She knows how to look good in a photograph. Photo: Haw-lin Let’s be honest: we are living in the age of vanity. The Vanity Age, if you will. Never before has it been so important to put your best face forward. We’re all ashamed to admit it, but the facts speak for themselves: everybody reading this is on Facebook. We’ve all curated a utopian online world for ourselves filled with fun and exciting life facts, profound quotes and good looking photographs. But what happens when the perfect world gets spoiled? What happens when we’re tagged in an unflattering photograph? Or,Click to Continue!
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Photos: The Fashionisto Big ups to Aiden Andrews for landing himself yet another Raf Simons campaign, this time for the Belgian designer’s namesake label (last season he bagged the Simons-designed Jil Sander). This latest coup elevated the Kiwi expat some serious points on the models.com top 50 ranking – he’s currently tied in 11th place with my mate Mark Cox. If I’m not mistaken, that’s the highest models.com ranking a New Zealander has ever achieved. GO THE KIWIS! Shot by Willy Vandeperre, the Raf Simons campaign takes the form of a short art film, depicting Andrews in a sort ofClick to Continue!
The Cut gave Canadian model Marcel Castenmiller a camera to film his New York Fashion Week shenanigans. He plays table tennis (at Fat Cat?), rides the overground train and hangs out with Mark Cox, Cole Mohr, Bastiaan Ninaber, Charlie Westerberg, Tomek S and Matthew Hitt. They sit around waiting, eat and hang out at bars. It’s a pretty accurate depiction of male models. But my favourite bit is when he goes to film a piece of paper, then changes his mind. It’s all in the editing. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!
Image /Fashion Gone Rogue I’m posting this new Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2010 campaign preview for three reasons. First, because it features Mark Cox. Mark is the funniest Dutchman I’ve ever met and so deserving of his new found success. (The girl is Constance Jablonski; current Black Magazine cover star and walker of the most shows last season – 72.) Second, because the red suits are reminiscent of Zambesi’s Spring/Summer 2009/2010 red suits for boys and for girls. More so for boys. And finally, because of the buttoning choice of Mark Cox’s jacket. The top button is undone, the bottom isClick to Continue!
Image /Steve Wood Dutch male model Mark Cox poses for Steve Wood backstage before the Marc by Marc Jacobs show yesterday. Uploaded with my Sierra Wireless data stick on Telecom XT. I LIKE YOU!Click to Continue!