Saturday, July 31, 2010

Vintage: Nora Ariffin in Ad Campaign for CoverGirl, 1993 & 1995

Models (left to right): Luciana Curtis, Lana Ogilvie, Niki Taylor, Rachel Hunter & Nora Ariffin
Ad Campaign: CoverGirl, 1993
Photographer: Sante D'Orazio


Models (left to right): Luciana Curtis, Tyra Banks, Rachel Hunter, Niki Taylor & Nora Ariffin
Ad Campaign: CoverGirl, 1995
Photographer: Sante D'Orazio


Friday, July 30, 2010

Sonny Zhou in Editorial for (UK) Surface Magazine, July 2010

Models: Sonny Zhou (IMG), Sharon Van de Pas (IMG) & Unknown Male Model
Editorial: Lost Highway
Magazine: (UK) Surface Magazine, July/August 2010
Photographer: Daniel Bernauer
Fashion Director: Gregory Wein
Art Director: Chris Mozsary
Illustrator: Alex Varanese
Hair: Shlomi Mor


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Noma Han in Ad Campaign for Benetton, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Noma Han (Red) & Others
Ad Campaign: Benetton, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Josh Olins
Stylist: Clare Richardson
Casting Director: Michelle Lee for KCD


Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tao Okamoto in Ad Campaign for Kenneth Cole, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Tao Okamoto (Ford)
Ad Campaign: Kenneth Cole, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer:Sean Ellis

Source: Photo 1 from; Photo 2 from

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Jiang Xiao Yi in Ad Campaign for Pinko, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Jiang Xiao Yi (Silent), Ruby Aldridge (Next) & Chrishell Stubbs (Supreme)
Ad Campaign: Pinko, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Scanned by skalty @ tfs

Monday, July 26, 2010

New York Fashion Week – Jeremy Scott – Fall/Winter 2010 Collection

No one would have expected anything less from one of fashion’s most irreverent and ostentatious (and proudly so!) designer today. Jeremy Scott, the American designer with a penchant for playing off pop-culture and icons with conspicuous bravado, sending Mickey Mouse gloves, sunglasses and Flintstone dresses down the runway, has laced his pop rocks fashion with speed a la the late eighties, plus a generous dose of Warhol swagger.

Jeremy Scott’s Fall/Winter 2010 collection, Hanger Appeal, is a homage to fashion itself, and the tribute is quite literal with monochrome oversize batwing sweaters that spell out “STYLE” and “FASHION” with arms extended. The designer toys with silhouette and design convention with a stunning high-cut black cocktail dress with a beautifully ruched sweetheart neckline and a sweeping train which is actually a satin slip, hanging off a golden Jeremy Scott hanger. Models strapped to wide belts featuring life-size model cut-outs strut insouciantly to Estelle’s new single championing “I can be a freak, everyday of every week”, turning their noses up against the confinements of “wearability”.

The psychedelic beats striate a collection of fragmented inspiration that come together in an uncanny harmony also known as “Jeremy Scott wants you to look at me”. Tough motorcycle jackets are bejeweled liberally with Jolly Rancher lucite tones; crucifixes dangle off opulent velvet jumpsuits and stained glass motifs further the religious (or sacrilegious) theme, drawing a strange mix of 80s and the church.

Unlike the previous season, pop culture references are less blatant but when a model marched out with nothing but cone-bra suspenders, and another in a black tube dress accented with larger-than-life bow trailing in the back, one cannot help but think, ah, Madonna. Brass plate Jeremy Scott printed tops and bubble hemmed coats are reminiscent of the Versace and Gaultier in the early noughties.

As usual, over-the-top, unapologetic and outrageous designs become admirable traits with Scott’s blaze and stands out as one of those presentations that injects a much needed sense of ridiculous joy into New York Fashion Week, and are for those who aren’t afraid of the spotlight and game for come what may.

New York Fashion Week – SIMON SPURR – Fall 2010 Collection

New York Fashion Week’s latest British expat, Simon Spurr, has a flair for creating classic suits with a bold, modern edge a la the Lower East Side, adding rakish slim cuts and an opulent sheen to his charming Savile Row double breasted suits. While the designer had highly applauded presentations during New York Fashion Week, this is the first time Spurr is showing his eponymous line on the runway.

Fall/Winter 2010 departs from Spurr’s romantically languid Spring/Summer 2010 collection (topped with spring blooms) inspired by the 60s and 70s with a rebellious streak. The British designer brought his knack for fine, luxurious tailoring from his apprenticeship under Hedi Slimane at YSL and work as design director for Ralph Lauren’s Purple and Black labels to his namesake line. Fusing Slimane’s penchant for everything dapper and rock-and-roll skinny, the fresh collection from SIMON SPURR is a series of double breasted three piece suits in daringly fitted silhouette. Navy and neutrals dominated the collection where materials and styles are mixed freely. A tan motorcycle biker jacket is topped over a shiny pair of slim cut navy pants, suits are sartorially valiant in dark candy stripes and preppy bubble gum pink. School boy toggle coats are quite bad-ass with leather shoulder panels and black piping evoke a sense of nostalgia for rockers who suit-up (think The Beatles and the recent Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy).

