MOMENTS | Link up: Fausto Puglisi, Crowd Sourcing, John Cage App, London Grammar, Beyoncé Performs “XO”
Staying relevant on the go.
1. Hey there, Milan Fashion Week! We were impressed with Fausto Puglisi’s collection of expertly tailored, color-blocked pieces. Be amazed by the attention to geometry and fantastic mix of colors.
2. PSFK weighs in on why crowd-sourced platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo lead to innovation.
3. The John Cage 4’33 app is a homage to the iconic composer—and let’s not forget that Cage was a music theorist, writer, and artist too. The app lets you record and share recordings—be it subtle white noise or the frantic energy of intimate sounds from all around the world.
4. Trip-hop trio London Grammar earned a nomination for Best British Breakthrough at last night’s BRIT Awards. To mark the occasion, check out London Grammar’s newly released stop-motion music video for hit song “Hey Now”.
5. Speaking of the BRIT Awards, watch the always-flawless Beyoncé’s first televised performance of “XO”. Adorned in a glittering blue dress and accompanied only by flashing neon lights, this performance was pure Yoncé.