The new film which captures Jack Cardiff’s career and life is directed by Craig McCall. The success of the movie is that it truly represents who Jack Cardiff was and his passion towards film through the decades. The use of new technology, and the legendary stories.
It’s always nice to see someone stepping in to give a free advice to people who truly appreciate, and need it. Brazilian supermodel Michelle Alves is currently mentoring the students at the High School of Fashion Industries.
Being at the Vogue After party, and celebrating with the stars is perhaps one of the worlds greatest achievement as a journalist, but capturing it all through a camera is timeless.
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
The photograph tells in terms of color, shadow and distortion but there is a lot more to envision when you are painting a photorealistic piece, using oil on canvas.
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 celebrity A list has spoken by not saying a word. Monday night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Gala the dresses may have been a rainbow of stunning colors, but the lips were deep shades of reds and beautiful nudes .
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.
It is difficult to attain the perfect bridal makeup look if you are not a professional. You need to know what looks good both in person and in front of the camera, you need to know how to attain a beautiful flawless look that seems as though there is no makeup on your face while making sure there is enough to keep in on for a full day.
Mario Testino teams with Kate Moss for the May 2011 issue of Vogue Brazil.
An in-depth review of McQueen’s new exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the exhibition, entitled “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” is spectacular, and one of the best exhibitions we have ever attended in our entire lives. It was breathtaking, like an Alexander McQueen runway performance.
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.
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty opens up at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Join us as we discover McQueen’s contribution to the fashion world from 1992 to his most recent collection Angels & Demonds at 2010.
A video capturing the moving sky and the starry night in motion, captured by Terje Sorgjerd who visited the top of El Teide, Spain’s highest mountain earlier this month (April, 2011)
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.
Elizabeth Banks has confirmed she has been cast in ‘The Hunger Games’. The 37-year-old actress – who has appeared in ‘The 40-year-old-Virgin’ and the ‘Spiderman’ films – revealed she will star as no-nonsense Effie Trinket in the film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ book trilogy. She hinted she had signed for the part via her twitter account when she wrote one of Effie’s most infamous lines, before finally confirming the role to her followers
Jason Sudeikis is set to present the 2011 MTV Movie Awards. The actor-and-comedian – who is set to star in movie ‘Horrible Bosses’ alongside Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman and Jamie Foxx this year – could be set to inject some serious comedy into the ceremony if his regular performances on ‘Saturday Night Live’ after anything to go by.