Lisa Says

 
 

Fashion Fashion Fashion

Christopher Kane + Gingham = heaven.
Chistopher Kane Spring 2010

Laura Molyneux // Textile Designer

Laura Molyneux is not only my best friend, but is also my favorite textile designer. Here’s a little sneak peek of her work.


Laura Mackness

Check out Laura Mackness, a British fashion and accessories designer.  It’s like Jeremy Scott and Comme Des Garcon.

Home Sweet Home Art Show

THIS Los Angeles Gallery presents Home Sweet Home, a group exhibition that explores the conventions and comfort of home in a traditional gallery setting.  The work exhibited is derived from the idea of “home” conjured in the mind of five young artists.  Based both in Los Angeles and New York, the artists featured will be Jon Cournoyer, Michael Gigliotti, Hannah Hooper, Vanessa Prager and Annie Thornton.  Through the use of the entire gallery space, these artists will bring a youthful, fresh and evocative spin on their personal notions home.

Everyone’s going 3-D

photo: Miles Aldridge courtesy of The New Yorker

JOANNA NEWSOM

I absolutely love the Joanna Newsom album cover as much as I love the album. Andy Samburg is one lucky guy.

CARY MULLIGAN // the chameleon

Horse butt pillow WHAAT!

EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP

“The world’s first street art disaster movie”…

www.banksyfilm.com

Jeffrey Deitch appointed new director at MOCA

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles appointed Jeffrey Deitch, the well-known gallerist and art dealer, as its new director.  Deitch, known for his non-traditional exhibitions and outside of the box forward thinking has a lot to offer. Thank god there is finally something exciting happening on west coast in the art-world (nice move MOCA).  There are mixed feelings about this choice circulating around, but there is no doubt that this is going to change the Los Angeles art scene and in my opinion for the better.  This is definitely a loss for New York and we’ll just have to wait and see what happens to Deitch Projects.

New York Times

Deitch Projects