Saying a magazine presents 3D objects in a 2D format is akin to saying water is wet. But Marie Claire’s latest accessories spread “Pop Idols” elevates this method in a way only comparable to Andy Warhol, sans the mass commercialism. Imagemaker Ilan Rubin both photographed and
Jean-Pacôme Dedieu’s photographs can be described as creative chaos. He employs his unique aesthetics to his work, which mainly consists of vibrant color palettes and artistic juxtaposition of objects. He has also worked with magazine such as Wallpaper, Vogue Japan, L’Officiel, and Marie Claire.
Marie-Claire did a interesting compilation of the 50 Best Fashion Stores in America, State by State and in alphabetic order. We do not agree with a few of them, and they also missed some great ones, but hey! Its Marie-Claire after all….