These are the photos that i adore so much. Photographers and editors of magazines all over the world made this to last forever.
Not only fashion spreads,it’s also excited to see Karl Lagerfeld’s new work on Coca Cola light ads, Christian Louboutin’s dancing, and angles that were taken by the Sartorialist, Scott Schuman.
Of course, there is also my new favourite kid! i think he can be the one who is called an old soul.. he just have impeccable sense of mixing the material of his daily outfit!
I love the way he runs his free imaginations and this made me continue to experiment and ignore the old rules of putting the clothes together again! fashion is fun! who is he?
So these are the photos and artistic works that i reckon to have echoing-value. They will echo and be a trademark style for the rest of the pages last.
Coca cola, Karl Lagerfeld, Giabiconi Baptiste, and Coco Rocha altogether for the new Coke! Most stylish ad so far in 2010 ever..
Rise of the Louboutins.. Couldn't be more happier to dance in your own world wide beloved shoes. "Dancer in Daydream" from fashionair.com
The Next Life.. No one can do it better other than Ms. Milla Jovovich.. Source: Fashionising.com, Fashion Spread from Harpers Bazaar Singapore April 2010
Photographer: Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar April 2010
photographed by Simon Upton for Harper's Bazaar, April 2010
Photographer: Simon Upton, Harper's Bazaar April 2010
Grande e Femminile.. Photographer: Matt Jones, "Belle of the Ball" Elle Italia via Fashionising.com
Practicality VS Luxury.. "Belle of the Ball", Elle Italia April 2010, Photographed by Matt Jones
No Boundaries.. Lynn Yeager in Paris, photographed by Scott Schuman, thesartorialist.blogspot.com April 5, 2010
"Hollywood Glam" Captivating actors with attitude in their style.. Make a trademark baby! Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr. in Vanity Fair Oscar party 2010, vanityfair.com
Youth Rivalry... It's Arlo Weiner, the son of Matthew Weiner who created "Mad Men", a golden globe 2010 tv series winner, story depicted from American culture in the 1960's. source: gq.com
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