Nov 27

From modelling to acting – Supermodel Lily Cole stars in the fabulous tale of “THE IMAGINARIUM OF DR PARNASSUS”


Lily Cole who began her modelling careeer in her teens, landed her first modelling
job at the age of 14. Her big break came in 2003, when photographer Steven Meisel
(who shot Madonna’s notorious book Sex) approached her to pose for a cover for
Italian Vogue and the rest is history.

Nov 25



The exclusive 2010 Pirelli calendar is given as a corporate gift only to important clients of the Italian tyre company. Many of the world’s top photographers and models have contributed to its success since 1964,
thus becoming the institution that it is today inside the world of fashion photography.

Nov 18

HOW STYLISH ARE YOU? – I defy you to impress the one and only, the style genius…The Sartorialist!


Revered by millions of fashionistas across the globe, you’ll be mad to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to be style hunted by him (if you are stylish enough to impress his sharp stylish eye that is) ;) as I am sure that he will take the chance to capture some of the hottest, avant-garde style butterflies from Barcelona to feature in his street-style blog.

Aug 28

Models Style Between Catwalk and Real Life: Part 2


Of course, there’s something totally intriguing about seeing all these chameleon-like girls when they’re not done up to look like someone else’s muse, but rather dressed as themselves. So the next spotlight is on one of the world’s most in-demand models-Raquel Zimmermann, whose outfits are thoughtful and pitch-perfect at all times.

Jul 30

Viral behaviour and the models that make them so popular


The viral video that wins the prize for one of the most shared ever, is the shamelessly erotic Kylie Minogue – Agent Provocateur commercial. Now I know she’s not officially a model, I’m not even sure if she’s officially a singer, but she looks so hot in this ad I don’t care, and I’m not the only one who thinks so.

Jul 28

Ready to War – Spoofs and the ongoing battle between film and fashion


What is it about film makers and their fascination with the fashion industry? And I am not referring to who they will choose to design the wardrobes for their film, which these days can mean an immediate interest and an increased chance of box office success if chosen well and with the movie’s target demographic in mind. I am talking about the constant need to satirise, send up and generally poke fun at models, magazine editors and the whole business of presenting and selling clothes to the general public, in new and even more demeaning ways.

Apr 29

Monteverde Models Buenos Aires – Facundo and the A-Z of Latin


Q: Could you tell me a little bit about the history of your agency? Facundo: I started working as a model for commercials and runway shows in ’86, ’87, and I spent many years doing campaigns for different big-name brands and fashion shows. Later I was asked to form part of an agency with Raquel […]

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