Tuesday, November 30, 2010
It's the calendar that always makes an impact, and next year's will be no different. Just ask its photographer Karl Lagerfeld, because he's more than happy to tell you all about it. So great are his photography skills in fact, that he readily describes himself the "visual version of Homer", having captured Greek mythology so effectively in the 2011 Pirelli calendar but having done it with his "camera instead of with [his] pen."
You be the judge as we bring to you a preview of 6 months of next year's Pirelli calendar. You can see the first here, with the rest after the jump.
Entire Article: Read it by clicking The photos: Pirelli '11.
Updated with the pictures and video that has caused the controversy.
Can you guess what it is about the picture below that has seed model Irina Shayk pick up the phone to her lawyer?
Give up? From allegations that have recently come out it appears that GQ have naughtily, using sneaky Photoshop techniques, removed the lovely Russian's underwear leaving her appearing to be undressed - certainly there's little to be seen, but nudity is implied. And that's what has got Irina, and her agency, somewhat upset.
Entire Article: Read it by clicking Spanish GQ photoshops itself into trouble.
I can't say I completely agree with his choice in sunglasses, but I'll hand it to Jefferson Hack here all the same: it's not always an easy task to pull off brown hues, three buttoned suits, nor such a wide variety of patterns, and yet, simply put, he does.
Entire Article: Read it by clicking A patterned Jefferson Hack.
From Brazilian blowouts to conical curlers and perms, women are pushing the styling boundaries more than ever before. But now that you have a fab new look, picking the right shampoo and conditioner from a dizzying array of bottles on store shelves can be quite the challenge. Should you target the texture, style or health of your hair when washing?