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Steph Smith does racy pulp fiction babe

Steph Smith is not usually that girl in a leopard print bra and razor-sharp brunette bob, that girl who might grace the cover of a racy pulp fiction magazine. She’s usually the blonde Aussie girl next door slash summer fitspiration. And maybe that’s what makes David Higgs’ latest shoot of her so appealing: it breaks the mould.
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs
Steph Smith by David Higgs

What if she ruled the world?

There are questions that beg for straight answers, questions that have the response written all over them, and then there are questions that set entire fantasies in motion. Like what if Talisa Quirk would rule the world, would the seas rise at her word, would the universe turn icy cold, would colours disappear leaving nothing but trails of white smoke behind? Engraved in utter silence,…
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK
If I Ruled the World by Thom Kerr for BLKONBLK

Alessandra Ambrosio is THE body for Harper’s Bazaar Australia

If you’re going to come out with an issue titled The Body Issue, who better to place on the cover than a Victoria’s Secret Angel? Any would do, really, given the #fitspo-worthy bodies they all possess. But for Australian Harper’s Bazaar the honour goes to a stunning-looking Alessandra Ambrosio in a deeply plunging dress.

Looking back but moving forward

Even as you move forward it’s OK to look back, to take in everything that was good and far-out about the days gone by and use it to mold an unconventional tale of the future. Fine cuts and sharp silhouettes intertwined with dusty florals, sporty neoprene and fine, sparkling textures, do more than quietly melting past into present, creating an avant-garde style that’s marching confidently…
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman
Looking Back by Vlad Andrei Gherman

If you thought couture meant ladylike, think again

Whoever thought the words “casual cool” and “Haute Couture” would be used in such close vicinity? And yet, there they are, in the by-line of Benjamin Kanarek‘s latest shoot Let There Be Luxe – and it’s no lie. Fall’s couture collections really did merge a sense of effortlessness into their hand-crafted brilliance. It’s evidenced by Kanarek’s shoot, with styling by Melanie Brault and Eric Waroll…
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine
Let There be Luxe by Benjamin Kanarek for S/Style & Fashion Magazine

Who says that nudity can’t portray luxury? (NSFW)

A glimpse at a shred of gold casting its soft light upon a bare silhouette, the plain sensuality describing a lace cape that’s softly shading a physique of otherwise flawless proportions, and more of the opulent necklaces lining up shimmering stones, oversized pearls and edgy spikes: together they serve to prove that nudity too can portray the idea of luxury, the kind of lavishness stripped…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

When all the pieces fit together

You wouldn’t expect a collection bearing such a complicated conception to appear looking so sleek and effortless, just the way you often tend to forget that even the simplest of garments is envisioned to tell a story, a story that sometimes happens to be about the people wearing them, about their love life set against an ever changing society, about the broad world, about broken…
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman
The Pieces Fit by Vlad Andrei Gherman

Beauty gone wild on colours

It often happens with Weronika Kosinska‘s splendid editorials to not know where to lay your eyes first, what part of the story to breath in before all else, how much inspiration to actually allow to run through your mind, because it all looks beyond beautiful, and that same entirety is threatening to forever leave an imprint on the way you currently perceive the world shaping…
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine
Colour Calling by Weronika Kosinska for Mess Magazine

A plastic fantasy: pop art meets futuristic thrills

The world definitely needs more of this, more of the fun, bubbly reality imagined by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams, more of the futuristic thrills so beautifully flashed about by Brazilian stunners Aline Weber and Carmelita Mendes. Bright, colourful, a touch whimsical and rounded off with a pop art twist, the editorial lensed  by Paulo Vainer manages to perfectly capture the spirit of Melissa’s spring…
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine
Eat my Melissa by Casa Darwin for Plastic Dreams Magazine

Half masculine, half undressed (NSFW)

Hair slightly wet gently brushed across the forehead, skin glowing, lips lavishly glossed: it’s all there and it’s all screaming instant sex-appeal. And then her body revels in another beautiful juxtaposition, for when it is not concealed in severe button-downs and high-waisted tailored pants awash with menswear inspiration, it lies bare, undisguised, beautiful, freed of any constraints. Powerful, glamorous and highly sensual, Francesco Barion‘s photographs…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

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