Saturday, January 22, 2011

SPRING/SUMMER 2011: D&G Floral, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci

Fresh, floral and colorful for her, simple chic and très Plaid for him, here is a look at the new D&G spring summer 2011 ad campaign with Zuzana Gregorova, Keke Lindgard, Julia Turenkova, Jessica Clarke, Mariana Idzkowska, Tobias Sorensen, Simon Nessman and Alexandre Cunha photographed by Mario Testino.

SPRING/SUMMER 2011: Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Miu Miu, Tommy Hilfiger

Lara Stone & Alexander Johansson photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for CK Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2011 Campaign.

SPRING/SUMMER 2011: Burberry, Chanel, Fendi, Ferragamo, Guess, Guess by Marciano, Girorgio Armani

Here’s the Burberry Spring/Summer 2011 ad campaign, shot on Brighton beach by famed fashion photographer Mario Testino. This is the first ever evolving campaign for Burberry, new cast members will be revealed every month. the first pair are models Cara Delevingne and Jacob Young. Besides Burberry Prorsum new ads also feature Burberry London, Burberry Brit and Burberry accessories.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Winter TV 2011 Preview

After a lackluster fall with few (if any) truly quality breakout hits and several unfortunate cancellations, will the midseason bring networks and viewers better luck? Look ahead at all of the major new shows coming in the new year. — Television Without Pity

Live to Dance (debuts Jan. 4, 8 PM, CBS)
What Is It: The soft-hearted people at CBS clearly felt bad for Paula Abdul after her exit from Idol, so they've given her a show that is at least somewhat more in her wheelhouse. She's producing and judging this dance competition that basically sounds like So You Think You Can Dance, except there are groups as well as soloists. Don't we already have America's Best Dance Crew for that?
Should You Watch?: Probably not, but curiosity might merit a peek at one episode... or more.

Episodes (debuts Jan. 9, 9:30 PM, Showtime)
What Is It: A British couple are set to bring their hit show to America, but when they get to Hollywood, they're forced to replace one of their talented theatrically trained actors with a larger than life version of Matt LeBlanc.
Should You Watch?: Sure. It's from the creators of The Class and of the shows from Friends stars debuting this winter, this is by far the better one.

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