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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.
Sasha Pivovarova gave birth to a baby girl on Sunday!
Versace‘s H&M collection drops in a little over a month, and we’re getting pretty excited about it.
Every now and again you see a magazine cover that reminds you of why we have magazines in the first place: We want to escape, we want to learn something new, we want to know what the future could look like. Now, if it seems like we’re waxing poetic a little too hard, we’re OK with that — because Sasha Pivovarova cover of Vogue Paris‘ October issue is just that beautiful.
Sasha Pivovarova is already a bold faced name in the fashion world, and now she’s set out to conquer Hollywood with her first foray onto the big screen. The Prada favorite is set to appear in In Time, a time-traveling thriller starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried. Pivovarova will play Clara, Seyfried’s grandmother and Vincent Kartheiser‘s mother-in-law.
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.
The full spread for Gisele‘s Vogue Paris cover is here, and we’re nothing short of obsessed. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot the supermodel in St. Barth’s, and the result is a set of photos that are arrestingly chic in their casualness.
We’re suckers for clever marketing tactics, and Rag & Bone‘s latest guerrilla ad campaign has us smitten. Marcus Wainwright and David Neville teamed up with creative agency Laird+Partners to develop the advertising scheme, which involves 1,000 posters (and even more fliers) plastered all over walls and deli boards across downtown Manhattan.
It’s a well known fact that models are their own breed of humans, with especially elongated limbs, luminescent skin, and arresting features which may vary from doll-like to alien-esque to sex-kittenish and back again. But what’s even more fascinating about these strange, vaunted creatures is that while the originality of their looks is what gets them paid, they have an eery tendency to look, well, strikingly like each other. And so, here are seven sets of long-lost model twins who have us seriously questioning our eyesight when it comes to their remarkable resemblance.
There’s a little part of us, way deep inside, that feels terrible for sitting on our couch on a rainy Monday night and going through photos of our favorite bold-faced names and judging them purely on their looks. But then we see the Ms. Havisham monstrosity that Kirsten Dunst chose to wore and we shove that part even deeper down inside and carry on our merry, judge-y way. What follows are the most lackluster looks from tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.
Vogue Italia took pale to the next level with editor Jacob K’s spread for the April issue. Featuring Sasha Pivovarova and Guinevere van Seenus as two “ghostly maidens” doused in white powder and draped in designs from Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Yohji Yamamoto, “A White Story” takes the frill and frippery of spring to an artfully icy place. But the best part of this issue might be the compare and contrast between “A White Story” and Pivovarova’s second and far smokier spread shot by Mario Sorrenti.
It’s finally spring and the March issues are piling into mailboxes. Skipping in delightfully comes i-D’s three-cover Spring issue, featuring three of our favorites: Prada’s model of choice, Sasha Pivovarova; Danish model Freja Beha; and Russian superstar Natalia Vodianova.