MOMENTS | Artist Markus Linnenbrink, Kate Moss x Naomi Campbell x Googlebox, HAIM x Stevie Nicks “Rhiannon”, Twin Peaks Returns


1.Artist Markus Linnenbrink’s latest exhibition Off the Wall is on display at art center Kunsthalle Nuernberg until Sunday, October 12thOff the Wall, a play on words, is a reference to the unconventional and off-canvas nature of the work.
2. Need a run down of the best extreme looks from SS15 Paris Fashion Week? Well, Dazed And Confused has you covered from Junya Wattanabe’s headgear to Alexander McQueen’s fetishistic facemasks.
3. Listen to HAIM and Stevie Nicks perform Fleetwood Mac’s “Rhiannon”. We’re legit having a girl-crush meltdown here.
4. Endless good news. David Lynch is resurrecting Twin Peaks. The surreal cult series will be returning in 2016 via Showtime.
5. Oh my god. Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell are going to star in an episode of Gogglebox. This is momentous.

MOMENTS | staying relevant on the go

Link up: Christian Louboutin Beauté x David Lynch, Kenny Scharf  x Topshop, FKA twigs x BBC Radio 1, Stevie Nicks “The Dealer” Reworked, Abstract Skateboard Paintings
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1. David Lynch has been really into fashion lately. The surrealist director collaborated with Christian Louboutin Beauté to create a campaign video that takes the viewer on a journey through planet Loubiville.

MOMENTS | Link up: Kanye West Gems, David Lynch Fashion Designer, Diplo Remixes Lorde’s “Tennis Court”, The Weeknd “King Of The Fall

Staying relevant on the go.

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1. “Carine Roitfeld is the Walt Disney of Tumblr.” – Kanye West
Is there anything more perfect than a Kanye quote? The Fader did everyone a solid and put together a list of the greatest hits from Kanye’s GQ cover story.

MOMENTS | Link up: Céline, Kenzo, Viktor Rolf, Janelle Monáe x Charli XCX, David Bowie’s Reading List

Staying relevant on the go.
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1. Backstage at the Céline show, Phoebe Philo described her FW14 collection as “[t]ough and tender”.
Impeccably tailored classic shapes with a twist. Fit-and-flared military coats had functionally asymmetrical buttons, and glamorous textures were made softer by a hint of sportswear.