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HTTP://FIERTH.COM – In a career that spanned four decades of concerts, recordings, motion pictures, television and endorsements, Liberace became world-renowned. During the 1950s–1970s he was the highest-paid entertainer in the world and embraced a lifestyle of flamboyant excess both on and off the stage.
‘[He is] having his cock sucked !’
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Looks like an alien, sings like a diva – Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980′s most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through the underground New York music scene. A counter tenor who sang pop music with opera and brought his unique style mix to the club and alternative audiences. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was.
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – In 2005, Michael Jackson declared he would never return to his beloved Neverland because he felt violated by the police searches that had taken place there after he was accused of child abuse. In 2008, the theme park and its attractions were dismantled and sold. But not before intrepid photographer Scott Haefner and his friend Jonathan Haebe hatched a plan to sneak inside and capture the abandoned grounds on camera “before it was too late.”
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth sits down with Designer, Athlete, and Activist Jack Mackenroth for the premiere of The Fierth i-ON Interview Series casting light on fascinating individual worldwide.
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth is excited to introduce The i-On Interview Series . i-On will shed light on the innovative people doing amazing things around the world. From Artists , Performers, Visionaries and Tastemakers – i-On’s curation of insight and advice from these larger than life personalities will enrich and fortify our points of view while providing some light hearted fun from Fierth’s slanted perspective.
Fierth’s i-On Series is scheduled to kick off tomorrow with our premiere interview with Fashion Designer and Activist Jack Mackenroth and our list of revolutionaries is growing, The i-ON series will be published several times weekly – Be sure to follow us on facebook or sign up for Fierth’s weekly newsletter to find out who’s up next .
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at The Metropolitan Musuem of Art in New York closed on Sunday with record attendance 661,509 visitors. Hopefully it will come to Europe as well, the British fashion environment has started to make a Petition online asking for Alexander McQueen to be shown back home. I have already signed the petition even though I don’t live in London, but a short trip to the UK would be a must, if this exhibition really happens.
In the meanwhile Alexander McQueen has released behind the scenes pictures where each piece was photographed on both a live model and a mannequin to create the unique effect.
HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Jim Henson’s Fantastic World celebrates the internationally known creative genius Jim Henson, whose work encompassed film, television, and puppetry. The exhibition features over 120 artifacts, including drawings, storyboards, and props, all of which illustrate Henson’s boundless creativity and innumerable accomplishments.
http://fierth.com – Just days before the Chanel Haute Couture show is to be presented in Paris, designer Karl Lagerfeld sat down with Hilary Alexander at the Chanel studio on Rue Cambon to find out what is inspiring him these days. From what he is wearing to what he’s reading to his favorite music (it’s British indy artist Anna Calvi) he shares his feelings on fashion, “I don’t want an intellectual image, I’m a fashion person”. Check out the video by the London Daily Telegraph.