2. businessoffashion:

    Gucci assembled four of the biggest names working for its A/W 2014 campaign. Frida Giannini’s modish collection cast in washed out pastels looks effortless on Suvi Koponen, Natasha Poly, Anja Rubik and Raquel Zimmermann. The campaign was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Pigott. 

  3. businessoffashion:

    Céline’s Autumn/WInter 2014 campaign, shot by Juergen Teller and starring Daria Werbowy.

  4. theniftyfifties:

    Frank Sinatra and Audrey Hepburn

  5. oh-so-coco:

    I posted the Harper’s Bazaar Thailand cover yesterday, and as promised I’m sharing the sophisticated-glam editorial today. I love the dancing Coco quadruplets shot!

    Harper’s Bazaar Thailand - October 2014

    Photographer: Natth Jaturapahu
    Fashion Editor: Nichakul Kitayanubhongse
    Stylist: Yoshihiro Hidaka
    Makeup Artist: Bank Natdanai
    Hair Stylist: Shinko Shibata

  6. annstreetstudio:

    It was almost as if time stood still here, frozen in perfect bloom, simplistic in its approach to a beautiful life. 

    Living in Lacoste…

  7. annstreetstudio:

    Lost in a beautiful garden with Vita….

  8. annstreetstudio:

    Ralph Lauren always takes us on a journey, be it the rolling green estate of an English manor, the perfectly fitted and delicately embellished world of Jay Gatsby or lost on the shining streets of Paris at night. This season we find ourselves embarking on the greatest journey of all- Safari.

    With a slight military embellishment and topped off with colorful crystals that take my mind deep into wilds of India, Ralph Lauren takes on trekking in the chicest way possible. The closing dress to the show gave me goosebumps and a rush of a thousands visions of photographic moments: running through the tall grass on a vast savannah, riding on the back of an elephant enveloped in clouds of red dust or climbing on to a prop plane under a setting sun in the most ‘Out of Africa‘ romantic way possible…

  9. annstreetstudio:

    Becoming the world traveler I always dreamed of being with Origins, a company that inspired me to do so…first stop on this journey of discovery: the Côtes-d’Armor in France