Cat McNeil is so appropriately named with her long languid limbs and perfectly feline creatures. She’s delivering sultry Selena Kyle realness in this beautifully shaded shoot by Txema Yeste for Vogue Russia.
Darren Ankenman photographs model Lucero in a lovely shoot for Purple Diary. I especially adore the way Lucero uses her gorgeous head of hair in each shot. My current hair goal is to have it long enough so it covers my breasts and my nipples reveal themselves through the sheet of hair. Gorgeous mermaid hair naughtiness! Also? Girls in nothing but sneakers! Yes please!
Barbara Palvin is such a naughty little minx. Her gaze pierces the lens & stares directly into our filthy souls saying, “I know exactly what you’re thinking & those thoughts are impure!”
What to say about this cover editorial for the Interview magazine’s Art Issue? Madonna always works well with Mert and Marcus, having created many amazing photographs over the last couple decades. These pictures are beautifully styled and Madonna is, as always, an amazing model. I’m not against plastic surgery or air brushing, but the problem when it’s done to this extent is that it produces some serious uncanny valley vibes. In most of these Madonna doesn’t resemble herself, and in some cases, doesn’t look like a real person, more of a digital painting.
Laetitia Casta’s effortless sex appeal lends itself beautifully to this dressed down intimate story for Lui. Also featured is a fantastic bondage ribbon shoot by Stephen Lewis with images inspired by Guy Bourdin. My ribbon fetish is intense, so every shot in this editorial kills me. Bravo Lui, you slay me every issue!
Laetitia Casta by Mario Sorrenti
Christine Zandmane by Stephen Lewis