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officialstevenmeisel2:

yes congrats on closing prada esp. since you hate runway! :)
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lelaid:

Gemma Ward in City Slickers for W, August 2006

Shot by Mert & Marcus
Styled by Alex White
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helmutnewtonphoto:

1997 Eva Herzigova, Monte-Carlo.
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80s-90s-supermodels:

Photographer : Ellen von UnwerthModel : Kate Moss
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devon-aoki:

y2kb2k:

Vogue UK April 2001 Two Tone

"your wife left a message while you were out for lunch, she said wh-
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my eyes are up here…”
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nynphs:

indie
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ohthentic:

ohthentic
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furples:

W Korea October 2013So Ra Choi
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black-boys:

Hassan Taiz & Abu Hussein by Tom Johnson and Jack Eden | Hunger Magazine
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bienenkiste:

Linn Arvidsson and Anniek Kortleve by Josh Olins for i-D Fall 2011
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labsinthe:

Jeneil Williams photographed by Ben Toms for AnOther F/W 2010
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frankienazardo:

Untitled (Calvin Klein)
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abigaildonaldson:

Fiber optic dress at Richard Nicoll Spring/Summer 2015

For spring, British designer Richard Nicoll teamed up with Disney to create a collection inspired by Tinkerbell. The fairy figure could be seen throughout the collection in the form of mirrored cutouts hanging off of holographic bags, however, it was Nicoll’s opening slip dress that stole the show.
Created in collaboration with London-based fashion and technology company Studio XO, the dress was made from a fiber optic fabric activated by high intensity LEDs tailored within it. The result was a delicate, fairy-like glow.
“It created a magical pixie dust effect down the catwalk,” said Matthew Drinkwater, head of the Fashion Innovation Agency, which brought Richard Nicoll, Studio XO and Disney together. “It was imperative for Richard that what went down the catwalk was ‘fashion’ not ‘tech.’ The gasps were audible as the dress appeared, it was a huge moment for fashion technology. We’d built something that was truly desirable.”