Glenn O'Brien, patron saint of Interview magazine, writer, 80's cable tv host, ' GQ's style guy' and a man of considerable style launched a project in 2012 called Penance. It was a performance piece which involved O'Brien dressing as a faux priest and setting up a 'confessional' at the infamous Chelsea hotel in New York. He was aided by swimsuit model Michelle Vawer who played the part of a nun in a rather fetching latex 'habit' and recorded the confessions. Part tongue-in-cheek, part performance piece and part reflection of the particularities and peccadilloes of modern life, Penance has now been released as a limited edition, 240-page book, filled with images and confessions. In some ways it reminds me a little of David Byrne's project, The New Sins, from a few years back, a different take on some similar threads if you will. O'Brien's is available here. He also tweets at @lordrochester (see Johnny Depp in The Libertine and you will understand).