Lindsey Wixson plays as a doll for the February issue of Vogue Italia lensed by Tim Walker and styled by Jacob K. Tim Walker’s photographs have entranced the readers of Vogue, month by month, for over a decade. Extravagant staging and romantic motifs characterise his unmistakable style. After concentrating on photographic stills for 15 years, Walker is now also making moving film. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE Lady Cupcake Flashy, Sassy.. Tacky Barbie and Ken in crisis Intergalactic Trick or treat?
This is what I call timeless… some editorials just stay alive because they’re great enough not to be forgotten and appreciated! Gorgeous Jessica Stam was shot fabulous Steven Meisel and brilliantly styled by Brana Wolf . What I love about this flawless shoot called “Morning Beauty” is the fact that it was originally created for Vogue Italia September issue 2003. Yes, 2003! It looks so fresh, actual, delicate and kinda edgy that I could not handle it… this is not […]
Killing Time Great color blocking shoot for Vogue Italia, fashion photographer Lucia Giacani, did a great editorial for for Vogue June 2011 issue. Currently Lucia lives and works as a freelance fashion photographer in Milan, collaborating, amongst others with the following magazines: Vogue Gioiello, Vogue Pelle, Vanity Fair, Vogue Accessory, VS, No.ise & Twill. The model Ekaterina Detcheva has a very clean, sort of androgynous look, which I love, not to mention, her great red hair. This shoot is quite fabulous because of the […]
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Brazilian top model Caroline Trentini is the blonde bombshell in this editorial, and expertly succeeds at looking quite clueless in the kitchen shot by british photographer Miles Aldridge. With a bored expression and glazed-over eyes (which we loved), this hysterical housewife finds herself exasperated on a cluttered countertop while baking a cake that ends up caving in. Found in Vogue Italia, Home Works references the Stepford Wives stereotype in a way that is simultaneously delightful and demonic…Beyond gorgeous! Insane mix of vibrant […]