I’ll disclaim from the outset that the title of this post is inaccurate: “best”, when it comes to any form of art, is subjective. There’s no right or wrong on what can be called the best when it comes to fashion shoots, but there’s only so much you can explain in a title so I’ll say it here instead. There are certain editorials that stand…
Eniko Mihalik on Fashionising.com.
Looking like she belongs somewhere between a fetishist dungeon and Liberty Island is Eniko Mihalik, dressed in stars and crowned in black vinyl and spikes. The shot is from the cover of Japanese magazine Huge, shot by Benny Horne.
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From the wigged blonde hair to the reminiscence of 1960s fashion: there’s no mistaking that Eniko Mihalik is a reimagined Belle de Jour. Based on the 1967 film starring Catherine Deneuve, the shoot is faithfully styled by Barbara Baumel and has a cinematic quality to it. Somehow, though, Vincent Peter’s shots are lacking the emotion Eniko usually brings to a shoot.
What do John William Waterhouse and Ellen Von Unwerth have in common? Not much, and the two probably don’t find themselves side by side in a sentence too often. Von Unwerth’s works are often brazenly erotic; Waterhouse’s only subtly so. But looking at Von Unwerth’s latest shoot for Vogue Italia, starring a nymphesque Eniko Mihalik, thoughts are drawn to parallels of Pre-Raphaelite beauties.
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The cover already wowed us, now here’s the rest of Eniko Mihalik’s equally wondrous cover shoot for Harper’s Bazaar Spain. Shot on the rugged coastline of Costa Brava, Spain, Nico’s photographs of Eniko Mihalik peg her as siren and sex symbol in one.
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What more beautiful and clever use of a reflective surface than in this shoot by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton? The styling by Franck Benhamou points to the same creature as does the shoot’s title: Nymphe. At times looking the water nymph in azure blue or sequins, at others Eniko Mihalik is swathed in ruffles or fresh flowers appearing as a mythological sprite of…
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Mango has never proved as popular as its high-street cousins. Sure, they have all the elements in place. There’s the comparable quality and price points, along with the similar ability to have big names front their campaigns; Eniko Mihalik this time last year and Kate Moss for the current season ads. None of that translates into a cool factor equivalent to that possessed by the…
The surfer girl and the biker chic aren’t that far removed from each other. In some minds the former will be marked by bright neoprene and bleached blonde hair while the latter is heavy and black all over. But a girl can easily be both. There’s a tomboy thread, a rough-and-tumble fearlessness, that runs through both personas. In Vogue Germany’s April 2012 issue Eniko Mihalik…
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