Fashion ode to poodles: editorials and stories

31/05/2011

via fashioned by love | Natalia Vodianova in Vogue US (photography: Mario Testino, styling: Tonne Goodman)
He was a poodle and his name was Jerry. He was my very first dog. As a 13-year old kid I was pretty serious about having a pet. Even before I asked my parents, I enrolled on a special 6-month course to learn how to take care of my future dog in every situation, read every book I could possibly find and got myself on a puppy waiting list.

via fashioned by love | Anja Rubik in Vogue UK August 2009 (photography: Arthur Elgort, styling: Evyan Metzner)
Then I finally broke the news.

via fashioned by love | Vogue Italia 2002 (photography: Miles Aldridge)
My mum wasn’t amused, but dad told me not to worry about it. And so 3 months later a tiny silver miniature poodle puppy became a part of my life.

via fashioned by love | Melissa Tammerijn in 10 Magazine Spring/Summer 2011 (photography: Andreas Larsson, styling: Joanna Schlenzka)
If somebody ever tells you that poodles are a) stupid b) should be treated as toys c) not real dogs – don’t listen. As Alfred Brehm said “if there’s anything bad about poodle’s character, then it’s likely to come from the owner, not the breed”.

Vogue Italia 2009
Jerry with his mix of French, German, English and Russian bloods was very much an aristocrat.

He knew what he wanted, he was incredibly intelligent, polite, happy, playful and loving creature with a gourmet taste for salami, white bread, cucumbers and peas.

via fashioned by love | Georgia Frost in Vogue Gioello November 2009 (photography: Miles Aldridge)
The only thing Jerry hated with passion was grooming.

Audrey Marnay in Vogue US March 1999 (photography: Arthur Elgort)
He tolerated it only because of the compliments he knew he would receive afterwards and because he had quite a few gold medals he enjoyed showing off, especially after having his hair done.

via fashioned by love | Elle Singapore August 2014 (photography: Lara Jade, styling: Anna Katsanis)
Poodles have always been one of my favourite breeds and it’s only natural that I decided to browse my fashion archives and pick every editorial that featured these gorgeous dogs.

Landmark Hong Kong December 2013 via Swide
Originally bred as gun dogs, poodles soon became beautiful elegant companions for the glamorous and creative community as well as the royals.

Coco Rocha in Vogue Nippon August 2008 (photography: Arthur Elgort)
Both Madame de Pompadour and Marie Antoinette had beautiful miniature poodles.The little dog joined Marie Antoinette in prison and was executed on the same day as his beloved owner.

via fashioned by love | Karoline Wolter in Vogue Germany March 2010 (photography: Thomas Schenk),
A brown poodle Rufus shared his happy days and love for chocolate with Sir Winston Churchill who adored his little pet to pieces.

via fashioned by love | Natalia Semanova in Vogue Russia 1999 (photography: Arthur Elgort)
And of course, the story wouldn’t be completed without George Sand who used to appear in her open carriage in a company of two champagne coloured poodles with green bows in their hair.

via fashioned by love | versace ad campaign
These days the dogs appear in every fashion magazine and are loved by editors and photographers.

Anais Pouliot in Numero #123 May 2011 (photography: Sean & Seng)
Fashions change, but poodles always remain where they belong – a world of beauty, charm and chic.
After all… It’s impossible not to fall in love with a beautiful poodle.

Natalia Vodianova in Vogue US (photography: Mario Testino, styling: Tonne Goodman)
Photo source: Natalia Vodianova in Vogue US (photography: Mario Testino, styling: Tonne Goodman), Anja Rubik in Vogue UK August 2009 (photography: Arthur Elgort, styling: Evyan Metzner), Vogue Italia 2002 (photography: Miles Aldridge), Melissa Tammerijn in 10 Magazine Spring/Summer 2011 (photography: Andreas Larsson, styling: Joanna Schlenzka), Vogue Italia 2009 (?), Georgia Frost in Vogue Gioello November 2009 (photography: Miles Aldridge), Audrey Marnay in Vogue US March 1999 (photography: Arthur Elgort), Elle Singapore August 2014 (photography: Lara Jade, styling: Anna Katsanis), Landmark Hong Kong December 2013 via Swide, Coco Rocha in Vogue Nippon August 2008 (photography: Arthur Elgort), Karoline Wolter in Vogue Germany March 2010 (photography: Thomas Schenk), Natalia Semanova in Vogue Russia 1999 (photography: Arthur Elgort), Versace ad campaign, Anais Pouliot in Numero #123 May 2011 (photography: Sean & Seng), Natalia Vodianova in Vogue US (photography: Mario Testino, styling: Tonne Goodman)

Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia 1991

30/05/2011

via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
My beautiful precious find…

via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
via fashioned by love | Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)
I have a suspicious feeling that the last photo inspired by the Breakfast at Tiffany's is a completely different story, but since both were a part of the same issue, I am going to include it - too gorgeous to leave out.

Photo source: Christy Turlington in Vogue Italia September 1991 (photography: Steven Meisel)

Vogue Paris June 2011 vs Vogue Italia 1989

27/05/2011

Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
As soon I saw first photos from June/July editorial from Vogue Paris I got a feeling of déjà vu. Something looked very familiar in a way Isabeli Fontana was styled by Emmanuelle Alt and photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt)
And then, in a few seconds I realised “Linda!” The beautiful story shot by Mert and Marcus was a fresh intake to the original photographed by Steven Meisel for the February issue of Vogue Italia back in 1989.

Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel) | via fashioned by love
Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel) | via fashioned by love
Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel) | via fashioned by love
Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel)
Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel)
Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel)
I’ve always knew that fashions return, but it makes me smile to see the return of editorials, too. It just proves that classics never get out of fashion – all you have to do is to brush some dust off and get them back to their full glory.

Photo source: Isabeli Fontana in Vogue Paris June/July 2011 (photography: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, styling: Emmanuelle Alt), Linda Evangelista in Vogue Italia February 1989 (photography: Steven Meisel)

The miracle of being Gisele B.

25/05/2011

via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
This editorial took my breath away. She is a vision, sun-melting beauty, dancing Goddess and timeless glamour woman. She can be everything and anything… And her version of Bridgitte Bardot is my absolute favourite compared to any other ones attempted by various models, actresses and photographers. Apart from the original BB, of course. I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I did.

via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
via fashioned by love | Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010
Photo source: Gisele Bundchen photographed by Nino Munoz for Muse Summer 2010