It's really bizarre that we've undergone this transition into these little avatars that are meant to be idealized representations of ourselves, and it happens on every level from something as large as a company to something as individualized as, well, an individual.I look at Tinder, for example, and what is Tinder if not these little, nitpicked, isolated moments of you at your most ideal? But also, in some way, it's intended to sell people on you, which is fucking weird because it has to be breeding this new culture of narcissism.Which is why his Dior campaign is so disappointing – he’s photogenic, he’s got a great face, he’s tall and he’s a delicate, sparkly heartthrob. Anyway, lots of magazines have little featurettes on Rob’s Dior campaign, but I kind of loved this one from Le Figaro (the translation is wonky but charming): His Dior campaign is a tribute of the New Wave cinema, broadcast for the first time on TV on Sunday night September 1st.
Ben: "The name is more of a reference to the stereotype that a band's third album is a return to form or their definitive statement. Ben: "Yeah, but I think it actually ended up ringing true.
I think this is the most comfortable we've ever been - it seemed very uninhibited and the whole recording process had a nice flow to it.
We improvised and jammed and there was this happy feeling, falling on the floor laughing over a synthesiser sound.
But then we'd be like, 'Now we have to write our album', then, 'Why can't this be the album?
The first thing the haters tried to do was hook him up with Michelle Rodriguez. Haven't they tried to hook him up with her before and failed?
Michelle Rodriguez & Girlfriend Leaving Whole Foods In This Photo: Michelle Rodriguez "Fast & Furious 6" actress Michelle Rodriguez leaving Whole Foods with her girlfriend in Venice, California on July 12, 2013.
Its mix of psychedelic drift and scattershot hooks is a natural, enjoyable development from Oracular Spectacular, and will go down a treat in the Sunday evening sun at Worthy Farm.
But even this mild messing with a hit formula has seen Congratulations dubbed "career suicide" by many journalists.
The album on which you can find it, Oracular Spectacular (2007), was named NME's album of the year and one of Rolling Stone's albums of the decade, on the way to selling more than 1.5 million.