I love this editorial featuring Meghan Collison in Vogue Russia titled Manhattan Express that was shot by Paul Wetherell. The red accents, the menswear inspired outfits, a dash of pleats and lace for femininity and those floppy hats! Sadly I can’t carry off these floppy hats thanks to my teeny-tiny head but I most certainly admire them on others.
Now, feast your eyes! (WARNING: Some pics are NSFW!)
This Material Girls editorial featuring Karlie Kloss and Edie Campbell shot by Craig McDean for Vogue Magazine is such a fun throwback to the 60s fashion trends. The structured silhouette, the geometric prints, and what I adore most is the use of different textures and mix of prints in styling the outfits. A fun way to experiment with fashion, that’s for sure!
Linda Evangelista is one of the supermodels from the 80s that I adore. She has chiseled cheeks and a versatile look and still looks gorgeous as ever! I’d like to look this fabulous when I get to her age plsandthankyou! Oh, not to forget, love the classic outfits in the editorial, too.
Who’s your favorite supermodel from the 80s, if any?
I have been meaning to write posts about models that I like but have just been putting it off (I know, so bad!) but this would be a good one to start off. Model Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic are definitely one HOT couple!
The following editorial appears in the latest issue of Man About Town photographed by Camilla Akrans:
Of all the pics, my favorite is the second as I find it very sensual, oh-such-a-tease. Past editorials that have both of them featured would be in the Russian Glamour magazine. Following are two shots that I liked from that editorial:
And some more shots from another editorial for a magazine this past April 2009:
Anja Rubik hails from Poland while Sasha Knezevic is Yugoslavian. They are both currently signed under Next Model Management. They were featured together in the GAP holiday campaign last year and have since been together.
What do you think of them as a couple? Hot or not? Definitely sizzling hot to me!