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  1. http://www.thefashionspot.com/forums/f52/n...tml#post3319677
  2. Narciso Rodriguez Fragrance ''For Him''
  3. i-D July 2007 - Sugar Sugar, Candy Pop. Push It Down, Pull It Up - ph. Alex Cayley
  4. Numéro Tokyo August ( Issue 5 ) Mermaid ph. Rene Habermacher & Jannis Tsipoulanis http://img103.imagevenue.com/img.php?image..._122_1078lo.jpg
  5. Calvin Klein White F/W 07.08 : Malgosia Bela & Gabriel Aubry by Mikael Jansson First Name: Malgosia Last Name: Bela Nationality: Polish Ethnicity: Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Green Date of Birth: 1977 Place of Birth: Krackow, Poland Height: 5'9.5" ; 177cm Measurements: (US) 34-23-34 ; (EU) 86.5-58.5-86.5 Dress Size: (US) 6 ; (EU) 36 Shoe Size: (US) 9 ; (EU) 41 Agencies: * Next Model Management - Paris * The Fashion Model Management * DNA Model Management * Next Company * Chic Management * ModelPlus * ICM Models - I didn't find a thread for her so I decided to create one, if she already has a thread someone delete this one please -
  6. Dior SS05 Part 3 (Raquel opens it!)
  7. Elle (US) May 2000 Hot Ticket Photography by Gilles Bensimon Gisele Bundchen
  8. Maxim November 2000 Models Of The Year Photography by Michael Zeppetello & Antoine Verglas Kim Smith , Michelle Behennah , Magdalena , Yamila , Shakara , Manon von Gerkan , Nina Joukova . Tatiana Zavialova , Kristy Hinze , Ehrinn Cummings , Saira Mohan , Josie Maran , Michelle Ray , Amanda Marcum , Daniela Pestova , Tyra Banks , Gisele Bundchen , Laetitia Casta , Bridget Hall
  9. Elle (US) January 2002 Show And Tell Photography by Gilles Bensimon Ana Beatriz Barros http://www.bwgreyscale.com/edits02/showandtell_bwabb01.JPG
  10. Ai Tominaga's pics for the Pretty Perfect article ph: Hiroshi Kutomi
  11. Vivienne Westwood 'Let It Rock' : Tatyana Usova Vivienne Westwood rocks the fragrance world Designer Vivienne Westwood is on record as saying: “The only reason I'm in fashion is to destroy the word conformity.” At yesterday's launch for the fragrance in London, Michele Scannavini, president of Coty Prestige suggested Westwood was in fragrance for the same reason. Let it Rock (later called Sex) was the name of the shop opened by punk founders Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren on London's Kings Road in 1971. The name was spelled out in fluorescent pink paper letters on a corrugated iron black fascia. But Let it Rock is now the name of Vivienne Westwood's latest fragrance creation, developed with Coty. In developing the fragrance Westwood says: “I tried to remember what was going on at the time of the name in the early 70s. For me it was the beginning of the age of nostalgia. I was wearing a space princess outfit and wearing patchouli.” So at the core of the fragrance is a sensual patchouli key note. Let it Rock, “for girls who dare to rock”, opens with a top note of bergamot, with rich freesia leading to a jasmine heart. At the base sit amber and the patchouli, “recalling the back to basics rock soul”. The tubular bottle features the fragrance name written in red lipstick, linking with sensual fantasy, and sitting on top is the Westwood orb stopper. The ad features model Tatyana Usova in a Westwood dress, epitomising modern rock chic.
  12. DKNY 'Delicious Night' : Jessica Stam
  13. Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 07.08 : Claudia Schiffer, Stephanie Seymour by Mario Testino Ferragamo's Fellini Fantasy Fall 2007 ads evoke old-world cinematic glamour Thursday, June 28, 2007 Claudia Schiffer and Stephanie Seymour didn’t have to look far for inspiration while shooting the Fall 2007 Salvatore Ferragamo ad campaign. Confirming a report in The Daily on May 23rd, the supermodels channeled an updated version of old-world movie stars à la La Dolce Vita. Inspired by the cinematic glamour of the movies, they were surrounded by handsome escorts and bodyguards while being chased by hoards of onlookers and paparazzi through the cobblestone streets of Rome, Italy. Eliding reality and fantasy, Italian police officers were actually required to shut down Via Condotti during the black-and-white photo shoot with Mario Testino, after the models attracted a real-life crowd that swelled into the hundreds. The campaign’s theme pays homage to the silver screen, which has played a crucial role in shaping the Italian fashion house’s identity. From his work for Hollywood studio productions in the '20's, when Salvatore Ferragamo became known as "The shoemaker to the stars," to the designer’s longstanding relationships with celebrities, up to today's events, it’s been an endearing relationship with no finite boundaries. In 2006, just months shy of its 80th anniversary, Ferragamo was awarded the 8th-annual Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Award.In one ad, Schiffer is photographed wearing a pair of $1,100 bordeaux velvet open-space platforms and a $16,000 backless gold paillette dress. Surrounded by men, all clad in Ferragamo black suits, black tuxedos, and accessories, she wards off prying eyes with a pair of the company’s oversized Jackie-O style sunglasses—the largest frames manufactured by Luxottica for Ferragamo. Seymour, meanwhile, is clad in a simple black bouclé three-quarter length shift dress, which she highlights with a $1,450 black suede and patent print tote bag featuring an oversized version of Ferragamo’s iconic Gancini logo. A silk scarf, also done in the Gancini logo, completes the look, along with a pair of simple satin pumps. In her entourage, a male model is clad in an extravagant wool and cashmere coat, lined entirely in sable, which retails for $85,000. The still-life shots complementing the black-and-white images use bright colors to showcase the brand’s accessories collections. Photographed at Ferragamo’s own Portrait Suites Hotel in Rome, located in close proximity to the Spanish Steps, the product lies casually strewn among used champagne glasses and makeup, evoking the magic of the big screen and the dolce vita of its stars in the '60's. The ads will debut in key fashion and lifestyle books starting in August.
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