Category Archives: Music

Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls for British Vogue by Nick Knight

If leather jackets and nightlight colours rock your boat, you’re bound to fall in love with this latest fashion film by Nick Knight from SHOWstudio, which depicts the on-set mood during the ‘Mean Streets’ editorial shoot for British Vogue.

Donned in edgy, metallic pieces from the likes of Givenchy, Chanel and Miu Miu, Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls set out to conquer and run the world whilst channeling a devil-may-care attitude.

Throw in edgy music, this fashion film certainly elevates the notion of rockability to it’s greatest height. Clearly a genius one from maestro Nick Knight!


on a saturday morning

Currently rocking on my stereos : Kelly – When Saints Go Machine (from their album entitled Konkylie)

What a delightful tune to listen to on a Saturday morning, with it’s punch & citrus beats. Hmm… I’m inspired.


IndestructibleRobyn on replay is the best thing ever. Love those kickass beats.

Roisin Murphy | Viktor & Rolf SS2010 Paris

This is probably one of the worst collection from Viktor & Rolf. I totally don’t understand the direction of the collection; were they even thinking about toilet brushes and lamp shades when they designed those outfits? Because I honestly think that’s where their designs were inspired from.

Thankfully it wasn’t all that absurd as Róisín Murphy’s ‘Demon Lover’ and a few other more wearable outfits did help save their show. It’s a pity she had to perform alongside a hideous collection like this.

This is still the best song from daring songstress La Roux: In For The Kill.

Dancing on my own

Robyn’s newest single “Dancing on my own” from her first album in 2010, entitled ‘Body Talk Pt. 1‘ is a real gem. For some reasons, it sounds very 1980s Madonna-ish. Nonetheless, the best remix of this song which I have heard so far has got to be the Fred Falke Club mix, which features tinge of industrial beats.

Corporate Cannibal

I heard this song sometime ago, but never got the chance to blog about it yet.

So here it is. The wonderfully surreal video by Grace Jones, one of the greatest and most original singer and style icon of her time. ‘Corporate Cannibal’, the first single off her 2008 cd Hurricane, has really magnificient beats to the song and a visually-gripping bizarre art direction.

Lady Gaga do not even come close to this.