The Dreams & Aspirations issue NO. #315 – in one word is brilliant. It’s editorial content and photography is featuring the great Abbey Lee Kershaw, Lara Stone, to Hedi Slimane who we absolutely admire.
“Whatever you think, you become.” Photographed by Hedi Slimane and styled by Sarah Richardson, Andy Lovelee, Alexey Galetsky and Taylor Edward.
After 10 years of working with both the local and international art communities from their Little Italy–based headquarters, Scott White Contemporary Art (SWCA) officially announces today that the gallery and all operations are relocating to 7655 Girard Avenue, La Jolla CA in November 2011.
A first look at the cover of T Magazine’s Fall issue featuring Lara Stone. Now who’s excited?
Diego Diaz Marin is a Spanish fashion photographer, and here we have is latest shoot, titled All Over The Reeds, which stars Spanish model Javier Olmeda
For the second issue of LoveCat Magazine, Richard Phillips shoots Lindsay Lohan for a striking black and white cover, and Andrej Pecjic stars in a Hollywood styled fashion editorial.
For the latest issue of Vogue Homme International, Mariano Vivanco creates this interesting male fashion editorial around the concept of alternative police mug-shots with the same model.
For the latest issue of Muse Magazine, photographer Mariano Vivanco shoots the super-gorgeous Toni Garrn in this fun, playful and sexy fashion editorial titled Play Girl.
For the October issue of Marie Claire US, beautiful actress Reese Witherspoon is shot by photographer Tesh in these intimate black and white portraits for an editorial and cover.
For the October issue of Vogue US, Michelle Williams tackles one of the most iconic roles within fashion editorials, Marilyn Monroe. Here, Michelle is shot by Annie Leibovitz.
This editorial for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar US sees Georgia May Jagger playing the role of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher. Shot by iconic fashion photographer Terry Richardson.
Polaroid is honoring its founder Dr. Edwin Land’s passion for the arts with the launch of the Made in Polaroid exhibit.
The Open Window in the 19th Century generated $908 million in spending by regional, national, and international tourists to New York, according to a visitor survey the Museum released today.
Lara Stone dresses up as a pink haired Elizabeth Taylor for V Magazine, strutting her stuff for photographer Mario Testino, in a editorial titled Big Girls Need Big Diamonds.
Coco Rocha and David Smith are shot by Gregory Harris, Coco looks fantastic in the September issue of Dazed & Confused Korea which highlights some of Seoul’s emerging talents.
Ford Model’s Kate King, Simone Cavalho, Karmen Pedaru, and Hanne Gaby are seen backstage at the Pier 94 in Manhattan for Alexander Wang S/S 2012. Lara Mullen, Cora, and Julia Nobis also featured in this show.
Colors inspired by pop art make even classic knits and polos a bit twisted. Iconic, American shapes are updated in contemporary fabrics and execution for a modern interpretation of prep.
From shooting test polaroids of young models to becoming one of the most known names in the fashion photography world. Mariano Vivanco sits down with us to discuss inspiration, motivation, and his career as a photographer.
Online Retailer Fashion Union is quick to translate Dior’s latest lines in high fashion footwear into affordable and wearable designs for the trend savvy cyber space shopper.
Sean & Seng photographs Carola Remer for the Fall 2011 issue of Pop, styled by Tamara Rothstein.
Ben Trovato Blog has grown from being a hidden pearl in the ocean of visual inspiration, to a well respected online fashion publication.
Incase debuts its latest collaboration with Ace Hotel, releasing a capsule collection of travel and technology accessories for Fall 2011. Inspired by classic flight jackets, the five-piece collection includes a Duffel Bag, Shoulder Bag, 15” Sleeve, Portfolio for iPad 2 and Snap Case for iPhone 4.
Canadian-American artist Gabriel “Specter” Reese has only been in New York City for three years, but he’s already made an indelible impression on the street art scene.
Bloginity’s purpose is not just to report and regurgitate, it is to encourage the talented and are not afraid to stand up and criticize when even the big guys let us down.
Mert & Marcus give their own take on the controversial creative direction, bondage, with this editorial for the September issue of Interview Magazine, which stars a ensemble cast of top models.