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New York Fashion Week is in full swing and that means lots of parties with gorgeous people and free flowing liquor. Last night at The Westway, Cam hosted the Afterparty for the VFILES Made Fashion F/W Show. Dame and JuJu were also in the building and the capes were flapping. Hit the jump to check out some pics.
Jason Goldwatch and 13th Witness hit Florida’s Everglades for their WatchxWitness guerrilla photography series.
Would you just look at this enormous bottle of Moët Nectar Impérial Rosé. This is not the kind of bottle you crack on the bow of a ship or spray around the club willy-nilly. This is a thing of beauty. Hand engraved with 22-carat gold leaf by the craftsman at Arthus-Bertrand, the bottle features a leopard camo pattern and is limited to 60 bottles. Inside you’ll find 6 liters (about a gallon and a half) of Moet’s world renowned Nectar Impérial Rosé, one of the most prized demi-sec champagnes available today. This thing is baller.
You’ll be able to pick one up at Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits in New York City and select clubs across the globe on and after December 1st.
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Here are a few hi-res photos of Drake, Juicy J, Project Pat and Director X on the set of the “Worst Behavior” video shoot in Memphis.
Head over to Word on Road for a whole bunch of additional shots.
Photo credit: Matthew Henry Films
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After visiting Detroit, Jason Goldwatch and 13th Witness document Death Valley for their latest episode of WATCHxWITNESS.
Score by Alexander Spit.
Here’s the first installment of a new series from Mass Appeal featuring two of the most talented visual documentarians working today, Jason Goldwatch and 13th Witness. And what better city to set off a new photography series than the urban wasteland that is the Motor City. Features a cameo from Boldy James.
The WATCHxWITNESS series is half adrenalin rush / half shutter battle between visionaries Jason Goldwatch & 13thWitness. The duo venture to the places that most people fear, and they retrieve images that both arrest and caress. In the end, what we see is the intersection of past and present, and human kind’s innate ability to adapt and reinterpret. One man’s abandoned train depot is another man’s Technicolor disco. Welcome to the reflections bounced from a modern-day glitter ball.