Friday, 29 January 2010
Thursday, 28 January 2010
The FABULEUSE Fendi 2010 campaign shot by Karl Lagerfeld featuring the gorgeous Anja Rubik is one of the best campiagns we have seen in a long time, we love everything, the light, the model, the setting. It's just fantastic.
I know what you are thinking, for once Karl Lagerfeld did not photographed his muse Baptiste Giabiconi ... WRONG! Karl did it again for our plus grand plaisir ;-) You may not see him at first but Baptiste is there, in the pink smoky background, in the trees ... in fact in every picture you saw until now, like the one above if you give a closer look, then you'll see that the silhouette in the background belongs to Baptiste ... and what asilhouette.
More photos from the Fendi 2010 campaign
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Alex Loomans is a Canadian model from Toronto who now lives in new York. In 2007 he became the face of Polo Ralph Lauren. This amazing editorial was shot by Saad Al-Hakkak for SPADE.
Posted by Alek & Steph - OhlalaMag
Monday, 25 January 2010
Friday night John Galliano presented its menswear winter 2010/11 collection during Paris Fashion week in a former bank Place Vendome. Theatrical as always this Sherlock Holmes-themed show was pretty amazing ...
So were the models
Galliano looked beyond the caricature cinematic Holmes to Conan Doyle's brilliant but troubled investigator and martial arts expert with an opium habit.
John Galliano, with his simplicity and legendary ego appeared at the end of the show in a circle of fire. You gotta love him.
Photographer Al Carlay shares with us these intimate portraits from his shoot with Natalya Lazareva and new face Alex Mieles. The images reflect the ever-present-beauty that is sensual, human, and powerful all in one. Scroll down the post to sample some of this promising photographer’s work and get to know him a bit better at http://www.alcarlay.com/
Sunday, 24 January 2010
After teasing us with preview images, Dolce & Gabbana released the full Spring/Summer 2010 Woman campaign, featuring Madonna by Steven Klein. I liked what I saw in the beginning, and now that I see the rest, I like it even more. Both Madonna and the clothes look great in the black & white shots. More after the jump.