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

New Mad Men Cast Portraits

March 18th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, TV|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

There are some juggernaut dramas all coming back at the same time in the next two months, namely Game of Thrones, Penny Dreadful, Orphan Black and the last episodes of Mad Men.  The anticipation of these final hours of one of the best modern television shows is high, especially answering the question of how will it end.  The cast portraits for the last half of the seventh season have these characters coming to the end of the 60s, with the woman in a mix of early hippie glam and Victorian via the 70s.   The cast portraits from THR made me realize yet again how much I’m going to miss these beautiful, beautiful faces.

Mad Men Cast by Joe Pugliese for The Hollywood Reporter, March 20th, 2015

Season 7 Part 2 promos by Frank W Ockenfels 3

Jon Hamm by Sebastian Kim for GQ, April 2015