Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Corey Monteith and Lea Michelle on TEENVOGUE US December/January

Fashion Editor: Heathermary Jackson

Check out photos from Lea Michele and Cory Monteith's Teen Vogue cover shoot:

Cory, on life before acting:

"I didn't even know that you could get paid to be an actor when I first started doing this."

Read More http://www.teenvogue.com/industry/coverlook/2010/11/lea-michele-cory-monteith-teen-vogue-photos#ixzz1Jrw7Zmbm

Lea, on playing Cory's girlfriend on set

"We're such good friends that we've passed that level of weirdness. Cory farts in front of me."

Read More http://www.teenvogue.com/industry/coverlook/2010/11/lea-michele-cory-monteith-teen-vogue-photos#ixzz1Jrvi4PQL

Cory, on the popularity of Glee

"Even if it's not your cup of tea, it's really hard to get negative about a show that's [about] singing and dancing and that makes people smile."

Read More http://www.teenvogue.com/industry/coverlook/2010/11/lea-michele-cory-monteith-teen-vogue-photos#ixzz1Jrvb78dt

Cory, on auditioning for Glee:

"My manager literally had to talk me into it. I was petrified to sing in front of anyone."

Read More http://www.teenvogue.com/industry/coverlook/2010/11/lea-michele-cory-monteith-teen-vogue-photos#ixzz1JrvorAaY

Monday, December 20, 2010

Dianna Agron from Glee!

Glee star Dianna Argon posed for Vanity Fair's October issue and was photographed by renowned photographer Paola Kudacki. In the stunning photo spread, styled by Jessica Diehl, Dianna looks beautiful and much more glamorous than her television character, mean girl cheerleader Quinn Fabray.
In the Vanity Fair article, the Glee starlet shares who she admires in Hollywood and how her new film project, I Am Number Four, is different from being a 'gleek'.


 And she looks amazing in this Carolina Herrera Dress in Emmy Awards 2010.
 And with my favorite guy among the Glee Casts - Mark Salling.
 Her boyfriend is just as HOT!!! Pure HOTNESS!! Alex Pettyfer.

Source:
http://www.hollywire.com/

Friday, December 10, 2010

GLEE! GLEE! GLEE!

On Dianna: Cardigan and bra by Betsey Johnson. Skirt by A.P.C.
On Cory: Rugby shirt, $125, by Gant Rugger. Vintage patch from Melet Mercantile. T-shirt, $14, by Calvin Klein Underwear. Pants, $295, Gant by Michael Bastian. Watch strap by Smart Turnout. Watch by Timex.
On Lea: Sweater by Relwen. Bra and panties, Pout by Victoria's Secret. Socks by Falke. Heels by Michael Kors.
 Glee stars-Lea Michelle, Dianna Agron and Corey Monteith have graced the cover of US GQ November, 2010. There has been controversial comments about the shoot. Lea  Michelle is portrayed in this shoot as having another character which is extremely different from her role in the TV show. But for me, this is ART and I still love them. I have also learned that the Glee members have apologized to their fans, which for me, is unnecessary. Now go and check out the GQ shoot with photographer Terry Richardson.
Vintage T-shirt from Melet Mercantile. Bra, Pout by Victoria's Secret. Panties by Calvin Klein Underwear. Socks by American Apparel.

Jacket by Armani Jeans. Shirt by Calvin Klein. Tie by Uniqlo. Jeans by Diesel.

Sweater by Michael Kors. Bra by Victoria's Secret. Bracelet by Me&Ro. Skirt by D&G. Heels by Christian Louboutin.

Vintage T-shirt from Melet Mercantile. Bra, Pout by Victoria's Secret. Panties by Calvin Klein Underwear. Socks by American Apparel.

Sweater by Michael Kors. Bra by Victoria's Secret. Bracelet by Me&Ro. Skirt by D&G. Heels by Christian Louboutin.

