Making of Pirelli Calendar 2013

Posted By admin / December, 29, 2012 / 0 comments

See documentary about making the newest Pirelli Calendar (2013)

 

Lady Gaga by Jean-Paul Gaultier

Posted By admin / December, 5, 2012 / 0 comments

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Naomi Campbell & Kate Moss Go Topless For Interview Germany

Posted By admin / December, 4, 2012 / 0 comments

As if you needed another reason to have a “girl crush,” Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell share the cover of Germany’s Interview magazine – topless.

PHOTOS: Kate Moss Loses Her Top & Talks Johnny Depp In The December Vanity Fair

Believe it or not, Interview Germany is the very first German magazine that Kate was ever photographed for and she went all out…both literally and figuratively. Not only was Ms. Moss paired with another top supermodel, Naomi Campbell, but the shoot was done by none other than fashion photography duo Mert & Marcus.

Although the standout pictures in the article feature the two models topless, it’s more fashion spread than soft core porn.

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Photo Credit: Mert & Marcus for Interview Magazine

 

Fashion films get their own close-up as they evolve to rival catwalk shows

Posted By admin / December, 4, 2012 / 0 comments

By Metro.co.uk

Fashion film has evolved beyond videos of catwalks – and the big labels are starting to take notice

A blonde woman in a red fetish-style bikini moves to the slow beat of Love To Love You and an undercurrent of soft, ecstatic moans. She talks quietly in voiceover about her muscle-bound body: ‘I feel different to most women – stronger, leaner.’ She performs bicep curls with sculpted gold weights, the moans become louder.

Directed by Elisha Smith-Leverock, I Want Muscle won Grand Prize at last year’s ASVOFF Fashion Film Festival. Female bodybuilder Kizzy Vaines wore clothes by David Koma, Husam al Odeh, Lyall Hakaraia and Maria Francesca Pepe. The aim of the three-minute short, says Smith-Leverock, was to ‘play with taboos and gender stereotypes and to explore a different kind of female beauty’.

This weekend, the fifth ASVOFF film festival takes place at the Pompidou Centre in Paris. Over three days, visitors will be treated to filmwork as equally provocative and polished as Smith-Leverock’s.

Launched in 2008, ASVOFF has almost single-handedly encouraged an industry to reconsider the way it presents itself in film.

‘Fashion film is a vibrant, relatively new applied art form with huge potential,’ says founder Diane Pernet. ‘We’re still exploring exactly what the parameters are but I suppose the easiest way to define it is this: film where fashion is the protagonist, rather than a prop.’ (….)

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