Archives Thursday, July 2nd 2020
Spring hits the pages of Wonderland photographed by Benny Horne and styled by Antony Unwin.
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.
It was the perfect mix of sensuality and ‘haute’ fetishism that should turn any Burton naysayer into a bonafide believer.
Karl Lagerfeld tackled the apocalypse in his latest collection for the venerated house of Chanel. Perhaps it was the Kaiser’s ultimate statement in the power of optimism, or at least the power of beauty over impending doom. In the sun-ridden world of the future, Lagerfeld provides the light.
Giorgio Armani is pleased to announce that Rafael Nadal and Megan Fox will be the global testimonials for Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans for Spring campaign.
Paper Faces by Lou Ros in Tache Gallery, New York.
What started out as a relatively minor remodel of a modest bungalow evolved over the course of construction into a new 2,500 s.f. house, with the existing foundation and footprint as the only original elements.
2011 will be another year of exciting new exhibitions, following the Quadriennale 2010, an immensely successful collaboration of exhibits staged by the city’s major art museums and institutions that reaffirmed Düsseldorf’s reputation as one of Europe’s art centers.
Fashion’s favorite bad-boy, Riccardo Tisci, bequeathed the Givenchy woman with a ferocious growl to complement the large bite his men served for fall 2011.
American Photographic Artists today announces the second contribution of $25,000 to the PLUS Coalition to aid in the completion of the PLUS Registry, a key component of the Picture Licensing Universal System (PLUS). APA’s first $25,000 donation was in October 2009.
Hans Zeuthen photographs Jessica Perez for Euroman Magazine styled by Regitze Bay, hair and makeup by Rikke Dengsø.
Even as women and men around the world celebrate the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day on March 8th, violence against women remains a global epidemic.
Arizona Muse for Yves Saint Laurent Spring 2011 campaign photographed by Inez & Vinoodh.
The makeup is soft and simple, with just a hint of color on the cheeks, complimenting effortless, side swept hair. The illusion of a cropped coif strengthened the impression of the masculine, transforming each girl into a sleek and cool modern woman.