One young photographer tells us about breaking into the industry.
For someone whose career is on fire, Stevie Dance comes across disarmingly laidback as she sits across from me on a bench outside a Lower East Side cafe. The thing is, her in-the-moment attitude isn’t actually nonchalance, it’s her way of being present and focused, which has guided her insanely successful career as a stylist—a path she never even thought she’d take. “I’ve never been that calculating with my career or set out to achieve any of this. I enjoy it as it happens and work extremely hard,” explains Dance.
Back in the 90s, Shalom Harlow was everywhere--from Chanel campaigns to couture, she was one of the supers, (along with Kate Moss, Karolina Kurkova,
Shalom Harlow is the latest 90s supermodel to be staging a comeback. After walking in the Alexander Wang's fall 2012 show, she's popping up in editor
Is there a woman on the planet who doesn't have a girl crush on Charlotte Gainsbourg? We didn't think so. Gainsbourg snags the April cover of Oyste
It happens every year: Our ever-growing pile of fashion magazines inches higher with each passing month, and by the time December rolls around, we can barely sift through the hundreds of stylish images we bookmarked for inspiration. 2011 was no exception, and in a year that celebrated retro supermodels, androgyny, vivid colors, and plenty of experimentation in the beauty department, choosing our favorites was particularly difficult. The best editorials of the year ran the gamut from huge ensemble casts of blue-chip models styled by greats like Katie Grand and Carine Roitfeld, to intimate, one-on-one portraits of our favorite girls like Lindsey Wixson and Daria Werbowy. The acid brights that dominated the spring collections allowed for some pretty trippy trend stories last season, but the fall glossies featured much moodier imagery, with a number of gorgeous spreads in black and white. Here are the editorials from 2011 that will stay tacked up on our walls and fill our inspiration boards well into the new year—and beyond.
"Once I got there, there was no point in being afraid,” said Daisy Lowe about her Oyster cover shoot in which she had to mingle with live snakes.