Two of the world’s most relevant top models and two generations of UK top models, finally got together for the new “My Burberry” fragrance campaign by English fashion houseBurberry – Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne. Photographed by Mario Testino in black/white, the two appear for the first time in an ad together for the brand, after having both worked with Burberry on other campaigns in the past. We really like the simple beauty of the campaign, as Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne appear only wearing the iconic trench coat by the brand.
After offering a look at the upcoming issue’s primary cover, French publication LUI has released the remaining two March 2014 cover images showcasing the topless side of Kate Moss. Shot by Terry Richardson, the photographs see the British supermodel posing completely nude with her legs crossed in a director’s chair showing off her famous Lucian Freud tattoos and perfectly petite silhouette. The Kate Moss issue of LUI magazine is now available in France and is definitely worth picking up.
With a little less hype and not a poster in sight Terry Richardson gets behind the lense to shoot Kate Moss again, this time for the June/July issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Taking the shoot outside, rather than in his signature studio, Miss Moss is looking belting again!
For their 14th issue, and in celebration of the start of Paris Fashion Week, AnOther Man recruited Kate Moss to grace their cover for a special edition version. The photo was taken by the lively and respected British photographer/film director Nick Knight and the model’s outfit was designed by Alexander McQueen’s own Sarah Burton. The issue is set to be on sale from Friday, March 2 onward at such retailers as colette in Paris, Dover Street Market in London, Corso Como and Armani in Milan and Tsutaya Daikayama in Tokyo. The official, non-special edition Spring/Summer 2012 issue will feature Garrett Hedlund and goes on sale March 15.
Posted in Books, Fashion, New Contemporary, Photography, Premium
Tagged 2012, AnOther Man, Collector’s Edition, Issue 14, Kate Moss, Magazine, Spring Summer
For some time now Supreme, the New York skate brand, plasters New York and other cities housing their flagship stores (Tokyo, Los Angeles, London) with posters announcing their soon to arrive new collection of the season and at the same time their latest collaborative effort.
We reported this morning about their Spring 2012 Campaign featuring Kate Moss. The top model has a special standing with Supreme fans, as one of the most iconic tees to ever come from the brand features Moss with the Supreme box logo on top of her panties. To date, that is one of the hardest Supreme t-shirts to get your hands on.
With the excitement around the new campaign and hopefully product that will come along the way in the next weeks, we thought it might be interesting to take a look at the past poster ad campaigns by the brand, featuring Lou Reed (2009), Lady Gaga (2011), Mike Tyson (2007), Dipset (2006), Raekwon & Ghostface & Elmo (2005) and Kermit The Frog (2008). They have kept us busy from 2006 – 2012.
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Tagged Dipset, Elmo, Ghostface, Kate Moss, Kermit The Frog, Lady GaGa, Lou Reed, Mike Tyson, Posters, Raekwon, Supreme
SHE’s BACK! Supreme gives us a preview of an exciting new development for Spring/Summer 2012 as the iconic New York street brand links up with controversial English model Kate Moss. Much like previous campaigns, we see a flurry of oversized posters flood the streets of New York City as the season’s drop nears. Stay tuned for more information in the next few days.