Fashion Photography

Emily LaBarge on Cinzia Ruggeri

Cinzia Ruggeri in her studio, Milan, 1982. Photo: Occhiomagico. “FASHION HAS ALLOWED ME to explore the intimate secrets, needs and desires of the wearer, but also a person’s follies, fads and nervous disorders,” Milanese polymath Cinzia Ruggeri said in 2013, six years before her death at the age of seventy-seven …

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The Art and Life of Sabine Weiss

“A photograph, to be powerful, must tell us something about the human condition, observed Sabine Weiss one day, it must make us feel the emotion that the photographer felt in front of his subject. These confrontations are found throughout “Sabine Weiss: the poetry of the moment” – the largest retrospective …

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How street style photographer Christina Fragkou achieves this

Illustration: Samantha Hahn For this special Fashion Week edition of “How I Get There,” we ask successful women how to manage their careers and lives during this hectic time of year. Christina Fragkou has been documenting fashion week for over eight years. As a freelance street style and fashion photographer, …

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PUT HOPE in every click!

Sep 22-2022 03:35 Written by: KHUSHI MISHRA Tell us about you. I am a fashion, portrait and lifestyle photographer in Delhi NCR, India. I have my own fully equipped professional studio of 1200 sq ft in a prime location in Jaypee Wishtown, Sector 128, Noida. How did your journey start?My …

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Obsessed with street style? You won’t want to miss our new video series

We are big fans of street style. Huge! What’s not to like? Seeing how “real” people dress, like non-celebrities with full-time stylists!, on a day-to-day basis is both inspiring and fascinating. During the last New York Fashion Week, for example, there were tons of distinctive outfits to see, many of …

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Street photographer: Leong Su Shan

I’m one of those people old enough to remember when Bill Cunningham was the world’s only famous street photographer. Cunningham has spent nearly four decades producing gorgeous, fashion-focused street portraits for The New York Times. For years he was the sole pioneer of his beloved craft. Then, in the early …

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How to start making money doing photography

One of the questions I had at the start was how to find a job. How do I turn my hobby into money? Advice on the internet was scarce. So here’s my advice to anyone who wants to take the next step and make money from their art. I know …

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Unretouchable: the graphic novel that exposes the dark side of fashion photography

Sofia Szamosi’s Unretouchable is shaping up to be one of the most memorable debut graphic novels of recent years. It is a book that already invites comparisons with Persepolis, and not only because of the similarities with the artistic style of Marjane Satrapi. This is a graphic novel that tells …

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7 must-have trendy table books

Last modified on 09/09/2022 17:08 BST Orin Carlin From Dior couture to the most iconic Vogue covers: discover our selection of must-have fashion coffee table books There is nothing that compares to a book when it comes to acting as an escape portal. In fact, there are few …

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Kaia Gerber and Hedi Slimane know Malibu is a fashion capital

Hedi Slimane, who since 2018 has been Celine’s creative, art and image director, is a bit like the Boris Karloff-meets-Greta Garbo of greater Los Angeles. Every once in a while, an online fashion forum might light up with rumors that he’s been spotted browsing vintage T-shirts at the Rose Bowl …

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45 art exhibitions to see in New York (and beyond) this fall

Artist based in Paris Xinyi Cheng presents its first show in the United States. It opens in November at Matthew Marks. Gay men are often a theme in her brightly colored and provocative paintings – she revises gendered thinking. “Golden Darkness”, Nari Ward latest project, is curated by Massimiliano Gioni …

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WWD Fashion Museum explores New York’s style heritage in photos – ARTnews.com

How do you properly tell the story of a city – any city – but specifically New York City, a 320 square mile expanse of layered stories and singular attitude? Make it an ode to clothes. “A Matter of Style,” a pop-up fashion museum opening Sept. 9, is an exploration …

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Student designers captivate audiences at JD Design Awards 2022

PANAJI: Students from JD Institute of Fashion Technology and JD School of Design, Goa captivated the audience at the ‘JD Design Awards 2022’ party held to showcase their best designs at the Panjim Gymkhana on Thursday evening. The press release released in the city on Friday said the student designers …

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This stylist wore a bespoke wedding dress to her wedding at Hackney Town Hall

While the location for the ceremony was decided upon relatively quickly, a location for the reception proved more difficult. “We love going out to dinner more than anything and we wanted the food to be really important — not to have the wedding chicken or beef,” Cassie says. “Having a …

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Gucci, Burberry and Dior Homme AW22 campaigns: What’s new in fashion?

