8.19.2012

Vintage Fashion or Modern?

Fashion Model, Style inspiration, Fashion photography, Long hair
Fashion Model, Style inspiration, Fashion photography, Long hair
Fashion Model, Style inspiration, Fashion photography, Long hair
Fashion Model, Style inspiration, Fashion photography, Long hair

Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Madonna will always be seen as iconic and trendsetting in Fashion- whether you like it or not. What's your favorite style? :)



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12 comments:

monkeyshines ♥ said...
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monkeyshines ♥ said...

inspiring!

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Mint Gal said...

Great photos! I always find inspiration on your blog!

Thank you :)

-Carmen
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Holly Burgess said...

Madonna is such a babe!


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Jinna Yang said...

Great post! Love these 3 women and all of their styles!

xx,
Jinna

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Nathan Niche said...

Love these vintage photos. Ahhh it must had been so damn cool to live the SUPERmodel fab life style, the glam, the clothes, the make up, the success, the jetsetting.... I know it's not all fun and games but the perks of being a supermodel back then was higher than being a celeb! Love what kate is wearing, simple and chic.... While we’re on the topic of clothes, I just found a vintage KTZ plastic & faux fur grid coat, it’s quite a show stopper, check it out if you’re ever curious as to what it looks like haha-

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seance photo said...

Je prefere kate moss, sans hésitation

Tania ♥ said...

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Reptilia said...

Love this photo of Kate and Naomi!

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♥ Cassandra (Backtofive) said...

Amazing editorial. I choose to think this as vintage fashion.

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Kathleen Lisson said...

I adore the 50's style of dress, because it fits my body and flatters my figure the best.

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