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"steven klein" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"Photograph. That i can't shake and there are so many insanely outrageous. Scorgeous photos of diane. Brill is a stark black and white picture of mick jagger. And he's staring longingly with the look of a schoolboy in a suit at this incredibly curvaceous woman in white platinum hair in an update cleavage that would make jayne mansfield blush staring back at mc with a look that says you got that right. You've never seen a girl like me before on the streets of nyc. Insane life of diane brel began in wisconsin. Then london in her early twenties and by some fluke of a visa. Problem new york city got her. God and boy did she. Will this town at the ripe old age of twenty six the york times of april. Twenty seventh nineteen eighty-five headlined an article. Diane brill rings over a world of parties and goes on to describe her answering machine with the nightly barrage of invites. That's when we had answering machines are lifelines. The invites were from the likes. Of andy warhol mick jagger and sting. Andy warhol famously said of diane if you were added party and diane brill was there. You knew your at the right party her supersonic beauties skintight rubber fashion. And don't forget. Her club entrances which drove the paparazzi insane with cries diane. They all made her officially known as the queen of the night she was the top of what became known as the fab. Five hundred literally the five hundred coolest people that were on any new york city guest list in the nineteen eighties. So we're talking iggy pop robert mapplethorpe john michelle. Basquiat herring any li vit- steven klein. Debbie harry mario testino and of course any warhol she was married to rudolph pipers. The owner of the legendary club. Dance a tear. Yeah that's where. Desperately seeking susan has madonna dancing and it also helped her in all the right places. But diane really didn't need any help. She ended up acting in films like iconic downtown nyc film slaves of new york for love or money with michael. J. fox was another one. She wrote a book boobs boys and high heels or how to get dressed in just under six hours in. You could still get it. She started a clothing line and she was dressing. Durant.

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"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"There is this idea that you have to put yourself in a box of. This is the kind of makeup. I do and that's something that i have always refused. I've never i've never said to myself. Golly gee the only way. I'm gonna make if i get like on a press tour for like a big marvel movie and work with like elite actress doing bronzes. Smokey is for a year. I i to me doing red carpet or like just beautiful everyday glam. That's like taking your first math course. That has to be something. That's in your back pocket at all times from the beginning. That's not like a goalpost for me so used to get frustrated by this idea that what excites me is like images with stickers and the jamie nelson hype imagery where it's like candy but what inspires all these agents in all these brands that are sponsoring things. Are these boring red carpet post with everyone pose like a tea kettle in front of. I'm like how am i. How am i going to make my way in this business. I will be so bored. If that's all i do you know that. I wonder why they liked that so much. I think that it's just an all an outdated structure but also to sell things. And if i get it i understand it. It's like if you are trying to sell something very specific. You can't have everything in the kitchen. Sink on it because people the general public can't dig through at all But i mean exist in a world. Where i can do. Both you know. Sometimes on the same people i can give you a beautiful red card. Bit just a nice fluffy lash and like a matt peachy lip and then the next day. We're going to give you like tapes and glitter and you know stickers and the whole kin

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"steven klein" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"steven klein" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is in the house was in his house again. Yeah, man. Did you see the story about Americans getting hassled up in Canada? No. Yeah, because happening. Canadians air worried about the virus, right, Coco Overtime team, and so you're not allowed to go into Canada. If you're American. So when the Canadians, especially up in Vancouver, for some reasons happen a lot. In Vancouver. Occasionally, when they see a car in Vancouver with Texas license plates or Wyoming license plates, they'll break the windows were key. The car Jeez, is not crazy. I mean, how it's you know, it's taken two countries that air I've been best buddies forever and I, you know, so in some ugly seeds in 12, Plus, they're like Cellist right of the two. You know where the hot heads with guns. They're the chill people with like, you know, whatever. They with a beer, You know, I think that I would expect that they would be more mellow, right hockey. Exactly. So that's too bad. It's kind of crazy. Then again, there are a lot of Canadians coming to Florida to get that vaccination. The sliding down Jane Wells did a piece on it s so they're kind of there. That's a sort of hit it and quit it thing they go down there. They get the vaccine and get out. Right then they get the hell out, right. But there should be those those vaccines should be reserved for Americans first. I mean, we're sending enough. We're sending vaccines up to Canada for the Canadians to use but coming down to America and getting in line before in American. I don't like that. Well, Florida That's a Florida thing. You know what they've done. They just that's it. You can't do that in any state could do it here in California, you and I am and can get the vaccine here. But in Florida got this wide open policy, and that's what they're trying to get people to come down there. That's why not nutty you know, in in Florida percentage wise, they have the same amount of death that we have here in California. And yet you go, you know, look at at any footage from last, you know, five or six months in Florida and everybody's partying like it's you know, 2019. Alright, that's crazy. Everything's opened up. Let's find out. He's Canadian to doing why they're going to Florida when they're just gonna You know, Wyoming or or I guess you're right. Wyoming is very strict with their with their vaccination. Florida is one were first come first serve, I guess is the is the policy there? Yes, it's the best assignment of the day, Jane. Oh, my God. I can't believe I'm getting paid. But here's the deal. Morgan over 3.5 Million committee. Canadians come down here every year, and they spend over $6 billion. But since probate hit that's down, 99% and those snowbirds bold enough to come are being 99%. That's that's pretty much the top percentage close to the top percentage. Yeah, that's huge, though. I mean, you know the and $6 billion down to practically nothing and those snowbirds bold enough to come, are being travel shamed. Got called by their fellow Canadians. How crowded with this broad walk. Be on a normal February day. Ah, Jane's working blue. I don't think they still use that term, right? How crowded with this broad walk. Be on a normal February day? Yeah, I think they used Lady ma'am Woman impact. Steven Klein is with the local Marea. Now the border with Canada has been closed for months. But Canadians could still fly here, though, few are what's the difference in occupancy from last.

