Note: nudity| Miranda Kerr launches 2011 with her Vogue Australia cover. The yummy mummy 'in waiting' is also featured in W Magazine as naked and pregnant as Demi Moore's famous Vanity Fair image.
Miranda Kerr expresses a remarkably sensibility for a young woman flying high in the modeling world, telling W: "My career has been wonderful, but it's not my life. I don't feel pressure to get back to work." Miranda says her ultimate plan for domestic bliss involves "a hammock, a vegetable patch, and a solar-powered house."
Miranda Kerr for W Magazine
Lara Stone | 'Freezing Allure' | Willy Vanderperre | Vogue China December 2010 Anne of Carversville
Lara Stone continues to dominate fashion editorial, morphing through postures and poses like she's an academy-award winning actress. Always captivating through the lens, Lara Stone's moving into new territory where the model so dominates the image with her aura that many photographers are no longer capable of lensing her.
This is our opinion. An average photographer can no longer effectively capture the visual essence of Lara Stone.
Some might say the same muse worship goes for Angelina Jolie, who actually inspired Anne of Carversville into existence in June 2007.
Anne share her impressions of Jolie's current superb interview in Vogus US by Vicki Woods, with images by Mario Testino.
Today we launch a new column MeaningMakers in which we connect dots, as readers love us to do. Anne is notorious for taking readers on an imaginative mental rhumba, and today we up the ante.
We begin our first MeaningMakers with Angelina Jolie but get to the Apostles before the blink of an eye. MeaningMakers is more political than fashionable, but it all comes together. In the mind of a Smart Sensuality woman, there is no separation between style, philanthropy and global challenges that affect us all.
AOC send sugar to David Brooks and rotten tomatoes to Chris Matthews. That's it for this week.
The latest issue of Viva! Moda set out to recreate Peter Lindbergh's portraits of THE supermodels of the 90s, featuring Anja Rubik, Monika Jagaciak, Anna Jagodzinska, Magdalena Fracowiak and Kasia Struss lensed by Cameron Krone. Mission accomplished! The images are stunning!
We adore these retro 'Bathing Beauties' by Steven Meisel images for Vogue Italia May 2010. Quirky sophistication is tough to pull off, but the editorial comes together with wit and modern whimsy.