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Posted on February 27, 2011

the latest Vogue Hellas story for March issue was shot by Mara Desirpis at Madwalk event preparation, two days in a row during the set up and the rehearsals, with models, producers, workers brandishing stuff and braying at each other, it was what the word says: mad-walk. pure mad-ness. backstage photos while working. The Prada stripes the Blumarine animal-print The Gucci bolds The Balenciaga tomboy The Roberto Cavalli luxury leather The Alexander McQueen booties The Givenchy chiffon The Versace graphics The Emilio Pucci eveningwear The Miu Miu lust


Posted on February 25, 2011

when the day is dipped in grey like it was yesterday, you move towards the opposite side: you choose color. yesterday it was raining like hell and i had a mission to accomplish, something maybe too complicated, to find some good stuff throughout the city for the next shooting and remain calm during this procedure by ignoring the traffic jam/the rain on my face/the delays. i did all that and had a sip of color as well to wake me up like a slap from all this gris-souris situation.  i went over Semiramis hotel once again, this time for the presentation of the new Swatch rubber collection featuring watches in every possible bubble-gum color. i got mine in terracota and felt quite satisfied. had…


Posted on February 23, 2011

Mr. Porter is finally open! the male version of the kingdom of Net-a-Porter is here to satisfy the other half of the global consuming population. Vogue Hellas journalist Paris Kormaris, a genuine enthusiast as he is, had had pre-registered to the site and thus been able to pre-order a little something for himself: a pair of dissimilar socks by Paul Smith, which arrived today in a wonderful packaging with his name printed on a sticker in italics. don’t you have any gifts to make?

Carine and Vogue Paris

Posted on February 21, 2011

The latest issue of Vogue Paris – which is also the very last issue of Carine Roitfeld as an Editor-in-chief of French Vogue- is out featuring in the cover my most favorite girl Saskia de Brauw.  A week after Carine left the company she gave her first interview at Dirk Standen, parts of which you can read below. Does one shoot stand out in your memory? There are different ones, of course. I had a very good period where I was working at French Glamour and I was working for The Face. The “butcher” shoot with Eva Herzigova and those sort of stories. They’re memorable stories, and you say why? Maybe because it’s not just about fashion. It’s because it’s a moment of the time. There are…


Posted on February 19, 2011

a day in the woods, almond blossoms for the house, in the bedroom with Leeloo the most beautiful cat in the world -according to Mariaflora– and a portrait of Mr. Zoulias i did a couple of years ago with photographer Constantinos Tsiliacos that i found in the attic of my hard-drive and either because of Anastasia’s dress, the horns that remind me of branches or the color palette, matches perfectly