Coat by Gucci. Sweater by Gant Rugger. T-shirt by A|X Armani Exchange. Jeans by Diesel. Sneakers by Converse. Watch strap by Smart Turnout.

On Dianna: Polo shirt by Lacoste. Bra by Betsey Johnson. Skirt by American Apparel. Heels by Christian Louboutin. Socks by Miu Miu.
On Lea: Vintage T-shirt from Melet Mercantile. Panties by American Apparel. Heels by Christian Louboutin. Socks by Hue.

On Dianna: Cardigan, vintage. Bra, Pout by Victoria's Secret. Shorts by Spicy Girl from Patricia Field, N.Y.C.
On Cory: Sweater by Dolce & Gabbana. Shirt, Gant by Michael Bastian. Tie by Band of Outsiders. Pants by Club Monaco. Watch strap by Smart Turnout. Watch by Timex.
On Lea: Cardigan by Michael Kors. Bra by Betsey Johnson. Necklace by Me&Ro. Skirt by American Apparel. Socks by Falke.

Vintage T-shirt from Melet Mercantile. Bra, Pout by Victoria's Secret. Panties by Calvin Klein Underwear. Socks by American Apparel.

On Dianna: Cardigan and skirt, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers. Bra by Victoria's Secret. Heels by Yves Saint Laurent. Socks by Antipast.
On Lea: Blazer by Rag & Bone. Bra by Betsey Johnson. Heels by Miu Miu. Socks by American Apparel.
On Cory: Hoodie by Gap. Shirt by J.Crew. Tie by Fred Perry. Pants, Gant by Michael Bastian. Sneakers by Converse. Socks by Smart Turnout.

On Dianna: Cardigan and bra by Betsey Johnson.
On Cory: Rugby shirt, $125, by Gant Rugger. Vintage patch from Melet Mercantile. T-shirt, $14, by Calvin Klein Underwear.
On Lea: Sweater by Relwen. Bra, Pout by Victoria's Secret.
Source:
http://www.gq.com/entertainment/

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

KATE MOSS FOR VOGUE ITALIA DECEMBER 2010 BY NICK KNIGHT.

Minidress in printed muslin, Marc Jacobs. Lingerie, tights and garters, What Katie Did; sandals Miu Miu.
Explosive and voluptuous sensuality: Kate Moss, sex symbol of the 1990s, embodies the century's new beauty. In photographs by Nick Knight, the English model - like a modern pin-up girl - seduces shot after shot.magnificent! It's amazing how the styling could turn modern pieces into this 50's/60's atmosphere -miu miu resort 2011 looked tottaly 70's! the sets are perfect and the most astonishing: we see this kind of "vintage" editorials all the time, but this one doesn't look boring or only 'one more vintage editorial'. okay, i might be influenced by the fact that kate is my favourite model.
Cotton and linen dress with flowers prints, Louis Vuitton
"In the photo shoot I wanted to capture aspects of sensuality that usually are not expressed or accepted by contemporary fashion. And Kate Moss was perfect for this", declared the photographer regarding the photographic feature you can see in the gallery.
Left. Skin: Diorskin Nude Compact Gelée Effet Peau Nue N. 2. Eyes: Diorliner and mascara Extase, Black. All Dior. Right. Oversize lapin jacket in printed leopard, Burberry Prorsum Pre-collection.
The super top model, on the eve of her 37th birthday (which will take place on 16 January), continues to fascinate the public: recently Vogue America crowned her "the most chic woman of the decade" and she has just launched her perfume, "Vintage Muse". Her tumultuous love story with the musician Pete Doherty and the 2005 cocaine scandal already seem part of a distant past, which have not tarnished the image of Kate Moss.
Left. Bandeau and canvas skirt with a contrast piped, Yves Saint Laurent. Panties Intimissimi. Right. Batik printed shorts in satin duchesse, Chloé. Tights Jonathan Aston, sandals Miu Miu.

