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As I may have mentioned before, winter is not my thing. I long for the hot and sunny summer months where days are long and there is a dreamy sense of youth in the air. Alas, seasons are not affected by my wishes. In order to keep our heads up and spirits bright through all the cold months, we have decided to start a new series for this season, Cures for the Winter Blues! For our first post I wanted to share a cool-blue, ocean photo shoot from Harper’s Bazaar Australia. This sun-drenched shoot full of sparkling waters and gorgeous clothing is starring model Annabella Barber and was shot by photographer Simon Lekias.
Feeling cold and tired? Get energized by these gorgeously bright and sunny photos below!
(images courtesy of Fashion Gone Rouge)
“Wood Nymph” in the December issue of Marie Clare Turkey, features models Reina Van der Goot and Elsa F sharing a whimsical day in the woods with three special friends. Shot by Ayten Alpun, and styled by Hakan Öztürk.
(Images courtesy of Fashion Gone Rogue)
Penelope Cruz is radiant (as always) in red for this gorgeous calendar shoot for Italian alcohol brand Campari, shot by photographer Kristian Schuller. The “Kiss Superstition Goodbye” theme places Ms. Cruz in various “unlucky” positions, laughing in the face of fable as she kneels down to say “hello” to a clowder of black cats, or tip-toes along a crack in the pavement. All the while she manages to spill not a drop of her cocktail. Now that’s a lady.
Scroll through for more of this splendid spread, and check out Fashion Gone Rogue for the full collection of photos.
It’s been a great season for ad campaigns, but I must say, this Dolce and Gabbana masterpiece for the Fall 2012 collection is a major front runner for my favorite. The fashion alone is GORGEOUS, but it’s the contrast of the bustling sidewalks and family gathering feel that add the warmth to make this one extra special.
And here I thought Photoshop was just for fixing zits… That’s right, artists Léo Caillard and Alexis Persani didn’t actually sneak into the Louvre and carefully style these centuries-old statues. I’ll let you in on a little secret: Caillard came up with the concept, photographed the statues themselves, then dressed his friends in the outifts you see below, and posed them to look just like our friends in stone have been standing for all these years. That’s where Alexis Persani provides his magical retouching skills to take Caillard’s models out and carefully “dress” the classics in the latest casual menswear. The result: Street Stone
. It was about time these guys had a little wardrobe intervention, am I right?