As much as I loved loads of Stella Tennant’s ‘punk’ looks in the 90s (flashback to all the Corinne Day and Melanie Ward goodness in Donna and Vogue Italia), I’m really enjoying her grown up ‘gentlewoman style’ modelling too. (more…)
Sorry to be a Peter Lindbergh bore but this new photo book looks like a total gem.
Only Lindbergh could persuade Dior to ship 80-odd couture outfits from its temperature-controlled Paris vaults to the streets of New York. The grimy streets of Times Square no less, where Lindbergh and his team shot his favourite supermodels street photographer style, sans the OTT hair and make-up that would normally accompany such finery on the runway for his book, Dior by Peter Lindbergh. (more…)
Loving this style profile of Venetia Scott on Matchesfashion.com. Scott is a photographer, stylist and fashion director of British Vogue, and was also instrumental in making Marc Jacobs the must-have insider label of the 2000s.
In collaboration with Matches, she has her first photography exhibition, ‘Fragile Face Lay Flat’ showing at the Matches Townhouse, 5 Carlos Place, London, W1, from 16-28 September 2019. More info here. (more…)
“This should be the responsibility of photographers today: to free women, and finally everyone, from the terror of youth and perfection.”
How do you define the ‘Lindbergh’ look? I think I summed it up quite well here; soulful, expressive, with a slightly red-eyed, poetic vulnerability. The Lindbergh look “speaks of emotion and individuality, always letting the natural skin shine through.” (more…)