Fashion Video: Vogue Italia January 2014 The Collections by Steven Meisel.

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Backstage video of Vogue Italia’s January 2014 cover

Model : Julia Nobis, Vanessa Axente, Sasha Luss, Iselin Steiro, Lexi Boling, Jamie Bochert, Ashleigh Good, Cindy Bruna and Caroline de Maigret

Photographed by Steven Meisel.

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Fashion Video: An Le “An Accidental Fall” for Vogue Italia.


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An Le “An Accidental Fall” for Vogue Italia.


Photographer: An Le
Stylist: Phuong My
Hair by Elsa using Oribe Hair Care for Shuly NY
Make-up: Dominique Samuel usingTom Ford beauty
Model: Alyona Subbotina (Supreme)
Special effects: Dylan Auman
Location: Centralia, PA (USA)



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Fashion Photography: An Le “An Accidental Fall” for Vogue Italia.


Fashion Photography: An Le “An Accidental Fall” for Vogue Italia.


Speechless impressions of the graphite colors in Centralia, Pennsylvania embrace the mystery mood of editorial captured by An Le for Vogue Italia’s Talent shooting. Gloomy colors of smoky zone juxtapose with the styling concept of Phuong My.  Embellished gowns skillfully crafted with the cascade of beading, sequins and sophisticated oranamentation  from the haute couture fashion week infuse the intensive expression of Japanese dance called Butoh.The historical context of the old coal mine explosion that emits the burning smokes from underground for over 50 years merges with the ethereal haute couture fashion.

Following the concept the photographer An Le outlines to Vogue Italia:

“I wanted to capture the fragility as well as resilience of a human body in the grandness of nature which could be both gentle and vicious. The images that we did for the talent shooting is inspired by the Japanese dance called Butoh (Dance of the shadow).”

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Photographer: An Le
Stylist: Phuong My
Hair by Elsa using Oribe Hair Care for Shuly NY
Make-up: Dominique Samuel usingTom Ford beauty
Model: Alyona Subbotina (Supreme)
Special effects: Dylan Auman
Location: Centralia, PA (USA)
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Fashion Inspiration: Persephoni Spring/Summer 2014


The sleek shine of silver metal mingled with the smooth black leather structure depicts the concept of accessories line by Persephoni.  Simple yet refined line of Greek brand is accentuated with the razor-sharp edges composed of geometrical forms, triangle shapes and cubic patterns. The asceticism of steel is juxtaposed with the softness of fur, leather laxity as well as flexibility of snake-skin. The collection presents the renown geometrical 3D necklaces and solid block bracelets published in numerous magazines including such publications as Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Numero Tokyo, Numero Paris, Harper’s Bazaar among others. Persephoni enriched the accessories line with new elements like leather harnesses, cube, geometrical and rounded pouches, half-sphere backpacks, cone-shaped watch bracelets. The fashion statement with the Persephoni’s accessories is taken for granted.


Persephoni Spring/Summer 2014


Make up: Eva Dimoveli

Model: Gwen Lu

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Fashion Video: Vogue Italia October 2011 Mechanical Dolls by Tim Walker



The mesmerizing concept of  fairy tale captivated through mechanical dolls is definitely one of  the most recognizable presentations by renowned fashion photographer –  Tim Walker.  The peculiarity of tales with its bewildering mystery and chase for purity were unveiled in the editorial “Mechanical Dolls ” featured on Vogue Italia’ October 2011 Issue. Enjoy the backstage video of the ‘Mechanical Dolls’ editorial from Vogue Italia October 2011 featuring Audrey Marnay & Kirsi Pyrhonen photographed by Tim Walker.

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Fashion Photohgraphy: ‘Multi-Ethnic Gallery’ by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia January 2013



Revealing and praising treasure trove scattered aroung the globe…



Photographed by Paolo Roversi

Models : Mimi Xu, Denni Elias, Camila Costa, Diariata Niang, Sofia Boutella, Yana Sheptovetskaya, Maria Borges, Miyuki & Ikue Uramune, Alyssah Ali, Karina T, Grace Mahary, Mai Lan & Hanaa Ben Abdesslem for Vogue Italia – January 2013

Styled by Cathy Edwards
Hair by Marc Lopez 
Makeup by Lucia Pica

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“So full of dreams”- Eniko Mihalik by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia July 2012

Vogue Italia July 2012

Editorial: So Full of Dreams
Photography by: Ellen von Unwerth
Stylist: Leith Clark
Model: Eniko Mihalik

Hair: Samantha Hillerby
Make-up: Sam Bryant
Manicure: Jenny Longworth
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Ethereal vibes of the enchanted forest with the Eniko Mihalik at the forefront as one of the beautiful nymphs is photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia July 2012 edition. The editorial “So full of dreams” unveils a captivating story that visually resembles fairy tale aesthetics with the sublime aura of the forest surroundings merged with the mysterious beauty of Eniko. The model that looks completely immersed in her thoughts, treads softly on the mossy forest bed, lies in the meadow covered with the blossoms and takes a stroll on the river shore. Eniko is dressed up in a lightweight dress enriched with the floral pattern and sparkling details accompanied with the flowery garlands and jewelry headpieces.

