Don’t Miss : The Kate Moss Portfolio

May 13th, 2011 Posted by Janelle comments (3)

Kate by Glen Luchford in 1993

SEE THE BEGINNINGS OF A SUPERMODEL – THE KATE MOSS PORTFOLIO at DANZIGER PROJECTS May 12th – June 30th

Kate Moss is an undeniable fashion icon, but back in the early 90s she was just a fresh face just getting her start in the business. Danziger Projects pays tribute to those early days with a special exhibition, The Kate Moss portfolio, featuring “eleven 30 x 24 inch prints by eleven of the world’s leading photographers all of who have played a key role in picturing Ms. Moss.” Among the featured photogs are Mario Sorrenti, Glen Luchford, Juergen Teller, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Chuck Close and Bruce Weber.

GIVE BACK TO A GREAT CAUSE – KIELHL’S + SHARE OUR STRENGTH May 14th

Head over to Kiehl’s locations nationwide this week, to take part in their Erase Lines, Fill Needs, and Ensure That No Kid Goes Hungry in America. A unique partnership with Share our Strength, a non-profit that aims to stamp out childhood hunger by providing kids in need with nutritious food. On the 14th Kiehls will be donating 1.50 per customer to the organization and you can donate right at register as well. In select stores you can even purchase treats from a bake sale hosted by Ambassadors of Share Our Strength to further raise funds. Added bonus, In all freestanding stores, receive a complimentary 10.5 day supply of Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate and participate in raffles for over $150 worth of Kiehls goodies.

TAKE IN A CLASSIC FILM – TERRENCE MALICK SERIES May 13th – 15th

Fans of fashion on film ought to check out the Museum of the Moving Image’s series on the work of directorTerrence Mallick. Running from May 13th to the 15th it covers classics like Days of Heaven – aka the source material for every other fashion editorial set in the early 20th century.

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3 Comments

  1. Sam W says:

    I think it’s rather sad that they didn’t include any of Corinne Day’s phenomenal early work with Moss in the exhibition. The Face Summer of Love editorial pretty much launched her, Day was instrumental in creating Moss at that stage and one wonders why such a seminal period and photographer was excluded? Okay, maybe that editorial has been seen in extremis everywhere, but they could have included the “shocking” 1993 Vogue UK editorial Day shot of Moss in her underwear. Whichever way you look at it, to exclude Day, especially in light of her recent premature death feels like an insult.

  2. Antonio Barros says:
  3. glen luchford says:

    of course Corrine Day was asked to participate, but her family said no for reasons personal to them.

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