This is a wonderful behind the scenes video starring Vanessa Paradis in the upcoming Spring campaign for the classic lipstick Rouge Coco. Behind the camera is renowned Fench photographer Jean Baptiste Mondino.
A bed full of memories from movies in the past. All set in the desert outside L.A.
Photography by Alex Brunet and styling by Helene Starkman.
Still no spring in sight.
Photography by Petter Löfstedt and styling by Emma Thorstrand. Click for details.
Yuka Honda is a beautiful woman and a music genius. She lives in Manhattan, her work is melancholic and hopeless, yet optimistic and refreshing. She has collaborated with such artists as Sean Lennon, The Beastie boys, Michel Gondry, John Zorn or Dougie Bowne. Even though the list easily gets endless, she found the time in 1994 to form Cibo Matto. Honda is the kind of creature that deeply influences humans and elevates people to the highest state. She whispers wisdom and insinuates strength in the most relevant manner. She has an uncanny way of understanding people’s dreams. She is hypnotizing. Her smell is like lavender after a silly rain and her movements are lunar and childish. Her penetrating gaze could seem malicious, was it not so disarming and all the while dressing in purple like a velvet rainbow. Editor Sophie Caby went deep under cover, in order to bring us the details, she lived with Yuka Honda for a year.
Color of the week; brown.
In a snowstorm up north a Disneyland version of Beijing suddenly appeared out of nowhere.
The phone never rings at the desert movie set outside Los Angeles.