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Deja Vu : Food for Thought

April 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge‘s latest over the top story for New York Times Magazine celebrates the season’s candy colored dresses & bold fruit prints, with a festive food meets fashion series of images. The idea is simple – take the plum prints on a Dolce & Gabbana dress and serve them with a side of fruit salad for good measure – but the magic is all in the execution. Robbie Spencer‘s styling on this story is nothing short of amazing – though we do wonder if he was the one picking up the cart at Whole Foods in addition to selecting the stellar designer looks. Hanne Gaby Odiele and Julia Nobis bring the concept to life with animated posing and the occasional taste of sweetness.

The story got us thinking about all the other time’s we’ve seen fashion and food collide. Though we prefer our meals on a plate something has to be said for the unexpected art that comes about when you re-imagine what every day items can do. Have a trip down memory lane and see some of our  favorite food meets fashion combos.

There is a Dolce & Gabbana dress hiding beneath all that produce.

Even if you didn’t notice the lobsters, this would be an epic shot.

Viktor & Rolf‘s decadent designs get coated in candy – very fitting!

Artist Sung Yeon Ju‘s Wearable Foods series (2009-2010) featured clothing crafted out of materials like banana peels and slices of eggplant.

2010 Kirsi Pyrhonen wore lettuce as a fashion statement in images by Magnus Unnar for the Barneys holiday catalog.

Who can forget that meat dresses Lady Gaga wore on the red carpet & the cover of Vogue Hommes Japan in 2010 – also designed by Sung Yeon Ju!

Cintia Dicker delights in a dress full of M&Ms in Ryan Yoon‘s shoot for Virgine Magazine – 2010

And now for something you can actually put in your mouth. How about some Chanel & Christian Louboutin cupcakes? Prop stylist Lisa Edsalv and photographer Therese Aldgard collaborated on these and we’re petitioning Aaron de MeyKarl Lagerfeld to get them in stores.

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Shoe Fetish

September 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Antidote Magazine‘s third issue is devoted entirely to sky high heels and the women who love them. The publication’s six covers capture the sexiness and perilous nature of high heels with glam images shot by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by editor in chief Yann WeberFeaturing several of the most in demand blondes wearing little more than panties and pumps, the covers starring Constance JablonskiAnne Vyalitsyna, Ashley Smith, Magdalena FrackowiakSigrid Agren and a crutch-wielding Hanne Gaby Odiele look phenomenal.

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Salute!

October 27th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Nippon taps into key seasonal trends with a little help from Hanne Gaby Odiele; the lithe beauty appears in Matt Irwin‘s energetic and bright story about sophisticated dressing. Stylist Aurora Sansone chooses sleek separates that highlight Hanne’s best points and represent the current love for all things military, layered and fur encrusted.


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Bright Stars

October 19th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Makeup artist Diane Kendal and manicurist Yuna Park join forces to create a brightly colored beauty story for Vogue Italia. Shot by Craig McDean and styled by Edward Enninful, the off kilter images have an all star cast of cool faces and a youthful feel that keeps things interesting. Patricia van der VlietHanne Gaby Odiele, Hannah Holman, Valerija Kelava, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Hailey Clauson and Gwen Loos all sport vivid lips and nails that seem tailored to their personalities and McDean’s expressive images.

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Blondes on Blondes

September 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

POP magazine has a thing for blondes; from Britney Spears on the cover, to the their portfolio of handpicked golden haired ladies, this issue might as well be dedicated to solely to all things blonde. Speaking of that Angus Munro cast portfolio, Jamie Morgan shoots just about every blonde – bleached and otherwise, in this special editorial. Who do you think has the best shot in the story and which blonde beauties should have been a part of this editorial.


Sigrid Agren

Jana Kaye, Constance Jablonski & Hanne B

Ymre Stiekema & Carmen Kass

Candice Swanepoel

Brooklyn Decker & Diana Farkhullina

Hanne Gaby Odiele, Erin Axtell & Tori Praever

Marloes Horst

Ylonka Verheul & Antonella Graef

Kirsty Hume, Doutzen Kroes & Lily Donaldson

Patricia van der Vliet

Shirley Mallman & Kirby Kenny

Vlada Roslyakova, Maryna Linchuk & Abbey Lee Kershaw

Hana Soukupova

Naomi Preizler, Jenny Sinkaberg & Valentina Zeliaeva

Kirsten Owen

Image Credit | Scanned by Fearless123 @ tFS

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Northern Exposure

August 30th, 2010 |Posted by contributor

Sweden, the land of clear eyed beauties and annoyingly complicated to build furniture has a new visual treat on its shelves. Intermission Magazine just launched its second issue and it is hapnadsvackande (quite amazing). Featured are tantalizing interviews with Vogue Paris art director, Johan Svensson; designer Isabel Marant, Victoire de Castellane, Acne’s Jonny Johannsson and of course the requisite exquisite editorials with girl of the moment Tatiana Cotliar, Mark Cox, Christian Brylle, Hanne Gaby Odiele and many more. Check out both new covers here and no need to take out your Swedish dictionaries; the Intermission team has kindly put all the interviews in English at the back of the issue! (Story by Michael N)

Pick Intemission up at Colette and Opening Ceremony.

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K.I.S.S.

August 26th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

While there’s much hype about the September issues for behemoths like American Vogue, there’s also a wave of indie magazines rolling off the presses proving that print is most certainly not dead. Check out Luke Worrall on Supplementaire,Vanessa Traina/Hanne Gaby Odiele for Intermission and Yuri Pleskun for The Vision. The striking simplicity of these are a refreshing contrast to the covers most prevalent now on the stands. We love ‘em all!


Luke by Dimitris Theocharis


Hanne and Vanessa byJohn Scarisbrick


Yuri by Dennis Stenild

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Sugar & Spice

July 30th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Has Steven Meisel gone soft on us? The master photographer is showing his sugary side with in the new campaigns for Juicy Couture and Mulberry. The overdose of bright colors, youthful energy and over the top girlishness may have some missing Meisel’s darker moments, but the carefree shots of Hanne, Abbey, Eliza and Daria are perfectly atuned to the lighthearted feel of both brands.


Eliza Cummings
, Hanne Gaby Odiele and Daria Strokous for Juicy Couture

Hanne Gaby Odiele and Abbey Lee Kershaw for Mulberry

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