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Author archive for Charlotte Pratt

  • Amazing Ice Cave Photography of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

    By Charlotte Pratt on February 5, 2014
    Nature never ceases to amaze, and these photographs definitely attest to that. Lake Superior in Wisconsin has frozen to the point where the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore ice caves are accessible. Check out these photos by Kelly Marquardt, Andy Rathbun, and Barbara Alwes – incredible!
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  • Carine’s Edit for Harper’s Bazaar

    By Charlotte Pratt on February 4, 2014
    Creative director Carine Roitfeld teamed up with Karl Lagerfeld and several top models in this spring story entitled “Carine’s Edit.” Roitfeld’s versatility as a stylist and creative director is incredibly prolific – you’ll never see the same concept twice, and her work is always unexpected. Enjoy…x!
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  • “Financial Times” Editorial for How To Spend It Magazine

    By Charlotte Pratt on February 3, 2014
    Kate King models glossy, shiny metallics and statement jewelry in this glamorous shoot by Andrew Yee for “How To Spend It Magazine.” Even her bronzed beauty look exudes a complete air of luxury. Gorgeous!
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  • Jeneil Williams For Numero February 2014

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 31, 2014
    An alluring Jeneil Williams poses for photographer Txema Yeste in this editorial from Numero’s February 2014 issue. Tones of black and blue are interrupted by stunning streaks of gold. Enjoy…x!
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  • Free People “A Dream of Every Color” Editorial

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 29, 2014
    Christina Dunham models Free People’s quintessential bohemian styles for the “A Dream of Every Color” editorial shot by Annie Edmonds. The theme is Moroccan romance, emulated in both the clothing and setting. We love the relaxed, warm beauty of the spread.
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  • Portrait Paintings by Visual Artist Sara Golish

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 28, 2014
    We are so inspired by the portraits visual artist Sara Golish has created. She mixes her affection for 1970s colors and patterns with her appreciation of Black North American culture. Browse through her collection of paintings below, taking time to admire the beauty and expression captured in each woman. Love!
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  • Hotel Kakslauttanen’s Glass Igloo Village in Finland

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 28, 2014
    With much of the country’s recent experience with snowstorms and the polar vortex, a chilly, snowy getaway may be a hard sell. However, the igloo village at Hotel Kakslauttanen is pretty amazing. The glass is thermal to keep visitors insulated, and frost preventative to maintain the amazing views of Aurora Borealis. Plus, you have to love the animal print interior [...]
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  • Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 27, 2014
    Roberto Cavalli’s Pre-Fall 2014 Collection combined animal prints, jacquards, brocades, and fur in an opulent yet not over-the-top way. For the most part, silhouettes were relatively boxy. Embellished jewelry, shoes, and bags completed the looks. Enjoy!
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  • Zuhair Murad Spring 2014 Couture Collection

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 24, 2014
    Zuhair Murad sent an absolutely breathtaking collection down the runway for spring couture. Luxurious gowns of elaborate lace, satin, and sequins in pretty pastels felt like a sophisticated fairytale. Each style was cinched with a belt of golden foliage, which kept the collection very cohesive, while the huge variety in necklines kept it diverse. Enjoy…x
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  • Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2014 Couture Collection

    By Charlotte Pratt on January 24, 2014
    Jean Paul Gaultier’s Couture Collection for Spring 2014 was full of structures similar to the silhouette of a butterfly, with voluminous sleeves that emulated wings. Butterfly motifs of various sorts were a part of the garments and accessories as well. Each model sported their own unique headpiece, some much more outlandish than others. Much to look at for sure! Enjoy!
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