Natalia Vodianova show’s us why she’s one of the most sought after models in this shoot from Vogue Russia.
Auf Wiedersehen Frau Klum. :*(
((runs back in hysterically crying and shouting)) THIS IS THE RUNWAY WHERE YOU BELONG! WHO WANTS TO BE ON A PROJECT RUNWAY!? AINT THAT THE HOOD?? ((more hysterical crying))
The beaaauuuuutiful Puerto Rican model Joan Smalls. I’ve fallen for her big time.
Sadly though, I have a feeling that she will very likely usurp some of our favorite ethnic faces with darker skin complexions (like Sessilee and Arlenis Sosa), as we all know the fashion elite love to be conniving and condescending when it comes to ethnicity.
PS in some shots, she has some uncanny similarities to Beyonce.
Karlie Kloss in Vogue Korea, 2009.
Well hell yes Vogue India. #ICON indeed. #BEAUTYMARK
Naomi Campbell for Blackglama. Old photo, but the feeling never fades. :)
Sasha Pivovarova by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue.
Today on the web, I’m noticing a much more advanced and clever approach to selling clothes beyond a traditional fashion magazine. Labels and Retail Outlets have consulted the best of the best in art, music, photography and cinema to create standalone works that are on one hand a museum-quality piece and an advertising campaign on the other.
This short video for art, film and fashion enthusiasts was made to attract attention to Net-A-Porter and they’ve certainly got mine. Called Chronology, the film was directed by Luca Guadagnino for Nowness.com and features supermodel, Mariacarla Boscono.
Coco Rocha actually tumbls herself over at oh-so-coco.tumblr.com and she is one very intriguing model.
Photo from an Elle Italia editorial called Crazy Coco. They also did ‘Energy Coco’ so I have to wonder if they did one called ‘Hot Coco’… Okay, that was corny but I had to go for it. Sue me.
Agyness Deyn by Hedi Slimane.
Friends count on friends.