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"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Little bit kind of a little bit of a question. Mark there so here. You're going to be honest with you. Yes and i think that's a nuance conversation by asking you to be like jay or nay. Okay here's the deal with my. Because no i talking editors like i'm asking you to i don't i i definitely don't hate enters. I was just teasing you. Here's the here's it comes naturally like this. Frustration may be from the early days of work so hard i used to put. I put all the work and not people didn't really know that i became very popular like when i started doing cam and after i started doing kim now before that i was an assistant. I was on the set with steven with steven klein with the biggest makeup partisan and fashion campaigns. And you know. I come from that world. People don't know that right so they didn't know that And so i feel like i got. I got put into this kind of bubble. I remember when i started doing kim. Because she went through agassi's well you guys know how it was in the earlier days. It's like reality stars. We're nagazine where it's like. We're not putting those people in the magazine Yeah i mean so like i was in that you know i was in that first hand and so i i feel like i would struggle. You know in my agents to earlier days like you know of just feeling like there was like feeling like editors in that world. We're so elitist again an kind of against me. You mean because because i was doing kim because that was my choice to him and because i did things a certain way different from the way everyone else was doing them and so i feel like i always felt like this weird Just this weird vibe that elitist than they wouldn't they wouldn't accept me or they wouldn't you know. Put me in their magazine. Because i'm you know makeup mariam kim's mak- parts you know what i mean. So in the early years before social media really became thing. There was that whole thing that i struggled with because like when you know that you know or even like in the earlier days with kim like when she started getting covers like photographers and editors would never wanna use me because then they would they would think. Oh no no. Because he's gonna do really heavy makeup on campus from hairstyles to with regular clients. The client gets booked but they won't book. The harrison is their own team. They don't want threat. Which i mean they still do want that but i think it's like people knowing that like you know people just not able to do other stuff and salt lake. There was that whole thing and then when the whole contour thing happened like i used to literally like fight with my agency all the time and and with pure who was in agency. Because i would try to make people not call me that i would fight it resist against it because i'm like no i don't want to be known as the contracting. That's not what i'm about you know. And then it got to a point. Where i was like. It's not until i accept it. That i started really like moving forward and good things started coming from it. You know getting great opportunities and great jobs from it and you know so. I'm like you wanna call me the concert thing now. So that's where my Now i'm i'm totally fine with editors and stuff You know cool. We're friends now. Yes i can our pr and stuff like that's like a part you know. Goes i guess that fainting. Like i don't i don't love doing interviews. It's one of those things that like like. Oh my god. It's like the extra part of your job where you have to answer the question that you have you know. It's always required of me because of all the brand contract. It's just one of those things of the jobs that are not my favorite. And so you have to say no to you know well. I think it's actually our contractual not. I love it of course when it's like something that i like but like the makeup questions. Let's also barring. And i know you guys are gonna probably ask question but like you know. How do you do this. I need that. Come to my master list. Podcast like we wanted to ask the deeper questions. That aren't maybe going to make it into the which i love. I love that. It's more fun like they want to get to. That's why we're talking about like timidly. Because it's like i feel like people from neutral. It was a. There's a there's a thing about the the artist like people get so hooked hooked on like makeup but it's not just like Subsidies compaq like make a beauty like they want to know the people they want to know. They want that closeness. Yeah they there's a fandom. I mean that's mo- started beauty like there's it's a fandom it's a whole thing so i think i think it's really cool you have going on I was gonna ask you just because we talked about this a little bit but you do get pigeon. Pigeonholed is almost the word. I was thinking when you were saying that people thought of you a certain way you talked about a few things you'd want people to know. Is there anything else that hasn't really like come to the forefront of value. They're like why don't people know that i work with. Who did you mention stephen kleiner. Whoever like yeah well. Now in the bronx zoo too. So that's good now. I think. I think like i could honestly care less. It's not. I don't care. I feel like i don't have anything to prove anymore. You know. I don't care anymore and i feel like once you stop caring about that stuff and it was probably still care anyway in the beginning but you know because i wanted to be successful and i wanna be respected and so i feel in the earlier days you know. I felt like maybe i wouldn't be. I wouldn't be able to achieve my goals because people think something of me you know and so now nothing bothers. It doesn't bother me. Like i mean i say. Even today i got asked requested to cover a certain book from another country from one like these photographer team. That's like one of the best in the world. And i'm like literally told my age. I'm like no. This is not possible like they would never request me. This is fucking. You're at that point literally. She's like mario like relaxed. They actually requested you twice before. Like i'm like there's no fucking way every question. Yeah i mean..

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"steven klein" Discussed on Unprecedented

