Thanks, Edita. I just yesterday got acquainted with kettlebells and have since suffered with the agony of using stomach muscles I never even knew I had. Now I’m faced with this unholy combination of leather, rock-hard abs, and sporty-meets-military styling, and I’m reminded I simply must do it all again tomorrow. Kettlebells, here I come. Click on the image for the full shoot
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Edita Vilkeviciute is decked out in hot pants, shirt dresses, and prairie-inspired ruffled pieces for this beautiful black and white shoot by Patrick Demarchelier. One of the most striking things to take away from this shoot is just how effective and versatile a white shirt can be if it’s got the right level of detail or an interesting twist.
One of the most frustrating experiences I’ve had of purchasing a magazine was the purchase of a particular Conde Nast title that, at the height of Kate Moss mania, featured the then-hypermodel on the cover. And that was it. Insider the magazine’s cover was no pictorial featuring the model. Nor were there any pictures of her. Her named wasn’t even printed. Purchasers of the latest…
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Nudity as a fashion trend is evolving. Declining is the raw and sordid sexuality popularised by the likes of Terry Richardson, in favour of the sensual. Perfect case in point is this shoot of Edita Vilkeviciute. There’s not a single piece of clothing in sight, and yet – despite Edita being completely naked – her modesty remains intact. Artful close-ups of legs, neck, face, and…
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I’d like to say there’s some subjectivity in the matter, but the reality is that no other words spring to mind: Edita Vilkeviciute really is the sex in this shoot and video for Lui Magazine. She turns terry towelling shorts, striped singlets and sateen bomber jackets from things you imagine your Mum wearing in the ’70s into things you wish you were wearing right now.…
How do H&M create campaigns and shoots that make their clothes look ultra-luxurious? Perhaps a behind-the-scenes video will give some insight. Shot by Camilla Akrans and starring Edita Vilkeviciute, this particular shoot from H&M’s summer 2012 magazine takes inspiration from Alabama Whitman, Patricia Arquette’s prostitute character in True Romance. Updated for the now, of course. Expect plenty of cut-away swimwear, crop tops, and blonde wigs.
It’s a strong month for Edita Vilkeviciute, showing up in an uber-sensual bridal shoot with Abbey Lee Kershaw, as well as this pictorial for Numero issue 119. It’s all bare skin, killer heels, lingerie and furs in this set of Tom Munro lensed images.
NSFW Photo gallery included.
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Or, the fashion world’s most popular models if not your personal favourites. Cara Delevingne makes goofing around to Salt-N-Pepa look sexy, Karlie Kloss plays dress-ups, Kate Upton poses like a pin-up and Barbara Palvin – well, she doesn’t need to do much but exist to look cute. And finally, Lindsay Ellingson, Maryna Linchuk, Edita Vilkeviciute, and Gracie Carvalho talk about their favourite body parts (and…
Once again H&M prove that price point in store does not necessarily correlate to quality of production of editorials (you need only look at Edita Vilkeviciute by Camilla Akrans). This time it was photographer Marcus Ohlsson enlisted to shoot a simple yet slick swim editorial for H&M’s summer 2012 magazine, consisting of bold colours, stripes and classic black pieces alike as modelled by Hanna Fridh.
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Step outside the realms of high fashion and you’ll find that most swimwear calendars are loaded with cliches. They’re the same cliches you saw in Sports Illustrated back in the ’80s and ’90, and you’re about to see them again now. But Patrick Demarchelier’s subtle nod to the traditional swimwear calendar is executed knowingly. And with visual beauty, too. Edita Vilkeviciute works the crouching-on-rocks-in-heels pose,…
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