Archive for the ‘Fashion shoot’ Category
One cannot choose to ignore the growing success of Mila Kunis. Girl is goging places and she is touted to become one of the hottest starts. In this Fall Campaign for Dior’s Miss Dior handbang line, Mila is dressed and styled in the 60s and shot by celebrity photographer Mario Sorrenti.
You do not need introduction to these 2 famous hollywood stars. This vintage inspired fashion shoot – titled : An Affair To Remember is truly a fashion shoot to remember!
Read the interview here : http://www.wmagazine.com/celebrities/2012/05/nicole-kidman-clive-owen-HBO-hemingway-and-gellhorn-cover-story
Peggy Moffitt (born in California in 1939) was during the 1960s a premier model and muse for the late fashion designer Rudi Gernreich. She developed a signature style that featured heavy, Kubuki-like makeup and an asymmetrical hair cut.
Though her unique look has now become iconic of the 60s fashion scene, Peggy started out pursuing a career in film, beginning with an uncredited role in the 1955 film You’re Never Too Young.As a model, she developed a signature style, including false eyelashes and heavy eye makeup, drawing on Japanese Kabuki theater. Her hairstyle, a asymmetrical bowl cut, created by Vidal Sassoon, became known as the “five point”.Her unique look became an icon of the 1960s fashion scene. In 1964, she made international headlines when she was photographed by her husband William Claxton wearing Gernreich’s famous topless monokini bathing suit. After Gernreich’s death, she retained legal rights to his designs and arranged for his designs to be displayed in an art exhibition. She also collaborated with Marylou Luther and photographer Claxton to release a comprehensive book chronicling Gernreich’s designs
This is by far, my most favorite post! I love animals and i love photo shoots that involved them! Every animal is photogenic AND they do not require make-up and DI! =D
Source : http://leblogdesovena.com/fashion-with-pets/
Unfortunately animal prints is here to stay.
We hope and pray that the fashion industry will give up killing for fashion – i hope this day would come SOON.
Killing for fashion, is really NOT cool.
Nevertheless, this post is to show why people are still so crazy over animal prints. They look good, but they ain’t worth it. Truly.
I was in Paris for 10 days last week. What a beautiful city. Well done France!
I love the Parisian girls and this is a little tribute to all of them.
ps : These pics are not my pics. They are clipped from all over the internet.
A beautiful 50s / 60s classic Hollywood glamour inspired shoot for this “Stardust” Editorial with Viktoriya Sasonkina shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Andrew Richardson for Vogue Italia September 2008