Work by Melinda Santillan

  1. Givenchy spring 2012 Couture

    Riccardo Tisci decided to take the 2012 season of Givenchy Haute Couture into the baskeball court.

  2. milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

    1984 is the birthday of the two textile designers behind milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre. Based in Lyon, France they create silk scarves the old-fashioned way each collection with a set of beautiful modern illustrations.

  3. Puttin’ on the Ritz: Taco vs Fred Astaire

    The famous song re-done by 80’s musician Taco and the classic from Fred Astaire with amazing tap dancing moves.  

  4. Stephanie de Monaco: pop princess

    Before launching her music career Princess Stephanie de Monaco also interned at Dior,  launched a bathing suit line and modelled for the likes of Mario Testino and Helmut Newton.

  5. maricor/maricar

    Maricor/Maricar is an Australian design duo. I love their embroidery and typography work.            

  6. Diva by Jean-Jacques Beineix

    poster artist:Rene Ferracciç A young postal messenger with an obsession for opera steals his idol’s dress after a performance. An eccentric millionaire spends his days doing puzzles on the floor of his infinite loft while his 14year old kleptomaniac muse

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  7. Apple collection 1986

    Once upon a time at Apple computers… view the whole collection here

  8. Daphne Guinness at The Museum at FIT

    Daphne Guinness is one of the most recognized couture collectors and to say she is a fashion insider would be an understatement. She’s infamous for buying the entire Isabella Blow collection at Christie’s auction, (she didn’t want it to be

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  9. assa / acca 1987

    My new favorite Soviet 80’s film is ASSA / ACCA.  Set in the 1980’s, the empty resort town of Yalta is the backdrop for a tragic wintertime love story of a girl who has to choose between her mafioso older boyfriend and

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  10. Robert Charlebois 1969

    60’s French Canadian experimental music video. Robert Charlebois “Tout écartillé” 1969. J'<3 Montreal.

  11. Robert Mapplethorpe curated by Sofia Coppola

    Gallery owner and curator Thaddaeus Ropac, was one of the first to exhibit Robert Mapplethorpe’s early work. With his latest exhibition, he creates an interesting creative collaboration by inviting Sofia Coppola to chose her own selection from the Mapplethorpe archives.

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    El/52 is situated in an old house in Colonia Roma, Mexico, (it used to be the home of avant-garde director Alejandro Jodorowsky) and this historical space was a perfect setting for Theo Michael´s “Scholars in Space”. The formal presentation is reminiscent of

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