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In light of Mario’s latest work for Holiday Magazine, Mira Mira looks back to another cult favourite, the legacy of 90s fashion bible Dutch Magazine, with this exclusive archival imagery.
Levine’s light displays, forming constellations across churches, concerts and canvases, are unlike anything else. Mira Mira stopped by his studio to see how it was done.
We asked MARIOTESTINO+'s in-house Fashion and Trends Creative Verity Pemberton, to show how the industry has continued to reinvent the wheel, with her ten favourite corset shots from Mario's archive.
For makeup connoisseurs, Val Garland needs no introduction. Holding the brush to some of the industry’s most iconic looks, her work has graced countless covers and made her a backstage fixture.
Mario teams together with some of his favourite collaborators to create a special video celebrating his Clio Fashion and Beauty Lifetime Achievement Award.
We talk with Mario about the energy that goes into his shoots, how he's inspired to keep going, and what makes a Testino shot.
Mario's global diary of people, places and things in L.A.
For Mario, the life of a travelling photographer is the only one giving him unimaginable freedom.
Sam McKnight, based in London, is a one-man force of nature responsible for dressing up and dressing down the curls and coils of the world’s best loved style icons.
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.