It’s Britney Spears’ comeback day! And just like our favorite twirling pop star who’s been teasing us with new music for a while and finally delivered to us, the AW22 collections we coveted when we saw them parade down the catwalk are now making themselves available to us right now. …

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Cricketer explains why Roger Federer ‘makes it so easy’

As former Indian cricket team coach Ramji Srinivasan explained the similarities between Roger Federer and former Indian professional cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ramji also revealed the reason why Federer (and Dhoni) are able to make it feel easy to play like them. “I would compare Dhoni to Federer right away. …

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Pictured: Ferdinando Scianna, 1943-present

“A photograph is not created by a photographer. What they do is just open a little window and capture it. The world is then written on the film. The photographer’s gesture is closer to reading than to writing. They are the readers of the world” -Ferdinando Scianna Ferninando Scianna is …

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photographer chiron duong on his contemporary take on the Ao Dai garment

the ethereal “Portraits of Ao Dai” by Chiron Duong Vietnamese artist Chiron Duong translates the vibrancy of traditional Vietnamese Ao Dai costume into an ethereal style photo series of female figures. Through ‘Portraits of Ao Dai’, the artist reveals stories of personal memories tied to the Ao Dai tradition, merging …

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We are in a cinematic renaissance! Here are My Favorites

I like. Film. If there was an opportunity to only shoot and develop film today, I would do it in a heartbeat. I miss the smell of chemicals, the sound of running water and the amber light of the darkroom. I even miss the endless supply of lotion needed to …

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Behind the scenes of the best shows

Copenhagen Fashion Week, often seen as the odd cousin of Europe’s most lavish and well-known fashion weeks, is in a state of flux. Each season, the city’s three-day presentations kick off the international shows. And year after year, the Danes are known for their accessible, safe and sensible designs. For …

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6 Great Websites for Finding Photography Inspiration

It’s no secret that inspiration can be one of the hardest things to acquire, whether you’ve been shooting for a while or just getting started. Fortunately, there are plenty of websites and services that can make finding photography inspiration easy. Whether you have something in mind or just seeing what’s …

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Report of the 2022 Arles Meetings

This sprawling profusion challenges you to think about the nature of the medium and the uses and effects of images. Arles is an education in itself. It should help to grasp everything if you divide the exhibitions between those that are part of a historical or documentary approach and those …

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In frame: Vivian Camphuijsen

Vivian Camphuijsen – Photographer at Eyeforce Photographer and art director Vivian Camphuijsen does not follow the rules of photography, but his work is very calculated, always taking pictures with artistic intent. She doesn’t consider herself a typical fashion photographer. In fact, Vivian searches for human imperfection in the often perfect …

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Albany Area Arts Council to Host Photography Exhibit

August 6—ALBANY — Local photographer Belinda Vickerson will have her first solo exhibition at the Albany Area Arts Council this month. “People, Places, & Things” opens Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Arts Council, located in downtown Albany inside the historic Carnegie Library. Vickerson is a portrait and fashion photographer …

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This zine captures the abundant beauty of Nepal

As he self-publishes his new photo magazine, Buddha Was Born Here, Olgaç Bozalp looks back on a spiritual and revelatory journey through the South Asian country August 05, 2022 When the photographer Olgac Bozalp landed in Kathmandu, Nepal for a long overdue vacation, he had no pre-arranged schedule for the …

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Kelsey Foster whips up tasty shots as a top food photographer in Dallas

Photography by Jessica Turner Kelsey Foster knew what she wanted to do from an early age and never changed her mind. She earned a bachelor’s degree in photography from the University of North Texas, then moved to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a fashion photographer. Photo assistance …

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Engineers Reuse 19th-Century Photographic Technique to Create Color-Changing Stretch Films | MIT News

Imagine stretching a piece of film to reveal a hidden message. Or check the color of an armband to assess muscle mass. Or wear a swimsuit that changes color as you do tricks. Such chameleon-like, color-changing materials could be on the horizon, thanks to a photographic technique that has been …

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5 Skills Every Professional Photographer Must Learn

As photographers, we often get bogged down in what equipment to buy, what lens to choose, what has better specs, and so on. To everyone’s satisfaction or disappointment, these things will only make a marginal difference in most cases. As a photographer, you need to have more skills than equipment. …

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Glasgow hosts an exhibition of striking images capturing strange days of lockdown

THEY are images that reflect an extraordinary moment in time and how people and communities have changed during the pandemic. People wearing masks while shopping or taking solitary walks have become a familiar sight as the country has lived with lockdown after lockdown. It was this period of all our …

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The photographer J’can Robert Johnson takes us to Africa!

