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The embodiment of masculine femininity

It takes a strong, confident woman for whom femininity is not a purpose but more of a habitude, to be able to fully submerge in a masculine movement and come out as the embodiment of pure sophistication. Brain, soul, manners, perhaps a classic set of features and the right attitude prove that femininity doesn’t really hide in the shortest of dresses. Dipped in high contrast…
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico
Feminidad Masculina by Frankie Batista for Marie Claire Mexico

All black mystery: in Paris

Turns out there are multiple ways to create a mysterious look out of an all black outfit – and I snapped several of them in the same place a few minutes apart. The first was edgy layers, the second urban Zorro, the third consisted not of any sheer blouses or Gaucho hats, but of a beautiful face shrouded in a black scarf.

Urban Zorro: off duty in Paris

Someone once left me a comment on a photo of this outfit that simply said: Flyest. Zorro. Ever. It stuck with me because, it’s face it, that’s a pretty cool compliment. That’s the power of a black sombrero cordobés; a wide-brimmed, Spanish style hat. The one worn by this model has the creased crown of a fedora and a chain band that makes it feel…

Wet, black and edgy: in Paris

An all-black outfit benefits from a mix of textures: sheer layered under opaque in layers of varying lengths, in this case. This off-duty model’s edgy wet look hairstyle added extra attitude. She was photographed during Paris couture week.

9 of the best sporty bombers for spring

There’s nothing quite so satisfying as indulging in a little sporty fashion as the spring / summer 2014 fashion trends really roll around. Comfortable, chic, cool and light, the sporty bomber is one element of the trend that will easily become every cool girl’s wardrobe staple. Options abound in everything from delicate sheer organza to micro-mesh, embroidery to bold prints. Here are 9 top picks…

The majestic Queen of the Underworld

A photographic metaphor put in motion in a space that appears to be indulged in a perpetual night, Kate Andrews’s editorial fuses the regal undertone with the unearthly feel of the underworld, as we came to recognize it. Concise and uncomplicated, the photo shoot still manages to open the gates of imagination, depicting a beautiful creature that could be a queen or a goddess alike,…
Underworld Queen by Kate Andrews
Underworld Queen by Kate Andrews
Underworld Queen by Kate Andrews
Underworld Queen by Kate Andrews
Underworld Queen by Kate Andrews

A tribute to pure, unadulterated glamour

In a visual encomium to pure glamour, you need more than a little polish and just a little less than too much perfection. By that I mean your model – ideally proportioned, desirably sultry, dripping in just enough diamonds – should still feel like a woman and not a doll. Roxana is woman. Antonio Barrella’s black and white shoot for Bambi Magazine nets in luxury’s…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

Take a walk on the wild side

A woman in lingerie is a vision in her own right, sexy at times, particularly sweet at others, never ceasing to walk the provocative line. All it takes to build up the fantasy is a smoking body, a cheeky attitude and the power to increase tension. Pretty much everything that blonde beauty Dana Deliever brings to the table in the haute editorial photographed by Kurt Van…
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde
Haute Tension by Kurt Van De Velde

Manstyling in Paris: Esther Quek

With her unfailing ability to rock a man-style look, Esther Quek is well justified as a street style darling. Though sticking to a monocrhomatic palette, she made this black suit stand out by use of clashing stripes and checks, along with the finishing touch of a white flower lapel pin.

Masculine lines meet the gray concrete

Nothing about the urban landscape gets to ever be considered dull, not on the gloomiest of days, not even when its colors start to slowly fade away. Photographed by Jesse Koska, the gray concrete morphs into an abstract cove, concealing, uplifting, with a story hidden behind every single cranny. Something as precise as the masculine lines describing the beautiful selection of coats styled by Sheena Winiarski,…
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska
Concrete by Jesse Koska

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