Unprecedented

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Unprecedented

"And so the North Vietnamese had proposed a Christmas truce that year. Nineteen sixty five Christmas time and Robert Kennedy responded to the idea of a truce if I had my way at and all the war all sides Vietnam. I don't think it's that easy US kids. We heard about that and we thought that's a great idea. We have a truce this Christmas. The adults let's they should stop killing each other so that was part of our message and the other part of it was to mourn for the dead in Vietnam on both sides of the war. And that's what made it so controversial. Mary Beth Tinker arrives at school that morning unaware you bet. Her brother postponed protest. I was really nervous. I was the only student at my school. Warren harding in junior high school. That was wearing an armband and nothing much happened in the morning Mostly people pretty much ignored the armband. I got teased a little ledge by some of the boys at the boys table but they always teased as girls at the girls table. Anyway so that didn't bother me but after lunch. I saw my math teacher. My favorite teacher sure Mister moberly with pink slip in his hand standing by the door of math class so I knew I was in trouble then. I took the pink slip and I went down to the office and the Girls Adviser told me that I would have to take off the armband because it was against the rules. Well then I had a big moral dilemma. So I looked around the office and I looked at Mrs. Tanner and integrate stand of courage. I took off that Armband Dan but she said you know you're going to be suspended anyway. Because it's against the rules. There was another kid who it did end up wearing an armband that day and he was suspended two so so all the other would be. Protesters are in a pretty tough spot now. Do they wear the armband knowing that they could be suspended like Mary Beth yet remember. There were several dozen students planning to protest but most of them backed out at this point so that afternoon John Tinker and a few others got together to to talk talk. What now we tried to call the school board president and he said that he was not going to talk with us that it wasn't want an important issue and we could Take it up with the school board in January if we wanted to. John decided that he wasn't isn't GonNa wait until January. He would go to school the next day. Friday with his armband. I had mine in my pocket that morning. When I left the House I went to orchestra practice? I played the violin in the school orchestra and I was a little embarrassed. I put it on while everybody was watching. So I I after orchestra practice I went up to my homeroom and again. I didn't have the armband on yet so after home room. I went into the restroom so that I could kind of pin it on private and it was. It was problem dependent on it was held on with a safety pin and and I only had one hand to do it. Because you know an armband on your arm so a kid that I knew walked into the restroom and he saw let me struggling with that and he helped me pin it on then. I went to my first class of the day with the Armband on and John was waiting for someone to say something about his his blatant flouting of this armband rule But three classes into the day. Nothing when I got dressed after gym. Class I thought maybe people can't let's see it very well because I had a pin on over a dark suit coat and so I spend it on over the white shirt and it stood out very well and went. went to lunch like that and I saw my regular lunch table with my regular friends. And there's some some kids came over from a another table and really started to harass me and called me a Commie Pinko. And one of the football players ears came over to our table. My name is Steven Klein where I was in highschool demoing north. I was a football player. Z. Starting off injured right tackle. I probably weighed about yard. Forty pounds back then. Football players tended to be rather conservatively minded. I walked into the cafeteria and I saw John. Seated at one of the tables and a group of students were punching him and I was surprised because he he addressed to kids that were. We're harassing me. What I remember seeing is someone who was being ganged up on and that that didn't sit right with me and I thought even as a kind of a dimwitted fifteen year old? I felt that if somebody had an opinion to express the they had a right to express. Express it Yeah yeah in nineteen sixty five. It wasn't necessarily popular among fifteen year olds to be opposed to the war. I think most of us were. We're probably sort of need your following. Their parents sells about it and sell antiwar feeling was kind of their mm-hmm so just kind of on the spur of the mall and I walked in other and I interrupted the jeering taunting. And I said you know you you can agree or disagree with John's view of the war but he has a right to his attention. Right Techs Bresson so just leave him alone and he said you know. Oh you have your opinion about the war and John has his opinion about the war. John has a right to his opinion so leave him alone and I just thought that was and that was outstanding on his behalf. I remember looking at John John. John looked at me and he had Kind of a quizzical look on his face. Because yeah we weren't. We weren't close friends in high school. I looked at him as if to say you. Okay silently are you okay and I just kind of turned on my heel and walked down mm-hmm when I was in high school I was just as my jerk ball. Eight as as the next person and in in this case I happened to get lucky and do the right thing for a one inch and my three year career school When I went to my first afternoon class there was a telephone call to the class and the teacher took it and I I remember? He looked back at me and he pointed at me and he said John Tinker to the office so I got up and walked past everybody and walk down the empty halls to the office and talk the principal and he. He sat me down and he really tried to convince me to take that armband off and he said He said well. Maybe you've been listening to bad advice. Something like this could really keep you out of college. He said well you know it's important that during a time of war that the citizens support the government we we talked for quite a while maybe forty five minutes or so and finally he said. Well I'm GonNa ask you now you can take. The armband often often go back to class and it will be just like nothing happened. But I don't think you're GonNa do that are you. And I shouldn't home Tom. No I'm not and he said well then you can't be in school at the armband on and then on the way out he he said. I suppose you're GonNa go tell the newspaper and I said you know it was actually the school board. That called the newspaper for the first time mm-hmm and he said I guess you're right. School was letting out for winter break anyway so John Actually didn't miss this much but what would he do. When break was over he couldn't show up with a black armband otherwise he'd be sent home again? When I went back actor school in January I wore all black clothing And everybody knew what that meant. That's one way to get around. The Armband Armband prohibition wear all black clothing. They're not gonNA call you people's office and telling you to take off lows that's right and it I was A lesson listen to me. In the futility of banning a symbol because an idea we'll find another symbol The Iowa Civil Liberties Union met with the tinkers and the other kid who was suspended. His name was Chris Eckhart and concluded that these kids had a first amendment case. If the tinkers win they will be establishing. The rights is to free speech for every student in the country but if they lose if they lose then even what you called Matt. The most host moderate protest you've ever heard of a silent symbolic expression of dissent. Even that can be shut down in school. Do Students Have First Amendment rights in school after the break John. Tinker goes back to Washington..

