Canadian super model CoCo Rocha is in Hot CoCo looking so Avant Gaurd in every ensamble photographer Gabor Jurina has shot for Fashion Mag. I would love to look like this everyday. I would leave the wild woman hair and alabaster skin, but the clothes can come with me.
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So I’m a few days late, six to be exact, on the Kelly Osbourne spread by Fault Mag. I’ve been sleepy after work so I do apologize to my readers, but I promise I will get back on my grind. Any who, Kelly Osbourne looks A-MAZ in this spread for the cover she is wearing super long stilleto nails that creates a strong editorial border line avant gaurd look. I’m proud of her and it feels good to say that she is a style maven and quite a bossy little chic.
Photograph by Cedric Buchet. Styled by Bill Mullen. Fashion assistants: Mauricio Quezada and Mollie Maguire. Hair by Neeko at Dew Beauty Agency and Salon Sessions using Oribe. Makeup by Kara Yoshimoto Bua for Chanel using Revlon. Manicure by Deborah Lippmann. Halle Berry models every season’s wardrobe essentials: a great jacket and classic denim. Salvatore Ferragamo jacket, $17,300; (800) 628-8916. Isabel Marant shirt, $145; (212) 219-2284. Hermès belt, $2,050; hermes.com. Guess jeans, $98;guess.com. Janis by Janis Savitt necklace, $588, bracelets, $625 and $940, and rings, $125, $150 and $200; (212) 245-7396. Source: T WINTER WOMENS 2012
On how her mother helped shape her into the women she has become
My mother helped me identify myself the way the world would identify me. Bloodlines didn’t matter as much as how I would be perceived” — as beautiful but also as a black woman in a world in which the images of beautiful, successful black women were notably absent.
On being mixed race
Being biracial is sort of like being in a secret society. Most people I know of that mix have a real ability to be in a room with anyone, black or white.
On her beauty and self-esteem
Just because they see my face doesn’t mean they see me. A person’s self-esteem has nothing to do with how she looks. If it’s true that I’m beautiful, I’m proof of that. Self-esteem comes from who you have in your life. How you were raised. What you struggled with as a child.
On why she is grounded
I come from humble beginnings. I always felt like the underdog. Behind the eight ball. I learned not to be too high on the hog. Even that night I won the Oscar, I had a fundamental knowing, it was just a moment in time. Driving home that night, back to my house, I felt like Cinderella. I said, ‘When this night is over, I’m going back to who I was.’ And I did.
On being hounded by paparazzi day in day out
They’re outside my house every morning, I get it about the celebrity stuff. It’s part of my job to recognize that there’s a certain part of my life the public wants to hear about. But it’s not okay that they’re doing terrible things to my daughter. One night, after they chased us, it took me two hours just to get her calmed down enough to get to sleep.
On why she hasn’t been able to find the right partner
God just wanted to mix up my life. Maybe he was thinking, ‘This girl can’t get everything! I’m going to give her a broken picker.
On why she so desperately wants to move out of America
I can’t grow my daughter in L.A. You take a little child who is just trying to learn about the world and have all these people with cameras chasing after her, calling things out to her about her mother. It’s starting to make her feel special and different. I want her to feel special and different, but not for the reason of being my child.
On what she would do if she didn’t have the press in her face for a day
I’d go to the market with my daughter. Go to Santa Monica Pier and take her on a ride. Nothing special. Just live some normal life for once
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The Wonderland magazine is featuring Julia Valimaki for the fall 2012 issue in a beauty editorial called ‘’A flash in the dark.’’ Model Julia Valimaki was photographed by Bjarne Jonasson. Make-up artistry was created by artist Kelly Cornwell. The makeup artistry is amazing, clean and unique. The photographer adds strong shots, perfection of lighting, and a little camera magic bringing together a dynamic collaboration between makeup artist and photography. Thanks Wonderland Mag for an inspiring beauty editorial .
V Magazine’s Spain Fall issue features Kim Kardashian lavished in feathers, a silk night gown and a gorgeous statement necklace. The V Mag cover happens to be Kim K hundredth magazine cover for the infamous diva this year. The cover was shot by photographer, Nick Knight and I have to say he truly captured a beautiful image.
POP Magazine Fall/Winter 2012 issue features a high-gloss editorial with models Herieth Paul and Jeneil Williams shot by German photographer Daniel Sannwald. The editorial is amazonian inspired created by fashion editor Tamara Rothstein and styled by makeup artist Frankie Boyd and hairstylist Laurent Philippon.
The September issue of Elle Vietnam features models Sung Hee Kim and Ma Jing in a beauty spread with soft yet romantically bold looks. The spread was shot by Stockton Johnson. The makeup artist is Nam Vo and hair styling was done by Yoichi Tomizawa . Wardrobe styling was done by Susan Joy. Each bold color choice pops with each look because they are against a clean neutral background. Looking at these three images above you can obviously tell which color is the accent shade. Beautiful and well done.
Noomi Rapace is known for being the girl in the mystery films “The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo” and now known for staring in the alien warfare film Prometheus. Nomi poses for Dazed and Confused magazine in a supernova editorial to talk about letting her character Lisbeth die so she can come back to life. The photography for this editorial was shot by Solve Sundsbo and styled by Katie Shillingford
Lady Gaga has the front cover of Vogue for the September 2012 issue. The issue was photographed by Mert and Marcus. Lady Gaga has an inside spread as well stunningly wearing a purple Marc Jacobs gown. The September issue also celebrates the 120th anniversary of the magazine.Lady Gaga Tweeted describing the cover image by saying “I’m totally channeling fozzibear.” I guessing she’s describing her hair.
25 Magazine pays tribute to the model altruists, with a beautiful special portfolio by Paola Kudacki. Focusing on women with “brains, savvy and, perhaps most significantly, dedication to a cause close to their heart” the series features Iman, Anja Rubik, Veronika Varekova,Elettra Wiedemann, Coco Rocha, Petra Nemcova, Liya Kebede, Katharina Harf, Summer Rayne and Helena Christensen in striking black and white images.
All photos courtesy of 25 Magazine.
Elle Vietnam beauty editorial features the beautiful Elsa Andrade. Photography was done by fashion and art photographer Xie Sinsongu. Misha Shahzada the makeup artist focused on bold winged eyeliner, red lips, lashes and lid embellishments to make every look pop with drama, high fashion and sophistication. I hope you enjoy the rest of the pictures below.
Naomi Campbell models like no other I tell yah! She slays for her shoot with W Magazine for their July isssue! She wears designers Prada,Etro,Fendi and Louis Vuitton! Shot by Emma Summerton and styled by Giovanna Battaglia I dont what got over me, but for some reason I own this magazine, but never posted on the blog, well here it is, I hope im not tooo late Lady Campbell herself showed us the way to go retro, and boy did she do it right.
There was a structured, geometric quality to the Mugler Spring 2013 collection, a study in sharp suiting and stark shapes that found inspiration in the depths of the sea. The look was simple and pared-down, very “i vacation in far far far away places” with each look presenting a graphic shape the felt like a play of lines and angles.
It was Nicola Formichetti’s strongest and most cohesive outing yet for the legendary French house, with a clear direction and vision that seemed to reflect his growing into his new role. There was also a distinct emphasis on tailoring, a promising departure for a label better-known for stylistic frills and a studied seriousness that was refreshingly absent here. That oceanic idea expressed itself in a soothing sea-foam green that appeared here and there and an overall shimmering translucence, as well as in the peeks of skin beneath jackets that hinted at futuristic swimwear designs. It was, on the whole, an unassailable argument that Formichetti has come into his own as designer as well as stylist.