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  • Gisele Bundchen exhibits Military Fashion in Vogue Latin Magazine May 2010 Fashion Fame
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    Gisele Bundchen graces Vogue Latin Magazine flaunting military fashion. Gisele Bundchen on Vogue May 2010 issue is looking gorgeous wearing khaki.
  • Megan Fox in Jalouse Magazine “I would not trade my place with an unattractive girl”
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    Megan Fox is featured in an interesting spread in the April issue of Jalouse Magazine, where she makes a few comments on her insecurities and looks: On posing for magazine covers and ads: "I hate taking pictures, I never watch them, otherwise I would have wanted to change everything. I prefer not to see any and trust the photographer, who knows his job." On the importance of her looks: "I live well with my image, I cannot complain, I would not trade my place with an unattractive girl." ... says 25 year-old Megan. Many more when you turn the page!
  • Alexa Chung Bow-Pretty for Teen Vogue's November 2011 Issue
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    Alexa Chung is Teen Vogue's November 2011 issue cover girl. Photographed by Paola Kudacki and styled by Heathermary Jackson wearing a Stella McCartney Dress on the cover. Inside Alexa shares: On he...
  • Photography by Beck Rocchi
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    Beck Rocchi inherited her love for photography from her dad, after having showed her how to use his Nikon when she was 13: "- Yeah, and it simply grew from there. He was such a gifted and passionate photographer, and I believe I would never have found it without him. He used to photograph my mum, so beautifully. After that I was always the girl with the camera in her bag. As the years went on and technology advanced it went from a small film camera, to a small digital, to a big digital SLR. I never studied it - but I think that is what makes my style a little different. Its all about how you see the world - and that is in your mind and your heart." After growing up in Melbourne, Beck is now based out of beautiful Byron Bay, surely an inspirational location. Other sources of inspiration are beauty, color, light, symmetry, movement, reflections, details, mistakes, and of course life: "- But most of all the power of capturing moments in time that will stay frozen forever." Her work hasn't been published in any publications yet, but something tells us it's not far away. Her plan for the future are to embrace, grow and develop her photography, writing, and her mind. Of other things: " - Travel and documentary photography has always been the thing that fires me up, that stirs me deeply and gets me excited. I love throwing myself into a foreign environment - among new visuals, strange customs and unknown places. I feed off new ideas and challenges which means I get restless easily in familiar environments of mundane routine. It is an exciting ever-changing pathway for me to continue on!" Here's some of her work: More pictures inside the post.
  • Lost in Wonderland by Elouise van Riet-Gray
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    Elouise van Riet-Gray has been shooting for a few years, but it wasn't until recently that she started pushing it into fashion photography. In fact, if you had asked her a few years ago she wouldn't even know she was going to make her living of photography at all: "- It took me a long time to work out what I wanted to do for a career and it wasn't till after I had children that I finally worked out I was creative. Although I must credit my best friend for giving me a photography book for my 21st birthday, she obviously knew me better than I did then. I really love the collaboration and the creative process of fashion due to combination of eclectic creative minds." Shooting for a lot of commercial clients, Elouise hasn't been able to dedicate much time to fashion photography and getting published. But today she's making her debut on Ben Trovato with a truly magical exclusive story called Lost in Wonderland, featuring wonderful model Lydia Hunt with Viviens Models. Holly Janet Ryan did the styling, while Meg Durrington did hair and make up. Elouise says this about the story: "- The location was an inspiration for this story. Its at a place called the "Old Museum" in Brisbane. Its just on the edge of the CBD but has this crazy garden. Well cared for by Eduardo, he was so proud of his oversized corn, I had to take a shot in the corn....the one with the blue dress and yellow hat. It initially wasn't intended to reference "Alice in Wonderland" but it seemed to head that way during the shoot, so we casually pursued the feeling." She loves the ability to be theatrical and surreal with fashion photography, and says colors, and especially bright colors inspires her: "- My work generally ends up coming back to strong colours and unusual colour combinations. The photographers who stick in my mind also use bright colours, Greg kadel, Troyt Coburn, but an exception to the rule is Rodney Smith." Ben Trovato is thrilled to present Lost in Wonderland by Elouise van Riet-Gray, for Ben Trovato: Credits Photography and Retouching - Elouise van Riet-Gray Assistant photographer - George Le Couteur Hair & Make up - Meg Durrington Styling - Holly Janet Ryan Model - Lydia Hunt @ Viviens Models Full story inside the post.