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"steven klein" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith

"Haven't memorized, and I had to use cars, and I felt like a loser, then I skipped a car. So I skipped half of the speed. But it went viral. Sure. I'm. Named by I like public speaking, but that was, like another level most fun job. I've ever had. I don't know. I mean to me now modeling is like, it's all kind of one in the same. It's really more about the creative aspects of I was on a job with Steven Klein, who's this, like insane photographer. Lino. Just in case you didn't know information we did Budi length hair. We bleached my eyebrows law. Yeah, it was insane. And then we did like really creepy weird makeup. And I was just like walking around, what's that Highline hotel hotel, like a ghost in lingerie? And I had like three men not just like wanted to be with me. It was all part of the story, then they painted my face white with red lips. And I was in a thong and nothing. And why not I wanna see they were all like together in the bed, and I was just standing over them. It was really. Yeah, it was just magazine. What's it called V magazine? You know, John. I really fun shoe. And then what like what has been your worst experience at work, like, Well, I, I had a guy sexually harass me at work, and he it was a photo assistant. This is about ten years ago. And he kind of asked me he was flirting with me. I was seventeen and he asked me to come back with him, and we walked outside into a hallway and he didn't push me into a closet, but he was like, come here, and he kind of suggested that I come in with him, and he pulled his dick out, and he said, teen and he was like touch it, you know, like like he was just like touch it. Look at what happened and I was just like fuck this and I ran out, but I had to shoot with him the rest of the time and, you know, you don't wanna be that girl. That is a troublemaker because if you're the girl that's a troublemaker then you're never going to be hired for the job again. So I kept to the secret and then all this me too stuff. And you, you know I minimize my experience because of all these other big ones. But I realized doesn't matter. Now, the incident is a matter how small smaller big it's still is an incident and totally depending on the girl, like you don't know how she's going to harbor that and what it's going to turn into later. And the worst part is I, I worked with him actually recently about last year and you walked onto set and I freaked out like I could not say to him it triggered, like I reverted back to that girl. That was in the closet and also that girl that could be the troublemaker. Right. I totally feel you with, like those real, young experiences when you don't even know what to do like you enter the workforce at whatever twelve thirteen fourteen years old, your first job, you, you get sexually harassed at work, and then you're like, what like you're a kid, you were a kid like that is such a bad, welcome to the workforce. You know, I think the way you, you explained it helps. Open people's minds, especially men, as mine up to what actually the thinking is after it happened. You know normally much all yo seventeen is over. But how you explain it help that to help the open it up, and like, oh, damn that is some consequences to what you dawn are ju just explain it great. Like, seriously, you're using her sexual harassment story to sexually harass her. How? Long. They just know your weak spots, and they like John. Feels good fishing, I. Well, you know, something happened in may. When a girl pulled a gun on me. Oh now how you feel about this. No girl did full of gun on me when they take off my clothes and all that. And told me to come I listened. Going to hold on my experience. No, please. I don't know this story is going to be trying to get might actually be true. We're not minimizing men's experience. Just. They Keith is a pathological liar. Anyway. We got..

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"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"When Calvin was Kelvin Kline the real Kelvin, and he did all those commercials with Christie and all that kind of natural hair. But. Undone style, very very simplistic, but very sexy and very touchable. And then you have Howard who is like, you know, he he he razor cuts the hair, and he moves at around us a lot of product, it becomes sexy and kind of kind of almost rocks. It's kind of a broken rock star. But it's not really because it's there's a thing about it. That is touchable. You know? And then there's me that I covered the gamut, but I'm more theatrical, and that's a great word to describe you theatrical in in why I'm saying that is because I really believe in. I if from working with magazines working on a real clients, you have to know how to finish hair, and you have to know how to use the right tool the right thing to accommodate them and make them feel. You know, you're working with anybody. You know, and you have to kind of make it happen. And. You know, if if you're working with one of the photography, I worked with pen for years, and I was you know, the pens light. I know the pens light was one big light. It was so strong that if I was doing wispy hair or hair that was sticking out and being like extraordinarily grand. I'd have to make it three times the size, and each spike would be three times the width because the light would blow it out to make it look like it was a wisp. Then you worked with Avalon who wanted the girl to be luxurious and very sexy, but raw or whatever way you wanted to go. So you had to learn how to do the hair for that lighting. And then you head Steven Meisel that we did a lot of characters, and we did a lot the he trained models to be models. You know, like evidence did I mean, Linda learned how to move every muscle interface because Stephen woods, and I would we would play. And we had France wa and you know now. Works with Pat McGrath, would it would be like namedrop hole. Pull pull this muscle. Find that muscle pull this in. And it would like I would enjoy working creating this. Because all I'd have to do is go to Linden touch your hair, and then just go boop whole that in and she and done. Do you think there are photographers now who are treating models the same way in training models the same way? Absolutely not not there's nobody being trained there. Steven Klein can train a model. He wants them to really replica. Imitate him, basically. But he's still loves a beautiful odd. Strange or you know, there's something very sexual about it. But I, you know, working with the new group, I first of all they're intimidated when I'm booked, you know, because I'm garren, and so I have to break that barrier down. Like like, I'm used to having a conversation photographers are models that you're talking about younger photographers because you have to break that barrier because I'm so used to having a conversation. Like, what are we gonna do today? How do you want her to look, you know, I it's not how I want her to look, I wanna know how do you want? You know, are we doing a lot of makeup no makeup. Are we doing what air what do you? What do you feel and they really don't have a point of view? They just want you to get them ready and throw them out there. And then they're gonna take pictures. I mean are intimidated by the town. Well, maybe but may but they have their own crew. You know, what I mean they have their own group that they they're comfortable with. And that's the difference. You know, so, you know, I just you know, I'm just so vocal or so by Icees everything, you know, because I was trained by Polly Mellon, and I was trained by these these big photographers that is zero in on a collar is zero in on what's not working not what is working. I saw you on set. And you really do you clock everything or nauseous looking at the hair, and that's interesting. I think you know, we do have a lot of hairstylists who listened to a lot of beauty professionals who do work on sadder, you know, find themselves working with images..

