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Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills Hotel by mihaya featuring MIMOSAS

So i'll been a little too busy at work and as an activist (I think i'll post something about that later) and today I finally got some free time to post.

This days have been really hot and today I was (still am) craving for a cold, bubbly mimosa... That mimosa got me thinking about Hunther S. Thompson (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) and his time at the Beverly Hills Hotel Back in the 70's.

 Ofcourse, insted of mimosas he was drinking singapore slings, mezcal and LSD... but really who cares.. a morning drink is a morning drink, right?

This set is inspired by the coloros and vibe of the Beverly Hills Hotel specially at the 70's, a nice hot afternoon by the pool with not a care in the world.. and of course.. MIMOSAS.




I just LOVE HBC, and i love the quirkyness that Polansky uses. Lovely


Rick Genest for Dermablend

I know this is not new, but I just found it and I'm pretty sure not everybody has seen it.

 Rick Genest a.k.a "Zombie Boy", the IT Boy of Thierry Mugler / Nicola Formichetti participated in DERMABLEND's ad campaign for their body and leg cover makeup.

As you know, Rick Genest, model, performer and muse if fully covered, (well about 80% of his body) covered in tattoos of intricate designs of a skeleton, skull and rotting body.
The challenge was tu use DERMABLEND makeup to cover his tattoos and show how Rick looked before Zombie Boy.

 Here's the  video, and some pictures.

I think the transformation is amazing, and about Dermablend makeup, I'm totally convinced, perhaps I purchase some, this days Mexico City is really hot, and mosquitoes are going crazy, my legs look like i just had the chicken pox... If that makeup fully covered Rick's tattooed body, I think it can hide my mosquito bites just as well.




A very femenine look for a luch date, or an afternoon downtown. Don't you just love the one of a kind necklace?

Chrisitan Louboutin at the London Design Museum

For 10 days now, the London Design Museum is presenting iconic French shoe designer Christian Louboutin retrospective.

Louboutin’s exquisite shoes, with their instantly recognisable glossy red soles, are a unique fusion of fashion, craftsmanship, engineering and sculpture. This exhibition celebrates Louboutin’s career to date and showcases twenty years of designs and inspiration, revealing the artistry and theatricality of his shoe design from stilettos to lace-up boots, studded sneakers and bejewelled pumps. Louboutin’s shoes are the epitome of style, glamour, power, femininity and elegance.

 We all love shoes. Don't we? So being able to dive into Louboutin's shoe history is kind of a must in fashion. I live here the trailer of the exhibition, if you are in London or planning to go there the next two months you can't skip the opportunity  to pay a visit to the wonderful, magical world of Louboutin.


Andy Warhol's Bazaar Years

Yesterday night Harper's Bazaar Mexico and Latin America celebrated their 33rd Anniversary in a big way with the opening of Andy Warhol's Bazaar Years 1951 - 1964 exposition at SHCP Art Museum.

Some of the less known work of this prolific, iconic plastic artists of the XX century.

Illustrations of beauty products, jewlery, perfumes and shoes were the main characters of Warhol's work for Harper's Bazaar , before he became a re known  name in the art circuit.

His pre Pop years, less satiric, but with his unmistakebla touch, splashes of bold colors, stencil like pictures and tons of style
 “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.”

 Andy Warhol came to Camel ___ in 1951 with nothing to loose and everything to win, he made an impression and colaboreted with Harper's Bazaar for over a decade, thanks to this we can meet the firts stage of Warhol's ascending career.

 This event was catered by Jaso a fusion cuisine restaurant in Polanco. hundereads of pop inspired deserts, Mailyn Monroe Cupcakes, Banana tarts, colorfull macaroons and many other delicious treats.

 Doesn't this look yummie? I guarantee they totally were!

 Fashion editors, designers, artists and fashionistas were the main crowd of this event.

What do you think about Warhol's early work?


I don't give a shit bride

A rock n roll I dont give a shit bride look of Irina Lazarenou for  INDIE Magazine by Edouard Plongeon.
I liked this shoot a lot, it like "Yeah sure, lets get married, let me see what white shit I pull out of my all black closet"

What do you think about this editorial?



NARCISSE  Is the main editorial of Numero #133 Mag starring model  Zuzanna Bijoch witha very high class 60's looking vixen lensed by Sebastian Kim

The makeup style, iconic from former supermodel Twiggy by Maud Laceppe and a look resembling Paulene Stone and Whilemina Cooper in a glamourus white wardrobe by Alexander McQueen, Dior, Chanel and Givenchy styled by Diego Da Silva transport us to a relaxed and elegant afternoon in some 60's private club..


All City Canvas Inspired Fashion

ALL CITY CANVAS is an international street art festival that searches to join talent from all around the world in one place for one week. 

 In this first edition Mexico City offered it's best spaces for 9 of the most aknowledge artists of the movement to make great scale interventions.

 I created 6 outfits inspired by my favorite murals around the city. 

 Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Herakut is a German street art colective by Hera from Frankfurt and Akut form Erfurt which visual content is an intuitive expression of the mental state of their generation.

Bold color, thick traces and expresive looks...

In this graffitty we can see a little girl holding emblematic icons of the mexican culture like the Xoloscuincle and a Wrestler...

 I chose garments that portray the colors and some of the textures of his work currently located at the Universal Newspaper building in Mexico City.

See more of their work HERE


Escif is from Valencia, Spain. In his work he involves a mix of tecniques with a characteristic style. He paints fantastic characters, animals, every day objects and landscapes. His work is contemporary muralism inspired in grafiti, comics, movies and every day life.

He uses solid colors and simple lines to show a complex social critique.

In this set I decided to portray the style of the characters he painted in Chihuahua Building located downtown Mexico
 City with an unusual, modern and casual take on a classic tuxedo, with pieces by Balmain, McQueen, Vintage YSL, Oscar de la Renta an Louboutin, with a red Bobby Brown lipstick to tie the whole outift.

To se his more of his work chick HERE 

Vhils is from Lisboa, Portugal in his works he uses a variety of proceses  like acid crave, chlorine in wood, and materials he finds in the streets like old paper and used posters. He uses cincel y taladro to sculp his pieces form a wall stencil. His creation borns from destruction.

He does an amazing work with light and texture same that I captured with this color blocking and light refelcting pieces.

I chose the colors of bricks and concrete to mimic the colors of the surface he worked in.

Check out his work HERE

 Jorge Tellaeche is mexican, his work has a direct relationship with organic forms and color developed from dreamlike chaotic landscapes to a more explosive,
energetic interpretation of the same motif.
His murals that are charged with social commentary and sarcasm.

This mural is located in W Hotel Mexico, this has a very dreamlike vibe, a romantic but yet relaxed mood that i tried to proyect by the use of pastel, pink, mint, lavander an turqoise to creat a relaxed, femenine but sexy look with the touch of lace and sequins

Check out more of his work HERE.

ROA is from Belgium, obssesed with animals, he thinks they tell more about this world than any other creature. He has a unique grafic style that explores the relationship between live and death and the process of descomposition of a body.

He uses mainly black and white and represents a characteristic animal of each region he's working in.

This time he chose a Snake, 

I think a sanke is a really bad ass animal, so I made a bad ass outfit inspired by the snake itself, a cohesive look with pieces by D&G, Alexander Wang and Dr. Martens.
Dark clothes with the use of metals to represent de light of his work,

Check out more of his work HERE  

Don't forget to check out this places if you visit Mexico.

Which one is your favorite? 

What's your take about street art?