The V Magazine Summer Swimsuit Issue has breathtaking shots by Mario Testino featuring David Gandy (above), Giselle Budchen, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Josh Pence, and among others Noah Mills. Let's hear it for the boys! More images (and video!) after the jump.
Half of Giselle Bundchen's ex boyfriends are naked in the latest issue of Hercules Magazine. The boy style bible features uber-male models Marlon Teixeira, Andres Segura, Tyson Ballou, Marcus Schenkenberg and Terron Wood looking dapper and divine. More sexy pics and VIDEO after the jump. Click images to enlarge.
In an odd homage to Barack Obama, Italian Vogue featured all black
models in its' July issue. In terms of circulation, slumped newstand sales are anticipated since this is generally regarded to be slowest month for print publications. "The Black Issue" is widely understood to be an effort
to make amends with the black community after receiving a great deal of
criticism for the April coverof the US edition. The spring issue
featured NBA player LeBron James and Giselle Bundchen in a pose that
looked suspiciously similar to a King Kong poster, visually comparing
the athlete to a big, scary ape.
Two style legends, Steven Meisel and Naomi Campbell, were paired for the big photo editorial. The spread features Naomi looking stunning despite her age. Although, if the goal was to promote a positive image of black women, maybe something where Campbell wasn't quite so overly sexualized would have made a stronger statement. Of the images available of the shoot online, the majority of them feature the supermodel nearly naked, looking like a well-dressed whore. Splaying Naomi out on a table covered in french pastry isn't likely to do much in terms of eradicating racial dissension. The best solution to all of this would be to let black people be models
in high fashion magazines as a matter of course, just like everybody
For over a decade, Reggie Cameron has worked behind the scenes as a publicist and marketing executive for mass market retailers, chic boutiques, and clothing lines producing fashion shows and working as a celebrity stylist.
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