PLAKINGER: the new Shanghai campaign for FAULT Favourite emerging designers’ AW ’14-15 collection


All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

All designs exclusively by PLAKINGER

Photographer: Momo Chen
Model: Jie Gao
Make-up artist and hairstylist: 
Chen Chen
Producer:
Chloe
Assistant:
Zisheng Zhou

For more from PLAKINGER, visit their website or check out our interview with the mother and daughter designer duo in FAULT Issue 19:

 

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Galina Plakinger and Svetlana Ziggel, the founders of PLAKINGER, spoke to FAULT for the Focus section for Issue 19, out now.

Hip-Hop Trio N*E*R*D return to the music scene with a splash!

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For those of you lucky to see Pharrell Williams perform at the 2014 iTunes Festival, you would have been hit with a massive dose of nostalgia on seeing former band-mate Shay Haley join the star on stage. It’s been nearly 5 years since N*E*R*D released new music but the hip-hop trio have now released the official soundtrack for the release of the new ‘SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: Sponge Out of Water.’

The new movie will boast 3 new tracks by the trio the first one being ‘Squeeze Me’ which is already available for download worldwide. We have been told that two more tracks will be released in the coming weeks entitled ‘Patrick Star’ and ‘Sandy Squirrel’ (for our readers without children or tv/internet, those are both names of characters in the movie.)

Pharrell who has produced for some of the world’s most highly acclaimed musical artists, (including FAULT 19 stars The Madden Brothers), has called the reunion ‘long overdue’ and has admitted that he is a massive fan of SpongeBob and can’t wait for us to hear the other two tracks. We can’t really argue with him there can we…!

Charlie Simpson Exclusive Photo-shoot and Interview with FAULT Magazine Online

 

 

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Leather Jacket: BLK DNM
Collar shirt: Karl Lagerfeld
Knit: Karl Lagerfeld

Charlie Simpson rose to fame as a member of multi-BRIT Award-winning boyband Busted, with sales of over 3 million records, and a win for Record of The Year in 2004. Prior to the band’s split in 2005, Charlie began as the lead vocalist, guitarist and co-lyricist of Fightstar, releasing 3 albums and an EP. His debut solo album Young Pilgrim was released in 2011, and followed up in Summer 2014 by Long Road Home, which entered the UK Independent Albums chart at number one. Charlie sat down with FAULT to discuss writer’s block, Warped Tour and life as a newly married man.

 

FAULT: You have spoken about the process of writing Long Road Home, in terms of going back to the drawing board and the obstacles that come along with that. Was the process of putting it together an enjoyable one?

 

Charlie: A bit of both- I always love working on a record but this was the first time I had experienced a bit of writer’s block. I just wasn’t in the right frame of mind and needed a break from writing. Luckily, it matched with me going off on the Vans Warped Tour in the US- I played 28 shows in a month and it was just a nice way to separate myself from the situation. I think I wrote some of the best stuff on the record after that happened. It feels like a record I had to fight for, which made it all the more sweet to finish working on. I’m really proud of it.

 

It’s interesting that you have referred to the ‘journey’ of writing Long Way Home, and it came out of your time on the road with the Vans Warped Tour. Do you find that being on tour helps the writing process?

Yeah definitely. When you’re writing at home the environment can become quite stale; being on the road adds fuel to your creativity. The album felt like a journey from one point to another where I sort of found myself again.

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Leather Jacket: BLK DNM
Sleeveless Shirt: BLK DNM

 

 

Since releasing the album this summer, are you now able to identify certain undercurrents and themes, or do you go into the process wanting to say something specific?

It’s strange because my last record was a lot more melancholy and I always find it easier to write sad songs, but when I started on Long Road Home I had just got engaged and so I was feeling pretty good about everything! I had to tailor the writing around that kind of mood, which was actually a great challenge as I’d never done it before. It was really good to express that kind of emotion on the record.

 

In terms of ‘tailoring the writing process’, what are the distinctions between writing as a solo artist and writing as a group?

