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WATCH: The New The Great Gatsby Trailer!
Without a doubt,  Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and with the newly released trailer, we get a sneak peak of the soundtrack that seems nothing less than amazing. So there, we have one more thing to get excited over!  The soundtrack features a song from my ultimate girl crush, the amazing Lana Del Rey with a brand new song ‘Young & Beautiful’, ‘100$ Bill’ by Jay Z, and Beyonce who’s covered that gorgeous soulful track ‘Back to Black’ by the late Amy Winehouse.
Watch the trailer below and hear snippets by Lana Del Rey, Beyonce, Florance + The Machine ! 



Full tracklist:
100$ Bill by Jay-Z
Back To Black by Beyoncé x André 3000
Bang Bang by will.i.am
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) - Fergie + Q Tip + GoonRock
Young And Beautiful by Lana Del Rey
Love Is The Drug by Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
Over The Love by Florence + The Machine
Where The Wind Blows by Coco O. of Quadron
Crazy in Love by Emeli Sandé and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
Together by The xx
Hearts A Mess by Gotye
Love Is Blindness by Jack White
Into the Past by Nero
Kill and Run by Sia

WATCH: The New The Great Gatsby Trailer!

Without a doubt,  Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and with the newly released trailer, we get a sneak peak of the soundtrack that seems nothing less than amazing. So there, we have one more thing to get excited over!  The soundtrack features a song from my ultimate girl crush, the amazing Lana Del Rey with a brand new song ‘Young & Beautiful’, ‘100$ Bill’ by Jay Z, and Beyonce who’s covered that gorgeous soulful track ‘Back to Black’ by the late Amy Winehouse.

Watch the trailer below and hear snippets by Lana Del Rey, Beyonce, Florance + The Machine ! 

Full tracklist:

  • 100$ Bill by Jay-Z
  • Back To Black by Beyoncé x André 3000
  • Bang Bang by will.i.am
  • A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) - Fergie + Q Tip + GoonRock
  • Young And Beautiful by Lana Del Rey
  • Love Is The Drug by Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Over The Love by Florence + The Machine
  • Where The Wind Blows by Coco O. of Quadron
  • Crazy in Love by Emeli Sandé and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
  • Together by The xx
  • Hearts A Mess by Gotye
  • Love Is Blindness by Jack White
  • Into the Past by Nero
  • Kill and Run by Sia

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th 2013

NEWS: Jay Z to Sell Share of Brooklyn Nets to Become NBA Agent
Jay Z has launched Roc Nation Sports, a sports management company and the MLB All-Star Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees, is the first athlete to sign on to the label.
Originally, Roc Nation was launched in 2008 as an entertainment company, successfully representing the likes of Rihanna, Rita Ora and J. Cole. However, Jay Z states that it was inevitable, and only a ‘natural progression’ to expand Roc Nation in other fields that Jay Z has vested interest in, such as sports. 
 “Because of my love of sports, it was a natural progression to form a company where we can help top athletes in various sports the same way we have been helping artists in the music industry for years,” said Jay Z.
However, this means Jay Z must sell his small share of the Brooklyn Nets in order to start representing NBA players. Although Hov only owns less than one percent of the franchise, he’s been the central figure when it comes to the marketing of the Nets and even an influential figure on the changes the Nets underwent in the recent years, including the team’s name change from New Jersey Nets to Brooklyn Nets. 
Unfortunately, the NBA rules are clear, and that no individual who’s affiliated with a player representation company can have ownership stake with any NBA franchise. So, Jay Z must say goodbye to the Nets to become a NBA certified agent. Tough life. 

NEWS: Jay Z to Sell Share of Brooklyn Nets to Become NBA Agent

Jay Z has launched Roc Nation Sports, a sports management company and the MLB All-Star Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees, is the first athlete to sign on to the label.

Originally, Roc Nation was launched in 2008 as an entertainment company, successfully representing the likes of Rihanna, Rita Ora and J. Cole. However, Jay Z states that it was inevitable, and only a ‘natural progression’ to expand Roc Nation in other fields that Jay Z has vested interest in, such as sports. 

“Because of my love of sports, it was a natural progression to form a company where we can help top athletes in various sports the same way we have been helping artists in the music industry for years,” said Jay Z.

