The people who are truly for you- always find a way to be there for you, even when they can’t be. You feel them {deeply} and they feel you.
—  Lalah Delia
new blog for bis magazine♡


As you may or may not know, Haruna Nakagori, who was the founder and editor-in-chief of LARME, left the magazine after Issue 024 (the new editor-in-chief is Ryuusuke Nakamura). 

It was announced that bis, a magazine from the 2000s, would be revived this year and Haruna would be editor-in-chief.

The magazine will have the concept: Fashion bible for becoming a woman while having a girl’s heart (Lady with the girl’s heart) (少女の心を持ちながら、大人の女性になるためのファッションバイブル (Lady with the girl’s heart). 

The magazine will have a pre-issue in May and then will launch in September.

With Haruna being the editor-in-chief and what information is available and how the Instagram feed looks so far, I’m very interested in how bis will turn out (it seems quite similar to LARME).

I made the blog ladywiththegirlsheart for updates, scans & translations similar to tsukinonaomi

If you’re interested in bis, feel free to take a look★there’s still some time yet before the first issue, but the pre-order is up already

And, thank you for over 1,000 followers here♥

Andy Warhol and Divine at a party in Andy’s honor at the re-opening of the Copacabana nightclub. Allan Tannenbaum, 1976.

Interview: Allan Tannenbaum with Justin Strauss

If you weren’t there to see it but can imagine in your mind New York City in the ‘70s, you can thank Allan Tannenbaum. Tannenbaum worked as chief photographer for Soho Weekly in the ‘70s and ‘80s, extensively documenting the music, glitter, fashion and magic of Downtown New York in an era when Art was Queen and nightlife, the great equalizer.

Find here an interview between two of New York’s most treasured gems — music producer, remixer and DJ Justin Strauss and photographer Allan Tannenbaum, who first met in 1981 when Tannenbaum snapped Strauss’ portrait during a DJ night at New York’s legendary club, The Ritz. We caught them chatting on a bench at The Gallery at Ace Hotel New York where Allan Tannenbaum’s retrospective show Take Me to Funkytown: New York in the 70s is on display until Monday. 

Justin Strauss: Hi Allan. Let’s start at the beginning. What inspired you to want to become a photographer? Was there someone? A photograph?

Allan Tannenbaum: I was with a friend who had a nice 35mm camera.

JS: Wait, how old were you? 

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Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas, October 11, 1916

Since Adam and Eve begun the dress up period, men and women have been keeping it up. But Adam was a lucky youth. He was very good looking, and the only man in the world, so it was not necessary for him to wear many clothes or study style.