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Millions of people across the world are protesting against their governments in ways that our generation has never seen before, and their efforts are bolstered by publicity from the 24 hour news cycles of CNN and FOX.
One thing that hasn’t been getting much attention over the last decade is the war against America’s . . . → Read More: World In Protest
The Oscars are just around the corner, so we figured, why not post something smashingly relevant? While Black Swan got snubbed in the costume design department, we suspect it was an oversight and sought to nevertheless pay homage to the remarkable clothing creations and curation. Amy Westcott is the talented force behind the fashion and deserves . . . → Read More: And the Oscar Goes To…
The name of this particular brand certainly stands out, no?
I’m really excited about sharing the news about introducing this brand to you pompers because one- the clothing in the latest collection is absolutely gorgeous! What woman doesn’t like to make a statement with a perfectly draped dress, that to the liking of the Greek goddess Aphrodite and two- . . . → Read More: Friends With Benefits
Screw you recessionomics, Pomp just came out with it’s spring issue and it was time for a party. With the help of Sixpoint brews, Mercy cans and the lovely people over at The Brooklyneer, featuring the comedic stylings of Eric Grundhauser, Amber Nelson, David Cope, Joe Pera and of course our hilarious cover star, Judah Friedlander, . . . → Read More: Pomp & Circumstance, Spring Issue Launch Party Pictures
Addendum to Bionic 6 print piece, about the oft-forgotten cartoon that blew one writers mind, part two.
Bionic Six: Bandroids
If you watch nothing else today, or this month, view the first five minutes of the episode “Music Power”. And watch, watch as your precious retro-decade is murdered in your ears and before your eyes. . . . → Read More: Bionic Six – Bionic video Pt. 2
Milly by Michelle Smith returned to the runway this fashion week with class, verve, sophistication and color. Forget fall lulls and winter whites, Milly, much like Anna Sui, is all about combating drab in favor of flavor. Seems she also likes layers, outfitting models in coat on top of cardigan on top of blouse and other . . . → Read More: Runway Rundown: Milly by Michelle Smith
We are having a magazine launch party tonight! Come get down with our cover star and watch our FREE COMEDY SHOWDOWN featuring the likes of: Eric Grundhauser, Joe Pera, Amber Nelson and David Cope!
What, you heard that Sixpoint Brewery is sponsoring? Well you would be right! What, what? You also heard . . . → Read More: Pomp Phenomenon – Spring Issue Launch Tonight!
Bonjour Pomp readers!
Do you have an illegitimate child you’d NOW like to dress up in confectionery designs to prove to the world that he/she is cuter than Suri Cruise?
Then I’ve got the perfect NY based designer for you and your toddler. Es + Es kids designer Mallory Kauffman graduated from Fashion Institute of Technology in 2009, . . . → Read More: Es + Es Kids
Moseying into the KAELEN AW 2011 presentation in an unnamed space in West Chelsea was akin to stepping back in time and relocating from Manhattan to somewhere south and west. I waited (and hoped) for a tumbleweed to blow by. No such luck. “It looks like you stumbled into this place and not like it was . . . → Read More: Runway Rundown: KAELEN
Addendum to Bionic 6 print piece, about the oft-forgotten cartoon that blew one writers mind.
Bionic Six: Introsplosion
like a technicolor retro-camp superfuture psychedelic explosion, color-shifted into a neonish pallete, for IT IS THE EIGHTIES. This intro slammed into my cortex at six hundred miles an hour and blew the eyeballs out of my . . . → Read More: Bionic 6 – Bionic Videos to Boot Pt. 1