By the looks of it, you would never know this was Ulyana Sergeenko's first fashion line. There is a nice vintage feel to her designs which were inspired by 1950s illustrations in Soviet Vogue. Check out etoday to see more from this wonderful collection.
This series shows pin up drawings and the inspiration photo behind them. The drawings are nearly identical to their real life counterparts. You will be hard pressed to find many differences, everything from the facial expression to the clothes they wear is well portrayed. Not sure who drew or took these pictures, but you can check more out on imgur.
These kids are more fashionable than almost everyone I know. Thanks to the stylish children's line by Zara, your kids can be this fashionable too. If you don't have kids, then go ahead and shop in the adult section ;)
You may remember Joanna Kustra from her photos that look like portraits. This time she displays her wonderful ability to capture beautiful portraits. There is definitely something captivating about her portraits and the way the women in the photos just pull you in.
Kirsty Mitchell has a wonderful imagination and eye for the extraordinary. Not only does she take beautiful photos, but she also makes the clothes, props and sets. She has a great sense of color and form and she is able to stitch together some spectacular fantasy lands from her imagination. You can catch her on Flickr and Facebook to see some more of her work and don't forget to check out the behind the scenes photos on Facebook.
Simone D'Aillencourt was supermodel in the 1950s to mid 1960s. Her most famous shoot was the Bubble Series by Melvin Sokolsky. Other than that, I can't find much else about her. That being said, enjoy the pictures.
Some great vintage looks in this fashion photo shoot by Riccardo Raiti. This shoot features some very throwback looks.
Models: Priscilla's Model Management - Laura Gorun, Siannon Pallister, Joey Slomowitz, Danny Pratt
Stylist: Lalita Lu