Thursday, July 23, 2009

Ghost Colours July 23

- Knightcat interviews the designers behind Australian label Maurie and Eve.


- Real Groove has a review of last night's MGMT gig in Auckland. It's a little disheartening. The support act Surf City are in a bit of trouble for putting their door names on trademe. MGMT are apparently featuring on Jay-Z's next album.

-A new
street style photographer to fall in love with.

-Auckland store
Children of Vision proves that the art of visual merchandising is not lost. They're having a(n up to) 50% off sale at the moment too!

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- Photos of Lotta Volkova were all over the fashion blogs during Paris fashion week, here is her 2009 womenswear collection (I dare you to pick one favourite piece!)

-Modular has announced two national tours happening in the next couple of months: one for Tame Impala, the other to celebrate the launch of the new Leave Them All Behind compilation. 


-An interview with Van She on Asian Dan with an exclusive minimix by Van She Tech.

-Alexi Wasser's blog IMBOYCRAZY never fails to make me laugh. Her blog, which is described as 'A pep talk in the form of a slap in the face in the form of a blog' offers a lot of (outrageous, shameless and oh-so-true) advice including: "Start referring to everything you do as a meeting. lunch with a friend: meeting. Starbucks with mom: meeting. asking the produce guy at the market about apples: meeting. it just makes you sound super cool awesome important all in one!"


Russh has a behind the scenes video with Emma Watson in the new Burberry campaign.

-Bfm's From the Bleachers is "A regular weekly podcast featuring Troy Ferguson, Duncan Greive and Charlotte Ryan talking about a music related issue on Charlotte's Morning Glory show on 95bFM, Wednesdays from 11.30am." Back to its original line up again, this week they discuss New Zealand's national anthem. Download the previous podcasts here.


-Alexa Chung
interviews Daniel Radcliffe.

-Cory Kennedy goes 
behind the scenes on Jalouse's beautiful (fake) wedding photoshoot with Mark Ronson and Josephine De La Baume.

-Wellington designer Alexandra Owen has been invited to sow at New York fashion week. Articles in the New Zealand Herald and on Front Row Diary.

-The new trailer for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is out. I can't wait to see the film! I think it will be a must-see in Imax 3D.

-Polyester Records has a new online store.

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