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Couture uniquely Velle.

 Imagine a conversation between
you and the unknown. Speak a language without words.
Say exactly what you mean with just one look.

como se llama
como se llama

Velle’s Exclusive
Couture Line

¿cómo se llama? asks the simple, yet complex question, “Who are you?”

Interested in the conversation that follows, we believe couture is the art of creating the aesthetic manifestation of who we are.

Who are you? Don’t tell us, show us…

Art Direction
Justin Gagne

Couture
Audi Lane

Modeling
Rena

Jewelry & Photography
Karen Gourley Lehman

Information Society Information Society

Soundtracks by Information Society.

We asked Paul Robb, founding member and producer of Information Society to share his thoughts on five questions about music and fashion (snobbery & decay).

1 What is the most embarrassing album you’ve ever bought? Embarrassing to me? None! Embarrassing to others? Ethel Merman’s Greatest Hits, Soundtrack from “The Prisoner,” JJ Fad, Jesus Christ Superstar, the entire Enya catalog, The 5th Dimension “Greatest Hits on Earth”. 2 During theĀ 1980’s what was your favorite fashion trend? Leg warmers! 3 What are the top three songs you’re currently listening to? I don’t really listen to “songs,” per se, anymore… Artists: The Album Leaf, Chet Baker, Harold Budd, Deadmau5, Luminous. 4 Is music fashion? Sadly, yes. And as disposable. 5 If you could tell us a secret, what would it be? My friends think I talk too much. Oh wait, that’s not really a secret.

Information
Society

A musical collective which has been recording and performing for over twenty-five years. After emerging from the Minneapolis underground in the mid-1980s, the group stormed onto the national scene with their international cult classic “Running,” one of the most influential electro/freestyle tracks of all time.

Apocryphon

Signals
Information Society 1983

Taken from the album Apocryphon: Electro Roots 1982-1985

Synthesizer

More to This
Information Society 2007

Taken from the album Synthesizer

All music and band photographs featured are courtesy of Information Society.

For more music visit: informationsociety.us

A special thanks to Paul Robb and Information Society for making electronic music funky for over 25 years.

B-sides

 Personality

For anyone who wants to silently breakup with their trendy iPod for a previous love affair with their forgotten cassette stowaway; we can’t rewind, but we can pause with renewed confidence before fast-forwarding into another unfulfilling relationship. Love doesn’t hurt until you fall…

Available on Cassette:
Tape Player

B-sides.

 Tape Player and Wet Magazine.

B-sides

Composition

Consider Wet magazine an accidental introduction to an early modernist design education, much like the visual culture found in a good record shop, discothèque or bibliotheca. With contributions from new wave typographic style and photomontage innovators like April Greiman and Jayme Odgers, a distinct nod to the influences of Josef Müller-Brockmann and László Moholy-Nagy were to be found not only in the buildings of corporate America, but in the streets of its future youth during the late 1970’s.

Gourmet Bathing:
Wet Magazine