WEDNESDAY NEWSRUSH FEATURING THE RELEASE OF UNSEEN PHOTOS OF POP CULTURE ICONS

WEDNESDAY NEWSRUSH FEATURING THE RELEASE OF UNSEEN PHOTOS OF POP CULTURE ICONS

WEDNESDAY NEWSRUSH FEATURING THE RELEASE OF UNSEEN PHOTOS OF POP CULTURE ICONS

by CULTED
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Wednesday NEWSRUSH Featuring The Release Of Unseen Photos Of Pop Culture Icons.

Image credit: Phil Knott. 

It’s CULTED with your Wednesday NEWSRUSH.

First up, as part of its online exhibition ‘Not In Paris’, Highsnobiety is exclusively showcasing the full range of multimedia artist and designer Sterling Ruby’s work. The collection features Ruby’s one-of-a-kind designs, with many fashion items being made from excess fabrics and textile scraps.

Next, Cartier has enlisted Willow Smith, Jackson Wang, Rami Malek, Troye Sivan and Maisie Williams for its Pasha de Cartier watch campaign. Shot by Craig McDean, the campaign promotes diversity featuring five unique talents, all from different backgrounds on “five authentic journeys”.

In other news, VaultWorks has released never before seen photos of some of the world’s biggest music icons, from Aaliyah to Jay-Z. The photos are now up for sale as limited edition prints on the VaultWorks website, with 25 percent of proceeds from the sale going to MusiCares. 

And to round off today, Kanye West debuted the music video for ‘Wash Us In The Blood’, the lead single from his new album ‘God’s Country’ featuring Travis Scott. The video was directed by artist Arthur Jafa and features both original and historical footage of racial altercations with the police, video game imagery and more.

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See also: HIGHSNOBIETY’S FASHION WEEK ALTERNATIVE ‘NOT IN PARIS’

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