Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue Iekeliene Stange by Benjamin Lennox for How to Spend It Spring 2011 While Iekeliene seems rather commercial and unusually robotic in this, I still really like the textured drama to the looks. The styling is fantastically quirky and the photoshopped light effects...

Fashion Gone Rogue Britt Maren by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for Vogue Germany April 2011 God she's hot. Britt is one of my favorite newcomers. I simply just love her face. And she is white hot in this shoot for Vogue Germany. Excuse the pun. But more so than the all-white style for the shoot,...

Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue Ming Xi by Nick Knight for V #71 Nick Knight always has a rather interesting perspective on things. I love the light streams in this, presenting a dreamy outlook on spring haute couture. Although this probably looks like more of an experiment in light and photo...

Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue Sara Blomqvist in Rodarte by Ben Toms for Twin #4 Some gorgeous artistry by the Mulleavy sisters. They always manage to transform a seemingly unrelated influence into glorious designs. Inspired by redwoods (Santa Cruz terrain in general actually) for...

while this is a stereotypical beach shoot styled with easy maxi dresses, I still really really like the lines. The billowing gowns are utterly fabulous. Reminds me of wildly painting and the artist just lets it go with the paint flinging. And I love the sleek lines that Victoire casts,...

Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue Katherine-Clark by Grant Yoshino for Fashion Gone Rogue 2011 Dreamy and gorgeous. I love the romantic feel to this editorial ; it evokes springtime softness. And the styling is fabulous; the texture to every piece really stands out. For once, I like that it is...

. Moreover, I love the strength that she exudes in this. Simplicity does not have to mean blending in; Barbara uses the lovely lines of the clothes to her advantage. And what lines those are. The exquisite craftsmanship can be clearly seen. This is a great alternative to the romantic flowy...

She is an interesting newcomer who had walked a fair amount of shows for Fashion Month Fall 2011 and just recently landed Dolce & Gabbana Campaign. There's also something pleasant about her personality in this. She doesn't try too hard to seem cool or make this editorial edgy and slick....

Credit: Fashion Gone Rogue Gisele Bundchen by Hedi Slimane for V #70 Why hello there Hedi Slimane. I think I was greatly drawn to this editorial just because his photography style is so distinctly prominent in it. I must admit that I am not really a big fan of Gisele. I don't find her...

While logos are embossed onto some of the bags and bellhop caps, Marc doesn't overwhelm this collection with them. I love how he pays tribute to the heritage of Louis Vuitton without taking us back to the logo explosion it used to be. Moreover, Marc Jacobs's technique is simply superb. He...

 

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