Recent Léa Seydoux Editorials

November 6th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Gosh but I love Bond Women. I do not care about the new James Bond movie. I do not care for Daniel Craig. I do not feel shame that I really only love the Pierce Bronson Bond movies. I feel a bit of shame that I don’t harshly critique Pierce’s singing voice in Mamma Mia. It’s bad! But it’s also BEAUTIFUL, for Pierce is beautiful. If I don’t stop myself I will segue this paragraph into a talk about Timothy Dalton and how I didn’t much care for him as Bond, but now he’s in his 70s and I want him inside me. Oh no, it’s happening! Have you guys seen the way he holds tiny Eva Green on Penny Dreadful and tells her everything is going to be ok? HAVE YOU? Have you seen his sexy badger beard? Do you drift off into a dreamy dreamland where it’s 1991 and he and Pierce are kissing? DO YOU? What?

Here are some gorgeous pictures of Léa Seydoux. I realized while I was looking at them that I like every picture of Léa Seydoux. She’s perfectly emotive, so sexy, and she wears clothes so beautifully. Léa is also in the Colin Farrell movie The Lobster this Holiday AWard Season. Maybe go see that instead of Spectre. Maybe watch Penny Dreadful. Maybe we should all just stop what we’re doing and watch Mamma Mia real quick. But first – look at these pictures.

Léa Seydoux by Emma Tempest for The Edit, November 5th 2015

Léa Seydoux by Thomas Nutzl for Grazia France, November 2015

Léa Seydoux by Mote Sinabel Aoki for Elle Japan, December 2015

Léa Seydoux by Eric Guillemain for GQ Italia, November 2015

Recent Lana Del Rey Editorials

November 2nd, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Music|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Weird that I haven’t shared any of these photos considering I light a candle to each of them every day. Lana’s most recent album Honeymoon has been playing on an infinite loop on my music machine, as well as in my brain, heart, and loinspace since September. It’s smooth mellow retro sex gold and while it doesn’t quite move me the way Ultraviolence did and still does, it’s a solid album that proves Lana is a force.

Let’s take a peek of some of Lana’s most stunning recent editorials. She’s a vision in Jork Weismann’s photos for the Interview Germany (which is a really fantastic publication), a throwback darling in a Billboard shoot by Joe Pugliese, a glam doll in the cover shoot by Liz Collins for the November issue of Vogue Turkey, and an ingénue in a set of collectors covers for the Fall/Winter issue of Nylon Español. My favourite shoot though is the odd macabre grieving Priscilla Presley at a Sex Club shoot by Steven Klein for V Magazine. I cannot stop staring at it. She’s the poutiest princesstress. I love her so much you guys. Time to go weep all over my altar and stain my satin with various holy and massage oils!

Lana Del Rey by Jork Weismann for Interview Germany, October 2015

Lana Del Rey by Joe Pugliese for Billboard, October 31st 2015

Lana Del Rey by Liz Collins for Vogue Turkey, November 2015

Lana Del Rey by Esteban Calderón for Nylon Español, Fall/Winter 2015

Lana Del Rey by Steven Klein for V Magazine #97, Fall 2015

OBJECTIFY MEN: Brad Pitt for V Magazine #98 by Inez & Vinoodh, Winter 2015-16

October 28th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, OBJECTIFY MEN|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Not only is this perfect editorial of Dad Pitt full of really great Brad puns (BORN TO BE BRAD! BRAD ROMANCE!) but it’s also fucking fantastic! Look at that hair! I want to run my fingers through it while the Bradster and I listen to Angie practice her Oscar acceptance speech. Look at that mouth! I want to shove my whole hand in it to show him how much I care! Is it even legal for two people with such perfect lips to couple? DID MR AND MRS SMITH-JOLIE-PITT BREAK A LAW WITH THEIR SENSUAL MOUTHS? Those aviators make me want to watch Top Gun and Interview with the Vampire at the same time while doing a spell. The topless pictures make me want to go back in time to when my cousin showed me her Mom’s hidden issues of Playgirl & I exclaimed, “DISGUSTING! I’M GOING HOME TO LOOK AT MY DAD’S PLAYBOYS!” and apologize to all the men that inspired Brad to look this 1970s sensitive yet sinister chic. Also, TELL US ABOUT YOUR TATTOOS BRAD!

Rooney Mara by Peter Lindbergh for Interview, November 2015

October 28th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Photographers, Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Rooney Mara is the cover star of the November issue of Interview Magazine, and while I’d rather just look at pictures of Rooney looking at Cate, these Peter Lindbergh black and white street photos are outstanding. I’ll just pretend Cate is next to Lindbergh, telling Rooney what a great job she’s doing and how much she loves her. Cate and Rooney’s film Carol comes out the end of November, and we are all going to WEEP! GLORIOUS BEAUTIFUL GAY TEARS!

Also featured in the issue is a lovely little photo shoot of Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie. I’d make a joke about The Great War, or Jon Snow, but neither of those things are funny, so just look at the pretty redhead!

Rooney Mara by Peter Lindbergh for Interview, November 2015

Rose Leslie by Matt Holyoak for Interview, Novmeber 2015

Recent Diane Kruger Editorials

October 23rd, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , |

I checked to see if Diane Kruger has anything coming out and maybe that’s why she’s gracing us with her presence, but I don’t think she is, I think she’s just fierce and fabulous and sometimes life works in our favour. I will take this moment to promote Mr Diane Kruger – Joshua Jackson is one of the magnificent stars of the heartbreaking The Affair. You should watch it! Joshua plays a man who can really fill out a snap-front top and pair of jeans, like I imagine all men could do in the 70s. The second season is airing now. I haven’t started watching it yet, but the first season, told by Dominic West and Ruth Wilson’s point-of-view, was an intriguing delight. This season is told from the spouses’ point-of-view so it’s time to watch Pacey shine! Maura Tierney also stars. So put The Affair on your must-watch list, and then marvel at these gorgeous images of Diane Kruger. It seems like the fashion magazines and myself can’t get enough of David Bellemere, and this shoot of Diane for Violet Grey is a unique blend of Bellemere & Kruger’s style. So glam! I love it! Sean & Seng photographed Kruger for the November issue of Vanity Fair France and it’s an autumnal treat!

Diane Kruger by David Bellemere for Violet Grey, October 2015

Diane Kruger by Sean & Seng for Vanity Fair France, November 2015