Just because I can……!!!!! Following her November shoot for GQ, Emily Ratajkowski once again strikes some seductive poses for the lens of controversial photographer Terry Richardson. Clad in a minimal amount of transparent lingerie, the half-Polish, half-British beauty stars as one of many babes in an editorial “that made 2013 all the easier to love.” We’ll have more to share in the coming weeks but for now, enjoy the two images.
Readers will know I love a Terry Richardson photoshoot and this is up there. Terry (first name terms) shot Rihanna for her recent cover of Rolling Stone. With a corresponding editorial entitled “Crazy in Love,” the internet is sure to be set ablaze not only by the images that showcase her bronzed packaging, but surely the ensuing story that should reveal insights into her mind, process and of course…love life.
Rihanna recently passed by the studio of Terry Richardson. The famed New York photographer and ‘Daddy Hype’ of course took the chance to shoot a nice impromptu spread of the singer, who in return did some sexy poses for him. All in all a nice series of images that is certainly worth checking out first thing on a morning..
Sorry but I never get bored of either TR or KM! so once again supermodel Kate Moss got in front of the lens of Terry Richardson. Similar to her recent work with Supreme, the model is smoking a cigarette during her shoot with the New York photographer. There is just something about Kate Moss. All she needs is a cigarette and that paired with her look makes her more sexy than most others right from the start.
I’m not afraid to admit it I am a fan of LiLo… For better or for worse, Lindsay Lohan has never been far from the spotlight. With seemingly more arrests and incarcerations than film roles, life for the troubled young Hollywood starlet has been anything less than tumultuous. But Lohan ended 2011 on a number of progressive career notes – first, for her admirable role in Robert Rodriguez’s film Machete, then shortly after, with her electrifying Marylyn Monroe-inspired photo spread for Playboy Magazine. Renowned American photographer Terry Richardson has expanded on Lohan’s striking resemblance to Monroe, photographing her for the UK’s LOVE Magazine. The spread finds the always-provacative Lohan in vintage lingerie, again channeling Marylyn herself in 21st century fashion. Lohan’s photo issue of “After Taste” in LOVE Magazine is available now
With much talk surrounding the current Terry Richardson exhibition at colette entitled ‘Mum & Dad’ here is another great product released in the photographers honour. This Terry Richardson silhouette board, limited to only 30 and exclusive to colette makes for an interesting piece. Printed on steal (identical images on recto / verso), silhouette removable from plinth, mounted on black PVC is water resistant so it can be displayed outside while it measures 70,8 inches in height and 25,9 inches in width.
A slew of unpublished products have surfaced at colette’s special exhibition and pop-up store for Terry Richardson starting today as it coincides with the photographer’s newly released book – “Mom & Dad.” Offered above is a collaborated shirt between Richardson and Diesel. The cotton tee highlights an oversize print of a chimpanzee sporting the photographer’s signature eyewear. Now available at colette for €55
A personality transcending high and low culture, Supermodel Kate Moss needs no introduction. Having walked the catwalks of the world’s biggest shows to being featured prominently on T-shirts, the model has had the unparalleled ability to find herself relevant on numerous levels. On a recent trip to the studio of fashion Terry Richardson, the controversial photographer shared a small set of simple black and white shots of the blonde beauty.
Following the recent photo spread in Oliver Zahm’s Purple Magazine, the Archetype of Pop Culture returns this morning with the release of behind the scene video of her photoshoot with celebrity photographer Terry Richardson. Shot by Simon Cahn and Ricky Saiz & Brendon Babenzien for art direction, rom this preliminary look, it seems like there are many more controversial images left on the cutting floor, at least for now.