Following on from her four covers for the July issue of Vogue Brazil, Gisele Bundchen stars in an editorial spread shot by Jaques Dequeker in the breath-taking Amazon Rainforest.
This amazing and visually striking editorial spread was shot for Vogue Russia by Mariano Vivanco. It stars Daria Strokous looking sophisticated and very seductive in designs picked by Ekaterina Mukhina.
Dree Hemingway and Jon Kortajarena star in a summer cover shoot and editorial spread for the July issue of Vogue Turkey, shot by Sebastian Faena.
Max Doyle shoots Australian model Lydia Willemina for Vogue Australia, titled Best in Show. Lydia wears a stunning collection of iconic and creative pieces from the Fall collections.
In this editorial spread and cover for Vogue Italia, Steven Meisel shoots some of the new faces for this fall, for a photo-shoot titled Pret-A-Porter.
Sasha Pivovarova is fierce and intense in this dramatic portrait series shot by Hedi Slimane for Vogue Japan, titled Tough Love.
Calvin Klein clad model Lara Stone is shot by Mark Seliger for the cover of Russian Vogue. She is also featured in an editorial spread alongside designer Francisco Costa.
Gisele Bundchen stars on on not one but four covers for the July issue of Vogue Brazil, shot by Jaques Dequeker in the Amazon, and Patrick Demarchelier in New York
Malgosia Bela is looking super excited, not to mention sophisticated, for the July issue of Vogue Spain. Malgosia’s smile and expression are what usually does it for me. We here at bloginity think she’s a genius at what she does.
Spellbinding shoot for July Issue of Vogue US, Lara Stone and Frida Gustavsson fight for the affections of Alexander Skarsgård. Fashion choices by Vogue Legend Grace Coddington evoke 1940’s old school glamor.
For the March issue of Vogue Turkey, Ashley Smith embodies rock and roll legend Debbie Harry. Captured by Ellen von Unwerth, Ashley is as charming and endearing as ever.
I guess Emma grew her hair back. She no longer looks like a kid, either. She’s actually looking like a lady. A good looking lady! And for that we have to thank Mario Testino.
For the July issue of Vogue Nippon, Raymond Meier picks up his years of fashion photography experience and creates a shoot entitled ‘Heavenly Hair, Lovely Legs’ featuring the beautiful model Carola Remer.
Fashion’s new muse is a heroine in disguise, wearing coats, skirts and suits that boost confidence in new-look textures that don’t skimp on elegance.
For the new issue of Vogue Mexico Kim Noorda shows her beautiful summer tan. All I have to say is that the Marcin’s camera can photograph thought.
Do you remember Vogue UK published Lara Stone, Freja Beha and .. others in the bridal collection? Of course you do. Well, for the new issue of Vogue Brazil you’ll find the Brides editorial.
Vogue Japan gets sharper with a new editorial featuring Snejana Onopka in labels like YSL, Lanvin and Givenchy.
Perhaps Vogue is reading Bloginity.com because for the June issue of Vogue US, is a full editorial featuring Lara Stone photographed by Patrick Demarchelier.
The June 2011 issue of Vogue Italia explores new things. One of which, plus size models in Agent Provocateur, a boudoir driven shoot by Steven Meiseil.
We had the pleasure of meeting Freja Beha the other day and we realized that this world is so small. We also realized that time is moving so fast and that the summer is already upon us. So here’s Freja’s latest editorial ‘Sun Proof Summer’ for Vogue Japan.
As a model, would you rather work with Testino, Inez & Vinoodh or Vogue’s Art Director? Who provides a better feedback?
For the summer issue of Vogue Paris, Eniko Mihalik gets bronzed up in front of Giampaolo Sgura.
Terry Richardson defines ‘Spaghetti Western’ for the June 2011 issue of Vogue Nippon. Utilizing the pretty face of Lindsay Wixson, eating Spaghetti.
It is often said that, in the fashion world, everything old becomes new again. Vogue Paris seems to be taking that idea a bit too far, however, as recent photo shoots in the magazine have borne uncanny resemblance to shoots from past years. The transition from Carine Roitfeld to Emmanuelle Alt at the editor-in-chief position appears to have drained some of the creativity from Vogue Paris; critics have pointed to the magazine’s tendency to recreate past shoots as a prime indication of that fact.
She has become the poster-girl for an army of 20-something wannabes so desperate to look cool by being ‘uncool’. So now uncool is cool? In that case I was cool long before uncool was cool.