Muito Marlon

May 6th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

Made in Brazil devotes their latest issue to one of male modeling’s most iconic Brazilians, Marlon Teixeira, whose curly locks, tanned skin, and toned abs have made him a constant presence in campaigns and magazines throughout his many years in the industry. The incomparable Bruce Weber opens the issue with a hand-drawn sketch of Teixeira and a tender introduction comparing him to “some unexplainable aquatic mystery.”

In the rest of the issue, Milan Vukmirovic shoots Teixeira in a collection of vintage sports cars dressed by George Cortina in little more than a fur throw, while Cristiano Madureira finds him at home with his surfboard on Santa Catarina. Fellow Brazilian superstar Caroline Trentini joins Teixeira for a classically clean feature by Gui Paganini styled by Renata Correa, while Rodrigo Calazans, Diego Miguel, and Leo Bruno all also star in their own editorials. After the success of the previous International Issue, all-American Calvin Klein favorite Clark Bockelman holes up in a rustic beach shack in a story by Matthew Scrivens styled by Benjamin Sturgill, bringing together an issue that offers the best of Brazil to the world and vice versa. Take a look at our exclusive preview of the new issue, out Friday, below.

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Cover by Bruce Weber

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Photos by Bruce Weber

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Cristiano Madureira (shot in Marlon’s home in Santa Catarina)

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Photographer Cristiano Madureira (shot in Marlon’s home in Santa Catarina)

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Marlon Teixeira and Caroline Trentini/ Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Leo Bruno/ Photographer Dean Isidro/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Leo Bruno/ Photographer Dean Isidro/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Diego Miguel/ Photographer Matthew Brookes (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )/ Stylist Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)

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Clark Bockelman/ Photographer Matthew Scrivens (De Facto)/ Stylist Benjamin Sturgill

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Clark Bockelman/ Photographer Matthew Scrivens (De Facto)/ Stylist Benjamin Sturgill

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Marco Alvez/ Photographer Cristiano Madureira/ Stylist Juliano Corbetta

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Rodrigo Calazans/ Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)

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Caian Maroni/ Photographer Greg Vaughan/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Caian Maroni/ Photographer Greg Vaughan/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Back Cover Marlon Teixeira and Caroline Trentini/ Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa


High Noon

May 4th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Noon Magazine’s third issue keeps the British biannual on its artistic tracks, not veering far from unwonted imagery and graphically inspired editorials. Zoe Ghertner shoots the poignant cover photo with bright emerald green eyes staring fixedly outward. Charlie Engman returns to his enigmatic flavor of visuals, this time juxtaposing internet search results with his frequently photographed muse–and mom. Top newcomer Bhumika Arora poses for Mel Bles in a reflective and multifaceted editorial styled by Lyson MarchessaultBrett Lloyd and stylist Jack Borkett tune into what’s feeling modern in a minimal fashion story. Here’s an exclusive preview of the issue:

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Mom by Charlie Engman, Styling by Clare Byrne


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Bhumika Arora by Mel Bles (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), styling by Lyson Marchessault (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


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Martha, Finnlay & Gary by Brett Lloyd (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), Styling by Jack Borkett, Hair by Teiji Utsumi, Makeup by Nami Yoshida


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By Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management)
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Torrents of Summer

May 4th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

With ever-burgeoning potential, and just recently landing her first U.S. glossy cover on the front of Harper’s Bazaar, the inextinguishable Anna Ewers reaches another milestone covering British Vogue’s June 2015 issue–her first time to do so. Shaded as to not outshine the sun, she appears radiant photographed by Patrick Demarchelier and clad in a classic beachwear by Clare Richardson. A sunned glow from Gucci Westman and windswept hair by Teddy Charles keep her looks in line with the coming of summer.

Photo by Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce), Styled by Clare Richardson (Camilla Lowther Management), Makeup by Gucci Westman (Art + Commerce), Hair by Teddy Charles (Art + Commerce)


Clear Eyes, Full Hearts

April 30th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia comment (1)

HERO Magazine celebrates small-town hopes and big-city dreams with their latest issue, out today with a powerful cover featuring pop’s favorite bad boy Justin Bieber photographed by Hedi Slimane. Bruce Weber contributes thirty years’ worth of slices of all-American life while Danielle Levitt explores the motocross cult of Plant City, Florida. Designer Kevin Carrigan talks about the clean appeal of Calvin Klein, while DIIV’s Zachary Cole Smith offers insight into his latest album. Rising actors like Max Irons, Jack Falahee, and Timothée Chalamet discuss their craft, and the legendary filmmaker Larry Clark sits down for a lengthy talk. On the fashion side, Sebastian Kim showcases the rural life in a feature styled by Gro Curtis, while Dario Catellani pays homage to down-home hairstyles in a quirky preview of the summer and fall ahead. Take an exclusive first look at the issue below.

