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Kate Moss’s New Book

The Kate Moss Book, a new coffee-table book that you could probably illustrate based on the title alone. Working in collaboration with Fabien Baron and Jefferson Hack, Moss helped choose the photos — some of which are being published for the first time.
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Camera Pillows

If you are one of those vintage photography geeks, you’re going to want to see this… And even if you aren’t there’s a good chance you’ll like this. Brooklyn-based Ronda J. Smith makes quirky and original camera-shaped pillows, in different sizes and of about every model ever made in human history. Even really ancient ones, for as far as I know… Check that out! http://www.etsy.com/shop/intheseam
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Smoke Culture

“This is SMOKE CULTURE. It is truly something beautiful. And a forever continuing project of mine. A project for what you might ask? It is a project for me… Pure. Passion. Photography.” – Julian S (photographer/model) Check out Julian’s blog! Fantastic pictures and he put out a great perspective of fashion week from a model’s point of view! Also some great backstage and casting pictures too! Judging from his blog, he seems to continue model but I think his passion is really in his photography. www.throughjuleslens.blogspot.com
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Half-Drag – A Different Kind of Beauty

New York’s Drag Queens In And Out Of Makeup In his Half-Drag series, New York photographer Leland Bobbé captures the two sides of the city’s drag queens — the extravagantly made-up drag divas and the organic men that lie beneath. Bobbé tells Huffington Post Gay Voices, “Through the power of hair and makeup these men are able to completely transform themselves and find their female side while simultaneously showing their male side.” Shockingly, the identities are composed in camera and are not separate images joined during editing. Bobbé posted the first portrait of the Half-Drag series on his blog last March, writing, “I...

Rock Me With A “T”

I love all the fantasy graphic prints popping up lately during fashion weeks. These ladies make the trend look sexy and FUN! I think the price tag on some are crazy though. Obviously it’s not exactly the same thing but I remember getting those t-shirts from HMV with a much ‘friendly’ price…anyway that’s ages ago. I guess when Givenchy or Balenciaga is on the tag it’s totally different story. All photos by Tommy Ton.
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