However, this means Jay Z must sell his small share of the Brooklyn Nets in order to start representing NBA players. Although Hov only owns less than one percent of the franchise, he’s been the central figure when it comes to the marketing of the Nets and even an influential figure on the changes the Nets underwent in the recent years, including the team’s name change from New Jersey Nets to Brooklyn Nets.

Unfortunately, the NBA rules are clear, and that no individual who’s affiliated with a player representation company can have ownership stake with any NBA franchise. So, Jay Z must say goodbye to the Nets to become a NBA certified agent. Tough life. 

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th 2013

WATCH: Beyonce’s “Mirrors” Campaign for Pepsi Revealed!
Beyonce, the Pepsi ad veteran, is back at it as the company’s new brand ambassador, looking so hot and convincing that I’m almost about to give up my Diet Coke addiction and start drinking Pepsi. Almost. 
In the ad, King B takes us way back to remind us of some of the most remarkable moments in her career. The ghosts of Beyonce’s past appear in the mirrors one by one, from her ‘Bootylicious’ to ‘Crazy in Love’ to ‘Single Ladies’ days. The slogan of the campaign is to ‘embrace your past but live for now’, but I could argue and question how relatable the ad is, considering most of us don’t have a past filled with fine musical moments or even the fraction of her success. Just kidding…I probably had more success than Beyonce could ever have in a lifetime. Well, I’m kidding for real this time, but let’s move on before I get sucked into the quarter-life crises.
King B’s $50 million, multi-year campaign deal is more of a collaboration  and a mutual marketing strategy by both PepsiCo and Beyonce’s company. So in short, Beyonce will star in Pepsi’s ads, have her face printed on cans, various product placements etc., and in return Pepsi will be the main sponsor for pretty much all of Beyonce’s creative projects.
After hearing the voice inside my head speculate over the possible budget for her upcoming Mrs. Carter world tour, I expect crazy big shit from King B. 
Watch the ad below and hear a snippet of her new song “Grown Woman’. You’ll also find some of the past campaigns featuring Beyonce. (Who could forget the Pepsi ad featuring the tasty three; JLo, David Beckham and Beyonce?)

WATCH: Beyonce’s “Mirrors” Campaign for Pepsi Revealed!

Beyonce, the Pepsi ad veteran, is back at it as the company’s new brand ambassador, looking so hot and convincing that I’m almost about to give up my Diet Coke addiction and start drinking Pepsi. Almost. 

In the ad, King B takes us way back to remind us of some of the most remarkable moments in her career. The ghosts of Beyonce’s past appear in the mirrors one by one, from her ‘Bootylicious’ to ‘Crazy in Love’ to ‘Single Ladies’ days. The slogan of the campaign is to ‘embrace your past but live for now’, but I could argue and question how relatable the ad is, considering most of us don’t have a past filled with fine musical moments or even the fraction of her success. Just kidding…I probably had more success than Beyonce could ever have in a lifetime. Well, I’m kidding for real this time, but let’s move on before I get sucked into the quarter-life crises.

King B’s $50 million, multi-year campaign deal is more of a collaboration  and a mutual marketing strategy by both PepsiCo and Beyonce’s company. So in short, Beyonce will star in Pepsi’s ads, have her face printed on cans, various product placements etc., and in return Pepsi will be the main sponsor for pretty much all of Beyonce’s creative projects.

After hearing the voice inside my head speculate over the possible budget for her upcoming Mrs. Carter world tour, I expect crazy big shit from King B. 

Watch the ad below and hear a snippet of her new song “Grown Woman’. You’ll also find some of the past campaigns featuring Beyonce. (Who could forget the Pepsi ad featuring the tasty three; JLo, David Beckham and Beyonce?)

