Freja Beha is in São Paulo to shoot the new ad campaign for Brazilian accessories label Santa Lolla with photographer Henrique Gendre.
Rodrigo Santoro and Adriana Lima will be the new faces of Forum next season, replacing Marlon Teixeira and Natalia Vodianova. The ad campaign will be photographed by David Sims next week in New York, with styling by Joe McKenna.
The 2011 Creamfields Brasil festival will take place in Jurerê Internacional in Florianópolis on January 22. The line up includes Erick Morillo, Above & Beyond, Hernan Cattaneo, Gui Boratto, and many others. Tickets are already available online at blueticket.
Make sure to get a copy of the second issue of Made In Brazil Magazine. It is available at Livraria Cultura in Brazil, and online at madeinbrazilmag.com.
The Ultra Music Festival (or UMF), one of the biggest dance music events on the planet, will be landing in Brazil on November 6. The event will take place at Chácara do Jockey in São Paulo, with over 40 different attractions, including Fatboy Slim, Above & Beyond, Groove Armada, Kaskade, Gui Boratto, Carl Cox, Moby, Fedde Le Grand, and many more. Nightclub The Week will be part of the event, with a VIP area hosted by gay website Vipado, and international DJs John Shelvin, Eric Starsee, and Ralphi Rosario. Tickets are available online at Ingresso Rápido.
If you are in São Paulo this coming Friday, do not miss another edition of the Buati party at Lionsclub.
Rocinha, the largest favela in Rio, held its first Gay Pride Parade yesterday. 50,000 people attended the event, and there were no reports of fights or attacks during the event.
Lea T is now represent by Way Model Management in Brazil, but I doubt that any national label will have the balls to book her for an ad campaign.
If you are in São Paulo this weekend, don't miss the sixth anniversary of The Week's Babylon party on Saturday night. DJ Chris Cox will be spinning, and the party will have a Harajuku Lovers theme. On Sunday the club will be throwing another XL Pool Party at Clube Atlético Nacional with guest DJs Lydia Sanz and Tommer.
If you are gay, live in Brazil, and also annoyed at how your rights have been left behind in the presidential race, you should read this (in Portuguese).
The rumors were true: Gisele closed the Balenciaga spring 2011 show in Paris today. I am keeping my fingers crossed that she will also star in the spring ad campaign. View the complete collection here, and watch the show here. Amazing as usual.
As more summer national campaigns are being unveiled, I find it unbelievable that not a single major label has booked Laís Ribeiro for their ad campaigns. In my opinion, she would have been a much better choice than Chanel Iman at Rosa Chá, or Lisanne de Jong at Alcaçuz. There is not a single new Brazilian girl chicer and cooler than Laís right now.
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