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"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"And you have to you know, she did do other shoots with other photographers who had their teams. And I think that's the grooming that I had was that, you know, you have your team that the photographer has and the editor has and then you you go on and you move on to someone else. And then you come back to that person. But like, you know, but during the time of Madonna Madonna wasn't like I wasn't going doing her hair every night or every day when she went somewhere it was like, right? You know, it was for a project or was for something else. And also, I always kept. I was brought up that I would keep my respectful distance where now days people get right in. I would have to say in bed with them. Meaning they they are demanded by the artist in the artists, really sucks. The blood out of them. I we. We've seen that with you know, generally, obviously, we talked to make and hairstyles all the time. But we noticed some of them are very close to talent. Especially if it's like a celebrity, and it does seem like I'm speaking for each. I don't mean to you. But I'm kind of amazed by the line that is a road with some of them, and it's worrying, but some of them I do see like yourself. I was sick. Like, how do they pay them? Then like, are you paying me for this hair this time, or are you not paying me because this payday or just a friend day emotional labor of like being at their Beck and call and like being with their kids being on the plane twenty four seven Instagram that like I'm goofing around with them on the like, it doesn't feel. I never did. That is how I draw. I drew the line. I kept it really professional and Madonna respected that and she respected my point of view because you we're seeing through the lens of Steven Meisel or Steven Klein, or do you know what I'm saying? It's like it's like so expertise all like the thing that I have. And I'm very lucky is like when I'm telling you the big celebrities back in the day when they would come to shoot. And they were put in my hands. They already respected my work. I worked at Garin right now work ethic and today when you get new talent, and I'm not downing them. I just think they don't have. I think their handlers. And all that do more harm to them than letting them experiment with new people. Bubble. And it's like they're locked in this box. And they always look the same. And they end up the artist meaning the hairdresser or the makeup artists end up being attached to them. And there is no other challenge that they have. They just have the same routine that they're doing day in and day, iphone, I could. I mean, I just couldn't go there. You know? Because I my whole career has been a hairdresser in a salon a hairdresser on a fashion. Shoot hairdresser on a commercial a hairdresser for product for designer..

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"steven klein" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I in this game time we determined that. There's a there's categories for clips there stuff you want to show off. Like, that's tends to be a lot of shooter games. You feel off something bad ass. You did. There's glitches startled with a really funny. What from which I couldn't even remember having recorded before that we both recalled the exact same stuff that when it happens. Yeah. Mine was like, well, it was like ten percent. Good stuff that I've done a game. That's pretty rare like four percent glitches and like fifty percent screwing with them where weird physics ragweed, rectal you. So I did a guys do we have that video that we can show we do great. So I cut together. So what happened was on the XBox? You can hit a button and. Court. Yes, thirty seconds. So when I first started playing red did to my horse wrecked. And I went flying and Ashley laughs. And so I immediately recorded it then about twenty minutes later. I just did it again. And that the record that went to. And then I thought I got too many of these things, but I thought okay, you know, what I'm gonna do. I'm a record every single time. I crashed my. In red light real or so this is like one of the this is we don't really don't edit these for the clip show, but I ended together. Oh, my clips of me wrecking every single time in red dead to awesome. This seems like it is these boys gotta manner about I haven't got out. I never had trouble getting off the horse. Like you did. Yeah. Stuck? You're you're you're boot would get stuck on the saddle. I flipped off backwards. That was actually one of the first ones I ever. Did. You toss stuff the host Waymo that I my horse and stuff a lot. But you just got thrown. Running too long. I would happen is. I would I I love hunting and gain off the coast spook sewed always always be hunting down animals gracing like shooting at them. And then looking up and think oh shit and then flipping. The woman like tumbled head over heels in the horses ran away. That was I guess I went up a little bit of a Steven Klein horse. Fuck this until I like the ones where you fell back onto the horse. Grabs the horse to very specific animation. You can jump off a roof onto horse. It's like that animation off train onto the host. Can you you did it from the horse which have never onto the horse. Yeah. I I really like the one you just notice dive into a stump of that one. Yeah. Chatter just saying how how over the course of like two months yet was I fell off an equal amount of time you recorded every time you fell off your horse in red dead. You'd be surprised at how often it happens. There's like a lot of them that didn't make the cut here in Chad was Kelly cat ninety three's asking if that's gonna get posted on the few to the release for so gametime will be out on the Rouge website tomorrow. Ben. Okay. So it should be tomorrow on the website. But it's not a first thing. It's just on the website for free so go see it. Nice. And there's tons of stuff. One of my favorites is probably fallout isn't unexpected one for just amazing clips that come on and open world is great anything where there's an open world. And also where they do the cut scenes, but the world thing live around you. There's always a something can go wrong like someone just walks through the middle of your conversation or something I'll have to maybe can pull the one up for the Witcher. But. Is like catalysing my red dead play style. How dare you? I thought rate speaking of. Attacked. Sigheh saw something in the in the news. What did you see that a critical role has a kick starter for an animated version of their show?.

