I did the best of entertainment photos, now for the best and worst of the fashion mags from July. There are some really great, and by great I mean bad…and good, shots. Llamas and Mouse ears oh my. Which are your favs?
I am enamored with this shoot, the styling, by Giulio Martinelli, is a dream. I would wear everything in this shoot. I’m not sure I love the combo with the beach setting but hey, you can’t win ‘em all. via Vogue.it
Wow. I’ve finally made it to NYC. Well more specifically I’ve made it to Brooklyn but, close enough. And while I’m still in the midst of apartment hunting mayhem it’s good to finally be out of the car. So….I found this stellar trend on Vogue Italia that I love, very The Messanger (remember that movie from a million years ago with Milla Jovavich as Joan of Arc?)
Armors, ample garments and heavy fabrics reminiscent of Gothic styles:
Via vogue Italia
Blurred dreams and fantasies of a bygone era come together in this surreal editorial by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia’s February issue, at once nostalgic and sinister, really beautiful. I’d all but written Steven Meisel off, seeing as his work tends to be formulaic, but collage feel of this layout makes his work feel new.
This editorial is in February Vogue Italia by Tim Walker. I am really liking the creepy doll factor here and I think this editorial has a marvelous Alice-in- Wonderland feel to it that’s dark and surreal. So I guess it would be more like Jan Svankmajer’s Alice than Disney’s. I think there was a movie in the 80′s that had dolls coming to life and killing people…this doll looks a little like it would do that. I think I had nightmares about that movie after I saw it as a kid. That being said I also had nightmares about Scooby Doo so take that for what it’s worth.