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Whether you believe that fashion is art or not — that debate never seems to get resolved, does it? — the influences the two fields have on one another can’t be denied. Today, on World Art Day, we want to celebrate some of the photographers, stylists, and magazines that take their cues from canvas, sculpture, and gelatin print and translate these references into gorgeous, glossy editorials.
Who needs to look good on paper when you can look this good in it? In a gorgeous editorial called “Limited Paper”, photographer Iban Montero showcases the unlikely elegance that an office supply can exude when crafted into dresses worthy of Monsieur Christian Dior himself.
So Santa has come and gone and all of the presents are unwrapped…now what? Well, we’ve gathered 25 fashion images celebrating the season’s ribbons, bows, reindeer, snow, sparkling lights, and wintery whites — one for each day of December that’s already passed. It’s kind of like an advent calendar, but you can open them up all at once!
Now that you’re about to tuck into what just might be the most major meal of the year, here’s some proof that you’re in good company.
Pretty much every major masthead you can think of these days is going to look a lot different this time next year. From beloved editors being ousted after struggling to rake in the ad dollars (Sally Singer at T, for one) to reams of staff leaving for greener ($$) pastures (see Harper’s Bazaar), the industry-wide game of musical chairs has been going on for months now. And with many major positions still left wide open, it shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
Halloween is just two short weeks away! Do you know what your costume is yet? If not (or even if so, since this is one holiday that never lasts just one day, does it?) we’ve compiled some inspiration from Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and the like over the years to give you a push in the right direction.
26 sports, 39 disciplines, and 302 events. That’s right, folks: the 2012 Summer Olympics are here! Here’s what to expect.