Another pairing of Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans for Gucci Guilty latest range.
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The actress was photographed by John Russo for the cover.
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Actress Evan Rachel Wood was photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth for the latest cover of Flaunt magazine.
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Vogue Mexico/Latin America started this year with a simply stunning Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott photographed image, a reprint from Vogue Russia‘s last cover edited by Aliona Doletskaya, featuring Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova.
Quite similar hands-in-waist pose like Natalia can be seen in four more covers this year: Evan Rachel Wood‘s February issue by James White, the only non model front page; Cindy Crawford‘s May issue by Tesh; Isabeli Fontana‘s September issue by Marcin Tyszka; and one of my favourites, Magdalena Frackowiak‘s December issue by David Roemer.
David Roemer also photographed four more covers this year for Vogue Mexico: March with Siri Tollerod, April with Crystal Renn, October with Julia Stegner, Ryan Kennedy and Julian Schratter and last but not least, November with Maryna Linchuk. That’s lot of cover job for a year. Congratulations!
Polish born fashion photographer Marcin Tyszka, who also shot Anna Jagodzinska for the second cover version of September issue (the third version featuring Eniko Mihalik was snapped by Regan Cameron), landed two more cover slot this year and both of them were also my favourite: Kim Noorda‘s June issue and Zuzanna Bijoch‘s July issue.
Beside Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, James White and Tesh, Michael Filonow, a former model, is another photographer who photographed one cover slot for the monthly fashion publication. The New York based photographer lensed 24 year old Estonian model, Tiiu Kuik, for the August issue.
I’m quite impressed with this year’s covers and hopefully next year they’ll impress me even more.
Which one is your favourite cover from Vogue Mexico/Latin America this year, guys?
UPDATED MAY 05th 2011 : Added two more images of the MET Ball 2011 Red Carpet for Celebrities.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala 2011 was held last night in New York City. You can see the the red carpet gallery of the celebrities who attended the event below. This year, the theme was dedicated to late British designer Alexander McQueen, and celebrated the opening of the museum’s new McQueen retrospective exhibition.
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For their Annual Hollywood Issue (this years remarks their 17th edition), Vanity Fair gathered some of current hottest, young and most talented movie stars : Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Jame Franco (Hathaway and Oscar nominee Franco are co hosting this years Oscar!), Jennifer Lawrence (this year Oscar nominee), Anthony Mackie, Olivia Wilde, Jesse Eisenberg (third this year’s Oscar nominee in this cover!), Mila Kunis, Robert Duvall (he’s NOT young and NOT a new actor, why is he on the cover???), Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Garfield (remember how he was struggling to “introduced” The Social Network on this year’s Golden Globe?), Rashida Jones (in Tom Ford), Garrett Hedlund and Noomi Rapace (she almost unrecognizable here!!). This cover was photographed by contributing photographer Norman Jean Roy which they usually hired Annie Leibovitz. Where is she by the way…
“We wanted to evoke the glamour of 1930s Shanghai, an era of smoky, alluring elegance. We had the gentlemen looking dashing in black tie, whilst the ladies were radiant in spring’s gowns—from Gucci to Yves Saint Laurent—and glittering with diamonds from Chanel and other arbiters of glamour.” says fashion and style director Jessica Diehl. Click to see behind the scenes slide show at VF.com
Rumour has it that they will have Natalie Portman on the cover but apparently there is no Ms.Portman
Below are Vanity Fair‘s past Hollywood Issue covers lensed by Annie Leibovitz (Images via VF.com) :
Red haired Evan Rachel Wood was photographed by James White for this February cover of Vogue Mexico (last year cover girl was Lindsay Ellingson). She was on the covers of Nylon US, Glamour Italia, BlackBook, Vanity Fair US and Elle Canada earlier. Sarah Gore Reeves was the fashion editor for the shoot while Renato Campora did the hair and Patty Dubroff did the make up.
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