com TRES Two Hairspray by TRESemme tresemme.com Shirt by American Eagle Outfitters ae.com Tank by Guess guess.com Pop cola by Mr. Cola


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Global Design Forum

If we’re going to try and make sure that design and creativity shape a better world, then we need to talk about it. Sir John Sorrell, Chairman of the London Design Festival

If we’re going to try and make sure that design and creativity shape a better world, then we need to talk about it.” Sir John Sorrell, Chairman of the London Design Festival On 18th September 2012, the London Design Festival is staging its first thought leadership event, the Global Design Forum, which brings together a star-alliance of design luminaries, organisations and talents to debate the issues and pressure points that are really affecting the design industry. Everyone can have their say – delegates will be able to debate, discuss, think about and make decisions about how they would like design to impact on the world, today and in the future. The aim is to set the global design agenda and 1 1 0

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inspire the sector. There is a stellar list of speakers participating in panel discussions and debates, including design luminary Thomas Heatherwick, Google’s visionary Director of new Projects Dr Astro Teller, established international talents including Tom Dixon, Yves Behar, Richard Seymour and Paul Priestman, as well as leading thinkers, digital pioneers and entrepreneurial risk-takers. The inaugural Forum takes place at the spectacular Central Saint Martin’s campus in King’s Cross, London. Be part of the discussion. GlobalDesignForum.com

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Mike Nguyen Global Design Forum


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