Wednesday, November 24, 2010

George Cortina for V Man Magazine

George Cortina styled a story shot and modeled by Christian Brylle featuring Freja Beha Erichsen for the Winter issue of V Man Magazine. The story pays homage to the relationship between icons Patti Smith (Erichsen) and Robert Mapplethorpe (Brylle) and the art they created together in the 1970's.

George Cortina and Honey for H&M Holiday

Stylist George Cortina and Manicurist Honey paired together with photographer Daniel Jackson to shoot the 2010 H&M Holiday campaign.

Stefan Beckman for Banana Republic

Set Designer Stefan Beckman travelled and photographer Peggy Sirota travelled to a Utah ski resort to shoot the Fall/Winter Banana Republic ad campaign.

George Cortina for V Magazine

George Cortina styled icons Susan Sarandon, Sigourney Weaver and Jane Fonda for V Magazine's 'Who Cares About Age' Issue shot by Inez and Vinoodh.

Honey for Italian Vogue Gioiello

Manicurist Honey worked on the 30th anniversary issue of Italian Vogue's Jewelery supplement, 'Gioiello'. Here are the images shot by Francesco Carrozzini.

Kenneth Willardt for L'Oreal Paris

Kenneth Willardt's first ad for L'Oreal Paris was spotted in the December 2010 issue of Elle Magazine. The ad features model Doutzen Kroes for Colour Riche lipstick. We can't wait to see the others when the come out!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Stefan Beckman designs set for Marc Jacobs' and Rob Pruitt's PS1 Move! installation

For MoMA PS1's two day Move! event, organized by Cecilia Dean of V Magazine and David Colman, fashion designers collaborated with visual artists to create installations exploring the relationships between fashion and art.

Designer Marc Jacobs and artist Rob Pruitt worked together to create an interactive installation called "Looks," a virtual experience in which museum guests walked through three rooms, including a green screen runway, that ended with them watching themselves inserted into an actual Marc Jacobs show.

The set for the installation was designed by Exposure's Stefan Beckman, a frequent collaborator with Jacobs for catwalk design. You can see a video of the experience here, courtesy of V Magazine: