During his last stay in London, the super handsome Lowell Tautchin was busy everywhere shooting around the UK. This time he puts his renown Canuck charm in action and is featuring in the latest issue of Elle China photographed by David Goldman.
Chloe Norgaard looks breathtaking in Jan Welters’ “The Art of Couture” shoot for the December issue of British Elle, styled by Anne Marie Curtis.
When I was little, we had no Halloween. I’d say up until the mid-90’s this was purely an American tradition, something so far from my Tyrolean hometown, I had no idea it even existed.
Fast forward a few years, and countless experiences with this now also European tradition, and I am utterly bored of it. The initial love I had for it was purely started by a Halloween episode of Friends; This was a feast where you’d dress up your house, light the candles, add some spider webs, hope for some stormy weather to go with your delicious food and wine and have a few oh-so-cute kids drop by your New York door step. All whilst Chandler is sitting right next to you in his bunny costume. That love grew only stronger after having seen Autumn in New York, where we add a very handsome couple, gorgeously orange, yellow and brown colored Central Park and a ton of beautifully decorated locations. Sadly the reality of Halloween is entirely different. Taste seems to be out of the window for most parts of the civilisation. It appears that most grown-ups have grown much more fond of the tradition as the kids are. And by the tradition I mean dressing up and going to some fancy costume party, dressed with merely the utmost essential parts to keep all your bits in one place. I’m talking to all those girls that have turned it into their yearly opportunity to look cheap… and I mean very cheap at that.
Case in point the below red hot naughty nurses and all. I find it is just such a lame costume choice. In fact they’re not really costumes as much as they play the main role in the desperate battle of “sexiest minx of the evening”. (Sorry in advance for all the Paris Hilton pix in there )
It’s nearly Halloween and at Premier we want to celebrate everything about this freaky season so this week is going to be a Halloween special and to kick it off we thought we would help you out with costume ideas! We’ve pulled together some iconic Halloween characters and created some costume ideas if you’re stuck what to wear…
Deborah Turbeville 1938-2013
Rest in Peace
Fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville has passed away at the age of 81. Her photographs appeared in magazines including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar as well as many others… She is most known for turning fashion photography dark.
Our thoughts are with Deborah’s family and friends.