Carly Chaikin stars as Darlene, the moody and standoffish member of fsociety, on USA Network’s Golden Globe Award winning series, “Mr. Robot.” Join Ms. Chaikin as she discusses the season two premiere of this hit show as well as her other projects she has in the works.
WATCH your favourite superhero characters brought to life by artist Kay Pike – just using make up and body paint. Kay Pike from Calgary, Canada, creates stunning artwork on her body and transforms herself into superheroes and villains from comic franchises by Marvel and DC. As well as transforming into characters such as Batman, Superman, Deadpool and Poison Ivy, the artist also recreates manga and video game characters. The 28-year-old artist and cosplay model, now dedicates her time to live-streaming the transformations to her fans and posting the creations on Youtube.
A DISABLED chihuahua doesn’t let anything get in her way of enjoying life as a normal, playful puppy. In Autumn 2015, Daffodil was found abandoned in a cardboard box on the streets by a Good Samaritan who took the neglected puppy to the nearby rescue centre, San Francisco SPCA. This tiny puppy was born with a congenital forelimb deformity, resulting in her front arms never fully developing. The quick-thinking veterinary staff fitted Daffodil with custom made wheels, and after a little practice, the pooch was able to walk and run. Shortly after, veterinary technician Olivia Kong fell in love with this cute canine and adopted her from the rescue centre. And just over a year after she was found – approaching first birthday – Daffodil went on her first hike.
In this issue of Videofashion News, The Fall season takes shape, as designers play with proportions and sculpt fresh silhouettes for Autumn/Winter 2016-17. In Milan, Marni goes maximalist while the brands latest collaboration takes eyewear to new heights! Clean lines and impeccable tailoring underscore the precision of Narciso Rodriguez. In Paris, Dior updates the signature silhouettes and makes way for an even newer look. Plus, go behind the seams in the Parisian atelier at Paule Ka, and much more!
A 44-YEAR-OLD man has given up everything in order to make people smile – by performing the ‘running man’ dance in iconic locations around the world. Fun-loving Aussie Rob Vickery has recorded his own version of the dance outside everywhere from the Taj Mahal to Buckingham Palace. Following the death of his beloved Grandma back in 2012, Rob, a former medical recruiter from Banora Point in New South Wales, handed in his resignation and left his home in Australia to travel the globe. Rob decided to start showcasing his special running man talent on camera in Singapore in February this year. The response was so positive that he has taken it to 13 other countries, with India, Nepal, Athens, Amsterdam and Berlin already ticked off the list.
This #BeautyTuesday, get pool-party ready with @Glamsquad backstage at @RobbLulu in #Miami! Bold beauty & bombshell tresses are#ontrend for #Summer2016 – stay tuned to #Videofashion for more from #MiamiSwimWeek coming this July!
A MINIATURE alpaca is being hand-raised inside a farmer’s house – and the small but mighty creature is ruling the roost. Two-year-old Cody has the run of alpaca farmer Amber Isaac’s home, and even sleeps with her in the bedroom. Little Cody has always lived indoors after being abandoned at birth by her mother, and now thinks that Amber, 47, is her mum. At just 52lbs, Cody is half the size of her furry friends – but she is making it big as an online sensation. The tiny alpaca is thought to be one of the smallest on record. And her adorable snaps have won her legion of 42,000 adoring online followers on her Facebook and Instagram pages, where she can be seen posing in fancy dress.
A DAREDEVIL urban explorer has shared haunting images of the abandoned Fukushima earthquake ‘exclusion zone’ after sneaking in to the highly irradiated region. Wearing a gas mask but no other protective clothing, explorer and photographer Keow Wee Loong, 27, visited four of the evacuated towns in Fukushima – Tomioka, Okuma, Namie and Futaba – in June this year with friends Sherena Ng and Koji Hori. Lying completely untouched since March 2011, the city of Fukushima was evacuated suddenly after the east coast of Japan was devastated by a massive earthquake followed by a huge tsunami. Keow’s images give an eerie insight into the panic that followed the disaster and show a city stuck in time as calendars remain on the same date, families’ clean washing is half-removed from driers and newspapers forever remain unsold.
A NEW all-terrain vehicle capable of floating on water and putting out fires could save lives in rescue missions. The latest car by Romanian manufacturers Ghe-O Motors, could give emergency services the edge they need to tackle some of the toughest terrain and rescue scenarios. Known simply as Rescue – this beast of a car weighs in at 3.2 tonnes and comes equipped with a water pump and a 620L water tank. The brainchild of Romanian businessman Robert Operea, the idea for the car was a result of his experience rescuing people from disaster hit areas coupled with his love of building off-road vehicles for races.