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Fashion Focus: Sporty theme in Fashion Editorials

The summer 2012 period flourishes with the major sport events including EURO 2012 in Poland and Ukraine as well as the long anticipated London Olympics that will definitely bring  immense audience and great loads of emotions. There is also a distinctive response from the fashion world highly inspired by the epic athleticism, sporting life, body workout and healthy lifestyle. Numerous catwalks from Spring/Summer 2012 season covered the athletic theme introducing sporty uniform silhouettes, relaxed structures, body-con outlines and sport-inspired details of mesh fabrics, baseball caps. The fashion editorials continually unveil sporty theme merging haute couture and glamour with physical activity, gymnastics and numerous sport disciplines. The strong athletic factor clashes with high fashion forming the new definition of elegance for Summer 2012. Take a glimpse on our sporty theme in fashion editorials:

Sport and Glamour – Vogue Italia June 2012

Photography by: Francesco Carrozzini
Model:  Jourdan Dunn

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Olympiad  by Mikael Jansson- Interview Magazine

Photography by Mikael Jansson

Models:  Matthew Terry, Constance Jablonski, Suvi Koponen, Myles Crosby and Nicklas Kingo

Fashion Editor/Stylist: Karl Templer

Hair Stylist: Eugene Souleiman

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Karlie Kloss by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US June 2012

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“Sporting Couture” –  Dazed & Confused

Photography by Richard Burbridge

Hair stylist: Laurent Philippon

Model: Vlada Roslyakova

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Christy Turlington by Simon Upton for Harper’s Bazaar Singapore March 2012

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Ghost in the Shell – photography by Maciej Boryna

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Glam and Sporty – Natasha Poly by Craig McDean, Vogue Italia March 2010

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L’ILE AUX ASHBY – graphic magic mixture of “Cosmopolitan Beau”

Clever mixture of art deco, architecture, graphic geometry and pop culture is the indicator of “Cosmopolitan Beau “– color adorned graphic collection under the signature of L’ILE AUX ASHBY (pronounce as “L” “OR” “ASH” “B”).  Manifesting the style of a smart urbanite, the designer Rayson Tan invites us into the enchanting fashion art story unveiling bold graphic accessories and clothing. Precise cut detailing, classy cartoon trig and vivid diversity of colors encompass the concept of the collection in three essential attributes – quality, detail and exclusivity.

Crafted in cohesion with individuality, the collection depicts a medley of shapes revealing their importance in our lifestyles. Architectural twist of squares and rectangular shapes can provide us with the feeling of protection and safety. Circles along with art deco and pop culture inclinations enhance to fulfill the harmony in our lives. Triangular forms convey the dynamism of progression or movement. The fusion of all the influential shapes from the collection establish the state of mind and heart outlining complex yet unique balance.

The creative mind of L’ILE AUX ASHBY, Rayson Tan graduated from Communication Design from LASALLE SIA College of The Arts in Singapore. In 2005 he won Red Dot Design Concept, an international award signifying the prestige of good design in products. Having experience as a graphic designer, Rayson continued his fashion affinity with accessories design. L’ILE AUX ASHBY brand has many publications in VOGUE, VOGUE Italia, Glamour UK, Surface Asia and

Rayson believes that design is the welcome mist of air in our environment. “Design envelops us, creating an impact in our daily routine. I have a strong desire to create the best designs that will hopefully revolutionize the way people perceive their surroundings; my intentions are to unlock the eyes and provoke thoughts. I am often spellbound with the world around me and that is where I find my inspiration.” (Quoted text from the Press Release)


Special Thanks to Rayson Tan, the founder of L’ILE AUX ASHBY for help and assistance.

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L’ile aux Ashby – “Cosmopolitan Beau”
Model: Natalie |WM|
Featuring Designer: Rayson Tan |L’ile aus Ashby|
Stylist: Mile Supakasem
Photographer: Surachai Saengsuwan

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