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
Legendary supermodel Gisele Bundchen is the cover girl for next month’s (that’s February 2011, if you’re still drunk from New Years) cover of Vogue China. The beauty is – of course – under the hands of famed fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. It’s the type of cover that both makes you want to give Gisele a cuddle, and then go into as much debt via Prada that you could possibly afford.
I think I’m in lust with China. Everything they have been doing over the past few months is so fashion forward. Let’s look at “Eccentric Mind” in Vogue China’s January issue as photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. While the clothes you throw on a model as beautiful as Dree Hemingway are bound to look sexy, stylist Nicoletta Santoro has made absolutely brilliant and unexpected choices. Just look at it; Marni, Miu Miu, Jean Yu, Alexander Wang, Maria La Rosa, Nina Ricci and more, topped off with what is set to be the most coveted outerwear of the season: The Louis Vuitton transparent raincoat. Flip through the spread with a smoothie and soundtrack of “Please, please, please, let me get what I want” by She & Him. You wont regret it. View Post
The Azzedine Alaia and Lanvin juxtaposition in the ninth photo is killing me. This is Super Styling, if you ever needed a definition. Vogue China is working it on the highest level with Karlie Kloss and Patricia Van Der Vliet for their November Issue. I haven’t loved a spread’s colouring this much in a long time. View Post
For “Knits Mania” in Vogue China’s October issue, models Meghan Collison and Fei Fei Sun get lensy with Josh Olins in an arry of kooky knits styled by Elissa Santisi. View Post