Nagy Miklós Adrián
Happiness is to be found when in pursuit of it, in the soothed expectation, on the way, not only upon the arrival. Accepting detours, just going the way, which is anyhow not this obvious to anyone.
Happiness is just a hairflip away.
"The way the system works now, you see the clothes, within an hour or so they're online, the world sees them. They don't get to a store for six months. The next week, young celebrity girls are wearing them on red carpets. They're in every magazine. The customer is bored with those clothes by the time they get to the store. They're overexposed, you're tired of them, they've lost their freshness".
"Fantasia" is the title of this series of images and videos featuring Maximilian Rossi groomed by Gaby Pachmayr, styled by Lorand Lajos and lensed by Munich-based photographer Jens Moiré -with music by Jens Moiré.View more
Nota bene : 4 videos in the expandable
Nota bene : 4 videos in the expandable
Hailing from Budapest, Grósz Márton, Teremy Kristóf, Földesi Péter and Nagy Miklós Adrián of new Hungarian boyband Spoon 21 made a name for themselves during the fifth season of The X Factor Hungaria. They didn't make it to the finale in December 2014 but they could at least launch their career. And their hotly anticipated début single is finally out. "A város " ('The city') was composed by Szabó Zé and George Németh with lyrics by Molnár Tamás, while the promo video was directed by John Benjamin and Daniel Stámusz.
The 1975 are a Brit rock band from Manchester made up of Matthew Healy, Adam Hann, George Daniel and Ross MacDonald. They have released four EPs, while their self-titled début album was released in September 2013 through Dirty Hit/Polydor. Matthew, the son of actors Denise Welch and Tim Healy, grew up in Newcastle and Manchester. He met Ross, Adam and George at Wilmslow High School in Cheshire, south of Manchester, as teenagers and began to play music in 2002. The band formed when the local council worker organised a number of gigs for teens. Having previously performed and released material under various guises, the band eventually settled on the name The 1975. Matthew Healy recounts that the name was inspired by scribblings found in the back page of an old Beat poetry book by Jack Kerouac dated "1 June, the 1975". And on October 8, 2015, the lads announced their second studio album, "I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it", slated for a February 2016 release. They also dropped the first single of the album entitled "Love me", which is about rejecting superficiality of fame and embracing the fanbase. The frontman explained that the song referred to their narcissistic nature in regard to their rise to fame and expressed how they want to evolve with their fans. "Love me" is part RHCP at their most infectious, but ultimately soaked in a vintage vibe where 'Let's dance'-era David Bowie shamelessly meets the sexiest moments of Prince along with the shoulder-padded power pop of Peter Gabriel's 'Sledgehammer', with some Bros and Eighties sax thrown in for good measure. It shows the band loosening their grip on accomplishing much of anything beyond the sprawling, joyous fun of making good tunes. Directed by Diane Martel (the woman responsible for Miley Cyrus’ "We can’t stop"), the video The video takes us through a bunch of WTF scenes -some of which include lead singer Matthew Healy sipping and spilling champagne whilst hanging out with a ton of celebrity cutouts, including Harry Styles getting some tongue action. There’s also a hot tub, a magical floating guitar and some uncomfortable yet amazing dance moves from Matty, who is, by the way, wearing leather pants, Hedwig-esque eye makeup and is, yasss, shirtless the entire time.
"Wake me up before you go-go" is the title of this cover story by Sharon Tulasidas & Damian Huang featuring Dylan Bell groomed by Marc Teng and photographed by Alwin Oh for this month's issue of Style: Men Singapore.