From Miley Cyrus Midnight Sky smashing performance for The Graham Norton Show, Kaws sculputre unveiling at New York, to Zendaya’s Visionary award for her inclusion, diversity, and sustainability in the fashion industry.
Miley Cyrus Creates Her Own Dream M.I.L.E.Y W.O.R.L.D
Her official MV for her latest single ‘Midnight Sky‘ from her upcoming album She Is Miley Cyrus went out last August but her smashing rendition of the song for The Graham Norton Show last Saturday October 10 could be considered as an alternate version of it. The artist told Norton ahead of the release of the show about the set of the video:
“I created a set, it’s just a million miles, it’s a nightmare, I do not think anyone needs it, but again we are at this creatively challenging time, because we had so much time now that reality is off and we were able to kind of dream and apply our imagination in some way.”
If you are curious as well as us about what the other Miley’s wore, the Peony gown is a design by South Korean and Central Saint Martins 2020 graduate Miss Sohee (I.G. @miss_sohee) from her collection “The Girl in Full Bloom” and was styled by @bradleykennethstyle..
Watch Miley’s ”Midnight Sky” for The Graham Norton Show HERE.
Zendaya’s Versace Vintage Visionary
The iconic celebrity was awarded last weekend the Visionary Award at fourth edition of The Green Carpet Fashion Awards (I.G. @ecoage, @cameramoda) , which celebrates the best in sustainable fashion. As guest of honor the celebrity and Euphoria star was granted the accolade for her merits in increasing both inclusivity and divesity in the fashion industry. A statement by Camera Moda praised the actress as ”she has persevered in how she can personally make a difference in the industry, using her platform as an actress and as a creative, to open doors and give a voice to those who otherwise would not be able to showcase their talent.”
Getting into fashion, the iconic actress chose to wear Versace, but any design, but an archive brown beaded silk design from the #VersaceFW96 collection designed by Gianni Versace, a vintage yet visionary choice considering that more and more people are turning into the importance of sustainable fashion by using vintage pieces. Law Roach, Zendaya’s stylist, complemented the look with Bulgari jewelry.
Kaws What Party at Seagram
Following his What Party projects American artist KAWS, in collaboration with Skarstedt Gallery, unveiled last Friday a monumental 20-foot-tall bronze sculpture of his CHUM character at New York’s Seagram Building Plaza. If there is an example of the interrelation between art and architecture it would be this one, as the sculpture is set against Mies van der Rohe building. The current environment mood by the economic, social and political variables could be exemplify by the way puffy character’s body is set.
The KAWS’ WHAT PARTY sculpture is located at the Seagram Building at 375 Park Avenue, between East 52nd and 53rd Streets, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.