Kate´s french castle

Oh, this makes me happy! I looove 18th century France, the fashion, the interiors! Looove!!! Some day I want my very own 18th century castle!

Kate Moss for Vogue.


Breaking away

“The Charlize Theron story is not supposed to happen. The teenage girl who leaves the farm in South Africa to be a fashion model in Milan does not actually become a fashion model. The fashion model who tries to become a dancer does not get admitted to the prestigious Joffrey Ballet School. The injured ballerina who goes to Hollywood to be an actress doesn’t become an actress. Somewhere along the way, reality intrudes on the dream.
But Theron pulled it off.”

Charlize Theron wearing Alexander McQueen, Marchesa, Christopher Kane and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue

Whimsical fantasies

Tim Walker is a fashion photographer originally from London, now living in New York, who has been working for Vogue for over ten years. He also has several photos included in the permanent collections of he Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Portrait Gallery in London. In 2008 he had his first major exhibition at the Design Museum in London. What I really like about his photos is how he incorporates these whimsical fantasy elements into them, it just makes me want to look at them forever.

Princess Couture

Dante Tyler took 8 Disney princesses and turned them into high fashion super models and put them on the cover of Vogue. A fun idea and I think the results are fantastic. He really managed to capture the essentials of today´s fashion illustration. My favorite cover is the one with Pocahontas I think. I also love the details of the content for each magazine dedicated to the cover model.

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Photoshopping gone wrong

I do love both Glee and Vogue, but this was just a bad a idea. If we look away from the fact that two of my favorite characters from the show, Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Santana (Naya Rivera) aren´t even in the photo, there are some serious photoshopping errors that have been made here. In fact were any of these people actually in the studio at the same time of have they all just been cut and pasted together?
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