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Photographer Alessio Boni  | Styling Samantha Traina (New York: Streeters New York, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles)

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Photographer Nicolas Kern  | Styling Stella Greenspan

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Photographer Bruce Weber

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Photographer Alessio Boni | Styling Gro Curtis

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Photographer Danielle Levitt (Camilla Lowther Management) | Styling Taryn Bensky

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Photographer  Dario Catellani (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Styling James Valeri (Home Agency) | Hair Holli Smith (New York: Total Management, Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management)

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Photographer  Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists)| Styling Gro Curtis

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Photographer Fabien Kruszelnicki  | Styling Zarina Humayun

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Justin Bieber by Hedi Slimane


Asymmetries and Ambiguities

April 29th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comments (2)

Steven Meisel delivered his visual quintessence for Prada’s pre-fall 2015 campaign. Appearing determined with penetrating glares, the duos Maartje Verhoef, Niels Trispel, Willow Hand, Artur Chruszcz, Aya Jones, Johannes Spaas, Natalie Westling, Finnlay Davis, Julia Nobis, & Tim Schuhmacher are a mixture of the freshest new faces and some Prada favorites. If Julia feels familiar it’s because she can add this to her Meisel-résumé, marking her second one for the brand along with her four covers of Vogue Italia. The pre-fall looks work tartan prints and mild pomp against the understated, and the introspective group executes that identity well, preparing us for the colder days to come. In Prada’s own words, the images play with “asymmetries and ambiguities” and elicit “elegance, poise and dare”. The campaign has the definitive feel of Meisel’s classic, cast-centric work and Miuccia’s visionary originality.

Photographer: Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) Designer: Miuccia Prada

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Finnlay DavisJulia Nobis / Artur ChruszczAya Jones

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Natalie WestlingNiels Trispel /  Johannes SpaasJulia Nobis

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Natalie Westling, Tim Schuhmacher / Louis BauvirMaartje Verhoef

 

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Seven For Spring

April 29th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

British men’s biannual Seventh Man Magazine celebrates the arrival of spring this week with their latest issue, featuring a cheery Jon Kortajarena winking from the cover. He shows off his dance moves in a story within by Lawrence Thomas, dressed in vibrant prints by Dean Hau. The editor-in-chief Hau also photographs and styles Mariano Ontañon in a vivid feature, while John-Paul Pietrus brings a dark, moody Seventies vibe in his story. Michael Morgan and Jace Moody play with pups and Charlie Ayres Taylor and Jack Mather showcase Yohji Yamamoto’s menswear. Profiles of a clutch of rising British actors, including Russell Tovey and Matthew Beard—just nominated for a Tony for his work in Skylight—round out the issue, which also asks, in a feature spotlighting the season’s quirkiest pieces, “Who wants to be normal anyway?” Take a look at an exclusive preview of the new issue, out this week, below.

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Dreamland

April 28th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For the latest issue of Vogue Turkey photographers Sean and Seng take cover girl Sam Rollinson sightseeing in dreamland. The inside story, through the photo-duo’s signature wistful and dreamy perspective, features the Brit beautified by natural half-light in Margate, a seaside British town in Thanet; of which the painter JMW Turner remarked, “the skies over Thanet are the loveliest in all Europe”. That silken light serves up a sublime ambience for Sam in spring couture styled by Konca Aykan and posh hair and makeup provided by Cyndia Harvey and Lotten Holmqvist. Check out the exclusive preview of the spread below and the cover here.

Images courtesy of Sean and Seng (Management + Artists)

Photographers Sean and Seng (Management + Artists) | Styling Konca Aykan | Hair Cyndia Harvey (Streeters London) | Makeup Lotten Holmqvist


I am Legend

April 27th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comments (12)

For Vogue Brasil’s fortieth birthday, they laud none other than their own Brazilian legend, Gisele Bundchen. Though she walked her last show in the recent São Paolo Fashion Week, ending 20 years on the runway, the mega-model and mother continues to raise her fabled career to even more illustrious proportions. The cover shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin puts an unclothed and statuesque Gisele on a pedestal looking absolutely immortal. A very apropos choice.

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Photographer Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin | Creative Director Giovanni Bianco | Hair Didier Malige (Art Partner) | Makeup Dick Page (Jed Root)


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