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Icons by Carine Roitfeld Harper's Bazaar September 2014

"This is a portfolio I’ve been dreaming of wanting to do even over my 30 years in the business," said Roitfeld, who noted that she began the project in March and finished in May. "You need a magazine that has big shoulders for such a project."

Shot by Sebastian Faena, with creative direction by Stephen Gan, the portfolio, which will appear in all 30 editions of Harper’s Bazaar, includes Lady Gaga, Penélope Cruz, Linda Evangelista, Lara Stone, Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, Mariacarla Boscono, Joan Smalls, Stephanie Seymour, Isabeli Fontana, Laetitia Casta, Carolyn Murphy, Monica Bellucci, Gigi Hadid, Brooke Shields, Eva Herzigova, Iman, Stacy Martin and Lauren Hutton.

"It’s a huge amount of power they gave to me," Roitfeld said, referring to the magazine’s parent company, Hearst Magazines.

She explained that her role as Bazaar’s global fashion director has allowed her to create fashion portfolios that the editors of all 30 Harper’s Bazaar editions can use. Since she started the role two years ago, about 10 to 15 of the 30 editions have been using her covers on a regular basis, although none of the editions are obligated to do so.

"I think it’s a genius idea to give one editor the ability to do one story — exactly 17 pages — total freedom for the choice of the photographer, the models, the choice of the clothes. And, the same story, we give to 30 countries at the same time," she said. "It’s the reason why I accepted. It’s not because I wanted to do more stories or it’s not like I wanted any revenge against Condé Nast. It was just something very interesting that I had never seen before."

That includes three newsstand covers for the U.S. market of a fresh-faced Lady Gaga in a pink tweed Chanel jacket, hat and skirt, which Roitfeld herself cut shorter — with Karl Lagerfeld’s blessing; a Dior-clad Penélope Cruz, and Linda Evangelista wrapped in a twisted bundle of muted Comme des Garçons knits.

"For all the icons, I used fishnets. Fishnets are like my link," she said, noting that in the portfolio they can be seen as tights, gloves or as part of dresses, for example.

"To have Karl Lagerfeld or Gaga in Poland is genius for them, no?" she said.

The fact that she can introduce new photographers, designers and models without oversight from the editors of Bazaar’s editions is an added bonus.

"I know it’s not CR Fashion Book," Roitfeld said, of Bazaar U.S. "I know I have to be more easy to understand. The models have to be more understandable for everyone. You are talking to a lot of women who maybe don’t know as much about fashion. It’s a different conversation."

Carine Roitfeld’s biggest project for Harper’s Bazaar will be unveiled on Aug. 19.

Source: WWD

Harper Bazaar UK behind the scenes
Harper Bazaar UK full shoot
Harper Bazaar US behind the scenes
Harper Bazaar US full shoot

Harper Bazaar September 2014 - Claudia Schiffer by Sebastián FaenaHarper Bazaar September 2014 - Lady Gaga and her dog Asia by Sebastián FaenaHarper Bazaar September 2014 - Penélope Cruz by Sebastián FaenaHarper Bazaar September 2014 - Linda Evangelista by Sebastián FaenaHarper Bazaar September 2014 - Carine Roitfeld cutting the Chanel of Lady Gaga by Sebastián Faena

Video behind-the-scenes "Icons by Carine Roitfeld" Harper's Bazaar September 2014:


Making of Vogue Japan September 15th Anniversary

Perfect Icons editorial and cover, 15th anniversary with 15 supermodels.

Photographer: Iango Henzi.
Models: Saskia de Brauw, Tao Okamoto, Malgosia Bela, Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly, Carolyn Murphy, Eva Herzigova, Guinevere van Seenus, Karen Elson, Maggie Rizer, Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista & Naomi Campbell.
Styling: Giovanna Battaglia.
Hair: Luigi Murenu.
Make up: Virginia Young & Lloyd Simmonds.
Nails: Lisa Smith & Maki Sakamoto.

