Thursday, July 30, 2009

Washed Out

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78 comments:

The Stylish Wanderer said...

Hmmmmm I like it.

Especially the fourth one.

Monika P. said...
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Monika P. said...

totally love this editorials! Every syle is different from the most feminine to a little bit of rock star! Just like your style;)! I also sometimes love to add a little bit of tom boy or rock chic to my outfit. Or mix feminity with masculinity;) Just great! Next time when you'll go to Europe, I would like to meet you;)!I am just soo interested how life in America looks like;) Is it really different than European life?

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Hawa said...

tres chic!

the art cupboard said...

wonderful photo's i do love magazines, i like how you ripped out the pages and placed them on the hard wood floor, makes an excellent backdrop

Olga said...

I love the idea of placing pages on a wooden floor. A bit like they're strewn by the wind.

mikaela said...

i especially like the 8th one

WERONIKA said...

like it, but please Karla put some pics of your room ;):)

Tiana said...

I have the 5th 6th and 7th photos. :)
i love the 9th.

Justine-R said...

OMG I like it


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The Biche said...

The lingeri on the thirt picture is exactly what I'm looking for! Gorgeous. Do you know the brand?

KAELA said...

Dayyyyyyeeeemmmm...
that third one is sexual!
...and I love the tea cups in the fourth! :)




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quelle said...

i love how you've photographed these. plus all these pieces of editorials are great.

Leslee said...

I know I have to agree with "The Biche" the lingerie is so cute. I really like the femininity it exudes.
x)

Lilee said...

love it.

karla said...

the biche: the lingerie is actually from victoria's secret!

Noa said...

So cool!

great pictures!


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katie t. said...

I have the third one, but in slip version. It's divine.

Anonymous said...

is that you on the 8th pic? :-)

playwithfashion said...

Nice inspirations!

Brigadeiro said...

COOL pics/pages! :)
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Lily said...

Gorgeous editorials the sixth one is my favourite, the background to it is so echanting and beautiful

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i like th 3rd last n last one!!!

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Nataliexxx said...

Really like images 1,5,9 & 11

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dorsey said...

ohhh...thats nice images. hi my name is dorsey adi and i big fan of the closer tv show. i watch The closer tv show every season and episodes.

Francheska said...

the blazer in the 5th photo is just incredible!
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rebecca said...

i have to say i do love al those pictures you tore out! the other day me and my friend went through old vogues and tore out all the pictures we liked and stuck the on my wall! it looks amazing! you should try it!

Jenny Cindy said...

Those are all so incredibly beautiful and inspiring. Also love the photographs of the pages lying on the floor..cool idea!

johanna said...

i nearly died at the sequin blazer photo.

Sasi said...

Love N.4, 9, 10.

victoriadiazs said...

love them. thanks for sharing. and love the idea of putting them on tthe floor. :D

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Ashley said...

I like how you just took photos of these against the floor. Cooool ed!

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ichigo-chii said...

Nice way to present a magazine ^-^

Pearl Westwood said...

some really inspiring images here, I love the double stripes and bow in the last image x
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Sophia and Mary said...

whoa the bows/hat/plastic plate/tea cup! fab head wear!

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Frazoa, Filipa said...

Just love all of the pictures, but my fav. are the first one, 8 and 9!

tam-goddes said...

LAS FOTOS SON INCREIBLES! UN BESAZO :)

Bette V. said...

I love all of them, last one is my favourtite. Great inspiration!

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CH!C $hock said...

love the first and seventh one.
very posh.

Patricia Ann said...

I'm totally digging the embellished jackets. That disco one totally reminds me of Lady Gaga in one of her concert outfits.

The first photo at a glance looks a bit like Mary-Kate Olsen.

Zarna said...

i looove the shoulders in the second photo.

im obsessed with all thing pieces with accented shoulders for the fall!

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Isabel said...

The sixth picture - probably my favourite Vogue editorial of all time, from the Sept. 2007 issue.

amyyyyy. said...

I love these, especially the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 7th, and 9th! :D

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Hayley said...

Wow, I love all these editorials! Where are they from?
They all remind me of your style so much, all amazing images.

Hayley.
xx

Ms. Butterfly said...

What a personal touch! Fierce woman named Karla.

Michelle said...

LOVE the nude and black bra


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Meream said...

Those are amazing photos! But did you rip them from a mag? That's kinda a sin. :D

hia said...

i love it.
especially the 5th one...


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Anonymous said...

when are you going to do a video of your room and closet!!!!!!!!

Supercalifragi Fashion said...

i recognize some ELLE photos hihi the fourth and tenth those photos are great!

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harps said...

ugh I can't tear up magazines! love the shot of coco and ? in the archway

kristina michelle said...

photo #7 spread was one of my favorites from nylon. great pick!

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pink horrorshow said...

Mmm, that silver sequined blazer is sick.

KARLA DERAS HAS AN IQ OF A BANNANANANANA said...

Why do people shit themselves over every little fucking thing you do. About 90% of your commenters are dumb girls without any grasp of reality outside the cyber fashion world. Fashion lies beyond blogs and American Apparel and your ridiculous cliche outfits. I, on the other hand, am here to make you accountable for your lack of awareness/sincerity/authenticity/class.

You seriously just used your time to 1. rip out mediocre editorials 2. take pictures of them 3. scan them.

What do you do with yourself? Do you have a job? Do you have any clue of reality? No, posing for AA ads and Lucky magazine doesn't mean you are talented or smart. It means that these powerhouses have smart enough marketing teams to recognize that you have internet power, not intelligence or merit.

I could be wrong. Maybe you're brilliant and you do all of this stupid shit to fuck with people. Maybe you are smart and super self aware and just understand that people will be drawn to an dull, unchallenging dumb fashion blogger who says, "i wish i had a lisp".

Can't wait til your server crashes.

Bombshell Kitten said...

Interesting collection, very dramatic shots.

caylee said...

yeah the way you took photos of photos...basically awesome.

and they are all so good! i love the third one from nylon.

olya baileys said...

#1,6,7 are the best!

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Giulia said...

I just red thecomment on July 31...uhm...impressive...

Anyway, cute the last page! It reminds me of some pics of Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist) with Eva. It was a behind the scenes of the Italian Elle.

:)

Rayna said...

hey, these shots are sooo cool, i can see why you like them! and this is a wierd aside, but I really like your floor as well! :oP

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Anonymous said...

Karla,

I love your style, and eye for a great picture! I'm loving the hardwood floor backdrop!

xxx-Chelsea

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Anonymous said...

You remind me a bit of Keira Knightley!
Great pics!
x

Hannah said...

I have so many of those pages in my little collage portfolio thing. It's funny recognizing them.

Becca Jane said...

so many great inspirational editorials

ELLE said...

Are these all from one magazine!? Which mag is the 4th from the bottom from? I love that image!

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Fascinating photos. I love the how womens clothing was presented. Really a magnificent fashion.

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