I definitely love this editorial, such inspiring! Hans Joachim Schmidt captures Millicent Nobis in a series of intimate images for the latest issue of JnC Magazine. Shot on a rainy Wednesday in Hamburg, Millicent dons the subdued stylings of Rainer Metz which play on proportion and pattern.Beauty by Janine Pritshow.
Hellofriends!I hopeyou all hada goodChristmas! I recomend you take a look at "The Aleph". Is a fashion film collaboration between art director Jaime Rubiano & filmmaker Jason Last. Starring Hanne Gaby Odiele, the film showcases Esteban Cortazar's second collection for Éxito. ...This video is killing me...!!!
Hi friends! Absolutely my reference model as well as my favourite stylist, she is Venetia Scott, the central member of Marc Jacobs design team and the stylist who pushed her then boyfriend, Juergen Teller into the controversially raw style. Her vintage college-kid style drawn from personal memories and 1970s thrift-shop leftovers is particularly visible in the Marc by Marc Jacobs line.
"I always want you to see the girl, and then have the clothes tell you something more about her"
says, Venetia Scott.
After a four-year stint at British Vogue, she met Teller. Together they began to rebel by captured young faces in road stories that narrowed the distinction between fashion and reportage almost to vanishing point. Their work was inspired by her shock of recognition when she first saw Larry Clark's Teenage Lust and a photograph by Joseph Szabo. Venetia also gathers thrift-shop clothes to mix with current fashion which were her autobiographical resurrections of kind of things her mother and hippy big sister wore in the seventies. Those theme recur in her work with Jacobs. After her split with Teller, she also started to take the photograph herself.
Venetia Scottworks with photographer like David Sims, Helmut Newton, Juergen Teller, Mario Sorenti and Stephen Shores. And in publications like Another Magazine, i-D, Self Service and W.
"I really don't think like other stylists. It's not about the fashion" "it's about a dream girl" she says.
Today I will talk again about one of my favourite designers, Manish Arora :)
I wanted to let you know that the unique designer is featured in the latest campaign from Swarovski Elements!!
The electrifying effect of shimmering crystal decoration has fired up designers from every corner of the planet for well over a century. Manish Arora has been using Swarovski Elements in both of his labels, Manish Arora and Fish Fry since their partnership in 2003 and he is now showcasing his brilliant creations through a dazzling ad campaign live in magazines and online until January 2011.
....I can't wait!!! :D
Here's a preview of these sartorial masterpieces :
We just finished a shooting here at my house, and I'm starting to tidy up house..is such a mess!! but I couldn't resist to don't get a pic with these huge hears :)they were made by a young designer, maybe I will talk about her .. :)