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Best Global Fashion Photos

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    Photographer duo Schmidt & Gorges ( Jens Schmidt & Lydia Gorges) bring a different lens perspective to Grazia November 2011, snapping the sensual, lady in black Donna in ‘Il Nato Noir’.

     


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    Please forgive us for sliding this charming editorial into Private Studio. It’s too irresistable and smile-worthy, not to share it with the greater traffic channel. Kristian Schuller snaps Milana Keller for Tatler Russia’s December 2011 issue. Following up, we see that it’s a reprint from Tatler UK September 2011.

     


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    Lynn Amelie Rage uses brooches and baubles to create a strong military presence in the November issue of Gioia Magazine. Under her soldier-inspired jackets selected by stylist Céline Marioni, Lynn parades before the lens of Wendelin Spiess in lacy leotards and lingerie effects, a perfect pairing for the lady giving marching orders. 

     


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    You Get the Dog, But I Keep the House has to one of the more original names for a fashion editorial. Valerie van der Graaf plays the role of elegant seductress, lensed by Grant Thomas for the latest edition of Flaunt Magazine. Styled by Orsolya Szabo, Valerie plays her femme fatale role with a mix of lingerie inspired looks and sumptuous gowns from the likes of Lanvin, Tom Ford and Elie Saab.

     


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    Yet another photographer from Turkey — this time Koray Parlak shooting models Nina Reijnders and Victoria Lipatova for the December 2011 issue of Marie Claire Turkey — brings New Eroticism into the light of unadulterated sensuality. Fetish symbolism prevails in these leather-meets-lace images but so do white wings at the end.

    These images aren’t lewd, guilt-ridden or dirty — not that I mind darkness, nor do most readers. In the same way that the majority of women like a plot in their erotic movies, and romance gone positively wild, the lack of decadence in these images, styled by Hakan Ozturk, is refreshing.

    So will American Vogue follow Marie Claire Turkey? I doubt it. If Emmanuelle Alt ever wanted to attempt a bit of edge again in Vogue Paris, this would be a good place to start. No nudity, no darkness, no guilt. Just fashion style and beautiful clothes with a strong undertone of sensual mystery among les femmes. Very nicely done. Anne

     


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    Scarlett Johansson celebrated her 27th birthday this week and debuts December 1 in Interview Magazine’s December/January issue, lensed by Sølve Sundsbø. Displaying an athletic figure perhaps related to her physical stunts on the set of multi-hero action flick ‘The Avengers’, Scarlett sizzles.

    Clearly comfortable in her own skin, the actress who appears now opposite Matt Damon in ‘We Bought a Zoo’ admits that she has neither a Twitter or a Facebook account. Nothing inspires Scarlett Johansson less updating the daily details of her life.

     


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    Toni Garrn is in a Parisienne mood, lensed by Matt Irwin for the December 2011 issue of Vogue Russia. Styled by Darcy Backlar, Toni wears Valentino, MIchael Kors, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Hermes, Emilio Pucci and more.

     


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    Alys Hale is a model truly coming into her own. In this recent interview by Sonny Groo of designer David Koma for V Magazine Online, Alys cuts an amazing fashion presence in Koma’s leather and circular motifs captured in full regalia by Paul Scala. /Hair by Maarit Niemela; makeup by Anita Keeling.

     


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    Seriously, I thought I was in some kind of time warp seeing this Milla Jovovich editorial, lensed by Ellen von Unwerth for Marie Claire Russia’s December 2011 issue. Milla is way too exuberant and kicking-butt animated in Marc Jacobs for a 2011 fashion editorial. Those high-voltage girls were extinguished about 15 years ago.

    Of course, Ellen von Unwerth is old enough to remember those charismatic creatures, and women like me are saying “Give us back the golden girls, damn it! We need optimism and can-do energy in the world; to hell with editors’ and designers’ fragile egos. We need style motivation.”

    Clearly Marie Claire Russia got the message. Anne

     


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    Yes, Maxim is in India, featuring actress Prachi Desai in ‘Sugar and Spice’, lensed by Subi Samuel for the November 2011 issue. Originally ‘TV’s ideal bahu’ or traditional girl, Prachi is serious expanding her sensual wings as an actor. Not sure about the Maxim connection versus other options but every woman makes her own decisions in an ideal world.

     


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    Bianca Balti celebrates Italian womanhood in Dolce & Gabbana’s 2011 jewelry vampaign captured by master sensuality photographer Giampaolo Sgura. Bianca smolders in tri-color gold, rubies, sapphires and pearls but the centerpiece is Bianca herself. Hair by Davide Diodovich; makeup by Andrea Costa.

     


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    Michelle Du Xuan delivers intense, high-gloss, intimately not superficial images of models Julia Zimmer and Johanna Fosseliuswork for FGR. Styled by Benjamin Bretel and Shirley Carel, the duo radiate style opulence in jewel-toned pieces from Veronique Leroy, Victoire, Tom Ford and Tory Burch. /Hair by Kazuko Kitaoka; makeup by Min. K complete the opulent ensembles.

