Vintage: Nora Ariffin in Ad Campaign for CoverGirl, 1993 & 1995

Models (left to right): Luciana Curtis, Lana Ogilvie, Niki Taylor, Rachel Hunter & Nora Ariffin
Ad Campaign: CoverGirl, 1993
Photographer: Sante D'Orazio


Models (left to right): Luciana Curtis, Tyra Banks, Rachel Hunter, Niki Taylor & Nora Ariffin
Ad Campaign: CoverGirl, 1995
Photographer: Sante D'Orazio


Sonny Zhou in Editorial for (UK) Surface Magazine, July 2010

Models: Sonny Zhou (IMG), Sharon Van de Pas (IMG) & Unknown Male Model
Editorial: Lost Highway
Magazine: (UK) Surface Magazine, July/August 2010
Photographer: Daniel Bernauer
Fashion Director: Gregory Wein
Art Director: Chris Mozsary
Illustrator: Alex Varanese
Hair: Shlomi Mor


Noma Han in Ad Campaign for Benetton, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Noma Han (Red) & Others
Ad Campaign: Benetton, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Josh Olins
Stylist: Clare Richardson
Casting Director: Michelle Lee for KCD


Tao Okamoto in Ad Campaign for Kenneth Cole, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Tao Okamoto (Ford)
Ad Campaign: Kenneth Cole, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer:Sean Ellis

Source: Photo 1 from; Photo 2 from

Jiang Xiao Yi in Ad Campaign for Pinko, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Jiang Xiao Yi (Silent), Ruby Aldridge (Next) & Chrishell Stubbs (Supreme)
Ad Campaign: Pinko, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Scanned by skalty @ tfs

Hyoni Kang in Ad Campign for DKNY, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Hyoni Kang (Ford) & Others
Ad Campaign: DKNY, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer:Nathaniel Goldberg
Stylist: Alastair McKimm
Hair: Esther Langham
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Casting Director: Anita Bitton

Source: Photo 1 from; Photo 2 from Rosalinde @ tfs

Vintage: Yasmeen Ghauri Magazine Cover for Vogue Australia, December 1994

Yasmeen Ghauri has appeared in dozens of magazine covers over the years and I was tempted to post most of them on here today.

But then I thought one FANTASTIC MIND BLOWING image should tell the story of how beautiful she is. And I chose this one.

Model: Yasmeen Ghauri
Magazine Cover: Vogue Australia, December 1994
Photographer: Unknown

Source: mojopin @ tfs via

Rojam Wang in Ad Campaign for ck Calvin Klein, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Here are some new images of Rojam Wang a.k.a. Yin for the Fall 2010/Winter 2011 ad campaign of ck Calvin Klein. Does anyone know which agency (in the US or Europe) he is signed with?

Models: Rojam Wang (??), Oleg Antosik (VNY), Lara Stone (IMG) & Abby Lee Kershaw (Next)
Ad Campaign: ck Calvin Klein, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Fabien Baron
Stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Source: FlashBang @ tfs

Allen Tsai in Ad Campaign for Target, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Allen Tsai (Next) & Others
Ad Campaign: Target, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Richard Phibbs


Hyoni Kang & Noma Han in Ad Campaign for Hilfiger Denim, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Hyoni Kang (Ford), Noma Han (Red) & Others
Ad Campaign: Hilfiger Denim, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Simon Procter

Source: ruffledfeathers @ tfs

Sun Fei Fei in Editorial for Vogue Korea, July 2010

Thank you, Vogue Korea for using a Chinese model in your story. Great job!

Model: Sun FeiFei (Women)
Editorial: Memory of New Look
Magazine: Vogue Korea, July 2010
Photographer: Hong Lu
Hair: Kim Jeong Han
Makeup: Jo Sang Joon

Source: Rosalinde via

Gwen Lu in (Japan) Benetton Accessories Catalog, Spring 2010

Model: Gwen Lu (Major)
Catalog: (Japan) Benetton Accessories, Spring 2010
Photographer: Yoshihito Sasaguchi


Emma Xie (Hui Yuan) in Ad Campaign for Jean Paul Gaultier, Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Models: Emma Xie (Elite Paris), Crystal Renn (Ford) & Kelly Moreira (Ford)
Ad Campaign: Jean Paul Gaultier, Fall 2010/Winter 2011
Photographer: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin


Hyun Yi Lee in Editorial for Marie Claire Korea, June 2010

Model: Hyun Yi Lee (Major)
Editorial: Clean & Clear
Magazine: Marie Claire Korea, June 2010
Photographer: Choi Yong Bin

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Fashion Style of Mens Jacket

