kate-jam-and-diamonds:

by Mario Testino 1993

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

by Mario Testino 1993

highqualityfashion:

McQ SS 15

highqualityfashion:

McQ SS 15

a-state-of-bliss:

New York Times Magazine Fall 2014 ‘Go Slow Lara’ - Mark Miller & Lara Stone by Bruce Weber, styling Joe McKenna

a-state-of-bliss:

New York Times Magazine Fall 2014 ‘Go Slow Lara’ - Mark Miller & Lara Stone by Bruce Weber, styling Joe McKenna

black-white-madness:

Madness:

Photographer & Stylist: Anna PeftievaHair Stylist: Haruhide IshizakiMakeup Artist: Alexandra PouliadisModel: Aimee (Oxygen Models London)

black-white-madness:

Madness:

Photographer & Stylist: Anna Peftieva
Hair Stylist: Haruhide Ishizaki
Makeup Artist: Alexandra Pouliadis
Model: Aimee (Oxygen Models London)

tmagazine:

Punk rock princesses at Tom Ford. 

See Louise Damgaard’s backstage photo diary here.


ph Pablo Zamora

ph Pablo Zamora

maggieontherocks:

Christophe Lemaire FW 2014 seen by The Line

Lorde for Clash Magazine

prayforprada:

i love Tom Ford and his never ending love and dedication to the hoe aesthetic and lifestyle 

wmagazine:

Glitter Bug
Photograph by Marilyn Minter; styled by Patrick Mackie; W magazine September 2014. 

wmagazine:

Glitter Bug

Photograph by Marilyn Minter; styled by Patrick Mackie; W magazine September 2014. 

hipinuff:

Kurt Schwitters (German: 1887-1948), Wie Senkrecht-Wagerecht, 1926.

hipinuff:

Kurt Schwitters (German: 1887-1948), Wie Senkrecht-Wagerecht, 1926.


naomi campbell photographed by herb ritts (1990)

naomi campbell photographed by herb ritts (1990)

thegetty:

Trois crayons, or three-colored chalk, was a technique Watteau may have learned by studying drawings by Peter Paul Rubens.

Made to study the movement of this woman’s costume, Watteau kept hundreds of drawings together as a reference for any composition. The central figure appears in Embarkation for Cythera at the Louvre. 

Fashion Fridays explores art, history, and costume inspired by the exhibition Rococo to Revolution #NowOnView

Studies of Three Women, about 1716-1717, Jean-Antoine Watteau. J. Paul Getty Museum.

"Fashion Futurism" Naomi photographed by Steven Meisel , Vogue UK March 1988