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8 posts tagged "Pamela Anderson"

For His Polaroid Project with Raphael Mazzucco, Peter Beard Makes It Messy


Polaroids  by Peter Beard

In a Chelsea photo studio last month, the scene was a jungle of sorts. Nothing as literal as palm-frond props—but there was a baby tiger and toxic ooze seeping out of jumbo Polaroids that Peter Beard had laid on the floor. Beard’s friend/muse/producer, Natalie White, warned no one in particular: “Don’t step in the goo! You’ll burn your feet off!”

Beard, naturally, was braving the terrain in socks. Now in his seventies, the man famous for his adventures in Africa seems as dismissive as ever of caution or over-planning. Beard made his way through the chaos in sweatpants, a wet paintbrush in hand. “I try and make it messy,” he said. “We don’t like chic.”

Raphael Mazzucco

That “we” includes Raphael Mazzucco, the photographer Beard partnered with for the four-day shoot. White (who’s also worked with Olivier Zahm and Will Cotton) made it happen, but the two photographers are friends from Montauk, where both have houses. Another thing they’ve got in common: a portfolio full of beauties. Beard’s contains everything from Veruschka for Vogue in the seventies to the 2009 Pirelli calendar; Mazzucco’s, the stacked rosters of Sports Illustrated and Victoria’s Secret. They were working separately, thus offering Angela Lindvall, Noot Seear, Pamela Anderson, and the other models who came by the opportunity to do a two-for-one. And each was flexing his own style: Beard double-exposing images of African wildlife over models and Mazzucco experimenting with baby powder and colored gels.

Both were happy to leave a lot of the process up to chance, and neither had any particular plans for the images. “London would be good,” was as specific as Mazzucco got. For the time being, the only place to see them is

Photos: Peter Beard (top); Raphael Mazzucco (bottom)

Kate And Pippa The Action Figures, Arielle Dombasle To Perform At Loulou de la Falaise’s Funeral, Juergen Teller’s New Book, And More…


The U.S. toy company Hero Builders has turned Kate and Pippa Middleton into action figures. Both the dolls are supposedly wearing their dresses from the royal wedding, but let’s just say the toy company didn’t do any justice to the girls, or Sarah Burton’s craftsmanship. [Huff Po]

Actress Arielle Dombasle has been announced as part of the lineup for Loulou de la Falaise’s funeral today. Dombasle will sing and French Culture Minister Frédéric Mitterrand and Pierre Bergé are both reportedly speaking. [WWD]

For his new book, Get a Life, Juergen Teller convinced Pamela Anderson to run around looking disheveled while he photographed her. The untouched Anderson photos are unpublished images from Juergen’s Spring 2010 Vivienne Westwood campaign. [Hint]

An Albert Watson photo of Kate Moss at 19 years old is set to be auctioned off alongside shots of Brigitte Bardot by Terry O’Neill and a Corinne Day portrait of Moss. Watson’s Moss photo depicts the supermodel naked on a rooftop in Marrakech. [Vogue U.K.]

The Kid Is All Right, Birthday Wishes For Anna And Viv, Hip To Be Square, And More…


Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana hosted a party in Milan for Justin Bieber. While Dolce admits that “it might be slightly premature to talk about him as a style icon,” he’s definitely dressing the Dolce & Gabbana part at the moment (left)—just us, or do you see a slight resemblance here? [Vogue U.K.]

Happy birthday to Anna Dello Russo, who celebrated hers on Saturday. Tributes of shoe cards and blog-design-mimicking birthday cakes have already come pouring in, so we’ll just add our good wishes to the pile. [Styleite]

Speaking of birthdays, last week, Dame Vivienne Westwood celebrated her 70th. Her friend and sometime campaign star Pamela Anderson got her what might just be the perfect present: 70 acres of rain forest. [Telegraph]

And Racked checks in with Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman’s men’s fashion director Nick Wooster, who sounds off on the must-have menswear item of the moment: the pocket square. [Racked]

Photo: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

Yea, Nay, or Eh?: Pamela Anderson, Comeback Kid


Pamela Anderson is usually spotted around her home base of Malibu, sporting cotton beach dresses and Uggs. But she’s left the beach behind for a stint playing the Genie in the London stage adaptation of Aladdin, and with a few other irons in the fire—reportedly a clothing line and pop album, both in the works for early 2010—she’s stepping up her fashion game, too.

For the full London look, there’s no one better than Dame Vivienne Westwood, and the designer has taken a real shine to Anderson this year: Pam appeared in her Spring ’09 print campaign and on the runway for her Fall ’09 show. English paps snapped the actress outside a London eatery looking positively edgy in a Westwood Anglomania plaid wrap coat and Red Label booties. We love a fashion comeback here at, and we have to say she looks good. What do you think? Can Pammy work a high-fashion look, or is she better off sticking to the red swimsuit?

Photo: Tony Clark / Splash News

David Lynch for Dior, Judienna Heat Up, and More…


David Lynch is rumored to be directing the latest installment of Christian Dior‘s Lady Dior mini movies, starring Marion Cotillard and, bien sûr, a handbag. Galliano plus Lynch? If a commercial could be nominated for an Oscar, this would be on our list. [WWD]

For old flames, Jude Law and Sienna Miller are spending an awful lot of time together for us not to get suspicious. We will refrain from speculation until at least one more news cycle. [Page Six]

Could Will Smith be Marc Jacobs’ newest cover boy? The actor is appearing in the designer’s duds exclusively when he attends President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize presentation in Oslo next week. Someone call Juergen Teller—let’s make an ad out of this. [WWD]

Pamela Anderson is coming to fashion week. She and Richie Rich are launching A*Muse, a new line she’ll be modeling come February. Suddenly the Baby Phat show sounds sort of dull. [Page Six]

Photo: Roger Harvey/Globe Photos/