Tim Walker Editorials for Vogue Italia, December 2015

December 9th, 2015|Categories: Fashion Editorials, Fashion Models, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

King of Whimsy Tim Walker provides the perfect holiday gift by slaying all in FOUR editorials for the December issue of Vogue Italia. It’s a Fashion Christmas Miracle! Kate Moss stars in a sumptuous surreal shoot where she wears lace in nearly every shot. I love Kate in lace! Karen Elson puts her Elson-spin on the classic Tim Walker portrait in a very retro inspired sitting. Anna Cleveland, Christina Carey, Erin O’Connor & Jamie Bochert serve some Sarah Moon inspired perfect in an exquisite story that actually made me cry. Anna Cleveland and Jamie Bochert are two of my favourite models, seeing them together was just too much for my odd-beauty loving heart to handle. Finally Edie Campbell is featured in a spooky harlequin shoot. All the facets of Tim’s unique style shine in every separate shoot and every single photo. I’m so happy! This is an issue I would strongly encourage purchasing in paper format. Petting the pages will be perfect art therapy.

Kate Moss by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, December 2015

Karen Elson by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, December 2015

Anna Cleveland, Christina Carey, Erin O’Connor & Jamie Bochert by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, December 2015

Edie Campbell by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, December 2015

Love by Sølve-Sundsbø, Fall/Winter 2015

August 17th, 2015|Categories: Fashion Editorials, Fashion Models, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

This 48 page spread by Sølve Sundsbø for the current issue of Love magazine is a masterwork, combining couture, fantastical settings, and truly talented models into a perfect mix of odd, striking beauty. This is the kind of story that deserves a peek in person. I’m aching to sit with the bulk of this issue on my lap and lovingly turn each page, run my hand over my favourites, take in all the details before turning the page, and turning back again to my favourites, because I missed them and want to spend more time with them. That’s the sign of a truly magnificent editorial, especially now when so many exist in digital high-resolution – wanting to interact with a story.