Photo by Heli Rekula, ‘Overflow, 2004‘, chair from Gio Ponti ‘Chair of Little Seat‘, floor lamp ‘Arredoluce Triennial‘ by Angelo Lelli, dining table from Borsani, bronze mirror from Jean Rivière, and adjustable sconces from Armelie Benoit.
photography by Collier Schorr, styling by Katie Shillingford. She’s got the total of three covers. Not so sure my feelings for her though, no offense AnOther (you are my fav). But I do love, love, love Jamie Bechert in Alessandro Michele for Gucci styled by Katie Shillingford below from the same issue.
The editorial ‘The Go-See’ is captured by Rory van Millingen and is such a modern and fresh take on how an effortless editorial – with effortless styling – looks like. Casting by Claire Thomson-Jonville and styling by Dimitri Riviere. Grooming by Camille Siguret. Models from the top: Lineisy Montero, Inga Dezhina, Irina Djuranovic, Vera Van Erp, and Yana Van Ginneken. Perfection.
Majestic details at the Loewe SS16 show by Jonathan Anderson.
Miu Miu’s ad “Subjective Reality“, its their new campaign for the fall 2015 season inspired by street style icons and photography. As always, this campaign is also captured by Steven Meisel, this time on the sidewalks of New York. Four fast-rising actresses stars in the ad; Mia Goth, Maddison Brown, Hailey Gates and Stacy Martin. Earlier this year, the Prada-owned brand questioned the ordinary with a new installment of its commissioned Women’s Tales series. It’s worth noting that Miu Miu isn’t the only major—or only Italian—house to take its campaign to the streets this season. Gucci also shot its ads on the boulevards of Los Angeles. The marked difference, however, is that Miu Miu crafted staged scenes with full styling while Gucci left its magpies to mingle with the L.A. regulars.
Browsing through 1st Dibs like a crazy person, in usual order. My cravings are these at the moment; Mid-Century smoked art glass bowl by Holmegaard, abstract etching on paper by Jiri Kolar, Italian Mid-Century Chandelier (from 1960s), daybed from the 1950s by Kurt Thut, brass and agate lamp from 1970s, and Swedish rya rug in yellow, white and black.
The thin necklace with a pendant is alway a very relevant pieces to wear, especially for this fall according to the bigger fashion houses. Saint Laurent, Aurelie Bidermann and Altuzarra are three designer who showed of this delicate jewelry. We have also seen Louis Vuitton making a statement with their A-Z letters both prior and on the runway in Palm Spring (there was one of the models having each letter of Louis Vuitton around her neck). Anyway, I would love to get my hands on a C from LV.
The glossy PVC is still going strong since last fall and winter season, and in particular cool in this editorial for French Vogue, featuring Anna Ewers and Mica Arganaraz. Alt couldn’t capture this fall better than with flared trousers, glossy crocodile mini dresses, knee-high boots, and graphic pieces. The editorial ‘Sauvage Innoncence’ is styled by Emmanuelle Alt for Vogue Paris August 2015 captured by Inez and Vinoodh.