Over the last couple of years 3D has regained it's popularity. Although it couldn't be called new technology, for it existed for quite some time, it is the newest way to get people back into the theaters. It's increasing usage in cinema these days is however a bit damaging if you ask me - although a way to fight internet piracy and to get people to legally watch the productions, most if not all 3D movies I've seen focus so much on the special effects and not at all on the actual plot, making the film engaging only on a visual level at best.
So another questions comes to mind: what about using 3D in a field where what we see is what matters the most?
(More after the jump, including Miranda Kerr, Isabeli Fontana and Jesus Luz, somewhat NSFW)
Since I'm a sucker for anything gray lately I decided to post photos from H&M's F/W advertisement featuring Jon Kortajarena. I hate the fact that H&M has no stores in Romania (from what I've heard one will open in 2011), but from what I've seen it has some really awesome stuff.
Everyone who knows celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe knows her trademark expressions: bananas, OOC, literally and I die! The latter was the theme for Zoe's Harper's Bazaar shoot, featuring designers Vera Wang, Francisco Costa, Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs and Brian Atwood.
See all the photos and a behind the scenes video after the jump:
I decided to point out this new video from German girl group Monrose not necessarily because of the music, but because of the editing, which was done in a style which is very popular right now, but more so in photography.
This sort of collage technique is being used a lot, especially by fashion bloggers - check out the video after the jump:
I am a huge ZARA fan. I love how simple yet stylish their clothes are, and for me it's always a good choice for those days when I have to rush out the door first thing in the morning - go to school, work, maybe a few client meetings - it works all throughout my day. Take a look at the Fall/Winter collection, a new lookbook and a making of video after the jump: