1. 'White Mischief' - model: Hana Jirickova - photographer: David Bellemere - fashion editor: Melanie Huynh - hair: Guillaume Bérard - make-up: Tatsu Yamanaka -Porter Magazine #5 Winter 2014

    • Vivienne Westwood dress - Céline shoes - Delphine Manivet tiara - Stone earrings - Hermès socks
     

  2. 'White Mischief' - model: Hana Jirickova - photographer: David Bellemere - fashion editor: Melanie Huynh - hair: Guillaume Bérard - make-up: Tatsu Yamanaka -Porter Magazine #5 Winter 2014

    • Ralph Lauren coat - Francine Dentelle top & shorts - Van Cleef & Arpels necklace
    • Burberry dress - Maison Martin Margiela dress - Stone jewelry
    • Calvin Klein coat - Chloé blouse - Francine Dentelle hat - Stone jewelry
    • Chloé coat & top - Laure de Sagazan headpiece - Stone earrings - Hermès rings
    • Alexander McQueen dress - Stone earrings - Cartier ring
     

  3. 'The Hanging Garden' - model: Gemma Ward - photographer: Mikael Jansson - fashion editor: Karl Templer- Pop Magazine Winter 2004 - location: Central Park New York
     

  4. 'The Hanging Garden' - model: Gemma Ward - photographer: Mikael Jansson - fashion editor: Karl Templer- Pop Magazine Winter 2004 - location: Central Park New York

     

  5. Brooklyn-based sculptor Tom Fruin

    • Reflection / Kolonihavehus - location Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • WaterTower - location DUMBO Brooklyn (situated on the rooftop of 20 Jay Street)

    images ©Tom Fruin / DUMBO Arts Festival

     

  6. Talented & prolific Italy-based photographer Mustafa Sabbagh’s keen eye for beauty, composition & lighting captures a dream-like surreal quality in his body of work.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  7. French actress Léa Seydoux is the New Bond Girl, starring alongside Daniel Craig in ‘Bond 24’

    • photographer: Karim Sadil - stylist: Francesca Burns - British Vogue November 2013
     

  8. The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to India’s Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai for their struggles against the suppression of children.

    "I speak not for myself but for those without voice…those who have fought for their rights…their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated." - Malala Yousafzai

    According to the Nobel committee, at 17 she’s the youngest ever peace prize winner.

    full article and video via CNN

    (photograph: Asim Hafeez)

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  9. Drokpa of India: “Around 2,500 Drokpas live in three small villages in a disputed territory between India and Pakistan. The only fertile valley of Ladakh. The Drokpas are completely different– physically, culturally, linguistically and socially – from the Tibeto-Burman inhabitants of most of Ladakh.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  10. Goroko Tribe in Indonesia and Papau New Guinea: “Life is simple in the highland villages. The residents have plenty of good food, close-knit families and a great respect for the wonders of nature. They live by hunting, gathering plants and growing crops.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  11. Kalam of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea: “The first visitors were impressed to find valleys of carefully planned gardens and irrigation ditches. The women of the tribes are exceptional farmers. The men hunt and fight other tribes over land, pigs and women.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  12. Tibetans of China: “Prayer flags, sky burials, festival devil dances, spirit traps, rubbing holy stones, all associated with Tibetan beliefs, evolved from the ancient shamanist Bon religion.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  13. "The Samburu people live in northern Kenya, where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the northern dessert.  They are independent and egalitarian people, much more traditional then the Masaai."

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  14. Mustang, Nepal: “The people of Lo are called ‘Lopa’, and their language is a dialect of Tibetan. The former kingdom of Lo is linked by religion, culture and history to Tibet, but is politically part of Nepal.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)

     

  15. Ladakh Tribe of Northern India: “During the 8 winter months work is minimal and festivals and celebrations are almost a continuous affair, giving them the opportunity to display Goncha, the traditional dress.”

    Jimmy Nelson photo series ‘Before They Pass Away' a book of 500 images, recording the way of some of the worlds most threatened tribes.

    (Source: vmagazine)