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Posts for February 22nd 2011

Numéro Tokyo March 2011 Editorial - Naty Chabanenko


Numéro Tokyo
March 2011
Photographer: Yasunari Kikuma
Model: Naty Chabanenko
Stylist: Ako Tanaka


Harper's Bazaar Singapore Cover March 2011 - Xu Chao


Harper's Bazaar Singapore
March 2011
Photographer: Simon Upton 
Model: Xu Chao

Alexander McQueen: "Savage Beauty" Exhibit


Samantha Cameron and Anna Wintour gathered London's fashion press at the Ritz this morning - the site of Alexander McQueen's first post-graduate show - to unveil Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, the exhibition to be held at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute; which will be launched by this year's Met Ball on May 2.

"When I heard from Anna Wintour that the Costume Institute's major annual exhibition would explore the artistry of Alexander McQueen, I was thrilled by this recognition of British fashion," Cameron said. "I'm sure that the party on the second of May will be a very, very special night."

Thomas P Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Andrew Bolton, the Costume Institute's curator, both spoke at length about McQueen's contribution to the fashion world - as well as his standing as an artist in his own right.

"McQueen's work fits easily in the discourse of art. He can be considered no less than a great artist," Campbell said, before thanking Anna Wintour for helping make the exhibition possible thanks to her "spirit and brilliance".

"We drew on the McQueen archive in London and are indebted to McQueen's so-workers and colleagues for their willingness to share their memories of him," Bolton said. "Especially Stella McCartney, whose friendship with McQueen makes her an ideal co-chair for the Costume Institute Ball, and Sarah Burton, who gave a valuable insight in to McQueen's design process over the past 14 years."

Stella McCartney and Sarah Burton joined Wintour, Cameron, Campbell and Bolton at this morning's launch, flanked by some of McQueen's most impressive creations. The exhibition will run from May 4 to July 31, 2011, and will features pieces from all of McQueen's collections - from Nihilism in 1994, to his posthumous Angels & Demons collection in 2010. The McQueen tartan, the Kate Moss hologram and cabinets of McQueen "curiosities" will be highlights of an exhibition whose scale aims to come close to the genius of the man himself.

Photos: Sølve Sundsbø/Courtesy of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum

Numéro #121 March 2011 Cover - Freja Beha Erichsen & Arizona Muse


Numéro #121
March 2011
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Models: Freja Beha Erichsen & Arizona Muse

AnOther Magazine Spring/Summer 2011 Editorial - Karlie Kloss


AnOther Magazine
Spring/Summer 2011
Photographer: Walter Pfeiffer
Model: Karlie Kloss
Stylist: Mattias Karlsson

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