They say gay people are narcisistic.
They say gay people are shallow.
They say gay people worry too much about looks.
They say gay people think too much about sex.
And you know what? It is true; but what a lovely, refreshing break from real life.
Meet Marcos & Márcio Patriota, two twin beauties from B and understand why it is not that bad, at all, to appreciate it:
A brief teaser of the upcoming issue of Made in Brazil Magazine.
What a break from yesterday’s seriousness, isn’t it?
Posted in Beauty from B, Fashion
Tagged Beauty from B, Brazilian models, Fashion, Gay, Made in Brazil Magazine, male beauty, male models, Marcos Patriota, Márcio Patriota, Patriota Twins
I am not the only one of my circle to be a firm supporter of talented collaboration.
Three of my friends joined forces to produce this lovely video:
Anna Boogie took the iniciative to show her herself the new jewelry collection in a video directed by Gianfranco Briceño with styling by Rodrigo Polack.
And I absolutely love Little Room, the song by The White Stripes.
Posted in Arts, Photography
Tagged art, Arts, Fashion, Hugo Toni, Installations, male beauty, male models, Photography, Taryn Simon, Words/Images
I have always been a keen defender of artistic collaboration.
Why do something individually when there is so much strength in combining?
I only recently had the chance to see this short film by Jason Bradbury for Norwegian designer Harold Lunde Helgesen (HLH), but it is stunning:
The aesthetic fluidity of this short film is just breath-taking.
And just to dive into one’s mindset (always a great exercise), here’s the ghostly beautiful We Once Were Tide, also by Bradbury:
Collaboration disseminates talent.
Photography by David Armstrong
Selected pictures from Homotography
Posted in Fashion, Images/Words, Photography
Tagged Akmal Shaukat, David Armstrong, Fashion, Gay, Giuliano Bekor, Hedi Slimane, male beauty, male models, Photography, Sven Bänziger, Sye Ali Arif, Words/Images
It’s all about love. I’m wearing a knit of love.
I found this quote incredibly inspiring; I’ve always liked to think of love as thread.
Taken from the amazing street style blog Hel Looks.