From Kingston to Atlanta one night, then Atlanta to Chicago, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Ethiopia to Nairobi, and more than 48 hours of flight, photographer J’can Robert Johnson was in the homeland. He has traveled to New York, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium and England for lectures as part of …

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Residents enjoy a free summer of culture

Residents and young people of Colchester, Tendring, Harlow and Epping Forest are ready to enjoy a summer of culture full of free events and activities. A series of events will take place this summer with support from our Arts and Culture Fund and other fundraising initiatives. Family …

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What’s New – Global Times

Chinese singer Gong Linna Photo: VCG The Sound of Walking – Music Event The musical event in Shanghai is a concert of traditional Chinese songs and music by Chinese musician Gong Linna. Over the years, the Chinese singer has collected many samples of folk music during her field …

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Another Tomorrow Party and Grown Women Leaders with Sagaponack Dinner and Beach Bonfire

As New Yorkers headed to their Hamptons retreats for a summer of sun and surf this year, the Cultivated the team followed suit, gearing up for a season of events and parties down East to celebrate the inaugural edition of Hamptons magazine. On July 15, these festivities began with an …

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Kolkata photographer Surjendu Sen trains his lenses on four urban models

Despite the lack of support from his family, Krush Fashion World fashion photographer Surjendu Sen, who had developed a deep interest and love for photography since the age of 3, first started taking pictures with the camera of his smartphone. “I loved capturing nature through the lens. Then a friend …

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How this fashion designer brings photographs from a 1930s Chinese magazine to life 

The memory of the first meeting of fashion designer Janny Jingyi Ye Linglong magazine is fuzzy, but she remembers a YouTube video of a Chinese designer talking about 1930s magazines that piqued her interest. From there she plunged into the world of Linglong – a weekly pocket magazine printed in …

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Virgin Hotels Edinburgh – history and style in a maze of luxury – Scotland on Sunday Travel

Original features create a large bar area on the lobby level. Picture: Contribution “You’re welcome” reads the bright neon sign as you enter the impressive wood-panelled bar and lounge at Virgin Hotels Edinburgh. Set in the city’s iconic Indian buildings, the Old Town Hotel is a luxurious multi-storey maze that …

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Marta Ortega Perez shines spotlight on Steven Meisel with new show – WWD

LONDON – Marta Ortega Perez, the new president of Inditex, shines the spotlight on another giant of fashion photography: Steven Meisel. “Steven Meisel 1993 A Year in Photographs” will open in La Coruña, Galicia, Spain in November. The exhibition is organized with the personal support of Ortega Perez and is …

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Guildford College showcases visual arts talent at end-of-year exhibition

Guildford College photography and art students welcomed friends, family and members of the public to their end-of-year art and photography exhibition. Due to the lockdown, it was the first time since 2019 that the college could host a gallery collection, and the students produced outstanding work reflecting the past two …

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Six emerging AR artists to put on your radar now

Open Space at The Photographers’ Gallery allowed six young emerging artists to experiment augmented reality We barely glimpse the vast potential and reach of the technology. As new developments in the metaverse and virtual reality continue to expand the realms of our experience, artists are finding innovative ways to explore …

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Wigan student accepted into famous shoe designer college appeals for financial aid

Aimee Lakin, a 17-year-old student and aspiring fashion designer, applied for a place at the prestigious Jimmy Choo Academy, located in Mayfair in London’s West End, but never in her wildest dreams would she thought she would never be accepted on the limited course and beat tough competition to a …

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Fashion and photography exhibitions set to open at the gallery

Content of the article The Thames Art Gallery announces new exhibitions for this summer. Content of the article This year the gallery will feature solo exhibitions by two former Chatham-Kent residents, Colleen Schindler-Lynch and Grahame Lynch. In his exhibition, Daemon & Saudade, Schindler-Lynch will take the viewer to the intersection …

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In its partnership with Dashwood Books, The Mercer brings together two New York classics

From the start, Dashwood Books in New York has been the go-to venue for art book launches and book signing parties and, of course, a favorite spot for bibliophiles in search of the rarest and finest finds. recent in the field of photography. In 2005, photographer David Strettel set out …

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Newbury photography student Daisy Bayliss is one to watch

Contact Daisy via Instagram @dazebayliss or email [email protected] The fabulous musical photographs featured in Adrian Buchelt’s recent article (bit.ly/39s6jtW) are taken by talented 18-year-old photography student Daisy Bayliss, who studies at the University of Bath Spa. Daisy is from the Newbury area and typically specializes in portrait photography. Daisy Bayliss …

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In the Pink gallery opens on Saturday June 25

Three or four brushstrokes attempt to match the original color of the facade of the Art Deco-style building on a corner of Praça da República. “Maybe a little more salmon… that’s all,” suggests gallery owner Philip Burks, inspecting the works. The building will have three floors, connected by a spiral …

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Oyeleke, Ibeleme and Eguare celebrate a decade of photography | The Guardian Nigeria News

Emmanuel Oyeleke, Aham Ibeleme and Yagazie Eguare have teamed up to celebrate a decade of excellence, growth, transformation, relevance and impact in the photography industry with a six-day non-profit initiative called Project X. Scheduled to take place from tomorrow (Monday) June 20 to (Saturday) June 25, 2022, the initiative is …

