Guy Bourdin, Raquel, Isabeli, Roisin Murphy, And Calvin Harris

Coming Soon: MaRIO DE JANEIRO Testino


Check out a sneak peek at what's inside the book at Taschen. I am definitely pre-ordering a copy. 

Thanks Fernando for the heads up.

Rodrigo Santoro, Gay Bikers, Tom Of Finland, And Balenciaga

A Semana: Menswear Shows, Nadal, The Sticky & Sweet Tour, And Roisin Murphy

New York magazine takes a look at the most amazing looks from the spring 2009 menswear shows, and photographer JD Ferguson shares his favorite backstage moments.

The Spanish soccer team poses shirtless for Nike.

Nadal dethroned five-time Wimbledon champion Federer yesterday.

Has Lindsay Lohan really confirmed her gay relationship with Samantha Ronson?

Brazilian dates have not been announced yet for Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour, but Drowned Madonna already has some updates on the rehearsals and the rumored video with Britney.

The cover art for Christopher Ciccone's Life With My Sister Madonna was unveiled today, along with more details on the book.

Following Madonna and U2's footsteps, Shakira signed a $70 million dollar deal with Live Nation.

Watch Roisin Murphy's new video for Movie Star, and Martin Solveig's video for C'est La Vie.

Brazilianizer Of The Week #1: Jack Nicholson

According to Brazilian newspaper O Globo, actor Jack Nicholson is set to direct a movie based on Paulo Coelho's novel 11 Minutes. The story about a Brazilian girl who ends up living as a prostitute in Switzerland is being adapted for the big screen by Marcos Bernstein for New Line Cinema.

I am now reading his latest book The Witch Of Portobello, but I don't think it has been translated to English yet. More information about the author on his website.

Three Sides To Every Story

A few weeks ago I received a copy in the mail of Clarence Nero's new novel "Three Sides To Every Story," but I only found the time to read it this past Saturday on the plane on my way to Brazil. The novel is set in New Orleans pre-Katrina and deals with sexuality, society and race, themes which are as relevant in Brazil as they are in the United States. I haven't finished it yet, but I am finding it very interesting (and even educational in a certain level to someone who did not grow up in the United States). It was released last week, and is now available at Amazon.

Next on my reading list: Paulo Coelho's new novel A Bruxa de Portobello. I tend to read a lot while I am in Brazil since I don't have a TV in my room.

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