I know every girl enjoys high heels and so do I (especially when others are wearing them and I can admire from distance ; )) Still, for the needs of a little photo shoot we did I even managed to ride a bike in them and survive! It was a lot of fun and people watching us were probably thinking What the hell?! I share with you some photos from “Heels on wheels” shoot and special thanks to everyone who borrowed their heels, bike or their legs for this occasion : )
…Isabela Simao, my dear friend and an amazing photographer! She comes from Brasil, is very smart, funny, talented and sarcastic from time to time which is why I love her so much! But, today I want to introduce you all to her work as a photographer! She may say she is still not one, but trust me, she is and you will see it by looking at her photos. She is a petite girl but that didn’t stop her to carry around few kilos heavy cameras when we were on holidays in Nice and I’m glad it didn’t because some of those photos took my breath away…
Let’s see what she had to tell me in a little interview we did…
From time to time I get to see some photos that I find really interesting and inspiring! Images that speak 100 languages, that say more than any word could and that leave me speechless. From time to time I will share those photos with you!
The ones that caught my eye today are photos from new issue of FAAR magazine featuring models from Serbian designer Ana Ljubinkovic. Pieces are from her lates s/s 2012 collection called Silent Spring. This editorial with the help of illustration and graphic takes you into wonderland, a surreal place full of beauty and delicious colors.
I’ve been in love with movies ever since I can remember but for the past few weeks I’ve been watching a super crazy amount of them! Maybe it has something to do with the fact that all movies in Italy are synchronized and I haven’t been to the cinema since I’ve moved here. It may also have something to do with some of my school projects but I won’t bore you with that : )
The fist title I decided to share with you is a movie from a bunch that left an impression on me. It is called Who are you, Polly Maggoo? and it was made in 1966. So if you’re a fan of 60s fashion you must take a look…
Streets are the place to find your inspiration and usually people there mix things in their own way with no rules which makes it really exciting! That’s why today blogs are as important as fashion magazines!
So to go that way, I’m taking you today to streets of Zagreb (the capital city of Croatia). We will see their styles captured through the lens on Goran Cizmesija who makes these great photos for a magazine called Stilist!
My studies are getting more and more exciting! Classes where I actually get to style a model are finally starting and those that are not as interesting (like economics!) are finishing. So you can guess I’m pretty happy about it ; )
Today we did a shoot inspired by Ethnic Boho and I share with you the final result. I worked in a group with my friend Pierre that I already told you about (Remember this post?) and it was a lot of fun… Let’s have a look…
Fashion is always seeking for inspiration in the past. Think about all the great decades that are behind us and how many amazing things were happening! It can be a great source of inspiration if muses from the past visit you…
Besides being constant reference point of many fashion designers, retro vibe is now present as a trend in fashion photography too! Photographers like Steven Meisel, Mert&Marcus, Terry Richardson, David Sims have shown us their vision of past times. Let’s take a look. Continue reading
I had a lot of fun last couple of days shooting with my friend Pier! It was part of our school project and I wish all the homework assignments could be as interesting as this one!
So this hansom guy in the photos is Piere (as I already mentioned), and my task was to style him in patterns! My inspiration was to mix urban surrounding and clothes making their patters overlap and become one. Continue reading
New York City was the center of the world (at least the fashion one) last night when the Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations Costume Institute Gala took place! The fundraising event was the largest in its history, raising $11 million with over 800 guests!
Let’s see now who wore what…
Beyonce wore a body huging Givenchy dress showing everyone her post pregnancy body. Continue reading