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Art Center Sarasota welcomes photographer Barbara Banks as a board member

Carolyn Benedict-Drew, Chair of the Art Center Sarasota Board of Trustees, recently announced that the organization has welcomed renowned photographer Barbara Banks to its Board of Trustees. “Barbara has long been an essential part of the artistic and cultural tapestry of Sarasota’s wealthy,” says Benedict-Drew. “Her commercial work appears regularly …

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Scottish creative industries will benefit from boosted digital skills

A new training program has been launched to teach digital skills to professionals in Scottish creative industries. The next level! Ironworks Venue’s project will cover topics such as blockchain, cryptocurrency, NFT, and metasphere. The areas will be covered by global specialists from leading universities, consultancies and technology companies. Delivered over …

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SELF 07 by Saint Laurent showcases the work of six world-class photographers in six world-class public spaces

Fashion and photography have long gone hand in hand as creative partners. Saint Laurent agrees. For the upcoming seventh installment of the fashion house’s SELF series, creative director Anthony Vaccarello enlisted six international Magnum-affiliated photographers to produce six distinct images that simultaneously showcase individuality, self-expression and the Saint Laurent attitude …

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President Buhari visits UNWTO headquarters in Madrid

President Muhammadu Buhari paid a courtesy visit to the headquarters of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in Madrid, Spain. His visit was part of the activities marking an official state visit to the Kingdom of Spain. At a reception held in his honor at the headquarters of the United Nations …

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The Queen more popular than any political leader in the Republic of Ireland, according to a poll

The Queen is more popular than any political leader in the Republic of Ireland, including Sinn Fein’s Mary Lou McDonald. According to a Sunday Independent/Ireland Thinks opinion poll, the Irish public ranks the monarch celebrating the Platinum Jubilee with greater approval than Taoiseach Micheal Martin (44%) and Tanaiste Leo Varadkar …

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3 Must-Have Tips for Capturing Beautiful Seascapes

In the last six weeks I have photographed more sunsets than I can count along the coast. As someone who primarily shoots on land, I had a lot to learn about shooting at sea and I’ve put together some of the most important lessons I learned for your next seascape …

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Tourism New Zealand launches latest Aotearoa Country Special (Part Two) campaign – Travel Weekly

Tourism New Zealand has partnered with Exceptional ALIEN to produce their latest advertising campaign, Aotearoa Country Special (Part Two). The project aims to showcase New Zealand through the lens of its creators, inspiring people to live their inspiring stories as borders and travel reopen. Launched yesterday, the Aotearoa Country Special …

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6 of the Best Asian American Photographers in 2022

If you’re a regular at The Phoblographer, you’ll know we’ve shed some extra light on the Asian American photographers we love this month. From the powerful work of Michelle Watt to the cutting-edge creativity of Andrew Kung, we’ve had nothing but fun sharing high-quality photographic stories with our readers. Every …

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Hung La’s LỰU ĐẠN is a fashion brand inspired by 90s Asian gangster culture

Growing up in traditional homes, Asian American children basically have three career options: lawyer, doctor or engineer. But Hung La strayed from the path of the ideal Asian child and blazed his own trail. The London-based designer worked under Nicolas Ghèsquiere at Balenciaga and Phoebe Philo at Céline before co-founding …

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Art Rotterdam: The Ravestijn Amsterdam Gallery

The famous Amsterdam gallery Ravestijn presents five projects with famous fashion photographers Inez & Vinoodh van Lamsweerde Matadin, as well as four projects oscillating between plastic arts and photography. Inez van LAMSWEERDE 1963 & Vinoodh MATADIN 1961 Netherlands The photography duo Inez & Vinoodh, are known for their fearless and …

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5 Asian American Photographers You’ll Love!

Welcome to Asian American Heritage Month 2022. It’s that time of year when we put a little more focus on Asian Americans, further highlighting the incredible photography they create. We’ll share a mix of new and already featured photographers, ensuring your eyes are on the best work in the space. …

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The Alexander McQueen exhibition in Melbourne will celebrate the artist’s inspirations through the NGV collection

The first major Australian exhibition of the late British fashion superstar Alexander McQueen will be held in Melbourne this summer, almost 13 years after his death in 2010 – and seven after Alexander McQueen’s landmark exhibition: Savage Beauty broke records at Victoria & Albert Museum in London (V&A), with over …

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In pictures: 40 years of groundbreaking fashion photography by Nigel Shafran

May 17, 2022 main pictureTeenage Neighborhood Shoppers, iD, 1991© Nigel Shafran 2022, courtesy of Loose Joints In a fashion magazine, the “pit” is a special section reserved for the most creative editorials in the issue. It is a section of pages free from the influence of advertising brands and which, …

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Howard University acquires photographs from influential black photographer Gordon Parks