Right. Cotton dress checked alleys, Blumarine. Left. Tiger printed blouse in chiffon, D&G; polka-dot culotte in satin, Dolce & Gabbana. Stockings Aristoc @ Mytights; polka dot canvas shoes, Miu Miu.

Leopard printed body corset in cotton, Dolce & Gabbana; cashmere cardigan, Blumarine. Shoes What Katie Did; polka dot shoes, Miu Miu.

Checkered cotton skirt, Frankie Morello; lingerie Intimissimi. Ring Gillian Horsup; tights What Katie Did, Miu Miu sandals.

Crêpe de chine shirt and polka dot shorts, Miu Miu; bra Jean Paul Gaultier For La Perla. Ring Gillian Horsup.

Pull and bra, Dolce & Gabbana; printed silk skirt, Moschino. Tights Jonathan Aston; canvas polka dot sandals, Miu Miu.
Hairstyle Sam McKnight @ Premier Hair and Make-Up. Maquillage Val Garland @ Streeters London. Fashion Editor Edward Enninful.

Source: (VOGUE ITALIA)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

was this a correct thing to see?

Was this a correct thing to see?
In a place they called matrimony:
Wherefore they asked, “Love conquers all.”
I ask myself, “Is that love at all?”

“Two hearts,” they said, “But beat as one.”
“Mutual”, that word was one.
A bond that ties these hearts as one,
Can tie two hearts only as one?

I let myself to ask again
And tied my thoughts in vain:
“That bond you called matrimony,
Was that something you long to see?”

“Absurd,” a word I long to put
In line along that of my foot.
“Fidelity” was Wordsworth’s style,
But to nature he longed to smile.

Here are lovers, who long to act
Against nature, that stated fact.
One of these hearts, it fell and cracked,
Along each line, it crashed and smacked.

Those words were harsh that flew past by,
Hateful they were Oh my Oh my!
Such Hate can spring from all those lies.
“Such Hate,” I say, “Such powerful lies.”

“Broken” a word they didn’t foresee,
But fate was there to make them see
Those lies, those lies were put on trial
Along that line set by the friar.

Suspicions now come to light,
The Hearts that beat with all their might
To seek revenge among his friends
Who talked about the latest trends.

Set out was he that cruel Romeo
Avenge he must of his polio.
High pitched fever his heart did bore
Filled with anguish there at the core.

my thoughts are with you sonnet.

Dated 5th May, 2011. Its the 3rd time ive edited this work...I want to go in accordance with the Shakespearean Sonnet style of writing... I hope I don't commit no crime in writing this sonnet because sonnet has got such a strict rule.

My thoughts are there with you, oh yes with you,
High on wine and high on you.Seduce me
With your vines, I will read my lines to you
Make this world mine. Distance is far maybe,
Between you and I. But near are you here
In my heart and in my frightening mind.
How am I s'pose to spend my night out here?
I can't be lying here with my own kind.
Don’t let the heavens fall on me hold me
In your heart tonight, caress me and I,
I'll put you deep in my thoughts do hold me.
I yearn for that secret pleasure, yes I.
When holding hands meant being a part of us
That state when I become you that tied us.

complicated simplicity sonnet.

The simplicity of it all, and oh
The loneliness enthralling me beyond
The complicatedness of it all, oh
Deep down inside I feel the rising tides.
Facing the phase of adulthood: am I
Alone? Is it my soul seeking a dream?
Is it my life, my past and my future
Confounding themselves delving deep in wars
Is it that black fairy trying so hard
To hold its life so dear it had cherished?
Something from somewhere pokes me and tells me
To not take the step I am yet to take;
Finding it hard to even concentrate
Upon this life oh this dark lifeless life

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Kirsi Pyrhönen for VOGUE ITALIA by PAOLO ROVERSI

Left. Jacket, Lanvin; hat Stephen Jones; Leg Covers, Ter et Bantine. Jacket and hood, Yves Saint Laurent; headpiece Donna Karan Collection; earrings Gripoix

