Mario Testino is one of the most sought after photographers in fashion, so it’s no wonder that the Museum of Fine Arts Boston have decided to host two separate exhibits for him, displaying all of his iconic photos and body of work. The first exhibit, Mario Testino: In Your Face consists of a collection of fashion photography (from Gisele Bundchen to Karlie Kloss) and celebrity…
Remember Gisele’s video campaign for David Yurman featuring all your favourite horses-on-the-beach cliches? Well the photographic campaign has the same properties of being conceptually nothing new, and yet beautiful all the same. Peter Lindbergh has a way of capturing beauty that’s best without the sparkle, so his black and white images of Gisele – styled by Carine Roitfield – are just right for what the…
The horses, beaches and beautiful women cliche gets reused for a reason; it’s a successful formula. Shot in black and white and set to the slow-paced Czars cover of Tim Buckley’s Song To The Siren, David Yurman’s latest jewellery campaign for fall 2012 also adds the star power of Gisele Bündchen.
Michael Kors’ white and gold metallic-strapped swimsuit (which is currently a tempting 50% off at Net-a-porter) was one of the most memorable of the season. It’s unsurprisingly been an editorial favourite. Gisele pulls it off with Goddess-like stature on the July 2012 cover of Vogue Korea, photographed by Inez & Vinoodh.
How often do you stop and wonder, “what do I want to smell like today?” Do you want to smell like the ocean or freshly cut grass? Floral or fruity? Different occasions call for different ways of awakening the senses. From flaneuring like a tourist in your own city to heading out on a date on a balmy night, we look at the best scents for the scenarios of summer.
Summer vacations are ahead leaving most everyone with a desire to head to a secluded coastal spot somewhere exotic. The desire for the perfect beach body naturally goes hand in hand. Vogue Paris capture both dreams for their two-month summer issue, setting a sun-kissed Gisele Bundchen under a near perfect sky.
When you have cool factor in bucket loads and street cred to match, you don't exactly need the biggest names in the business walking your runway in order to generate buzz. But for Alexander Wang, landing everyone from Carmen Kass to Gisele in his New York fashion week show seemed like such an effortless feat of casting that it did indeed go some way to not only confirming but furthering that street cred yet again.
The name Versace carries certain expectations. Svelte figures and ultra-high heels, the kind you might not like to teeter on the edge of a swimming pool in; strategic displays of skin be it a thigh high slit or a plunging neckline, potentially even a high voltage combination of both; prints and textures that demand attention just as the hemlines do. In a haze of blue…
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