Placeholder while loading article actions Early in his prolific and influential career, photographer Gordon Parks documented daily life in Washington, DC, including Howard University events and students. Eighty years later, the historically black university in the heart of the district has acquired one of the most comprehensive collections of Parks …

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Bangladesh’s share will be 10% by 2025 (BGMEA)

Chairman of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, Faruque Hassan, hoped on Saturday that Bangladesh’s share of the global apparel market would exceed 10 percent by 2025, up from 6.3 percent currently. manufacturers increasing their investments in gradation and synthetic fiber. “As we have achieved a certain level of …

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Champaign-Urbana Weekend Planner – Bask in the Sun

Families can choose from a myriad of events and activities this week in Champaign-Urbana We do not believe it, but we went directly from the beginning of spring to the horrors of summer in Champaign-Urbana! And now that it’s here, we’ll definitely embrace it and enjoy every drop. And yes, …

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The tension between art and commerce in the work of Nigel Shafran

At school, Nigel Shafran’s first vocation was art. However, lacking the patience to complete his paintings, he found an alternative in the more immediate medium of photography. He doesn’t know how he fell into fashion photography specifically, or how he was introduced to pioneering youth magazines like Face early in …

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Lyna Khoudri in the last Chanel movie before the Cruise show

“Tokyo Vice”: American journalist’s account of the underworld is “long and gaping” CHENNAI: Gangster movies aren’t new and they’ve had an arc beginning with American westerns at godfather fare. HBO Max’s “Tokyo Vice,” created by JT Rogers in an eight-episode series, is gapingly long and offers little novelty or finesse. …

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As Khloé Kardashian seems to know, beauty is existential terror | Van Badham

The destigmatization of mental illness is an ongoing campaign. Is it helped by Khloé Kardashian on TV popping beta-blockers she gets from her mother? No. Let me frankly remind readers that beta-blockers are not candy and you should never take any medications not recommended by a doctor, especially those whose …

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Smooth Enough: The Legacy of a Famous Pittsburgh Photographer – Inside a 1940s Grease Factory

It was 1944, and the workers at the Penola Grease Plant, on the edge of Pittsburgh’s Strip District, might not have known who Gordon Parks was. But the young black photographer was about to capture them on film for posterity. Gordon Parks / Courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation In …

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Ye Fan got her first camera in 2016. Now her photos are in ‘Vogue’

Photosensible is a RADII column that focuses on Chinese photographers documenting modern trends, youth and society in China. This month, we feature Ye Fan, a New York-based photographer whose work has appeared in several major publications. Ye Fan never dreamed of being a professional photographer. She had a good job …

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Through geometric color blocks, artist Derrick Adams celebrates the joy of self-expression

Art #acrylic #graphite #hair #paint #wigs April 22, 2022 Grace Ebert “Style Variation 35” (2020), acrylic and graphite paint on digital inkjet photography, 245.1 x 153 x 4.4 centimeters. All images © Derrick Adams, courtesy Salon 94, New York In Regards, artist Derrick Adams refers to the immense potential of …

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Gilles Dallière by Carole Schmitz

Gilles Dalliere : The vision of an aestheticized reality After spending two years at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Saint-Etienne, Gilles Dalliere is particularly interested in architecture and decoration: he learns to draw precise geometries at the Camondo school in Paris. He became an interior architect and designer, and joined …

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7 fashion students explain what college is like during a pandemic

University is full of major life changes, especially for fashion students entering a highly competitive field full of potential. Whether you’re a freshman, nearing graduation, or just trying to get through the next day of class, each stage presents a new set of challenges. Add in a global pandemic, and …

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“Bill Cunningham Was There” with John Kurdewan and Steven Stolman

Bill Cunningham “made fashion photography its own branch of cultural anthropology on the streets of New York” (The New York Times). Authors John Kurdewan and Steven Stolman present their new coffee table book about the beloved photographer, Bill Cunningham was there (Rizzoli, 2021), from their conversation about “Working for Bill” …

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On Writing with Light – The New Indian Express

Every other day, when I open the vernacular newspapers, they are full of stories about young people who, losing their footing, slipped into the Ganges and drowned while taking a selfie. Closer to home, below Jharipani, the police had to put up no photography signs above Chunakhala. This was after …

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The OnePlus 10 Pro knocks the ball out of the park with its second-generation Hasselblad camera for mobile and a host of other features

2022 has been an exciting year for global tech giant OnePlus, especially in the Indian market. The first quarter of the year saw top-notch launches by the brand that captured the interest of tech enthusiasts and led to large-scale purchases. It’s no surprise, then, that the OnePlus 10 Pro, the …

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Berlin Hotels 2022: Best Accommodations for Budget and Luxury Stays

With its hedonistic nightlife, cutting-edge culture and reasonable prices, Berlin ticks many boxes for a brilliant city break. Over the past decade, the number of hotels in the German capital has doubled, and the options are as varied and vibrant as the city itself. So, where to sleep in Berlin? …

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Jason Momoa Opens Up About Kate Beckinsale Romance Rumors, Plus Other News | Gallery

By the editors of Wonderwall.com 2:55 p.m. PDT, April 5, 2022 Jason Momoa Responds to Rumors He’s Dating Kate Beckinsale Jason Momoa says he “was just a gentleman” when he gave Kate Beckinsale his coat at an Oscars after-party. The stars were pictured chatting and smiling together at Vanity Fair’s …

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Kids of Cosplay combines the ordinary and the extraordinary in a striking photo book

London-based photographer Thurstan Redding’s debut book is an exploration of the world of cosplay like you’ve never seen it before. Extraordinary outfits are photographed in the most ordinary locations creating a series that blurs the lines between fiction and fashion. cosplay kids is the accumulation of three years of work, …

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OnePlus 10 Pro redefines phone photography with Hasselblad Camera 2.0

OnePlus stepped up its camera game last year by teaming up with legendary camera maker Hasselblad to bring a new and improved camera experience to users with vivid colors, fantastic dynamic range and a fresh new look. for the camera app inspired by classic Hasselblad colors. The goal was to …

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MID-WEIGHT E-COMMERCE PHOTOGRAPHER / VIDEOGRAPHER

Images That Sell is a highly regarded content photography and fashion e-commerce studio based in Rosbery Sydney. We work with leading Australian lifestyle and fashion brands. Images That Sell recognizes each employee as an individual. We strive to make our studio a friendly and positive environment and aim to train …

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Elton John and Princess Diana’s friendship ended because of Gianni Versace’s risque fashion book

Sir Elton John and the late Princess Diana met at an event at Windsor Castle in 1981 and quickly became good friends. In fact, they spent much of their first meeting befriending their love of dancing the Charleston. However, after years of harmonious friendship, the couple had a major falling …

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Art Fair PH 2022 promises a ‘hybrid experience’ with AR and virtual exhibits

Save this date! This year, Art Fair Philippines opened its doors to the public to experience its exhibitors’ 10-day attraction and experience the art in real time for its first physical exhibition since 2020. The hybrid event will premiere on March 23. and will continue until April 1 at Ayala …

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Cui Jie: ‘This kind of community life is long gone and the memories are fading’ | Art

IIn the late 1920s and early 1930s, two sleepy corners of Essex awoke to the modern world. Czech shoe giant Tomáš Baťa’s model town grew out of nothing in the swamps of East Tilbury: a working-class community with everything just steps from the front doors of its flat-roofed houses, the …

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Ukrainian TikTokers and YouTubers offer insight into life during the war

Get the Insider app A personalized feed, digest mode, and ad-free experience. Download the app close icon Two crossed lines that form an ‘X’. It indicates a way to close an interaction or dismiss a notification. Many young people have turned to TikTok and YouTube to understand the Ukrainian conflict. …

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Create an inclusive clothing line | Vancouver Island University

Growing up with a brother with non-verbal autism, Brant Cartwright recalls “always feeling bad” about the limited portrayal of people living with disabilities he saw in the media and the entertainment industry. fashion. The fifth-year VIU Bachelor of Education student felt compelled to seek out companies with inclusive employment and …

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Rowley’s latest collection, William Klein’s new show – WWD

FIND A CHAIR: On Thursday night, designer Cynthia Rowley showcased her latest collection with an interactive musical chairs display at the Villiard Ballroom at Lotte New York Palace. Although the designer opted out of showcasing her fall collection during New York Fashion Week, she still wanted to hold a fun …

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North Van Arts exhibition explores the “reality of inhabiting a woman’s body”

Through April 14, a new exhibit at NVCAC features five women who explore what it means to live in a woman’s body. A new exhibit currently on display at CityScape Community ArtSpace in North Vancouver seeks to explore the realities of inhabiting a woman’s body. Through the use of fashion, …

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Har-Ber Village opens its 54th season on Saturday | KSNF/KODE

GROVE — The Great Lake Quantum Frontier-themed museum opens to the public on Saturday. Begins its 54and season, Har-Ber Village is a popular Grand Lake attraction. Part of the opening weekend festivities include living history demonstrations. Visitors to the museum can observe and learn about broom making, carpentry, blacksmithing, home …

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Enclothe: Embody Fashion Show highlights student designs at Crystal Bridges

Dressing Committee Enclothe: Embody is March 31 at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville at 5:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Enclothe allows guests to see the creations of U of A apparel merchandising and product development students up close, as the annual fashion show …

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Fashion illustration strengthens its strength within the industry, no longer competing with photography

