The event was held in celebration of the opening of Mick Rock‘s “Shooting for Stardust – David Bowie & Co.” exhibition at the Taschen gallery, as well as the launch of the collector’s edition book, “The Rise of David Bowie.” It was sponsored by Raptor Films.
The two faces of Ralph Lauren’s Denim & Supply campaign opened up about their passion for music with the glossy. Check it:
Cody on leaving the major record label behind: “When you’re so young on a major label, it’s like, ‘Do this! Do that! Make this kind of music!’ I had no idea what I wanted to do. Free reflects my process of discovering independence.”
Tinashe on her music: “I have so much more to offer than being a copy of someone else…It’s been a learning process. When I was making Aquarius, some people didn’t respect my opinions. I think it was a combination of me being young, a new artist, and a woman. But you can’t allow other people to dictate your creative perspective.”
Cody on his relationship with Gigi Hadid: “It was getting so celebrity-oriented that it was kind of scary,” he says of their heavily paparazzied relationship. “But I’ll always have the craziest respect for her. Even if you absolutely adore someone, it doesn’t mean they’re right for you at that time in your life. Being single is amazing for me right now. I can focus on peeling back the layers and self-growth.”
Miley Cyrus rocks dreadlocks extensions while trying to make her way out of The Nice Guy on Thursday (September 3) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 22-year-old entertainer was joined by a group of friends and Cody Simpson, who tried to to avoid photographs by keeping his head down and hidden under his coat, as they made their back to their car following their fun night out.
Cody Simpson performs during 2015 World Humanitarian Day held at United Nations in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (August 18).
The 19-year-old “Thotful” singer joined singers Juanes and Inna Modja for the Share Humanity initiative which draws attention to major humanitarian crises in Syria, Yemen and elsewhere.
The U.N. says its humanitarian office needs $20 billion this year to keep 100 million people in need alive — double what it sought in 2009 — but it’s received less than 30 percent.
Last week, Cody gave up his Twitter account to Syrian refugee Thair Orfahli as he documented his journey that he made from Syria to Austria in order to flee civil war and the Islamist terror group Isis.
“so glad you could share your story on my account and raise awareness globally. cheers mate sending peace and love to you @ThairDamascus,” Cody wrote after Thair took over.
“psyched to be home! hosting a video Q&A and jamming @twitterau at 4pm. tweet your questions with #getfree,” he tweeted. “day 1 of 2 busy days in Sydney knocked out. then I get to Gold Coast chill with the homies once again”
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