While the LOVE Magazine website is undergoing a bit of a makeover en ce moment, as they say, and so in the meantime, Editor in Chief Katie Grand has commissioned various guest editors to take over the homepage, with their own personal selections.
1. Kate Moss aged 15 by Glen Luchford
Glen says: "I have no memory of taking this picture, and I can't say I recognize the apartment it was taken in, but it's been stuck in my diary ever since."
If you head over to thelovemagazine.co.uk right now you can see the handiwork of legendary fashion snapper and filmmaker Glen Luchford who’s been in the business for more than a few years and has the spectacular back catalogue to prove it.
Over at the mag, they say; ‘Here at LOVE we've all been utterly obsessed with Glen's instagram stream - a mix of polaroids, experiments, behind the scenes images and personal memories all documenting an amazing career.’ Hear hear.
2. "Kensal Road" With Jess Hallet and Kate Moss
Glen says; 'I seem to have make up on again.'
Over the years Glen has worked for such clients including Prada, Chloe, Alberta Ferretti, Sportmax, Costume National, YSL, NARS, DVF, Valentino, Levi's, Mercedes Benz, VW, Hugo Boss, Joop, Jaguar, Barney’s and Calvin Klein. Phew!.
On the other side of the coin, he has created memorable portraits including Dennis Hopper, Willem Defoe, Rooney Mara, Elizabeth Olsen, Madonna, Björk, and Tilda Swinton – which have appeared in numerous international publications.
3. Kate Moss on The Face Magazine, March 1993
Glen says; 'My first magazine cover.'
His amzingly imaginative fashion editorial work is regularly featured in leading magazines such as French Vogue, Italian Vogue, British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Self Service, LOVE, Dazed & Confused, Vanity Fair, AnOther Magazine, Purple, V Magazine, Interview and W.
Oh, and he’s known Kate Moss, like, forever. Here are a few of the archive shots he’s shared on LOVE....
4. "US Vogue"
Glen says; 'With Christy Turlington, Drew Jarret behind. Brana Wolf, Lucia P and Jack. The story was killed but the Polaroid lives on.'