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Happy Go Lucky

June 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Espana‘s latest combines Malgosia Bela‘s effortless charm and a perfect red lip courtesy of Lloyd Simmonds in a series of lighthearted portraits by Greg Kadel. The clothing selected by stylist, Belen Antolin may be a glamorous mixture of high fashion labels like Vuitton and Balenciaga, but the story doesn’t take itself seriously.

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Double Vision

March 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Malgosia Bela never fails to make an image memorable and with two stunning covers out this month, the veteran model is at the top of her game. Cuneyt Akeroglu shoots Malgosia for a gorgeous bohemian themed Vogue Turkey and on Numero, Ms. Bela shares face time with a live cheetah who nearly steals the show!

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Alt. Viewpoints

March 23rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

After months of waiting Emmanuelle Alt‘s first issue as editor in chief of Vogue Paris is finally on newsstands. With a focus on simple fashion and showcasing the beauty of the clothes, the content seems destined to be a far cry from the audacious stories pioneered by Carine Roitfeld. Take a glimpse at this preview of editorials from the new edition and tell us what you think about Alt’s new vision for Vogue.

See Vogue Paris’ Preview of their April issue at Vogue.fr

Sasha Pivovarova by Hans Feurer

Isabeli Fontana by David Sims

Malgosia Bela by Josh Olins

Gisele Bundchen by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Snejana Onopka by Katja Rahlwes

Image Credits | Scans by Diorette & GiseleFans at tFS

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Campaign Trail

January 3rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Who doesn’t love a good campaign? Spring ads keep coming in and this season’s take on brand imagery is looking quite nice. Tom Ford offers up a 70s inspired treat featuring Abbey Lee Kershaw wearing his signature oversized shades and pieces from his heavily hyped collection. Meanwhile, Roberto Cavalli gives us Laetitia Casta and Malgosia Bela looking stunning in scales and fringe; the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott images are light and girly. Vera Wang’s vision for spring includes the radiant Shu Pei, whose unique beauty and poise in front of the camera work perfectly with Wang’s romantic aesthetic.



Abbey Lee Kershaw
for Tom Ford



Laetitia Casta
and Malgosia Bela for Roberto Cavalli

Shu Pei for Vera Wang

Image Credits | Courtesy of Tom Ford & Vera Wang | Cavalli scan by Flashbang @ tFS

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Seasonal Reboots

December 21st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Two of fashion’s biggest brands refresh their images with crisp new ad campaigns that offer up fresh takes on their aesthetics. Steven Meisel shoots Gisele Bundchen for Balenciaga and strips the supermodel of her patented sex appeal for a sporty and boyish campaign that captures the pared down look of the collection itself. Yuri Pleskun joins La Bundchen on the romp, sporting layers of face paint by Pat McGrath

Beige is the signature color of Hannah MacGibbon’s Chloe, so it makes sense that David Sims‘ campaign is almost entirely ecru. Malgosia Bela and Iselin Steiro look casually chic in the line’s classic silhouettes and clean lines.

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Bits & Bytes: Obsessed…

July 7th, 2010 |Posted by Betty


Obsessed with Visionaire‘s tribute to Alexander McQueen. The case is wrapped in a McQueen metalized brocade from his S/S 2010 show. Get your limited edition now.


Obsessed with Malgosia Bela in Givenchy Haute Couture, pure fantasy. Love this girl, love this look. Check out all 10 exquisite pieces on Style.com

Fashion/photography news:

See Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin actually at their FOAM exhibit.

Dazed & Confused interviews Andrew Richardson about his verrry controversial Richardson Magazine.

The mysterious and iconic Yohji Yamamoto will have his first biography out this fall.

On July 29th, The FBC interviews one of our favorites, superstar stylist Edward Enninful in London.

Modeling News:

Modeling trends… the older model is back…. more models of color is the wave of the future for men. (via VGL)

We met Ashton Kutcher back in the day and knew he was going to go on to big things. Meet Ford’s new kid who has the same chutzpah and ambition as Kutcher.

Julian Schratter, currently in the Seven for All Mankind campaign, is another dynamic and interesting young man. Check out his blog for up close and personal shots of the recent men’s shows.

Madonna‘s “son” in the new Dolce & Gabbana campaign,Max Schneider talks to SWIDE.com, their online magazine about shooting with Madonna.

David “Eye Candy” Gandy, is Vogue UK’s new blogger. You know when the big women’s magazines start paying attention to you, is when you have it made.

Miscellaneous:

YSL names Lloyd Simmonds their new international makeup artist. Congrats Lloyd!

Who else drops too much money on Gilt Groupe, besides me? Check out the unglamorous yet still fascinating behind the scenes at their warehouse. (via Fashionista)

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Statuesque

June 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Cedric Buchet takes the models as statues idea one step further, pitting Malgosia Bela against a wealth of classical sculpture for Vogue Nippon. The editorial combines everything we love; good photography, a top notch model and some incredible styling courtesy of George Cortina, the dramatic feel of the editorial is only heightened by the use of elegant gowns from Valentino and Givenchy. However, the stand out of the story has to be the acid yellow goddess gown from Pucci, a striking piece made even more interesting by Malgosia’s captivating pose.

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Malgosia Bela for Vogue Nippon | Scan by MAGStyle @ tFS

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Le Rouge et Le Noir

May 7th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Rare is the brand that people get excited about in terms of fashion, imagery AND casting. Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci is one of those and for F/W 10, WWD gives us a preview of the campaign with one exciting and unexpected face. Lea T, a Brazilian transsexual who is his former assistant and fit model joins longtime Tisci favorites Mariacarla Boscono and Simon Nessman. Returning face Jonathan Marquez appears as well, with a pink haired Malgosia Bela and Catherine McNeil adding supermodel vavoom. Fresh faces Joan Smalls, Ming Xi , Paolo Roldan and Willy Cartier appear in their first major campaign which was styled by Carine Roitfeld and shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. (Click here to read more about Riccardo’s thoughts on the campaign)

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Simon, Catherine, Mariacarla, Ming Xi, Malgosia, Jonathan

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Simon, Willy, Jonathan, Lea, Paolo

Images courtesy of Ford and Success

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