  • Ellen von Unwerth
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    Ellen von Unwerth (born 1954 in Frankfurt, Germany) is a photographer and director, specializing in erotic femininity. She worked as a fashion model for ten years herself before moving behind the camera, and now makes fashion, editorial, and advertising photographs. Ellen von Unwerth found fame when she first photographed Claudia Schiffer for Guess? Jeans. Her work has been published in top magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, The Face, Arena, L'Uomo Vogue and I-D, and she has published several books of photography. She won first prize at the International Festival of Fashion Photography in 1991. Von Unwerth did promotional photography for Duran Duran from 1994-1997 and did some photography for their 1990 album Liberty and 1997 album Medazzaland. Her work has been seen on other album covers, such as Bananarama's Pop Life (1991), Cathy Dennis' Am I the Kinda Girl? (1996), Janet Jackson's The Velvet Rope (1997), British R&B group All Saints' Saints & [...]
  • Young Romantics by Chelsea Millunchick
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    Australian photographer, make up artist and blogger Chelsea Millunchick has just shot her first Ben Trovato Exclusive, called Young Romantics. The story that was shot at a beach in Half Moon Bay in California features models Brendon Beck and Nikki Winge with City Models San Francisco, who were styled by Ashley Farnaz, had hair done by Jenelle Oldham, and make up by Chelsea herself. Chelsea says this about the story: "- This story is about young romantics, and that feeling you get when you first fall in love. It's that special moment when two lovers first share this secret together and they feel as if they are the only two people alive in the world. It's a wonderful sense of freedom and invincibility. Love is full of happy, quiet and intimate moments and it was important for me to capture all of these emotions. To emphasize the lover's seclusion, we shot at a wonderful deserted beach in Half Moon Bay, California. We worked as an amazing team who understood and appreciated the concept so it was carried out quite beautifully." She's currently based out of San Francisco, and has had her work featured in publications such as VECU magazine and Cellardoor magazine, before today making her debut on Ben Trovato. Greatly inspired by nature and the timeless beauty of women, she loves to photograph girls in a more natural and genuine state: "- It's so the viewer can feel an authentic connection with the model. There is something magical about the elegance and vulnerability of a woman, and I like to capture those more intimate moments that inspire a story." Chelsea is a make up artist by trade, and has been working with fashion photographers for the past 5 years: "- Working alongside talented photographers inspired me to become part of the bigger picture and I felt the need to create my own images and concepts. Then about 8 months ago, I started to photograph models and I absolutely love it." Here's Young Romantics by Chelsea Millunchick, for Ben Trovato: Credits Photography - Chelsea Millunchick Make up - Chelsea Millunchick Hair - Jenelle Oldham Styling - Ashley Farnaz Models - Brendon Beck & Nikki Winge @ City Models San Francisco Full story inside post.
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  • Laura Laine’s Fashion Illustrations
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    Laura Laine is an amazingly talented fashion illustrator. She has studied fashion design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, with a focus on fashion illustration. After completing her studies she has been working full-time as a freelace illustrator. Her clients include Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, H&M, Iben Hoej, Daniel Palillo, The New York Times Magazine, Elle Girl, The Guardian, and Páp Magazine. Her predominantly black and white illustrations are hauntingly beautiful and delicate, but they sometimes have a rather dark or even eccentric, burtonesque feel to them. One of the main characteristics of her drawings is the incredibly fine and detailed line work, which manages to suggest a great variety of textures (fur, silk, wool, leather etc.). Further, there is a certain motion quality to her illustrations which is conveyed by the gracefully twisted body postures and the splendidly flowing long hair of her characters. The above (apparently mirrored) illustration featuring two young women each holding a fox is entitled “kitsune” (Japanese for “fox”) and was created for Kitsune Noir’s desktop wallpaper project. You can download it there in different sizes and admire it in high quality. See below for several other pieces by this talented Finnish illustrator.
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  • Laura Laine’s Fashion Illustrations
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    Laura Laine is an amazingly talented fashion illustrator. She has studied fashion design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, with a focus on fashion illustration. After completing her studies she has been working full-time as a freelace illustrator. Her clients include Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, H&M, Iben Hoej, Daniel Palillo, The New York Times Magazine, Elle Girl, The Guardian, and Páp Magazine. Her predominantly black and white illustrations are hauntingly beautiful and delicate, but they sometimes have a rather dark or even eccentric, burtonesque feel to them. One of the main characteristics of her drawings is the incredibly fine and detailed line work, which manages to suggest a great variety of textures (fur, silk, wool, leather etc.). Further, there is a certain motion quality to her illustrations which is conveyed by the gracefully twisted body postures and the splendidly flowing long hair of her characters. The above (apparently mirrored) illustration featuring two young women each holding a fox is entitled “kitsune” (Japanese for “fox”) and was created for Kitsune Noir’s desktop wallpaper project. You can download it there in different sizes and admire it in high quality. See below for several other pieces by this talented Finnish illustrator.
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  • Jared Leto Gets A Mohawk To Celebrate The End Of Fashion Week
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    Read and discover celebrities news and photos from New York published in - Jared Leto Gets A Mohawk To Celebrate The End Of Fashion Week
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