Portada Vogue Japón Septiembre 2014 | Modelo: Saskia de Brauw, Tao Okamoto, Malgosia Bela, Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly, Carolyn Murphy, Eva Herzigova, Guinevere van Seenus, Karen Elson, Maggie Rizer, Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista & Naomi Campbell | Fotógrafo: Iango Henzi

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Vogue Japan September 2014 Extra:
The Imagination In Her Eyes
Photographer: Giampaolo Sgura
Stylist: Anna Dello Russo
Model: Lindsey Wixson

Vogue Japan The Imagination In Her Eyes


Covers Vogue August 2014

The Bible of Fashion, Vogue Cover of August 2014:

USA - Paris (France) - Italy - British (UK) - Russia - Germany - Spain - Netherlands - Portugal - Ukraine - Turkey - Mexico - Brazil - Australia - India - Japan - China - Korea - Thailand - Taiwan

Cover Vogue USA August 2014 | Model: Blake Lively | Photographer: Mario TestinoCover Vogue Paris August 2014 | Model: Anna Ewers | Photographer: Mert Alas & Marcus PiggottCover Vogue Italy August 2014 | Model: Isabeli Fontana | Photographer: Steven MeiselCover Vogue British (UK) August 2014 | Model: Victoria Beckham | Photographer: Patrick DemarchelierCover Vogue Russia August 2014 | Model: Isabeli Fontana | Photographer: Terry Tsiolis

Cover Vogue Germany August 2014 | Model: Anja Rubik | Photographer: Camilla AkransCover Vogue Spain August 2014 | Model: Blanca Suárez | Photographer: Giampaolo SguraCover Vogue Netherlands August 2014 | Model: Malgosia Bela | Photographer: Annemarieke van DrimmelenCover Vogue Portugal August 2014 | Model: Daniela Ruah | Photographer: Marcin TyszkaCover Vogue Ukraine August 2014 | Model: Marina Abramovic & Crystal Renn | Photographer: Dusan Reljin

Cover Vogue Turkey August 2014 | Model: Rosie Huntington Whiteley | Photographer: Horst DiekgerdesCover Vogue Mexico August 2014 | Model: Monika Jagaciak | Photographer: James MacariCover Vogue Brazil August 2014 | Model: Irina Shayk | Photographer: Giampaolo SguraCover Vogue Australia August 2014 | Model: Sarah Murdoch | Photographer: Steven CheeCover Vogue India August 2014 | Model: Twinkle Khanna | Photographer: Errikos Andreou

Cover Vogue Japan August 2014 | Model: Lindsey Wixson | Photographer: Giampaolo SguraCover Vogue China August 2014 | Model: Arizona Muse | Photographer: Patrick DemarchelierCover Vogue Korea August 2014 | Model: Lily Donaldson | Photographer: Sebastian KimCover Vogue Thailand August 2014 | Model: Martha Hunt | Photographer: David BellemereCover Vogue Taiwan August 2014 | Model: Ko Shibasaki | Photographer: Mika Ninagawa

Cover Vogue British (UK) August 2014 | Model: Victoria Beckham | Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier

Vogue Korea celebrating its 18° anniversary:

Cover Vogue Korea August 2014 | Model: Anja Rubik | Photographer: Sebastian KimCover Vogue Korea August 2014 | Model: Candice Swanepoel | Photographer: Sebastian KimCover Vogue Korea August 2014 | Model: Joan Smalls | Photographer: Sebastian KimCover Vogue Korea August 2014 | Model: Karen Elson | Photographer: Sebastian Kim

Preview of the cover of Vogue Japan September 2014 which is the 15th anniversary:

Perfect Icons: Saskia de Brauw, Tao Okamoto, Malgosia Bela, Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly, Carolyn Murphy, Eva Herzigova, Guinevere van Seenus, Karen Elson, Maggie Rizer, Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista & Naomi Campbell are all featured in this issue lensed by Iango Henzi.

Cover Vogue Japan September 2014 | Model: Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista & Naomi Campbell | Photographer: Iango HenziCover Vogue Japan September 2014 | Model: Saskia de Brauw, Tao Okamoto, Malgosia Bela, Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly, Carolyn Murphy, Eva Herzigova, Guinevere van Seenus, Karen Elson, Maggie Rizer, Claudia Schiffer, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista & Naomi Campbell | Photographer: Iango Henzi

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CWC GALLERY presents: Supermodels – Then and Now

CWC GALLERY is pleased to present the group exhibition »Supermodels – Then and Now«. The self-curated exhibition shows more than 100 works of the best-known artists and a selection of outstanding fashion, portrait and nude photography of the most famous supermodels of the last few decades.

According to Thomas P. Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a worldwide successful model needs to be able to inspire the designer and to represent his intention. In this way a model can obtain a special iconic status and her face can become an own brand. In art, the motif of a supermodel has developed into an international scheduled genre which brings up maximum prices in auctions. The CWC GALLERY appreciates this development with the group exhibition »Supermodels – Then and Now« and presents outstanding works of photographic history from the extensive collection of CAMERA WORK AG and partly never seen works of famous photo artists.

For five decades supermodels have been a great part of photographic art. They inspire artists such as muses. With their cooperation they create artwork which is a mirror of their time. Richard Avedon’s works of Twiggy or Veruschka illustrate the revolution of culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The same applies to works of Peter Lindbergh and Michel Comte from the late 1980s and early 1990s. On the other hand portraits of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Iman or Christy Turlington convey a new image of the understanding of supermodels. Until the mid-1990s the public attention towards famous supermodels had increased. They reached a kind of iconic status in the world of fashion. Instead of staging the models as unapproachable and flawless beautiful goddesses in advertising campaigns, artists such as Peter Lindbergh and Irving Penn show their natural beauty. Lindbergh’s intimate portrait of Berri Smithers or Penn’s natural nude of Amber Valetta present the beauty of the women and show the intimacy between the artist and the model. A special focus in the exhibition is on Kate Moss, whose portraits and nudes by Ellen von Unwerth, Paolo Roversi, Patrick Demarchelier or Albert Watson show the mutability of the model. Photo art helped creating Kate Moss as a global brand, whose »heroin chic« turned into a unique trend and influenced a whole era.

The group exhibition »Supermodels – Then and Now« is an exclusive selection of outstanding portraits of photo art of over five decades and a testament to the influence of supermodels on photo art. Among the exhibited works are also the world-famous work »Mathilde on Eiffel Tower« by Peter Lindbergh, in which fashion slides into the background to make room for the personality, as well as the sensual works of Paolo Roversi’s famous »Nudi« series, in which the artist uses his technique »drawing of light« to create a mysterious aura.

Artists in the exhibition
Richard Avedon, Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista, Cecil Beaton, Bruno Bisang, Gavin Bond, Michel Comte, Anton Corbijn, Sante D’Orazio, Brian Duffy, Fernand Fonssagrives, F.C. Gundlach, Pamela Hanson, Marc Hispard, Dominique Issermann, Russell James, Nadav Kander, Steven Klein, Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindbergh, Roxanne Lowit, Ralph Mecke, Helmut Newton, Margaretha Olschewski, Irving Penn, Jim Rakete, Rankin, Blaise Reutersward, Bettina Rheims, Herb Ritts, Paolo Roversi, Jeanloup Sieff, Ellen von Unwerth, Antoine Verglas, Albert Watson

About CAMERA WORK
CAMERA WORK was founded in 1997 in Berlin, and has since then become one of the worldwide leading galleries for photography. With its historically coined gallery name, the company has always followed the philosophy to represent, next to world famous photographers such as Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn or Man Ray, young and contemporary artists to manifest the position of photography as an independent genre within visual art and to give room to new positions. CAMERA WORK exclusively represents many prominent contemporary artists in Germany, Europe or around the world such as Nick Brandt, David Drebin, Jean-Baptiste Huynh, Robert Polidori or Martin Schoeller. To give contemporary photography an even bigger significance, CAMERA WORK opened the CWC GALLERY in the beginning of 2012 in Berlin. The CWC GALLERY focuses on contemporary photography exhibitions. CAMERA WORK regularly takes part in the major international photography fairs, such as Paris Photo or Tokyo Photo. In the 2001, founded CAMERA WORK AG owns one of the worldwide most extensive and high quality private photography collections with numerous vintage works of the most famous photographers of the 19th century up to the present. Beyond the emphasis on fashion-, nude and portrait photography, CAMERA WORK also focuses on the genres architecture and still life. The two galleries, CAMERA WORK and CWC GALLERY enable, in collaboration with museums, galleries and other art institutions, to present exhibitions worldwide. The extensive collection of photographs and items of the Kennedy family encouraged the company to open the Museum THE KENNEDYS in 2006 in Berlin, which is the second biggest of its kind in the world.

