fashion editorial

Jeneil Williams for Vogue Germany

i can’t remember the last time i looked at a fashion editorial and thought WOW. i suppose i’m just not in the habit of paging through Vogue (or buying it, for that matter) and soaking up the editorials like many people do. but this one for Vogue Germany is just exquisite.

Known for her use of color and ability to seamlessly integrate the environment, Julia Noni uses the natural landscape combined with vibrantly colored backdrops to create a striking contrast against ebony beauty Jeneil Williams. The story styled by Kathrin Schiffner features looks from Missoni, Blumarine, and Nina Ricci. – Chris Boals Artists








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Off-Kilter

i’m really excited to offer you an exclusive first look at the new shoot from Kate and Alix (who you will remember from their last venture Fancy Pants)

For our first shoot of 2012 we wanted to play with the idea of asymmetry which is how we came up with the title Off-Kilter. We loved the fact that it had dual meanings and wanted to find clothes that would represent both. David West was kind enough to let us raid his archives (we were like kids in a candy store) where we chose our favourite pieces from his past and present collections.

besides doing self-motivated shoots that could rival anything i have seen in local magazines, Kate and Alix blog for It’s What I’m Into and 10and5 respectively – follow them on twitter here and here.

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Jeans Comme Jane

you may have heard that former fashion editor emmanuelle alt will be the new editor in chief of vogue paris. she was responsible for one of my favourite fashion editorials ever: jeans comme jane, photographed by peter lindbergh.

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august 1970

this particular vogue looks like a cracker. a cracker!

long skirts, flared pants, corduroy. check. check.

francoise hardy:

charlotte rampling:

michael douglas (!)

this coat!

and this rad chick

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