     


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    ‘Red Alert’ describes Song Kyung Ah’s dynamic, high-voltage editorial for W Korea’s November 2011 issue. We understand the eyemask, but photographer Hong Jang Hyun manages to make a sex toy out of a handbag, joined by stylist Kim Seok Won on a creative style event where everyone’s workin’ it.

     


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    Note | Nudity Nikas Hoejlund makes a sensual mermaid of Helene, styled in modern, aquatic minimalism — translated skin, beautiful, bold assessories and bubbles — by Kristine Wold.

     


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    X-posted on Sensuality News Living

    Anne Announces Sale of Caitlin Mitchell’s ‘Private Obsession’ Amy Hixson Limited Edition Prints  - Pt 3 (8 images 1000 dpi)

    All 21 of New York photographer Caitlin Mitchell’s ‘Private Obsession’ images of Amy Hixson, with three including Sarah Dumont, are now posted on Sensuality News.

    We are thrilled to say that Anne of Carversville and Sensuality News will be representing Caitlin Mitchell in the sale of the limited edition Private Obsession prints, available for purchase framed or unframed in two sizes.

    Anne is very committed to advancing the career and reputation of Caitlin Mitchell, believing her to be gifted technically and artistically but also emotively, in communicating the essence of female sensuality, beauty and sophisticated eroticism in her work.

    Limited edition prints at 33 inches high:

    The print is $1500.00; framed is $1750.00

    Limited edition prints at 22 inches high:

    The print is $1000.00; framed is $1200.00

    Note: costs do not include shipping.  While we assemble a checkout page featuring all the prints, please contact Anne directly if you are interested in buying a uniquely special holiday gift. Leave a phone # or your email address and she will respond immediately.

    Private Obsession | Amy Hixson & Sarah Dumont by Caitlin Mitchell-2 (6 images 1000 dpi)

    Private Obsession | Amy Hixson & Sarah Dumont by Caitlin Mitchell | Erotica by Jen Nash-1 (7 images 1000 dpi)

    Caitlin Mitchell’s 21 Amy Hixson ‘Private Obsession’ Images Unveiled AOC Private Studio

    From Anne’s first response to the Caitlin Mitchell Private Obsession images: complete set at 500 dpi


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    Fanny François models the by now popular looks of the season, lensed by Esperanza Moya in View of the Times Winter 2011. Bernat Sobrebais styles ‘She’s So Lovely’.

     


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    Pop Magazine has a Fall/Winter 2012 message, styled by Isabelle Kontoure: an artist should not make himself into an idol. Rene Habermacher lenses Freja Beha Erichsen in artist Marina Abramovic’s collaboration.

     


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    James Broadhurst images of Lola Van Vorst above doesn’t conjure up any of the references that inspired him in my mind. I even turned in to the music.

    “In my mind I was striving for a balance between Marylin Monroe and Bettie Page,” says James of his shoot with the model. To that end, stylist Rhiannon Bulley dressed Van Vorst in outfits that nod to Page’s fierce fetishism, while her poses and expressions vary from sultry to soft. Broadhurst’s soundtrack to this shoot was the electro-rollarcoaster of Goldfrapp’s ‘Black Cherry’, an album that itself mirrors the changes in character from Page to Monroe: whip-cracking beats and grinding electric bass on one track replaced by breathy vocals and dreamy soundscapes on the next.

    For me the images are beautiful in their perfect, stylistic superficiality, especially the image above with the cigar. I love these James Broadhurst images as a superb visual commentary on how we portray vulnerability and femaleness in 2011, culturally and in the photoshop era.  I don’t see Monroe’s vulnerability or personality in the least — and she hangs in my bedroom in more than one version.

    But that cigar photo — love it to death. It’s a really hot, strong, commanding Lola Van Vorst presence — not a vulnerable woman — wanting to express herself. But it’s not her script, which is why Lola ends up acting the vulnerabiilty part unbelievably. More than looking down is required — and she knows it. Anne

    James Broadhurst website

     

     


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    Note | Nudity Model Swanny (Paparrazi) is full frontal fashion, posing like a sultry femme for the latest issue of of Schon! Magazine. Styled by Alex van der Steen in Azzedine Alaïa, Dolce & Gabbana, Iris van Herpen, Lanvin and more, Swanny is lensed by Klaas Jan Kliphuis in ‘Contour’ /Hair by Ingrid van Hemert; makeup by Liselotte van Saarloos. 

     


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    A stunning Herieth Paul is lensed superbly by Max Abadian in ‘Lower East Side’ for the winter edition of Dress to Kill Magazine. Styled by Cary Tauben, Herieth wears sophisticated, form-fitting, perfectly-styled choices from Versace, Prada and Gareth Pugh.

     

     


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