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Louis Vuitton Handbags Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign


Actress Michelle Williams and photographer Peter Lindbergh are teaming up once again for Louis Vuitton‘s latest handbags campaign.

The 33 year old Academy Award nominated actress models the new Louis Vuitton Lockit, a bag originally launched in 1958 and was unearthed in the brand’s archives in 2006. It features a leather tab with a padlock on the side and retails at £2,400.

In the fourth image below she wears a white gold and diamond Lockit bracelet sealed with a padlock in a corresponding design to the bag.

Other bags features in the campaign are the Alma (in vivid orange) and the Capucines which takes its name from the rue des Capucines in Paris. The campaign was styled by Carine Roitfeld. (source)

Click here to view last season’s campaign images.


Louis Vuitton Spirit of Travel 2014 Ad Campaign


Peter Lindbergh captured the gorgeous safari-inspired campaign of Louis Vuitton Spirit of Travel featuring giraffes, and top models Edie Campbell and Karen Elson.

They were all styled by Carine Roitfeld and photographed in the amazing South Africa. The campaign spotlights Vuitton’s iconic monogram bags — Speedy, Keepall and Neverfull — along with two new styles, including a structured, ladylike one. (source)




Cartier La Panthère Fragrance 2014 Ad Campaign


Peter Lindbergh photographed the campaign with Erin Wasson. (source)


Gemfields Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign


Peter Lindbergh photographed the black and white campaign with actress Mila Kunis sans make up. Well, perhaps a bit. (source)


David Yurman Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign


Peter Lindbergh photographed Dree Hemingway for the latest ad campaign of David Yurman. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of David Yurman: Fall Winter 2013, Spring Summer 2013, Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall Winter 2011, Spring Summer 2011, Fall Winter 2010, Spring Summer 2010 and Fall Winter 2009.


Three Covers of Glamour Italia February 2014


Peter Lindbergh photographed the Bianca Balti cover. (source)




Helena Christensen for D La Repubblica #870


Peter Lindbergh shot the cover. (source)


Featured Article: Vogue US 2013 Covers Recap


In 2013, Vogue US had a quite good year, cover wise.

Anna Wintour finally gave the cover slot for the much deserving celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Jessica Chastain (both were photographed by Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz respectively). Anna also gave buxom model Kate Upton her first ever Vogue US front page spot. Lots of people hated the news when they first heard about the rumor, but the result was suprisingly good. She wears Dolce & Gabbana on the cover that was shot by Mario Testino. Now we just have to wait and see if the rumour of Girls‘ creator and leading lady, Lena Dunham lands the upcoming cover of the magazine true or not.

Peruvian Mario Testino is one of Anna‘s favourite photographers, and this year the 59 year old photographed two more covers other than Jen-Law and Kate Upton. He shot The Great Gatsby actress Carey Mulligan and two-time cover star (in a lovely chartreuse Oscar De La Renta dress) for May, and Academy Award winning actress Kate Winslet for November issue.

Mario Testino is not the only one who repeats the cover stint for the monthly fashion bible, because 64 year old American Annie Leibovitz also shot several covers besides our favourite Jessica Chastain‘s December issue. She photographed the January issue with Gwen Stefani in Saint Laurent, April with Michelle Obama in Reed Krakoff (another favourite!), July with Katy Perry in Rodarte, and August with Claire Danes in Burberry Prorsum.

Fashion photographers David Sims (born in UK), Patrick Demarchelier (French), and Peter Lindbergh (German) shot the rest of the cover slots this year with Rooney Mara, Beyoncé, and Sandra Bullock respectively.

Which one is your favourite cover from Vogue US this year? Read also our 2012, 2011, and 2010 recaps by clicking the links.

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Belstaff Spring Summer 2014 Ad Campaign


Peter Lindbergh photographed David Beckham, Andreea Diaconu, Tom Firth, Christian Gajdus, and Will Bowden for the latest ad campaign image of Belstaff. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Belstaff: Fall Winter 2013, Pre Fall 2013, Spring Summer 2013, and Fall Winter 2012.


Featured Article: Vanity Fair 2013 Covers Recap


Vanity Fair started this year with one of our favourite covers from them. Some of the world’s funniest comedians and comediennes (we are talking about Jim Carrey, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Rock, Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, and Maya Rudolph amongs others!) were posed in front of Mark Seliger lens with hilariously ridiculous outfits. Not to mention that Judd Apatow guest edited the issue. So, it was a perfect Comedy Issue!

Another favourite from Vanity Fair is the August issue with first time cover star, Scandal‘s Kerry Washington who really deserves more major magazine front page slots in the future. She posed in a sexy white cut out bikini, half underwater by Norman Jean Roy. American actress Jennifer Lawrence landed the February issue before her Oscar winning moment (who can forget that historical time when she slipped on the stage!) and her cover came in perfect timing.

More Academy Award-related actors whose featured in this year’s line up were Ben Affleck–who directed this year’s Best Picture winner, Argo–and 2013 Best Actor nominee Bradley Cooper (with the lovely Emma Stone) for March, 1954 Best Actress winner Audrey Hepburn for May, 2009 Best Actor nominee Brad Pitt for June (our least fave cover of the year), and 2003 Best Actress winner Nicole Kidman for December.

The rest of the cover stars are singer Taylor Swift by Peter Lindbergh, actor Channing Tatum by Bruce Weber, the late Princess Diana by Mario Testino, model Kate Upton by Annie Leibovitz (celebrating their 100th anniversary issue), and rapper Jay Z by Mario Testino.

One thing we realized is that VF changed their bold masthead to be more vintage, classic yet slim since October issue. We are not complaining about it, as long as they keep producing good covers and attention-grabbing headlines. Sometimes the headlines were silly and too obvious (i.e The Wife Who Outfoxed Kristen Stewart in December), but it’s our guilty pleasure to see what will they write next.

Which one of this year’s line up is your favourite? You can also read our 2012, 2011 and 2010 review by clicking the respective links.

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