Tag: Italian Vogue
Ellen Von Unwerth has done a superb job in captivating the spirit of one of my new favorites – Georgia May Jagger. The video was filmed for another all time favourite; Vogue Italia
Her transformation from daytime glamour to chic androgyny is stunning. I can promise this will be sneaking into my attire this season.
It seems like she’s welcoming in the summer whilst still edgy and strong, which a bit of celebration.
Watch the video of Georgia May Jagger for Italian Vogue below.
Italian Vogue – Georgia Jagger from 100% Halal on Vimeo.
One of our favourite models of all time, Sasha Pivovarova collaborated with our favourite makeup brand of all time, Illamasqua for Vogue Italia, now this may have been published last year, but as we described in a recent Alexander McQueen article, because of the rapid speed of fashion, the art created in this industry seems to not have time for a full reflection on creative expression, something we thing it truly deserves.
Seeing Sasha Pivovarova‘s beauty accentuated in a new form, changed by the magnificent, magical work of Illamasqua is certainly a site to behold.
The colours and shapes used create a visual sea of charm and iridescent glow. The whiteness of her new face prominent against the beautiful yet powerful hues and pigments. We especially like the second image, vivid red eyebrows complimenting the hair dyes of red and … Read More »
At Stylenoir we have wanted to feature Mother Of London and the designer Mildred Von for longer than we can remember. I personally have been addicted to her designs even before Stylenoir was born (yes such a time did exist!). We have had this article on ice for a while, because we wanted to celebrate the truly remarkable work Mildred does, without complications from anything else. In short, to give the recognition, the dedication and praise that she so rightly deserves, and now… the time is right.
Mother Of London‘s creations provoke the imagination, almost present a world in which they themselves can live in. Fashion has always been a way to create personas and exaggerate personalities. But with Mildred Von, the pieces seem to create their own space to control, just as a sound-scape would surround and envelop you, … Read More »