Karmen Pedaru is mixing punk rebellion and urban grunge in these bright color popping images, shot by Fabien Baron for the latest issue of Interview.
Continuing the promotion before the up-and-coming release of Friends With Benefits, super-hot American actress Mila Kunis stars on the cover of the September issue of Glamour UK.
Kristen Stewart looks nothing like we have ever seen her before. Shot by Mert & Marcus, Kristen is the cover girl for the September issue of W Magazine.
These steamy portraits of Sigrid Agren are shot by Aitken Jolly for the autumn / winter edition of Dansk Magazine. The photographs are styled by Anders Solvsten Thomsen.
In this latest fashion editorial for Remix Magazine, Amanda Booth dons some elegant and striking designs from Azzedine Alaia, in this fashion narrative that sees Amanda take a journey home.
Pop-superstar Beyonce continues her rein over fashion glossies, covering the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Shot by Alexi Lubomirski and styled by Franck Benhamou.
It is September issue time, and Vogue US definitely does not disappoint. The newly married Kate Moss gives readers a rare glimpse into her personal life, shot by Mario Testino.
Bambi Northwood-Blyth is August 2011’s calendar girl for ksubi’s Sex! and Fashion media project, Bambi works her incredible eyebrows and sexed up attitude.
Spring 2012 look books are already upon us, and here we have Adriana Lima working the blue horizon for Forum’s take on the summer collection, shot by Gui Paganni.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the latest cover girl for Elle US, she is photographed by Carter Smith for the cover and an editorial spread inside, wearing simple, classic and chic designs.
As the sun shone down on Hollywood, picture four guys trying to ‘look cool’, swinging open the studio doors and stepping into the reception of a chilled -50 degree air conditioned artistic oasis.
Formal and conceptual simplicity, two prisms placed one above the other, with a slightly displaced movement of the top prism, creating an immense overhang and an interior fissure. This is the basis for beginning to understand the concept behind this dwelling.
10 year old Thylane Blondeau was featured in Vogue Paris back in January, in Jimmy Choo stilettos, which has raised questions about the sexualization of children within advertising and media.
In yet another exciting fashion editorial for Schon! magazine, photographer Tiziano Magni shoots the gorgeous Maritza Veer in this simple yet edgy series of photographs titled Flesh, Flags, Fatigues.
Giorgio Armani’s fall 2011 campaign has been released, and it does not disappoint. Shot by Mert & Marcus, Russian beauty Sasha Pivovarova stars in these striking, sleek images.
In another great editorial from the latest issue of Schon! magazine, Maria Jelena shoots Emily Thomas and Grace Moore in a rock and roll style photo-shoot, titled Glam Slam.
This bright, colorful and summery shoot sees Daisy Lowe “Home Alone” in the sunshine, hitting the pool and and lounging around in the garden, for the American edition of Playboy.
661,509 Total Visitors to Alexander McQueen Puts Retrospective among Top 10 Most Visited Exhibitions in Metropolitan Museum’s History.
Shot by Hugh Lippe for Dazed and Confused, this outdoor fashion story stars Dutch model Mirte Maas looking possessed and out of this world in designs from Chanel’s fall collection.
Shot for Vogue Italia, legendary photographer Steven Meisel shoots Raquel Zimmerman as she works a variety of casual and elegant looks that are styled by Karl Templer.
For the autumn / winter issue of Dansk magazine, Joachim Mueller-Ruchholtz works with Dree Hemingway to create this nomadic inspired fashion editorial.
The latest issue of Interview magazine shines a light on Gucci, the fashion editorial is shot by Mert & Marcus, and stars models Saskia de Brauw and Marique Schimmel.
This is a showcase of illustrator and graphic designer Alexis Marcou. Graduated from Plymouth University, Since then has worked for companies in Greece and Cyprus and has been doing freelance work and worked for a wide range of clients from DACS to Nike.
This long-term installation highlights a new feature of the Luce Center for American Art: Visible Storage Study Center that will give the public access to more than 350 additional objects from the Museum’s renowned American collections.