visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: kate moss by peter lindbergh for vogue italia january 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: kate moss by peter lindbergh for vogue italia january 2015

Kate Moss *

Kate Moss *

Inspiratie voor je fotoshoot nodig? Misschien vind je dit concept wel fantastisch.  Gepind door Heleen Schrijvershof - www.heleenschrijvershof.nl

Inspiratie voor je fotoshoot nodig? Misschien vind je dit concept wel fantastisch. Gepind door Heleen Schrijvershof - www.heleenschrijvershof.nl

Jean Reno Extreme closeup. Butterfly, face turned up and at angle. Glare on glasses displays a tall building. Background is burned out? Emphasis on nose, facial hair and lips-the actor's trademarks

Jean Reno Extreme closeup. Butterfly, face turned up and at angle. Glare on glasses displays a tall building. Background is burned out? Emphasis on nose, facial hair and lips-the actor's trademarks

Cate Blanchett by Peter Lindbergh

Cate Blanchett by Peter Lindbergh

Peter Lindbergh • Style School

Peter Lindbergh • Style School

Kate Winslet. by Peter Lindbergh

Kate Winslet. by Peter Lindbergh

michelle williams 2015 - Cerca con Google

michelle williams 2015 - Cerca con Google

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh pour Reporters sans frontieres 5

Peter Linbergh offre ses photos à Reporters sans frontières

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh pour Reporters sans frontieres 5

Peter Lindbergh moved to Paris in 1978 and started working internationally for Vogue, first the Italian, then the English, French, German and American Vogue, later for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Allure, and Rolling Stone. His photographs mostly black-and-white, uses a pictorial language that takes its lead from early German cinema, and also from the Berlin art scene of the 1920s.

Peter Lindbergh moved to Paris in 1978 and started working internationally for Vogue, first the Italian, then the English, French, German and American Vogue, later for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Allure, and Rolling Stone. His photographs mostly black-and-white, uses a pictorial language that takes its lead from early German cinema, and also from the Berlin art scene of the 1920s.

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