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"steven klein" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Maybe they were off for that moment. You gotta take that risk. It took a lot of courage for those on Pires to turn back haul over in front of fifty six thousand people were screaming. Now, I was trying to go for his glove and Arroyo, very good athlete. He got off the mound. Very quickly trying to go for his glove and the karate chop went a little bit too far. I guess form. Well, and there's I that moment was so like instincts of anyone who's ever played any sport like shit starts to go wrong. Like just trying to change the rules play a different sport. And see if it works out. It's probably football. Now. I wear. Yeah. Right. Like, I don't care if everything started to go wrong. Just you're you're like inner competitor flips. And you're like, yeah, we're not playing this game. We're playing a totally different center. I don't wanna victim blame. But Bronson Arroyo. I mean, have you seen the guy? I don't. All right. Let's do some. Let's do some fun moments. Let's let's do let's laugh at ourselves moments here because people are going to do all these interviews people. Always like, why don't you ask that? The picture of you in central park getting a massage loved it. Well, actually that wasn't. There was a patient Sandra park. But it wasn't a massage the massage was a skit that we did from David Letterman. Okay. The and it was kind of making fun of the year before me being taken us on ten. So I'm with my wife. She's she's at the time. She's kind of has an attache. And I'm like, dude, I'm from Miami. I'm pale. I have my frost. I was I thought it was really cool. I see a rock. What do you do when you arrive for Miami? Should've and get some sun has had pup Rossi's. I'll over me. Okay. All right. Yeah. That one place that I actually so we do this with a lot of guests. It's called questions from a first grader. Okay. So this comes from MRs Joyce's, first grade class TIMMY wants to know, do you really have a painting of yourself as a minute tar? I don't I never have. But I think I almost have to buy one because it's almost like a fact I'll buy we'll get you get when made fan. The meth. That's a great story. Okay. What about the photo shoot? When you're kissing yourself. That was that was a moment. Yeah. Moment in time. Yeah. That was a moment. And my God was that stupid. And my God, do I cringe what I'm scared of marriage anymore. What happens in that moment? Where like was just was Dogra for like era. Oh, do a former you're killing it. Oh, wow. Alex. Like, it's all it was Steven Klein who was a very famous photographer. It was a fashion magazine shoot. It wasn't a sports magazine. And I was fucking tired. It was like an eight hour shoot. I'm like, dude. I wanna go hit a baseball or something. And why am I here in this photo? Shoot is. Now what I do. I hate. So he's like down to the the eighth and ninth inning fields. And probably like wanna go home. So he goes like anything. You would tell me what it said. Yeah. Let's just do. It is the last one. He goes. Yeah. So you're close to the marriage. Yeah. Just like. Get right up to the mirror. I don't think he said just get like, so you get double the thing in this must be on our tick, really, oh, you'll shot it is. And of course, I got next to the mirror, and you know, the rest is recreate. I would love that. Mirror and just you two kissing. Okay. This comes from from Joni in the same very same class. They're very inquisitive punch. I guess so I saw you doing color commentary on your very first baseball game ever and your game note said on the picture birth control, baby. Pull out stuff. Is this some type of new sabermetrics?.

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"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Yeah. That was where I learned so much not necessarily, you know, the work that I do at celebrities, but just it really groom me and chain me in terms of product in set at a kit, and you know, being on set with photographers like Steven Klein every day, and you know, with the make bars kabuki, and we were doing massive campaigns every day. I mean, you know, someone who's like twenty me like nineteen or twenty twenty one years old to be doing those kinds of jobs every day was you are assisting at that assisting. Then most of the time for free. You know, I got paid sometimes, but it was most of the time for free, and you know, he's kind of keeping job on the side as well. Just for income. Whether it was retailer freelancing for brand or whatever it was. But yeah, I come from you know, years of that of that industry. And it was it was sort of after that I had begun towards the end of like my sister in years I had begun. You know, definitely working a lot more in my own starting to do some socialites in New York and starting to do some celebrity clients, and it was I also made a decision. At that time that I did not want to be fashioned makeup artist. Meaning I didn't wanna do just campaigns and details every day. Why is that why because I'm very realistic? That's number one. I'm also I watch a lot. You know, I even growing up. I didn't speak much. I watched everything and I listened, and I kind of see I'm very aware of my surroundings and at a young age being an assistant on the sets. I just saw what it was like. And I saw that. It was always the same teams of people for years, and it's like a mafia this same make and what's crazy is that twenty years later in nineteen years later today, it's still the same six or seven people..

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"steven klein" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Well, short getting to play when he's probably this second most. Probably the second most inconsistent player and city and he plays. Well, that's great. But what what credit are we giving you what about fence? Like every day has a couple of his best players sold away from him. And then yeah, okay. He has sought the season because I didn't because it was not right for the first month and often the season. He was very sick over the summer and came back and clearly was not a fitness for a long didn't play very much and since he's been back in the team starting massive uptick in their results. He's. He's lost twenty and move more. Importantly for this match lost Palomino he every because two years ago every year. This is TV every on a budget, slow steaming. And then he destroyed them that he destroys into its he's a cave, by the way. Like I thought onto our table team and said, yeah, that's their natural. That's natural. If we're going do. ESPN if see laugh everytime onto land has mentioned because they consider them to be this Steven Klein on practically will pick it up with them. I know them, I think. Yeah. I think giant history is that there may table side that's their natural dementia. This is look I think only teams in Italy spend more on on youth development, Atlanta. I think it's a good place to work. I think he's a good manager. But I wanna get bogged down in reading I mean, the reality is we can give credit, but it was also into who have much bigger budget screwing this up not for the first time. I think the less I see about Jami round the better it is. Yeah. At this stage, and this whole thing with there's defenses is so good. Okay. I'll give you scream year. I'll give you the Ryan and go day who's next? Yeah. I agree with that. You know, do the need to keep another veteran on high wages who you know, prime passes for everybody. Of course, the fourth defenders, of course, our friend run. Okay. You know, let's say the better. No. But this this is the reality tank takes it's it was almost like a blueprint is to how you can really the movement of Atlanta, and the courage that they had in the way that they attacked on the wings w w up. I really basically just ruining interim spreading themselves. Punt was exactly what people destroyed them Raja somewhere in this game on for cycle too. When he came on rightly so. But if you ask these guys who are finding mentally I think attacking fullbacks. Oh. A debate about whether he's actually been feel. But when you ask these people to defend on the Rhone until one because you don't have midfielders capable of of of dialling coming over and helping out you're asking for trouble. Yeah. To be honest. I think it was more defensively capable than onyx Endre. Saying much. But I mean, but. Between defensively capable defensively winning think Sandra's program is just that he gets to carry it away, as you know is noticed. Cost. Mccone? I mean, I is it is it you. Provocative is it to do on the side. Anyway, to to to note, the you know to really good results. No, no good result. Well. Very something too. Busy, right? Put him on the side of the three, and he'll have no problem running over and helping full back. Yeah. No ability to do it. So what do we think about the Ford line that just didn't help out? She know this is the fact that they just saw this massacre..

