wwd.com – Asher Levine Talks Creating 3D-Printed Costumes for Grimes, Jennie Kim in ‘Shinigami Eyes’

Asher Levine is lending his 3D-printing fashion design technique to Grimes’ new music video.

The fashion designer — who specializes in digital and high-tech practices — was tasked with creating the costumes for the musician’s “Shinigami Eyes” music video, which debuted today and features Blackpink K-pop singer Jennie Kim. Grimes is seen wearing a custom-made nude scale-print, lit-up bodysuit while Kim wears Levine’s Candy Moto Biker Jacket.

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nylon.com – The Futuristic Fashion of Grimes’ “Shinigami Eyes”

Grimes’ AI visions reach a new apotheosis in the video for “Shinigami Eyes,” the second single from her highly anticipated album, Book I. For the die-hard Grimes fan, the visuals are a logical evolution from the artist’s most paradigm-shifting earlier works like Art Angels standouts “Kill v Maim” and “Venus Fly” — a new chapter as she warp-speeds into the future.


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texasmonthly.com – Director Eva Longoria Bastón Opens Sundance With ‘La Guerra Civil’

It’s no surprise that La Guerra Civil was chosen as one of the Sundance Film Festival’s opening night premieres. The documentary delivers two of the qualities that make Sundance Sundance: cultural relevance, along with glamorous celebrities to walk the red carpet in Park City, Utah, thanks to director Eva Longoria Bastón and Hall of Fame boxer Oscar De La Hoya.

Full article here: https://www.texasmonthly.com/arts-entertainment/sundance-eva-longoria-baston-chavez-de-la-hoya-documentary/