Pirelli calendars are best when cheeky and character-driven, like Steven Meisel's just-released 2015 version. After all, the notion of having the world's most well-respected and well-paid models bare their breasts (and then some) for the pleasure of the high-end Italian tire company's unknown...

>> Franca Sozzani recently explained why Steven Meisel has shot everyVogue Italia cover since 1988: "I needed to have a consistent, recognizable look to every cover. My idea was that even if you took the word "Italia" off, you know what Vogue Italia is. Many magazines don't seem to have a...

Vogue Italia's latest cover story, shot by famed photog Steven Meisel titled "Haute Mess", sparked a brushfire ofdiscussion last week over whether or the not the spread was in fact racist. Models done up in dramatic hairdo's, candy-colored makeup, and elaborate nail art were shot draped in...

Photography:Steven Meisel Models: Coco Rocha, Karen Elson, Caroline Trentini and Raquel Zimmerman Styled by:Grace Coddington Photos from: Vogue US May 2011 Subscribe Here

Photo Credit: Steven MeiselStyling: Anna Dello RussoSource: Italian Vogue 1992 "How could I start better theNew York Fashion Week if not posting my fashion storyof the legendary STEVEN MEISELfor Italian VOGUE in 1992? Megan, Shalom, Kristen immortalized inthe biggest trends of that season:...

"People always ask who my favorite photographer is and that would be Cindy Sherman but my favorite artist is Steven Meisel," Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott explained regarding his choice of Meisel, who has recently lensed campaigns for Prada and Louis Vuitton.

Shot by American photographer Steven Meisel, the campaign includes six pictures in which Edie Campbell has a very distinctive look, unveiling her "Imaginary Self." The first image of the series shows a very retro Edie Campbell promoting the new pieces of the Paris-based label's...

Through the lens of Steven Meisel, the consistently groundbreaking photographer of Prada's campaigns, we see the models tower above us, the cars and modernist architecture set against an expanse of azure sky. His low angle and rich coloration emphasis the power and positivism in the...

love my Tamagotchi), but it's impossible to deny that Meisel, who also shot the Prada ads, was influenced by this game in particular, which is apparently based on Little Red Riding Hood. And it's not too hard to see why: The characters in that game definitely have a goth-chic thing happening....

This one is more recent, but the style is still flawless. Love the layered angles of the vest and jacket, here - and her trademark tied scarf. AP Photo. "I'm special – so special...there's nobody else here...no one like me..." There have been a lot of contrasts in my consciousness...

 

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