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th 2013

Spring Breakers (2013)
Try as you may, but it seems inevitable to avoid Spring Breakers, a film directed by Harmony Korine and staring a couple of Disney stars; Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez and Ashley Benson, James Franco. First impression of the movie? You’d think it’s a typical teenage movie staring the good for nothing, but cheesy teen flick actors, but then you wonder, how would anyone manage to cast Kevin Federline James Franco in this cliché teen film? Isn’t he too good for this? After not much thought, I wondered why did I ever think James Franco was a better or a good actor in the first place? Because really, in my mind, his most memorable acting was for his role in the Spider Man where he had the most infectious smile I’ve ever seen on anyone’s face. Maybe because, academically, Franco has proven he’s a genius and lectures at some of the top US universities. *shrugs*
More recently, Franco was in ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’, a lot more family friendly film compared to the Spring Breakers, which makes me think that even he must be unsure of what kind of an actor he is, or wants to be.
What else is annoying about this movie? YES, James Franco does look unrecognisable in character as a drug dealer (and resembles K-Fed way too much), but will everyone please stop acting like James Franco is a method actor? Since when getting cornrows and grillz meant method acting? Not sure where I’m going with this post as it sounds more and  more like a rant than anything else, but I don’t even want to talk about the ‘Disney stars gone wild’ aspect of the film. Clearly, Selena Gomez is having teen life crises and wants to show the world she’s now a woman. (Remember Britney Spears going through the same phase and the ‘I’m not a girl, not yet a woman’, ‘Overprotected’ era?) On the other hand Vanessa Hudgens must be crying for attention as the world quickly stopped giving a fuck about her right after the High School Musical director, Kenny Ortega yelled out “cut, print, that’s a wrap” and fortunately her break up from Zac Efron marked the end of her 15 minutes. 
My thoughts are all over the place, but I guess, what I really wanna say is that, regardless of the fact that this movie’s been shoved in our faces, no, I will not fucking watch a movie about some Disney stars after dark. 
You know what they say, ‘90% of directing is casting’…
Watch the trailer below and decide for yourself. Spring Breakers is in theatres in the States and it actually had a decent opening weekend, coming in at number six with a total of $5 million. Meh…

Spring Breakers (2013)


Try as you may, but it seems inevitable to avoid Spring Breakers, a film directed by Harmony Korine and staring a couple of Disney stars; Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez and Ashley Benson, James Franco. 
First impression of the movie? You’d think it’s a typical teenage movie staring the good for nothing, but cheesy teen flick actors, but then you wonder, how would anyone manage to cast Kevin Federline James Franco in this cliché teen film? Isn’t he too good for this? After not much thought, I wondered why did I ever think James Franco was a better or a good actor in the first place? Because really, in my mind, his most memorable acting was for his role in the Spider Man where he had the most infectious smile I’ve ever seen on anyone’s face. Maybe because, academically, Franco has proven he’s a genius and lectures at some of the top US universities. *shrugs*


More recently, Franco was in ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’, a lot more family friendly film compared to the Spring Breakers, which makes me think that even he must be unsure of what kind of an actor he is, or wants to be.

What else is annoying about this movie? YES, James Franco does look unrecognisable in character as a drug dealer (and resembles K-Fed way too much), but will everyone please stop acting like James Franco is a method actor? Since when getting cornrows and grillz meant method acting? Not sure where I’m going with this post as it sounds more and  more like a rant than anything else, but I don’t even want to talk about the ‘Disney stars gone wild’ aspect of the film. Clearly, Selena Gomez is having teen life crises and wants to show the world she’s now a woman. (Remember Britney Spears going through the same phase and the ‘I’m not a girl, not yet a woman’, ‘Overprotected’ era?) On the other hand Vanessa Hudgens must be crying for attention as the world quickly stopped giving a fuck about her right after the High School Musical director, Kenny Ortega yelled out “cut, print, that’s a wrap” and fortunately her break up from Zac Efron marked the end of her 15 minutes. 


My thoughts are all over the place, but I guess, what I really wanna say is that, regardless of the fact that this movie’s been shoved in our faces, no, I will not fucking watch a movie about some Disney stars after dark. 

You know what they say, ‘90% of directing is casting’…

Watch the trailer below and decide for yourself. Spring Breakers is in theatres in the States and it actually had a decent opening weekend, coming in at number six with a total of $5 million. Meh…

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th 2013

WATCH: I AM OTHER presents: Stereotypes in London - Hipsters VS. Chavs

You may have previously seen our post on Pharrell Williams’ production company I Am Other, and more recently, a new webisode was released where the host, Ryan Hall visits London to ask the Brits what their views are on ‘hipsters’ and ‘chavs’.

