Pardon our skepticism. Since its cancellation nearly a decade ago, there’s been so many rumors about an Arrested Development reunion—whether through a new season, a movie, or a variety show—that it’s become quite easy to dismiss each new possibility as wishful thinking. As some old maxim must go, “I’ll believe it when I see a trailer.” Perhaps mindful of this totally not made-up adage, AD producer/narrator Ron Howard tweeted a photo of the fourth season’s first script, titled simply, “Michael.” He added: “Lots of lines for the narrator!” Which seems to mean that this thing is really, really happening, at least on the level where a script is being physically produced for its actors to read, which should lead to filming and editing and distribution and all of those wonderful things to ensure new episodes, on our computer, as early as 2013. (They’ll be available all at once through Netflix.) After that, we’ll be able to scratch off everything on that list of long-awaited creative lists, pending the release of Dr. Dre’s Detox.
It looks like Lana Del Rey has found herself a muse, or at least a boy toy, and he goes by the name of Bradley Soileau. BULLETT and Bradley go way back. He’s featured all over our Obsessed Issue, and even has his own sticker. The inked-up model made his mainstream debut in Del Rey’s steamy “Born to Die” video, where he got an up close and personal look at those famous lips. Soileau and Del Rey go at it again in her “Blue Jeans” video, which was released earlier this month and features the two of them getting smoochy in a pool. While Soileau was in LA for the shoot, he took some photos of his experience, and decided to share them with us. Thanks Bradley!
Photography by Bradley Soileau
American born, British reared Sebastian Sauvé has quite the impressive resumé. From the cover of German L’Officiel Hommes to spreads in GQ and i-D ,among others, this pouty-lipped model is a veritable rising star. In his downtime, the 6’3 Sauvé hacky-sacks and takes photos of his behind-the-scenes catwalk experiences. Check out the latest stills from his recent travels.
Repped by Fusion Management, the Philadelphia-bred model has this to say about his adventure “Traveling always exposes me to people, places and situations outside of my daily comfort zone. The constant change of scenery has enabled me to encounter some of the most interesting and creative people I’ve ever met. Surrounded by new faces, full of varied backgrounds and cultures, has allowed me to not only look at the world through a different perspective, but also at myself. This past week, I’ve captured the faces around me, some new, some old but all full of personalities that make each day different then the next. “
Bradley Soileau, the New York-based 25-year-old has gone from the pages of Vogue Homme Japan and Wonderland to sharing the screen with everyone’s favorite pouty lipped chanteuse in a lil’ ol’ video called “Born to Die.”Armed with a camera, the tattooed model captures his surroundings in Paris during men’s fashion week.
The New York-based 25-year-old has gone from the pages of Vogue Homme Japan and Wonderland to sharing the screen with everyone’s favorite pouty lipped chanteuse in a lil’ ol’ video called “Born to Die.”Armed with a camera, the tattooed model captures his surroundings in Milan for the start of men’s fashion week.
Repped by Fusion Management, the Philadelphia-bred model has this to say about fashion: “Fashion is more than just the designers. It’s more than just the brands, or the models, or photographers, shops, or boutiques. Real fashion rests within the city and the ornaments that form the personality. Cities have style and life, and they have character and feeling. This all stems, not from what we are fed through traditional fashion magazines and websites, but from the buildings and streets, and cafes and cars, and the elderly, lively, and helpless. The Musicians, lights, food and art are what make these cities what they are and what makes them the true cities of fashion.”