Chanel (1998)

Beautiful Milla for Chanel!

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Source: Milla Jovovich






Source: trendland

Kate Moss

By Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot

 

 

 

In the third Love Magazine

 

Fashion Editor: Katie Grand

 

Source: love magfashionising

By Guy Bourdin

Source: trendland

 

 

 

Hippo Happy New Years!

What’s better than a Moschino teddy to begin the new year with?

…no, thought so! 
Nothing! 

 

Want more?
…me too

Visit and check out some of the S/S 19 collection here!

 

Source: moschino, moschinoss19

Kate Moss by Bruce Weber

– Florida 2006

 

…and time fly, don’t it? Johnny Depp and Kate!

 

Kate and Naomi by Mario Testino

 

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Source: lagaleriedelinstant, dazeddigital

 

Photo: Linsey Wixon for Vouge Russia

 

 

…female gaze!

 

Source: dazeddigital.com,

Oh, that x-mas spirit…

 

Ring by Alexander McQueen
Dress and belt by Céline

 

Gloves by Todd Lynn

 

Swimsuit by Norma Kamali

© 2017 Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
– London 2010

 

– Naomi Campbell & Alex Kovas –
in October’s issue of Interview Magazine

 

 

 

Photographer: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
www.interviewmagazine.com

 

Source: numerodarkbeautymag, trendhunter
How about….

Some Kate Moss loving?

 

Kate Moss by Bruce Weber

 

Kate Moss by Mario Testino

 

Kate Moss by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
– (2005)

 

Kate Moss by Mario Sorrenti 
– in the 2012 Pirelli Calendar

 

 

Sources: nuartf, artpartnerwochenblatt
By Guy Bourdin

 

 

Born in Paris 90 years ago, Guy Bourdin was one of a mere handful of fashion photographers of the twentieth-century who radically and inventively shaped the genre.

Bourdin began working for French Vogue in the mid-1950s. From the outset, his approach to fashion photography was ambitious and provocative, combining exquisite photographic style with intriguing narratives.

His ability to create seductive images that introduced psychological tension into the scope of typically anodyne depictions of fashion was at its peak in the 1970s. Bourdin’s influence has continued since his death in 1991, and a revival of his style and iconography has pervaded fashion photography throughout the past twenty years.

 

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