The episode is pretty entertaining to watch and interestingly, at some point, the interviewees question Ryan’s sexuality based on his quirky fashion sense. Ironically, the whole point of the I Am Other webisodes is to react to the stereotypes placed upon people, based on physical appearance. 

Watch the video above to find out what the Brits really think about the hipsters and chavs. 

Posted on Thursday, March 7th 2013

Supreme x Vans x New Order
The New York street wear label Supreme has once again collaborated with Vans, and the teenager inside me is running wild. In their latest collaboration, Supreme and Vans have incorporated the ’Power, Corruption & Lies’ album artwork by New Order, and let me tell you, the floral print have never ever looked so cool. 
Supreme will release the three styles of Vans this month (March 7), the SK8-Hi, the Chukka and the Era, and will be available in their NY, LA, London flagship stores and online. They will sell out as soon as they go on sale, so if you don’t live in those fashion capitals, your best bet may be to buy a pair online, but get ready to pay a ridiculous price markup.
Sigh. This feels like being underage and having your all time favourite band tour your city in a 18+ venue. I would kill to get my feet in a pair of Supreme x Vans SK8-Hi !

Supreme x Vans x New Order

The New York street wear label Supreme has once again collaborated with Vans, and the teenager inside me is running wild. In their latest collaboration, Supreme and Vans have incorporated the ’Power, Corruption & Lies’ album artwork by New Order, and let me tell you, the floral print have never ever looked so cool. 

Supreme will release the three styles of Vans this month (March 7), the SK8-Hi, the Chukka and the Era, and will be available in their NY, LA, London flagship stores and online. They will sell out as soon as they go on sale, so if you don’t live in those fashion capitals, your best bet may be to buy a pair online, but get ready to pay a ridiculous price markup.

Sigh. This feels like being underage and having your all time favourite band tour your city in a 18+ venue. I would kill to get my feet in a pair of Supreme x Vans SK8-Hi !

Posted on Thursday, March 7th 2013

NEWS: A$AP Rocky announces Australian Tour Dates!
Ladies and gents, the moment we’ve all been waiting for is here; Pretty Motherfucker a.k.a A$AP Rocky will be touring Australia in June, with a special guest!
I will surely be cyber camping in front of my laptop, refreshing the Ticketmaster’s website every second to get a hold of these highly sought after tickets. I suggest, you plan ahead, get organised and have your shit ready, because he will sell out! Tickets go on sale on February 28.
Rocky has booked the small venues such as the Palace Theatre and the Enmore Theatre, only a couple of thousand people will get the see the Pretty Motherfucker up close. (Luckily, the venues are 18+ so they’ll be no annoying hipster high schoolers.)
A$AP Rocky’s highly anticipated album Long.Live.A$AP is finally out, and it was definately worth the long wait. The album is epic. You can download it here. Check out the dates below and see if he’s coming to a town near you!
June 27, The Arena, Brisbane
June 28, The Palace, Melbourne
June 29, Enmore Theatre, Sydney
June 30, Metro City, Perth
EDIT:  The overwhelming demand for A$AP Rocky’s Australian tour has forced the promoters to upgrade to bigger venues to accommodate his fans. Tickets for Rocky’s Melbourne show has gone on sale today through Ticketmaster. Check out new dates and new venues below:
June 26th – Arena - Brisbane
June 27th - Metro City - Perth
June 28th - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney
June 29th - Festival Hall – Melbourne

NEWS: A$AP Rocky announces Australian Tour Dates!

Ladies and gents, the moment we’ve all been waiting for is here; Pretty Motherfucker a.k.a A$AP Rocky will be touring Australia in June, with a special guest!

I will surely be cyber camping in front of my laptop, refreshing the Ticketmaster’s website every second to get a hold of these highly sought after tickets. I suggest, you plan ahead, get organised and have your shit ready, because he will sell out! Tickets go on sale on February 28.

Rocky has booked the small venues such as the Palace Theatre and the Enmore Theatre, only a couple of thousand people will get the see the Pretty Motherfucker up close. (Luckily, the venues are 18+ so they’ll be no annoying hipster high schoolers.)

