The Fashioniste, in a pinstriped navy blue notch-lapel suit by Dolce & Gabbana, from Bergdorf Goodman, NYC.
For Details, see the back of the issue of uh, any Vogue magazine.
And what you see here, in this ad from Dolce & Gabbana, is just the effect that me reciting quotes from 18th-century authors has upon impressionable--and highly volatile--female audiences. Such other effects can be observed in the pictures that follow, as you will see. (In the second version I turned up the heat, tHaNx 2 PhOtoShoP.... 2 TaLeNteD)
YES, I heard THAT—
Linda Evangelista, for early '90s Versace...just goin effin' crazy
American model Stephanie Seymour in a Versace ad from the early '90s, photographed by Richard Avedon; and then "La Mort de Hyacinthe" (1801) by Jean Broc, a protégé of the great French painter Jacques-Louis David.
:wumpscut:, haujobb, skinny puppy, and ministry...and this is what you can pretty much expect --
"To sleep, perchance to dream..." (Marilyn in 1957's The Prince and the Showgirl--the first and only film released by her namesake production company, which she formed with her friend and photographer, Milton H. Greene.)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, photographed by Steven Klein for the August 2005 issue of W magazine. And in the nearly 60-page spread, they show themselves to be...just like every other couple(?)(???). Orrrr somethin' like that.
A human, violin-playing marionette and her puppetmaster, who had to repeatedly awaken her from her narcoleptic nodding-off to sleep. Of course, narcolepsy is defined as "constant, raging, uncontrollable fits of sudden...slumber." (Photograph taken by meee! :D)
Marilyn Manson and Dita von Teese, from the Martch 2006 issue of Vogue. Rock n' Roll Will Never...huh?
Ah -- The Real Marilyn... (Thank you.) happens to the best of 'em -- even the most sophisticated girls, and even the most lethal warriors! I am referring to the effect of my pan-plagiaristic literary pseudo-prowess. Rowr. I'm a Leo, YES U KNO ME< DONT U?!! Anyway... (That painting to the right would happen to be Jacques-Louis David's "Hector" (1778), in which he displayed the kind of stark contrast between darkness and light that he had then-recently discovered and studied in the work of Italian Renaissance master Caravaggio. Hey, I have a question-- Who can really sleep like that?! I can understand the chair of the girl on the left, but isn't that rock just a bit uncomfortable?? (Must've passed out too! ha!)


"Golden Head by Golden Head," a sketch done by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti, from the title page of his sister Christina's "Goblin Market and Other Poems" (1862). It's positively otherworldly! <:-o
And Jack and Rose from Titanic. What a similarity... Beautiful.
And a Guess ad from 1992. Claudia Schiffer and some guy dreamin' away his only chance, like a damn FOOL, lol
Between the strange-looking backgrounds and the low picture-quality, it's really hard to figure out which of those landscapes and seascapes and interiors are real... but nevertheless, enjoy P. Lion's Italo Disco hit "Dream"!! Is that a Missoni sweater he's wearing?? He is Italian, you know, so it is possible.