Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis’ Daughter Lily-Rose Photographed for Oyster Magazine

April 27th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Candids, Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Lily-Rose Depp is the 15 year old daughter of Johnny Depp and his former wife, French model and singer Vanessa Paradis.  She’s recently gotten on the radar due to her so-on-trend-it-hurts Instagram where she’s doing the 90s redux as perfectly as only a child of two icons from the decade could do.  Last month she attended a special Chanel event to much acclaim from the fashion industry, and in her first fashion editorial, she shows that she’s already perfectly at ease in front of the camera and posed to do big things.

Lily-Rose Depp photographed by Dana Boulos for Oyster, May 2015

Candids/Instagram Pictures

Recent Chloë Sevigny Editorials

April 13th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Excellent news, style lovers, Rizzoli is publishing a book this month that charts the New York state native’s journey through all her iconic looks.  From gamine alt 90’s teen to streetwise vintage to bombshell pinup to couture queen, Chloe has explored and beautifully encapsulated so many different looks, giving each her own personal touch.  Blessed with a long frame, legs for days and an uniquely beautiful face, she’s transformed herself while never falling prey to trends.

Chloë Sevigny by Thomas Whiteside for The Edit, April 9th 2015

Chloë Sevigny by Josh Olins for Interview, April 2015

Chloë Sevigny by Tyrone Lebon for Vogue UK, May 2015

Pictures from Chloe’s New Book

Chloë Sevigny by Mark Peckmezian for Purple Fashion, Spring/Summer 2015

March 1st, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

In case you didn’t already know this, Chloe Sevigny is amazing.  A rockin’ bod with legs for days, she’s also the epitome of cool, a NYC girl who mixes vintage looks, girlish pieces and modern clean lines perfectly on her tall frame.  She’s the perfect representation of East Coast style, and an extremely talented actress as well.

NYFW Fall 2015 – Red Valentino

February 14th, 2015|Categories: Fashion Designers, Runway|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

So far New York Fashion Week’s been the underwhelming snore fest that it usually is, but the newest collection from the adorable label Red Valentino’s been a rare bright spot.  Though not as exemplary as their past collections, this one is full of 90’s nostalgia, with lots of flannel and floral, white tights and platforms plus some super cute vintage circus performers embroidered on coats and poodle skirts.

Behind the Scenes Pictures by Michael White

November 4th, 2014|Categories: Celebrity Candids, Fashion Designers, Fashion Models, Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Michael White may be the most famous person you’ve never heard of. Playboy, bon vivant and the man who transformed Britain’s cultural scene in the 1970s, his fascinating life story is now the subject of Gracie Otto’s The Last Impresario, a vibrant portrait of the ‘enfant terrible’ of London’s theatre-land.

The theatre and film impresario played a vital role in the industry producing more than 200 shows and films over the last 50 years, including hugely influential successes such as Monty Python’s The Holy Grail and John Waters’ Polyester. Now in his late seventies and still living the party lifestyle, he has a set of friends that reads like a veritable who’s who of A-list celebrities including Kate Moss, Anna Wintour, John Cleese and Naomi Watts who, along with many others of White’s friends, contributed with interviews for the film.

Just as anyone would, White has documented the time spent among friends and shares some of the photos from his personal albums. Photographed by their friend in somewhat casual contexts the otherwise camera-ready celebrities get a chance to relax. The selection, covering three decades, reveals some intimate moments and provoke a sense of nostalgia for photography’s pre-digital analog era. (text from here)