Vanessa Axente and Marlon Teixeira photographed by Steven Meisel for the December 2012 issue of Vogue Italia.
"Glossy and hot. Thinking of Jerry Hall in New York at the time of Studio 54, the indisputable icon of a provocatively glamorous femininity, this story recounts a style with an immensely high level of sensuality in a bold and uninhibited fashion. Harmony with an ad hoc fragrance is indispensable. That captures with the impetuosity of bergamot and the white truffle from Alba, seduces with the voluptuousness of jasmine and tuberose and envelops with the warmth of oak and patchouli musk. This is the bouquet of Valentina Assoluto by Valentino, an intriguing, magnetic and unpredictable sillage for a woman whose style is non-conventional.
Long round neck chiffon dress with graphic leopard print, Valentino. Necklace Lynn Ban; bracelets Hermès, Ben-Amun, Lynn Ban, Kate Spade. For him: stretch leather jeans, J Brand; hat and pins, Star Struck; chain Camilla Dietz Bergeron; gloves LaCrasia; cuffs David Samuel Menkes. Hair Guido for Redken. Colorist Larry Raspanti for Whittemore House. Maquillage Pat McGrath for Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up.Manicure Jin Soon Choi for JINsoon. Fashion editor Karl Templer. Set design by Mary Howard."
Lanvin spring summer 2012 ad campaign by Steven Meisel takes place at a très chic Parisian dinner party. The guest list includes models Aaron Vernon, Angus Low, Aymeline Valade, Johannes Schulze, Marte Mei van Haaster, Othilia Simon and lots of pythons ...
One more image of the eyewear campaign after the jump.
Today Prada is giving us a preview of what's to come in 2012 with their upcoming spring summer campaign photographed by Steven Meisel. Among the model that will be featured in this campaign Ymre Stiekema, Kathryn Kruger, Kati Nescher, Elise Crombez, Meghan Collison & Natasha Poly.
"Bathed in sunlight. Fueled by optimism. Girls and cars stop and stare at the future in this Technicolor mise-en-scéne of desire. 1950s hot rods and muscle cars with spiky rear fins and bodies emblazoned with flames reflect the design motifs in the collection. The iconographic language of Americana is re-drawn through more than half a century of pop and style culture. The gas station is cast as a central symbol in this post-modern crossroads of new horizons and economic fulfillment, a stage set where fashion, fantasy and the promise of new discoveries collide."