Today's Headlines


Apparently, we can't handle seeing our own in a potentially unflattering light. Joe Klamar, the professional photographer responsible for shooting the U.S. Olympic Team at the Media Summit in Dallas, T.X., is getting a load of backlash over the non-photoshopped and "vulnerable-looking" shots of the team from the press conference. [HUH.]

Terry Richardson gets behind the camera for Jimmy Choo's latest ad campaign, which has a high-rolling, late sixties feel and uses the idea of a younger Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithful as muses. Thankfully, the models resist wearing his glasses or putting their thumbs up for the entire shoot. [WWD]

Instagram users can now get themselves in Giorgio Armani's vacation scrapbook. The company launched this new initiative to enhance the idea of their spring eyewear campaign, Frames of Your Life, which follows a real-life couple around on holiday. Just upload pictures of you in your favorite sunnies with the #framesoflife hashtag, and it'll be automatically added to Armani's photo album on Or, ditch that idea and Instagram for us. We'll give you cash. [WWD]

Ricky Saiz, best known as the co-head designer for Supreme, opens up to POST NEW about his many endeavors, including directing commercial spots for Nike, consulting for Kanye West and DONDA, and filming the video for Hanni El Khatib's latest single, "Roach Cock". [POST NEW]

Dazed Digital recently caught up with Humberto Leon after Kenzo's SS13 show in Paris to ask what we're all curious to know, from the inspiration behind the jungle-themed collection to the general new creative direction that's putting Kenzo back on the map. [Selectism]

Internet access and online freedom of expression is now a basic human right, as of yesterday's unanimous United Nations Human Rights Council ruling. That's such a relief, because everybody has been so careful about what they publish on the internet these days. [Mashable]

Marvel Comics and A Bathing Ape are taking the superhero world by storm and collaborating on a summer 2012 capsule collection based on The Amazing Spiderman. The collection will drop in Bape's New York store on July 14. [Complex]