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Studio 360: American Icons: The Great Gatsby

Kurt Andersen

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Publish Date: November 10, 2007

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The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons – Christian McBride

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The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons

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Brazilian music icons Caetano, Gil back on tour at 72Five decades after galvanizing the Brazilian music scene with the "Tropicalia" movement, Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso are going back on tour, older and wiser but still border-blurring troubadours. Gil, a politically engaged musical ambassador who once served as Brazil's culture minister, and Veloso, a wispy, gender-bending poet with a sublimely mellow voice, have been friends and collaborators since 1963. Caetano and Gil, as they are popularly known, shook the foundations of Brazilian music in the 1960s with Tropicalia, which blended the South American nation's samba and bossa nova sounds with rock-and-roll beats, electric guitars and psychedelic experimentalism.



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Brazilian music icons Caetano, Gil back on tour at 72

Brazilian musicians Caetano Veloso (L) and Gilberto Gil play a guitar at Gil's music studio in Rio de Janeiro, on June 15, 2015Five decades after galvanizing the Brazilian music scene with the "Tropicalia" movement, Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso are going back on tour, older and wiser but still border-blurring troubadours. Gil, a politically engaged musical ambassador who once served as Brazil's culture minister, and Veloso, a wispy, gender-bending poet with a sublimely mellow voice, have been friends and collaborators since 1963. Caetano and Gil, as they are popularly known, shook the foundations of Brazilian music in the 1960s with Tropicalia, which blended the South American nation's samba and bossa nova sounds with rock-and-roll beats, electric guitars and psychedelic experimentalism.



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Fashion Cartoonist, an anonymous doodler who has been featured in the trade publication Business of Fashion as part of its Fashion Funnies section, has released a new set of adorable cartoons.

The images, which depict fashion icons and celebrities as “children,” are a welcome light-hearted contribution to an industry that has the tendency to take itself pretty seriously. The cartoonist, who chooses to stay anonymous, explained in an e-mail to The Huffington Post:

“My blog is, in its own way, a tribute to the extraordinary personalities that populate the fashion world. I believe that, while fashion is definitely a very important and serious business, sometimes we take it too seriously. My cartoons put fun, irony and humor back into it!”

Fashion Cartoonist posts standalone images like the one of Rihanna, as well as nods to happenings in pop culture. Elton John’s feud with Dolce & Gabbana got the cartoon treatment, as well as Pharrell and Robin Thicke’s legal troubles. Even Iris Apfel is included, just off the heels of the release of her documentary.

Preach. To see more from Fashion Cartoonist, head to the blog and Instagram.

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Black Girls Rock 2015 Red Carpet: Jada Pinkett Smith, Tracee Ellis-Ross & More Amazing Style Icons

Newark, New Jersey, was the place to be on Saturday, as the most beautiful and brilliant women of color gathered for the 2015 Black Girls Rock event.

Founded by philanthropist and celebrity DJ Beverly Bond, the annual awards ceremony celebrates trailblazers in the fields of entertainment, politics, medicine and education. Cicely Tyson, Jada Pinkett Smith, Ava DuVernay, Erykah Badu, Nadia Lopez and Dr. Helene D. Gayle were this year’s honorees.

First lady Michelle Obama even made an appearance to empower young girls and stress the importance of education. She said, “I am so proud of you. My husband, your president, is so proud of you. We have so much hope and dreams for you.”

The positive image of phenomenal women was furthered by the jaw-dropping style of those present. Black and white was the biggest trend of the night with singers Janelle Monae, Jill Scott, Estelle and Ciara sporting the classic colors. But the Pinkett-Smith family ruled the red carpet sporting fashion-forward ensembles that accentuated their natural beauty.

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Left Bank vs. Right Bank: A Guide to Parisian Style Icons on Both Sides of Town

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Fashion never stands still. The latest shake-up doesn’t involve revolving doors, but a change of address: After more than four decades on the tony Avenue George V, Saint Laurent will be moving its headquarters to the bohemian Left Bank in 2018. This relocation is highly symbolic and another example of how creative director and change agent Hedi Slimane is, as Nathan Heller noted in Vogue, actively tweaking the soigné roots of the house toward something cooler. The Los Angeles–based Slimane has no interest in b.c.b.g. bon chic, bon genre, a sort of codified good taste; rather he’s fascinated by grunge and glam, as evidenced by the rock chicks, with their winged eyes and ripped fishnets he sent down the runway for fall.

Because Yves Saint Laurent was already a living legend and largely retired from public life when he took his final bow at the couture show in 2002, it is easy to forget that Saint Laurent, much like the character the YSL-clad Catherine Deneuve plays in Belle de Jour, was fascinated by the high and the low. “Yves, like me,” said Saint Laurent’s muse Betty Catroux in 2010, “had a passion for black leather, and all that was a bit louche.” In fact, one of his first acts of sartorial rebellion—one which indirectly cost him his job at Dior in 1960—was showing Beat-style moto jackets in crocodile to his couture clients. (Another was to champion the model Victoire Doutreleau, who was initially scorned for her “Left Bank look.”)



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Yves Saint Laurent with Betty Catroux and Loulou de la Falaise, 1969

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Saint Laurent might have been a king of couture, but in 1966, led by his intuitive sense of what was happening on the street, he became a pioneer of ready-to-wear with the debut of Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche. “The phenomenon of creation is the same in the haute couture or the ready-to-wear,” Saint Laurent said in 1968. “To me, there is no couture, there is just clothing.” So committed was the designer to his new line that for several years he banned the press from his couture showings to keep the focus on his off-the-peg fashions, which, while youthful, were anything but cheap and cheerful: “Compared with London’s Carnaby Street,” noted one contemporary journalist, “the boutiques of Saint-Germain and its environs are citadels of good taste.”

Saint Laurent came from a privileged background; Slimane was raised in the Nineteenth Arrondissement, on the Rive Droite, both were fascinated by the Left Bank, historically home to artists, rebels, and intellectuals—Picasso to Piaf. By 1957 the Left Bank’s “Beat” was so pandemic that it was co-opted by Hollywood (cue Funny Face). In 1966, the year Saint Laurent launched Rive Gauche, the wire services were reporting on the “jazzy fashion boutiques that have suddenly made Boulevard St. Germain and its environs the heart of young Paris style.” The power and allure of this bohemian style was, of course, only heightened by the proximity of its polar opposite, the Right Bank, where power and propriety hold sway. Here, a look back at French icons from both sides of the Seine.

 

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