Gordon von Steiner’s raw exploration of the narcissistic theme, as taken on by 25 Magazine for their third issue, is haunting, definitely on the provocative side, and a touch surreal. With the incredibly gorgeous Edita Vilkeviciute effortlessly portraying the narcissistic beauty lost in her own sensual fantasy, things are bound to get hot and electrifying. Add to that a parade of latex suits, nude bodies…
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Naked but natural, Edita Vilkeviciute‘s cover for Lui is without the over sexiness of her ultra erotic video for the same publication. With just a pair of bikini bottoms and heels, Edita shows off her enviable body. View the full version after the break.
Supermodel Edita Vilkeviciute is clad in Balmain on the cover of the October issue of Vogue Paris. Edita is looking gorgeous and sexy with a super plunging neckline and a glamorously styled side parted hair. The famous Mario Testino captured this beautiful cover photo of Edita for the magazine.
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If fashion is all about desirability, then there’s a side of it that lolls around on the sandy shores, not only getting to experience the perfection of a secluded, clear blue beach but also the perfection of raw beauty. If Elle France’s goal was to make us long for both – the perfect beach and the perfect body – than they did a good job…
Do we see a trend emerging here for January 2013′s magazine covers? Perhaps in Spain, at least: first Carmen Kass for Harper’s Bazaar Spain wearing a fur coat with nothing underneath, now Vogue Spain brings us Edita Vilkeviciute with her military jacket worn open to reveal nothing but a bare décolletage and a toned stomach.
Despite its neo-Gothic styling – such as this dramatic Gucci cape – Camilla Akrans chose to set her latest Vogue Japan shoot in a soft and sunny garden setting. Styled by Sissy Vian, the shoot stars Edita Vilkeviciute and takes the romantic title Remembered By Eros.
“One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.” – Harry’s Game, 1975. We hear a lot about terrorists in this current age. It’s only for one side of the fight that they’re romanticised though. And it’s only for one side of the fight that they could be thought of as fashionable. But such separations are clear only for the terrorists of the modern age. We…
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A trend like sportswear as fashion brings the inevitability of editorial contrasts. Sportswear juxtaposed against glamorous settings, or couture gowns worn on a sports field. That’s all visually interesting, but in reality the most gritty and captivating view of sportswear is when shown with realism; sweat-soaked, bandaged, and with a focus on being functional so the body beneath it can perform the amazing feats it’s…
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With sun reflecting in the form of rainbows, Numero #120 featuring Edita Vilkeviciute looks ultra sleek. Wearing slicked back hair and a host of gorgeous items it is definitely worth checking out the one shouldered and leopard print dresses in full after the jump.
Some cheeky hints of skin contrast the softness that permeates Camilla Akrans blossom-filled photos. The styling of Edita Vilkeviciute is perfectly suited to the setting; from the soft hair and dark sensual eyemakeup, to the pairings of boy shorts with socks and heels.