Projections of plaid patterns on top of the beautiful Aforditi? Yes please. This sure is an uncoventional use patterns, and we should all be greatful for it. Thanks goes out to the photographer Timothy Lee. Very reminiscent of A Matter of Time.
Here's what Kelly had to say about the shoot:
"For five days in Malibu, I lived in a dream. I found myself in a dream house, in a dream world, working with the caliber of collaborators i’d always dreamed I’d meet. We had free reign of an aesthetic surreality, to play dress up and make as many pictures as we pleased. We basked in the sun, we binged on bluesy tunes, we supped on champagne and we revisited the videos that inundated our adolescences. We swung on the swings and spun our feet in the sea. We got so unbelievably inspired, in love with the moment. Here begins the series of work that ensued:"
For more amazing cinemagraphs from this shoot, check them out on Jamie and Kevin's site. Otherwise, enjoy the stills below.
Esteban Palazuelos treats us to some beautiful, vintage styled, fashion shots for the April 2011 issue of GQ Spain. The clothing, textures, and setting all help to give these photos that great vintage look.
Diamonds flow majestically around model Wang Xiao in this editorial for Haper's Bazaar China. Xiao compliments the diamond formations beautifully. The masterful blending of Xiao with the diamonds makes it feel like the diamonds are actually there.
Model: Wang Xiao (Wilhelmina)
Editorial: Dancing Diamonds
Magazine: Harper's Bazaar China, December 2010
Photographer: Ling Gao Yin, Juan Zi
Stylist: Dong Gang Wen
Makeup: Zhang Shuai, Lao Hei
This is an absolutely stunning wedding series shot by David Burton. If these photos are staged by models, they were done perfectly. Burton does a great job capturing the moods and feelings of a wedding. Shot for Elle Bride Italia 2010.
Sivan Miller is a self trained photogapher based out of Cape Town, South Africa.
"I have trained my eye to 'spot' the unusual. Everyday so many people walk past the same objects just thinking they are dull and bleak, but taking a closer look invites you into a whole other world of abstracts and shapes."
I think we can all appreciate his eye for the beautiful.
Brazilian beauties Alessandra Ambrosio and Ana Beatriz Barros star in this wonderful retro inspired series for Vogue Nippon's October 2010 issue. Loving the colors and varied styles in each photo, and of course, it wouldn't be a great fashion spread with some ridiculous poses.
There's a simple elegance to Ruche's Unending Love Lookbook 2011.The outfits and backdrops give this series a nice Southern comfort feel.