…and I sincerely mean that in the nicest possible sense!
I’m just mesmerised by Kate and I think the shots of her more recently this year are quite probably the best I’ve ever seen. Kate is looking absolutely beautiful, feminine, fuller and happier than ever!
So I thought I’d share with you these beautiful shots of Kate in the newest edition of V Magazine; all shots photographed by Iain McKell and styled by the wonderful Karen Langley.
I love how Kate just looks free as a bird and just so comfortable in the beautiful countryside. I was thinking today how nice it is to have that chill in the air, and the sun low at 7pm on my bicycle ride home. I’m sure I’ll have people disagree, but I’m really looking forward to Autumn 🙂
I also thought I’d slip in a few shots I took at London Fashion Week Feb 2008…these two lovely ladies were perched outside the Natural History Museum and I couldn’t resist asking for a photograph!
Ms. Judy Pink.
It’s sad sad news and not a lot of people know, but the beautiful and talented photographer Corrine Day has been battling Cancer for ten years now. Even more sad is the fact that her treatment has costed an absolute fortune over the decade and she is fast running out of money…
So, to get as much money as possible together for the £100,000 treatement needed to keep Corrine alive, limited edition unpublished prints of Kate Moss (Corrine was the first person to photograph Kate) have been signed and put up for sale – prices start at a cheap as chips £100. There are terms and conditions of the sale, which to be honest, are more than fair.
See some of the below iconic photographs of Kate Moss, shot by Corrine…
To purchase one of the prints, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please give generously, this is for an amazing cause.
PRINTS ARE NOT TO BE RE-SOLD.
Ms. Judy Pink.
-CARLA BRUNI, 1993.
“Carla Bruni, the supermodel wife of France’s premier statesman Nicolas Sarkozy, poses in a state of considerable undress. The release of the snap by auction house Christie’s comes as Sarkozy and his glamorous missus arrive in the UK for a state visit which will see them attend a banquet with the Queen at Windsor Castle. Still, at least Prince Philip should have plenty to talk to them about over dinner. See even more of Mrs Sarkozy in GQ’s April issue, in shops now.”
Well, the above photograph smashed the £3,000 expected pricetag, by selling at a whopping £45,000 at Christies Auction House, London.
THE NAKED photograph of Carla Bruni that caused a furore during the ex-model’s state visit to the UK last month has sold at auction for £45,000, smashing its £3,000 guide price. The photograph was shot in 1993, by Michael Comte.
After frenzied bidding the portrait was yesterday won by a Chinese art collector – much to the disappointment of Heiko Roloff from German magazine Bild, who told ITN that he had a special reason for wanting to buy it.
“I was disappointed I was outbid, because I would have bought the photo as a gift for the French president,” he said. “That would have been a very nice gesture and also a nice story.”
Despite this, a naked photograph of Gisele Bundchen raised the highest sum of the day, selling for approximately £98,000.
Ms. Judy Pink.