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Craig McDean takes Anne Catherine Lacroix to the next level with a phenomenal story in Interview, styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé. Sporting jet black hair and a series of avant garde outfits, Anne-Catherine looks as fresh as ever; those cheekbones could cut glass!

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Craig McDeanPhotographer/Other credits: Director

Ph: Craig McDean | Craig McDean

 

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Think you’ve seen it all when it comes to editorials? Prepare to brace yourself for V67 (on newsstands now), in it Mario Sorrenti channels Alejandro Jodorowsky‘s cult classic, The Holy Mountain, for an editorial heavy on symbolism and sex. Natasha Poly stars in Sorrenti’s colorful photographs and dominates every picture she is in – whether she is spraying Mario with milk or looking like a deity come to life courtesy of Aaron de Mey‘s striking makeup, Ms. Poly owns this story. Sorrenti’s eye-catching images are sure to stay with you – especially the ones where he inserts himself into the story.

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Mario Sorrenti Photographer

Ph: Mario Sorrenti | Purple Fashion F/W 2008 Cover

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Calling All Makeup Junkies: François Nars Exclusive!

Want to know how to apply makeup like a beauty industry legend? We're obsessed with François Nars' genius new book, Makeup Your Mind: Express Yourself, hitting shelves in May. In it, he gives 56 real women (and four men!) the ultimate makeover — then brilliantly maps out every step for the reader.

He also dishes on tips, treating makeup application like "a recipe" and detailing the tools you need to get it all done. Get some intimate face time with Nars in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video and run to the newsstand now to preview the looks in Marie Claire's April issue.



Read more: Exclusive Video of François Nars - Behind the Scenes Video of François Nars’ New Book - Marie Claire

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Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott have collaborated with Kate Moss numerous times: who can forget their iconic images for the Pirelli calendar, or those eye-catching campaigns for Lonchamp and Pirelli? The trio joins forces yet again for a new set of editorials / covers for Vogue Japan and Vogue Paris. Capitalizing on Moss’ enduring appeal and some of the hottest couture pieces from Armani Prive and Givenchy, M&M create a familiar yet powerful vision of luxury.

Kate by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for Vogue Paris

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott - Photographer

Kate Moss - Model

Kate by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for Vogue Japan

Kate Moss - Model

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Are you ready for the beach? Vogue China is and they usher in warm weather with a beautiful story by Daniel Jackson starring Carola Remer and Ming Xi. Sporting high hair by Esther Langham and bold jewelry with Pucci-style prints chosen by Tiina Laakkonen, the duo makes the perfect vintage styled pair.

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Daniel Jackson - Photographer

Ming Xi - Model

Carola Remer - Model

Tiina Laakkonen - Fashion Editor/Stylist

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10 breathtaking portraits of 5 of the season’s hottest girls; Greg Kadel shoots a truly gorgeous story for Vogue Germany, styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt. Bridging the gap between beauty feature and couture story, the editorial not only makes Aymeline, Josephine, Julia, Merethe & Anais look lovely, it also showcases some of the new season’s finest looks.



 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Kadel /Photographer

Ph: Greg Kadel, Markus Jans | Vogue Germany January 2011 Contributors' Page

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Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott draw inspiration from 90s classic The Fifth Element in their latest editorial for Interview. With Guinevere Van Seenus playing Milla Jovovich‘s Leeloo with flaming red hair and a minimalist all white wardrobe provided by Ludivine Poiblanc. Do you think the high fashion tribute does the film justice?

Photographers: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Model:Guinevere Van Seenus

Hair: Paul Hanlon

Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury

Manicure: Lorianne Griffin

Casting: Michelle Lee for KCD

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Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Photographer

Ph: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott | Contributers' Page American Vogue September 2009

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April 15th, 2011

It’s only been a month since John Galliano was ousted from his job as creative director and couturier at Dior, but today it seems he’s also been let go from the label that bears his name.

WWD reports that the board of the 17-year-old John Galliano label, 91 percent of which is owned by Christian Dior, met recently and decided to fire the British designer. There are also reports that the company has received unsolicited offers to buy the label from “interested parties” in Italy, China and the Middle East. Sale of the company is understood not to be “an immediate priority.”

Last month, Galliano came under a firestorm of media scrutiny after it was reported that he’d drunkenly harassed a couple outside of a bar in Paris, using anti-Semitic slurs to insult them. After video of Galliano using similar slurs on a separate occasion surfaced, executives at LVMH, which owns Dior, promptly began to terminate his employment. In addition to being embarrassing and shocking, Galliano’s comments ran afoul of LVMH’s zero-tolerance policy for racism and anti-Semitism.

But after Galliano apologized and pledged he’d get help, he was still technically employed with his own label. The Dior runway show he’d prepared for Paris Fashion Week went on without him as he fled to a rehabilitation clinic in Arizona called The Meadows. The show for John Galliano was scaled back to a private presentation.

Until another decision is made about the future of the Galliano label, its design team (some of whom are also employed by Dior) is working on a pre-spring collection. Whether or not his absence from the house will make retailers feel good about stocking products bearing his name remains to be seen.

Galliano the man, however, still faces charges of public insult, for which he will have to stand trial. If he’s convicted, he faces five months in prison or a fine of €22,500, about $32,530.50.

John Galliano Out at Namesake Company [WWD]

 

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Patrick Demarchelier provides a fitting tribute to Dior’s most appealing fashions in Vogue Russia. Maryna Linchuk stars in this couture extravaganza and the shots are staggering from start to finish.

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Patrick Demarchelier/biography

Country of origin: France

Patrick Demarchelier was born outside Paris in 1943 and has lived in the US since 1975. His photos regularly appear in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Rolling Stone, Newsweek and Elle. Beginning in 1989, he was the official photographer of Princess Diana of Wales, becoming the first non-Briton to become an official photographer for the Royal Family. In 2007, he became an Officer dans l’ordre des Arts et Lettres, and his work was the subject of the retrospective Patrick Demarchelier: Images et Mode at the Petit Palais in Paris.

Ph: Patrick Demarchelier, Victor Demarchelier | Lunch with Patrick

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Paolo Roversi - Photographer

Hans Feurer - Photographer

Daniel Jackson - Photographer

Liz Collins - Photographer

Liu Wen - Model

Ming Xi - Model

Arizona Muse - Model

Carola Remer - Model

Eniko Mihalik - Model

Anne Christensen - Fashion Editor/Stylist

Tiina Laakkonen - Fashion Editor/Stylist

Nicoletta Santoro - Fashion Editor/Stylist

Ward Stegerhoek - Hair Stylist

Lucia Pica - Makeup Artist

Miranda Joyce - Makeup Artist

Shon - Hair Stylist

Hannah Murray - Makeup Artist

Georgina Graham - Makeup Artist

Esther Langham - Hair Stylist

Laurent Philippon - Hair Stylist

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Carola                                                          Codie Young
Xiao Wen                                                       Marique
Aymeline                                                      Kate King
 
Colinne                                                        Josephine
Saskia de Brauw                                               Emily Baker

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Coco Rocha



Karlie Kloss



Caroline Trentini



Raquel Zimmermann



Stella Tennant

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American Vogue pays tribute to the late Alexander McQueen with a thrilling retrospective of his work and a preview of the MET’s upcoming Savage Beauty exhibition. Shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Grace Coddington, the story is a fitting tribute to one of fashion’s true masters.

Steven Meisel - Photographer

Caroline Trentini - Model

Karen Elson - Model

Grace Coddington - Fashion Editor/Stylist

Guido Palau - Hair Stylist

Pat McGrath - Makeup Artist

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Steven Meisel

Photographer

Ph: Steven Meisel | Steven Meisel

 

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Miu Miu | Ph. Mark Segal | Magazine : Interview
Models: Ann Kenny & Kirby Kenny | Fashion Editor: Ludivine Poiblanc | Hair: Rudi Lewis | Makeup: Peter Philips

Echoing the film The Shining and its eerie mood, Segal uses twins Ann & Kirby to create an enjoyably off-kilter story.

Photos by Roe | Ph. Roe Etheridge | Magazine : Dazed & Confused
Models: Tasha Tilberg, Karolina Kurkova, Hannelore Knuts, Julia Stegner, Alek Wek, Ana Beatriz Barros & Christina Kruse | Hair: Duffy | Makeup: Lisa Houghton

The combined talents of Etheridge, Duffy and Lisa Houghton combine to offer up a novel twist on the beauty story that transforms the industry’s biggest girls.

Water & Oil | Ph. Steven Meisel | Magazine : Vogue Italia
Model: Kristen McMenamy | Fashion Editor: Karl Templer | Hair: Orlando Pita | Makeup: Pat McGrath

With one of the most topical and timely editorials of the year, Steven Meisel used fashion to comment on the current environmental crisis.

Cut & Paste | Ph. Damien Blottiere | Magazine : Dazed & Confused
Models: Victoire Maçon-Dauxerre & Christian Ochsenfahrt | Fashion Editor: Robbie Spencer | Hair: Nicolas Eldin | Makeup: Sergio Corvacho

Pure imagination. Blottiere’s use of cut outs to create images never fails to excite and impress.

Festin | Ph. Terry Richardson | Magazine : Vogue Paris
Model: Crystal Renn | Fashion Editor: Carine Roitfeld | Hair: Luigi Murenu | Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury| Sets: Jean-Hughes de Chatillon

A truly audacious tribute to Guy Bourdin and one of the year’s most talked about stories. Is it unflattering? Is it tongue in cheek? Is it just plain ol’ grotesque? This story had a way of pushing people’s buttons.

Zara Gorman | Ph. Ben Toms | Magazine : AnOther
Model: Jeneil Williams | Fashion Editor: Cathy Edwards | Hair: Naoki Komiya | Makeup: Hiromi Ueda

With simple premise and a bit of cool styling, Ben Toms crafts an enviably chic studio editorial; note to the the powers that be, this is how its done!

Un dimanche à la campagne | Ph. Mikael Jansson | Magazine : Vogue Paris
Models: Sasha Pivovarova & Ava | Fashion Editor: Anastasia Barbieri | Hair: Anthony Turner | Makeup: Mark Carrasquillo | Sets: Mary Howard

Great casting makes you rethink your models; who would have ever thought of Sasha as maternal until this editorial came along. The sweet story was a breath of fresh air and strikingly different from VP’s in your face, controversy inducing fare.

The Family Circus | Ph. Paolo Roversi | Magazine : W
Models: Lindsey Wixson, Britt Maren, Anais Pouliot & Arizona Muse | Fashion Editor: Alex White | Hair: Julien d’Ys | Makeup: Lucia Pieroni | Sets: Piers Hanmer

Enchanting, atmospheric and quintessentially Roversi with a cast of bright new stars; if the revamped W gave us more like this every month we certainly wouldn’t mind.

Double Vision | Ph. Sølve Sundsbø | Magazine : Interview
Models: Anais Mali & Melodie Monrose | Fashion Editor: Ludivine Poiblanc | Hair: | Makeup:

This is just a flawless editorial. Striking use of color, movement and 70′s style ensembles. The fact that Melodie and Anais are incredible together certainly doesn’t hurt things either.

Star Signs | Ph. Tim Gutt | Magazine: British Vogue
Model: Siri Tollerod | Fashion Editor: Kate Phelan | Hair: James Pecis| Makeup: Kay Montano | Sets: Shona Heath

With a whimsical and witty take on the astrological chart, Tim Gutt’s fantastical editorial was the perfect way to end the year. Shona Heath’s larger than life sets are out of this world.

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Vogue Italia pushes the beauty story to its ultra-girly limit with a story by Richard Burbridge featuring Magdalena Frackowiak. Mixing bright makeup by Peter Philips and layers of tulle, the team creates a unique look that is whimsical and lovely.

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Photographed by Benoît Peverelli

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Sølve Sundsbø.Lori Goldstein.A stunning clash of print and color for W starring Britt Maren and Eliza Cummings in a series of images that capture the irreverent spirit of the season’s boldest looks.

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Vogue UK enlists Mario Testino to shoot the magazine’s first issue with 3 different covers. Natalia Vodianova, Lara Stone and , Freja Beha Erichsen grace the triple covers in frilly white dresses and soft pink makeup, but do these images conjure images of romantic revelry, or watered down beauty?

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Mario Testino

Photographer/Other credits: Model

Country of origin: Peru

One of fashion's most sought-after snappers, Mario Testino was born in 1954 in Lima, Peru. He came to London in 1976, took a flat in an abandoned hospital near Trafalgar Square, and began selling portfolios (for £25, including hair and make-up) to wannabe models. Today he is best known for his highly polished, exotically bright ad campaigns and his exquisitely styled photographs of the couture scene all of which carry a deceptive air of nonchalance. Now at the top of his profession, Testino has shot Madonna for Versace as well as photographing the late Diana, Princess of Wales for her famous Vanity Fair cover in 1997. His popularity with designers and fashion editors stems as much from his professionalism and good nature as his unerring ability to take beautiful pictures which sell clothes. (Bio from website: http://www.mariotestino.us/)

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Kristina Salinovic graces the cover of April’s Vogue Italia in a sizzling shot by Steven Meisel. Wearing a turban, tangerine colored Ermanno Scervino swimwear chosen by Edward Enninful, and colorful makeup by Pat McGrath, Kristina looks magnificent. MDC caught up with the edgy Croatian beauty during fashion week to talk goals and her unique rock n’ roll style.

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