A gorgeous selection of fashion forward images that were exclusively shot for Bloginity by Elliott Morgan, and star four incredibly beautiful models, Leonie, Anya Barker, Rose Ellis and Sisel.
Korean illustrator Sakiroo Choi illustrates what he sees a “character meets brand”, and titles the project “Yellow Lemon”
These photographs were shot by Julia Kiecksee, and make up a fashion editorial titled Don’t You See Her Walking. The editorial stars Sasha Kesova and was styled by Nicole Mahrenholz.
Everyone is pointing out Karlie Kloss’s latest racy shoot instead of crediting the portrait as one of the best portraits since the birth of the dinosaurs.
Kyle Anderson, Marie Claire’s new Accessories Director, is no stranger to change. He actually embraces it.
Larrisa Bond is full of surprises. You may remember her from the pages of Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and both American and Russian Vogue during the true era of the super model, but her latest venture — a full line of gender specific and unisex fine jewelry – is an incredibly impressive accomplishment on its own.
Karlie Kloss covers the December issue of Vogue Italia. Dressed in a beige, silk creation by Valentino and shot by the incredible Steven Meisel.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) today announced brand-new expansion designs from the architecture firm Snøhetta, revealing more details of the planned street-level galleries and free, public spaces.
Can a skiwear be seductive? Yes, if it is worn by gorgeous Candice Swanepoel.
Thanks to news leaking last night that H&M has chosen Consuelo Castiglioni, Creative Director of Marni, to design their next capsule collection, we can all now looks back and laugh at all the hubbub that was created over the Tom Ford speculations.
As if Naomi Campbell needed another reason for us to worship her, she’s now the editor-at-large for the brand-new German and Russian editions of Interview.
Stella McCartney is no stranger to athletic wear or a little blood, sweat, and tears for that matter. Next year will probably be her busiest year yet.
To celebrate the legendary alliance between Hublot and Ferrari, Hublot is proud to unveil the first genuine Ferrari-Stamped Hublot watch – a pure collectors’ item of just 20 pieces – in reference to the 20th anniversary of the first Ferrari in China: the Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari.
For the November issue of W Magazine, Sharif Hamza photographs a glamourous quartet, Ajak Deng, Ming Xi, Alana Zimmer and Hanna Holman for this suburban styled fashion editorial.
For the November issue of Soma Magazine, the incredible Judith Bedard works some experimental lingerie and jacket combinations; she is photographed by Filippo Del Vita.
For the December cover of Harper’s Bazaar Spain, photographer Txema Yeste shoots Aline Weber in this series of wintery, elegant images.
The night’s most prestigious award went to none other than Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton.
H&M is proud to announce a spring designer collaboration with the Italian brand Marni.
Marc Jacobs has finally decided to turn down the job of Creative Director at Dior.
Get ready to wear your hair with flair this winter and stay on trend right through to Spring and Summer 2012.
The biggest head-scratching factor here has to be the hardcore secrecy borne out of this second, and already inferior, collection. Seriously, what’s the big deal? They both know it’s going to sell out anyway.
Uncle Karl’s already saturated resume needs space for yet one more job description: Newspaper Editor.
Vivienne Westwood is investing 1 million of her own funds to launch a 7 million pound fundraising campaign supporting the rainforest charity Cool Earth. The action is to highlight World Bank’s expenditure failings as a staggering 90% of funds pledged to halt deforestation remains unspent.
Many of Modernism’s great artists name the Greek 16th Century painter El Greco as a major source of inspiration and fascination, including Cezanne, van Gogh, Picasso, Delauney, Macke, and Marc. About 100 works by them and other modernist painters will be juxtaposed with 40 of El Greco’s original works from major international collections, including New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and Metropolitan Museum of Art at Museum Kunstpalast from April 28 – August 12, 2012.