Even before time jacket were consider as an essential part of the Men's clothing. Jackets keep us warm and can also be a perfect addition to any of your stylish outfit that you find in your closet. But as an individual you should know the kind of fashion stylist jacket that may really fit you. Things we could suggest in choosing a jacket is that you choose those who can make you more comfortable when you wear it and that you bought that jacket because you like it.
Leather jacket had been in the market even before we are born. Men's choose this jacket because it offers a lot of uses. Bomber jacket is a leather jacket aside from the fact that it can keep us warm it is also the best among any other jacket because with this jacket you can wear it at all season ant that it can be easily be paired when any clothes and pants. It is nice if you choose a bomber leather jacket that's best fits you. Then we have the Pea coat is a jacket that is made up of wool and it also fits not only to the men but to the women also, this kind of clothing suits all body size because it is usually baggy. Blazer is a must have if one is looking for something that they can pair to their clothes, with blazer one not worry about what are they going to pair it because with blazer everything is fits to it, that you just have to wear under it a pair of shirt then a nice fashion pants and nice footwear then you are on the go to model you attire to the people around you because it will make you look gorgeous and seductive.
Fashion style men's jacket maybe thought by some to be wear when it is require in a fashion event but what people did not know is that it can be wear anytime you feel wearing it and that also it is not only meant for the men's but women can perfectly wear it also as long as they know how to handle themselves while wearing a jacket then it is also best suited for them. Jacket may it varies into style, brands and price should be a must have part of our clothing.
The latest clothing trends and fashion for this generation is mens jacket. You can look for more information here the most prominent brands of mens casual jacket.

Pirate Shirt Fashion Trends For 2010

Pirate boots make an essential part of great pirate fashion clothing, which also include pirate shirts, coats, pants and skirts. Pirates, who were ruthless robbers during the renaissance or medieval era, had their own distinguishable style of dressing. Knee high leather boots, which also known as over-the-knee (OTK) shoes, varies in length reaching just over the knee to reaching slightly below the crotch. In ancient times, pirate boots were made of a variety of leathers.
Height of heels can vary ranging from flat to more than three inches, while heel styles can vary from metal-spikes to chunky. Pirates preferred to wear thigh-high boots with strong heels during their dangerous and long sea voyages. Thigh-high boots with strong heels were very helpful to pirates during dangerous acts such as battles. But in modern times, leather shoes are made of a variety of materials such as leather, vinyl and latex. Different kinds of fabrics, for instance polyester micro-fiber and silk, are also used to make pirate shoes. Now, pirate clothing become a symbol of fashion rather than a necessity of sea voyagers.
The coats and pants were often loose because pirates used to steal even cloths from sea travelers. Pants generally worn by English They were called breeches. Knitted caps, which were called Monmouth caps, gold hoops earrings, bracelets, chains, pins, pendants, Braids and ribbons were the other accessories used by pirates. Flamboyant the captains used to wear waistcoats, which were often worn by upper class. Their breeches were made of fine velvet. An elaborate satin and leather sash would run across pirate captain's coat. His clothing was often decorated with precious metals such as gold.
Pirate clothing is a part of renaissance or medieval clothing as used to dress themselves up with these over-the-knee boots and other clothing accessories during the renaissance or medieval era. There was a reason behind the way pirates preferred such ostentatious style of clothing. Actually, there clothing had to represent their status as ruthless robbers and the amount of wealth they accumulated by robbing other ships.

Ash Shoes Are a Part of Ladies' Fashion

Ash shoes have continually been recognized by the retail footwear industry as the shoes for every season. Being so, Ash shoes and boots have one of the most comprehensive series of designs. Catering to men and females for whatever demands they actually have. Their collection has it all. From active shoes to fashion footwear, the Ash logo has marked them all with their three golden letter words - A, S, H. The brand name was established in Italy in mid 2001 by France designer Patrick Ithier. It has recently become one of the most familiar footwear brands in the market.
They are revolutionary and adaptable, and are designed thru advanced technology, which is in accordance with the company's beliefs that the creators attributed for their success. The business specializes in several categories such as designer shoes, boots and also sportswear items. As for the shoes for every season, Ash's designers always come up with fresh new styles each season. AThey are also designed to suit specific activities, from A to Z. The business currently has a broad range of shoes and boots available. Even with their wide grasp in the business, Ash by no means sacrifices quality.
Models like Clint, Dune, Foxy, Horse, Icare, Icone, Kim, Justin, Iris, Lisa, Luna, Mask-Bis, Mask, Meknes, Muse, Sacha, Onyx, Natasia, Tamara, Taman and Sumatra are made by Ash for fashionable women. These are all stylish Ash women's shoes. For women who tend to be sporty yet don't give up fashion, Ash has models like Gas, Newsilver, Nudebis, Silver, Titanic, Univers, Ventury, and Ventury Bis. Ash shoes and boots for men consist of Razor, Scot and Ventury. These shoes are all fashionably created shoes and boots for men and females brought in by Ash. Ash is also extending their reach through their fashionable bags.
The identifiable tag has attained a worldwide scale. The brand has attracted international customers with shoes that are exclusive in style and made with top quality craftsmanship and materials. From its headquarters based in Northern Italy, Ash shoes and Ash boots have sashayed to other European fashion centers and have walked in the streets of the United states and Asia. Customers realize that the Ash shoes and boots they are putting on are a fusion between wearability and fashionability. The impact of Italy's sense of luxury along with French sense of design make this shoes in par with various other high-end footwear manufacturers in the world yet has a much larger reach to the broad spectrum of our society with its vast array of shoes.
They have recently been acknowledged by a number of top fashion magazines with articles in Elle, Vanity Fair, and Marie Claire. Under the direction of Patrick Ithier, Ash carries on to develop fresh styles to revitalize their ever considerable shoes and boots collection. Giving patrons a wide selection of shoes and boots to choose from that are high-class and glamorous in style. Ash has continued to launch international stores to let the world experience Ash shoes and boots. The company has additionally invested on the web to further its reach on the global market. Here, not only you will have the most recent style but also the previous seasoned models. Hurry, get fashionable with Ash.

