Dita Von Teese Portraits Cannes 2013
by Fabrizio Maltese
“The burlesque star (in Dolce & Gabbana) was photographed at the Club Les Marches at the Palais des Festivals. Von Teese attended the festival as a Cointreau ambassador and performed May 20 at Nikki Beach.” – The Hollywood Reporter
Dita by Perou
This photoshoot was commissioned for Flaunt magazine. The September, 2003 issue, I think… my copy is in storage. It’s the one Dita mentioned in My Friend Jean Paul Gaultier, by Dita Von Teese for The Daily Beast.
All shots are in high resolution, except for the last two. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find better quality versions. Dita.net probably has them.
“The Brooklyn exhibit will have things like, for example, Dita Von Teese, because I think she’s fantastic. The first time I saw her, I was a fan and I am still a fan of [her ex] Marilyn Manson, and I went to see him because we are supposed to do something for our show, and she was with him, and I said, “My God.” She is more Parisian than the Parisians. She was, oh, perfect. And hair — black, black, black, black, black — porcelain, lipstick, perfect. The makeup: perfect. Everything. In attire, chic. Super black, black, black, black. I’m like, “[Am I] dreaming, or what?””
- Jean Paul Gaultier On Dita Von Teese
Dita Von Teese by Sean McCall
White Tulle Dress
Sean McCall has done an extensive amount of work with Dita Von Teese since the mid 1990′s. Dita, Erotic Fantasies released just a portion of it. Many of the photo sets from this era are scattered online. Some are available to members of dita.net in high resolution, as well as more recent sets by McCall. The full White Tulle Dress set is available in black and white to members of dita.net.
Immo Kurier (Austria) 19 March, 2011
Photography by Christophe Mourthé
As far as I can ascertain, Kurier is a Austrian newspaper and this is an accompanying magazine.
The shoot features Artificium Furnishings in Dita’s Paris apartment. The article is also on the Kurier.at website. There was a press release and photo shoot released via dita.net as well. I’ve also included some higher resolution photos after the scans.