Johanna Kneppers, Claudia Seiler and Lys Inger @ d'management (Milan) We don't know if we should say it again as we can almost write it every month but Amica did it again. Could be our motto or the current status of FDIB's facebook page. But let's stay on topic and stick to the story itself, three girls from d'management shot by Massimo Pamparana for the newest issue of Amica. Italian magazine, italian photographer, italian agency and a very international casting that includes Johanna... [Lire la suite]
Anna Kuchkina @ One (NY) Claudia Seiler @ One (NY) Alex Sandor @ One (NY) Just after launching their wonderful new website, three "Ones" are taking L'Officiel by storm in a gorgeous editorial called "Nouvelle Vague" and shot by Jon Compson. We love our doll Anna, the stunning and captivating Claudia and are just smitten by Alex Sandor as a bunny. More to come from this editorial later. But today.
Claudia Seiler, Eden Clark, Lyoka Tyagnereva and Michaela Majerska by James Mahon for One f/w 08 packagecourtesy of One Model Management Here we go. This is season is going to be crazy... Really crazy ! After some amazing show cards at both Supreme and New York Models then Elite yesterday, it's time for One Model Management to release their f/w 08 show package. The theme is La Crazy Vita, inspired by the movie La Dolce Vita and it's... yes, crazy. A whole team of their 9 most promising models has been shot on that... [Lire la suite]
models: Elaine Kenny & Rebecca in Jalouse Mirka Michlikova, Courtney Smerski & Claudia Seiler in Wonderland Kinga Luk & Anais Pontier in Biba Toni Garrn in Allure George in Wonderland Katie Braatvedt in - unreleased yet - Vogue Australia feb'08 May these pictures fit for wonderful holidays to end 2007 and may they be an inspiration for 2008. Last press news of the year include Daria... [Lire la suite]
model: Claudia Seiler @ One I was searching for some John Barrymore pictures when I stumbled across this shot. Looks like the best Dazed & Confused cover for a long time.Even if the concept might appear as simple and the result looks "so now", it's nothing less than the most sophisticated lovechild of a hippy and a zombie, like a re-interpretation of the sixties by Tim Burton.