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Gemma Ward at Alexander McQueen Fall/ Winter 2006

Gemma Ward at Alexander McQueen Fall/ Winter 2006

photographed by sofia sanchez & mauro mongiello for ten magazine, winter 2006

photographed by sofia sanchez & mauro mongiello for ten magazine, winter 2006

iekeliene stange by roger deckker for self service fall winter 2006/07

iekeliene stange by roger deckker for self service fall winter 2006/07

Alexander McQueen, Widows of Culloden, Autumn/Winter , 2006-2007

Alexander McQueen, Widows of Culloden, Autumn/Winter , 2006-2007

Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Yelena Yemchuk for AnOther Magazine № 11 Autumn—Winter 2006.

Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Yelena Yemchuk for AnOther Magazine № 11 Autumn—Winter 2006.

AnOther Magazine with artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh, KM3D-1 stars Kate Moss. The work continues Moss and Walsh's journey into experimental, multi-dimensional image-making, first seen in their legendary holographic film for Alexander McQueen's autumn/winter 2006 show." SO RAD. AUDIO + VISUAL.

AnOther Magazine with artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh, KM3D-1 stars Kate Moss. The work continues Moss and Walsh's journey into experimental, multi-dimensional image-making, first seen in their legendary holographic film for Alexander McQueen's autumn/winter 2006 show." SO RAD. AUDIO + VISUAL.

by Jenna Adorno     When the winter months arrive, I put down my knitting needles and spend my idle time on the slopes. Anyone who wears a helmet (and ponytails) in the snow can tell you that there is no way to keep your cheeks and face warm while your helmet and hair push down your scarf. After many shivering chairlift rides I came up with the idea of a mask that allows both room for the helmet straps and the stylish ponytails, while also protecting the face and neck.  The base is ribbed…

by Jenna Adorno When the winter months arrive, I put down my knitting needles and spend my idle time on the slopes. Anyone who wears a helmet (and ponytails) in the snow can tell you that there is no way to keep your cheeks and face warm while your helmet and hair push down your scarf. After many shivering chairlift rides I came up with the idea of a mask that allows both room for the helmet straps and the stylish ponytails, while also protecting the face and neck. The base is ribbed…

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