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Soft gestures, delicate soul

Baring her body and soul, unveiling them gently, with soft gestures and a whole lot of delicacy that’s strongly radiating through her eyes, Tiffany Winteler makes it look easy. This whole undressing exercise, her entire being exposed for the world to see, appears natural, almost effortless, like her story could only gain meaning if stripped of all pretense. And so she comes into view unmasked.…
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery
Delicate Soul by Grego Gery

How to: the forward topknot at Marc Jacobs

There’s no accident in her beauty, no ease, no signs of nonchalance, because for fall 2015, the Marc Jacobs woman goes ultra chic, uptown and pulled together, her entire look made to appear sleek, sculptured, tough. Inspired by grand ladies and chic women from the ’40s and ’70s (think Ida Sitwell), the forward topknot created by Guido Palau for Marc Jacobs’ fall 2015 presentation acts…

Caitlin Stasey poses naked, talks sex, promotes feminism

Melbourne-born Australian actress Caitlin Stasey just exposed herself to the world. Not just physically – though she did that too, in a series of un-retouched nude photos – but emotionally, spiritually, in a candid interview that covers everything from her religious beliefs to her sexuality. Launching her own feminist website called herself.com, Stasey – the site’s debut subject – says religion is “one of the…

Asymmetrical hems: how to rock them for spring 2015

For spring 2015, sex-appeal is reimagined to take the guise of playful asymmetrical hems, some diagonally sliced, others draping into relaxed shapes, some sassy and super-short, others flirty and fluid, casually cascading over the knees. Building a myriad of silhouettes than promise to take you from day to night, the asymmetrical hems morph into one of spring’s biggest statements, one that promotes unique cuts in…

Fears & hopes used to highlight true beauty

Your heart, your mind, your imagination, every single living part of you is prone to vulnerability when exposed, when your fears rise higher than your hopes, slowly taking over; coming to power one step at a time, just as a discernible darkness gains ground, our fears morph into shadows, shadows changing into vague contours, never to become fully unveiled. And it’s their imprints and opaque…
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska
Fears by Weronika Kosinska

Unbuttoning from the bottom up: this is how to wear your shirt right now

Sometimes, it’s the simplest of twists to carry the biggest of impacts, particularly in the fashion world where it takes a stroke of genius to reinvent something as basic as the buttoning of a shirt. Button the bottom half and you get a gorgeous plunging neckline, of that we knew already, but invert the process – button up the top few and leave the rest…
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14
From the bottom up: S/S '14

5 festival-ready hairstyles to try this spring

Either you plan on heading to the sunny dessert for Coachella, or you dream about a trip to Lollapalooza, your season calendar is about to get filled with nothing but road trip and music festival dates. From the fresh and natural, to the super-colorful we already got your make-up inspiration covered. This week instead we switch the focus on hair, which has to carry a…

Yes, you can rock the bandeau trend for spring. Here’s how.

Once the domain of only the most daring, the bandeau has evolved to encapsulate a new sense of effortless cool. Of course, it all comes down to how you style it: you don't want to look like you've just wandered out of the house in your bra. After the break, you'll find three simple rules for rocking the bandeau in spring 2014, along with ideas and inspiration on how to make the bandeau a statement that works for you in the coming summer season.
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S
Barely there: a statement top for S/S

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