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Hello, bandida

Boleros and monteras, leather and lace. Eclectically mixed in with the Spanish and Mexican influences of this shoot are soft florals, pastel pieces, chambray denims and the kind of gingham balconette bras that look like they might once have belonged to Sophia Loren. A burgeoning accessory trend – the cameo brooch – also makes a surprise guest appearance in Belén Antolín’s styling. As pretty a…
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Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Spain, February '12

Beauty from six faces

Vogue Paris may feel like it’s struggling a little to find its place now that Carine Roitfeld has moved on; with the internet being awash with sentiments that it’s simply failing to amaze or move forwards. For Emmanuelle Alt, it’s a tough balance between keeping her own style and meeting expectations. Thankfully for Alt, it’s hard to go too wrong for a beauty shoot when…
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11
Arizona Muse, Natasha Poly & others: Vogue Paris, November '11

Abbey Lee returns

While she’s been the star of a number of campaigns, Abbey Lee Kershaw‘s presence in magazine editorials has, for want of a better term, plummeted this year. That may in part come down to less demand for the grunger, rocker girl – after all, the demand for classic beauties has conversely increased and when the likes of Isabeli Fontana can work a Sophia Loren-esque look…
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011

The allure of old Hollywood

The emotive glamour of the screen stars of Hollywood’s golden age is an ever-springing well of inspiration. But, for all the Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren lookalikes we see cropping up in the pages of magazines, they’re rarely looks translated to the consumer and to the street. Well, not in their entirety anyway. It’s rare to see a young consumer of fashion clicking heels down…
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Italia, September 2011

First look: Kate Moss in Pirelli calendar

It’s the fashion calendar to get your hands on, and yet the 2012 Pirelli calendar shows little in the way of fashion. Or, more realistically, it shows little in the way of what most people consider to be ‘fashion’: clothes and accessories. Instead the coveted calendar plays to the concepts of fashion and lifestyle, fashion and sensuality, and fashion as youth. The task of realising next year’s…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

A subcultural tour of L.A: Vogue Paris

L.A has it’s own particular breed of glamour. Or several, really, if you count the subcultural differences, all of which are explored in Vogue Paris’ latest epic endeavour. There’s the suburban L.A housewife persona that Arizona Muse slips into as easily as if it were a silk neglige. Or Natasha Poly’s 70s folk-rock character who’s fond of suede fringing and the gentle strumming of an…
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11
Escale A L.A.: Vogue Paris August '11

Vogue Paris & Plagiarism: analysis of an editor

Is Vogue Paris in for a directional change? And is it for the best? That’s the question that has been on just about everybody’s lips since Emmanuelle Alt replaced Carine Roitfeld as editor-in-chief of the print media title. So it is that every issue that Alt releases to the public is not solely digested, but is picked apart with fervour. And today that process of…
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris June/July '11

Stylespiration: the gritty West

There’s an emotive grittiness to David Sims’ Wanted shoot that doffs its hat to the well-worn Westerns of the earlier 20th century. I guess it’s no surprise that the shoot, from the April 2011 issue of Vogue Paris, coincides somewhat with the Cohen Brothers-produced remake of John Wayne classic True Grit. It’s a very grown up, very tough, and very masculine take on cowboys and…
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011
Isabeli Fontana: Vogue Paris, April 2011

Isabeli bare

Remember the eight Muse covers we previewed earlier in the month? If so you’ll recall that Isabeli Fontana was one of the models gracing those covers. Now, here’s a further preview of Isabeli’s shoot inside the issue, a shoot that proves the best print publications are continuing to blur the lines of fashion and art, clothing and lack of clothing, fashion photography and portraiture. Behind…
NSFW Photo gallery included.
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Eight Muses

It may be a distant memory now, but believe it or not there used to be a time when magazines had just one cover per issue. Now we want more. And many magazines deliver by way of multiple covers, Muse being one such publication. For the Spring 2011 issue Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi photographed eight covers. You get to take your pick from Malgosia…
NSFW Photo gallery included.
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