Natasha Poly by Terry Richardson
It’s Turkey day here in the States so we will be taking a break from our regular postings. For now, we will leave you with this photo of Natasha Poly chowing down! We will back tomorrow. Everyone have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Joining the ranks of Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell, Ylonka Verheul signs on to Milan based agency d’management group after taking Italy by storm with a recent Vogue Italia appearance and a campaign for Max&Co.
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d’management group rounds up the fall 2010 runway season with a collection of cards showcasing models Alek Wek, Ludmilla Dom Perignon, Liya Kebede, Liu Wen, Lily Cole, Lakshmi Menon, Luana Teifke, Melissa Tammerijn,Sedene, Sofia Fisher, Stephanie Rad, Chanel Iman, Cameron Russell, Elle Macpherson, Johanna Kneppers-Corbel, Kinee Diouf, Kate Somers and Laetitia Casta. With exclusives ranging from Louis Vuitton, to Balenciaga, the girls of d’ had an undeniably strong season.
From early talent scout to casting director, Daniel Peddle has distinguished himself as one of New York’s premier casting directors. Exploring concepts of beauty on the international stage, Peddle has found a creative medium in the painting. Creating watercolors based on backstage images, Peddle offers the model up as a sacrificial lamb. Left to the mercy of the industry to fit demanding images given to the alter or runway, Peddle captures the behind the scenes magic from many shows. A selection of Peddle’s work is being housed for an installation at Envoy Enterprises, beginning March 16, 2010 at 6:00 P.M. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)
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