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Imaan Hammam - Vogue Paris September 2014

Photographer:Mario Sorrenti

Fashion Editor: Marie Chaix

Hair: Recine

Make-up: Peter Philips

[TOP 100 MOVIES]

A film by Arthur Penn
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren Beaty
Screenplay: David Newman, Robert Benton
Cinematography: Burnett Guffey

"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.

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Sculptures by Antony Gormley

British sculptor  , 60, becomes primarily organic forms of her body in geometric shapes. Gormley and his team has developed software that can translate into geometric shapes in the body.
His most famous work is the ” Angel of the North “, a giant sculpture is 20 meters high and instead of arms, it has huge wings of an airplane and measure 54 wide.
These are very interesting sculptures made of different shapes always getting the same purpose, shape your body. It also has drawings very interesting.

Time And Businessweek’s Ferguson Covers Are Stunning For More Than One Reason

For its cover on the crisis in Ferguson, Time chose this stark, powerful image. The picture would seem very appropriate, but its use is all the more resonant because the photographer behind the camera is Scott Olson, one of the many journalists arrested for documenting what was taking place in the Missouri town.

Olson also happened to take the picture that graces the equally powerful cover of Businessweek.