Talking about diva, BVLGARI Diva collection is something to look out for with all the gorgeous and glamorous jewellery as modeled by Italian beauty Carla Bruni. The campaign was shot by Terry Richardson.
The red rocks of America’s Southwest rising stark against blue sky. Not the most common setup for an Americana-themed fashion shoot, but then not everyone has the budget to jet Terry Richardson and Candice Swanepoel into a stretch of desert that looks like it might have been drawn by a Looney Tunes artist. It’s both beautiful and fitting, and with luxurious styling by Andrew Richardson…
Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio is looking elegant and fierce in a subtly sexy ruffled Gucci dress for Harper’s Bazaar Brasil. Alessandra’s ponytail with fringe was by Dennis Lanni and it sure did highlight her beautiful face. Her overall look for this cover story was styled by Almudena Guerra.
This ad just proved something, to me at least. For a campaign to immediately hit you in that woah-should-I-be-looking-at-this-at-work kind of way that might make you blush if someone was standing over your shoulder (because, frankly, it’s just a little too hot), it doesn’t necessarily need to have Terry Richardson’s smut-tastic hallmarks all over it. Somehow Donna Karan’s fall 2013 campaign starring Catherine McNeil feels…
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While the rest of us are dreaming about being Candice Swanepoel, what is Candice Swanepoel dreaming about? In this campaign video for Juicy Couture it’s parties, diamonds, cheesy thumbs-up moments with Terry Richardson, all set to the obligatory soundtrack of Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.
You wouldn’t call Ola Rindal’s shoot for Purple Fashion glossy or over-produced. There’s no heavy-handed photoshopping or complex studio lighting. You might even call it raw and natural-feeling. But it’s not the kind or raw you’d most commonly associate with Purple Fashion because it’s not the Terry Richardson kind. It’s got a hint of sensuality, a dabble of nudity, yes – but it’s executed with…
Leave it to Purple Magazine to celebrate 20 years with a topless model, a big smile, and a typically Terry Richardson camera flash. Richardson and Purple founder Olivier Zahm have certainly been a part of shaping the place of nudity in fashion in recent times. You can view the full cover starring Ali Michael after the break.