After some relaxing summer days, it’s time to get back on our feet and greet the Fall season. Sean and Seng help us out, with one more lazy yet sexy moment, in Numero’s issue 125.
Meanwhile, German Vogue is still feeling the last rays of the sun in this well-balanced shot by Horst Diekgerdes, for their August issue. And Oyster magazine continues on the theme with Tierney Gearon shooting a softly intimate story on model Kirsty Hume.
The Fall collections get a veiled vision, in this very naturally beautiful shot of Gisele Bundchen by Emma Summerton for I-D. Interview gives their own perspective, in a great shot by Mert & Marcus that is intriguingly curious.
Steven Meisel, who has been known to be controversial in more ways then one, shows a detail of some fashion “consequences” for Vogue Italy’s September issue, in a tribute to Ethel Granger. Fashion is pain, you know.
Across the ocean, The New York Times T Magazine gets the former Dior Homme designer and photographer Hedi Slimane to shoot a men’s fashion story for their Fall issue. A beautiful portrait of a feminine innuendo.
And it must be mentioned, as it was a season of royalty these past few months, Mario Testino was kept very busy with these two shoots for Vogue US and Vogue Paris, featuring, respectively, a simple portrait of fashion’s “royalty” Kate Moss and her daughter, and Monaco’s actual royalty, Charlotte Casiraghi. Both sensual, beautiful and timeless shots that the Peruvian-born Testino captures in his seemingly effortless way.