Nicki Minaj opens up about her private life with her new album The Pinkprint, which is acclaimed to be her best album yet. In her interview with Rolling Stone magazine, she explains how hard she works and introduces the efforts she put into the release of her short film, The Pinkprint Movie. The movie consists of three heart-wrenching chapters, that are visual portrayals of songs off her album.
“One of my goals was to give people a glimpse into my personal life, because it’s something I’ve kept very private,” she tells Rolling Stone.
After watching the 16-minute video, for the first time in a long time, I felt close to the real Nicki Minaj. The path she’s exploring is something that I’ve waited for, and I couldn’t be more pleased. I’ve always said that tragedy inspires creativity. Her break up with Safaree Samuels might be the hardest to deal with right now, however with the passion for her career – she’ll be just fine.
Rolling Stone magazine hits stands, January 2nd. The Pinkprint in stores now.
When I saw the images for the latest Burberry campaign starring my faves – Naomi and Jourdan, I couldn’t have been more proud of the company I represent professionally. Shot by Mario Testino like the previous campaign, the two UK models have never worked together before. I’m sure it was a pleasure for Jourdan to have the Queen Naomi in her presence. These two look amazing and Christopher Bailey is brilliant for utilizing only women of color for such vibrant clothing. I can’t wait for the upcoming season at my new location – come shop with me! x View Post
Blowe Magazine presents Streets of Brooklyn, a French lingerie and boudoir story that took place in NYC. Without saying, Nakima Benjamin is amazing and the stories told throughout her editorials are always so inspiring to me. She’s someone that I enjoy working with and I’d love to continue assisting her in the upcoming year. The photographer behind this shoot is the visual assassin Kira Bucca. x
Madonna for the Dec/Jan 2015 issue of Interview Magazine. Photographed by Mert & Marcus, styled by Arianne Phillips.
Art and Fashion were brought together last night by the forces of the Guggenheim International Gala that was hosted by Dior in New York City. The annual fundraising event supports the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, it helps the Guggenheim’s care, study, and exhibition of its unique collections of modern and contemporary works of art and educational programs. The celebrity guest list included Camille Belle, Leelee Sobieski, and the effortless beauty Zoë Kravitz.
Zoë wore a sleek white Dior crop top and matching floor length skirt that showcased a glorious thigh-high slit. To complete the Dior ensemble, she wore a pair of pointy toe white pumps that featured a bow. The highlight of her chic look for the evening, was her accessory of choice. A bold beaded Dior choker necklace that held a large blue jewel. Absolutely stunning.