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Posts Tagged ‘Yves St Laurent’

NPR Namesake Cherry Glazerr Rolls On

CherylGlazerPicEarlier this year, Chery Glaser (pictured), the LA-embedded local host of NPR’s Morning Edition on KCRW, interviewed members of a local rock trio that named themselves after her. She began the conversation by throwing to a song from the band with: “I’m Chery Glaser, and believe it or not, this is also Cherry Glazerr…”

Nine months later, per a pair of items by LA Times reporter Todd Martens, things are rolling along for the teenage band consisting of Clementine Creevy, Hannah Uribe and Sean Redman:

Creevy has been managing the band herself and says the group is self-sufficient enough that she can afford to move out when she turns 18, though she intends to live at home and save money.

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2,000 Angelenos Will Receive YSL Manifesto

Although the term “Yves St Laurent manifesto” sounds like something of an oxymoron, the politically fashioned standalone mag is actually a well-known quantity within the clothing design industry. Come March 5th, for the first time ever, the YSL Manifesto will be handed out on the streets of LA to the tune of 2,000 random copies.

The New York Times has an exclusive first look. In addition to LA, other cities on the spring 2011 target list are New York, Paris, London, Milan, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. Via advance interview excerpt, YSL creative director Stefano Pilati explains the basic idea behind the magazine:

“I wanted to create a wider influence for the message that was being sent from the catwalk, by taking imagery of a collection and giving it to people on environmentally friendly paper in the street without targeting a specific demographic…”

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