French men’s magazine Lui is always wowing us with its cover shoots. The latest star is Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who makes for a mean, modern (and super fit) femme fatale. Get ready to shed tears of envy at her stunning physique.
If you want to get a different side of the 1970s fashion trend that inspires on a more sensual level, head to newsstands and pick up a copy of Lui’s March 2015 issue (the one that features this sexy topless cover of Natasha Poly). In the pages of the issue, Cedric Buchet shoots a series of models Rebekah Underhill, Jennifer Humphrey, Sasha Knevezic and Kelly…
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Want to get into the retro spirit but not sure where to start? Then seek out these 9 key pieces, and you'll have the foundations of every '70s-inspired look you'll want to rock right now.
Making for a sweet escape into a world where everything appears to be touched by beauty, every single one of these gorgeous photographs, featured over the past month, melts inspiration beyond the ordinary with the most wonderful portrayals of femininity. After the break: 8 gorgeous fashion photos from the month of October that you may have missed. Click through for the full shoots.
You see them sliding down the runway coming close to perfection, their lush fabrics catching the light in quite the effortless manner, their exquisiteness stealing all eyes, making for walking dreams within reaching distance. But switch the catwalk with gray concrete, the closed spaces with tall buildings and infinite skies, and you get an actual glimpse at how the impeccable silhouettes are supposed to work…
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And yes, you can see them all after the break. The ultra-sexy Isabeli Fontana, a topless Magdalena Frackowiak, Bond Girl-esque Karmen Pedaru, and barely-covered Emily DiDonato all feature on their own covers for the July/August 2014 issue of Lui Magazine. The covers were shot by Mark Segal. See the rest below.
Lui magazine are steadily taking ownership of the fashion-cum-nudity magazine space. Month after month they have the right people on their cover, the right people within their pages, and photos that get everyone’s attention. And now they have a topless Rihanna on their cover. And then inside they take it up a notch.
Film leaves it’s imprint across fashion just as fashion makes its mark on film. And since the costuming was arguably one of the best things about last year’s American Hustle, how could it not get just a few people obsessing about the plunging necklines and oversized sunglasses that were such a hallmark of the 1970s? Daniela Rettore‘s editorial Back to Seventies – photographed for the…