Author: Ioana Casapu

IONUŢ STAICU INTERVIEW: COMPETITION WILL TURN TABLES

IONUŢ STAICU INTERVIEW: COMPETITION WILL TURN TABLES

Ionuț Staicu is best known for his one of a kind fashion photography collaborations with glossy magazines, spanning 13 years, but also for the creative incentive unleashed in his independently published editorials. He’s worked with designers like Murmur, Maria Lucia Hohan, Lena Criveanu and Musette and showcased his work through a series of exhibitions in the past few years. Starting… read more →

SHOOTING THE COUNTESS & OTHER DEVIOUS SCHEMES

SHOOTING THE COUNTESS & OTHER DEVIOUS SCHEMES

Hello dear people! Missed me? I’ve been busy last week shooting and styling this wonderful editorial that depicts a casual day from the life and loves of grand poetess Anna de Noailles, a Romanian born, French raised countess and literature symbol. In this highly enthusiastic endeavor, me, Alexandra with her camera and great vision and a bunch of sheery clothes… read more →

TOUCH MY BLOUSE, AND SEE MY SOUL RIGHT THROUGH IT

TOUCH MY BLOUSE, AND SEE MY SOUL RIGHT THROUGH IT

The post today is dedicated to the very talented Michael Carson. His oil on canvas mainly depicts jeunes femmes in the momentary sensuality of a glimpse and backstage models that somewhat remind me of Blow Up’s beauty garrison. Like Sophie Calle, who used to stalk her subjects out of boredom and loneliness, he admits to “a serious addiction to watching… read more →

PERHAPS, VIRGINIA

PERHAPS, VIRGINIA

I was fascinated with her when we met. I hated her silently before and then I thought she were the hottest gal. A suburban turned cosmopolitan version of Palahniuk’s Audrey, dressed in a pink tube dress and knee highs, pomegranate hair waving carelessly on the dance floor. Curling up to Joy Division, beer in one hand, her eyes rolling in… read more →