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Marc By Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2013 By Juergen Teller

13 December 2012, 16.44 | Posted in Fashion, Uncategorized, photography | No comments »

Marc by MarcJacobs SS13 1 Marc By Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2013 By Juergen Teller

Marc by MarcJacobs SS13 2 Marc By Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2013 By Juergen Teller

Here is another look at the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2013 campaign shot by Juergen Teller. The first image starring Ruby Jean Wilson reminds of the first preview we gave you a few weeks ago whereas the second photo reminds more of  the 2012 campaign also shot by Juergen Teller. We’ll keep you posted!

First Look: Marc Jacobs Campaign By Juergen Teller Spring 2013

19 November 2012, 12.32 | Posted in Fashion | 3 comments »

Marc Jacobs SS13 Ruby Wilson Juergen Teller First Look: Marc Jacobs Campaign By Juergen Teller Spring 2013

When Juergen Teller is involved in a campaign you can be sure that the final product will be more that just a series of pictures. He always takes an artistic approach when it comes to his shoots. For the upcoming Marc Jacobs campaign for Spring 2013 he shot Ruby Jean Wilson. The image above gives you a first impression of what to expect. We’ll keep you posted about the release of the full campaign.

The Kate Moss Book: 8 Covers

07 August 2012, 18.06 | Posted in Books, Models, celebrity, photography | No comments »

 The Kate Moss Book: 8 Covers

I  have a Kate Moss book, it’s softcover and was purchased at a Brooklyn stoop sale for a few dollars many years ago. It’s called Kate: The Kate Moss Book (which now I’m seeing on Amazon has some decent worth!), but now there is a new and different one, called The Kate Moss Book, published by Rizzoli and available for pre-order for $52.47 on Amazon.

It’s basically a book of Kate Moss photos, and is offered with eight different covers, shot by Mario Testino, Corinne Day, Inez & Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Mert & Marcus, David Sims, Mario Sorrenti, and Juergen Teller. FYI: they will be shipped at random–no picking allowed!  See the other seven covers on the next page.

P.S. Now that I’ve pulled my Kate Moss book out, I’m reminded it  includes a forward written by Moss in 1995, in which she writes about being labeled “viciously by the majority of the media.” She ends by saying she’s off to “eat a massive steak and loads of very fattening potatoes, with loads of butter.” All of which of course refer to the insane beating she took as the face of “Heroin Chic.” Her ability to come out of that pile on says a lot about her survival skills, which in part must have contributed to the unusually long length of her career.

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Kate Moss Untouched (Still Gorg)

15 November 2010, 17.30 | Posted in Magazines, Models, celebrity | 3 comments »

KateMoss1 Kate Moss Untouched (Still Gorg)

Fashionising’s Daniel Dykes posts up images of Kate Moss photographed by Juergen Teller for Self Service magazine. The conceit of the editorial is that the images of her are not photoshopped. That being said, they’re still shot by an amazing tallent, plus overexposed, which we all know does marvels when it comes to hiding imperfections. It doesn’t matter though, she’s still amazingly beautiful, as are all models with or without their makeup, a fact which seems to piss people off beyond belief. Dykes himself had some interesting things to say on the topic, which is worth a read, but here’s an excerpt in the meantime.

“….the role of Photoshop in the fashion industry often attracts the most amount of derision. When I last touched on that very issue the model who brought it into focus was Kate Moss. Moss had just been revealed as the face of Valisere Lingerie’s 2010 campaign, and it was a heavily photoshopped face. Though Photoshop had clearly been liberally applied I refued to attack its use, the debate pointless. After all, it’s my firm belief that we the consumer want Photoshop to be used – the alternative is an advertising and fiction-based landscape filled with less-than-perfect people, and reality provides us enough of that.”

It’s true. Fantasy is such an important element of fashion and how much we revel in it only differs by degree. More images from the shoot on the next page.

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