Adele Vogue UK
If you weren’t already aware, Adele is the bomb diggity. Like…worthy of bringing back phrases from the Nineties she is so amazing. Vogue UK obviously gets the picture, as the mega mag has slapped her on the cover of their October 2011 issue (see: Adele – “Hometown girl goes global“). You’ll be able to get a closer look at the Sølve Sundsbø lensed photo as well as some intriguing content (Amy Childs: The Ultimate Essex Girl?) come September 8th.

Edita Vilkeviciute Everlasting Soul
Everything Sølve Sundsbø touches turns to gold. In “Everlasting Soul” for Vogue China Collections Spring/Summer 2011, the photographer – with the help of stylist Nicoletta Santoro – took the ever boring concept of black and white sets and turned it into…this. Modelled by Edita Vilkeviciute, every piece looks inviting and monopolizing. Wait, was that the purpose of fashion spreads all along? View Post

A Dreamy Touch Melissa Tammerijn
Vogue Italia is obviously secure as the reigning Vogue – how can you not be with a spread like this? “A dreamy touch” was photographed by Sølve Sundsbø and styled by Patti Wilson. In my eyes, it is perfect; lighting, ensembles, Melissa Tammerijn, è più che perfetto! View Post

Chace Crawford for GQ Style Germany Rebellen
My dear Gossip Girl boyfriend Chace Crawford is emulating a rough-around-the-edges Zoolander for the latest cover story of GQ Style Germany. His America scribbled hands were lensed by renowned fashion photographer Solve Sundsbo. I am sending this to my Blackberry for Central Line viewing.

Numero Emily DiDonato
Emily DiDonato is one of my favourite newcomers of recent years. As the fresh face for Giorgio Armani‘s fragrance Acqua Di Gioia, and now a stunning spread for Numéro No. 117 by Sølve Sundsbø, it looks like the only way is up. Impeccable water-styling by Franck Benhamou, don’t you think? View Post