Fashion illustration is on the rise in our industry and imposes its own rules of engagement. For decades, illustration was supplanted by photography which perfectly suited the needs of brand marketing and communications departments, while highly paid art directors, models and photographers crafted beautiful editorials for consumers to ponder. magazines. …

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Royal family speaks out against Russian invasion of Ukraine

It is at times like these that we look to our own leaders to express how we feel and respond accordingly. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has seized the opportunity enough that many are forgetting – for now at least – the lockdown parties that led to calls for his …

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Oscar Oiwa, If I Lived in NowHere New York Wooster Street

Brazilian-American visual artist Oscar Oiwa uses time travel, role-playing and pure artistic license in If I lived inher latest exhibition currently on view at the all-purpose center for New York-based Japanese designers, NowHere. A conceptual encounter of past and present, Oiwa’s works reveal a fantastical world where he travels through …

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Our favorite picks from Tory Burch’s Women Makers curation for 1stDibs | Architectural Summary

Tory Burch doesn’t need a boost like Women’s History Month to support and elevate female talent. Over the years, she has showcased the works of female artists and designers, both vintage and contemporary, in numerous personal and professional projects. Having yet another reason to support women, however, certainly doesn’t hurt. …

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Homecoming Pop-Up Fashion Show Offers Some Normalcy For High School Teens

OCEAN CITY, Md. — Prom is a night many high schoolers start planning for months. However, after the pandemic put many proms on hold, Sandals Bridal is making sure this year’s event is a night to remember. The clothing store received an overflow of prom dresses and held a Trunk …

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Saturday, February 26, 2022 – La Minute Monocle

01 On Thursday, just before 4am in London, my phone started ringing with news notifications. I looked at the screen: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had begun. I stood there in the dark, the unease spreading with each update. In Los Angeles, Christopher Lord, our Americas editor, was using jet lag …

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Famous fashion brand kids go their own way

MILAN — When Alice Etro was a little girl, she used to spend hours after school with her father, Kean Etro, creative director of Etro menswear, playing with fabric swatches in the design studio of the fashion brand in which his grandfather Gimmo started. 1968. She creates clothes from scraps …

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The wild and extensive photographic career of Marilyn Stafford

Mrs. Stafford would later use what she learned – in particular the Stanislavski technique – to immerse herself in her subjects’ world and disappear completely. She moved to New York in 1947 with dreams of succeeding on Broadway. It was at this time that she also began to experiment with …

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Micaiah Carter’s ‘American Black Beauty Vol. One’ Photos Are Personal and Cheerful

Editorial photography and fashion photography are often described as being at odds with each other, as if appreciating one meant it was impossible to understand the other. Obviously, the photographers of each other borrow a lot from the other, but the myth has persisted nonetheless. A recent personal project by …

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Avoiding hidden pitfalls for creative photographers

Are you a creative photographer? If so, there are pitfalls we can avoid. Some are of our own making, while others are created by others to deliberately trick us. One of the big obstacles we have in photography as an art is that we create interpretations of the ordinary. Although …

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IWC Schaffhausen Takes Over Melbourne With Exciting Pilot’s Watch Launch

One of the biggest watch releases of 2021 was IWC Schaffhausen’s refresh of its flagship Big Pilot’s Watch line. Dubbed the Big Pilot’s Watch 43, it’s the purest version of the iconic watch to date: bold, purposeful, finely crafted and deeply distinctive. The new Big Pilot 43 has quickly proven …

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Where I work: Sarah Ellison

Based in Byron Bay Sarah Elison is a sought-after Australian interior stylist and product designer with a distinctive aesthetic that makes high-end design livable and accessible. She fuses textures with rounded shapes and bold proportions that place her pieces somewhere between furniture and sculpture. She launched her eponymous furniture line …

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The Western Wares exhibition shows the history of the style

See where the influence of Western style began and manifested in the Western goods exposure. The West is not just a geographical location; it is a culture and a way of life that has inspired generations of artists and creators. The new exhibit at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage …

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Lockdown book project fuels Rankin’s creativity

February 10, 2022 Photographer Rankin has revealed details of his upcoming book, An exploding worldwhich was a Covid lockdown project he took on to expand his artistic abilities while in isolation. To be published in April 2022, it is a companion to his book 202o To kiss (of Rankin Publishing), …

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Lila Moss gives a boost to the ultra-cropped hem trend with Kate

Tuesday night in London, Lila Moss achieved what some would have thought impossible: she attracted more attention from the cameras than Kate Moss. (The supermodel happens to be the 19-year-old model’s mother.) The couple stepped out to show their support for the elder Moss’ boyfriend, Nikolai von Bismarck, who has …

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A digital archive of black fashion delves into print

Black Fashion Fair, a digital directory of black designers launched by Antoine Gregory, is bringing his project to print. What started in 2016 with a Twitter feed by Mr. Gregory listing many “black designers you should know” has given way to a robust online library of independent designers and black-owned …

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Florence Bourgeois appointed director of FIAC, Paris Photo – ARTnews.com

The current director of Paris Photo, Florence Bourgeois, will now also take over the management of FIAC, France’s leading contemporary art fair, which was recently ousted from its historic Grand Palais headquarters by Art Basel. FIAC and Paris Photo are managed by the French subsidiary of RX Global. Bourgeois will …

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Is expensive camera gear really not that important?

