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Interview Magazine December 2012 / January 2013 presents a cool and largely black-and-white studio editorial shot by Patrick Demarchelier titled Simple. Who best to introduce this editorial to us than Karl Templer, who also styled this editorial.
“The big look-at-me fashion statement makes way for an edgy new postmodern take on classic clothes as all eyes are once again on the wearer. a refreshed graphic simplicity reinvigorates subconsciously familiar silhouettes worn with bare legs, unadorned faces, and youthful embellishments –and less of the fashion drama. It’s what feels right for right now.”
Beneath the bare and stripped-away photos lie an immaculate cast of models who have gained much steam at the recent Spring/Summer 2013 shows. And they are: Juliana Schurig, Magdalena Jasek, Pauline Hoarau, Ondria Hardin, Esther Heesch, Irene Hiemstra, Kayley Chabot, Stina Rapp Wastenson, and Tilda Lindstam. Check them out for Interview Magazine December 2012 / January 2013 below.
The Vogue Italia July 2012 Collections main editorial shot by Steven Meisel, featuring the Fall/Winter 2012/2013 collections has got to be one of the best editorials to date this year –if not the whole of this year.
Starring Vanessa Axente, Julia Nobis, Erjona Ala, Mackenzie Drazan, Lida Fox and Elena Bartels on the three-page cover –all wearing Gucci– with Ros Georgiou, Hedvig Palm and Lula Österdahl in the rest of the shoot, the models managed to blend effortless together while pulling off a myriad of acts that you would never have thought would befit the clothes they were wearing. Immaculate styling by Karl Templer and peculiar yet ingenious set designs by Mary Howard complete this winning editorial spread.
Check out the rest of this spectacular editorial featuring Vanessa Axente, Julia Nobis, Erjona Ala, Mackenzie Drazan, Lida Fox, Elena Bartels, Ros Georgiou, Hedvig Palm and Lula Österdahl by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia July 2012, showcasing the Fall/Winter 2012/2013 Collections below.
Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart both cover the Interview Magazine June/July 2012 edition in the wake of the release of their movie, Snow White and The Huntsman. Shot by Mikael Jansson and styled by Karl Templer, Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart wear the likes of Balenciaga, Dior, Dries Van Noten, Tom Ford, Maison Martin Margiela, Lanvin and Valentino among others in an editorial themed much similar to the mood of their movie. Kristen Stewart manages to look drab in a fashion editorial yet again while the ever captivating Charlize Theron takes centre stage.
Read their interview on interviewmagazine.com and check out the full editorial spread of Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart by Mikael Jansson for Interview Magazine June/July 2012 below.
Katy Perry is that you? In a surprise choice for the cover of Interview Magazine March 2012, Katy Perry is virtually unrecognisable in some bizarre styling by Karl Templer that makes her look part Megan Fox and part Amy Winehouse. Shot by Mikael Jansson, the cover editorial is set in what seems like a burlesque cabaret club where Katy Perry is surrounded by backing models with pasties. Peculiar, unorthodox and definitely a different side of Katy Perry.
Check out the cover editorial of Katy Perry by Mikael Jansson for Interview Magazine March 2012 below. Also, do read about her light-hearted and amusing interview by Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig on interviewmagazine.com.
Three more images of the Alexander Wang Fall 2011 ad campaign have just been released. Raquel Zimmermann stars in more sexy, tough and feisty poses shot by veteran creative director Fabien Baronin a derelict factory and styled by Karl Templer.
Preview of the Alexander Wang Fall 2011 ad campaign, followed by a promotional event promoting the campaign video and then the release of the rest of the ad campaign images. That seems to be the drill here. Periodic releases for maximum publicity. Redundant or effective? What do you think?