Image via Interview Germany's Facebook
Here's Heidi Klum looking like someone else entirely (fellow model Claudia Schiffer, maybe?) on the cover of Interview Germany's March Issue. From a strategy standpoint, it can't be smart to squander the German model's celebrity by publishing a cover where she looks unrecognizable, but I like the surreal aspect of the image — which balances Heidi's obscured face with the overexposed photo print on her swimsuit — and respect its boldness.
I'm being too mild: in reality this cover made my heart sing. I decided to make my own face-print swimsuit, but unfortunately had a hard time following Heidi's lead and not making myself the center of attention. Since I ended up using a photo of my own face, I decided my creation had to be menswear:
I've already recieved three orders.
A magician's never supposed to reveal her tricks, but since I'm not a magician I can tell you how to customize a pair of board shorts with a giant photo of your face: Click over to Shortomatic.com. Or you can really go for it with a personalized bikini at Kinimatic.com.