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"steven klein" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Something to talk about. Once again, lady Gaga is a master when it comes to giving her community something to talk about. There's a story that you may not know about her while many people cross the world. When you say lady Gaga, they think of the meat dress or they think of the ridiculous. Costumes or outfits, which definitely was part of the strategy of giving her one percent or something to talk about. There was one thing she did that you may not know about it was how lady Gaga went about getting people to talk about her scent. Teams like everywhere you look when you see these Popstars hell have their own perfume. Justin Bieber has girlfriend, which I thought it was going to be Bieber. Fever. I would have gotten that one coup else has went beyond, say, had her perfume lady Gaga realized that sure she could go about creating her own sent yet as mother monster. She wanted to go above and beyond and use this as an opportunity to not only express the core values of her brand, but also give her people something to talk about. But what I love about Gaga to really create stories behind things that she does. And so she said to look, I if I'm gonna do perfume, here's what I wanna do on wanted to perfume called stain and Gaga was a student of fame. She studied Andy Warhol and she said, you know, Fain is a very seductive thing. It's council be dark bang, kind of scary. And I want this perfume to be black in the bottle and spray on clear. I want people to be almost afraid to put it on, and they told her couldn't be done. They said, can you come up with something else? And she said, you know what? That's at the end. If you don't wanna do it, forget it. And then they realize, oh my goodness, lady Gaga and said, they put their scientists on it and six months later, they came out with a pending formula of this first ever black ODA par film that is back in the bottle. It sprays on clear and it had never been done before, and I am. I do keynotes and actually bring this out sprayed on people. I'm sorry. Sprayed on you today, but it it's actually smells great and it's unisex and one of things that she did to help market biz again, lady Gaga does nothing small. She partnered with Steven Klein and they got a million dollars of budget and created an eight minute movie about the perfume, and the special effects of this movie will rival any horror or thriller or scifi movie you've ever seen, and you can go to YouTube and find that end. So this thing was launched into the world, the perfume, this crazy movie. And this perfume became the facility perfume after Chanel number five, six million balls in the first week, thirty million bottles in the first six months. And I love this quote from the chief marketing officer Cody. She said, you know, Gaga was really behind the biggest innovation in the fragrance industry. In the last twenty years, she gave people things talk about. She gave her fans something to talk about it. It was different, and that's why I think it was so successful. What we want to highlight here is that you have to push yourself creatively and go beyond what you normally do, or what's your competitors normally do? Are you giving your customers things to talk about. We need to. So they'll keep vandalizing us to their family in the France..

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"steven klein" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Steven Klein photos and if anyone knows who he is is pretty much a new I. Know so Oh Speaking Rings and I'm all glam. That and I'm, like you're naked when Donald Trump I was in a row Okay just going. To let that roll on No you were. Just. In like a robe and nothing else Release the whole prison if you're told Thanks for your call Alice then okay. By cherish women So, she. Actually said I'm not. Gonna say. Anything. Bad yeah yes Okay I've never seen a keeping up with the car. Dash? Shell must be one, of the few you've seen it? Before, right At least an episode not a full. Episode but you've seen the like five minutes of, it yeah I have not seen her speak a whole lot. To. Be honest and so we're having this conversation off air producer Craig Collins is involved and it's whether or not she's. Attractive And I'm like I mean just as a person attractive. Yeah she's attractive I mean there are some people, they're attractive they start talking and then the attractiveness goes down I suspect that's. In. Play here for some people could be but I mean just as far as, an attractive person Greg yeah I would I would think that you're, right about that, Jamie there, might be other things in? Play, when I'm. Considering her, level of attractiveness and then I. Can't forget how she sounds when she says words She, says The most brutal take downs I've. Ever heard I apologize to. Kim Kardashian What I meant it Thanks I figured that's what it was. Like you really find her. Attractive I'm, like, listen. Man it's not like I'm dying to date Kim. Kardashian it's not like that Kardashian curse you have to think about as. Well I have heard of. That it's. Through it's the whole premise to. That her being naked is somehow a good. Thing I, mean like Jimmy Kimmel makes a, joke they'd release the whole. Prison I wouldn't release the whole prison. I'm just, saying that I just you're saying. She's not all that yeah Her naked means prison gets goes free. Got it all right. See one of the few talk. Shows with, the guts to tackle that issue. Today that's where we are the is not too happy stand that. Guy Unrelated story The average office worker spends about seventeen hundred hours a year in front of a. Computer screen that sounds. About right that sounds a little low actually for me Really or always here we're on the air were in the office several hours a. Day I've always I've. Always got the screen in front, of me Then when I go home the preparation A few hours at home when you're working and, you're just staring at a computer screen not to mention the amount of time that I might stare at a screen. For just watching a movie, or something Okay how bad is it for us Terrible for us Maybe we'll have time later to get to, those depressing, detail not good No I don't think we're built, for that To sit in front of screens, all day that's not what we're designed for but. That's. Just three -ality of two. Thousand, eighteen okay other things to get to Beck is. Gonna retires that real as talking, about Trump says yeah I'll meet with Iran Jared. That's. Coming up on the margin It's the news that. Affects you at the top and, bottom of. Every hour on news talk, eight fifty w. f. t. l. stay connected the body it.

