Our favorite retro-inspired photographer has three beautiful new editorials out right now that showcase some of her new and long standing muses. The Spring 2014 ads for the lingerie line Chantal Thomass star one of EVU’s newest faces, model Eva Doll, wearing some of the flirtatious and fun pieces from the newest collection. She teams up again with Diane Kruger, whose vintage looks fit in so perfectly with EVU’s style, for a colorful, Chanel-inspired series of photos and then with two new faces Magda Laguinge and Paula Bertolini for some gender bending wonderfulness.
Last month I posted about this up and coming new model, Gigi Hadid. Her fresh face, curly, big hair and curves are a beautiful flashback to the heyday of the Supers, when it was more about shape than thinness. She’s had a busy few months – on top of being one of the rookies in this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and walking during New York Fashion Week she’s also been photographed by Sebastian Faena for three different editorials, as well as by Bruce Weber for the cover story for Carine Roitfeld’s Fashion Book and featured in Galore Magazine’s Erotica Calender.
The publicity machine for Game of Thrones is going full steam ahead with the premiere of season 4 only weeks away. Along with these two beautiful editorials of Emilia Clarke and Sophie Turner, the cast is featured on the cover of the April issue of Vanity Fair. Having the Game of Thrones cast photographed by Annie Leibovitz is a beautiful marriage of styles. Leibovitz is a master when it comes to group shots, and the dark, sweeping drama of the Starks and Lannisters lends itself perfectly to her lush, emotional portrait style. The scans of the Vanity Fair are from here, and you can read the full article from the issue here. And thanks to Sophie-Turner.com for the Sophie editorial.
Georgia May Jagger comes off a great showing at the Fashion Weeks with this new editoral photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Nippon. Featuring Georgia May with model Chiharu Okunugi is a romp through Disneyland Paris, styled as cartoon couture. I love all the plushy accessories, and the contrasting of bold reds with white. While we’re talking about Georgia May, let’s also look at this photoshoot of hers from last summer by David Bellemere.