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Call us crazy, but gas stations have never struck us as the sexiest of places. Agent Provocateur clearly thinks otherwise, however, since their latest campaign stars Crystal Renn striking a series of seductive poses at the pumps.
Louis Vuitton‘s season-long train ride is full steam ahead with its latest film starring Purple magazine’s Olivier Zahm.
Olivier Zahm is probably as well known for his work as the editor of indie fashion magazine Purple as he is for sharing his emo-tastic breakups via his blog Purple Diary and being besties with Terry Richardson, which is why it’s kind of funny that he told WWD he hates blogging, tweeting, and apparently the internet in general.
Karl Lagerfeld is nothing if not a genius at generating buzz and — with his models set to storm the runways of St. Tropez in a matter of hours — the rumors certainly are swirling. Unfortunately, we can’t confirm or deny any of it, because sadly — very, very sadly — our invitation to frolic with the Kaiser in the south of France seems to have gotten lost in the mail. Oh, what we would all give to be lounging on a monogrammed Chanel towel, drinking champagne beach side. Instead we’re stuck here in New York, left to live vicariously through photo-blogger Garance Dore’s insanely enviable snaps from last night’s pre-party.
NY Mag reporter Bennett Marcus caught up with Purple magazine editor in chief Olivier Zahm and model/actress Paz de la Heurta at this week’s Independent Filmmaker Spring Gala. Zahm hit on all the important issues, most notably sexting during meetings and defending his best friend and fellow skeezy guy, Terry Richardson.
Terry Richardson recently received a tongue-lashing from supermodel Ria Rasmussen at a fashion event in Paris. Richardson is part of a particularly insulting subset of the fashion industry — a group I like to call: The Skeezy Guy.