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After 35 years of photographing the world’s most striking women, the Peruvian-born star photographer, Mario Testino, turns his lens the other way, putting men centre stage. Sir, published by Taschen, is his largest book to-date and an intimate look at masculinity in all its forms.
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French-Algerian photographer Michel Haddi made his name shooting fashion and celebrities and then went on to start his own publishing house. Based between London and New York, he’s now a celebrity in his own right.
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Vampire motifs, women sprayed in blood or adorned with slabs of raw meat, guns and black eyes, Barbies with nosebleeds, an obese lady wearing nothing but a gigantic Hershey’s chocolate bar, Louboutin shoes burned down to their frames. Photographer Tyler Shields loves pushing buttons. Especially the ones that aren’t on his camera.
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David LaChapelle is one of the world’s most highly paid, most sought-after artists. Bespoke queries this multi-faceted legend on just how he is influencing an entire generation with his aesthetic.
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your picks
Filmmaker Alejandro Landes’ glorious contemporary home in Miami, on the shores of Biscayne Bay, is as captivating as a cinematic masterpiece.
Kuwaiti artist and designer Nanu Al Hamad likes to shock and surprise through a body of work that defies categorisation, let alone convention.
With her experimental and architectural ready-to-wear label Reemami, the young Sharjah-based Palestinian fashion designer Reema Al Banna is a rising star to keep an eye out for.
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