From Miu Miu to Blumarine, the fall season is filled with a myriad of prints. Vogue China celebrates this fact with “A Feast of Patterns”. Styled by Mattias Karlsson and photographed by Dan Jackson, the 10 page layout features Karmen Pedaru in a mix and match of prints that are a pure visual delight to see.
W’s “L’apres Midi” brings to mind lazy summer days as models Bara Holotova, Giedre Dukauskaite and Karmen Pedaru lounge around on sofas, petting cats.
Mariano Vivanco creates an edgy and intriguing story with Numéro Korea May’s two cover stars, Abbey Lee Kershaw and Karmen Pedaru.
Magdalena Frackowiak in Jean Paul Gaultier – May 2009
Karmen Pedaru & Abbey Lee Kershaw – May 2009
Models Karmen Pedaru and Charlotte Hoyer pal around for 10 Magazine‘s spring 2009 issue. Don’t get me wrong, I love high concept shoots but it’s refreshing to see models having fun every once and awhile. My only concern is that the photographer (Magnus Unnar) shot them from an angle which makes them look short. I can’t decide if I like it or not. It’s certainly interesting though.
There is no doubt that Val & Musso’s “Cabaña” is a visual spectacle. The different patterns and textures draw the viewer’s eye in almost immediately. Yet, I somehow find myself appreciating the black and white photos more. Without the overpowering background colors it’s easier to focus on the clothing. And isn’t that what fashion photography is about after all?
In addition to shooting Ali Michael, Martin Lidell also had a series with Karmen Pedaru for The Last Magazine‘s inaugural issue.
Ben Hassett’s ‘Lonely Spirits’ ed from the most recent issue of Muse is absolutely heartbreaking. Each shot captivates your attention.