New Yorkers acknowledge André Saraiva as the rainmaker behind clubs like Le Baron, Le Bain, and a brightly burning 2012 trend week pop-up with André Balazs called, obviously, Chez André. But Saraiva, who as well owns clubs and a hotel in Paris—and edits magazine—first made a name for himself on the genus paris streets with Monsieur A, his forthwith recognisable graffiti character with an X-ed out eye, a big grin, and endless lank legs. 'tween the nontextual matter and the clubs, it's fair-minded to say two situation Saraiva understands are visuals and sex appeal, which is what brings us to his new short film "Love Henrietta." The convention is simple: slow, highly-sexed shots of a fine-looking cleaning woman cut with Saraiva himself piece of writing "Henrietta" in his marking knock and dark-skinned city block learning during Art basle Miami.
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New French Lingerie Line Jours Après Lunes Is for Girls Ages Four Through 12--Cute or Crossing the Line? - Fashionista
Here's a new development in the neverending saga that is France’s apparent snub for age-appropriateness (or our distant prudishness and over-sensitivity–depending on your persective): a new mark of “loungerie” (that’s lingerie addition loungewear) for girls aged three months and up has vindicatory been brought to our attention. It’s titled Jours Après Lunes, and it bills itself as “the first-born designer brand sacred to ‘loungerie’ for children and teenagers, comprised of loungewear and lingerie to be worn concluded and under, interior and outside.”It in essence looks same lingerie–with maybe a tad statesman coverage–and would be totally endorsement for adults to deterioration but Jours Après Lunes is producing this stuff for girls ages 4-12 (the “loungerie” for the 3 month – 36 month age compass is in reality age-appropriate and cute, thankfully), so that mother and female offspring can match. According to the site, the designer has a long-acting background in scheming underclothing (for grown ups) and she’s premeditated a “femme” appeal for the over-tween set.