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Don’t Miss : The Kate Moss Portfolio

May 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Kate by Glen Luchford in 1993


Kate Moss is an undeniable fashion icon, but back in the early 90s she was just a fresh face just getting her start in the business. Danziger Projects pays tribute to those early days with a special exhibition, The Kate Moss portfolio, featuring “eleven 30 x 24 inch prints by eleven of the world’s leading photographers all of who have played a key role in picturing Ms. Moss.” Among the featured photogs are Mario Sorrenti, Glen Luchford, Juergen Teller, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Chuck Close and Bruce Weber.


Head over to Kiehl’s locations nationwide this week, to take part in their Erase Lines, Fill Needs, and Ensure That No Kid Goes Hungry in America. A unique partnership with Share our Strength, a non-profit that aims to stamp out childhood hunger by providing kids in need with nutritious food. On the 14th Kiehls will be donating 1.50 per customer to the organization and you can donate right at register as well. In select stores you can even purchase treats from a bake sale hosted by Ambassadors of Share Our Strength to further raise funds. Added bonus, In all freestanding stores, receive a complimentary 10.5 day supply of Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate and participate in raffles for over $150 worth of Kiehls goodies.


Fans of fashion on film ought to check out the Museum of the Moving Image’s series on the work of directorTerrence Mallick. Running from May 13th to the 15th it covers classics like Days of Heaven – aka the source material for every other fashion editorial set in the early 20th century.

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Black Magic

May 12th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sui He captures the grace and power of influential Japanese dancer Kazuo Ohno, in V Magazine‘s Asia Issue. Shot by Glen Luchford and styled by Beat Bolliger, the stark story features minimalist runway looks and dramatic hair and makeup by Lucia Pieroni and Eugene Souleiman. Each element of the story calls to mind Ohno’s legendary stage presence presence and Sui He’s skillful posing, even calls to mind Butoh performance in some shots.

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Sailor Moon

March 15th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Glen Luchford creates a moody black and white world for Clement Chabernaud to inhabit in the new Vogue Hommes International. As a handsome sailor on shore leave, Clement looks right at home in the gritty story that borrows from the cult classic Querelle; equal parts rakish and dashing in looks from Junya Watanabe, CdG and Bottega, Clement is a true charmer.

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Pretty In Pink

February 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Carola Remer debuts in Harper’s Bazaar with a slick editorial shot by Glen Luchford, styled by Marie Chaix. With freshly her dyed pink hair by Shay Ashual adding a touch of punk to the crisp designs from Calvin Klein and Balenciaga, Carola shines in every shot.

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Minimalist Mood

January 27th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Some of Spring’s most compelling campaigns take a less is more approach, with a focus on the combination of great models and impeccably constructed clothes. When you’ve got Jana Kaye, Melissa Tammerijn, Julia Nobis or Erin Wasson striking regal poses in deceptively simple dresses, you really don’t need much more. The Jil Sander ads takes the trend one step further, all but erasing Daria Strokous‘ beautiful face in some of the spring shots. Willy Vanderperre is certainly on a roll this season!

Jana Knauerova by Glen Luchford for Costume National

Erin Wasson by Willy Vanderperre for Elie Saab

Daria Strokous and Yannick Abrath by Willy Vanderperre for Jil Sander | Styled by Olivier Rizzo

Melissa Tammerijn and Julia Nobis for Proenza Schouler by Willy Vanderperre

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For All Ages

November 18th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

With the average age of newbie models falling somewhere in the teens and a dearth of barely legal bloggers, stylists and editors, fashion can be a little youth obsessed. How often do you open up the pages of your favorite glossy and see a mature face staring back at you? Definitely not often enough.

On Friday V‘s ‘Who Cares About Age’ Issue hits newsstands and it offers up a refreshing mix of notable beauties old enough to have a little life experience under their Prada belts. From modeling legends like Carmen dell’Orefice and China Machado, to heavy hitters like photographer Martine Malle and Visionaire’s Cecilia Dean, all photographed looking edgy, sexy and glamorous – just like we’d expect from V. Take a look at this exclusive preview of images from the issue and tell us why you think we don’t see enough images of older women and men in magazines. (Check out VMagazine, out now)

Carol Alt by Cedric Buchet

China Machado by Glen Luchford

Martine Malle by Cedric Buchet

Talisa Soto by Glen Luchford

Pat Cleveland
by Cedric Buchet

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Quick Change Artist

July 20th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Mariacarla Boscono, shows her versatility in two dynamic new editorials. First a classic red, black and white Vogue Italia story by Glen Luchford, that gives the always expressive model a chance to show off her posing skills. With a simple look Mariacarla is able to convey power and elegance within her pictures. Next Paolo Roversi , creates an eerie dreamworld for W, featuring Clement Chabernaud and Mariacarla in head to toe Gucci as they explore the dark side of the city together.

Which story do you prefer?

Mariacarla by Glen Luchford

Mariacarla by Paolo Roversi

Image Credits | Scans by sobigsobig @ tFS / W

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Sex Sells

July 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

V heats things up with its Sexy Bodies issue; photographers Glen Luchford and Mark Abrahams shoot five of fashion’s most beautiful girls for a steamy black and white set of images. Missy Rayder, Julia Stegner, Crystal Renn, Edita Vilkeviciute and Guinevere Van Seenus dare to bare their bodies in thigh high boots, lingerie and even a little latex.

Image Credit | Fashionising

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