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Our go-see series sees MARIOTESTINO+ Fashion and Trends Creative, Verity Pemberton, share her polaroids and profiles of London’s most exciting upcoming talent.
In his new T-shirt Series, Mario showcases young talents the world over, begging the question - when everyone has a white tee, what makes you stand out?
For your next weekend in Denmark, set aside the guidebooks and maps. To show us the city at its best, Mira Mira asked the stars from Mario’s takeover of Holiday magazine to list their secret spots, date locales, and restaurant recommendations.
The lucid, dreamlike appeal of Rio affects its inhabitants in different ways. Mira Mira unveils these never-before-seen shots, directly from Mario's archive.
We teamed with the cast of Mario’s recent Vogue Hommes shoot in Rio for a playful primer on the local lingo.
The sunbaked sexuality and frantic appeal of Rio are reimagined through the filter of film noir, in this electric first look at Mario’s Vogue Hommes shoot in the Brazilian capital.
Unveiling MARIOTESTINO+'s experience of its Vogue Netherlands takeover and launch party.
Turning the camera inwards, the rising stars from Mario’s debut shoot with Double Magazine talk mirror images, growing up and viewing their lives through both sides of the lens.
Martien Mellema, Creative Director of Vogue Netherlands, selects her 10 favourite Dutch models. These are the faces that define Dutch style.
As the Chinese lunar calendar rolls over, we welcome a new Zodiac sign. To mark this Zodiac favourite, Mira Mira delved into Mario's Top Ten canine candids.
Less of a zine, more of an accessory, Visionaire has existed in a publishing ecosystem of its own making since 1992.
Mira Mira sits down with Stephen Gan, the co-founder of Visionaire and V Magazine.
Offering “a space where people go to clear their mind”, Mafalda performed live for Mira Mira.
First opening at MATE - Museo Mario Testino in 2013, Alta Moda is among Mario’s most personal works, and a rare showcase for the local people of Cusco.
William Klein welcomed Mario to his apartment in Paris, where they spoke on his raw city portraits and the shots of a lifetime.