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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.
Sean & Seng photograph model Liya Kebede and a live flamingo, with Liya channeling two characters, one blonde and one brunette, for the latest issue of POP Magazine.
These are a little bit more than your everyday studio shoot. Here, Constance Jablonksi is shot by photographer Henrique Gendre for Vogue Brazil’s August issue.
For the latest issue of Vogue Japan, Yasunari Kikuma photographs Ebba in eight different and unique looks, featuring a gorgeous Coach handbag in each image.
Shot by photographer Arthur Elgort, Karlie Kloss stars in this gorgeous fashion editorial, where she takes to the streets of New York City for the September issue of Vogue Japan.
Bohemian beauty Anja Rubik stars in this gorgeous, stylish fashion editorial shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for the September issue of Vogue Paris.
In this photo shoot for the September issue of Vogue Spain Claudia tackles seventies inspired styles and outfits, which are shot by photographer Tom Munro.
Photographer Henryk Lobaczewski tackles color in this latest shoot, proving one key color rule: if your going to go colorful, go bold, in a big way.
Nirrimi Hakanson’s work is often stirring, touching and poignant. This fashion shoot in particular has a bittersweet, moving nature to it, which is portrayed by the young model Yani.
Raquel Zummermann looks strictly sexy in this outdoor shoot for the pre-fall issue of i-D Magazine which is shot by Josh Olins.
Iconic, legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell stars in this bright, eye-popping cover for V Spain’s Fall 2011 issue, which shines the spotlight on film. It is Shot by Sebastian Faena.
Brittany Hollis looks every inch the wild and colorful bird of paradise in this collection of beauty portraits that were shot by photographer Jeff Tse.
As with much of my work this project is shot in such a way as to deliberately limit the viewer’s engagement with the photos. This seemingly backwards approach – almost pushing the viewer away – is meant to mirror the lack of connection, our detachment, from the physical landscape.
In the style of Alphonse Mucha, the new Pink models´s composites, highlights the girls with a point of modernism and dynamism.
Two of the hottest models in the industry right now have come together for the fashion story featured in W Magazine’s September issue, which is shot by Mario Sorrenti.
Photographer Camilla Akrans shoots the beautiful Carola Remer in this feature for Vogue Germany’s September issue, which shines the spotlight on the designs of the super-talented Tom Ford.
Gras is a recent photography project by Jürgen Heckel. Heckel is also the mind behind the works entitled ‘Stone’, ‘Forest’ and ‘Clouds’, all of which are equally stunning.
Here are some behind the scene photographs from the Pirelli 2012 calender. Among others, Kate Moss is shot by Mario Sorrenti, along the gorgeous coast of Croatia.
Constance Jablonski delivers big-haired, mature elegance for Numero China #11. Shot by Tiziano Magni, Constance is dressed in a variety of elegant and bold designs by stylist Joseph Carle.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art honors Latino Heritage Month this September by highlighting Latin American works of art and inviting visitors of all ages to discover them in the exhibition Selected Histories: 20th-Century Art from the SFMOMA Collection on the museum’s second floor.