sábado, 18 de junho de 2011

Loren Kemp by Rokas Darulis for Fashion Gone Rogue

The Enchanting Loren – Rokas Darulis photographs redhead beauty Loren Kemp for Fashion Gone Rogue’s latest exclusive. Sticking to the old adage less is more, stylist Adele Cany provides a wardrobe of laid-back pieces from the likes of Topshop, DKNY and H&M. Topped off with sex kitten hair and makeup by Marina Alejandre, the result is nothing short of perfection.

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Chadwick Tyler Interview | FGR Exclusive

Photographer Chadwick Tyler first came to prominence in the art world for his raw, emotive photographs of young women. In the recent years, the Florida raised photographer has also created a niche for himself in fashion with images featured in publications such as Dazed & ConfusedVogue Turkey and V Magazine to name a few. In this rapid fire Q&A, Tyler opens up to FGR with subjects ranging from the industry to his work and bad high school haircuts.
FGR:If you could photograph anyone, living or nonliving, who would it be?
Tyler: When I started shooting, I wanted to shoot 3 girls. The only one I have left on that list is Lily Cole.
What type of music do you listen to when you’re on set? 
Tyler: Somewhere between Merle Haggard, The Deftones and Blind Willie Johnson.
You are known for having more conceptual work. Who or what are your biggest inspirations? 
Tyler: Balm, Florida
I want my work to…
Tyler: Yes

How do you think the internet has changed fashion?
Tyler: More Immediate, Less Significant.
What advice would you give to aspiring photographers?
Tyler: Quit, you probably will not succeed.
If I wasn’t a photographer, I would be…
Tyler: Fishing.


When I was a teenager I was…
Tyler: showcasing some really bad hair cuts.
Looking at your bio, you first started off shooting still life works rather than fashion photography, what attracted you to the fashion field? 
Tyler: It is a lot easier to learn how to take pictures of something that doesn’t talk back. Beautiful girls.
If you could photograph anyone, living or nonliving, who would it be? 
Tyler: When I started shooting, I wanted to shoot 3 girls. The only one I have left on that list is Lily Cole.

What was the last movie you watched and did you enjoy it?
Tyler: Herb and Dorothy, Yes.
In a lot of your work, the models are nude. What makes the human body such an interesting subject for you? 
Tyler: I think my images can explain that more than I can.
It seems that you aren’t afraid of letting a model look “raw” in a shoot. It’s very different from the high gloss productions we normally see in magazines, what inspires you to capture your subject in that way? 
Tyler: I like things before

When you’re not shooting, what can we find you doing? 
Tyler: Sleeping
Lastly, can you tell us anything about your future projects?
Tyler: I am very excited to be working with Damiani on my first book that is scheduled to release in the fall of 2012 and my second solo gallery show.

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Belle Vere by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia June 2011

Belle Vere – Celebrating body diversity, Vogue Italia’s June cover shoot features plus size models in a lush setting for a story of undeniable sensuality and elegance. Captured by Steven Meisel, models Candice Huffine, Tara Lynn and Robyn Lawley strip down to boudoir ensembles from the likes of Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana and Agent Provocateur styled by Edward Enninful.

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terça-feira, 7 de junho de 2011

Natasa Vojnovic & Irina Lazareanu for Superfine Fall 2011 Lookbook

Gypsy Punk – Denim label Superfine enlists some top model power for its fall 2011 lookbook featuring Natasa Vojnovic and Irina Lazareanu. Superfine designer Lucy Pinter was inspired by an unusual combination of influences including old photos of Roma Gypsies and the godfather of punk Malcom McLaren for the autumn collection. However, Pinter found the perfect marriage between the two with wool and denim materials accented by faded leather, union jacks, Prince of Wales checks and bondage accessories.

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sexta-feira, 3 de junho de 2011

Rose Smith by Steven Chee for Fashion Gone Rogue

Every Thorn – Fall and summer fashion collides for a story of sensuous solitude told through the lens of Steven Chee. Donning lingerie inspired ensembles styled by Marina Didovich, model Rose Smith finds sanctuary in a lush outdoor setting where the body-hugging designs of Miu Miu, The Stolen Girlfriends Club, Karen Walker and others serve as the perfect accents to a picturesque backdrop. /
Hair by Michael Brennan
Makeup by Charlie Kielty 

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