RevisteLaCalle: The first 100% fashion and street style magazine in Chile


Since 2011, VisteLaCalle—the main fashion and style blog in Chile—decided to move from online to paper publications. That’s the way RevisteLaCalle born, a paper publication of the best fashion, style and coolhunting in Chile. These publications join a series of articles, fashion productions and coolhunting that explore the field of fashion in Chile. Today, RevisteLaCalle already have 7 issues, and have just launched the website of the magazine: Continue reading

Prada’s Candy, a luxurious threesome’s story

Prada - Candy

Last year, Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola got together to produce and direct a short film of Prada. Prada: Candy (2013) is a 3 minutes video that shows the story of Candy, Julius, and Gene, a threesome obviously influenced by nouvelle vague classics, like Truffaut’s film Jules et Jim (1962) and Godard’s film Bande à part (1964). Candy—interpreted by Léa Seydoux—is very chic, funny, and playful, the perfect qualities of a Prada girl. Continue reading

Cesare Attolini and its elegant costumes for La Grande Bellezza (2013)

La Grande Bellezza

This 2014, the Academy Awards had several favorites among the winners. And although the elegance of the attendees distinguished in the red carpet with dresses and suits as the much talked of Lupita Nyong’o, Jennifer Lawrence, Jared Leto, and Matthew McConaughey; there was a super-production that highlighted by its costume design. This time is not about The Great Gatsby (2013), but the award-winning Best Foreign Language Film La Grande Bellezza (2013) by Paolo Sorrentino. Continue reading

Renata Morales, the designer behind the brilliance of Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire - Reflektor

On past 30 March, Lollapalooza Chile crowded in a version that ended with extremely positive results for both attendees and organizers. The same happened in the most countries were this festival was held. Among the headline bands was Arcade Fire, the most awaited band since they released their last LP Reflektor in October 2013 that involved the collaboration of imminent music figures such as James Murphy—who produced it—and David Bowie. Continue reading

Ingmar Bergman by himself

Ingmar Bergman

Ingmar Bergman

The Swedish director, writer and producer Ingmar Bergman is one of the most accomplished and influential auteurs of all time. He is recognized for his most famous films such as The Seventh Seal (1957), Persona (1966), and Fanny and Alexander (1982). Woody Allen once said: “I had no idea it was done by Bergman — that is, the person who’d done Summer With Monika — and it was just a fabulous movie. I was riveted in my seat by it all. I thought to myself, “Who is this guy?” It was a sensational movie. Again, I filed it under just another wonderful foreign movie, which was a fairly common experience that one could have in those days. There were so many foreign-film houses and so many good films. And then there was a little rush in New York where there was some press heat on Bergman for Wild Strawberries and The Magician and then The Seventh Seal. They didn’t necessarily come out in that order, but those three. Those were electrifying films — they were sensational.” That’s why we pay tribute to one of the most excellent moviemakers of all time, 96 years after his birth, with this interview made by himself. Continue reading