Tag Archives: Editorial

No So Fast Lane

I’ve been living in the slow lane for sure this week. Which is okay, I guess, except I’m on Instagram and everyone else seems to be living the life. Social media can be so depressing right? That and my sugar strike. What I would give for some pistachio gelato and a permanent vacation right about now. On the plus side (because I’m such a positive person) my caffeine withdrawals have finally subsided. Yay me!

Interview August 2012
Photographer: Craig McDean
Stylist: Kar Temper
Model: Mila Kunis

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Fatal Confession

Watercolor florals on graphic motifs on animal prints on malachite! My kind of hump day editorial.

Fatal Confession
Gravure Magazine Summer 2012
Shot by: Greg Sorensen
Styling by: Ursula Lake
Model: Simone Kerr

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Velvet

How to be classy and seductive simultaneously. My goal in life.

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Publication: Velvet Italy
Model: Irina Kulikova
Photography: Karen Collins

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Glam.org

Vogue Turkey is killing it with this editorial. Wearing designer dresses and being the center of attention on a beach is at the top of my bucket list.  Can you tell I have my priorities in order?

Also, it seems my eyebrows are incredibly popular among models. Also, today is my Friday as I’m taking tomorrow off to get pummeled by a Thai masseuse and then drink away the pain.

Publication: Vogue Turkey
Issue: March 2012
Title: Desert Jazz
Models: Ranya Mordanova and Janice Seinen Alida
Photography: Phil Poynter
Styling: Ece Sukan

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7th Heaven

Jessica Biel usually bores the hell out of me. But, seriously, she looks gooood in this W Magazine spread. The interview, however, is every bit as blah as I imagined it would be. Read it here if you want to fall asleep.

Photographs by Mikael Jansson
Styled by Edward Enninful

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Vogue Italia: Hot Mess

Vogue Italia’s editor-in-chief calls the Black Issue her proudest career accomplishment. Ummmm…seriously? If the entire issue didn’t make me uncomfortable, then the fashion editorial Haute Mess, shot by Steven Meisel, is making me sweat profusely. The group of models are adorned in over-the-top hairdos, nails and makeup and photographed in fast food restaurants and grocery stores. One even bears a faux baby bump. Stereotyping much.

Vibe wrote:

I will give Vogue Italia the benefit of the doubt that it was not their intention to be racist or offend anyone, but let’s keep it real for a minute: How many white girls [or any other ethnic backgrounds for that matter] do you know that dress or look like this? Exactly. Racist may be a little harsh of a word to describe this editorial , but it was definitely done in poor taste and judgement. Fashion is about being creative, pushing boundaries, and being expressive. Steven Meisel and Vogue Italia failed miserably at achieving these goals.

What do you think?

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Rolling in the Deep

Did you guys see Adele in this month’s issue of Vogue? I can’t stop staring at her eye makeup…or her bosom. But, per usual, people are making a fuss about how Photoshopped the images are. Seriously, if I was going to be featured in the best magazine on earth, I would demand they make my skin look glowy and my waist look teeny and my breasts look perky. Do you agree or take me for a shallow ho?

Read the article and see the rest of the images here.

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Puppet Show

“Whimsical” is kind of a douchey adjective, but in the case of this Vogue Italia editorial, I think it’s perfectly apt. Do we agree?

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Red

I’m incredibly fond of this editorial. It speaks to every ounce of my being. That’s a lot of ounces craving conversation.

Irma Weij by Violaine Chapallaz (Trip Down Memory Lane - Red September 2011) 6
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Red Magazine
Issue: September/October 2011
Title: Trip Down Memory Lane
Models: Irma Weij and the lovely Lotus
Photography: Violaine Chapallaz
Styling: Astrid Schilders

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Pretty Woman

While other 8 year olds were watching Power Rangers, I was addicted to Pretty Woman. I promised my mom I would cover my eyes during the love scenes and I didn’t even know what a hooker was until years later (it was pretty devastating, by the way, when I realized my beloved Julia Roberts was getting paid to have sex).  Usually, I just forwarded it to the makeover scene. I’m a sucker for makeovers!

How sexy is this editorial for LoveCat Magazine inspired by Pretty Woman?! It makes me nostalgic for my childhood 😉

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