Archive for the ‘Cinemagraphs’ Category
THE BEAUTY OF BETTE FRANKE Bette Franke is that beautifuldutch model with blue eyes and great brown hair, who was discovered at 14 years old, in Amsterdam by modeling agent Wilma Wakker. Bette was born on 3rd December 1989 in Heemskerk, North Holland. She lives in New York now and is famous for her sensual and thick lips.
ULYANA SERGEENKO A NEW STAR IN THE FASHION SYSTEM. A beautiful russian lady appeared some seasons ago in the fashion system, she started to assist to every fashion week and as a front row guest and Couture Collector. Her name is Ulyana Sergeenko. Her beauty and style soon became one of the most wanted subjects of street style photographers, and she always responded to their hunting with a glare in the lens and a smile, while she was slowly walking through “Le Jardin des Tuileries”, letting every photographer get a marvellous picture of her.
THOM BROWNE SPRING-SUMMER/2013 Last Paris Homme Fashion Week showed a lot of collections choosing contention and non-risks as their watchwords. Going the opposite way, american designer Thom Browne introduced the most powerful collection of the whole week, composed by patchworks of squares, tartans and madras, in which lobsters, crabs and whales swim, printed or embroidered.
INTERVIEW WITH THE ICONIC BLOGGER, TALENTS HUNTER AND FASHION FILM FESTIVAL FOUNDER, DIANE PERNET Diane Pernet is one of most recognized icons of fashion industry, not only for her absolute black outfits, or her fantastic career, but because now she is one of the world’s most important bloggers and some kind of patron of young talents. Her blog “A Shaded View on Fashion” is the directory of new talents, coolest events, and people who do interesting things related with fashion. Her last project, ASVOFF (A Shaded View on Fashion Film) is a Film Festival where the common thread that binds
STREET STYLE CINEMAGRAPHS AT PARIS FASHION WEEK. While shooting street style, sometimes you find gorgeous and amazing outfits, but in the picture you can’t catch some details that remain under the coat, or inside the jacket we just shot from the back, so it’s fantastic to have the opportunity to get more with these cinemagraphs. Now you can enjoy seeing that lovely print, that fluo shirt or that hidden bag. And appreciate the softness and consistenceof nice fabrics by looking at how they move.