If there’s one photographic duo we admire, it’s definitely Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
Tag: Vogue Paris
It’s the place to be at the moment because of the ‘Festival de la Mode et la Photographie‘ taking place at Villa Noailles: Hyères les Palmiers.
This small town on the Côte d’Azur is not as known as Cannes or StTropez, but its beauty is inimitable. I (Digi K) know for a fact, because I’ve spent many summers in the family house there.
They shot one of my favourite editorials with Kate Moss for W, and made numerous other gorgeous photographs for Vogue Paris, Vogue US, Vogue Italia, Dazed & Confused, Pop Magazine, Arena Hommes, Numéro….to name a few top notch fashion magazines they’ve worked for. As a duo, Mert Alas and Marcus Pigott, are the most acclaimed and respected photographers of the past decade. Vogue Paris has made a little recap of the covers they shot for them….
Maybe I (Digi K) should make a career change into a fashion psychic. It was over two years ago that I made a Ziggy Stardust inspired shopping, and only this month Kate Moss shines as David Bowie’s early 70’s alter ego Ziggy Stardust. Nevertheless, only Kate can personificate Ziggy like…
A surprising covermodel on French Vogue‘s September Issue; Charlotte Casiraghi. The eldest daughter of Caroline von Hannover (better known as Caroline of Monaco), is maybe the prettiest princess of our times. Ofcourse she had Grace Kelly as a grandmother, so there’s a good genetical beauty-package there.
Lovely Charlotte was photographed by Mario Testino, and we think she’s the spitting image of her mother at the same age. Check her mom’s Vogue cover (yes she had one too) after the jump>>>
Looking good! The first Vogue cover ever for Emmanuelle Alt. The new editor in chief of Vogue Paris tackled Brazilian beauty Gisele Bündchen for the job. Shining in a romantic white Dolce & Gabbana dress shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
“I don’t like water. I drink Diet Coke. Nor do I smoke, or drink alcohol or even sip a café. I don’t look after myself. I don’t do yoga, Pilates, those things. I hate physical effort, I don’t run anywhere, but I am super-energetic. Make-up? I just black my eyes and that’s it. My hair? I get it cut on set (fashion shoots), I never go to a hairdresser. I’m not sure I’m French. You think I’m not smart enough?”
It has been posted on Vogue Paris’ FB page: Editor in Chief, Carine Roitfeld is leaving the magazine! After ten years of making the French Issue of Vogue one of the must-have iconic stylebibles, Roitfeld has decided to focus on personal projects that are dear to her. Who will follow…