October 15, 2014
Penny Lane, who? Decades before Kate Hudson cemented mainstream notions of the word groupie in Almost Famous, Pamela Des Barres may well have invented it. The prolific author of legendary, best-selling memoir I’m With the Band: Confessions of a Groupie, Let’s Spend the Night Together, and a host of other titles (indeed, Hudson referred to the former in prepping for her role in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 flick), Des Barres counts Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Jim Morrison, and Keith Moon among her conquests.
See full article: Vogue
April 16, 2017
Saturday night Coachella festival headliner Lady Gaga took the stage at 11:29 in a black police hat and leather trench coat and opened with Schiebe off her Born This Way album.
She immediately followed it with LoveGame, during which she ditched the hat and jacket and encouraged the crowd to sing along.
Gaga also surprised fans by performing a new song, The Cure, about 45 minutes into the set.
April 12, 2017
April 07, 2017
“Vintage fashion is unique, it’s beautiful, and it’s sustainable,” said Georgia-native Erica Jarman, founder of the Starland District shop, House of Strut.
Jarman is among an emerging group of local entrepreneurs, fashion designers, and small business owners opening stores around Savannah dedicated to providing both quality, one-of-a-kind clothing; some are stressing the importance of buying vintage in order to not contribute to the “fast fashion” zeitgeist.
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