Extraordinary Models: meet Aimee Mullins

Propelled into the top 50 most beautiful women in the world by People magazine in 2000, Aimee Mullins is both a great athlete and an exceptional model. Aimee deserves her beauty title, because not only she is gorgeous, but also because her brave heart has led her to overcome many difficulties.

La Relation Tumultueuse entre la Photographie de Mode et l’Art

Si l’on en croit le récit officiel, la photographie d’art et la photographie commerciale sont comme l’huile et l’eau : elles ne se mélangent pas. Le monde de l’art snobe la photographie commerciale pour son anti-intellectualisme et sa superficialité et, à leur tour, les photographes commerciaux dédaignent la photographie d’art, car ils la perçoivent comme étant pompeuse et incompréhensible. En tant que photographe, l’une des premières choses que vous devez donc faire est de choisir votre camp, puis de vous y tenir.

Fashion Photography’s Tempestuous Relationship With the Art World

Do artistic and commercial photography mix well?
If we believe the official narrative, art and commercial photography are like oil and water: each utterly repellant to the other. The art world turns up its nose at commercial photography for its anti-intellectualism and superficiality; in turn commercial photographers frequently disdain art photography for what they perceive as self-indulgence, pretentiousness, and incomprehensibility.

In shape and shapely: exploring the concept of beauty through history

French version It is often thought that things were simpler in the old days. But in fact, being a model in 1900 was much more complex than it is today. With globalization comes new means of communication, networking opportunities and with the proliferation of social networks, working in the fashion sector has certainly become moreContinue reading “In shape and shapely: exploring the concept of beauty through history”

Devenir modèle de nos jours : la forme et les formes !

On pense souvent que les choses étaient plus simples dans le passé. Pourtant, être mannequin en 1900 était bien plus complexe qu’aujourd’hui. Avec la mondialisation, les nouveaux moyens de communication, le networking et la multiplication des réseaux sociaux, travailler dans le secteur de la mode est certainement devenu plus accessible.