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Blood and tears: the terrifying Brutal Black Tattoo Project
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Blood and tears: the terrifying Brutal Black Tattoo Project

Culture

In 2017, a report by the American channel Vice turned its cameras on an alarming project where tattoo artists offer to cover the bodies of volunteers, hungry for thrills, entirely with black ink, as part of a free session. The experience is very much about the actual pain inflicted by the needle rather than the final aesthetic result ... Numéro explores this macabre project, sensitive souls should look away now.

The bewitching "In the Mood for Love" returns to the Croisette
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The bewitching "In the Mood for Love" returns to the Croisette

Cinema

Wong Kar-Wai's stunning film is celebrating its 20th anniversary. For the occasion, the Cannes Film Festival is honouring it with a special screening on the Croisette, in a restored 4k version. The film’s distributors, The Jokers, have also just announced that it will be re-released this summer in French cinemas.

Gwyneth Paltrow is ruffling feathers with her new Netflix series
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Gwyneth Paltrow is ruffling feathers with her new Netflix series

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Showing on Netflix since January 24th, “The Goop Lab” features Gwyneth Paltrow and the team behind her controversial “lifestyle empire” in a series of pseudo-scientific adventures. The result? Six mini-documentaries that are as entertaining as they are disturbing.

Ana de Armas, Hollywood’s rising star
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Ana de Armas, Hollywood’s rising star

Cinema

First brought to light as an AI entity in “Blade Runner 2049” (2017), currently starring in “Knives Out”, by Rian Johnson and “Cuban Network” by Olivier Assayas, the young Cuban actress is also the next Bond Girl in “No Time to Die”, in theatres in April 2020. Portrait of a young actress set to become Hollywood’s new darling.

How does a luxury brand come up with a name? We meet the specialist Olivier Auroy
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How does a luxury brand come up with a name? We meet the specialist Olivier Auroy

Fashion Frenchman Olivier Auroy has baptised some of the biggest brands in the world, along with cocktails, a bus network in Versailles, perfumes and a tower in Dubai… He hangs out with Middle Eastern billionaires and takes part in secret meetings with the Thierry Mugler teams. An encounter. Frenchman Olivier Auroy has baptised some of the biggest brands in the world, along with cocktails, a bus network in Versailles, perfumes and a tower in Dubai… He hangs out with Middle Eastern billionaires and takes part in secret meetings with the Thierry Mugler teams. An encounter.

The bewitching "In the Mood for Love" returns to the Croisette
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The bewitching "In the Mood for Love" returns to the Croisette

Cinema Wong Kar-Wai's stunning film is celebrating its 20th anniversary. For the occasion, the Cannes Film Festival is honouring it with a special screening on the Croisette, in a restored 4k version. The film’s distributors, The Jokers, have also just announced that it will be re-released this summer in French cinemas. Wong Kar-Wai's stunning film is celebrating its 20th anniversary. For the occasion, the Cannes Film Festival is honouring it with a special screening on the Croisette, in a restored 4k version. The film’s distributors, The Jokers, have also just announced that it will be re-released this summer in French cinemas.

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The contents of Numéro’s March 2020 “Mode” issue

Fashion Discover the content of Numéro’s March 2020 “Mode” issue with Jean Paul Gaultier, Poppy, Mathias Kiss, Christian Louboutin, Virgil Abloh… Discover the content of Numéro’s March 2020 “Mode” issue with Jean Paul Gaultier, Poppy, Mathias Kiss, Christian Louboutin, Virgil Abloh…

Blood and tears: the terrifying Brutal Black Tattoo Project
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Blood and tears: the terrifying Brutal Black Tattoo Project

Culture In 2017, a report by the American channel Vice turned its cameras on an alarming project where tattoo artists offer to cover the bodies of volunteers, hungry for thrills, entirely with black ink, as part of a free session. The experience is very much about the actual pain inflicted by the needle rather than the final aesthetic result ... Numéro explores this macabre project, sensitive souls should look away now. In 2017, a report by the American channel Vice turned its cameras on an alarming project where tattoo artists offer to cover the bodies of volunteers, hungry for thrills, entirely with black ink, as part of a free session. The experience is very much about the actual pain inflicted by the needle rather than the final aesthetic result ... Numéro explores this macabre project, sensitive souls should look away now.

