Rising photographer Enrique Vega captures model Elizabeth Salt styed by Ovidiu Buta in Peru-inspired looks from Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Dior, Dries Van Noten, Prada, Stella McCartney and more for Harper’s Bazaar Mexico and Latin America August 2019.
Model icon Karen Elson is styled by Svetlana Vashenyak in ‘Scarlet Alleys’, lensed by Alexander Saladrigas for Vogue Russia September 2019./ Hair by Shinya Nakagava; makeup by Ai Yokomizo
Model Charli Howard is lensed by Katerina Jebb in an original editorial ‘Beauty Is a Moral Act’ for Vogue Ukraine August 2019./ Makeup by Sarah Reygate
Top model Ruth Bell suits up in glam, boss lady looks styled by Miguel Enamorado for ‘Modern Woman’, lensed by Zoey Grossman for Harper’s Bazaar US September 2019./ Hair by Joey George; makeup by Tyron Machhausen
Model Femke Huijzer channels sea goddess beauty, styled by Charlie Harrington in silvery, sea foam and mica-in-sand-inspired fabrics and silhouettes. Photographer Agata Pospieszynska captures Femke in ‘Time & Tide’ for Harper’s Bazaar UK September 2019./ Hair by Declan Sheils; makeup by Polly Osmond
The first glimpse and film for Hedi Slimane’s new fragrance project for Celine is not about smell, nor a fantasy of life under its spell. On Sunday Celine shared news of the project on Instagram, YouTube and the houses’ website with a single, simple statement: “15 years after the creation of Maison Christian Dior Perfume Collection, Hedi Slimane Presents his Parfumerie Collection For Maison Celine.”
Slimane underscores the artisanal preciousness of container and vessel, making an industrial, modern art object of the stout rectangular glass container for the new perfume. Depending on one’s preferred design aesthetic, the video creates a yearning to hold the object — a vessel of substance, perceived authenticity and industrial roots. The vessel is not artifice but the very bones of the new fragrance.
The reference to LVMH’s Maison Christian Dior stories Slimane’s tenure there as creative director for menswear and a time when he crafted Dior’s first colognes since 1947.
Related: “The Unexpectedly Tropical History of Brutalism”. Long associated with European cities, the style has plenty of history in other parts of the world, too. In Brazil, it reached a surprising apotheosis. New York Times T Magazine August 15, 2019