Following the month of April, May was also full of print and online editorials that we loved. A bit of woman, a bit of fashion, and a bit of mother nature, all after the jump.
Scarlett Johansson returns as the cover star for Vanity Fair‘s May 2014 Issue. After a glamorous photo shoot at the New York Palace Hotel, Johansson sits down to discuss the latest happenings in her life. If you think you can take your eyes away from her and onto the text, the full interview is here.
“The Spring/Summer 2014 Collections” by Port Magazine
London’s Port Magazine asks their fashion director, David St John-James, to present his favorite styles from the Spring/Summer 2014 collections. The sartorial highlights include notable designers whose skills in tailored comfort are exemplified in a gallery of seaside photographs. View the warm weather threads here.
“Norway by Chris Burkard” on Monster Children
Photographer Chris Burkard documents a chilling surf experience along the Norwegian coastline for Corona Extra’s “Journeys” series. With each photo depicting the clash between man and nature, Burkard shares his sensations of fear and excitement in an engaging essay.
“Camille” by So It Goes
The latest So It Goes Magazine features photographs of the beautiful Camille Rowe by Guy Aroch. Each portrait sports a distinct vibe that truly embodies the versatility of Rowe as a model and Aroch as a photographer. You can purchase the magazine here.
“Succulents” by Cereal Magazine
The quarterly food and travel magazine informs us about the glamorous world of succulents. Line Klein photographs unique forms of shrubbery against minimalistic backgrounds and Charlie Lee-Potter pens with his well-articulated knowledge on them. Read more here.
Styled by Way Perry, the upcoming Topman Fall/Winter 2014 collection appears flawless. Properly layered outfits, an array of garments ranging from dark to bright, and a keen attention to detail make their lookbook tasteful and unique. If you don’t believe us, browse the looks here.
Classic Made-in-the-US Levi’s is back. The Orange Label presents a lookbook with a vintage aesthetic that not only epitomizes the brand’s roots, but also iconic 1960s style. It’s never too late to revive these nostalgic free-spirited vibes. Check out the lookbook here.
IRÈNE: Erotic Fanzine continues to illustrate the more eloquent side of eroticism with its recent Issue #5 release. Our favorite spread from the multimedia publication is this series on close-ups and focuses of particular body parts, others hidden behind playful Hawaiian-print curtains. See more of the magazine here and purchase it here.