· FEATURED ,PHOTOGRAPHY ,TRENDS ·Beach Trend / Inspiration by Massimo Vitali
BY Cyril Foiret / Oct 23 09 @ 9:45 AM
Every so often, we go into our archives looking for a particular artist only to realize we haven’t covered him or her, and even though Massimo Vitali has long been on our radar, we have yet to show our appreciation for this maestro of the camera lens. His work captures us and takes us away [...]
· PHOTOGRAPHY ,TRENDS ·StreetStyle Photography – Can you read the Trends ?
BY Cyril Foiret / Oct 08 09 @ 8:17 AM
What do you think Streetstyle photography is for? It is not only to see who is where and who wears what, but to analyze trends. In the past few years, but more specifically in the last year, streetstyle photography has been booming during Fashion weeks, from Paris to London, New York to Milan, now you [...]
Lizzie Fortunato: Fusing Found Treasures
BY Ani Tzenkova / Oct 05 09 @ 7:34 AM
Lizzie Fortunato’s Jewel Collection is the perfect marriage of seamlessly translated concepts and unpredictable execution. Each piece tells a story, the story of the inspiration and all the handwork that went into fusing together the diverse materials, many of which are found objects.
Power Shoulders Trend Going Strong
BY Ani Tzenkova / Sep 14 09 @ 8:28 AM
:::Power Shoulders on the Runway::: You may shudder at the thought, but you can’t deny it – big shoulders came back with a vengeance – it has been all about power dressing for the past few season, so Joan Collins, eat your heart out!
The Contemporary Art of Art Recycling
BY Isabelle Raphael / Aug 24 09 @ 7:25 AM
The Limited Art Edition of FREITAG bags are made from exhibition banners of the world’s most sizzling contemporary art museums, such as The Tate, Mori Art and MOCA. To create the Limited Art Edition, FREITAG has worked on luminous coloured mesh tarpaulins and exhibition banners decorated with oil paintings. The result is a vibrant collection with special graphic and haptic features. The bags are a "must" for all lovers of recycled art.
SuperModels SuperNaturals by Peter Lindbergh
BY Cyril Foiret / Aug 14 09 @ 8:24 AM
After his covers for French Elle with the 'no make-up' shoot, its Peter Lindbergh again who shot Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford and more, in 'SuperModels SuperNaturals' for the issue of Harper's Bazaar September 2009. We told you a little while ago that the trend in retouching was to get as natural as possible, so it looks that the trend is now expanding to the photoshoot itself - and it looks great ! It's also true that its the group of people in the world who need the least retouching to begin with. Lindbergh told the Times in May, “Heartless retouching should not be the chosen tool to represent women in the beginning of this century.”