Givenchy's Graphic Spring Forward

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Ever since Ricardo Tisci took over as creative director at the House of Givenchy, the advertisements for the phenomenal collections have always amazed. Last season featured Mariacarla Boscono, Iris Strubegger and Adriana Lima without eyebrows, posing in a Parisian bedroom. This season  Mert and Marcus shot Natalia Vodianova, Simon Nessman, Eduardo, Emil and Mariacarla (this time with eyebrows) in a very simple, yet effective ad campaign. The clothes Tisci designed for Spring/Summer 2010 were so bold and graphic, that a solid white background made the prints eye-popping. The shots are very back to basic, featuring great models and great clothing, no fluff. Check out more shots from the campaign after the jump!





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The Faces of a Decade

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With the first decade of the twenty-first century behind us, L'Officiel Hommes chose to celebrate the faces who made this decade so memorable for their latest issue. Milan Vukmirovic shot the world's top working male supermodels for issue #18 of the magazine, featuring  faces of the decade including David Gandy, Garrett Neff, Simon Nessman, Chad White, Jon Kortajarena, Danny Beauchamp and Mathias Lauridsen. Check out the highlights of the shoot, after the jump!





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Rock The House!

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Models and rock stars go hand in hand, but those hands are usually spotted canoodling together at Boom Boom Room, or on a yacht on the French Riviera, or maybe a TriBeCa penthouse, not at a Grace Coddington styled Vogue photoshoot. In the latest issue of Vogue, Steven Meisel shot classic Russian beauty Sasha Pivovarova alongside many modern indie-rockers, creating a dichotomy comparable to the recent reinventions of traditional European fashion houses that Sasha modeled clothes from. Traditional skills mixed with youthful vibrancy create something spectacular, whether in music or fashion. Musicians including Mika, Vampire Weekend, The Horrors, Chester French, Beirut, and MGMT took the stage along with Sasha, modeling clothes from Givenchy, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Balmain, Burberry, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent to name a few. The editorial also includes short bios of the recently reinvented design houses, and the designers who helmed the brands. “Already Famous” gave American Vogue a hot shot of hip, and provided a fresh breath of air to the magazine, often regarded as “your Grandmother’s Vogue”, next to hipper French and Italian Vogues. Check out the entire editorial, after the jump!




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