Recent Léa Seydoux Editorials

October 8th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Endlessly enchanting Léa Seydoux is featured in two delightful photo shoots: A lovely little fashion cover story for Vanity Fair France by Paul Wetherell, a scrumptious cover editorial for the November issue of Vogue UK by Craig McDean, a bombshell shoot by Driu & Tiago for GQ Australia and Vanity Fair Italia, and one just spectacularly gorgeous cuddling Bond Girls shot with Monica Bellucci and Naomie Harris for the November issue of Vanity Fair by Bryan Adams. You can see Léa in the upcoming Bond film Spectre, or the delightful film The Lobster. Or both! Treat yourself! You work hard, you deserve it!

Also let’s peek at a pretty little set of photos of Léa’s Blue is the Warmest Colour co-star Adèle Exarchopoulos in the Fall issue of i-D by Angelo Pennetta.

Léa Seydoux by Paul Wetherell for Vanity Fair France, September 2015

Léa Seydoux by Craig McDean for Vogue UK, November 2015

Léa Seydoux by Driu & Tiago for GQ Australia & Vanity Fair Italia, October 2015

Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux, Naomie Harris by Bryan Adams for Vanity Fair, November 2015

Adèle Exarchopoulos by Angelo Pennetta for i-D, Fall 2015

Adèle Exarchopoulos by Driu & Tiago for Interview Germany, September 2015

August 28th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Erotica, Fashion Editorials|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

The Interview Germany is amazing you guys! Put it on your radar! I was first drawn to this issue because of the magnificent cover editorial of Adèle Exarchopoulos by Driu & Tiago that celebrates Adèle’s enchanting mouth and impossibly sad eyes. Then I noticed the amazing moody, Grey Gardens inspired shoot of Agnes Nieske by Daniel King. Man, I love a good Grey Gardens inspired anything. It is the film that guides me in all my biggest life decisions. I also remembered I had a shoot saved from the July/August issue by the incomparable (yes, he deserves that descriptive!) Michel Comte of Ayako Yoshida. Each issue features weird, challenging, wonderful art shoots, plus really fantastic and inspiring fashion stories. It’s great! I love the thrill of discovering a new publication to give my obsession.

Adèle Exarchopoulos by Driu & Tiago for Interview Germany, September 2015

Agnes Nieske by Daniel King for Interview Germany, September 2015

Ayako Yoshida by Michel Comte for Interview Germany, July/August 2015

Forces of Fashion for Vogue US, September 2015

August 20th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Designers, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Models, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

This set of photos is a real fashion over-stimulation! Instead of speaking of it in a general term, I’m going to pick a few specific pictures to point out. If, however, I WAS going to speak of it in a general term I would say: YASSSSS! COMBINE MANY MODELS/MANY FASHION-FORWARD CELEBRITIES/ALL THE MOST INSPIRED DESIGNERS/A MIX OF WELL KNOWN AND UP-AND-COMING PHOTOGRAPHERS/AND HALF A DOZEN STYLISTS AND GIVE ME ALL THE FASHION GLORY! I CAN HANDLE IT! GIVE IT TO ME! I CAN’T HANDLE IT! GIVE IT TO ME ANYWAY!

Something like that.

That being said. Please take note of my five favourite images:

1. Beyoncé in Givenchy & designer Riccardo Tisci by Anton Corbijn
I mean, duh doy. But this shot alone is gorgeous. Beyoncé as a literal force of nature (for she is the WIND!) with Tisci sprawled at her feet, confident that she’s bringing glory to his art. It’s perfect. Also, I love the way Jay Z says Tisci in concert. It’s adorable.

2. Caroline Trentini in Dior, Karlie Kloss in Oscar de la Renta, & Raquel Zimmermann in McQueen- by Jamie Hawkesworth
This is the second shot in the 27 page spread. WHAT IF I TALK ABOUT ALL OF THEM? I will try to limit myself. But this shot looks like a shot from an early 90s Vogue, which is the Vogue baby Bo was first introduced to, so it’s where my heart lives. What a perfect trio of girls to create this iconic inspiration. Also I love when models cuddle. It’s adorable.

3. Raquel Zimmermann in Valentino by Tim Walker
This is a perfect trio of talent, all made for each other. I wish there was an entire spread of just Raquel with her renaissance look, wearing romantic Valentino, captured by Walker’s whimsical eye.

4. FKA Twigs in Prada by Inez & Vinoodh
If I saw this Prada outfit on anyone but Twigs I would have just drifted right over it, but she can literally wear anything and use her doll-beauty and magnificently contorting limbs to make anything work. I imagine Inez & Vinoodh were positively giddy to work with someone as strange and artistic and unique as themselves. This shot is positively iconic. I adore it.

5. Nicholas Hoult in Tom Ford by Theo Wenner
This picture would only be more perfect if Ford was in the shot with Nicholas. CAN YOU IMAGINE? I’M IMAGINING IT RIGHT NOW! I have such a thing for anything that combines the stars of A Single Man + Tom Ford. So any time Tom is Julianne Moore’s date to an event, or every time I see Colin Firth I think, “OUCH! MY HEART!” then “OOH! THAT’S HOT!” Nicholas + Tom is my favourite pairing though. It’s just so much throwback perfection. My heart, it aches.

A few additional notes: I love that Maggie Rizer is in a shot next to Karen Elson! KISS HER! Is that the Bjork All Is Full of Love robot in the Edie Campbell by Tim Walker shot? I’m going to imagine it is and it’s inviting Edie back to her Bjork love-pod. The Cara and Gigi and Adele portraits are gorgeous! Such lens piercing goodness! That last shot bums me out and makes me want to overdose on pictures of women to make up for having to look at it. But we accept all parts of those we love, and I love this editorial!

Adèle Exarchopoulos by Olivia Bee for Harper’s Bazaar Germany

January 21st, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Designers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Beautiful French actress Adèle Exarchopoulos, of Blue is the Warmest Color fame, is the star of this new editorial by up and coming photographer Olivia Bee for February’s Harper’s Bazaar Germany.  Clad in Dior, Adèle exudes natural charm, sensuality and sweetness in these gauzy, retro-influenced pictures.  Check out more of this photographer’s work here on her blog.

And, hey, why not this great little editorial of Natalie Dormer from this month’s Nylon by Zoey Grossman?