When I first saw this shoot it was like a record skipping stuck on the word fierce…fierce…fierce…fierce….yep, there it goes again!
The shoot is called Butterflies and the fabulous photographer is Z. Berhan Yilman from Istanbul, Turkey (The place socialites and celebrities have been sneaking off to for the past year to party). Anyway, Mr. Z’s website is under construction but I found his IQONS and his Myspace. Do people still go there? I guess I should check mine. Anyway, here are the Future Friday photos. Let me know if you think they’re…um….fierce. 🙂
Love All Around, Cara Mia ♥ PS I’m kind of freaking out over the platforms!♥♥♥
***Special note. I was just contacted by Z. Berhan Yilman (who is extremely cool) and he told me he was the concept designer / fashion adviser on the shoot and not the photographer. Oooops! 🙂 The photographer is Mehmet Erzincan and he has more fabulous photos up on his site. SO, they are BOTH fierce and worth checking out. Thank you Z. for stopping by Future Hippie….you rock!
I recently posted about Georgia Jagger, the upcoming superstar model and daughter of Mick Jagger, and found out her boyfriend is Django James. I decided to investigate further to see what he’s about.
I found out that Django is the son of Dave Stewart from The Eurythmics and Siobhan Fahey from the all 80’s girl pop band Bananarama. He has his own band called Django James and The Midnight Squires, that is gaining popularity quite rapidly! Their music is kind of new school punk mixed with pop….but not cheesy pop. I really liked his vocals and think Django and his Squires are on their way to the top!
Here’s a video clip of an interview with Django from Billboard magazine and also a video of one of their tracks called Hurricane. For more pics and tour dates check out their Myspace. If you subscribe by email and can’t see the videos go directly to Future Hippie. Let me know what you guys think. 🙂
I’ve been super busy this week sorting my vintage clothing that is getting ready to go up in the Future Hippie Store and also giving my own closet a much needed once over. As I was digging through the never ending piles of stuff, I came across this large Five Star Binder simply marked “Fashion”.
As I unzipped the folder, piles of articles from foreign fashion mags and catalogs from my travels, fell gently to the floor. I discovered one in particular that brought back memories of late night dinners in restaurants tucked away on side streets, and mid day espresso breaks at the local cafe.
The mini-magazine is from Phard, I had picked it up during a shopping excursion on the Via del Corso in Rome several years back.As soon as I flipped it open I knew I wanted to post about it! The pics are bright and fun, everything I think the future is going to be, even though it was shot in the past.
Phard is still around and as fierce as ever! The photographer that shot the catalog is Stefano Bidini who is also still rockin’ some fabulous campaigns.Below are a few photos from the catalog, and the streets of Rome from that trip. I will put up more pics as I scan them in. 🙂
Ciao bella! Cara Mia ♥
The streets of Rome…. Some of the craziness being sorted….
Yay! It’s Friday! I’m looking forward to a weekend of friends, fun, sun and sifting through some of my vintage clothing that has been in bins waiting to be rediscovered. It’s kind of like going shopping in your own closet! 🙂 Some pieces I will keep and some will go up for sale in the Future Hippie Shop to hopefully find a new loving home.
Today seems like a good day to start “Future Friday’s”, a special day set aside for cool futuristic pics from a featured photographer. We’ll see how it goes since I get sidetracked sometimes (*wink*) but for now we’ll start with a set from Andreas Stavrinides called “Walking on Clouds” in Elle magazine.
Neon. Do you love it? Hate it? Dream of traveling to Shibuya just to bask in the neon rays? Either way it’s back in fashion in some subtle, and not so subtle ways. One thing for sure is you have to be daring to pull off this trend!
Elite Model Georgia May Jagger, the youngest daughter of rockstar Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall, recently shot an ad campaign for the denim company Hudson Jeans which has caused quite a bit of controversy since Georgia is only 17. The shoot by Mario Sorrenti, the former boyfriend of Kate Moss, features Georgia topless with a guest appearance by her boyfriend Django James. Django, the son of Dave Stewart from the Eurythmics, is 18 and is a future rockstar in his own right.
Personally, she is one of my favorite rising stars and I think she is gorgeous! Is she too young to do ads like these or do you think it’s o.k.? What age do you think is old enough? Leave a comment, I’d love to hear your opinions! 🙂
Here’s another pic from the Hudson Jeans ad, and a few others from her most recent shoots.
When I first saw pieces from the Basso & Brooke Resort 2010 collection, I though to myself, “Yes! This is exactly the wave of the future! Clothing that’s bursting with color yet totally sophisticated and wearable at the same time.” Now I have to give credit where credit is due, I was first mesmerized by Basso & Brooke while reading Couture Carrie, one of my all time favorite fashion blogs! I gravitated to this collection and had to investigate! 🙂
Since this is my first post on Future Hippie, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite pics from my inspiration folder and give you a quick idea of what’s in store.
My name is Cara Mia. Some of you may know me from my blog Hippie Couture which focuses on fashion, art, music and culture from the 1960’s and 70’s, and how it relates to today’s trends. While still giving a nod to the past, Future Hippie is more about the “nouveau hippies” and the trendsetters of the future.
The next generation is bright and all about color and individuality! It’s about self acceptance, expressing yourself through your creative endeavors and being kind to others. The future is fun! And this is what I hope to share with you though this blog. 🙂
Thanks for droppin’ by! Leave a comment and share your ideas and blogs with me. Who are some of your favorite “future hippies”?