Love this collection designed by Carey Ellis. More below.
Photos by Tom Hines. Oozing Hitchcock, so cinematic. LOVE it.
Photos by Michal Pudelka.
is a fantastic mini-documentary, directed by Dasha Zhukova and Andinh Ha. It examines the phenomenon of “peacocking” in the fashion world due to the proliferation of street style blogs. I could actually see this being part of a feature length documentary about blogging’s affect on our culture, and our desire to document everything. Watch the film below!
Henrik Vibskov is on another level. Artist, musician, fashion and stage designer, he is an endless source of inspiration for me.
Beautiful collaboration by art director Charlotte Heal and photographer Mark Sanders combines fashion portraits with nude silhouettes. See more from “Contours” below!
I ffffinally got myself an invite to ffffound! Hooray. For whatever reason it is next to impossible to get an invite to join the site. Anyways, I was poking around the site and came across these great images used to promote ffffound’s in-house t-shirts. What do you do when you can’t get a decent looking model for your photoshoot? You force Paris Hilton and Kate Moss to model your gear by ripping up the photos and sticking them together! Brilliant. And then I remembered I had seen something similar to this recently. Evan over at Curse of the Multiples did something similar in a lookbook for a company called Industry. A little different, and pretty cool as well: So now you have two options for shooting a lookbook with ugly models. I want to clarify that I’m not saying these models were definitely ugly, I’m just saying you have options. If you happen to be one of the models whose pretty face has been obscured and you want to prove just how beautiful you are, feel free to email me a photo of yourself along with your phone number.
Beautiful photos by photographer Scott Pommier for Flaunt Magazine. Watch the short video he directed below.
I recently discovered the photography of Ye Rin Mok, who has shot for the likes of Anthen, Nylon, Tokion, Theme, Spin, Monocle, and the list really does go on. Looking through Mok’s portfolio I discovered a large number of the photos in which the subject is actually facing away from the camera. I found the gallery jarring, and really quite powerful. I took a class in art school called and we learned that there is a little sensor in the brain that is constantly looking for faces. This is why the bumper and headlights on a car look like a smiling face, and also why there is such tension in these photos. There are no faces in these portraits. http://www.yerinmok.com
Diggin’ the style of Marguerite Sauvage’s fashion illustrations. I like how the way shoe is sliding off her foot in the last one. (Thanks for the tip, Macky!)