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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Innovative concept: "Digital Fashion Week".





International Lux Magazine share an interesting article related to the fashion industry, the art and the world of the technology.

It is really very interesting this new innovative concept of the integration in an unique special event of the fashion, the art and all the world linked to the blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and other tech topics.

By example the theme of the "virtual purchase" i.e. the purchase of a fashion item such as a dress what can be viewed virtually in a "3D view in the screen with different sizes and colors options" and then the purchase can be done using "digital payment" with cryptocurrency with real-time processing of the operation.

It is very creative this new concept of the "Crypto Fashion Week".

For more info about this interesting theme make click HERE.

















Article shared by Carlos Eduardo Feijoo.
Founder, CEO and Editor of International Lux Magazine.

For request of preparation and publication of Special Articles for recognized or emergent personalities of the fashion, art, architecture, interior design, jewelry, etc click HERE for more information.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

"Digital" catwalk shows.



International Lux Magazine
share this news that shows as the fashion industry that had to quickly adapt to the global circumstance of the health emergency and had to organize a new scheme for the traditional face-to-face fashion catwalks with assistance of fashion designers, photographers, stylist, make-up artists, journalists, special guests, etc that is, due to the need for physical distancing as a preventive health measure, they had to create a "new way of presenting fashion collections" using Internet digital TV transmission as virtual meeting platforms and that has the benefit of reaching a very wide international audience through the global Internet network.

For more info about this theme click HERE.







Article shared by Carlos Eduardo Feijoo.
Founder, CEO and Editor of International Lux Magazine.

For request of preparation and publication of Special Articles for recognized or emergent personalities of the fashion, art, architecture, interior design, jewelry, etc click HERE for more information.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

7 Legendary Fashion Photographers in the Modeling Industry

7 Legendary Fashion Photographers in the Modeling Industry

Fashion photographers have been a significant component of the Modeling industry throughout history. Check out these 7 outstanding photographers today.
Without fashion photographers, the modeling industry wouldn't be able to function. And without some of the biggest names in the business, it certainly wouldn't be what it is today.

Read on to learn more about some of the well-known and popular photographers who have made their mark on every aspect of the industry.

Photography in the Modeling Industry


In an age where many people are using editing apps before their photos hit Instagram, the search for perfection continues to grow.

But for many of the most prolific photographers in the modeling industry, their careers have never been about perfection. Instead, the aim has always been to show their subject's flaws in the best possible light.

Here are some of the modeling industry's best photographers:

1. Mario Testino


Testino's career has spanned more than three decades. During that time, he's worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Gisele Bundchen and Kate Moss.

His work has been featured in advertising campaigns around the world. These include Versace, Dolce & Gabbana Gucci, and Burberry.

2. Irving Penn


Irving Penn (1917-2009) is another hugely prolific photographer. His work spans seven decades, and his photos are known for their elegance.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be exhibiting a comprehensive retrospective of Irving Penn's work in April. A book will also be released which is an interesting account of some of his inner conflict due to his minimalist style and the extravagant trends often seen in the fashion industry.

3. Helmet Newton 


Newton has received many awards over the years. In 1999 her was given the "Life Legend Award for Lifetime Achievement in Magazine Photography" by Life Magazine.

His long career has revolutionized the industry, and he even has a museum dedicated to his work in Berlin.

4. Steven Meisel


 Meisel remains one of the modeling industry's most iconic photographers. Models around the world aspire to work with him, and he's been the photographer for every Vogue Italia cover since 1988. 

5. Annie Leibovitz


No list of photography legends would be complete without Annie Leibovitz. She remains one of the most famous portrait photographers in the United States. In 1970 

In 1970 she began working for Rolling Stone and was the chief photographer by 1973. She began working for Vogue in 1998 and has created some of the most influential magazine covers and advertising campaigns in history.

6. Albert Watson


Albert Watson is famous for his striking images, which have appeared on more than 100 Vogue covers globally. His work has been featured in many other publications, Vibe to Time to Rolling Stone.

Born in Scotland, Watson moved to the US in 1970 and began his career as a hobby while working as a school teacher in LA.

Since then, he's worked on successful advertising campaigns for some of the biggest corporations in the world, including Chanel, Revlon, Levis, the Gap, and Prada.

7. Terry Richardson


Richardson has been called "The Last Great Fashion Photographer" in a book by Michael Gross.

His career spans three decades and it has been controversial. For many, however, there's little doubt that he's still the foremost photographer in the fashion and modeling industry today.

What do you think about this list of photographers? Are there any we missed? Leave a comment below and let us know your favorites.