Jun 22, 2009

by English Muse

Random bits of inspiration:
A page from a 2006 Anthropologie catalogue (above)…and Mario Sorrenti’s portrait of Kate Moss from 30 Days of Fashion (below)…

kate moss by mario sorrenti

An image torn from a March 16, 2009 copy of The New Yorker…


It’s an unattributed photograph from “Valentina: American Couture and the Cult of Celebrity,” at the Museum of the City of New York.

All wonderful…


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8 Responses to “Black and Light”


    Miss Moss & those cheekbones! May I scream now?! Fab Tina… PS: look out for another mail darling…'just because!'

  2. Mag says:


    Are you Kate Moss's fan??
    I found more about her in your blog!!

  3. LouDuk says:

    You always have the best finds. I love it.

  4. umama says:

    I can't remember having seen a b/w anthro spread in a while!

  5. Dumbwit Tellher ♥ says:

    These are all wonderful!

  6. Phone with a Cord says:

    love love loving this last one

  7. Tina Tarnoff says:

    The top photos are so great, they project a lot of tension somehow, though! Nervousness before the shooting, sulking? 🙂 And, honestly, I would like to order a some lips. Kate Moss lips. Is there a catalogue for that?! Please! And last, the red frames her face well. I wish they let her smile.

  8. Miranda says:

    The theme that runs through all these beautifully chosen photo is the persistence of real beauty in unlikely lights and angles. So stimulating, as usual.

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