Sasha Pivovarova taps into her inner bohemian spirit for the April catalogue from Free People. Photographed by Guy Aroch, Sasha dons an array of billowing skirts, tribal accessories and denim as she poses alongside a few animal friends. Using a mute color palette of ivory and neutral hues, Free People brings a sense of relaxation into the … Read More
Kasia Struss, Jaco Van Den Hoven and Jacob Dekat join ranks for Greg Kadel’s latest work in spring’s Numéro Homme. From Givenchy to Burberry Prorsum, the trio make a unisex statement with styling by Charles Varenne.
For the spring season, Interview takes a look at labels from Alexander Wang to Bottega Veneta to Givenchy and others who played with proportion and shape for a voluminous outcome. Lensed by Craig McDean and styled by Karl Temper, models Valerija Kelava and Chloe Memisevic don the dramatic looks with hair blowing in the wind and smudged makeup.
Abbey Lee Kershaw poses for Hedi Slimane in this stunning portrait series where Abbey dons only fur and jewels.
Accessories label Luv Aj has that perfect mix of contemporary edge with vintage appeal. For the spring 2011 collection, jewelry designer Amanda Thomas aimed for a sense of 70s luxe with crystal clusters and body chains complete with shaggy coats and fringe.
Coco Rocha dons some of the season’s most vibrant hues for the spring 2011 fashion issue from The Sunday Telegraph. From Marc Jacobs’ plum peasant shirt to Lanvin’s Grecian silhouettes styled by Mika Mizutani, Coco wows with her dramatic poses and expressions in front of Alex Cayley’s lens.
Dark Sunshine – Ragnhild Jevne smolders in Elina Kechicheva’s outdoors story for Marie Claire Italia March. Evoking seventies glam with a touch of moodiness, Ragnhild dons the sophisticated selections of fashion editor Ivana Spernicelli featuring the work of Moschino, Sonia Rykiel, Missoni and others.
In celebration of Yohji Yamamoto‘s first UK solo exhibition, now open to the public at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, SHOWstudio.com has launched a two-part ‘In Conversation’ project to examine Yamamoto’s visionary thirty-year career. Art director Marc Ascoli, photographer Nick Knight and graphic designer Peter Saville are captured in conversation with curator Magda Keaney discussing their collaboration with Yamamoto; while … Read More
Vogue Paris adds a narrative spin to its April issue with David Sims’ western inspired story Wanted Woman. Featuring starring Isabeli Fontana. Styled by editor-in-chief, Emmanuelle Alt, Isabeli is a true cowgirl who is not afraid to get dirty in the denim laden wares of Gareth Pugh, Dries van Noten, Giorgio Armani and others.
Camille Rowe plays crocodile hunter for the March edition of Jalouse. Donning revealing attire styled by Jennifer Eymere, complete with wading boots and a protective hat, Camille smolders in Matthew Frost’sL’Heure Reptile with pieces from Sisley, Gucci, Sonia Rykiel and others.