September issue of ASOS Magazine (London version, note that there are 2 other cover subjects for the NY and Paris versions of ASOS Magazine.) featuring 19 year-old actress Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter). Bonnie is one of the “Rising Stars” and models new fashion trends from the A/W 2010 season.
ASOS Magazine – The Fashion Issue
Bonnie Wright stars on the ASOS London cover and inside
Minimal Mood – Refresh your wardrobe with simple cuts and grown-up pieces for instant luxury
“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Harry Potter is ending but one of its stars is set to cast her own spell”
On her passion for fashion: “Fashion and acting go hand-in-hand. Both are creating a performance. Fashion always has a theme and a story, references to culture and history, and so has acting. The product is different, but they’re still similar. I’ve always like something that is beyond what you would wear, that is more a like a piece of art.”
On Harry Potter bonding and saying goodbye: “I couldn’t have asked for a better experience than HP. All the people I’ve worked with have been so inspirational that I couldn’t not want to continue in teh film industry. I don’t necessarily want to stay in such a big-scale production, but maybe an independent film wher I can be more hands-on. There was a sense of belonging on HP, a sense of security, but now I have to decide what I want to do. The next step I take has to be the right decision.”
On her current relationship with Jamie Campbell-Bower: “To make life as rich as you can and to enjoy my professional life and my personal life. Jamie and I are incredibly happy together. Through each others’ work, through each others’ drive and passion, you can keep yourself going when stuff doesn’t seem to be coming your way, or you’re tired.”
Kate Hudson shot by Ben Hassett grabs the newsstand cover for Elle UK: October 2010: 25th Anniversary Issue, As we already know Elle now and again produce Special edition 'collector' Issue, this is no different .
To celebrate 25 years of British ELLE, they've created 4 limited edition collector's covers of their October 2010 issue. There's a limited quantity of each cover that you can buy exclusively online for the new standard price of £3.70, plus postage and packaging. 4 LIMITED EDITION COLLECTOR'S COVERS are Helena Christensen, Coco Rocha,Naomi Campbell, John Galliano.
Elle Canada October 2010 with Hilary Rhoda the Estee Lauder spokesmodel, flirts with sixties style, wild hair and smokey eyes. Photography Leda &; St. Jacques, Styled by Anthony Mitropoulos and art direction by Denis Desro.
Photographer Magnus Unnar, Stylist Mel Ottenbergwith help of FRANK REPS Makeup Artist Chiho Omae. Models Jacquelyn Jablonski and male models Jonathan Pugla, Pryce Holmes and Alex Olson work looks mainly of street/sportswear feel by the teaming of a plaid shirt with a knit cardigan, leather waistcoat with a denim shirt with brands as Reebok, Guess, Nike, Juicy Couture. The models seem to have fun on set of creating this story by the use of toys, NYC city and apartment settings, the story is called the “Young Ones” which clear can be seen throughout the story for the September 2010 issue ofDazed & Confused.
Top models Lara Stone, Javier de Miguel,Baptiste Giabiconi acting as the New York icon trio of the 70’s: illustrator Antonio Lopez, art director Juan Ramos, and supermodel Jerry Hall shot by Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld for the upcoming V67.
V67 V MAGAZINE of also known as “The New York Issue,” does not hit newsstands until September 2nd.
V MAGAZINE “Juan, Antonio & Jerry”
They Were New Yorkers Who Ignited Paris While Defining Fashion’s New Look. Illustrator Antonio Lopez, Art Director Juan Ramos, and Supermodel Jerry Hall Proved That Two Is Company, But Three Can Be Fabulous
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Styling: Clare Richardson
Models: Javier de Miguel, Baptiste Giabiconi, Lara Stone
Miranda Kerr graces the cover for Vogue Italia with her dog 'Frankie' with special 3D cover, each issue you'll find a special pair of 3D vision glasses. You'll just need to wear them to see the cover and the cover story Miranda - shot by photography master Steven Meisel
One great thing about the relatively new creative outlet of fashion film is that it allows photographers to bring some of their most cherished images to life.
KT Auleta, the director of today’s dazzling poolside spectacular, had one such image resting for years in her portfolio. “It’s a picture of a girl wearing a visor, sitting in a pool,” says the photographer-turned-filmmaker, whose work has appeared in i-D,VogueRussia andSelf-Service.
