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Not only is Vogue Paris considered one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world, it’s also made a name for itself with original, inspiring, and occasionally controversial photography. But instead of featuring a big-named photographer and a high-concept shoot for its annual calendar, the 2013 edition is just full of repeat images.
When it comes to model casting, Prada is it. Forget the face that launched a thousand ships, this is the brand that launched a thousand faces. So we’re thrilled to see that for its Spring 2013 campaign, the house has brought back some of its biggest stars from seasons past.
Italian label Marni is launching its first-ever fragrance in February 2013, and the ad campaign stars Brazilian model Raquel Zimmermann.
You probably know that we love fashion, but did you know that we love subways? BECAUSE WE LOVE SUBWAYS. And now Vogue Italia has melded the two!
Did Steven Meisel try to pull a fast one over on the editors at W? Said W editors sure think so, thanks to the alleged resemblance between editorials Meisel did for both W‘s September issue and Vogue Italia‘s August issue.
Well, we officially know what our favorite campaign video of the season. Lanvin, you totally win.
Rarely does Emma Watson not look awesome, and her spread for the latest issue of i-D is no exception.
Happy Shark Week, everyone! As you all well know, it’s Discovery Channel‘s annual Shark Week, so naturally, we felt that the only proper way to celebrate was to bring you the second installment of “When Sharks Attack, Fashion Edition.” And really, what better way to celebrate than to photoshop sharks into our favorite fashion photos?
When we first saw an image from the Alexander McQueen fall 2011 ad campaign, we were sure it was actually some sort of last-ditch (and totally unnecessary) promotion for Savage Beauty‘s final week at the Met. Can you blame us?
Alexander Wang has a thing for vaguely non-traditional advertising — remember those image pieces? — which is why his latest effort doesn’t come as much of a surprise. It also reminds us of many things!
Juicy Couture is going for a new look this fall. The brand has ditched their usual pastel colored, over-the-top and costume-y ads for a sleeker, more urban ad campaign.
We can’t wait to see the day when unretouched photos are about as exciting as day old bread, but in the meantime, Vogue UK has published a set of black and white images featuring models like Raquel Zimmermann, Natalia Vodianova, and Kirsty Hume wearing nary a stitch of makeup and shot completely au naturel.
This year’s Met Gala celebrated the genius of Alexander McQueen. The Costume Institute‘s Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibit opens tomorrow, and breathtaking doesn’t even begin to describe it. But more on that later! The Met Gala is arguably the most fashionable event of the year, so it’s no surprise than many of the A-list guests dressed in keeping with the fashionable McQueen theme.
For the past 10 years, Vogue‘s shape issue has aimed to highlight different body types. As such, it’s unfortunate that the title of a behind-the-scenes video of a conventional models-only shoot for the issue is “Vogue Diaries: ‘Perfect’ Shapes”. Sigh.
A bevy of stars, models, and bold-faced names stepped out for last night’s opening of “Le Compte Ory” at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera. And while Claire Danes, Mary Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Raquel Zimmermann, Olivia Munn, Emmy Rossum, and Rebecca Hall already make for a competitive red carpet, the fact that every one of them was dressed by YSL makes the competition even closer.
What’s the most embarrassing thing that can happen to someone who styles an ad for a fashion company? Probably styling your models in clothes made by another brand. In the ad for Chloe‘s newest fragrance Love, someone decided it would be a good idea to style model Raquel Zimmermann in head-to-toe Chloe with an Yves Saint Laurent belt.
We’ve long been reticent of fall’s biggest footwear trend, clogs, which is why it was heartening to read that two of the world’s most famous faces agree with us.
This morning Lady Gaga participated in the ninth installment of SHOWstudio’s In Camera interview series, answering questions from fans around the globe. But the interview didn’t just attract the attention of Gaga’s little monsters – some pretty big ones showed up to submit queries, too. Fashion-world heavyweights from Cathy Horyn to Naomi Campbell typed in a question for the pop diva.
Vogue’s June issue is proving to be very interesting. First Anna sends Hamish Bowles to surf camp, then she erases some of Blake Lively’s coveted bosom, and now she’s turned Matthew Morrison (aka Glee’s Mr. Schuester) into a veritable hunk of man meat with a swim-themed editorial starring Raquel Zimmermann.
V magazine’s June issue looks like its going to be fun-filled photo album of both summer and winter memories. First Lady Gaga journaled her life in Polaroids, and now supermodels have sent in their own picturesque postcards from sunny, seaside locales.