Dita von Teese by Richard Bernardin for Grazia

Photographed by Richard Bernardin, Dita von Teese appears in her signature style of pin-up glamour for the September issue of Grazia Italy. Aided by stylist Alexandra Bernard, Bernardin captures the burlesque star in form-fitting dresses as she takes to an elegant outdoor setting in the alluring photographs.





22 Responses to “Dita von Teese by Richard Bernardin for Grazia”

  1. Horrible meaningless filter ruins what would otherwise be a OK shoot. Really the only thing that makes this interesting is Dita, but since you can barely see her through the haze … it’s a fail.

    • realitychecker Reply

      it’s shot with an iphone, that’s the best quality that italian grazia can get.. sorry

  2. Dita doesn’t do it for me anymore, at first it was cool that she was dressing up in “Hollywood glam ” style but now its just so costume like and not authentic.

    • The thing is, it IS authentic to her. It’s not a costume. THIS is who she is, as a person. She’s not playing dress-up, she lives this.

  3. Is it possible for this woman not to look stunning in any photo she appears? I disagree about the costume comment above me simply because she managed to take the pin-up girl and make her more mainstream yet attaining the betty page naughtiness.

  4. Is it possible for this woman not to look stunning in any photo she appears? I disagree about the costume comment above me simply because she managed to take the pin-up girl and make her more mainstream yet attaining the betty page naughtiness.

  5. I LOVE Dita! These images, though, look more Photoshop-treated than cross-colored like old film photography…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *