Love this classic black + white photography from Emily Sandifer.
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I’m not so sure how I feel about these photos. I’m ashamed to say, I have yet to watch Boardwalk Empire, and I feel if I did, I may have a different opinion of these (so perhaps it’s a good thing I don’t?)
They obviously were going for a ’50s feel, and according to a press release: Pitt, in this campaign,“explores the language of male role models from the rock star to the playboy, from the self-reflective introvert to the engaging and humorous farceur. Contemporary men work when they play and play when they work. The boundaries are no longer clear – as the campaign’s simple props and gestures emphasize.” [pursuitist]
What do you think of the campaign?
Posted in Editorials, tagged cathy kasterine, fashion editorials, fashion magazines, harper's bazaar uk, january issue, Models, retro, rosie huntington-whiteley, sixties, tom munro on December 23, 2011| Leave a Comment »
French designer Steven Arpad was ahead of his time. His shoe designs were innovative and quirky, many of them looking as though they could be from the House of Alexander McQueen.
Arpad’s designs date back to the 1930’s, designing some for the House of Balenciaga. Take a look at some of Arpad’s avant-garde designs, the majority of them from 1939.