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Clément Louis - Père Lachaise - Partie 2

Clément Louis. Deuxième round, peut-être pas le dernier. Tu pourrais être un peu moins photogénique, s'il te plaît ?

Clément Louis. Second round, maybe not the last. Could you be less photogenic, please ?









Je suis beaucoup trop sensible aux violons, c'est une véritable maladie.
I'm way too sensitive with violins, it's a real disease.

Perfection.




model : Dorian Cobb @Ford EU, photographer : Jean-Baptiste Mondino, in Numéro 18


Lost In Thoughts.


bustier Topshop / sarouel Sandro / chaussures New Look


...même un bustier taille 34 je ne le remplis pas...
...je suis un garçon sans contrefaçon, laissons tomber soutifs et hauts à la Dita von Teese...

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...on s'ennuie, on s'avale des films plus ou moins bons...
..."Je suis pas un méchant, je suis pas un méchant" dialogues débiles...
...de toute façon Daredevil ne sert à rien, vive Bullseye...
...placard débordant impossible de tout caser...
...songer à vendre quelques trucs et puis non si ça se trouve dans 3 ans je regretterai...
...envie de sauter sur un lit, de confettis et de couronnes de fleurs, je régresse...
...après l'effort le réconfort, menu A, tout bœuf fromage s'il vous plaît...
...et puis je vous aime, bonne soirée, rentrez bien...
..."...it's a competitive world, everything counts in large amounts..."...








Cette chanson me faisait pleurer à chaudes larmes, je la connaissais par cœur, MAIS JE NE CAPTAIS MAIS ALORS QUE DALLE. Ça doit être assez récurrent chez les gosses. Enfin je dis ça pour me rassurer (je pleurais sur Lucky de Britney Spears, aussi. héhé. hem.)
This song used to make me cry like hell, I knew it by heart, BUT I DID NOT UNDERSTAND A SINGLE WORD OF IT. Must be common with children. I'm trying to reassure myself (I cried on Britney Spears's Lucky song, too. hehe. hem.)


(eh j'enchaine les 90's ces derniers temps)

Hop Hop

myself à la soirée Burlesque par Sacha Hilton



Vous avez déjà vu la vidéo dans le post d'hier, et comme promis voici les photos et interviews sur les blogs de Flavor (featuring un joli menton à la Bogdanov) et New Look (2 articles différents), en attendant la sortie du prochain numéro Flavor.
Un gros merci à eux, et tout spécialement au staff de Flavor, tous vraiment adorables !

You already have seen the video in yesterday's post, and as promised, here are the interviews on Flavor and New Look blogs (2 different posts), before next Flavor issue's out !
And huge thank to them, especially to Flavor staff, they were all really adorable !




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Demain ballade au cimetière avec Clément Louis, que je shooterai avec mon .22, ambiance goth/Marilyn Manson/vive la mort/crucifix/Satan garantie...

Tomorrow, walk in the cemetary with Clément Louis, whom I'll shoot with my .22, with goth/Marilyn Manson/God save the death/crucifix/Satan touch guaranteed...



(je ne remercierai jamais assez Deezer pour me faire découvrir des trucs pareils. Sérieusement.)
(I'll never say enough thank yous to Deezer for making me find such things. Seriously.)

Cheveux dans la gueule



chemise Episode / marcel Petit Bateau / jean Sandro / chaussures New Look

Rhaaa le look grunge des nineties, les docs, les jeans troués tout ça tout ça... Je dois avouer que moi c'était plutôt Sniper, chaussettes par-dessus le jogging, bref bref je m'éloigne du sujet, c'est pas la même époque. Oui, donc, les super chemises à carreaux, les fameuses chemises que l'on voit maintenant partout sur toutes les filles ET mecs de Paris, les chemises de bûcherons, J'Y AI ÉCHAPPÉ oui certes, mais voilà, j'ai craqué ma culot je me suis jetée bref j'en ai acheté une. Je me fonds un peu plus dans le moule, c'est follement confortable, ohhh oui.
Et pour ceux qui se demandent, non je n'ai pas fait une permanente, c'est juste que le Babyliss est en congé.

Rhaaa the grunge look from the nineties, docs, destroyed jeans and everything... I must say that for me it was more something like Sniper (french rap band), socks over sweatpants, but I'm going away from the subject, not the same period. Yeah, so, the great plaid shirts, those famous shirts that you can now see on every girl and boy in Paris, the lumberjack shirts, I've been getting away from them, yes, but I finally bought one. I'm blending a little more, it's so comfortable, ohhh yes.
And for those who are wondering, non I didn't made a perm, it's jut that my Babyliss is on vacancy.