Guide to Your Perfect Pair of Jeans

A good pair of jeans can be one of the most fashionable and timeless items in your wardrobe but how do you decide which style works best for you?
We have done all the hard work for you so that all you need to focus on is looking good. Check out our perfect jeans guide!
If you have a voluptuous figure it is important to invest in a pair of jeans in the correct size, not too baggy or tight. Go for something with a boot cut or slight flare, which will lengthen the leg. Front seams and distinct side stitching will also flatter. A darker wash will give a slimmer silhouette.
Apple shapes
Again, boot cut or flared jeans can help to give the impression of longer legs. You may also wish to try something in a lighter or faded wash and pocket flaps and detail at the back can add shape to your bottom.
Pear shapes
Wide, straight leg jeans are great for the pear shaped figure as they will help to balance out your curves. Again, darker washes and distinct side seam stitching will lengthen the leg.
Short legs
Stick to full length jeans, no cut offs! Stay clear of stretch material but crosshatch fabric skinny jeans can be flattering.
Short torso
Low-rise, slim-fit jeans will lengthen the torso. Steer clear of high waisted and baggy jeans.
Long torso
High-waisted jeans will balance out your proportions, giving your legs a lengthened appearance. Low-rise jeans are to be avoided.
Deciding on colour:
Blue jeans
Blue jeans are the classic denim item and right now you can wear them dark for smart casual and a defined silhouette, or distressed for a retro feel.
Black Jeans
The ultimate rock n roll look! Black jeans can look edgier than blue and they are flattering if you are trying to achieve slimmer lines.
White jeans
Here for the summer so why not? White jeans look best on slimmer girls and please make an effort to keep them as clean as possible to work that summer look.
Coloured jeans
A good current look, coloured jeans can still brighten up your wardrobe and your look during 2010. Avoid buying more than a pair or two as they will go out of fashion - probably as quickly as they came in.

Du Juan in Ad Campaign for Uniqlo, Summer 2010

Model: Du Juan (IMG)
Ad Campaign: Uniqlo, Summer 2010 (Asia Only)
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Seansun @ tfs

Tao Okamoto & Liu Wen in Editorial for (US) W Magazine, July 2010

I rarely write commentaries about fashion editorials but I really have to say something about the recent development at W Magazine.

It is always exciting to see Asian models in editorial stories because they are usually more interesting than ad campaigns. But these photos below are an endemic example of the boring, lackluster stories that (US) W Magazine has been serving up for the last couple of years. I stopped my subscription to the magazine about 3 years ago when the magazine went downhill.

That said, change is in the air. All the senior editorial staff at W Magazine has been replaced (except Alex White) by Stefano Tonchi, formerly of T Magazine (NY Times Style Magazine), who took over the helm about two months ago. The first issue with Mr. Tonchi as editor-in-chief is expected to come out in August 2010. But the new W Magazine will be less fashion focus, more general issue like Vanity Fair and well, T Magazine. I don't know how I feel about it yet. Will leave my judgement until I see the August issue.

- Models: Tao Okamoto (Ford) & Liu Wen (Marilyn)
Editorial: Lunch Break
Magazine: (US) W Magazine, July 2010
Photographer: Terry Richardson
Stylist: Alex White
Hair: Jimmy Paul/Bumble and Bumble
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Manicure: Yuna Park/Streeters

Source: Awake Smile

Sun FeiFei in Editorial for Elle China, April 2010

Model: Sun Feifei (Women)
Editorial: Exotic Vacation
Magazine: Elle China, April 2010
Photographer: Unknown (can't read the fine print)
Stylist: Unknown (ditto)

Source: Scanned by emmachai @ tfs

Tao Okamoto in Editorial for Vogue Nippon, August 2010

Models : Tao Okamoto (Ford), Hanne-Gaby Odiele (Ford) & Patricia Van der Vliet (New York)
Editorial: Brand New Day
Magazine: Vogue Nippon, August 2010
Photographer: by Paola Kudacki
Stylist: Aurora Sansone

Source: MAGstyle via Awake Smile

Vintage: Maki Shibuya in Ad Campaign for Relvon, 1989

Does anyone have any information on Japanese model, Maki from this ad campaign for Revlon, circa 1989?

Models: Susan Miner (Elite), Maki Shibuya & Janice Dickinson
Ad Campaign: Revlon 1989
Photographer: Richard Avedon

Source: Photo 1 from Ad Vault; Photo 2 scanned by hfgl @ tfs

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