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When Ben Trovato interviewed Aaron K back in March, he ended the session saying he would like to do more conceptual work in the future. Now the future is here, and Aaron definitely kept his word.
This latest fashion editorial from Mariano Vivanco stars the incredible Natasha Poly, and was shot in Venice for the latest issue of Vogue Italia.
Yum, yum yum and yum… Perhaps not the most eloquent of descriptions but these were the words uttered from my mouth upon seeing this Numéro November 2011 shoot by Ben Hassett.
Ombré: when colour is softly graduated from light to dark or from one color to another.
The Film and Television Luminary will Meet and Toast with Fans in Houston and Los Angeles
Tom Ford’s Violet Blonde fragrance will take you away to a world where movie stars were famous for their movies, where life was glamorous and celebrity antics seemed envy worthy.
Photographer Aram Bedrossian creates unique and engaging images that capture authentic moments of everyday life. Interviewed by Daniel Haim, Aram talks magazines, shoot preparations and his unique photographic style.
Marton Perlaki photographs Eniko Mihalik for The Room Magazine #10.
Active Resistance is a concept born from Vivienne Westwood’s manifesto Active Resistance to Propaganda. The manifesto encourages the pursuit of culture and of art to provide an antidote to propaganda.
the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present The Air We Breathe, a thematic exhibition that brings together commissioned work by 30 contemporary visual artists and eight poets who, for this project, will explore issues surrounding the cause to legalize same-sex marriage from various perspectives.
The 4th issue of Seventh Man Magazine features a clean new re-design reflecting the issue’s theme of modern masculinity.
Why not embrace the onset of the cold winter months? Harpers Bazaar surely have with this stunning November 2011 shoot by Terry Richardson.
This imaginative and explosive fashion editorial was photographed by Petrovsky and Ramone for the September issue of Glamour Netherlands.
This article needs no description. It’s Abbey Lee Kershaw photographed by Terry Richardson. Enough said.
Michael Angelo of Wonderland Beauty Parlor is a talent above most. Between hair, makeup and photography, he also dedicates himself tirelessly to an amazing charity. Julia Dalton-Brush was able to sit with him and learn about the man behind Wonderland.
If ever you felt the need to pan through three decades of photographs of Marlene Deitrich’s iconic style, or grab a glimpse at Steven Klein’s seductively disturbing fashion photography career, Vogue Italia’s Vogue Encyclo has made it all and more available at your fingertips.
Mazzy Star are set to release a new single on their own Rhymes Of An Hour Records on October 31st digitally with a limited edition 7-inch vinyl to follow. The Californian duo comprising of Hope Sandoval and David Roback, will perform a string of live shows in early 2012. A full album of brand new material will follow.
In this super-sexy fashion editorial for Vogue Germany, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is all about the legs, the lips and the sexed-up hair.
Kristen Stewart is dressed in gorgeous retro swimwear for the November issue of GQ UK. Photographed by Norman Jean Roy, the Twilight actress brings vintage glamor to each photograph.
Versace’s collection for H&M is full of the pieces that have made the house of Versace legendary.
Versace’s men’s collection for H&M is a mix of slick tailoring and pieces of extravagant pattern. Suit jackets and trousers come in either black or pink, while a black tuxedo jacket has metallic tip trims on its pockets, and shirts have metallic wing-tips on the collars.
Versace has revisited some of its most famous prints, which for women are used on pieces such as dresses, short pleat skirts, velvet bomber jackets, leggings and jeans.
Bold lips were all over the runway this season. From bright oranges to blue to brown, statements were made all over without saying a word.
Spirit photography, which was the visual representation of America’s nineteenth-century Spiritualist Movement, captured the minds of a country fixated on communicating with the dead.
The exhibition, which runs through October, sees prints of the pair’s work placed in random spots throughout the city. Those who find the photos are encouraged to take them home, totally free.