Quite a beautiful matrimony of fine British tailoring with a sense of old-world New York liberation, the high-end tailored line does according to Spurr himself, “establish [his] British roots and deliver something modern and elegant into American Fashion Week.”

Hyoni Kang in Ad Campign for DKNY, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Hyoni Kang (Ford) & Others
Ad Campaign: DKNY, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer:Nathaniel Goldberg
Stylist: Alastair McKimm
Hair: Esther Langham
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Casting Director: Anita Bitton

Source: Photo 1 from; Photo 2 from Rosalinde @ tfs

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Vintage: Yasmeen Ghauri Magazine Cover for Vogue Australia, December 1994

Yasmeen Ghauri has appeared in dozens of magazine covers over the years and I was tempted to post most of them on here today.

But then I thought one FANTASTIC MIND BLOWING image should tell the story of how beautiful she is. And I chose this one.

Model: Yasmeen Ghauri
Magazine Cover: Vogue Australia, December 1994
Photographer: Unknown

Source: mojopin @ tfs via

Friday, July 23, 2010

Rojam Wang in Ad Campaign for ck Calvin Klein, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Here are some new images of Rojam Wang a.k.a. Yin for the Fall 2010/Winter 2011 ad campaign of ck Calvin Klein. Does anyone know which agency (in the US or Europe) he is signed with?

Models: Rojam Wang (??), Oleg Antosik (VNY), Lara Stone (IMG) & Abby Lee Kershaw (Next)
Ad Campaign: ck Calvin Klein, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Fabien Baron
Stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Source: FlashBang @ tfs

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Allen Tsai in Ad Campaign for Target, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Allen Tsai (Next) & Others
Ad Campaign: Target, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Richard Phibbs


Wednesday, July 21, 2010


Fahion 2010 Spring Summer Runway Trend | Sheerful

Seeing Sheerful on the New York Fashion Week 2010 Spring Summer runways

Erin Fetherston

Behnaz Sarafpour

Marc Jacobs

Alexander Wang

Fashion Trends 2010 Spring Summer | on the Runway


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alexander wang

Chic luxury clothing 2009 2010 | Roberto Cavalli fall winter

All in Roberto Cavalli collection for fall winter 2009 2010 in Milan Fashion Week was chic and luxury. He finally forgot leopard print and certainly stands out.

Black leather mini skirts and dresses complete with studded hardware declared war on the financial crisis.

Short dresses & coats fall winter 2009 2010 | Prada

Borderline funny footwear was juxatposed with very serious clothing in fall winter 2009 2010 Prada collection, including boiled wool coats paired with slit skirts, a V-necked fur tunic in an ominous shade of blood red, and even a pair of brick-colored mink bloomers.

Evening Dresses 2010 | Reem Acra

It seems that citrus-y colors like soft lemons and deep oranges will be among the trends for spring summer 2010. Flowing fabrics bring an ethereal look. These evening dresses are easy to wear and look great on all body types.

BCBG Dresses 2010 | Max Azria Spring Summer

The collection of BCBG dresses for spring summer 2010 was as expected, youthful, sexy and fabulous.

Trend 2010 | black under color

This is one of the trends for fall winter 2009 2010: black turtlenecks under color. This look adds drama and depth to outfits that might otherwise look flighty, out of season, or just too optimistic.

Hyoni Kang & Noma Han in Ad Campaign for Hilfiger Denim, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Hyoni Kang (Ford), Noma Han (Red) & Others
Ad Campaign: Hilfiger Denim, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Simon Procter

Source: ruffledfeathers @ tfs

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Oscar De La Renta Cruise Collection 2011

Even Oscar De La Renta sold the magnetic attraction dell’iPad. The presentation of the group Cruise 2011 the designer becomes the backdrop for presenting its cover custom tablet devoted to the most loved by technology experts. Who knows that among the geeks do not even hide some gentle maiden, must have contemplation De La Renta that even with this group remains a pillar of fashion made in the USA.

Oscar De La Renta is yet one of the cornerstones of fashion made in the USA. His continuing search for elegance and femininity. That is renewed every collection, every year that passes makes it one of the few certainties of the American fashion industry.

But regardless these securities, the stylist American does not rest on their laurels, striving ever to give a twist of modernity and innovation in every collection.

But the collection Resort 2011 Oscar De La Renta is a classic expression of his trend. Great players are as ever beautiful dresses evening, the complete skirts and gauzy that looks motivated by the princesses of fairy tales. A contemporary princess, although, is beloved by stylist; opting dresses from the palette that sees bold colors like red and green dominate.

Embroidery compex flowery prints and colorful define compex new look of American women of high society who have ever valued the trend De La Renta. Suit Chanel model, cocktail clothes, but also seem Navy lively trend from the palette.