Why is Clint Eastwood still ruffling feathers at the ripe old age of 90?
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Why is Clint Eastwood still ruffling feathers at the ripe old age of 90?

Cinema An internationally celebrated actor and a director of 38 films, Clint Eastwood is back in cinemas with a new full-length feature that’s as controversial as the previous ones: “The Ballad of Richard Jewell”. Between westerns, cowboys and veterans, patriotism, war, American heroism and armed violence, his films illustrate an ambiguous vision of America which often questions the filmmaker’s own personality. An internationally celebrated actor and a director of 38 films, Clint Eastwood is back in cinemas with a new full-length feature that’s as controversial as the previous ones: “The Ballad of Richard Jewell”. Between westerns, cowboys and veterans, patriotism, war, American heroism and armed violence, his films illustrate an ambiguous vision of America which often questions the filmmaker’s own personality.

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    A shock documentary on sexism is giving Hollywood a run for its money
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    A shock documentary on sexism is giving Hollywood a run for its money

    Cinema Tom Donahue’s documentary, "This Changes Everything” gives women their chance to denounce the discrimination of the Hollywood movie industry. In French cinemas from February 19th, the film should, hopefully, shake up the sexism that lingers over almost all cinematic production in "La-La Land".    Tom Donahue’s documentary, "This Changes Everything” gives women their chance to denounce the discrimination of the Hollywood movie industry. In French cinemas from February 19th, the film should, hopefully, shake up the sexism that lingers over almost all cinematic production in "La-La Land".   

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    Virgil Abloh is showing a design collection

    Art For the first time in Paris, the American polymath, currently in charge of Louis Vuitton menswear, is showing an eclectic collection of boundary-breaking design objects. For the first time in Paris, the American polymath, currently in charge of Louis Vuitton menswear, is showing an eclectic collection of boundary-breaking design objects.

    Amy Winehouse, Grammy queen, is celebrated in Los Angeles
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    Amy Winehouse, Grammy queen, is celebrated in Los Angeles

    Music Opened in 2008 in Los Angeles, the Grammy Museum retraces the great history of the Grammy Awards, the American awards ceremony that celebrates the best musicians each year. On until April 13th, the museum is devoting one of its spaces to an emblematic figure of recent soul and five-times winner at the Grammy Awards, singer Amy Winehouse. Opened in 2008 in Los Angeles, the Grammy Museum retraces the great history of the Grammy Awards, the American awards ceremony that celebrates the best musicians each year. On until April 13th, the museum is devoting one of its spaces to an emblematic figure of recent soul and five-times winner at the Grammy Awards, singer Amy Winehouse.

    Censured by Trump, “The Hunt” is a divisive movie
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    Censured by Trump, “The Hunt” is a divisive movie

    Cinema At the end of 2019, on the other side of the Atlantic, a film caused quite a stir, and it hadn’t even been released in cinemas. Directed by Craig Zobel, “The Hunt” was supposed to be revealed to an American public last September, but someone with orange skin was opposed to it… indeed Donald Trump accuses the movie of promoting violence, in spite of his country already being ravaged by repeated gun violence and a year 2018 that didn’t see more than four days go by without a killing of this kind. At the end of 2019, on the other side of the Atlantic, a film caused quite a stir, and it hadn’t even been released in cinemas. Directed by Craig Zobel, “The Hunt” was supposed to be revealed to an American public last September, but someone with orange skin was opposed to it… indeed Donald Trump accuses the movie of promoting violence, in spite of his country already being ravaged by repeated gun violence and a year 2018 that didn’t see more than four days go by without a killing of this kind.

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