Iconic Madonna covers the November 2013 issue of US Harper’s Bazaar still looking like her superstar self. Madonna stars on this “blinged out” cover story as photographed by the celebrity photographer Terry Richardson. In this issue, Madonna sports chains, thigh high boots, pvc and vinyls, even fishnet details for a punk-glam look.
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It’s very easy to get caught up in the strange things Terry Richardson does, and the discussion about whether or not they actually constitute fashion (or art of any kind). So let’s not go down that track right now in relation to the video he posted of Miranda Kerr administering a B12 shot direct to his backside. Instead here are the photos of he took…
You could be forgiven for mistaking Pour La Victoire for a pricey European fashion house if this image of Jess Hart is the first you’ve seen from the brand. That’s probably their intention, and while elegance and Terry Richardson are not necessarily two things you’d associate with each other, elegance and Terry Richardson were both more than present for this shoot.
Always finding new ways to enact their trademark wink on their covers, i-D’s pre-fall 2012 issue sees faces obscured by a baseball cap, stuffed toy, and giant slice of pizza. Cara Delevingne, Charlotte Free and Kelly Mittendorf feature on the covers themed around youthfulness, photographed by Terry Richardson. View the other two after the break.
Now this time I really am feeling deja vu, and it’s not imaginary. The Terry Richardson photographed Kate Moss cover for Harper’s Bazaar Australia and the Terry Richardson photographed Kate Moss cover for Harper’s Bazaar Korea have more than a few things in common.
There was the Queen’s Jubilee. Next up is the Olympics. Sure, the latter gave rise to the sports fashion trend but this isn’t a sporty summer, it’s a British one. And with the Olympics fast approaching you’re set to see plenty of sport and plenty of cool Britannia personified.
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The Jewellery feels like an afterthought in this previously unreleased shot from David Webb’s jewellery campaign in which Eniko Mihalik snogs a plastic Terry, whilst he photographs. A tad voyeuristic, though not by Richardson standards.
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While we’re certain that the exploration of fashion through nudity will continue to evolve towards the erotic, there are the elements of the expression that will remain constant and unchanging. Some are the artists behind it, others the style. Terry Richardson personifies both. Despite the fact that his skill range exceeds it, Terry Richardson will always be known for the simple photo of a beautiful…
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More of the same, same gratuitous nudity, 80s fluff hair, and expressionless white walls. But that, of course, is the Terry Richardson stamp. One he’s become famous for, and one that continues to be consumed particularly by the pages of Purple Magazine. In this spread featuring Magdalena Frackowiak and Eniko Mihalik even those who aren’t fans of Richardson’s photography style can probably appreciate the exotic…
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