“This house belongs to an old man who has only ever left the island once – to go to war. And each time I pass his house on my way home to Edinburgh I think about how much I want to stay. And how one day I just might.”
It’s rad that photographers send their work through to us, especially when we come across a little gem like Jacopo Moschin. Jacopo‘s new shoot for Icon Magazine has demonstrated in this indulgent and elegant story with the divine Vanessa Hessler what he is really about.
The shoot, entitled ‘Color Extremes’, photographed by Sergi Pons of Motif Management for ‘View of the Times’ new issue.
Mert & Marcus reveal their tools of the trade in all new issue of Industries magazine. The portrait of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott is a self portrait, revealing that they both carry the same tattoo as Kate Moss.
Cindy Crawford graces Vogue Mexico’s new issue dressed in pieces from Louis Vuitton, Gucci to Burberry Prorsum. The 90s supermodel, still has it.
Two new covers have been revealed today, the new Summer 2011 i-D Magazine will be featuring Kristen McMenamy, Amber Valletta, Stella Tennant to name a few.
Derek Henderson and Rose Smith explore opportunities using pieces from Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Balmain for the New Zealand based publication, Pilot Magazine.
Abbey Lee Kershaw collaborates with Tom Munro, styled by Charles Varenne for the new issue of Numéro #123.
Check out this colaboration David Slijper and Toni Garrn formed for the new issue of Elle France, makeup by Romy Soleimani – it’s a recipe for success
Without a doubt Numéro is pushing ahead other magazines in the industry, we really really want to see more editorials like these, especially collaborating with upcoming models.
The June issue of Numéro is all about the dramatic look. Labels like Givenchy, Moschino and YSL join in with styling by Sarah Ellison and makeup by Yumi Mori.
Mario Testino teams with Kate Moss for the May 2011 issue of Vogue Brazil.
A photographer who’s passion is not to create campaigns for big brands, but to capture moments. Moments like this one. Virgina, a beautiful new face from the heart of Paris styled by Karine Martins in pieces from Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Escada, Celine to Hermès.
Asa Tallgard produces timeless images for Elle Norway, photographing Aleksandra Nilsen, styled by Elle’s fashion director Petra Middlethon.
Emily DiDonato, Erin Wasson, Jon Kortajarena and Texas Olsson collaborate with Chad Pitman for the Spring 2011 campaign of the Italian jeans brand Replay.
Ben Hassett photographs both Jacquelyn Jablonski and Hannah Holman for the June 2011 issue of Vogue Japan.
Did Harper’s Bazaar Australia intentionally put Bambi Northwood topless on their June 2011 cover knowing it’s the beginning of the winter on the other side of the globe? Perhaps Bambi is there to warm them during the winter time.
I came across this one made for TheOnes2Watch.com entitled “Virgin Homicides” I am really not sure what the meaning of it is but it’s quite interesting hair styling.
Styled by Candice Bailey with makeup by Miho Hamaya and photographed by Hugues Laurent for ASOS Magazine.
Sergi Pons shoots Noemie Lenoir for the new issue of GQ Spain. All photographs are black and white and definitely share a passion to an early 90s sexy photo shoot. But did Sergi succeed with what he was going for? You be the judge.
This cover shows more support to Japan compared to Vogue Japan. The tag line, ‘We LOVE Japan’ doesn’t really apply to the image itself but we’re getting the point. And besides that, Aline is a total stunner.
The magazine celebrates it’s 23rd birthday with a “super special edition”, photography by Nino Muñoz. However this isn’t the first time we’ve seen a classical black and white shot in this pose.
Derek Kettela and Daria Werbowy team up to create one hot photo shoot for the May 2011 issue of Elle Spain. Headed off to the Canary Islands, the team have created some really great stuff.
The cover is everything, right? So we think we like it. Although both Mario Testino and Kate Moss go way back with their partnership of amazing images, this one is a bit atomic.
As big fans of Lara Stone I have to say I we are not liking this campaign too much. Too much color is involved here, when Lara is just beautiful by default. Lara doesn’t need a lot of make up, and she also needs to stay blond so I don’t know what I’m not liking here but.. The photo shoot was done for Interview magazine May 2011 issue.