As a solo artist I get complete creative freedom. In a band, it has to be majority rules; if you write something you really like and one other member doesn’t like it, it really makes you question things. With this album I was able to take it in any direction, which is why I think it took me longer to write. With that creative freedom comes more responsibility because it’s all resting on your shoulders.

 

When you are struggling with writer’s block, is it a case of producing a lot and then throwing a lot away, or is it just hard to produce anything?

It wasn’t so much that I couldn’t come up with anything, just that I wasn’t writing anything I loved! I’m my own worst critic and I have actually ended up with about 20 unfinished songs I didn’t use. It’s cool because maybe I will revisit them at another time, but it’s a really strange process.

Returning to your time on the Vans Warped Tour, how does the live experience and performing impact your songwriting?

When I’m songwriting in a solitary environment, the lyrics are a lot better. But musically, I can be anywhere- on the Warped Tour I had my guitar on me the whole time. I tend to write the music first, and then I go into my little hole and write the lyrics, but I’ve always been a melody man first.

 

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Coat: Phillip Lim
Collar Shirt: Mohsin

 

Do you start with a vision for songs, or do they evolve with time?

Yeah sometimes I’ll literally have a vision of a song in my head, and I’ll go to my studio and just make it happen. I like for there to not be a formula to the songwriting- when it comes, it comes. I always equate it to fishing; sometimes you go and nothing comes, and sometimes you catch a big one!

 

You’ve worked with a lot of different set-ups and sounds. Are your influences quite varied?

It’s completely varied but it’s always been centred around heavier, Rock-ier sounds. I love Deftones and Metallica, but my Dad also put me onto artists like Jackson Brown and those West Coast bands from the 1970s like The Eagles and The Beach Boys. Whatever form of music it is, I have always just loved vocal harmonies and making big sounds with voices.

 

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Overcoat: Dent De Man
Sleevelss shirt: BLK DNM
Bracelets: Hermes Jeans, Shoes and Watch: Charlie’s Own

It’s interesting talking about your childhood influences and you mentioned music has been in your family for over 200 years, from composers and musicians to a former head of the Royal College of Music. Now you are married, is it fair to say family is an important focus for you?

It’s actually the most important! One of the themes of the record is how you can be in a dark place, and be unsure of what is going on, but the one constant is family. I’m really blessed to have a loving family, and that will never change. I’ll always have my family, my wife, and (hopefully) my kids.

 

Is that easily compatible with the music industry?

When I was younger I loved just getting out on the road, and I still do. I love making music, but I love getting out and playing it just as much. But that’s getting harder as I get older. Family life and being a musician aren’t that compatible, there has to be a balance.

 

You scored the British film Everyone Is Going To Die, which debuted at the SXSW Film Festival in March 2013, and you’ve mentioned this as something you’d like to pursue more extensively later in your career. Can you talk more about the relationship between the music and the visuals in your work? 

It’s huge! I love film as much as I love music and the marriage of visuals and music is such a wonderful thing. With scoring a film, someone else tells a story and it’s your responsibility to bring out the emotion in it. When you’re writing your own music, you constantly feel that it’s not just music but somehow a representation of your entire make-up. It’s nice to take that pressure off a bit!

 

You’ve now been a touring musician for over 10 years. What changes have you seen in the music industry?

The industry is almost unrecognisable. Facebook, YouTube, Spotify – none of these things existed! The landscape of the industry has changed so much, you’ve just got to go with it. Whether streaming or downloading, as long as people are still consuming music (legally!) it’s a good thing.

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Overcoat: Dent De Man
Sleevelss shirt: BLK DNM
Bracelets: Hermes Jeans, Shoes and Watch: Charlie’s Own

 

What is your FAULT?

You should ask my wife! (laughs) I would say I’m pretty impatient, which can be a good thing. I get quite frantic and when you’re in the studio that can be a good thing, but in other situations it can be a nightmare.

