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Terry Richardson for US Vogue

“Terry Richardson” and “American Vogue” are not two phrases you hear together often, or at all really. But Vogue’s July issue includes a spread from Mr. Richardson himself entitled, “Visionary”. In the six page layout,…

Eva Strips Down for M by Le Monde

With all the glamour and glitz that can be attributed to fashion editorials, one can forget all the beauty that can be seen in more simplistic sets. Matthew Brookes’ aesthetic lends itself perfectly to that…

‘Casting’ from QVEST

“Casting” by Aitken Jolly has a great selection of models. You may see some faces you recognize or be introduce to new ones. (I know I did) Either way, it is another solid layout from…

Gucci Pre-Fall 2009 & Valentino F/W 09.10

Today, a few new ads have surfaced.The first being Anja Rubik for Gucci Pre-Fall 2009 and the second having Iris Strubegger for Valentino.

Edita Vilkeviciute for Numéro Korea June

A little seduction along with a whole lot of drama makes for a worthwhile cover shoot in Numéro Korea June. The issue features Edita Vilkeviciute in “Solitude”, by Sebastian Kim. And despite harsh winds blowing…

Baine de Soleil with Caroline Trentini

Here is Caroline Trentini’s full layout from Numéro #104. Previews and the review were posted here.

A Look Back | Hair Storm by Sølve Sundsbø

The hair spectacular shown in 2008’s “Hair Storm” can be attributed to the sheer genius of hairstylist, Luigi Murenu, and photographer Sølve Sundsbø. Sundsbø manages to rarely disappoint and always stamps his own unique brand…

Photo of the Day | Belle de Nuit

Behati Prinsloo by Paolo Roversi

Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2009 by Juergen Teller

Natasa Vojnovic, Kamila Filipcikova and Ajuma Nasenyan enjoy the luxurious life for Marc Jacobs’ newest campaign. Since 1998, photographer Juergen Teller has shot for the brand and continues with tradition for fall.

Vlada is a ‘Forest Princess’

Recent Numéro Tokyo cover girl, Vlada Roslyakova, confronts the wilderness in “Forest Princess” by Greg Kadel. “Princess” turns out to be atypical from what we would normally expect from Kadel. He trades the familiar beaches…