Archives for posts with tag: Sølve Sundsbø

Curious Luxury, Chanel Makeup, Solve Sundsbo, Chanel, Love, I Love Chanel, Erwin Blumenfeld, Rouge Allure, Chanel Rouge Allure

Some days all you need is love. Other days you need inspiration. Here’s to Erwin Blumenfeld and thank you Sølve Sundsbø and Chanel.

Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani, Chanel, Nina Ricci, Ralph Lauren, Jonathan Saunders, McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Loewe, Comme des Garçons, Chloé, Calvin Klein, Sølve Sundsbø, LOVE Magazine, Cold Summer

Among the pages of LOVE Magazine, Sølve Sundsbø has created an enclave of provocatively glamorous ladies and gentlemen wearing the bounty of the Spring 2012 collections titled “Cold Summer”. They play naughty and nice in their ethereal world with Chanel, Nina Ricci, Ralph Lauren, and (most memorable) Giorgio Armani. There are certainly worse ways to spend a summer…

Hardy Amies, Norman Hartnell, Granny Takes a Trip, Ossie Clark, Tommy Nutter, Jean Muir, Zandra Rhodes, Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith, Alexander McQueen, The Royal Mail, The Great British Fashion Stamp Set, Johnson Banks, Sølve Sundsbø, Stamps

Sending mail – the old fashioned way – just got more fashionable. At least it did in England, as The Royal Mail service has just launched a new stamp series titled “The Great British Fashion Stamp Set”. These tiny visions, created by graphic designer Johnson Banks and the great Sølve Sundsbø, honors 10 of the top English fashion houses, Alexander McQueen, Paul Smith, and Vivienne Westwood among them. In a comparative world of email versus mail, it’s clear who is the Best Addressed…

Edita Vilkeviciute, Roy Lichtenstein, Peggy Moffit, Man Ray, Sølve Sundsbø, Madame Germany, May 2010, MashUpWith each season comes a new take on the “MashUp” trend where seemingly unrelated materials, technologies and inspirations collide. One MashUp worthy of recall landed not on the catwalk, but in the form of a beauty editorial called ‘Sonnenklar‘ (clear as daylight) in Madame Germany. Sølve Sundsbø creates an iconically graphic seduction where the spirits of Roy Lichtenstein, Peggy Moffit, and Man Ray appear to conspire. Channel away, Sølve…

Exhibition Magaine, Issue #2, Leather, Emma Summerton, Guido Mocafico, Richard Burbridge, Sølve Sundsbø, Serge Lutens, Willy Vanderperre, Jeff Rian, Edwin Sberro, Gael Hugo and Boris Ovini, Valerija Kelava, Chloe Memisevic, Equine, Horse

Wait no more for the much anticipated arrival of Edwin Sberro, Gael Hugo and Boris Ovini’s second coming of Exhibition Magazine. This issue features an immersion of all things leather that the imaginations of Emma Summerton, Guido Mocafico, Richard Burbridge, Sølve Sundsbø, Serge Lutens, Willy Vanderperre, and Jeff Rian can possibly bring fourth. “Leather is a commercial matter yet full of symbols and symbolism. It is iconic, timeless, intimate and generates plenty of fantasies.”

Sølve Sundsbø deserves all the worthy credit for the cover, but the images above are the luxuriantly dark revalations of Boris Ovini. Valerija Kelava and Chloe Memisevic are paired alonside some very alluring equines, yet perhaps the women are far more wild than the horses. It makes one wonder what the others have in mind…

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