Happy Friday Folks! As the work week comes to an end, we deliver to you the weekly wrap-up of art x fashion pop culture news.
Burberry’s Fresh New Look
Burberry has revealed a fresh new look as new chief creative officer Daniel Lee takes the reins. Shot by Tyrone Lebon, the campaign stars an array of British talent including musician Skepta, model Liberty Ross, plus South Korean actress Jun Ji Hyun.
Professeur Anna Delvey
Art world socialite scammer Anna Delvey is set to speak to an MBA class at the prestigious Harvard University. The convicted criminal is currently under house arrest for her crimes. Anna’s upcoming speech at Harvard is one of her many post-prison projects, including an unscripted reality TV series titled ‘Delvey’s Dinner Club’.
Kate Moss The Movie
A Kate Moss biopic is in the works, and the model herself is the executive producer! The film centers on the supermodel’s relationship with artist Lucien Freud, for whom she sat for a nude portrait session when she was pregnant with her daughter Lila in 2002. It has been revealed that English actress Ellie Bamber will play Kate in the movie.
Anish Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” sculpture, one of Chicago’s most famous attractions, now has a cute baby sister. The smaller 19-foot-tall 48-foot-long work nicknamed the ‘mini-bean’ was unveiled recently to mixed reviews. The squashed sculpture sits at 56 Leonard Street in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood and supposedly cost between $8 – $10 million to create. What do you think?
The Designer Renowned For His Chain-mail Designs Has Passed Away
Spanish fashion designer famous for his 1960s chain-mail dresses Paco Rabanne, passed away last week aged 88. The sad news was confirmed by Puig, the Spanish corporation that owns the Paco Rabanne brand. The news came after a series of design icons passed away, including Vivienne Westwood.