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Givenchy Campaign Spring 2013

05 January 2013, 09.48 | Posted in Fashion, video | 1 comment »

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Hearing the names of the star lineup of models to be included in Givenchy’s ad campaign for spring 2013, coupled with the first ad image featuring  Mariacarla Boscono, our anticipation for the full campaign was sky high.  Now the entire campaign has been released, revealing a family-based theme featuring real moments in each model’s lives. Featured models are Kate Moss, Marina Abramovic, Jose Maria Manzaranes, Jared Buckhiester and Mariacarla Boscono (with her baby). Shot by famed fashion photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Biggott, as creatively directed by Riccardo Tisci, the official campaign images also include a great behind-the-scenes video below.


All campaign images can be found on the next page.

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Ad Campaign: Mariacarla Boscono For Givenchy Spring 2013

18 December 2012, 14.31 | Posted in Fashion, advertisement | 1 comment »

Givenchy SS13 Ad Campaign: Mariacarla Boscono For Givenchy Spring 2013
Model Mariacarla Boscono as photographed with her baby girl, Marialucas, continues her duties as the face for Givenchy for Spring 2013, a campaign  shot by Mert & Marcus and styled by Carine Roitfeld. The ad reveal comes on the heels of the brand’s “Le Rouge” lipstick campaign, also featuring Boscono. Look here for more Givenchy Spring ads soon to come featuring Kate Moss and Marina Abramovic.

Natalia Vodianova For W Magazine December Issue

07 December 2012, 16.21 | Posted in Magazines | No comments »

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W magazine’s December issue features Natalia Vodianova, shot by Mert & Marcus for a spread titled “Sleep No More,” which shows the model dreamlike in a flooded apartment. Totally in love with the colors, I keep wondering if the water is real or if it’s photo-shopped. Any pros out there?

Check out the full spread on the next page.

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Ad: Tom Ford Beauty With Snejana Onopka Autumn 2012

08 August 2012, 18.25 | Posted in advertisement | No comments »

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Tom Ford joins 25-year-old Ukranian model Snejana Onopka as shot by Mert & Marcus for the label’s beauty print ad campaign for Autumn 2012. Ford’s perfectly groomed stubble is as much a part of the the company’s branding efforts as the glossy red lips and smokey eyes shown on featured models. It’s very distinctly a retro-glam look a la 80s/90s, and whether it is your cup of tea or not, one cannot deny how instantly identifiable the look is with the Tom Ford brand.

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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