Marc’s Army

January 9th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comments (8)

Marc Jacobs and David Sims‘ collaboration continues with an striking fall campaign that echoes the collection’s message of uniformity. Sporting shaggy black wigs and insouciant attitudes the all-star lineup of Adriana Lima, Natasha Poly, Joan Smalls, Jessica Stam, Adriana Lima, Issa Lish, Kendall Jenner, Anja Rubik, Anna Ewers and Karlie Kloss make for the ultimate girl gang. Styled to perfection by Katie Grand (Camilla Lowther Management) the girls come together for one of the season’s best ads.


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Clean Slate

January 8th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comment (1)

If anyone can bring out the elegance in an editorial it is Patrick Demarchelier and in the latest British Vogue he creates a masterful story with stylist, Lucinda Chambers (Art Partner). Utilizing a restrained color palette of white, tan and cream and a cast of models of all ages Demarchelier (Anne Catherine LacroixKarolin WolterKat HessenKim PeersKirsten Owen & Vivien Solari) creates a minimalist story with a refined mood. With their stark ensembles and bleached colors some of the shots seem contemporary, while others channel classical art with models providing stately poses fit for Vermeer.


See the full story in the fashion database

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Chanel’s Belle

January 8th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comments (4)

To say Karl Lagerfeld is fond of Gisele Bundchen is something of an understatement. Over the past year the supermodel has become the face of everything Chanel from beauty products, to the classic No. 5. Given this mutual affection and Bundchen’s role in the brand’s now iconic “protest march” fashion show, it seems fitting to see Gisele as the face of the line’s spring campaign. Shot by Karl as always the ads depict a barefoot and beautiful Bundchen on freewheeling through the streets of Paris. Armed with a folded newspaper, crochet bindle and layers of Chanel (naturally) Gisele cuts a fine figure.

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Vuitton 2.0

January 7th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comment (1)

No other designer could pull together Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber and Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management) for one campaign, but Nicolas Ghesquière does it for the second season in a row with the Series 2 campaign for Louis Vuitton. Ghesquière’s streetwise spring collection built on the ideas he laid out in his first collection for the brand and the triple-header campaign does the same for Vuitton’s visual identity. With longtime muse (and former model) Jennifer Connelly leading the pack, Ghesquière focuses on women whose innate cool meshes well with the laid back look he’s been building at Vuitton. Models Marte Mei van Haaster, Rianne van Rompaey, Daphne Simons, Jean Campbell and Freja Beha Erichsen serve as stars and bring with them a sense of youthful chic. With locations ranging from an art-filled Parisian townhouse to the top of an unfinished Manhattan skyscraper the eclectic images from Weber, Liebovitz and Weber make for a flawless campaign.

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Marte Mei van Haaster by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Marte Mei van Haaster & Daphne Simons by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Rianne van Rompaey by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Jennifer Connolly by Bruce Weber

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Well Dunn

January 6th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comments (4)

Jourdan Dunn.
Patrick Demarchelier.
British Vogue.

As the first black model to gain a solo cover of Brit Vogue since Naomi Campbell nearly 12 years ago, Jourdan makes history yet again. Breaking barriers has become a Dunn trademark and it isn’t a role Jourdan takes lightly; racism, body image and succeeding as a single parent are among the topics touched on in the revealing interview and Jourdan tackles the questions like a pro.

“It’s hard being a model regardless, and then being a black model. I have heard, ‘Oh, we haven’t shown any black models this season.’ So blasé… It’s messed up,” she says. “I get uncomfortable when I read comments saying, ‘I wanna look like you, I wish I had your body.’ When I was growing up I didn’t love myself, or like what I saw in the mirror. Curves are celebrated in Caribbean culture, so I felt the odd one out. So my message is: be happy and love yourself.”

Take a look back at Jourdan’s greatest moments for British Vogue and preview her February cover story on Vogue.co.uk

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Chloe’s Time Capsule

January 6th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comment (1)

Though the Chloe brand was founded in 1952 the early seventies have always held a special place in the label’s history. The relaxed silhouettes and romantic take on femininity are completely in line with the classic Chloe look created by Gaby Aghion. Current creative director, Clare Waight Keller sought to bring that feel to the label’s latest campaign, enlisting Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin to shoot Eniko Mihalik and Caroline Trentini in breezy spring looks on a sandy beach to create a perfectly dreamy campaign that takes viewers back to the days when Donna Summer played on the radio. “This season I was searching for a truly iconic 70’s beauty. Both Caroline and Eniko have that look, so indicative of the 70’s era; the unkempt hair, fresh natural radiance, soft freckles and sun-blushed skin that reminds me so much of the women of that period,” says Clare Waight Keller, Chloé Creative Director.

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Prada Principles

January 5th, 2015 Posted by Janelle comments (4)

From the moment Gemma Ward stepped out onto Prada‘s S/S15 runway it seemed certain that she would front the corresponding spring campaign for the Milanese megabrand. Miuccia Prada never does things by halves, so when it came time for campaign season fashion followers eagerly awaited the final product and the streamlined ads by Steven Meisel, styled by Olivier Rizzo, do not disappoint. Gemma is front and center in a stark black and white shot, contrasted with a colorful image of the season’s must have accessories. Ine Neefs features in the campaign’s equally beautiful second shot sporting a sleek dress with contrast stitching and a perfectly coordinated bowler bag. Rounding out the cast of elegant blondes is Julia Nobis, a Prada fixture and perennial Meisel favorite who lends an air of austerity to her portraits.

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Bright Lights, Big City

January 1st, 2015 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

The year starts off with a bang and an understated new cover for Vogue Italia. It-Brit Hollie May Saker adds a touch of elegance to .
Steven Meisel‘s simple portrait which captures her at her most compelling. The corresponding film by Gordon von Steiner captures the energy and beauty of a newcomers entry to New York, complete with street scenes in dramatic black & white.

View more from the issue & Gordon von Steiner’s video on Vogue.it

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