Model: Sarah Van Der Woodsen
Location: Men’s Toilets in Awkward.
Limited edition…Awkward C.E.O. Fuzz Ali has one and they’re a-MAH-zing!!!!
Shanina Shaik, homegrown exotic pure breed featured in this months issue of Vogue Australia has taken the Fashion world by storm at the age of 21.
The Melbourne native, of Lithuanian, Australian, Pakistani and Saudi Arabian heritage, got her big break on the Australian reality TV show, Make Me A Super Model which aired in 2008 on the Seven Network.
Since then, Shaik has gone on to model for some of the industries heavyweights including Tom Ford, Vivienne Westwood, Jason Wu, Diesel, Osca de la Renta, Stella McCartney and Victoria’s Secret.
A real exotic gem that has ‘Awkward’ mesmerized, we are not surprised this Aussie export (based in NYC) is continuing to make waves in the Fashion Industry page after page.
(above) Miu Miu cotton top and cotton skirt.
(above) Christopher Kane black wool skirt and Miu Miu blue cape
(above) Louis Vuitton silk organza jacket and shoes. Wolford bra and briefs.
(above) Miu Miu silk stole, cotton top and shoes. Marni silk organza slip.
(above) Burberry Prorsum black and brown raffia skirt, Wolford black top and Christian Louboutin black shoes.
(above) Prada silk chiffon blouse and bag. Nina Ricci silk skirt and Marni shoes.
Check out her Vogue profile here:
Or her shoot on Vogue Tv here:
On March 10, the Slashthree art collective released it’s eighteenth exhibition, entitled “Fairy Tales”. The exhibition, which is made up of 40 illustrations and three photographs, is based on the artists’ interpretations of stories and fairy tales from their childhood. The accompanying images are only three of the amazing pieces of art included in the exhibition.
You can find the rest of the exhibition at Slashthree’s official website.
Several quality original artworks by Ronit Baranga. Enjoy!
Thousands of flowers were placed in the old hallways of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center to commemorate its life and history. Check out more photos of the incredible Bloom Flower Installation by Anna Schuleit.
“Global Rainbow” project photos by Yvette Mattern.