Naomi Campbell Covers British Vogue March 2019, Lensed By Steven Meisel With Kendrick Sampson

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Supermodel Naomi Campbell covers the March 2019 issue of British Vogue, her first under Edward Enninful’s role as editor-in-chief. Sharing his thoughts about the special cover and shoot styled by himself, Enninful said: “Of course, the photographer had to be Steven Meisel. When Naomi works with Meisel, she practically becomes a teenager again, shy and focused, and so it proved during our two-day shoot in New York together at the tail end of last year. They know each other so well that they don’t really need words. Dancers came in, Kendrick Sampson (an actor and activist we both admire) played the role of her lover, and even her driver was pulled in to orbit around her. I hope you enjoy the result. It is the story of a real woman – and a genuine icon. “

Speaking of Sampson being an activist, this is his tweet on this Sunday morning, NFL Superbowl Sunday.:

NFL is a perfect example of the fact that diversity ALONE doesn’t solve racism, & that racist culture of essentially “you can have a seat at the oppressive table as long as you don’t affect my toxic masculine white supremacy (& you better be grateful” is alive and thriving.

Linda Evangelista in 'Jazzy Jazz' by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, February 1989 Archives

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Linda Evangelista in 'Jazzy Jazz' by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, February 1989 Archives

Archive from May 24, 2011 Restored

The June/July Vogue Paris editorial ‘Canicule’ featuring a gorgeous Isabeli Fontana lensed by Mert & Marcus and styled by Emmanuelle Alt has created quite a lot of controversy for being more than a ‘tribute’ to this Linda Evangelista Vogue Italia editorial, lensed by Steven Meisel in Feb 1989.

We’ve been so relentlessly on Emmanuelle Alt’s case, I think we’ll just sit this one out. You decide. Anne

Steven Meisel Eyes Adut, Bella, Fran, Meghan + Vittoria For Moschino SS2019 Campaign

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“He’s so humble, but he makes these incredible, out of this world clothes that are just super eccentric and sexy in all the right ways,” Grace Elizabeth told Vogue about Jeremy Scott’s Spring 2019 Moschino Collection. “The premise for Spring was that I didn’t have time to finish the collection, so all I have are sketches,” Scott explained. There were bow-tied suits, wrap dresses, and ladylike shifts covered in what looked like scribbled marker (though if you zoom in, you’ll notice the “ink” is often embroidered with paillettes, too).

Scott’s Moschino Spring-Summer 2019 runway magic comes to life in high drama images by Steven Meisel. Styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, the Moschino images vibrate a high-aesthetic intensity conveyed by Adut Akech, Bella Hadid, Fran Summers, Meghan Collison and Vittoria Ceretti. / Makeup by Pat McGrath; hair by Guido Palau