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11 October 2009 @ 07:56 pm
Photography book + Freedom Awards live  
François Nars is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the founding of his eponymous company by combining two of his favorite things — beauty products and photography — in a new book.
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Like Nars' earlier book, "X-Ray," the portraits are intended to transform their subjects into new personas — but the twist this time is that there are two inspirations for each shot, an iconic image, person or emotion and a classic Nars product. The book features portraits of 15 celebrities: Marc Jacobs, Isabella Rossellini, Amber Valletta, Dayle Haddon, Naomi Campbell, Amanda Lepore, Daphne Guinness, François Vincentelli, Natasha Poly, Lisa Marie Smith, Olivier Theyskens, Carla Gugino, Shalom Harlow, Tyson Ballou and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
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After each celebrity was shot at Industria, Nars handed them a Leica camera and asked them to shoot pictures of their own, using the product used in their Nars portrait as an inspiration. These shots, like the book and the celebrity portraits, will be available for sale for 30 days at 15x15project.com.

Just 1,500 copies of the $80 book will be produced; each will be hand-numbered. Any copies that do not sell on 15x15project.com will be sold via narscosmetics.com.

Please read the full article at: WWDBEAUTY


Human Slavery Thriving in the Shadows - Live Stream

On Tuesday, October 13, Causecast will be streaming live from USC campus the Free The Slaves foundation's annual Freedom Awards. The Freedom Awards celebrates the heroes of the anti-slavery movement from around the world, awarding community-based organizations, individuals who have lobbied for progress, and former slaves who are continuing to fight human trafficking worldwide. This year, the awards will be presented by Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, Carla Gugino, Isabel Allende, Tom Shadyac, and many more.

The Awards show starts at 7pm PT (10pm ET), and immediately after will be interviews the celebrity guests, speakers, and more info on the anti-slavery movement and how you can help.



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