Tim Walker’s homage to Joan of Arc, starring Kristen McNenamy for W Magazine, September 2012.
From the Haute Macabre Archives: In Memory of the Late Mr & Mrs Comfort The epic photo series by Richard Avedon for the New Yorker, 1995
Ode to Lucifer, a personal project by photographer Julius Bramato.
Tim Walker pays homage to Hieronymus Bosch in his incredible new editorial for Love Magazine’s Spring 2016 issue. If you’re not familiar with Bosch and his incredible art, treat yourself to the enormous tome of his complete works, which has been on my list of Books To Add To My Library for ages. Might be […]
Vogue Italia December 2015 is a holiday gift to us all: the entire issue was photographed by Haute Macabre muse Tim Walker, including this Edward Gorey inspired editorial, Rebel Riders. I suddenly have the overwhelming urge to paint my face white and listen to the first Dresden Dolls album on repeat.
Never Let Me Go Photographed by Nicolas Guerin for Fiasco Magazine 2011
Blogger Paola Mathé has been making some waves on social media for her shoot featuring a group of her friends in the NY subway system dressed as superheroes of her own design. Her inspiration for the project came from asking ‘What If?”- in this case, “what if there was a super hero squad where all […]
“True Cinderella”, shot by Emily Gualdoni for Glassbook.
“Into the Woods”, shot by Emma Summerton for Vogue Japan. This fall’s necessary accessories: broomsticks and wolves.
“Caroline’s Syphony”, shot by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Japan, October 2015. More here.
In the Land of Dreamy Dreams Karen Elson by Tim Walker for Vogue UK, 05.2015
Natural Selection, shot by Emma Summerton fow W. Magazine. Why yes, you can shoot a Gawth-as-Fuck spread with only black models. (Sadly, the rest of the spread was less macabre).
Un Conte D’hiver, shot by Mark Segal for Vogue Paris, Oct 2006
It’s been quite a while since we last checked in with Spanish photographer Eugenio Recuenco, during which he has been focusing on a stunning series of fairytale-inspired fashion shoots. I’m thinking it was worth the wait.
The Corpus Fraterna collection from Sarah Ryan, available at Not Just A Label.