Group exhibition from June 28 – September 6, 2014
CWC GALLERY · Auguststrasse 11-13 · 10117 Berlin · Germany
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday · 11am – 7pm

CWC Gallery Supermodels – Then and Now

© MARC HISPARD, CLAUDIA SCHIFFER, MONACO, 1992© BRUNO BISANG, CLAUDIA SCHIFFER, PARIS, 1997© ELLEN VON UNWERTH, BIG IN AMERICA (CLAUDIA SCHIFFER), NASHVILLE, 1989© HERB RITTS, CLAUDIA SCHIFFER, PALMDALE, 1992© ELLEN VON UNWERTH, CLAUDIA SCHIFFER FOR GUESS, NASHVILLE, 1989
© BLAISE REUTERSWARD, TONI GARRN, FORMENTERA, 2007© MICHEL COMTE, CINDY CRAWFORD (ITALIAN VOGUE), LONDON, 1996© MICHEL COMTE, NADJA AUERMANN© HERB RITTS, CHRISTY IN WHITE 7, LOS ANGELES, 1988© BRIAN DUFFY, JEAN SHRIMPTON

Covers Vogue July 2014

The Bible of Fashion, Vogue Cover of July 2014:

USA - Paris (France) - Italy - British (UK) - Russia - Germany - Spain - Netherlands - Portugal - Ukraine - Turkey - Mexico - Brazil - Australia - India - Japan - China - Korea - Thailand - Taiwan

Cover Vogue USA July 2014 | Model: Lupita Nyongo | Photographer: Mikael JanssonCover Vogue Paris July 2014 | Model: Natasha Poly | Photographer: Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh MatadinCover Vogue Italy July 2014 | Model: Amanda Murphy, Lexi-Boling & Edie Campbell | Photographer: Steven MeiselCover Vogue British (UK) July 2014 | Model: Christy Turlington | Photographer: Patrick DemarchelierCover Vogue Russia July 2014 | Model: Sam Rollinson | Photographer: Jason Kibble
Cover Vogue Germany July 2014 | Model: Diane Kruger | Photographer: Camilla AkransCover Vogue Spain July 2014 | Model: Constance Jablonski | Photographer: Patrick DemarchelierCover Vogue Netherlands July 2014 | Model: Malgosia Bela | Photographer: Annemarieke van DrimmelenCover Vogue Portugal July 2014 | Model: Anja Rubik | Photographer: Patrick DemarchelierCover Vogue Ukraine July 2014 | Model: Malgosia Bela | Photographer: Victor Demarchelier
Cover Vogue Turkey July 2014 | Model: Jeneil Williams, Katlin Aas & Devon Windsor | Photographer: Terry TsiolisCover Vogue Mexico July 2014 | Model: Lily Aldridge | Photographer: James MacariCover Vogue Brazil July 2014 | Model: Karlie Kloss | Photographer: Henrique GendreCover Vogue Australia July 2014 | Model: Miranda Kerr | Photographer: Nicole BentleyCover Vogue India July 2014 | Model: Alia Bhatt | Photographer: Mazen Abusrour
Cover Vogue Japan July 2014 | Model: Georgia May Jagger | Photographer: Willy VandeperreCover Vogue China July 2014 | Model: Kati Nescher | Photographer: Mikael JanssonCover Vogue Korea July 2014 | Model: Lindsey Wixson | Photographer: Nagi SakaiCover Vogue Thailand July 2014 | Model: Zuzanna Bijoch | Photographer: Marcin TyszkaCover Vogue Taiwan July 2014 | Model: Angelababy - Angela Yeung | Photographer: Paul Tsang
Cover Vogue Italy July 2014 | Model: Amanda Murphy, Lexi Boling, Edie Campbell, Vanessa Moody, Julia Nobis & Meghan Collison | Photographer: Steven Meisel

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