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My Inspiration.


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Color Me Red. Vintage Fashion in Vogue.

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Forever Audrey…

This image of Audrey Hepburn is very unusual and as such caught my attention. I love its energy, colors and above anything else, the simple and charing summer atmosphere.


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My Inspiration.


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Forever Audrey…


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Lady Dior and Marion Cotillard.

Marion Cotillard, Dior’s muse, once again chosen for Lady Dior advertising campaign, photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.

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Forever Audrey…


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The Silk Road.

In Istanbul’s collision of cultures, Kate Moss and Chiwetel Ejiofor present urban resort looks, photographed by Mario Testino for Vogue US.


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Art, Photography and Fashion.


For December issue of the American Vogue Jessica Chastain transformed into females from famous canvas, posing for Annie Leibovitz in reinterpretations of several paintings.

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Among other, Jessica appears as female from Félix Vallotton’s painting Le Retour de la Mer, reenacts Anders Zorn’s portrait of Frances Folsom Cleveland, personifies Gustav Klimt’s frequent subject Ria Munk, becomes Vincent van Gogh’s La Mousmé, and finally poses as René Magritte’s La Robe du Soir.  Beautiful combination of art, photography and fashion.

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Audrey Hepburn by Richard Avedon.

Audrey by Avedon

I came across this beautiful photograph by Richard Avedon some days ago and were truly astounded by its nostalgic, almost sad aura, so unusual for Audrey Hepburn images that show her as a cheerful young woman or later on in her career as a sophisticated fashion icon.

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