A model displays the collection of Italian luxury brand Diesel at its China's first flagship shop unveiling ceremony, at Henglong Plaza on November 26, 2005 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
Madeline is the first person with Down's syndrome to ever stride down a runway as a model during New York Fashion Week. Here: Model Madeline Stuart stands backstage between two male models at New York Fashion Week in New York City, U.S., September 6, 2018. (Photo by Andrew Kelly/Reuters)
For 20 years, Joann Biondi worked as a freelance writer. Then one day she adopted a kitten that had been tossed in a garbage can and left for dead. That kitten had an unusual quirk; he liked to wear clothes and pose for the camera. So Joann started shooting, and then she got serious about photography. Fast forward four years and that kitten is now Lorenzo the Cat, a feline art photography project that has gotten both the cat and the photographer a lot of attention; gallery shows, museum exhibits, and stories in major media outlets throughout the world. Amid it all Lorenzo has remained a mellow dude who still likes to roll around in the dirt, chase lizards, and knock things off the kitchen counter when his food bowl is empty.
Production Designer Stuart Craig was on hand today at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter to reveal one of the best kept secrets of the tour: the incredibly detailed model of Hogwarts castle used in the films.
Marge Simpson may be many things (doting mother, long-suffering wife, erratic driver), but she’s not usually a style icon. Thanks to artist Alexsandro Palombo – known for his irreverent and colourful fashion cartoons – she is now, as he re-imagines her in some of the most iconic dresses of all time. Photo: Marge Simspon in “Fire Suit”, Thierry Mugler.
A model of a ghost made from translucent fibreglass is lit from inside at Gem's (Wax Models) Ltd, in the Portobello Road area of west London. The ghost is due to go to the Capistrano Mission Museum in California, where tourists are told the legend of how he frightened a young Indian girl novice to death. 1st May 1965. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features)