A$AP Rocky’s highly anticipated album Long.Live.A$AP is finally out, and it was definately worth the long wait. The album is epic. You can download it here. Check out the dates below and see if he’s coming to a town near you!

June 27, The Arena, Brisbane

June 28, The Palace, Melbourne

June 29, Enmore Theatre, Sydney

June 30Metro City, Perth

EDIT:  The overwhelming demand for A$AP Rocky’s Australian tour has forced the promoters to upgrade to bigger venues to accommodate his fans. Tickets for Rocky’s Melbourne show has gone on sale today through Ticketmaster. Check out new dates and new venues below:

June 26th – Arena - Brisbane

June 27th - Metro City - Perth

June 28th - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney

June 29th - Festival Hall – Melbourne

Posted on Tuesday, February 26th 2013

REVIEW: Father John Misty live at The Hi-Fi Melbourne
Father John Misty just wrapped up his Australian tour and if you have an internet access, I assume you’ve heard ‘Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings’. If you haven’t, shame on you for having a life, and not spending enough time online to become aware of the seriously good music this guy makes. 
What’s so good about his music? Well, for starters, his lyrics are intelligent and this guy’s brilliance lies within his sarcasm and cynicism. Josh Tillman a.k.a Father John Misty reminds me of those rare, awesome lecturers of the Arts faculty, where if you overlook the sarcasm and take their words literally, you’d clearly be miseducated. 
The crowd at the venue was pretty typical, the cookie cutter ‘Indie’ music fans. Don’t even get me started on what the fuck the ‘indie’ is or who the ‘hipsters’ are. It’s mad controversial. Without getting side-tracked, let me continue with the review by stating how I was distracted the whole time with the bassist’s tight, shiny, silver pants. It was like watching Iggy Pop on speed, presuming Iggy Pop isn’t already on speed. 
I need a new paragraph to start talking about Josh Tillman’s dance moves. Remember how Elvis’ sex appeal was mistaken to be nothing but some ‘vulgar gyrations’? How his hip thrusts were the most controversial thing in the 1950s, and how the black and white television just wasn’t ready to show below the belt? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not daring to compare the epitome of sexy that Elvis is, to Josh Tillman, who falls a bit short compared to the king’s sex appeal. Nevertheless, Josh Tillman’s dance moves can successfully lead a contest in this decade’s standards. 
Father John Misty is great live, his humorous banters with the audience was just great. At one point, he shouted at a girl to ‘shut up’ after her squeaky ‘woo’. I was just disappointed that he didn’t slap her face after telling her to shut up. 
Father John Misty’s ‘Fear Fun’ album is available to download on iTunes. It’s fucking awesome! 
Scroll down for more on Father John Misty, and get to know the guy…

REVIEW: Father John Misty live at The Hi-Fi Melbourne

Father John Misty just wrapped up his Australian tour and if you have an internet access, I assume you’ve heard ‘Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings’. If you haven’t, shame on you for having a life, and not spending enough time online to become aware of the seriously good music this guy makes. 

What’s so good about his music? Well, for starters, his lyrics are intelligent and this guy’s brilliance lies within his sarcasm and cynicism. Josh Tillman a.k.a Father John Misty reminds me of those rare, awesome lecturers of the Arts faculty, where if you overlook the sarcasm and take their words literally, you’d clearly be miseducated. 

The crowd at the venue was pretty typical, the cookie cutter ‘Indie’ music fans. Don’t even get me started on what the fuck the ‘indie’ is or who the ‘hipsters’ are. It’s mad controversial. Without getting side-tracked, let me continue with the review by stating how I was distracted the whole time with the bassist’s tight, shiny, silver pants. It was like watching Iggy Pop on speed, presuming Iggy Pop isn’t already on speed. 

I need a new paragraph to start talking about Josh Tillman’s dance moves. Remember how Elvis’ sex appeal was mistaken to be nothing but some ‘vulgar gyrations’? How his hip thrusts were the most controversial thing in the 1950s, and how the black and white television just wasn’t ready to show below the belt? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not daring to compare the epitome of sexy that Elvis is, to Josh Tillman, who falls a bit short compared to the king’s sex appeal. Nevertheless, Josh Tillman’s dance moves can successfully lead a contest in this decade’s standards. 

