Per la Moda

Fashion of Style, Drama & Desire, since 2008.

"The most beautifyl makeup for a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy."
Yves Saint Laurent

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rutgervanderbent:

Rutger van der Bentwww.rutgervanderbent.nlinfo@rutgervanderbent.nlModel Cherelle @ Max Models

rutgervanderbent:

Rutger van der Bent
www.rutgervanderbent.nl
info@rutgervanderbent.nl

Model Cherelle @ Max Models

January 18, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from rutgervanderbent.

rachel-jean:

Rachel Jean by Zoe Hiigli

rachel-jean:

Rachel Jean by Zoe Hiigli

Tags: model
January 17, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from rachel-jean.

formesdelabeaute:

Sophie Vlaming

formesdelabeaute:

Sophie Vlaming

January 16, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from formesdelabeaute.

formesdelabeaute:

Sophie Vlaming

formesdelabeaute:

Sophie Vlaming

January 15, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from formesdelabeaute.

delalcaraz:

@sharonkim_

delalcaraz:

@sharonkim_

January 14, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from delalcaraz.

January 13, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from delalcaraz.

tedemmons:

Shot by Ted Emmons 

tedemmons:

Shot by Ted Emmons 

January 12, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from tedemmons.

Religion // Sarah Louise Johnson

Religion // Sarah Louise Johnson

(Source: enigmadoamor20134)

January 11, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from allthekingzmen-deactivated20140, originally from enigmadoamor20134.

visioluxus:

Paper Roses II

Model: Sister Thyme

H/MU: Gina Campbell

Vintage wire dressmakers form, paper roses by me.


January 10, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from It's Dark In Here: The Images of Elisa Lazo.

grantstudio:

Venice Beach Editorial on Flickr.

grantstudio:

Venice Beach Editorial on Flickr.

January 09, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from grantstudio.

wetheurban:

PHOTOGRAPHY: Surreal Ballet Inspired Works by Kylli Sparre

After years of training to become a professional ballet dancer, artist Kylli Sparre realized it wasn’t the path for her and instead channeled passion for dance into photography and image manipulation.

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January 08, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from One thing at a time..

carlocalope:

calope will make you fall in love with ella petrushko.

carlocalope:

calope will make you fall in love with ella petrushko.

January 07, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from carlocalope.

colettestone:

Colette Stone
Photographed by Al Rodriguez for In-Print Magazine
NYC

colettestone:

Colette Stone
Photographed by Al Rodriguez for In-Print Magazine
NYC

Tags: model
January 06, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from colettestone.

rupertlaycockphotography:

Neon Studio Lights
A week ago a friend approached me asking to do some studio work for some designs that she’d made and needed to show off. 
Check out what we created with her designs and a few old Fluorescent lights.

rupertlaycockphotography:

Neon Studio Lights

A week ago a friend approached me asking to do some studio work for some designs that she’d made and needed to show off. 

Check out what we created with her designs and a few old Fluorescent lights.

January 05, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from rupertlaycockphotography.

edwintse:

Sometimes things work out
There are challenging aspects of my job that are not the most glamorous at times, a lot of it doesn’t even relate to the actual act of photographing itself. Half of the job feels like scheduling and coordinating shoots with people, seeing what day and time works, making sure the weather and light will cooperate with us on that particular day, figuring what are the possible back up plans in case of bad weather, these are some of the challenges that go along with working on location.
There is more work and stress involved as opposed to working in a studio, but when things go work out, the culmination of the planning, scouting and risks involved make it all the more rewarding. The high reward factor is probably why I enjoy locations so much.
Above photo of Karlijn Veling.

edwintse:

Sometimes things work out

There are challenging aspects of my job that are not the most glamorous at times, a lot of it doesn’t even relate to the actual act of photographing itself. Half of the job feels like scheduling and coordinating shoots with people, seeing what day and time works, making sure the weather and light will cooperate with us on that particular day, figuring what are the possible back up plans in case of bad weather, these are some of the challenges that go along with working on location.

There is more work and stress involved as opposed to working in a studio, but when things go work out, the culmination of the planning, scouting and risks involved make it all the more rewarding. The high reward factor is probably why I enjoy locations so much.

Above photo of Karlijn Veling.

January 04, 2014, 12:00pm  Permalink   Reblogged from edwintse.