 

Photography: Miles Holder

Writer: Will Ballantyne-Reid

Stylist: Vesa Perakyla

Grooming: Stefano Mazzoleni @ Emma Davies Agency

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ADDA: Coat: Prada Head Piece: ban.do Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane T-Shirt: Junk Food JumpSuit: Line & Dot Socks: We Love Colors Shoes: Maison des Talons CASIE: Coat: Houghton Baby Blue Dress: Nonoo Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane White Netted Coat: Catherine Malandrino Brown Wrap Dress: Prada Belt: Carmen Steffens Socks: Falke Shoes: Alexandre Birman RAQUEL: FUR COAT: Ter et Bantine EARRINGS: Alexis Bittar Shirt: JunkFood Tees Cardigan: Marchesa Voyage DRESS: Talbot Runhof

Left:
Coat: Prada
Head Piece: ban.do
Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane
T-Shirt: Junk Food
JumpSuit: Line & Dot
Socks: We Love Colors
Shoes: Maison des Talons
Middle:
Coat: Houghton
Baby Blue Dress: Nonoo
Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane
White Netted Coat: Catherine Malandrino
Brown Wrap Dress: Prada
Belt: Carmen Steffens
Socks: Falke
Shoes: Alexandre Birman
Right:
FUR COAT: Ter et Bantine
EARRINGS: Alexis Bittar
Shirt: JunkFood Tees
Cardigan: Marchesa Voyage
DRESS: Talbot Runhof

RAQUEL:! Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Sweater: Junk Food! Bag: Victor Hugo! Gloves: Carolina Amato! Bracelets: Kenneth Jay Lane! Skirt: Issey Miyake! Socks: Falke! Boots: Carmen Steffens! ! ADDA:! Hat: Lola Hats! Coat: Ports 1961! Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane! T-Shirt: Junk Food! Dress: Saint Laurent! Shorts: Levi’s! Knee Highs: Falke! Boots: Saint Laurent! ! PHOTO 5! ! ADDA:! Coat: Prada! Head Piece: ban.do! Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane! T-Shirt: Junk Food! JumpSuit: Line & Dot! Socks: We Love Colors! Shoes: Maison des Talons!

Left:
Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Sweater: Junk Food
Bag: Victor Hugo
Gloves: Carolina Amato! Bracelets: Kenneth Jay Lane Skirt: Issey Miyake
Socks: Falke
Boots: Carmen SteffensRight:
Hat: Lola Hats
Coat: Ports 1961
Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane
T-Shirt: Junk Food
Dress: Saint Laurent
Shorts: Levi’s
Knee Highs: Falke
Boots: Saint Laurent 

Coat: Prada! Head Piece: ban.do! Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane! T-Shirt: Junk Food! JumpSuit: Line & Dot! Socks: We Love Colors! Shoes: Maison des Talons!

Coat: Prada!
Head Piece: ban.do!
Necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane!
T-Shirt: Junk Food!
JumpSuit: Line & Dot!
Socks: We Love Colors!
Shoes: Maison des Talons!

Sunglasses : Cutler & Gross! Necklace: Alexis Bittar! Shirt: Junk Food! Belt: Carmen Steffens! Gloves: Carolina Amato! Skirt: Talbot Runhof! Socks: Falke! Shoes: Jil Sander! !

Sunglasses : Cutler & Gross!
Necklace: Alexis Bittar
Shirt: Junk Food
Belt: Carmen Steffens!
Gloves: Carolina Amato! Skirt: Talbot Runhof
Socks: Falke
Shoes: Jil Sander

CASIE:! Coat: Houghton! Baby Blue Dress: Nonoo! Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane! White Netted Coat: Catherine Malandrino! Brown Wrap Dress: Prada! Belt: Carmen Steffens! Socks: Falke! Shoes: Alexandre Birman! !

