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Michael Layr for SHARP magazine Canada; Mai 2015

Photographer: Joel Lim
Styling: Hansen Putra
​Model: Michael Layr
Location: Marina Bay Sands

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Hennig Wargalla Retouch/CGI for Daily Telegraph UK

Hennig Wargalla Retouch/CGI for Daily Telegraph UK
Photos by Michael Baumgarten 

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Henrik BÜLOW for G-STAR RAW, collection by Pharrell Williams

Henrik Bülow has shot the campaign images for G-Star Raw! The collection has been creatively directed by musician Pharrell Williams and features the use of ‘Bionic Yarn’ – created by taking plastic from the ocean and breaking it down to produce high quality yarn.

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Jing Wen in Harper's Bazaar UK, April 2015

Model: Jing Wen 
Editorial: Beauty Queens
Magazine: Harper's Bazaar UK, April 2015
Photographer: Brigitte Niedermair
Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
Hair: Akki Shiarkawa
Makeup: Kabuki
Manicure: Mar y Soul

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¡Saludos Cuba! Airbnb is proud to announce that Cuban hosts will be opening their doors

¡Saludos Cuba! Airbnb is proud to announce that Cuban hosts will be opening their doors to U.S. travelers, sharing their beautiful country with guests, and helping to expand upon a world where we can all truly belong anywhere. At Airbnb, their vision is to create a world where you can belong anywhere—no matter who you are or how far you’ve traveled. Today, they are proud to welcome Cuba to the global Airbnb community. Starting this week, hosts in Cuba will list over 1,000 of their homes on Airbnb. For the first time in decades, licensed American travelers will have the chance to experience authentic Cuban hospitality at homes across the island. Despite its proximity to the U.S., Cuba has been off limits to most Americans for over 50 years. Part of Cuba’s appeal to visitors is that it offers an experience unlike anything else. Hospitality isn’t a commodity in Havana—it’s a way of life. Cubans have been welcoming visitors into their homes for decades. Casas particulares—a network of private homestays—have been a popular choice for visitors, as well as an important source of income for thousands of Cuban families. Further details and tons of photos :

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Milan Salone Preview by The Future Perfect on GoSee

The Salone furniture fair in Milan starts next week and we couldn't be more excited!  In anticipation, FUTURE PERFECT compiled the following list of must see installations and exhibitions. The Salone del Mobile is the global benchmark for the Home Furnishing Sector. An invaluable tool for the industry as well as an ongoing, quite extraordinary promotional vehicle. The Salone made its first appearance in 1961, designed to promote Italian furniture and furnishing accessories on the export market, and it has continued to do so impeccably, ensuring that the quality of Italian furniture is known to all four corners of the earth, and continues so to do, with half of all its visitors coming from around the world. After the success of the 2014 edition – attended by 311,781 trade operators - 205,464 of whom from foreign Countries; over 39,000 members of the general public and 6,276 communication operators – the Salone Internazionale del Mobile is reconfirmed as the acknowledged exclusive showcase for the latest in furnishing, with a vast range of top quality products in every conceivable style. The next edition will be held from 14 to 19 April 2015

About - The Future Perfect was born from a desire to create a showcase for exceptional decorative arts and design. In September of 2003, amidst a gathering of friends and enthusiasts, founder David Alhadeff opened the original store in Brooklyn with a party celebrating the burgeoning local design community. From those modest beginnings, The Future Perfect embarked on a path of steady growth and broadening horizons. Though still involved with the Brooklyn design scene, The Future Perfect has moved on from its Williamsburg roots, becoming a platform for design from around the world at its two locations in Manhattan and San Francisco. They are proud to feature many unique and special edition objects and furnishings from a diverse group of distinguished designers. Some work is by established figures in the design world while other pieces are by emerging talents. Taken together, they present a rich and compelling tapestry of dazzling possibility.

MILAN KIEZ by The Futurre Perfect - If you find yourself saying "senza glutine" or "io sono celiaca/o" to the waiter at every restaurant, fear no more! We've got you covered with this list of healthy eats in Milan:
Cantina Piemontese | Via Laghetto, 2 Milano
Capoverde | Via Leoncavallo, 16 Milano
Guyot | Via Arnaldo da Brescia, 3 Milano
Il Piccolo Padre | Via Principe Eugenio, 2 Milano
La Rosa Dei Venti | Via Piero della Francesca, 34 Milano
Le Specialità | Via Pietro Calvi, 29 Milano
Rigolo | Via Solferino, 11 Milano
Relà Cafè Restaurant | Via Principe Eugenio, 8 Milano
Bioesserì by NaturaSì | Via Edmondo de Amicis, 45 Milano

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Silverthorne – The Precision of Silence. 1st European retrospective of the work of American photographer Jeffrey Silverthorne (°1946)

The exhibition Silverthorne – The Precision of Silence is the first European retrospective of the work of American photographer Jeffrey Silverthorne (°1946). Using polaroids, staged shots, portraits and work that borders on documentary in style, Silverthorne playfully explores such diverse subjects as death, sex and old age.

Silverthorne’s photographic stomping grounds range from mortuaries to brothels, motel rooms, the studio and his family life. The exploration of the limits of body and mind is central to his work. By bringing together his entire oeuvre, Silverthorne’s desire to reveal the invisible, such as private thoughts, desires, obsessions and memories, becomes palpable.

This first European retrospective and catalogue aims to give this photographer the recognition his work deserves. The exhibition was organised in collaboration with Musée Nicéphore Niépce and Galerie VU'(Curator: Iris Sikking).

Jeffrey Silverthorne 20.02.15 - 07.06.15, Fotomuseum Antwerp/Belgium,