It's not every day you get to see such a refreshing set of engagement photos. This wonderful set was shot by Olivia Graham in Central Park. There is a nice vintage feel to the photos, from the outfits, to the makeup and lighting, everything gives you that old-fashioned feel. Let's hope some more photographers can take a page from this book.
While browsing images on Piccsy, I stumbled upon a wonderful photo by the late fashion photographer Norman Parkinson. I did some more exploring and uncovered some really great vintage fashion photography. There's something extremely elegant about his photography without being abrasive.
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This is a clever and beautiful way to make your fashion line stand out from a normal fashion spread. Illustrator Eli Neugeboren and photographer Dustin Cohen teamed to create this fantastic project. The photos were shot in Manhattan with a noir feel so the monsters would stand out. Fashion designer Edelweiss by Sarah stands to benefit the most from this deal, gaining attention from such a unique project.
One thing that has always confused me about fashion is the way seasons and designers dictate what is in and out of style. The shots in this series, for example, are from the Fall 2008 campaign for Valentino. In the fashion world, these are outfits are way out of style. Either way, this is a great set of photos.
Photographer: Peter Lindbergh
Models: Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Taylor Fuchs
Beautiful headdress by Paulina Bojór "BOYOR"
Makeup by Marianna Jurkiewicz
Photographer: Remigiusz Kozdra
This dress by the late Alexander McQueen was sported by Lady Gaga on two separate occasions. Once for the September Vanity Fair photo shoot and the other for the 2010 MTV VMA Awards. The outfit also features McQueen heels and a Angels Fancy Dress crown.