Father John Misty is great live, his humorous banters with the audience was just great. At one point, he shouted at a girl to ‘shut up’ after her squeaky ‘woo’. I was just disappointed that he didn’t slap her face after telling her to shut up. 

Father John Misty’s ‘Fear Fun’ album is available to download on iTunes. It’s fucking awesome! 

Scroll down for more on Father John Misty, and get to know the guy…

Posted on Tuesday, February 26th 2013

adidas Presents: The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop
adidas is a genius when it comes to marketing that’s for sure, and their latest adidas Holiday 2012 Campaign is next level. ‘The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop’ is adidas’ take on the classic  ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens and it’s narrated by Snoop Dogg/Lion as Ebenezer Scrooge, and features the likes of David Beckham, Derek Rose, Dwight Howard, Jeremy Scott, Rita Ora and more. 
In the film, Ebenezer Snoop has lost his holiday spirit, so he’s confronted by the Ghosts of Holiday Past (Stan Smith), Present (David Beckham) and Future (Derek Rose & Rita Ora). 
Watch The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop below.
Happy Holidizzle, y’all! #bahumbizzle

adidas Presents: The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop

adidas is a genius when it comes to marketing that’s for sure, and their latest adidas Holiday 2012 Campaign is next level. ‘The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop’ is adidas’ take on the classic  ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens and it’s narrated by Snoop Dogg/Lion as Ebenezer Scrooge, and features the likes of David Beckham, Derek Rose, Dwight Howard, Jeremy Scott, Rita Ora and more. 

In the film, Ebenezer Snoop has lost his holiday spirit, so he’s confronted by the Ghosts of Holiday Past (Stan Smith), Present (David Beckham) and Future (Derek Rose & Rita Ora). 

Watch The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop below.

Happy Holidizzle, y’all! #bahumbizzle

Posted on Wednesday, November 28th 2012

Kate Moss & Naomi Campbell by Mert & Marcus For Interview Russia
The original supermodels of the 90s have reunited for the December cover of the Interview magazine, shot by the renowned photography duo, Mert and Marcus. Of course, they’re both topless, despite the fact that the month of December is officially the beginning of Winter in the Northern Hemisphere, and the holiday season. Naturally you’d expect the magazine cover subjects to address those themes, but how can you book both Naomi and Kate for a cover, and not have them in their birthday suits? No fucking way. 
Kate Moss recently got naked with another woman, for another December issue. Moss posed nude with Rihanna, looking like badass dominatrices for a spread in the December issue of V Magazine, shot by Mario Testino. We definitely enjoy seeing Kate Moss fondle other woman, so please keep’em coming.
This is Kate and Naomi’s first cover together since their 2008 Vogue Paris cover. 
Scroll down to see the rest of the spread by Mert and Marcus. 




Kate Moss & Rihanna by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for V Magazine December 2008


Kate Moss & Naomi Campbell for Vogue Paris 2008

Kate Moss & Naomi Campbell by Mert & Marcus For Interview Russia

The original supermodels of the 90s have reunited for the December cover of the Interview magazine, shot by the renowned photography duo, Mert and Marcus. Of course, they’re both topless, despite the fact that the month of December is officially the beginning of Winter in the Northern Hemisphere, and the holiday season. Naturally you’d expect the magazine cover subjects to address those themes, but how can you book both Naomi and Kate for a cover, and not have them in their birthday suits? No fucking way. 

Kate Moss recently got naked with another woman, for another December issue. Moss posed nude with Rihanna, looking like badass dominatrices for a spread in the December issue of V Magazine, shot by Mario Testino. We definitely enjoy seeing Kate Moss fondle other woman, so please keep’em coming.

This is Kate and Naomi’s first cover together since their 2008 Vogue Paris cover. 

Scroll down to see the rest of the spread by Mert and Marcus. 

Kate Moss & Rihanna by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for V Magazine December 2008


Kate Moss & Naomi Campbell for Vogue Paris 2008


Posted on Wednesday, November 28th 2012

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