Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street. Fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening. ~Coco Chanel
Um, can we talk about how fabulous Kerry looks in the October issue of Glamour?
Red is so her color. However, I have to be honest. Not crazy about this cover shot. Too much arm, too little of Kerry’s pretty face.
It’s really easy to forget she’s just 5’4”.
"I’m sexy and I know it."
I hate the term “classy.” But this look is classy. The hair could use some styling, though.
All in all…a good shoot. Let Kerry be her sexy, beautiful self and you’ve got gold.
The issue hits newsstands September 10.
Taylor Swift is on the cover of the December/January issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
And inside the mag, she wears several pairs of pants. Like so.
I’m not a Taylor Swift fan, but kudos to Beth Fenton (the fashion editor for this shoot).
Swifty is lean and leggy (a trait that’s just about guaranteed when you’re 5’11”). It’s both genius and a no-brainer to put this girl in pants.
Of course, she’s totally living up to
my oft repeated rant the adage that musicians/actresses/reality show stars generally make crap models.
But the pants look good.
As soon as I laid eyes on this Vogue Italia spread featuring the beautiful Kerry Washington, I knew I had to share it here. It is, by far, the best celebrity editorial I’ve seen all year. The clothes, hair, and makeup are flawless.
Just let the gorgeous wash over you.
Gladiators, which magazine should we petition for an editorial starring Kerry and Tony Goldwyn?!
In honor of the London 2012 Summer Games, the June issue of Vogue features several hard-bodied Olympic hopefuls, and the lithe Karlie Kloss, as seen through Annie Leibovitz’s lens.
The results are pretty fabulous. Check ‘em:
Hope Solo, Ryan Lochte, and Serena Williams on the cover.
Jonathan Horton and Karlie Kloss
Horton and Kloss
Ashton Eaton and Kloss
Kloss and Eaton
Kloss and Lochte
Kloss and Lochte
Kloss and Bob and Mike Bryan
The Bryans and Kloss
Kloss and Dwyane Wade
Wade and Kloss
Luv the first shot of Ashton and Karlie. Using her as a stand-in for the hurdle was inspired.
The first shot of Dwyane and Karlie seems kind of silly since he’s attempting to shoot, but he’s obviously shooting away from the basket. I guess they wanted readers to see him from the front, but we get that view in the last shot.
Still…well done, Vogue.
Nowadays, it seems the general public is fascinated with men who look like girls. They’re skinny (I think I could share jeans with half the actors under 30 in Hollywood), have no body hair whatsoever, and their faces are…pretty.
Thank goodness for Jon Hamm. Don’t get me wrong; he has a great face. But no one’s ever going to call Jon “pretty,” know what I mean?
OK, enough commentary. It’s time to drink in all the broad-shouldered, square-jawed handsomeness Mr. Hamm is serving up in the latest issue of Esquire UK.
Goofy has never looked so good.
Credits: Esquire UK
Fashion editorials are often characterized by dim lighting, odd camera angles, and expressionless models posed in unnatural positions.
However, the December GQ editorial featuring Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon is the antithesis of all that. Below are my favorite photos from the shoot, which was photographed by Peggy Sirota.
Aren’t these photos hilarious? Good job, fellas.
That was a rhetorical question. Clearly the man does not age. I mean, have you seen him recently? Photos in a minute.
First, the reasons I ♥ Lenny:
Preach, Brother Lenny!
OK, now for the photos. These are from an editorial he did for the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of The Block magazine. (Photographed by Steven Pan, styled by James Worthington-DeMolet.)
Yes, I kicked this off with a shirtless pic. And?
The requisite soulful shot. He is a musician, you know.
Staring off into the distance. What is he thinking? (I could tell what I’m thinking, but I’ll refrain.)
"I’m a rockstar."
"But I’m also a gentleman."
There aren’t too many men who can pull off fur and a turtleneck.
Photos: Tom & Lorenzo
"Don’t You Know Who I Am?" in Tatler’s August 2011 issue is one of the more creative editorials I’ve seen in awhile. Hat tip to photographer Robert Trachtenberg and fashion editor Anna Bromilow.
In each photo, a model holds a photo of the celebrity she’s impersonating up to her face, or obscures it in some way, negating the need for a physical resemblance or elaborate makeup. Clever!
We’ve all seen models and actresses and singers done up to look like other models and actresses and singers. I’m not knocking the concept, but oftentimes the execution isn’t exactly novel. This editorial is an exception.
These are my favorite shots.
To see the rest of the editorial, click here.
Photos: Unbreakable Diamond