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Naomi Campbell is a lingerie-clad femme fatale

Naomi Campbell with a shovel or a riding crop (and a tempter) aught to spell trouble. But where there’s Agent Provocateur lingerie involved, it’s trouble of the best kind. Campbell stars as the femme fatale of the brand’s David Lynch-inspired spring 2015 campaign – and with Ellen Von Unwerth behind the lens, it’s a perfect murder, executed with perfect sensuality.
Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur's S/S '15 Campaign
Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur's S/S '15 Campaign
Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur's S/S '15 Campaign
Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur's S/S '15 Campaign
Naomi Campbell for Agent Provocateur's S/S '15 Campaign

A dazzle of dragonflies painting one dreamy collection

With their glass-like wings and colour magic, dragonflies reflect light in powerful ways, their entire appearance seeming to describe a beautiful illusion. When they fly their way into limitless inspiration, the after-effect is bound to gain dazzling proportions, and for Bartek Janusz that inspiration translated to one dreamy collection made of nothing but whimsical silhouettes. Lensed by Antonina Dolani and modeled by Edyta Zajac, the…
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection
Antonina Dolani lenses Bartek Janusz's Dragonfly Collection

Winter wear caught in motion

Perhaps they come closest to define perfection when they’re displayed motionless, with every line faultlessly stretched, and every detail seemingly undisturbed. But no matter how stiff the silhouette, or how thick the fabric, clothes – and accessories alike – are meant to be caught in motion, their perpetual state of flux intended to be inspiring, to speak of a life on the go, to breath…
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh
State of Flux by Jeremy Choh

Gramercy Eight does wearable edge: lookbook you need to see today

When it comes to elegantly understated pieces of jewellery, one can’t never truly have enough of the “wearable edge” so gorgeously laid forth in Gramercy’s Eight Holiday 2014 lookbook. Paying homage to ’90s cult classics like Marla Singer and The Craft, the collection epitomizes the “incredibly strong, yet impossibly delicate” juxtaposition, each design imagined to look extraordinary on its own, while still paving way for…
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection
James Norton shoots Gramercy's Eight Holiday '14 Collection

Models act up for Balmain: cat-fights, video games & fast food

We’ve seen models doing pretty much every glamorous act there is to do, so what next? Put them in your campaign doing something not-so-glamorous. Like chowing down burgers, playing video games amidst a pile of boyish mess, and getting into cat-fight brawls. Lensed by Mario Sorrenti, that’s what the latest Balmain spring 2015 campaign is all about. View more of the campaign – which stars…

Barbara Palvin speaking Hungarian is the most sensual language lesson you’ll ever get

i-D Magazine have been turning out a pretty neat series of videos in which models teach you to speak phrases in their mother tongues. In the latest edition, Hungarian beauty Barbara Palvin makes sensual work of saying the word “goulash” (which, it transpires, is impossibly long and complicated in Hungarian). You won’t become a fluent speaker, but that’s obviously besides the point. Check it out…

A song about pretty green eyes

Less about gentle notes and easy chords, and more about subtle shadows and delicate hues, Weronika Kosinska‘s wonderful song about pretty green eyes is made out of expressive brush strokes instead, those softly highlighting Kaja’s natural beauty before the camera. Where the perfect lips and the charming line of freckles intersect is where Kinga Zawila-Szeliga adds to the impossible beauty with shimmery hints of copper…
La Ritournelle by Weronika Kosinska for Ellements, no. 1/2014
La Ritournelle by Weronika Kosinska for Ellements, no. 1/2014
La Ritournelle by Weronika Kosinska for Ellements, no. 1/2014
La Ritournelle by Weronika Kosinska for Ellements, no. 1/2014
La Ritournelle by Weronika Kosinska for Ellements, no. 1/2014

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