Coat, Max Mara; skirt, Limi Feu. Headband, Karl Lagerfeld; cape, Jhon Galliano; belt Yohji Yamamoto; gloves Cornelia James
 Source: Vogue Italia

Jacket, Gianfranco Ferré. Hat angels the costumiers; veil VV Rouleaux; gloves, Ines Gloves

Hood, Viktor & Rolf; jacket and skirt; Trussardi 1911. Socks, Calzedonia; shoes Richard Nicoll. Next page. Coat and hat, Donna Karan Collection. Leg covers, Ter et Bantine. Bijoux Gripoix

Coat, Iceberg; tail­leur, Louis Vuitton. Brooch Gripoix. Next page. Jacket and skirt, Fendi. Headband Karl Lager­feld; micro-gloves Ines Gloves




make-up Sally Branka: @ Julian Watson agency. Manicure Elsa Deslandes @ majeure & événements. Fashion editor Jacob K
Discovered at the age of thirteen, now at seventeen she is one of the new faces of the fashion world. And yet, with that beauty of an "alien Laplander", she considers herself a normal teenager... with a suitcase
Two months have passed since that cover (May's Vogue Italia), but the excitement has still not died down in the fashion world.

With Kirsi Pyrhönen the expression "a star is born" is something more than a convenient cliché. Kirsi is a star born seventeen years ago, and that's that. As for the interplanetary aspect, that air of the alien Laplander who has just fallen to Earth. Finnish, from near Helsinki, an older brother and sister, two working parents - "my father is an engineer; my mother works at a gas company" - her dog Akusti, a Swedish Vallhund, Kirsi is a student with a suitcase. "I'm here at school for just one more week, then the holidays begin: I still have three years to go to finish high school".

Considering she is a teenager catapulted to the top of the profession in just a few weeks and one of the new faces to which the world will soon become accustomed, she displays noteworthy realism. "I'm just a student who sometimes takes a plane and goes to work, and has a great job".

A great job that she'll endeavour to keep doing. "It's what I've always wanted to do. Becoming a model was never a plan, even if I did want to do it when I was a child". She has not found the fashion world to be very different from how she imagined it. "Tougher and more tiring than I expected, that IS true". And it is still too soon to talk about a life "after": "I could remain in this world, but I also like design and furnishing. I'll certainly do something creative. Only time will tell me what".

Otherwise, her world is like that of any other teenager, with the same pastimes - "I don't have a favourite band or DJ: I like certain songs by Lady Gaga, MGMT, Lil Wayne, Kanye West..." - and the same concerns of someone who will inherit an ecologically semi-destroyed planet when she grows up. "We can truly change things for the environment if we all do something, even if it's small. And then I would like to help those who are in desperate need".

These photos by Paolo Roversi place her in a timeless classicity: it is no coincidence that she likes Audrey Hepburn films and has Coco Chanel as a reference. She loves vintage, "above all in summer. Here in the north, in winter you need to cover up in something more modern and effective".

Among today's names, she likes Christopher Kane and Alexander Wang
, designers for whom she has paraded. "They're both young and their collections are amazing. They have a style that's very close to my own tastes". For now, the whirlwind of events that has made her teenage life so crazy allows her little time, and the little there is she devotes entirely "to friends, to family... and to food".

Ending up on that cover designed by Steven Meisel - "there was a splendid atmosphere on the set; it was a very beautiful shoot" - was perhaps predestined, ever since she was discovered one day, at thirteen, shopping at Ikea together with her mother. "I don't remember what we were buying", she says, smiling, "probably nothing important". Perhaps she is right. The "discovery" would have happened anyway, maybe in a lift or at a bar. It is unlikely that such an "alien" beauty would have gone unnoticed for long.

Yet that shopping session offered the opportunity for a career that has a good chance of characterising the decades to come. Who knows, maybe the Swedish colossus will ask her to be the face for an ad campaign, to give her the opportunity to pay them back.


