” Love Machine” by Steven Klein

– featuring Lara Stone for W Magazine –

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…a sea of bone chilling objects, mental hospital? Are we sane or not?

Inspired by the likes of American Horror Story this abandoned vintage hospital ward houses a slew of terrifying and amazing imagery.

The Lara Stone for W Magazine editorial features a new wave of distressed electrifying fashions, all  styled by Edward Enninful! Outfits include Balenciaga, Valentino and Miu Miu.
Hair by Akki
Makeup by Mark Carrasquillo
Manicure by Honey
Feautured models: Lara Stone, Filip Hrivnak, & Bryce Thompson
Source: Visuellemagazine W Magazine, Trendhunter

By Hugh Lippe

 

 

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‘Under the Influence’ by Nick Knight

 


 

An Homage to Yves Saint Laurent by Nick Knight, where he captures the four sophisticated model beauties, Luna Bijl, Lily Nova, Felice Noordhoff and Fatou Jobe.

 

For the AnOther Magazine October 2018 issue.
Styled by Katie Shillingford
Makeup by Val Garland
Hair by Sam McKnight

 

 

Source: trendland

By Hugh Lippe

 

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Angelina Jolie by David LaChapelle

 

“Angelina Jolie: White Horse in Meadow, 2001”
Source: Artworksapp, fanpop
Photography by LINNN

 

 

LINNN’s imagery conveys softness, innocence, and fragility, doing atmospheric portraits of pastel. She is a photographer from Seoul, South Korea.

want more? —–> visit her website or instagram!

 

 

Source: trendland
‘Time for Harvest’ by Ekaterina Belinskaya

Editorial to be found in L’Etoile Magazine
– Sep 18

Photography by Ekaterina Belinskaya
Styling and production – Anna Andreeva
Model – Valerie (IQ models) and Eleonora
Make-up and hair by Svetlana Gagarina

 

 

Source: trendlandEkaterina Belinskaya

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Alexander McQueen
“Le Regard Gourmand”

“Le Regard Gourmand” (“The Gourmet Look”)

 a painting by Wojciech Siudmak

 

….a. fu*king. PAINTING. Amazing.

 

Polish artist Wojciech Siudmak‘s contributions to the world of science fiction and fantasy art are as vast as the space that is inhabited by our solar system and beyond. Though it is easy to classify Siudmak as a surrealist, the artist himself prefers to operate under the banner of “fantastic hyper-realism” which is also a more than accurate way to describe Siudmak’s stellar work.

In his bio, Siudmak does align himself with surrealist Salvador Dali as it pertains the incorporation of 3-D images in his paintings.

Want more? Read his bio here!

 

 

Source: dangerousminds