Sienna Miller by Mario Testino for Vogue UK, October 2015

September 11th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Editorials, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , , , |

I don’t know much about Sienna Miller – other than that she looks a lot like Naomi Watts & over my 15 year long obsession with Naomi Watts, sometimes I see a picture of Sienna & think “NAOMI?” but it’s not & I’m bummed. She’s beautiful, I’ve just never gotten into her. However, these pictures for the October issue of Vogue UK made me exclaim, “NAOMI?” & then not be bummed when I realized they’re Sienna. They’re stunning! Fun, stylish, so colourful, super sexy. Every shot is a dreamy marvel. Testino is still on my side-eye list, but this helps soften my heart a bit.

Sienna Miller by Mario Testino for Vogue UK, October 2015

Just to confuse us all, Naomi Watts is on the October cover of the Vogue Australia. Two diminutive beautiful blonde women smiling at us from the covers of International Vogues. Life is so confusing sometimes. Naomi shines in her photo, as she always does, and photographer Nathaniel Goldberg is a fresh choice, I haven’t seen much from him awhile. I think Goldberg’s muse is the colour blue, because he makes magick with every shade. The overall vibe is relatively uninspired though & the styling is terrible. Still love her with a breathless fixation. She’s just so talented.

Naomi Watts by Nathaniel Goldberg for Vogue Australia, October 2015

Naomi Watts by Max Abadian for InStyle UK, February 2015

January 23rd, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots, Fashion Photographers|Tags: , , , , |

Naomi Watts delivers delightful, memorable performances this season in both Birdman and St Vincent. Here’s she’s featured in a lovely little ladylike shoot by Max Abadian for InStyle UK’s February issue.

Best of 2015 Golden Globes Fashion

January 12th, 2015|Categories: Celebrity Candids, Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Last night was like a flashback to our hard drives from 2002 with some old favorites like Salma Hayek, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts, plus some of our new favorites like Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o and Lana Del Rey.  Though the overall look was kinda dullsville, there were a few that managed to take a risk and thusly stood out in the parade of pastel column dresses.   Amy Adams was in Versace, Naomi Watts in Gucci, Diane Kruger – Emilia Wickstead, Emily Blunt – Michael Kors, Tina Fey – Antonio Berardi, Amy Poehler – Stella McCartney, Jessica Chastain – Atelier Versace, Julianne Moore – Givenchy, Ruth Wilson – Prada and Kate Hudson in Versace.

Afterparties

Recent Julianne Moore & Naomi Watts Editorials

November 18th, 2014|Categories: Celebrity Editorials & Photo Shoots|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Two of my favourite actresses star in short, but stunning recent shoots – Julianne Moore in a sleek, bosomy story for More magazine (which, for the kind of magazine it is, always seems to have surprisingly pretty cover shoots); and Naomi Watts in a shoot for Bazaar Germany by Max Farago where Naomi shows off her outstanding ability to rock a vest. Are you kidding me, Watts? God I love her so much. Moore stars in the upcoming David Cronenberg film Maps to the Stars, which is already earning her Oscar buzz (and what a long overdue win that would be if it happened). She can also be seen in the upcoming Hunger Games movie Mockingjay. Naomi stars alongside Michael Keaton in the transcendent Birdman, which is earning Keaton well-deserved Oscar buzz. Naomi’s role in Birdman is all things Naomi: smart, hilarious, sexy, and clever. She’s always such a delight to watch.

Julianne Moore by Mark Abrahams for More, November 2014

Naomi Watts by Max Farago for Bazaar Germany, December 2014/January 2015

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)