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Fashion Week Diaries: Ella Rattigan in Milan

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Fashion Week Diaries: Ella Rattigan in Milan

Model Ella Rattigan covers one day in the life of a runway model in Milan as part of our ongoing Spring/Summer ’16 Fashion Weeks coverage Check us out on Snapchat: @flauntmagazine “Let the shows begin!” *** “Yep I’m casting-ready. Let’s do this Milan.” *** “Classic Duomo selfie.” *** “Getting hair make up ready for Wunderkind.” *** “My look at Wunderkind show.” *** […]

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Flaunt Film: Christine and the Queens

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Flaunt Film: Christine and the Queens

Film by ioulex
fashion editor – Masayo Kishi
hair – Kiyo Igarashi
makeup – Yuko Mizuna
clothing by Thom Browne
special thanks to Pure Space Studio, NYC

See our interview and fashion shoot with Christine here

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Gerard Berjeau: A Meeting With The Prophet Of The New Surrealism

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Gerard Berjeau: A Meeting With The Prophet Of The New Surrealism

"Le terrorisme pushes the world against our face, le surréalisme pushes it away so that we can look at it, study it, think about it. So we can change it if we want."

The air creaks with the heat. All around me is a mad tangle of vines and sunflowers, and above me the sky is a crazy blue. Berjeau himself, a bull-backed Gaulois slab of a man, is lifting his cottage door off its hinges. For a moment I think he’s going to swat me with it, like a Cyclops, but instead […]

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Award-Winning Filmmakers We Are From L.A. On How 10,000 Hours Is Just the Beginning

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Award-Winning Filmmakers We Are From L.A. On How 10,000 Hours Is Just the Beginning

“We spend more time with each other than with our partners. Working with someone is like being in a relationship—both parties must communicate a lot in order to clear any dissonance they might encounter.”

33,000. This is the number of hours French directors We Are From L.A. have spent together in the past ten years: “We spend more time with each other than with our partners. Working with someone is like being in a relationship—both parties must communicate a lot in order to clear any dissonance they might encounter.” Clément Durou and Pierre Dupaquier […]

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Fashion Week Diaries: Jesse Stewart in Milan

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Fashion Week Diaries: Jesse Stewart in Milan

Model Jesse Stewart covers one day in the life of a runway model in Milan as part of our ongoing Spring/Summer ’16 Fashion Weeks coverage Check us out on Snapchat: @flauntmagazine “Enjoying the Milan views” *** “En route to castings—the Italian way” *** “Getting my hair and make up ready for Daizy Shely” *** “Face off with Heidi backstage at […]

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DJDS on How They Put the Work in

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DJDS on How They Put the Work in

“You have to play in some empty rooms in the middle of the country and fly home depressed. Then you’re a real artist.”

Down a lonely side street, away from the traffic, mountains, ocean, and the sprawl of Los Angeles, is a humble recording studio hiding a pair of DJs dreaming up inventive new beats, every single day. DJs Samo Sound Boy and Jerome LOL have been making music, eating, sleeping and then making more music since meeting five years ago. Their first album, Friend […]

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Panik Collective

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Panik Collective

Part of our artist portfolio from the Oh La La Land issue

The Panik Collective are a team of painters, sculptors, musicians, mathematicians, and curators who divide their time amongst multiple exhibition projects and public works. Their chosen medium changes to best accommodate the message, which ranges from academic (see “Chicken Heart”—a photographic and video piece produced for—but ultimately censored from—presentation at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana) to aloof (“Marina […]

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Philosophy Was Born in Paris but It Died in Los Angeles

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Philosophy Was Born in Paris but It Died in Los Angeles

We Sent Our Writer on Some Chakra Shenanigans to Find the Hollywood Fortunes That Live Outside Our Cookies

Mystic Maria was wary of appearing in a magazine if she didn’t know what the article would say: “I have a five star rating on Yelp, why do you think I would compromise that for your publication?” she queried before hanging up the phone. I realized that with the next psychic I might have to be a little clandestine with […]

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Pass Me Le Clop, It’s Time to Shred

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Pass Me Le Clop, It’s Time to Shred

A Fall/Winter 2016 fashion story featuring Addison, Logan, Maxx, and Paxton

Photographer: James Perry. Stylist: David Bonney for Network Agency + Management. Talent: Addison, Logan, Maxx, and Paxton for Mavrick Models. Groomer: Diane Dusting. Casting: Adam Browne for Six Wolves and Chad Ford for Bowlzilla.

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Cocoon Dreaming

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Cocoon Dreaming

Cinematic Insight Into Artist Alice Shirley’s Contribution To Hermès’ Illustrious Scarf Process

FADE IN: EXT. CAR – MORNING (LOS ANGELES) JENNIFER, a stylish woman, cruises down the Pacific Coast Highway in a white convertible—taupe leather seats, mahogany dash—with the top down. She is on her way to meet her art dealer at a gallery in West Hollywood. The silk Hermès scarf around her neck blows gently in the balmy breeze. NARRATOR (V.O.) […]

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