Coat: Houghton
Baby Blue Dress: Nonoo
Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane
White Netted Coat: Catherine Malandrino! Brown Wrap Dress: Prada
Belt: Carmen Steffens
Socks: Falke
Shoes: Alexandre Birman 

ADDA:! Sunglasses : Cutler & Gross! Necklace: Alexis Bittar! Shirt: Junk Food! Belt: Carmen Steffens! Gloves: Carolina Amato! Skirt: Talbot Runhof! Socks: Falke! Shoes: Jil Sander! ! RAQUEL:! Hat: Lola Hats! Dress: Saint Laurent! Shorts: Levi's! Ring: Alexis bittar! Socks: We Love Colors! Shoes: Ld Tuttle! ! CASIE:! Cloak: Saint Laurent! Jumpsuit: Talbot Runhof! Shoes: Oscar Tiye!

Left:
Sunglasses : Cutler & Gross
Necklace: Alexis Bittar
Shirt: Junk Food
Belt: Carmen Steffens
Gloves: Carolina Amato
Skirt: Talbot Runhof
Socks: Falke
Shoes: Jil SanderMiddle:
Hat: Lola Hats
Dress: Saint Laurent
Shorts: Levi’s
Ring: Alexis bittar
Socks: We Love Colors
Shoes: Ld TuttleRight:
Cloak: Saint Laurent
Jumpsuit: Talbot Runhof
Shoes: Oscar Tiye 

 

HOTO 12! ! CASIE:! Cloak: Saint Laurent! Jumpsuit: Talbot Runhof! Shoes: Oscar Tiye!

Cloak: Saint Laurent
Jumpsuit: Talbot Runhof
Shoes: Oscar Tiye

RAQUEL:! Hat: Lola Hats! Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Top: dRA! Skirt: dRA! Bag: Victor Hugo! Pants: Ports 1961! Boots: Saint Laurent!

Hat: Lola Hats
Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane
Top: dRA
Skirt: dRA
Bag: Victor Hugo
Pants: Ports 1961
Boots: Saint Laurent

Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Sweater: Junk Food! Bag: Victor Hugo! Gloves: Carolina Amato! Bracelets: Kenneth Jay Lane! Skirt: Issey Miyake! Socks: Falke! Boots: Carmen Steffens!

Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane
Sweater: Junk Food
Bag: Victor Hugo
Gloves: Carolina Amato
Bracelets: Kenneth Jay Lane
Skirt: Issey Miyake
Socks: Falke
Boots: Carmen Steffens

! RAQUEL:! Leopard Suit: Escada! Necklace & Bracelet: Alexis Bittar! Ring: Kenneth Jay Lane! White T-Shirt: Junk Food! Red Shoes: Carmen Steffens! ! CASIE: ! Hat: Saint Laurent! Plaid Cape: A Detacher! Plaid Pants: A Detacher! Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane! Cloud Long Sleeve: American Apparel! Leopard Shoes: Carmen Steffens! !

Left:
Leopard Suit: Escada
Necklace & Bracelet: Alexis Bittar! Ring: Kenneth Jay Lane
White T-Shirt: Junk Food
Red Shoes: Carmen SteffensRight: 
Hat: Saint Laurent
Plaid Cape: A Detacher
Plaid Pants: A Detacher
Broach: Kenneth Jay Lane
Cloud Long Sleeve: American Apparel Leopard
Shoes: Carmen Steffens 

RAQUEL:! Hat: Lola Hats! Dress: Saint Laurent! Shorts: Levi's! Ring: Alexis bittar! Socks: We Love Colors! Shoes: Ld Tuttle!

Hat: Lola Hats
Dress: Saint Laurent
Shorts: Levi’s
Ring: Alexis bittar
Socks: We Love Colors
Shoes: Ld Tuttle

RAQUEL:! Hat: Lola Hats! Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Top: dRA! Skirt: dRA! Bag: Victor Hugo! Pants: Ports 1961! Boots: Saint Laurent

Hat: Lola Hats
Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane! Top: dRA
Skirt: dRA
Bag: Victor Hugo
Pants: Ports 1961

 

PHOTOGRAPHER: JORGEN PAABU

STYLIST: CHAUNIELLE BROWN

STYLIST ASSISTANTS: ROGER DE CASTILLO & OLOLADE OGUNTAYO

HAIR: AKIHISA YAMAGUCHI

MAKEUP: YUII VISION

MODELS: 
ADDA ZMORA @RE:QUEST!
RAQUEL NAVE @RE:QUEST!
CASIE CHEGWIDDEN @RE:QUEST!

