Setting its latest ad campaign in the stately Chatsworth House, Gucci brings its particular brand of cool back to its origins in the English countryside. Home to that same eccentricity that is at much quintessentially British as it has become quintessentially Gucci under Alessandro Michele’s direction, the country manor serves as a delightfully strange but appropriate setting for the brand’s Cruise 2017 collection.Shot by Glen Luchford, the campaign stars the great British actress Vanessa Redgrave alongside a gang of 8 models.
Gucci sets exotic, colorful Pre-Fall adsvertising campaign.Flamingos roaming in a glass-domed aviary on colorful carpets, surrounded by lush plants and models posing on floral sofas, contribute to a visually rich set.
Photographer Glen Luchford portrayed a group of models, including Nicole Atieno, Polina Oganicheva, Eva Minaeva, Laura Hagested, Lia Pavlova, Fionnan Michael Byrne-Perkins, Elie Van Ravels, Anton Tofgart and Lucas Dambros, posing in a mood of easy camaraderie.
Styled by Jane How, the men’s and women’s models sport a range of outfits from the brand’s pre-collection designed by creative director Alessandro Michele.Key motifs from Alessandro Michele’s latest collection for the house include some beautifully ridiculous shaggy loafers, embroidered backpacks, and a whole ton of lavish, fantastical graphics.
photos by Photo by Glen Luchford . Courtesy of Gucci
At the Grammys this year, Taylor Swift became the first woman in history to win Album of the Year twice. The past few years have been extraordinary ones in the life of Taylor Swift. She has become not only one of the most successful recording artists ever, but also an unrivaled power broker who has prevailed in a volatile media economy and brought today’s music overlords to heel. At 26, Swift is world famous, wealthy, critically celebrated and she is a style influencer.
On the cover photo Taylor Swift wears spaghetti-strap Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane dress and towering Vetements boots.
Photographer: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Fashion Editor: Tonne Goodman
Hair: Shay Ashual
Make-up: Aaron de Mey
Julia Van Os starring in „Around the world in 8 outfits“ editorial, published in May 2016 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US.
Julia Van Os wearing an eclectic mix of styles, from modern to retro chic.Fashion Editor: Natasha Royt selects the Outfits from the brands such as Gucci,Chanel , Burberry , Alexander Wang -only some Labels to Name!
Photographer: Anthony Maule
Hair: Peter Gray
Make-up: Kristi Matamoros
„Alice in Wonderland“ inspired this enchanting editorial published in April issue of Vogue China. Starring model is Lauren de Graaf . Lauren de Graaf wears haute couture gowns from Chanel, Givenchy, Atelier Versace , Valentino , Viktor&Rolf , Schiaparelli Giambattista Valli , Elie Saab and Christian Dior.
Model: Lauren de Graaf
Photographer: Alexandra Sophie
Fashion Editor: Martine de Menthon
Hair: Cyril Laloue
Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell are stars in Balmain’s spring-summer 2016 campaign. Photographer Steven Klein.Ccreative director Olivier Rousteing tapped Steven Klein to shoot the exclusively black and white Images.
Italian Fashion Brand Prada has unveiled its spring-summer 2016 campaign. The images captured by Steven Meisel feature two notable faces, Natalia Vodianova and Sasha Pivovarova, as well as model newcomer Yasmin Wijnaldum.
The time goes quickly, X-Mas & New Year holidays are coming soon , travels or parties with friends or in the circle of Family Neiman Marcus started to offer us all the inspirations straight from runway collections to the Holiday parties.
Neiman Marcus October 2015 Lookbook with Alisa Ahmann photographed by Nagi Sakai