We’ve returned once again to 25 Grams, a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite photographer’s instagram feeds.
Jerry Hsu is a professional skateboarder and photographer.
He can be followed on instagram at @internetfamous
Photographed in Woodstock, NY by Jonathan Leder
For the 20th Anniversary of Purple, the magazine reproduced a pocket-size zine of Richard Prince’s 2009 hardcover about a secret artist/model relationship between Franz Kline and Bettie Page.
You can get this zine when you buy Purple’s 20th anniversary issue.
This really fun show from two of my favorite Bay Area citizens Victor Reyes and Steel is on view at the Klughaus Gallery through October 7th. You have enough time to be lazy and still head over and see it. Or you can be real lazy and look at it here, but if you’re in NYC, go.
Watch a classic promo video below
In honor of Bryan Ferry’s birthday, we look back at some of the photography he art directed for Roxy Music. Be sure to watch the video after the jump, too.
Where did September go? This excellent show is only on view at Half Gallery until tomorrow (9/26), so you better get over there ASAP… or just live vicariously through these pictures right here.
Whichever you choose, make sure to read this essay on Eddie by Glenn O’Brien
Gone are the days of being a walking rectangle, what J. Crew is doing with men’s suits is outstanding. Affordable and stylish, their Ludlow Suit is crafted from exquisite fabrics (think Loro Piana) and cut to reflect the modern man’s need to look great without going broke. We recently visited their Ludlow flagship in Tribeca and came out both impressed and well-dressed. Have a look above at what you can expect to see once inside.
If you’re in the market for a suit, this store is the answer.
The Ludlow Shop at 50 Hudson
50 Hudson St. (at Thomas St.), NYC
Last night in SoHo there were more people lined up for a party at the adidas store than there were for the iPhone 5. What brought the crowd out was Ben Solomon and Nick Atkins’ curated show HERE WE GO AGAIN: A Visual History of the Past 3 Decades of New York City, an exhibition featuring works by Clayton Patterson, Elsa Rensaa, Bijoux Altamirano, Arab Parrot, Moredechai Rubenstein and many other New York artists. The crowd moved to the Stretch Armstrong provided music, the party flowed into the night as Christos Katsiaouni captured it all digitally.
Photographs by Dave Schubert