The Brian Jonestown Massacre release ‘+ -‘ EP TODAY – 10th Nov ’14

 

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The BJM‘s new EP, ‘+-‘ (that’s right: plus minus), is out today – and it’s a cracker. While we’re pretty sure that Anton (Newcombe, the front man and sole consistent member of what has eventually become more of a musical collective and general concept) was just trying to fuck with music writers everywhere when he decided on the internet-unfriendly name for the record, his latest offering shows few other signs of messing about.

+- is a return to the classic, timelessly awesome style that saw the BJM establish themselves as the figurehead for ‘real’, guitar driven, psychedelic rock music way back in 1990. Anton and co have largely eschewed the changing trends and passing fashions of the hits list ever since and the release of their latest full album, Revelations, earlier this year stands as a testimony to their enduring popularity with an admittedly niche but definitely devoted audience.

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre, as featured in FAULT Issue 11

The +- EP has since been released off the back of a highly successful European tour, which cemented Anton’s undisputed position as the ‘Granddaddy of Psych’, and exhibits both the trademark tones and wide-reaching diversity of the BJM at their best. A key influence for the likes of the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Horrors, Tame Impala, the Black Angels and many more, a simple call to action for on-the-fence readers is that all-too-clichéd come-on: “You’ve tried the rest, why not sample the best?”*

*Ed: OK, so we may have overplayed our hand a bit there because there’s no real ‘best’ out of those bands. But the BJM, and this EP in particular, are pretty damn good.

10” – Tracklisting:
 
SIDE A 
1. Heat
2. Everything Was Very Simple
SIDE B 
1. Reconstruction
Have a listen to ‘Heat’ below:
The digital download version contains an extra track called ‘Leave It Alone’.

Out Of The Dark – FAULT Online Editorial By Michelle Beatty

 

Poloneck:  Goat Faux fur top: Warehouse  Track pants: Tyla Blade  2 Necklaces: Bimba & Lola Boots: Monki

Poloneck: Goat
Faux fur top: Warehouse 
Track pants: Tyla Blade 
2 Necklaces: Bimba & Lola
Boots: Monki

Black sequin top: Ashish Wool waistcoat: Filles A Papa Wool Kilt: Heohwan Boots: Monki Socks throughout: Falke Bracelet throughout: Estelle Deve

Black sequin top: Ashish
Wool waistcoat: Filles A Papa
Wool Kilt: Heohwan
Boots: Monki
Socks throughout: Falke
Bracelet throughout: Estelle Deve

Camel Cardi: Peter Jensen  Sequin stripe top: Ashish  Wool Shorts: Tyla Blade  Boots: Dr Marten Scarf: Heohwan

Camel Cardi: Peter Jensen 
Sequin stripe top: Ashish 
Wool Shorts: Tyla Blade 
Boots: Dr Marten
Scarf: Heohwan

Jumper: Dr Marten  Gillet: Levis made and crafted Knickers: I D Sarrieri Boots: Dr Marten

Jumper: Dr Marten 
Gillet: Levis made and crafted
Knickers: I D Sarrieri
Boots: Dr Marten

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun Cardi: Peter Jensen Skirt: Supertrash Boots: Melissa

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun
Cardi: Peter Jensen
Skirt: Supertrash
Boots: Melissa

Wool Coat: Defect Wool top: Cacharel Skirt: Charlotte Eskildsen for Designers Remix Shoes: Dr Marten

Wool Coat: Defect
Wool top: Cacharel
Skirt: Charlotte Eskildsen for Designers Remix
Shoes: Dr Marten

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun   Top with green sleeves: Avelon  Wool skirt: Designers Remix

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun  
Top with green sleeves: Avelon
Wool skirt: Designers Remix

 

