TAG "Photography"

Canon EOS 6D Full-Frame

Attention camera fiends, Canon just dropped the EOS 6D Full-Frame. I remember the days when I used to be a Nikon fanboy, Apparently the pocket emptier Nikon just announced its D600, a $2,100 DSLR with a full-frame sensor. Now, just four days later, we have a similar (and identically priced) offering from Canon. Coincidence? Not likely.

Michael Phelps for Louis Vuitton Ad Campaign

Michael Phelps has been tapped by Louis Vuitton for its latest ad campaign. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the Parisian luxury label, the 27-year-old 18-time gold medal-winner is seen wearing a Speedo and goggles in a bathtub with a Louis Vuitton monogram tote nearby.

Collections Cintia Dicker for Wildfox Couture Swimwear 2013

Cintia Dicker for Wildfox Couture Swimwear 2013

Cintia Dicker models for Wildfox’s Swimwear 2013 campaign, ‘Diamonds Are Forever’.
Designer Kimberley Gordon says “The new collection is inspired by a totally American girl who lives for traveling. She dreams of England and hotel rooms, she loves flowers and diamonds, and she loves decadence!

Complex.com: The Best of Street Style

Complex may be a sensory and information overload most of the time, but today they came through with a nice photo gallery featuring street style picks for this week from Monsieur Jerome, Tucked, I’m Koo, Racked etc, and I’m not ashamed at all to share some of them with you guys.

Agenda Trade Show – Image Recaps

By now I’m sure most of you had gained wind of the Agenda Trade Show that happened this week in Long Beach, CA. We covered it here in anticipation of its arrival, and now, by virtue of a few of my personal favorite label blogs, we bring to you a little photo recap of some of today’s hottest streetwear giants showing at the expo.

Kate Moss For Rag & Bone

What better way for Rag and Bone to launch their first ad campaign than using the iconic Miss Moss. The cult grunge brand for the uptown girl decided it was time to go back to their roots and this month not only launched their heavily influenced Brit ad campaign but also opened its first store in London.