I came across this cute sixties-inspired editorial in the May issue of Vogue Australia (although upon further research I quickly discovered it was a reprint from the February issue of Vogue Germany). Retro-themed editorials are a dime a dozen these days, however, that doesn’t lessen their appeal for me. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of retro-styled editorials and campaigns, and I’m pretty sure I’ll be fond of them until they’re no longer the theme du jour. If that ever even happens. Because seriously, how can something that looks this good ever go out of style?*

*Famous last words for every trend, ever.

Photography: Sebastian Kim
Styling: Katie Mossman
Hair: Tuan Ahn Tran
Make-up: Maude Laceppe
Model: Edie Campbell
[Images via Empress of Dress]

after hours

When I saw this editorial, shot by Lina Scheynius for UK Vogue, I knew I just had to post it. I’m a big fan of Scheynius’s work and find her commitment to film photography quite admirable. I haven’t been posting many editorials of late, mostly because none have really caught my attention. Until this one of course. I think the rawness of the film photography, coupled with Scheynius’s eye for detail, is what ultimately spoke to me. That and the lush retro furniture. Quick, someone, tell me where can I get myself one of those giant pink chairs?

Vogue UK (November 2010)
Editorial: After Hours | Photography: Lina Scheynius | Styling: Bay Garnett | Model: Jessica Stam
Images: fred&associates via noirfacade