As the year comes to a close, we look back at some of the editorial high points – be sure to share your favorites in the comments!
Vivid color, imagination and an ultra cool cast bring to life some of the year’s most unique pieces. Only Marie-Amelie could make good ol’ fashioned bolo ties look so modern & chic.
A serpent twists across the pages as Kate Moss slinks around in couture: M&M’s dreamy red-tinted images create an expressive fashion fantasy.
Ph. Kacper Kasprzyk | Stylist – Katie Shillingford, Robbie Spencer, Karen Langley | Model(s) – Billie Turnbull, Ajak Deng, Alana Zimmer, Alyona Subbotina, Anais Pouliot, Andie Arthur, Aymeline Valade, Camille Rowe, Ehren Dorsey, Emily DiDonato, Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, Joan Smalls, Kate King, Lauren Buys, Liu Wen, Lydia Carron, Lydia Willemina, Marloes Horst, Merilin Perli, Ruby Jean Wilson, Terese Pagh
Dazed specializes in gritty elegance and this story was the perfect representation of the magazine’s oft imitated, yet never duplicated charm.
Tim Walker constantly transports us to surreal worlds that entrance and entice – this time around he turned Kirsi & Audrey into wind up dolls that looked straight out of FAO Schwarz.
Kelly Mittendorf, world’s cutest domniatrix – a concept so audacious it brought a smile to our faces, easily one of the year’s most memorable and adorable.
Meisel doing what he does best, creating a vision of modern glamour where the fashion looks impeccable and the girls are phenomenal. This is the quintessential couture extravaganza.
Ph. Steven Meisel | Magazine – W | Stylist – Edward Enninful | Model(s) – Linda Evangelista, Karen Elson, Daria Strokous, Joan Smalls Guinevere Van Seenus, Natasha Poly, Caroline Trentini, Coco Rocha, Eden Clark, Joan Rivers & MANY more!
In a year where fake ads made the blog rounds (Lana del Ray for Prada anyone) Meisel created his own set of fantastic faux campaigns, including a diverse cast of supermodels, reality tv stars, industry insiders and Joan Rivers!
We get excited every time David Sims takes his graceful aesthetic outdoors and his War Horse inspired story for Vogue is nothing short of impressive: cinematic in scope and beautifully styled.
Spikes and studs and masks, oh my! Sundsbo and Bolliger take on the dark side of men’s fashion in this creepy treat of an edit.
Beauty and the beast retold in sumptuous style for POP, shot in Thailand and easily one of the best location shoots of the year!
WHAT WERE YOUR FAVORITE EDITORIALS OF 2011?