Fashion photographer Peter Coulson is back with another video showing us his process of seeing light. This time, he takes an even more minimal approach than his previous videos to prove that expensive equipment isn’t always necessary to produce quality photos. In this insightful video, Australian photographer Peter Coulson tackles …

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Why British Vogue’s ‘Celebration’ of the African Model Failed | Opinions

Over the past few weeks, Edward Enninful, the Anglo-Ghanaian editor of British Vogue, has celebrated the new cover of his magazine, where he featured nine “dark-skinned” models of African descent. The February issue, available on newsstands since January 18, includes an accompanying article by editor Funmi Fetto, exploring “the rise …

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SATURATION: everyday life transformed – Announcements

SATURATIONN: daily life transformed explores recent works created by a new generation of artists—Dragana Jurišić, Ruth Medjber, Eva O’Leary, Audrey Gillespie, Pádraig Spillane, Ayesha Ahmad, Vittoria Colonna, Conor Clinch, Hazel Coonagh, Megan Doherty, Michael Hanna, Cáit Fahey, and Niamh Swanton– who use photography to explore the lives that unfold before …

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Fall Winter 2022 – Uniform Collection by dunhill – Men’s Fashion

“I really wanted to re-explore the meaning of tailoring, sophistication and rigor,” says Mark Weston, creative director of dunhill. “This idea of ​​a male uniform, its world of functionality as well as military ceremony, the roots of our British tailoring traditions are so much a part of those very things. …

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The performers behind the ribbon-filled ensemble at Loewe’s men’s show

In the summer of 2020, as Americans cautiously emerged from the first Covid-19 lockdown, multimedia artists Joe McShea and Edgar Mosa left New York for Fire Island, a long strip of land just south of Long Island, and started making flags. . McShea started out in photography while Mosa trained …

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Ways to sow: the designer changes the way we look at gardening | Gardens

Ovisiting the gardens of a city museum is a somewhat atypical position in the world of gardening, but fantastic (as head gardener at London’s Garden Museum, I should know that). Horticulture is associated with history, education and storytelling, which inform the choices, design and presentation of plants. Errol Fernandes, head …

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Virtual Tour – The Lawrentian

The museum-goer in me has felt beyond helpless recently as we witness continued increases in COVID-19 cases. As we all know, the onset of the pandemic forced many venues to temporarily close, museums being just one category. While most museums remain open today, the rise in COVID-19 cases has put …

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André Leon Talley gave Glamor Intellectual Integrity

As the fashion world begins to take stock of the life and impact of André Leon Talley, the industry editor who died Tuesday evening at the age of 73, it becomes clear how its industry has become more professional. How sanitized. Watch him describe Rihanna, totally impromptu, in the 2016 …

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Michael Cassel Group, Megaphone Marketing, Class Bento, Images That Sell, Krystle Knight Jewelry

Michael Cassel Group is looking for a Full time publicity assistant in Sidney. You go generate high quality PR campaigns for the Australian premieres of award-winning productions – Lion King, Hamilton, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. You – eager to learn and embrace the day-to-day operations of a press …

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Art review: The Bakery cooks up a visual photo feast

There is good old-fashioned photography, and there will be plenty more. By old-fashioned I mean no gimmicks or fancy techniques or digital manipulation (at least for the most part) – just color, black and white and cyanotype images done the old fashioned way, by a photographer working alone with a …

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Finding Your Own Photographic Style and Why It Matters

Should you give more thought to giving a cohesive and distinctive style to your photography? If you want to up your game, finding your own look is imperative. There is a surefire way to develop this. However, some big obstacles will try to trip you along the way. What is …

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Fotografiska Academy debuts with professional talent – WWD

PHOTO FINISH: In an age when anyone with a smartphone has the ability to produce photographs, Fotografiska New York hosts workshops, panel discussions, review groups, portfolio reviews, and other educational events. At the head of the Fotografiska Academy is Stephen Frailey, the former president emeritus of the School of Visual …

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20 minutes with: top model Claudia Schiffer

German model Claudia Schiffer is known for her sultry looks in the 1990s fashion campaigns for Guess Jeans, Valentino and Chanel. She became a fashion icon in the 1990s after Karl Lagerfeld photographed her when she was just 18 for a Chanel campaign. Lagerfeld was what Schiffer calls his “magic …

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