Most have seen the editorial by Mert and Marcus, so here’s the film that goes along with the shoot. Sort of eerily beautiful, no?
I live for Givenchy and the handsome Riccardo Tisci. Steven Klein sets this up for an obvious shoot displaying Fall’s Givenchy in a rather moody and typical Klein setting. While I’m not the one slung over Tisci’s shoulders, everyone does have a dream. With all of my recent posts, this is turning into my hidden desires displayed to the world, so quickly I’ll point out there is a landing strip in the editorial below. I’m sure someone will enjoy that precise hair maintenance.
Inside the magazine, Riccardo is interviewed by Donatella Versace. Get at it.
Photo: Steven Klein
Stylist: Ludivine Poiblanc
Models: Guinevere Van Seenus & Saskia De Brauw
Hello, lovers! It’s been a while since I’ve written. Let’s start with a slew of covers for Muse, featuring Gisele, Jamie Bochert, Karen Elson, Isabeli, Malgosia Bela, Guinevere Van Seenus, and Carolyn Murphy. These are the magazine’s “modern muses” and take it how you like. My favorite of the covers has to be the the fare, and lovely Karen. From Karen’s modeling to her pretty music, I just love her. Such a striking, natural beauty. I’ll be posting her Vogue editorial shortly, too.
Also, where in the hell has Natasha been lately? She went all MIA on us for a while. While I’m at it, Carolyn’s cover, and I know a lot of people liked it, seems so in poor taste. She’s all, “give it to me, daddy,” and I don’t think I necessarily want it, no ma’am.
Muse #25 Spring 2011
Ph: Luigi Murenu
Models: Gisele, Jamie, Karen, Isabeli, Malgosia, Guinevere, Carolyn
Three shorts have caught my eye in the past couple days. All them star models, the last for a Spring 2010 campaign. Enjoy the eye candy, readers and viewers.
1. Agyness Deyn stars in McDermott & McGough film on the Nowness. She’s quite beautiful in the neo-noir short and more likable than she usually is.
2. Magdalena preview in Numéro by Greg Kadel. Love her and need more of her.
3. Rodarte S/S 2010 starring Guinevere van Seenus. This is a little more interesting and odd for the average viewer.