Johannes Huebl is a favorite for street style and he dresses his personality without having to get a stylist. He is 38 years old when it comes to his age. He is a designer for shoes and a photographer. He is married to a blogger Olivia Palermo. They got married in 2014.
Xavier Buestel is a French fashion model. Born on May 13, 1992, Xavier is known for his luxury work with clients such as Coach, Belstaff, and Sandro. A regular face on the catwalk, Xavier has walked for fashion brands, which range from Cerruti 1881 and Paul Smith to Boglioli. The leading model has also appeared in editorials for magazines like Interview and Vogue Netherlands Man.
Eduard Enninful, who will depart his current position as fashion and style director of W Magazine to take up his new position on August 1, revealed that he was "most excited to tell my father about my appointment. He immigrated to England from Ghana with my mother and six children."
Specular is the alias of photographer & director Chris Davis, currently UK based with clients worldwide.
Chris has spent years shooting model folios for agencies around the world, alongside his work for fashion, makeup and portrait clients.
Adam Katz Sinding - Self-Taught + Self-Motivated. Adam Katz Sinding was born on 3th of May 1983 in San Francisco, CA, and raised in Tacoma, WA. Living in Seattle, WA from 2001-2010, and a 6 month period in Paris, France, he now resides in Brooklyn, NY.
The famous American supermodel Kristen McMenamy was chosen to be a face of the Autumn-Winter collection of fashion label Balenciaga.
Lady Gaga is wearing nothing but a massive pink feathered hat in the beautiful picture shot by Mert & Marcus, which appears in the pages of Vogue's 2012 September issue, marking the 120th anniversary of the magazine. The hat is designed by the legendary British milliner Stephen Jones.
The singer is also on the cover of the magazine, dressed in a purple Marc Jacobs gown.
Following a six-year "pause", here is the first look on Tom Ford’s comeback to womenswear collection photographed by Steven Meisel for the December 2010 issue of Vogue US starring models Carolyn Murphy, Anja Rubik, Joan Smalls, Stella Tennant, Amber Valletta, Karen Elson and Edita Vilkeviciute.
“I want this to be somewhere a woman knows she can go when she wants a great jacket—not a fake expensive jacket, something that has intrinsic value," says Ford of the collection.
Kate Moss has signed on to be the new face of Vogue Eyewear.
The British model – who has previously appeared in glasses ads for Versace, Yves Saint Laurent and Just Cavalli – will be seen in shots by photographer Mario Testino in spring 2011.
36- year-old Kate replaces Brazilian beauty Gisele in the campaign, which will also feature a selection of four sunglasses and two optical frames chosen by the model named Kate’s Favourites.
Penelope Cruz was in Madrid to pose for Vogue magazine, before the camera of famous photographer Peter Lindberg.
She posed pregnant, as did other celebrities like Demi Moore, Claudia Schiffer and Britney Spears. It is not known whether she will appear naked like the others or not, but the photos of Penelope are unpationately expected in the magazine.
Rumors about a possible pregnancy of the actress began circulating this year, after the appearance of some of her photos and the announcement of her marriage with actor Javier Bardem in July in the Bahamas.
Animal activists have taken aim at LADY GAGA for posing in nothing but raw meat for a fashion magazine cover.
The pop star posed in a 'bikini' made entirely of slabs of red meat for the cover of Japan's Hommes Vogue - and campaigners at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have been quick to react.
PETA President Ingrid Newkirk says, "Lady Gaga's job is to do outlandish things, and this certainly qualifies as outlandish because meat is something you want to avoid putting on or in your body. No matter how beautifully it is presented, flesh from a tortured animal is flesh from a tortured animal. Meat represents bloody violence and suffering, so if that's the look they were going for, they achieved it".
German supermodel Claudia Schiffer appears nude on the new cover of German Vogue.
The pregnant 39-year-old model proudly shows off her growing baby bump in the June issue of the fashion magazine.
"There are probably few other women who have been photographed as often as Claudia," said German Vogue Editor-in-Chief Christiane Arp.
The 'Umbrella' singer has taken part in a raunchy photoshoot with famed
fashion photographer Steven Klein for the magazine's annual couture supplement.
The Grace Jones-inspired cover of the special publication sees the star clad in a structural feathered Valentino gown and patent knee-high boots, throwing a bucket of water at the camera.
Inside, the daring pictures see the 'S.O.S.' star clad in just skimpy pants, with glitter covering her chest.
he German edition of the fashion bible devoted the massive section to the country's most famous supermodel when she guest edited the latest issue.
She said: "I grew up reading German Vogue and was really excited when they came to me with the idea for the 'Heidi by Vogue' issue. It was a thrill working with the team of photographers, hair stylists, makeup artists and editors. We shot the entire issue in one week - it was a group effort!"
The 35-year-old model is a huge fan of the design duo - who launched their label in 2006 after meeting at London's Kingston university - and has already secured a number of pieces from their Autumn/Winter 09 range.
Designers Fiamma Poltock and Katie Walsh confirmed: "Kate is one of the biggest style icons worldwide and we're sure gets bombarded with clothing from designers around the world, so for her to come directly to us and make such a great selection is really a huge honour."
The pair added they could hardly believe their eyes when they saw Kate wearing one of their Spring/Summer 08 pieces.
When you think about the bra your mind conjures up an array
of images. Who can forget Jean Paul Gautier’s creation for
Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour? A fashion defining moment
where the bra was transformed from underwear to outerwear.
There is no doubting we have come a long way since throwing off the constraints of corsetry a hundred years ago but British women still haven't got the right support from their bras or from their men! New research reveals half of British men have no idea what size their women wear in the bra department and over 600,000 ladies want a remote control bra to help their boyfriends' pinging power during a night of passion.