“She’s smiling, you can really see her skin, and she looks filled with such spirit. I always wanted to do something more with that photograph.” To work this potent visual into the glittery splashy short film you see before you, set at a swimming pool on the Gold Coast, Long Island (retreat of choice for millionaires and movie stars), Auleta teamed up with celebrated makeup artist and Lancôme Creative Director Aaron de Mey, who is famous for his no-holds-barred love of high-impact color and sparkly, glossy finishes.
The film’s star, Hungarian model Enikő Mihalik, is one of De Mey’s favorites—he waxes lyrical about her “elegant toughness,” “Siamese cat eyes” and “latex-like skin.” Her jewelry comes courtesy of the Italian jeweler Bulgari. Beneath the film’s luxe, seductive shimmer lies a more subtle narrative, indicated by Auleta’s inclusion of the Anne Carson quote as the film closes. “There’s this idea of transformation through cleansing in the water,” says Auleta, “like the myth of a burning phoenix, ascending and changing.”
Aaron de Mey explains how to get Enikő's look in the film:
The black, liquid-lined feline eye was achieved using Lancôme Artliner Precision Point Eyeliner in Black. I drew the shape upward and outward to make Enikő's eyes look dynamic and slightly punk. Two sets of false lashes were applied to the top lash line and coated with Lancôme Hypnose Waterproof Custom Volume Mascara in Black to define and enhance the eye shape created with the eyeliner. For the lips I applied Swarovski crystals individually to a light layer of Shu Uemura eyelash glue. I used Lancôme Teint Miracle Natural Skin Perfection foundation to perfect and even the skin tone. The eyebrows were bleached to erase them so that the focus was shifted to the eyes. Click hereto read De May's fall makeup recommendations.
The City in the 70’s had Lauren, Bianca, and Marisa, Who Knew Everyone, Went Everywhere, and Looked Fabulous Doing So. These Days Manhattan is Still a Girl’s Club but Its Members Aren’t Just Sitting Pretty – They’re Producing Films, Launching Fashion Lines, and Making New York a More Beautiful Place One Face at a Time.
Photographer: Terry Richardson
Styling: Jay Massacret
Featured: Barbara Bush, Minnie Mortimer, Maggie Betts, Allison Sarofim, Rachel Roy, Shoshanna Gruss, Dr. Lisa Airan, Byrdie Bell
Top models Carmen Kass, Freja Beha Erichsen, Anna Selezneva and Sasha Pivovarova shot by legendary photographer Mario Testino for the upcoming V MAGAZINE (issue #67). The 16-page spread in V features New York City's dramatic, unique style and rebellious fashion attitude as part of the "New York Issue." V67 does not hit newsstands until September 2nd.
V MAGAZINE"Uptown and Down"
From Bergdorf’s To The Bowery, New Yorkers Write Their Own Rules Of Style, Then Turn Around And Break Them All
Photographer: Mario Testino; Stylist: Sarajane Hoare
Models: Carmen Kass, Freja Beha Erichsen, Anna Selezneva and Sasha Pivovarova
Models featured include: Lily Donaldson, Jourdan Dunn, Chanel Iman, Liya Kebede, Miranda Kerr, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Karlie Kloss, Doutzen Kroes, Karolina Kurkova, Sasha Pivovarova, Joan Smalls, Lara Stone, Stella Tennant and Caroline Trentini.
Fourteen of the industry’s top models appear in a new public service announcement supporting Fashion’s Night Out. VogueContributing Editor Tabitha Simmons combined fall’s hottest trends with items from the official Fashion’s Night Out collection. Filmed and directed by famed fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh in neighborhoods throughout New York City, the PSA will run on TV, online and in New York City taxi cabs leading up to the one-night-only worldwide event on September 10.
The official Fashion’s Night Out collection t-shirts, tank tops, and hoodies are now available online and at select retailers nationwide, with 40% of proceeds from sales to benefit the The New York City AIDS Fund in The New York Community Trust.
Director/Photographer: Peter Lindbergh Executive Creative Director: Trey Laird, Laird+Partners Stylist: Tabitha Simmons, contributing editor, Vogue Hair: Jimmy Paul, Make-Up: Stephane Marais Creative Director: Hans Dorsinville Art Director Jeff Salcito, DP: Theo Stanley Production: North Six, NY Executive Producer: Oliver Hicks
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