The Libertine

A public blog that features a compilation of exceptional artists' works; serendipitously discovered by a secret admirer. The ongoing overtones of the production frequently include evocative imagery, passionate emotions, pure beauty and raw experience (to name a few themes). Our content is composed of artistic expressions, fashion editorials, promising talents, diverse bodies, freedom for all, love forever and the eternal search for truth in the visceral …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (SUBMISSIONS TO satietypaper@gmail.com)

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‘Denim Girl’ | Emma Stern By Henrik Adamsen For Trendsales Magazine | August 2013

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Photography: Henrik Adamsen

Makeup/Hair: Monika Grensteen

Styling: Kimmie Therese

Model: Emma Stern

Princess Of The Myrmidons

Credits

Stylist: Ivana Spernicelli
Magazine: Marie Claire Italia, July 2010
Photography: Daniel Gabbay
Model: Marlena Szoka

‘L’heure Bleue’ | Isabeli Fontana By Mikael Jansson For Vogue Paris | June-July 2010

I hate to repeat myself…but I just love this color palette as well. The cool azures, piercing amethysts and rich cobalts look extra exotic next to warm skin tones and the moody haze of  the location. This makes me want to jet off to Monaco for the weekend…

 

Credits

Photographer: Mikael Jansson 

Magazine: Vogue Paris June-July 2010

Model: Isabeli Fontana

Stylist: Anastasia Barbieri

 Designers: Emilio Pucci, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, others

To Surf Or Not To Surf

This is the other old favorite that I referenced this morning. I think that for several years it’s been shoots like these, and my need for other people to see them/experience their power, that has nagged at the corners of my mind; sewing the seeds of a blog. I can remember so clearly how the pages of my Vogue wafted open to reveal the rich jewel tone of  this editorial. As if biting into an exquisite truffle, I forced myself to turn each image slowly, savoring the magical mood of a distant and exotic desert oasis; in awe of the flawless enchantress, worshiped by bronzed, gleaming Adonises.  Before my heart came to adore fashion, it loved fairytale… Well, this spread marked a significant marriage of the two for me.

Magazine: Vogue – July 2007 (7-2007) Spain

Model: Linda Vojtova

Photographer: Ralph Wenig

New Jamie Nelson!!!

I’m sooooo excited! I go on the website every so often to see if any new shoots have been posted, and I must say…This one is a beaut!

Summer Blues

Collection: h&m
Stylist: Lisa Lindqwister
Photographer: John Scarisbrick

Watercolored Natalia

Model: Natalia Vodianova
Magazine: Vogue – May 2010, China

Lula Spring 2010

Spring is in full swing with these soft, pastel images. Reminiscent of lazy afternoons beneath a bright crisp sky, this editorial insinuates sweetness just around the next bend…Enjoy!
Xo
K
Magazine: Lula, Spring/Summer, 2010
Model: Dolores Doll
Photos: Sophie Delaporte

David Hamilton Demoiselles

Long famed as a controversial figure in the photography community…David Hamilton is the master of the soft focus. His images capture the subtle sensuality of women in their everyday lives. While some of his work may push the envelope according to fashion standards of the 1990’s, today their racy-ness pales in comparison to the bodies of work of, say Tom Ford or Terry Richardson. I think you all know how I feel about nudity (whatever ya got…shake whatcha got) but however you may feel about these, they have greatly influenced modern fashion expression, and are certainly art in their own right…Enjoy!!!

Xo, K

” a distinction must be
made between eroticism
and pornography; the media
have blurred the disparity to
an unforgivable degree…”

David Hamilton

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