Sunday, May 25, 2008

Designers Recreate Esquire History

To celebrate Esquire magazine's 75th birthday, they asked some of the worlds best and most influential fashion designers to recreate some of Esquires most iconic front covers. The results are brilliant.
Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana photo by Julian Broad based on Floyd Patterson and Muhammad Ali photo by Carl Fischer (August 1966 cover)
Karl Lagerfeld photo by Karl Lagerfeld based on Richard Nixon and cultural icons photo by George Lois and Carl Fischer(June 1969 cover)
Sir. Paul Smith photo by Nadav Kander based on Andy Warhol photo by Carl Fischer (May 1969 cover)
Vivienne Westwood photo by Jurgen Teller based on army portrait of George Lois (December 1962 cover)
Giorgio Armani photo by Alice Hawkins based on Marcello Mastroianni photo by Timothy Galfas (February 1965 cover)
Tommy Hilfiger photo by Douglas Friedman based on Dustin Hoffman photo by Carl Fischer (July 1970 cover)
John Galliano photo by Jean-Baptiste Mondino based on Muhammad Ali photo by Carl Fischer (April 1968 cover)
Donatella Versace photo by Lorenzo Agius based on Roy Cohn photo by Carl Fischer (February 1968 cover)
Christopher Bailey photo by Bryan Adams based on model and pig photo by Carl Fischer (September 1969 cover)
Alber Elbaz (self-portrait) and Luscus Ossendrijver of Lanvin photo by Desmond Muckian based on models, photographed by Carl Fischer (march 1968 cover)
Miuccia Prada photo by Ilan Rubin and 2x4 based on esky cover by Henry Wolf and Dan Wynn (March 1955 cover)


Anonymous said...

fantastic imagination and execution

Arina said...

uhh! yes! i can only agree!