Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Glamour model - Alessandra Ambrosio

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About: Alessandra Corine Ambrósio (born April 11, 1981) is a Brazilian model. Her last name is spelled Ambrósio, but the diacritic mark is omitted in her modeling work. She was described by retired supermodel Tyra Banks as "The future of the modeling world". She is best known for her work with Victoria’s Secret and was chosen as their first spokesmodel for Victoria's Secret PINK line. She is currently one of Victoria’s Secret Angels and the face for the UK company Next and Armani A|X.Aside from modeling work, she represents as the National Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Ambrosio was also selected by AskMen.com as Number 2 out of the Top 99 Most Desirable Women for 2008.

Photographer - Fabian Guignard
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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Derek Kettela glamour

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Derek Kettela glamour
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60's style

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Sun Spectacle, May 1967 by Peter Rand
Sun Spectacle, May 1967 by Peter Rand



Traffic Queen, 1960 by Norman Parkinson
Traffic Queen, 1960 by Norman Parkinson
With the onset of the sixties, the readership of Vogue became younger and more adventurous. In response to this, Parkinson began to take more experimental shots, communicating to the readership the way that the clothes would move and look when worn out and about.

Phone Box, London, 1963 by Norman Parkinson
Phone Box, London, 1963 by Norman Parkinson
During the 1960's, Parkinson's adventurous style was well suited to the more provocative attitudes of the new decade. Here, he captures Melanie Hampshire the model and cast member of Michelangelo Antonioni's infamous film "Blow-Up".

Sharok Hatami - Party Dress and Coat by Elio Berhanyer 1965
Party Dress and Coat by Elio Berhanyer 1965 | Sharok Hatami

Sharok Hatami - The Spanish Look for Summer--Two-Tone Outfit with Bell Bottoms 1965
The Spanish Look for Summer--Two-Tone Outfit with Bell Bottoms 1965 | Sharok Hatami

Ronald Falloon - Tiger-printed Rabbit Coat and Cap outside Chez Castel, Paris, 1965
Tiger-printed Rabbit Coat and Cap outside Chez Castel, Paris, 1965 | Ronald Falloon

Spot the Shorts, July 1967 by Ronald Traeger
Spot the Shorts, July 1967 by Ronald Traeger
From one of her most iconic sessions, the ‘Face of the Year’ Twiggy zooms down Pall Mall on her brand new mini-motorbike. The better to show her black-and white polka dot shirt and shorts ensemble by Foale and Tuffin. Like Mary Quant, Foale and Tuffin defined the ‘Swinging Sixties’ fashion – at least for the young. Twiggy, with her boyish hairstyle, epitomised its anything-goes mentality.

Shorts Supply, July 1967 by Ronald Traeger
Shorts Supply, July 1967 by Ronald Traeger

Ronald Traeger (1936-68)

The American Ronald Traeger had joined the U.S. Navy as a photographer and cinematographer before ending up on his discharge in England. He was taken up by French Elle and then British Vogue, who published his pictures in 1963. He was an instant hit and Vogue advised readers ‘to watch out for more of his work soon…’. He photographed ‘Swinging London’ for the magazine, and, as something of an outsider, being American, he treated the participants as an exotic species. Twiggy was a favourite model and perhaps Traeger's best-known set of images is of her racing around Hyde Park on a mini-motorbike. His promising career was cut short in 1968 at a moment when, as Cecil Beaton noted later, ‘he was well on the way to becoming one of the most brilliant photographers of today’.

Finishing Touches, August 1967 by Norman Parkinson
Finishing Touches, August 1967 by Norman Parkinson
Throughout the 1960's, British fashion photography went through a phase of gradually becoming less glamorous. Parkinson, who had for some time been interested in a documentary approach to his subjects, found that this trend allowed him to create some of his more inventive and witty images. He stated, "My sort of photography is still a charming deceit. People want to believe that the camera cannot lie."

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Monday, March 17, 2008

Lily Cole for NORDSTROM

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Model - Johnny Depp
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Model - Alicia Keys

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Alicia Keysfor Harper's Bazaar
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model - Alicia Keys
model - Alicia Keys
model - Alicia Keys
model - Alicia Keys
model - Alicia Keys

Official Alicia Keys site: http://www.aliciakeys.com/

About Alicia Keys:
Alicia Keys (born Alicia J. Augello-Cook on January 25, 1980 or 1981) is an American R&B, soul, and neo soul singer-songwriter, pianist, record producer, actress, music video director, philanthropist, and author who has sold over forty-one million albums and singles worldwide as of 2007, and has won numerous awards, including eleven Grammy Awards, eleven Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and fourteen NAACP Image Awards.

Photographer - Steven Meisel
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Photographer - Satoshi Saikusa

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photo by Satoshi Saikusa
photo by Satoshi Saikusa
photo by Satoshi Saikusa
photo by Satoshi Saikusa
photo by Satoshi Saikusa

Satoshi Saikusa site: http://www.satoshisaikusa.com/
Laetitia Casta site: http://www.laetitiacasta.com/

About Laetitia Casta:
Laetitia Marie Laure Casta (born May 11, 1978 in Pont-Audemer, Normandy) is a French supermodel and actress.

Photographer - Ralph Wenig
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