(via Alexa Corlett by Gregori Civera for Woman Spain)

(via Alexa Corlett by Gregori Civera for Woman Spain)

(via Valentina Zelyeva by Lincoln Pilcher for Vogue Australia)

(via Valentina Zelyeva by Lincoln Pilcher for Vogue Australia)

(via Suzie Bird by Thomas Whiteside for Elle US)

(via Suzie Bird by Thomas Whiteside for Elle US)

(via Georgia Frost by Kipling Phillips for Fashion Gone Rogue)

(via Georgia Frost by Kipling Phillips for Fashion Gone Rogue)

ALEXANDER STRAULINO PHOTOGRAPHY

In this way, Straulino answers the question what is beautiful on a human being or what makes it beautiful in his very own, so far unseen way. —Cited from the photographer’s own biography

www.studiostraulino.com

(via Anais Pouliot by Nelson Simoneau for Dress to Kill Winter 2011)

(via Anais Pouliot by Nelson Simoneau for Dress to Kill Winter 2011)

(via Kinga Rajzak for H&M Spring 2012 Lookbook)

(via Kinga Rajzak for H&M Spring 2012 Lookbook)

(via Luize Salmgrieze by Alice Rosati for Glamour Spain)

(via Luize Salmgrieze by Alice Rosati for Glamour Spain)

(via Amber Anderson by Simon Burstall for Elle France)

(via Amber Anderson by Simon Burstall for Elle France)

(via Alessandra Ambrosio & Rodrigo Santoro by Eric Guillemain for Vogue Brazil December 2011)

(via Alessandra Ambrosio & Rodrigo Santoro by Eric Guillemain for Vogue Brazil December 2011)

(via Constance Jablonski by Giampaolo Sgura for Antidote #2)

(via Constance Jablonski by Giampaolo Sgura for Antidote #2)

(via Nastya Kadryanu by Felix Glasmeyer for Fashion Gone Rogue)

(via Nastya Kadryanu by Felix Glasmeyer for Fashion Gone Rogue)

CARINE ROITFELD “THE CLIENT” FOR W MAGAZINE

Former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld appeared at last Paris Couture week as a “client” —and W’s cameras went along for the ride. Filmed by famous French film director Loïc Prigent, they followed the charming Carine to more than 20 fashion shows, to fittings with couturiers from Jean Paul Gaultier to the reclusive Azzedine Alaïa, and, finally, to a two-day shoot with photographer Paolo Roversi.

TARA DOUGANS

VITA YANG

Taiwanese Fashion illustrator Vita Yang holds a MA Footwear Design degree in De Montfort University. Her illustration works can be seen in Vogue Taiwan, The Big Issue Taiwan, Elle Taiwan. She has also collaborated with Nigo’s Human Made, illustrated for the S/S 2011 collection on the official website. Series work: “This is why I miss London so much.” was awarded of Nigo Prize and also chosen work of American Illustration 30.

Her loyalty to one style is inspirational, as well as the looseness of her technique.