Photographs of Gucci’s much anticipated Cruise 2019 tailoring campaign have been officially released. In these photographs, a villa in Rome becomes the stage of a unlikely yet, lovingly wholesome fusion of celebrity, high fashion and baby farm animals. Harry Styles’ boyish looks are complemented by the pleasant presence of baby pigs, goats and sheep. Rocking floral jackets, silk kimonos, Jesus pieces and checkered pants, Harry Styles in collaboration with Gucci transmits a timelessly elegant but fresh feel for fashion.
The photographs were taken by the industry renowned British photographer; Glen Luchford.
This however, was not the first time Harry Styles was spotted rocking timeless attire with animals. In the AW18 tailoring campaign, he effortlessly poses inside a chip shop with a chicken in his hand. Who knows, maybe there will be more of Styles, Gucci and animals in the future to come…...
When asked ‘What makes a great Kate picture?’, Mario Sorrenti simply replies ‘One that reveals her inner beauty and speaks to us honestly’. Mario and Kate had a relationship in the early 90’s, and in these times of youthful love Mario went about capturing the essence of Kate Moss. Even though they eventually split up, Mario stills holds great respect for Kate referring to her as an ‘ cool, honest, charming, loyal and excited’ person. A person that cherishes friendship and a good time. Mario Sorrenti is now releasing 50 photographs in a photobook called ‘Kate’ under the publishing house Phaidon. These photographs reveal a young Kate on the brink of womanhood, a window into a simultaneous display of the inevitable cross roads of confidence, vulnerability, youth and maturity. The book is available in stores now for £79.95....
Raw and rebellious.PUNK
Sources have described her new lookbook as ‘a fuck you to the gender binary’. Raw and rebellious - Vivienne Westwood stays true to her unapologetically confrontational aesthetics. Models are seen wearing punk inspired robes and attires, chaotic fabrics fly and overlap producing a improvised display of subversive identity performances. Westwood states that some of her inspiration stems for her days of swapping clothes with her friends before nights out. This being said, her new looks become a celebration for the act and the process of dressing up. Vivienne says: “My best advice is ‘Buy Less, Dress Up’”. Further inspired by Chinese art and Taoism, the legendary Westwood, fuses in her new lookbook, eastern philosophy, fashion and political engagement. The amazing new lookbook was first dropped at London Fashion Week this September....
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