Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors – Models on Chairs | Yellowtrace.

 

Well, well, well… It sure has been a while. (More than a year to be precise.) If you’ve been hanging around these pages for some time, you may recall my previous posts dedicated to an amazing partnership between interiors, photography & fashion. In fact, you can revisit my first, second and third post at your own leisure. But please be warned – there are A LOT of friggin’ awesome images to look at and you might get lost in the vortex for ages. Can’t say I didn’t warn you!

As you would expect, today’s post follows the same theme, but this time I decided to get a little more specific. Have you guys noticed that models LURVE draping themselves all over chairs and armchair? True story. As you an see from Exhibit A, these mega babes aren’t afraid to experiment with a bunch of poses from sitting upright to slouching, lying, leaning, standing, draping… in other words – anything goes! Once I selected all the images for the post and took a step back, I actually couldn’t help but giggle. Seeing them all together seems quite absurd, don’t you think? Alas, hot clothes, slick photography, amazing interiors and handsome furniture is something I’ll always be inspired about. I sincerely hope you’re catching what I’m pitching. Enjoy!

 

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Stella Tennant by Mark Borthwick for Vogue Italia May 1997.

“Lost In Grandma’s Attic” by Jeff Bark for Bullett Spring 2011.

Iselin Steiro by Steven Meisel for Missoni Ad Campaign.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Diane Kruger by Gregory Derkenne for Citizen K, Autumn 2011.

Kate Moss at the Ritz Paris photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue US April 2012 (Styled by Grace Coddington).

Kirsten Dunst by by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US September 2006.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Hana Soukupova by Branislav Simoncik for Elle Czech January 2013.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Karlie Kloss by Walter Pfeiffer for Another Magazine, S/S 2011.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

From the portfolio of German fashion stylist Rolf Buck.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Raquel Zimmermann by Craig McDean for W December 2007.

Fashion Photography vs Amazing Interiors

Jessica Stam by Lina Scheynius in “After Hours” for Vogue UK, November 2010.

Mila Kunis by Robert Erdmann for Glamour UK September 2011.

Hailey Clauson by Greg Kadel for Numéro #123.

Sheila Marquez in Free People’s Lookbook.

Elena Perminova by Eric Guillemain for InStyle Russia.

Iris Strubegger by Alexi Lubomirski for Vogue Germany September 2011.

Photo by Thomas Kelmentsson for Elle Sweden 2007.

Nina Reijnders & Victoria Lipatova by Koray Parlak for Marie Claire Turkey December 2011.

Sasha Pivarova by Laurie Bartley in Vogue China 2005.

Giedre Dukauskaite by Paul Schmidt for Marie Claire Italia May 2011.

Lara Stone by Willy Vanderperre for Vogue China December 2010.

Lazaro Bridal Spring 2012 Lookbook.

Mariana Idzowska by Mara Zampariolo in “Private Dancer” editorial.

Alessandra Ambrosio by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Nippon October 2010.

Suzie Bird by Chloe Crespi for Harper’s Bazaar Spain September 2010.

Serenay Sarikaya by Eric Guillemain for Vogue Turkey January 2011.

Nastya by Dimitris Skoulos for Elle Greece June 2011.


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Dana Tomić Hughes
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Dana is an award-winning interior designer living in Sydney, Australia. With an unhealthy passion for design, Dana commits to an abnormal amount of daily design research. Regular travel and attendance at premier design events, enables Dana to stay at the forefront of the design world globally. While she is super serious about design, Dana never takes herself - nor design - too seriously. Together with her life and business partner, Dana is Boss Lady at Studio Yellowtrace, specialising in Design Strategy, Creative Direction and Special Projects. The studio takes a highly conceptual and holistic approach to translating brands & ideas into places & experiences.

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