Kurt Cobain





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Et pour finir, une petite vidéo faite par FLAVOR en collaboration avec New Look. Et pour tout vous dire, c'est fou ce que j'ai envie de me claquer. J'ai l'air snob, mais snooooooob.
Donc à vendredi sur Flavor-Magazine.com pour les photos (et une autre vidéo, je crois), et au numéro d'Octobre pour les 4 Fantastiques avec Kenza, Stéphanie et Marie !

And to finish, a little video made by FLAVOR in collaboration with New Look. And what I can say is that I really want to slap myself. I look so snobish. Damn.
So see you on Friday on Flavor-Magazine.com for the pics (and an other video I think), and on the October issue for the 4 Fantastiques with Kenza, Stéphanie and Marie !




"Et heu, j'ai pas beaucoup de bijoux" hahahaha. LAWL, même.

Stealing The Future

I was taking a writing break, surfing the net, and came across Steal This Movie 2.

It doesn't directly address copyright infringement, or offer any solutions. But it does a very good job of explaining why copyright infringement exists, and is unstoppable. It's 45 minutes long, and well worth your time if you have any interest in the future of ebooks, concerns about illegal filesharing, and questions about what the future holds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpXK8mDTiNg

One of the ideas I found to be the most compelling was the concept of fences.

In the past, property (including intellectual property) had owners. If you owned a bicycle, or wrote a book, it existed as a physical object. To protect your property, you could build a fence around it, so it wouldn't be stolen. Then you could decide what to do with your property. Sell it. Give it away. Throw it away.

But there are no fences anymore. Intellectual property can be copied and distributed, and there is no way to protect it. In fact, the internet was created so people can share and copy information.

I've talked before about gatekeepers. In the past, TV studios, movie producers, and publishers have decided what media the masses can see.

The Internet is changing that. Now, everyone can produce media. The way the trend is going, there won't be any gatekeepers. Or at the very least the ones who exist will have more competition and fewer ways to make money.

For a society, that seems to be a good thing.

But is it good for a writer?

While YouTube has shown that a lot of people can produce media--media that can take viewers away from the TV shows and films produced by the gatekeepers--it hasn't shown how those media creators can make money. The money YouTube generates goes to YouTube, not the people uploading their movies.

And the majority of people uploading content to the Internet aren't uploading their original content. They're uploading media paid for by the gatekeepers.

If you're an artist who wants to earn a living, the way to get paid is to work for the gatekeepers.

But how long will these gatekeepers exist in their present form? How long before the media shared by individuals--both original and pirated--reaches more households than the established distribution networks run by the gatekeepers? And what will happen when that tipping point occurs?

In our desire to share and copy media, we're destroying the institutions that create the media.

But here's the thing. We're only destroying the institutions. We're not destroying the artists.

I don't believe the incentive to create is directly tied in to a paycheck. I wrote many books before ever earning a dime. And if the publishing world collapses, I'll still write books.

If people have an interest in reading me, money will somehow follow suit.

After viewing Steal This Film 2, you won't walk away thinking this is the end of media.

In many ways, it's more like a vibrant new beginning.

Where's Wally?

Aujourd'hui séance street-style un peu à l'arrache avec Marion et Romain, après avoir trainé dans des boutiques manga à la recherche du Saint Graal et après avoir fouiné à Episode et en être sorti avec une réservation et une chemise bûcheron rouge (ouais je m'y mets 1000 ans après, je sais, et je dis fok) -- (j'arrive pas à continuer, un débat sur les licornes m'empêche de me concentrer. (pour ceux que ça intéresse ça se passe ici))

Today street-style time with Marion and Romain, after we went in manga stores looking for the Holy Grail and after we went through Episode store and went out with a reservation and a red lumberjack shirt (yeah, 1000 years later, I know, and I say fok). -- (can't go on, a debate about unicorns disturbs me. I even can't translate correctly. (for those who are interested and understand stupid french jokes, here it is))


























Maggle


grouille-de-prendre-ta-photo-Romain-je-criiiiispe-je-criiiiispe


veste Cacharel / tshirt Zara /short Mango / bjoux vintage + Ma Poupinette / sac Sandro / boots Topshop


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