Looks like Lottie Moss, Kate’s half-sister, was scouted and signed on by Storm Model Management last week. Lottie began getting the media’s attention when pictures of her as a bridesmaid at Kate’s wedding in 2011 came out. The gorgeous 16-year-old has landed an editorial shoot which has been given the name “From Lottie with Love”, it will be printed in the February issue of Dazed and Confused.
Photographers for the shoot, Sean and Seng, used London as their background for the model and they fell for her instantly. The two explained her as being ”So sweet and full of character, with a piercing stare that can turn from coy to seductive in a second We wanted the shoot to have an easy London feel. We were thinking of a young Jean Shrimpton, Marianne Faithfull or Plum Sykes.”
Images via dazeddigital.com
In the latest issue of V Magazine, Winona Ryder strikes the cover and a major fashion spread. Being a star in more than 50 films, she returns to the cineplex with her first action film; Homefront. Winona is just ageless, look at these photos!
‘Oi!’ editorial exclusive for Annex Magazine Vol 6! Lensed by, Catherine Asanov, hair, by Rubarlena, make up, by Heiddis, styled by, Mandy Marie Styles.
Bruce Weber for British Vogue
Starring Jean Campbell and Ian Mellencamp
A new lovely star’s in Bruce Weber’s film “First Crush” shot by Weber for British Vogue. She’s Lady Jean Campbell whose father is the Earl & Thane of Cawdor and whose mother is a former Vogue Fashion Editor. Not to be outshone, her co-star is the beautiful Ian Mellencamp, nephew to rocker John Cougar Mellencamp. Although Ian’s passion is music, he’s been rocking it as a model featured in Diesel and Cole Haan campaigns.
“I cried for you
Now it’s your turn to cry over me
Every road has a turning
That’s one thing you’re learning”
Inspired by some of film and music’s biggest icons, photographer Anna Palma photographs model Matilda Price next to projections of powerful personalities such as Elvis Presley, JFP and David Bowie. The dreamy looks were styled by Christine Baker and Dane Holweger and Susan Haddon.
c.c; fashion gone rouge
Swimsuit: Haus of Pink Lemonade
“The Green Light in Her Eyes” is an editorial inspired by the simply extraordinary and passionately beautiful novel and movie The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. A fictional novel about the roaring 20’s, specifically the summer of 1922, in which the mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and the love of his life Daisy Buchanan are reunited in West Egg, Long Island after being separated for five years. Daisy, already being married to another millionaire Tom Buchanan, sees Gatsby for the first time and longs to be with him, her first love whom she never stopped loving.
Gatsby had immediately fallen in love with Daisy’s aura of luxury, grace and charm before he was sent off to the war. She promised to wait for him to return, however Gatsby knew he could not return until he had acquired a lifestyle that was suitable for her. He dedicated his life to reinventing himself and achieving an extravagant lifestyle to impress Daisy in the hopes of winning her back and sharing their life together. Five years later he finally returned and purchased a gaudy mansion across the bay from which she lived and threw lavish parties every weekend in the hopes that she would stroll into one of them.
Before the two lovers were reunited Gatsby spent many nights staring at the green light at the end of her dock, across the bay from his mansion, hoping to one day rekindle their lost romance. Once they had rekindled their passionate love Daisy begins to crave him and has an affair, leaving her confused and overwhelmed.
One of the main themes of the novel is that Gatsby is longing for the “green light” which represents Daisy. In a sense they both had “green” in their eyes, hers being greed and his being Daisy. Love is blindness.
Rachel Rutt and Seon creates a sweet and tasty hangout in front of an ice cream truck for Harper’s Bazaar China photographed by Shxpir, with pastel hues and Louis Vuitton it’s a sweet story not to miss.
Actress and star of the new and upcoming anticipated film version of “The Great Gatsby” Carey Mulligan stuns viewers with her spread and cover of American Flaunt Magazine. The British beauty transforms herself into a sophisticated and mysterious angle for the magazine in colorful images shot by Stevie and Mada. The stylist Elizabeth Stewart had selected standout designs from the high fashion brands such as Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana and Alexander McQueen for Carey to wear in the cathedral-snapped story. /Hair by Jenny Cho @ The Wall Group, Makeup by Georgie Eisdell @ The Wall Group, Props by Taylor Lorentz