Mariacarla Boscono by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia March 2014
I’ve been very inspired by astronomy as of late. From the Academy Award winning film, Gravity, to recent galactic magazine editorials, the fascinating studies of galaxies and space provide endless inspiration. Not to mention, 93% of the mass in our body is stardust (x).
In my opinion, if you don’t believe in aliens, YOU are the crazy one. I am always wondering about the mysterious stars, planets and moons. It reminds me if something my old professor said. We used to talk about anything from ancient civilizations to shamanism. He said, “If stars weren’t so important, the why did old philosophers and scientists dedicate their lives to study them?”
1. Julia Nobis in “Lost in Cyberspace" for W Magazine March 2014 photographed by Steven Meisel
2. NGC 1300, a barred spiral galaxy about 61 million light-years away.
3. Enra, a dance that combines elements of dance, performance art, music, technology and light
4. Iris Van Herpen BIOPIRACY
5. Lindsey Wixson for CR Fashion Book photographed by Sebastian Faena
7. Aurora Borealis
8. Givenchy by Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 1999
9. Naomi Campbell for Soon International #16 Fall 2011
10. Magdalena Frackowiak in “Metallic Moment" for Harper’s Bazaar photographed by Peter Lindbergh
Nastya Sten And Marley Chapman By Johnny Dufort For Cr Fashion Book #4
After a long-fought battle in Australia, a python bested a crocodile and swallowed the reptile whole over a span of several hours in Queensland, Australia.
The snake reportedly fought the croc for five hours in Lake Moondarra. Winning the fight, the python constricted its prey to death. The estimated 10-foot snake then dragged the 3-foot croc ashore and proceeded to swallow it whole in front of a group of onlookers.
National Geographic identified the snake as an olive python and the croc as a Johnson’s crocodile, both of which are native to Australia. After its hefty meal, the python should be full for at least a month.
Elie Saab Fall 2014 RTW