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    Diana Vreeland Memos: The Vogue Years by Alexander Vreeland The words of Diana Vreeland resonate even in today's ever evolving beauty and fashion markets. The former Vogue editor played a major role in fashion from the early 1900s through the 1970s in ways that only Anna Wintour has been able to come close to. Her…
  • 'Poetic Illustions' by Mat Gustafson for Vogue China - Rock The Trend
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    Mat Gustafson‘s interpretations of Dior haute couture, are translated by subtle traces of details made by water colours, creating rather lyrical depictions of high fashion; poetic illustrations. The Swedish born artist’s elegant illustrations form silhouettes, which are draped with strokes and blotches of the most vibrant shades. These illustrations are published in the December issue of Vogue …
  • 8 Books for Any Beauty Fashion Fan Southern Beauty Blog
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    Diana Vreeland Memos: The Vogue Years by Alexander Vreeland The words of Diana Vreeland resonate even in today's ever evolving beauty and fashion markets. The former Vogue editor played a major role in fashion from the early 1900s through the 1970s in ways that only Anna Wintour has been able to come close to. Her…
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    Floor Stoop / Mike van der Giessen. Floor’s born in Holland and graduated ‘cum laude’ in 1994 from T.S.O in Antwerp, Belgium (a technical photography study).After receiving her allround diploma and certificate as photographer she focused on fashion and portraits. In 1995 she operated from her own studio in Holland and worked i.a; Berlin,Paris, Milan,New-York and Peking. In 2001 she moved to Paris and engaged in a Photoshop-course at the University. Now she’s living and working in Amsterdam and her work varies from fashion and beauty to portrets of celebrities,to commercial work and art-projects. Her work has been published in a wide variety of magazines; i.a BLVD,La Vie en Rose, Linda, Beaumonde,celebrity, Avantgarde man, Votre Beaute, Dutch, and many others. She’s won several prestigious prizes throughout her career like ‘the greatest picture contest in the world( American photo, NYC). Floor is selected as winner in The Coca Cola Light ’Seduction 2005’,NUPERSPECTIVE,TONI&GUY award LONDON, and her pictures won in various coiffure-awards In 2005 Fotofloor’s grown to a partnership and she teamed up with Mike to be able to deliver pixelfresh digital productions next to her high quality analogue work.
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    A blog by: karishma A collection of pictures with words and quotes. Follow us on Twitter Email:...
  • 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.
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  • Louis Vuitton, The Birth Of Modern Luxury - English Version
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    This richly illustrated volume explores Louis Vuitton's extraordinary 150-year history of tradition, innovation and craftsmanship against a backdrop of sweeping social, cultural and industrial change. - Written by Paul-Gérard Pasols, a longtime consultant to Louis Vuitton, with full access to the company's archives - 540 pages - 660 archive photographs and illustrations - English version published by Abrams - French version published by Editions de La Martinière - Published in October 2005
  • Alec Strang Fashion Illustrations
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    I really like Alec Strang's Fashion Illustrations. They remind me a bit of Laura Laine's work but with a more artsy/darker style. Recent graduate from The London College of Communication, Strang has just collaborated with fashion 'Knitwear' designer Derek Lawlor for his AW 2010 showcase at London Fashion Week. Be sure to check his Showreel Video below.

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