Yesterday we lost a hero, an icon, the last of the originals. May we remember him forever.
Here is an artwork I did for What!? magazine some time ago, inspired by Bowie.
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Fashion Film - Bond Magazine
Filmed and directed by Oggy Yordanov
Edited by Michaela Kesenheimer
Art directed by Jonas Oliver
Stylist Rick Partner
Hair Stylists Michael Bosacki and Lala Creative
Make up Jonas Oliver using Kryolan
Bodypainting effects and creative nails Emily Dowdeswell, assisted by Alex Chalk
Photographer's assistants : Sophie Reid, Vladislav Kolev
Models: Iva @ Models Union London, Anja K and Latesha @ First Model Management, Ellen Burton@ Profile, Sammie@Profile
Pink: Hat by Simon Ekrelius. Crystal Eyelashes by Habibi Crystals. Dress by Helen Steele
Black:Hat by House of Flora. Ear Piece, Necklace & Ring by Bjorg Jewellery. Dress by Corrie Nielsen
Red: Clear Visor by Francesca Marotta. Butterfly Dress by Jeffrey Michael
Gold: Gold band Necklace by Sorapol. Gold Spike Bra handmade by Habibi Crystals
White: Structured Basque by Alpana Neeraj
Music by My Family - "Fight for the Ice Cream"
Wednesday, 13 February 2013
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Featuring Joy @ Models1 this is a short, abstract fashion film delving on dark, eerie visions, showcasing Paperself eyelashes in a surreal fashion which I filmed some time ago for What!? Magazine with Samson Soboye and the amazing Nora Nona.
Thursday, 12 July 2012
Monday, 9 July 2012
Fashion Film for What? Magazine Feb.2012
Filmed and Directed by Oggy Yordanov www.oyordanov.com
Sunday, 8 July 2012
This is a short fashion film for What!? Magazine. Styled and art directed by the amazing Karen Binns. Featuring the aspiring young model Ryan Pickard who by the way is also a real boxer, hence my interest in challenging his vulnerable, softer side. Frustration and compulsion is what this piece is trying to project. I think we managed. See for yourselves peeps..
Ever wondered what is the London underground club-scene like? There is a new generation of club-kids out there who love to shock and challenge our views on clubbing in the 21century. A vibrant, colourful party circuit that is worth seeing.
For more pictures and info on the parties and the exuberant characters out there, go to http://www.londonclubkids.com - a blog I started some time ago.
After the release of my book "New Club Kids: London Party Fashion of the Noughties" which documents the scene in the last decade, the blog has been extremely popular.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
Saturday, 9 April 2011
This is my book documenting the revival of the club kid as it happened in London clubland. It came out in 2011 and looks back at the first decade of the century - a time of extravagant parties and some rather outrageous outfits that fill the pages. This decade goes down in history as The Noughties and boy, these were some naughty parties.
While you can find it in most respectful bookstores, it might be easier for you to order it online to save some time and have it delivered straight to your door.
So, to make life easier, I have compiled a few links where it could be ordered from.
Prepare to be inspired!
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/17oxTNv
Wednesday, 23 February 2011
25 movies that shook the world of fashion
Ticking off the calendar until Sex and the City 2? Well, we aren’t. There are just so many more stylish movies out there . . .
Thursday, 17 February 2011
Freshly released from the mother monster's oven, Gaga's new song is the subject of many a debate about its obvious Madonna "references". It seems that gone are the days when "Just Dance" and "Bad Romance" were creating a hype with their original sound and catchy hooks. References from Bowie to Queen were thrown in for a good measure, but in the past year, it appears that the only thing the lady has offered is "recycled Madonna".
And I don't just mean references here. If you saw her Grammy performance of Born This Way already, it is inevitable to spot the "Express Yourself" rip-offs. The melody, the dance moves, the lyrics, the hair....
Well, it wasn't. The body-modification, alien-humanoid look that we have seen in Torture Garden or even on the fashion
Saturday, 12 February 2011
As a real Tori junkie, I've got pretty much every cd, single, b-side, bootleg there is on her and for many years I've been making my own cd compilations as I'm getting bored with the ones I have. Every other year I would feel the urge to have a Tori month and I would make a new compilation [usually two or three cds] with my most favourite tracks that I've found from live performances or singles. These would always include "Winter", "Caught A Lite Sneeze", "Here In My Head", "Butterfly" and the rest would vary. In today's terms, that would be just a new playlist I guess, but for a long time I was in favour of the cd to the digital format. It's only in the last two years that I've gone completely digital and hence the need for a playlist this time.
I must say, it is the one and only Tori compilation one will ever need, especially if they happen to be a new fan or someone who missed most of her releases. It has every good song she's ever written [ok, one or two are missing but there's always something missing, even in my own compilations...] and it's such a pleasure to have all these 86 great songs in one huge playlist and it goes on forever. I've been listening to it since last night and only now got to the end of it. And not even one song that I would need to remove from there.
It is truly an amazing collection and I'm very impressed by the immaculate selection and the way they were put together. Well-done to the record company and whoever else worked on the tracks.
As for Tori, THANK YOU FOR MAKING SUCH A TOUCHING, DEEP AND MEANINGFUL MUSIC !