Leonardo Clausi, tratto da Vogue Italia, Luglio 2010 (n. 719), p. 160 - 173

Sunday, May 16, 2010

JENNIFER LOPEZ FOR VOGUE ITALIA MAY 2010 BY MICHAELANGELO DI BATTISTA

On the left. Shirt, Yves Saint Laurent. On the right. Dress, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci; hat, Katharina M; sandal, Giuseppe Zanotti Design
Despite her twins, Emme and Maximilian, her marriage with Latin pop star Marc Anthony, her long break and luxury commuting life between Los Angeles and her country home outside New York, she has not changed. She is still "Jenny from the block", thanks to a solid family, but also because of two failed marriages that have helped her understand what love is. Now she feels ready to talk about it. In song. 
Cardigan, corset, skirt and shoes by Dolce&Gabbana
"Going to love lessons could help us in our lives". With three marriages and a series of stormy relationships behind her, Jennifer Lopez speaks with experience. Sitting in the study in her country home outside New York, she touches on the argument by talking about Love, the first album produced since the birth of her two twins, Emme and Maximilian.
On the left. Dress, Gucci; gloves, Maison Fabre. On the right. Robe bustier, Antonio Berardi
"Love is the most important thing in life, but we never talk about it enough", she stresses. "Today, I feel I'm a more aware person. I don't want to try and teach anyone anything, because I don't reckon I have all the answers in my pocket. But I would like this record to help people think".
Bodysuit, Eres; dress and sandals Prada
The six years passed with Marc Anthony and maternity have changed her points of view. A few months before the birth of the twins, she chose to leave the public scene for the first time since coming to the fore as actress, in the mid 1990s. This has been a healthy break for her, giving her the time to reflect and the desire to restart the role of sexy diva she has always played. "At the beginning, everything revolved around the kids. Now, they remain the priority, but I've reacquired my sex appeal and energy".

Shirt and shorts, Yves Saint Laurent

Dress, necklace and shoes, Lanvin
Nicola Scevola, from Vogue Italia, May 2010 (n.411), p. 156 - 167

Source: (VOGUE ITALIA)

Saturday, April 10, 2010

"A WHITE STORY": VOGUE ITALIA APRIL 2010 EDITORIAL BY PAOLO ROVERS

Left dress, Valentino; body, Wunderkind; gloves, Cornelia James; socks, Chanel; knee pads, Vanessa Bruno.
Right dress, Fendi; shawl, Angels the Costumiers.
Make-up Max Delorme @ L’atelier NY using Temptu.
Manicure Anny Errandonea @ Marie-France Thavonekham.
Fashion editor Jacob K.

Slip dress, Just Cavalli. Tights, Chanel; Knee pads, Vanessa Bruno and Emma Roach.

Left dress and tights, Chanel. Bra, National Theatre Costume Hire; knee pads, Emma Roach.
Right robe bustier, Gianfranco Ferré.

Top and dress; jacket, top and skirt: Comme Des Garçons. Knee pads, Vanessa Bruno and Emma Roach.

Left shirt and skirt, Ralph Lauren Collection; Top, Phi.
Right dress, Alberta Ferretti.

Left from left bra and knickers, Vivienne Westwood. Dress and shorts, Yves Saint Laurent; Top, Phi.
Right shirt, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci; skirt, Ann Demeulemeester.

Slip dress, Missoni. Hair Odile Gilbert @ L’atelier (68).

Left top and knickers, Dolce & Gabbana; bra, Jean Paul Gaultier; crinoline, Emma Roach.
Right shirt, Yohji Yamamoto; skirt, D&G; bloomers, Angels the Costumiers. tights, Wolford; laces, Emma Roach.

Dress, Chloé; slip dress vintage, Angels the Costumiers. Knee pads, Vanessa Bruno and Emma Roach. Prop stylist Jean-Hughes de Chatillon.

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