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"steven klein" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Kimmel which is, trying to get her to go after the president and this is what I was trying, to get, at yesterday when we were talking about you know if you do support this president and, you're around family and friends who hate, the guy, how there are some people who, just I mean Trump is living in their heads rent free because. Every conversation winds up going back to Donald Trump you can't have it normal conversation with people if they know that you've at least supported some of his decisions and it's it's desperate what Jimmy Kimmel is doing here I look around and. I'm kind of Star Trek from, the Oval Office and, the first thing I San I'm. Meeting I say fully in the oval off Right Very. Grateful I'm very hopeful lists now of people that you might ask him to release from. Prison I. Do I've been working on it Malania needs to be free Okay, on rating the comedy yeah The Malania joked the. First. One I didn't see? Coming Mhm I'll give one The the. First, one was laying yeah because you know, she's, saying, holy. Bleep blah blah blah I'm thinking in. My head stay classy Cam is always that I. Know not very good so then what about Kanye gonyea has been. Supportive of the president you. Guys argue about that is that something you talk politics and? Like. How debates about No because I. Always respects one other person? Thinks and I have nothing bad to say about the president List Mary I don't agree with everything either I had not I had no idea what. To expect and, going, in there I was like, look I'm going to be focused and it really turns. My year round in this category Sure yeah Okay Oh and then there was this little tidbit about the moment Trump called her to invite her to the White House was a Steven Klein, photo. Shoot and if anyone knows who he is is pretty much knew I. See so The phone rings and I'm on glam I'm naked when Donald. Trump I was in a row Okay Let that roll on to do were just in like a robe and nothing. Else Release the whole prison if you're Call Alice then okay by. Cherish women So she actually? Said. I'm not gonna. Say. Anything bad yes Okay I've. Never seen a keeping up with the car dashing JR show. I'm? Must be one of, the few you've seen it before? Right At least an episode not. A full episode but you've seen the like five, minutes of it yeah. I. Have not seen her speak a whole lot to be honest and. So we're having this conversation off air producer Craig Collins is. Involved And it's whether, or not she's attractive And.

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"steven klein" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Albert the that Heartbreaking My son could have died and suggesting to people that they can try. It maybe they won't be, hurt but they will, be I can guarantee if your friends are telling you to do, this they are not good. Friends. Yeah you think with the guy with the kid was asleep and his buddy through a sculpting hot pan of water in his face lock that kid up come, say I don't see. Anywhere. I've I'm looking here to couple of different articles right out to say whether or not the, the the teens that threw it in his face has been charged with, anything especially because this kid was, asleep the hot hot water. Challenge so, dumb I. Couldn't you've seen the latest one abbey or the kids get out of the driving in the? Car very. Slow it's the Drake thing in my feelings. Challenge is that what it is playing some sort of song from, Drake they're driving their. Car it's very. Slow they opened the car door get out while the car is moving And do the Drake dance or something Do I sound more white The only thing missing right now is black socks pulled all. The way up with Sanders. Welcome to your mailbox challenges I thought it couldn't get, any worse with tide pods but apparently the sculpting. Hot, water challenges be popular again I, feel sorry for this kid especially if he was asleep and he didn't know that was coming that that line and whoever did that. Needs to go to jail but these these challenges are just I weep for the. Future for the most part I'm all in on these things because if you wanna, be a moron. To yourself be my guest if you want, to burn yourself on coils if you, want to eat tide pods that's thinning the herd the now. You're basically assaulting somebody here this is a crime pouring. Hot boiling, water on somebody I? Mean what's net like seriously you could come up with a million. Though the Russian roulette challenge Really sharp knives shallan Dow movement challenge Now I'm intrigued Can't. Get any worse is this anything Kim Kardashian went on Jimmy Kimmel, show last night and she was talking about how when Donald Trump called her about releasing Alice, Johnson from prison she was. At home naked I was, at a Steven Klein photo shoot and if anyone knows who he is it's pretty much a, nude shoot I see okay Oh I phone rings and I'm all gland up and I'm, like like a row at my phone and I was waiting for the call naked when Donald from call I put a. Robot I was at a robe to.

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"steven klein" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"steven klein" Discussed on The Chartographers

"It said who split when it certain become a an ad for the uh the the real houswives i lost a little yeah i mean although housewife started showing of naved than at the end up playing in the heart of the video via all dexter knows beyond error that beyond what they really i i didn't give a sheet at all ready jonah they said it was like these are beatable are being featured like i should know who they are and a air right exactly i have a face maybe they're they're they are i think at the absolute worst music video of legarda's it's a recent one her video for million reasons is so boring yeah so unnecessary i it in an i liked that she's continuing with her guard on as she wants to make a a series she makes the end of perfect illusion the beginning of million reasons as she makes john wayne the end of million reasons the beginning of john wayne that's very gaga of her blood million reasons just didn't it the music videos it didn't need to be so boring idea it looked very much like the a role your rate just had that she has that outfit and vast said which was just a white backdrop and now that's all she did within like i get that this is the ballot impressionists something it makes edge of glory liu bad romance music video bat romance i mean yes how he got iron criminal we'll phone telephones telephones galore is over the until the end i won't give it so it's so kitchy and camp and i also hifher that legit forgot how uh you know sexually omnipresent del andrei video was oh that was like why should have somebody fucking youtube views line that i watched like that i'm ill now that was the single incentive dance in the darted should be gago hundreds of beatings in the dark and then the label is like no i think we should do alarmed but i'll hunger the music videos direct by stephen klein who is another photographer i love but if you watch it and you know anything about steven klein's prior work that is just steven glenn's vision it wasn't gaga at all up in which is still faisal worked in its its own weird to context you know.

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