There's a reason why Miguel Reveriego resides on the Anne of Carversville Private Studio sidebar as a truly sensual photographer, while Terry Richardson does not. We have two editorials of Kate Upton this week. Richardson makes her hamburger for the July issue of GQ, while Reveriego makes a sensual goddess of epic proportions -- filet mignon -- for the July issue of Vogue Spain.
As a woman who has begged for a return to the model stature of the '90s Supermodel Glamazons, I will just kiss off Victoria's Secret fashion show stylist Sophia Neophitou and say "damn, damn, damn!" I don't care if Kate Hudson's hair is too blonde or she looks like "a footballer's wife", to quote the haute fashionista.
Kate Upton is inspiring for women totally under assault in America. Reveriego makes her an Ionian Sea Goddess, a stunning inspiration to female sensuality. Belen Antolin styles Kate in one-piece swimsuits only for this modern art editorial. /Hair by John Ruggiero; makeup by Ozzy Salvatierra.