Photographer: Michelle Beatty

Assistant: Leanne Crowe

Stylist: Rachel Davis @ One Represents

Hair & Makeup: Darren Evans @ Mandy Coakley

Model: Mayya @ Select Models

Retouching: Kivela Imaging

FAULT Focus: Screenwriter and novelist Kelly Oxford for FAULT Issue 19

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Kelly Oxford was shot at her LA office by Brian Ziff. Interview by Chris Purnell.
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Most of us had heard of her back around 2010 when the number of followers one had became a big deal. Twitter personalities where starting to break into the mainstream, and she was one of the first. But we didn’t know her name. We were told that she was the Canadian housewife with a million Twitter followers who parleyed that into a screenwriting career, had a glamorous life in LA and pissed off a million writers that wondered how she got so lucky.

But the truth was less sensational. It involved hard work, practice and years of writing for little to no money. It wasn’t the American dream I had imagined. Or even cared to.

Now Kelly Oxford is famous, despite what she tells us. She is a New York Times bestselling author, she has a TV deal, a movie deal, she gets to talk to FAULT, and still finds time to annoy the Kardashians and their legions on Twitter: “If you can name 5 Kardashians but can’t name 5 countries in Asia, stick a knife in an electrical socket.”

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Get the full shoot and interview – only in FAULT Issue 19.
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FAULT: Do you know how the story of you coming out of nowhere came about?

Kelly: The first time I got picked up by the media was a charity event in Los Angeles called ‘Night of 140 Tweets’ at the very beginning of 2010. That was a celebrity event where people would read a Tweet was to raise money for disaster relief in Haiti. I was the only one out of 140 people that wasn’t a celebrity. I was just a writer from Canada. I was a housewife. I was somebody who nobody really knew and I was only invited because people that were involved with this – actors and writers – liked me on Twitter and thought, “if we put her on this it’ll make sense because she’s very popular on Twitter and this is a night of tweeting.” All of a sudden I was part of a group of people when I really wasn’t one of them.

How did it [really] begin for you?

If I had been born in the United States, I’m 100% sure that when I graduated high school I would have moved to Los Angeles and started a normal writing career by becoming an assistant and working my way up the ranks. But I was Canadian. That sort of thing wasn’t an option for me. I could have moved down here and done all that stuff, lots of Canadians have, but I wasn’t ambitious about getting a career. I’d rather have a family and stay at home and pursue my passion. So I just did what I did, which was to just take some writing classes and write things on my Geocity page and just wonder if anybody would read it.

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Tyga – FAULT Issue 19 Music section cover star

 

Tyga - FAULT Issue 19 Music cover

FAULT Issue 19’s Music section cover star Tyga was shot by Dove Shore and styled by Leah Adicoff and Leah Henken.
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Cash Money/Young Money rapper and entrepreneur Tyga is hard at work perfecting The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, set to drop November 18th. This could explain why, despite numerous efforts to connect with Tyga, he was unavailable to speak with FAULT. Nevertheless, this third studio release seems to be an early 25th birthday present, a passion project that has been gestating since the summer.

Tyga has been steadily rolling out select tracks from the album, including ‘Wait For a Minute’ featuring Justin Bieber and ‘Hookah’ featuring Young Thug. Additionally, Tyga has teamed up with past collaborator Chris Brown for the Fan of a Fan 2 mixtape, the follow-up to the 2010 release that featured ‘Deuces’.

Tyga for FAULT Magazine Issue 19

Tyga wears designs by Official Last Kings, Saint Laurent, Givenchy & more in this FAULT exclusive shoot.Words by Vanessa Willoughby

Like any good mini-mogul, the rapper has made efforts to gain inside knowledge of his business ventures. The rapper flew from California to New York City to attend NY Fashion Week, where he made an appearance at Alexander Wang’s Spring 2015 show.

With such a packed schedule, it’s easy to see why Tyga is always on the go. After all, when you’re busy overseeing a fledgling empire, who really has time to make small talk?

Tyga - FAULT Issue 19 (inside 2)

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