American supermodel Karlie Kloss returns to the cover of Vogue Japan for their June 2013 issue. Karlie is wearing Yves Saint Laurent on the cover of this boho romance themed issue, looking very lovely in her short bob hairstyle with bangs.
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Bobbed hair modernised by way of a wet look finish, Karlie Kloss stars on the May 2013 issue of Vogue Australia. Channeling The Great Gatsby with 1920s inspired fashion and plenty of hip-shimmying, it was photographed by Arthur Elgort.
The Hermes silk scarf is something of an icon in itself. For the fashion house’s spring 2013 catalogue, Karlie Kloss is elegant draped only in Hermes’ painted silks, leaping about in flat sandals as if on winged feet – a feminine incarnation of the Messenger of the Gods the brand is named after.
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It’s hard not to be drawn into the beautiful, flower-filled world created by Moda Operandi in their spring 2013 campaign. With Karlie Kloss living the rosey-hued life of gorgeous gowns and wallpapered settings, Cedric Buchet’s images feel soft and feminine without bordering on saccharine sweet. Seasonal spring 2013 fashion favourites made the cut, from Giles’ horse-print frock to Marc Jacobs’ black and white check gown.
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As fall 2013’s models exited their shows, flitted from one to the next, or braved the maelstrom of activity backstage, they took a moment to pause for Marijo Cobretti’s (www.marijocobretti.com) waiting lens. Always able to capture – in stunning portrait form – the beauty and individuality of each model, Marijo brings us 10 of his favourite faces from the Milan fashion week season. Click the…
I once asked if Christopher Bailey’s genius allowed him to spot trends well in advance of their happening, or if his creativity was so influential that it set them. After Burberry Prorsum’s catwalk at London fashion week yesterday, I’ll settle on ‘genius’. Bailey is a master of reading the social climate from a lifestyle perspective. Doubt it? Try to suggest differently while viewing Trench Kisses,…
You’d be hard pressed to find a better pair of legs than those of Natasha Poly (possibly Karlie Kloss), and as such when it cames to flashing them for Steven Meisel’s lens in the campaign for Jimmy Choo’s latest olfactory offering her’s were certainly the correct choice.
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I’ll disclaim from the outset that the title of this post is inaccurate: “best”, when it comes to any form of art, is subjective. There’s no right or wrong on what can be called the best when it comes to fashion shoots, but there’s only so much you can explain in a title so I’ll say it here instead. There are certain editorials that stand…