Good Reads
Fashion & Beauty
Louis Vuitton SS 2011 by Cédric Buchet 1
Dakota Fanning by Juergen Teller for Marc Jacobs 2
Erin Wasson for Zadig & Voltaire 1
Classic Icons by MIKAs Koivisto Karlsson 1
Abbey Lee Kershaw for Vogue Russia 4
Tumi Tag
Retail Camp Logo

RetailCamp – an interactive two-day conference. The event brings together apparel and retail industry professionals, bloggers and designers and teaches them how to use technology as a marketing, business and brand development tool.

Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2011 by Glen Luchford 16
JFW 2011
Karlie Kloss by Steven Meisel for Dior 17

Karlie Kloss by Steven Meisel for Dior Spring 2011 campaign.

Alessandra Ambrosio for Loewe Collection 1
Backstage at the 2011 L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2
Andrew Kuykendall for Ben Trovato 10

Andrew Kuykendall who is presented by our good friends at FACTORY311 had shot Erin (IMG), Alisa and Brooke (Next) for Ben Trovato.

Pamela Usanto Help Japan
Atelier Versace Spring 2011 Abbey Lee Kershaw (29)

Atelier Versace’s lookbook never cease to amaze us, for this Spring season there is certainly no exception and Versace girl Abbey Lee Kershaw is posing for the new collection.

Ann Ward for Vogue Italia March 2011 by Ellen von Unwerth (2)
Taylor Warren by Jason Lee Parry for No. Magazine #13 (1)

Taylor Warren by Jason Lee Parry for No. Magazine #13

Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2011-1

It wasn’t obvious that Marc Jacobs was working a fetishistic cycle for fall 2011 until he showed his latest for Louis Vuitton right at the end of Paris Fashion Week.


Like a modern-day Belle de Jour fresh from the set of a Luis Buñuel film, the Elie Saab woman dons a tall, slim silhouette, the epitome of Parisian chic.

Blake LIVELY pour Chanel

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have your photo taken by Karl Lagerfeld?


An army of ice queens commanded the runway adorned in 6,000 silver and metallic black barrettes for the show, all supplied by Goody to create the ultramodern vision of the Alexander McQueen girl.

Alexander McQueen Fall Winter 2011

It was the perfect mix of sensuality and ‘haute’ fetishism that should turn any Burton naysayer into a bonafide believer.