Archive for December, 2008

Blaine Brings It!

December 16th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

We love how Calvin Klein campaign face, Blaine Cook continues to challenge his editorial game. Hardworking and professional to boot, it’s clear that Blaine’s a long distance runner.

See his behind the scenes video of GQ Taiwan.

Ph: Chiun Kai Shih for GQ Taiwan, December 2008

Ph: Josh Jordan for Flaunt Magazine, December 2008

Ph: Josh Jordan for Flaunt Magazine, December 2008. Images courtesy of Major Model Management

Behind the scenes of the GQ Taiwan shot with photographer Chiun Kai Shih.

Blaine with his Calvin campaign, behind scenes pics courtesy of Chiun Kai Shih

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December 16th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

It wouldn’t be a full fledged supermodel renaissance without Christy Turlington. With her perfect features and yoga honed body Christy represents the unmatched standard in beauty. Mario Sorrenti captures Christy’s eternal allure for W. After all these years she still radiates high gloss perfection.

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Bits and Bytes: Lee for Stiletto

December 16th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

Michael Thompson gets interviewed: Jed Root

Supreme is so supreme, the shows begin NOW! The Imagist

War photographer Ben Lowy, who shot the recent NY Magazine’s The Look, gets interviewed.

Katie Grand’s Love Magazine!

We love Duckie Brown! Nominated for Brit Insurance Design Award in the fashion category (in the company of Prada and Viktor & Rolf)… Congrats!!

We’ve loved Lee ever since her video interview for MDC back in May. Here are some recent pics of the graceful Korean beauty.

Ph for Stiletto Magazine. Pics courtesy of DCM Korea. Lee also with Major Model Management New York.

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Dream Team

December 15th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

What do you get when you take the most iconic of all supermodels, a legend in the making Russian beauty and two of the most visionary photographers in the world? You get one dazzling campaign – Kate Moss and Sasha Pivovarova join forces for Longchamp S/S 09. Shot by Mert and Marcus the elegant campaign encompasses classicism and luxury.

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Bits and Bytes: Iris Interviewed!

December 12th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

Hedi Slimane, Nicola Formichetti and Dazed & Confused speak to the young cool teens of today!
Nicola Formichetti

The new IT (and oh so gorgeous) couple, Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic: Fashionologie

Jerry Hall lands Chanel with young male model Baptiste Giabiconi as her lover: The Cut

Lovely Lara Stone all over Vogue Paris: Fashionologie

And last but not least, the fashion/photography blog, Pony-ryder, scores an interview with the lovely Iris Strubegger! Check it out! (for OTM’s video interview with Iris for top 10 newcomer, click here). Get ready for a lot more Iris in 2009!

Ph: Patrick Demarchelier for British Vogue January 2009

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Intimately Isabeli

December 12th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Model mom Isabeli Fontana lets readers into her private world in the new Vogue Germany. Vincent Peters captures the Brazilian beauty at home with family and friends for a uniquely personal portrait of a true supermodel. In true Fontana form Isabeli still finds time to bring the sex appeal even during downtime.

Isabeli Fontana by Vincent Peters for Vogue Germany

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10 Heads by Daniel Peddle

December 11th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

As the 2009 campaigns and editorials come flying in, it’s always a treat to see which of the top new faces of the S/S09 show season converted their show buzz into the coveted printwork. Casting director Daniel Peddle made these predictions back in August for the current issue of 10 magazine. Look for your favorite brand new face!

10 heads for 10 Magazine. Polaroids by Daniel Peddle

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Cinema Verite

December 11th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion and film are intrinsically linked and no one knows this better than the dream team of Peter Lindbergh and Malgosia Bela. In addition to being an iconic photographer Lindbergh is also an accomplished director and when Malgosia isn’t appearing in edits and campaigns she can be found acting. Who better to bring a uniquely cinematic vision to Vogue Italia than these two multi-hyphenates?

Many editorials dazzle us with enticing imagery but few give viewers a fully realized story. For VI, Lindbergh draws inspiration from the saturated cinematography and gritty realism of 70s film to create a slice of life tale of a mother and son. Think of it as a pret a porter retelling of ‘Alice Doesn’t Live Here Any More’ – we’re sure Scorsese would approve.

Malgosia Bela by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia | Scans by Diciassette at tFS

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