For December’s Pop Issue of British Vogue, artist Alexandra Bruel created jewelry set design inspired by the pop art of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and others. Editor Carol Woolton playfully adorned Bruel’s raw, plasticine creations with
For one of the finer mixed media fashion editorials we have seen to date, fresh face Magda Laguinge does her best “Jokers Wild” for Vogue UK this past April 2012.
Vogue UK editorial featuring Suvi Koponen for their September 2012 issue displays this Fall’s season biggest trend, leather. Photographer Craig McDean captured the flawlessness of model Suvi Koponen and the smooth surfaces of the soft leather silhouettes with the uneven grains of the wood backdrops.
I usually am a “less is more” kind of a girl, but something about this wildly creative and wonderful editorial by Mario Testino for British Vogue caught my eye and made me break out in a smile. I love the mix of earth tones, nature and tradition with the neon colors and modern tech; a great…
Freja Beha Erichsen in “Tech Mate” photographed by Patrick Demarchelier and styled by Lucinda Chambers for UK Vogue October 2011.
For this gorgeous editorial photographed by Tim Gutt for Vogue UK, model Siri Tollerod dramatically plays all of the signs and set designer Shona Heath provides beautiful and surreal sets and costumes to complement Kate Phelan‘s styling.
Raquel Zimmerman in “Heat Wave” photographed by Josh Olin and styled by Kate Phelan for Vogue UK June 2011. I am loving the Melanie Griffith “Working Girl” inspired hairstyle and Zimmerman’s flawless tan!
Arizona Muse and Freja Beha Erichsen in “Master Class” editorial photographed by Mario Testino for Vogue UK September 2011 Issue. I love this theme!
The Lady Who Fell to Earth photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue UK October 09 – See full editorial on PaperMode
‘SUGAR RUSH / SPOILT FOR CHOICE / RAY OF LIGHT’ editorial with Daul Kim photographed by Benjamin Alexander Huseby and styled by Joanna Schlenzka for Vogue UK – August 2009.
Freja Beha in ‘Enter the Dinner Dress’ photographed by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK September 2009
Malgosia Bela in ‘The New Suit’ editorial photographed by Cédric Buchet for Vogue UK
Suvi Koponen in ‘Light and Fantastic’ photographed by Javier Vallhonrat for Vogue UK February 2008:
Beautiful fashion editorial featuring Coco Rocha photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue UK February 2007 – If you have the name and the stylist credit name for this editorial, would love a little help 🙂
‘Where The Wild Things Are’ is a really cool Fashion Editorial from Dec08 Vogue Uk – photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, starring Anja Rubik and styled by Lucinda Chambers –
This month of December at Vogue Uk – with Kate Moss on the cover and a special feature on Karl Lagerfeld’s “secret ball.” – An amazing Editorial by Nick Night see below
Digging in some old Vogue you will find stuff like this pretty cool how patterns in wallpapers and carpets were being used. ‘Pillow Talk’ by Karen Collins for Vogue UK January 2003
How cool is this editorial of Kate Moss Shot by Craig McDean for Vogue UK of March 08
I really like this Black/White editorial and video made for Vogue UK shot by Nick Knight (co-directed by Ruth Hogben.)- The fashion story features the beautiful model Anja Rubrik in a delicious series of black and white robes and outfits, using some of the best brands and designer names in the industry such as Martin Margiela, Dries Van Notten, Dior, Vivienne Westwood and Viktor & Rolf.
“I believe that there is a growing attention to craftsmanship in fashion these days, as opposed to quick-fix disposable pieces. I am focusing on timeless classics.”
Roald Dahl created some of the best-loved children’s stories of the 20th century, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Matilda” and “James and the Giant Peach”. Having that in mind, Vogue UK enlisted Tim Burton (who of course directed one adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and produced another …
The Repetto Foundation’s Dance For Life (Danse Pour la Vie) partnership with UNESCO has tapped Moschino to design a pair of their Zizi shoes that resembles wood in soft leather. On the shoe is a cotton peach blossom with a canvas silk leaf adorned on the sides which according to Vogue UK dates “back to the Fifties and salvaged from an old florist…more after the jump