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First Look: Philosophy Magazine No. 3

April 17th, 2014 Posted by Matthew » Post a comment

One great benefit of fashion’s international presence is the strong cultural diversity that influences the industry on a global scale. Designers, models, photographers, and magazines all hail from different backgrounds, contributing to a shared fashion identity that’s unlike many other industries. Though all eyes are typically fixed on New York, Paris, London, and Milan, it is important to recognize the various worlds from which talents emerge. Doing just that has been the mission of Hungary’s Philosophy Magazine, headquartered in Budapest, for over a year. With Issue No. 3 just in time for Spring/Summer 2014, the Philosophy team has dedicated its third digital edition to “Talent,” a tribute to the emerging artists who’ve helped to assemble the magazine so far. Photographer Bojana Tatarska shot F/W ’14 newcomer Alisa Ahmann for a surreal cover shoot, and Melodie Jeng captured Hungarian models Kate Kondas and Bogi Safran at home in New York and Paris. Elsewhere the issue features Timea Pampuk posing with works by Hungarian artist Kyan Smith and an entire spread dedicated to new works by Budapest art photographer Bence Bakonyi. Take a look at all Philosophy’s Talent has to offer below and at philosophy-magazine.com.

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Ph. Bojana Tatarska / Fashion Editor  Andrej Skok / Model Alisa Ahmann

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Ph. Bence Bakonyi

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Ph. Wanda Martin / Fashion Editor – Kissmark / Models – Christy & Camilla @ Icon

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Ph. Akos Rajnai / Fashion Editor – Orsolya Poppre / Model – Bernadett Vidacs

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Ph. Oleg Borisuk / Fashion Editor – Hajnalka Bognar / Model – Timea

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Ph. Melodie Jeng / Models Tamara Hatlacki & Laura Pfeiffer

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Natural Wonder

April 16th, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

Sometimes the simplest styles are the very best and in Will Davidson‘s refined story for Vogue Australia, senior fashion editor Christine Centenera creates a pared down look set against a woodland backdrop. Crista Cober‘s lush beauty comes to the forefront as she sports minimal styles from Stella McCartney, Hermès, Céline and Josh Goot. Working with a palette of neutrals and easy going separates like transparent button-down shirts or menswear influenced overcoats Centenera creates a modern wardrobe fit for everywoman. Combining these basic pieces with the serene natural setting and Davidson’s dreamy photographic style shows that even the most uncomplicated look can imbue the wearer with a powerful allure.

Added bonus: Davidson does double duty within the issue shooting this editorial and the impressive cover story of seminal Aussie pop diva, Kylie Minogue who he captures in a grand, romantic style.

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Bad Attitude

April 16th, 2014 Posted by Matthew » Post a comment

German Vogue – Dark Boom from Greg Kadel Studios on Vimeo.

No matter how seasons may change or temperatures might rise, the cool kids will never surrender their trusty leather. Evoking that rebel spirit fashion is always pursuing, Greg Kadel latest editorial for Vogue Germanys May 2014 issue features Zlata Mangafic and Devon Windsor in a standout series of black-and-white photos. Rocking bold leather, sharp tailoring, and overstated accessories styled by Nicola Knels, Zlata and Devon strike an enviable balance of confidence and candor in this testament to fashion’s most trusted color palette. Taking a closer look at the undeniable allure of statement-making leather, Kadel’s short video features Zlata and Devon looking chic from every angle, proving once more that attitude will forever be fashion’s best accessory.

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The Outsiders

April 15th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

Fashion relies on outcasts, originals and those with a voracious need for what’s next – Dazed & Confused‘s latest issue salutes those visionary spirits. A Givenchy clad Mariacarla Boscono graces the first cover in an arresting image styled by Panos Yiapanis. Sporting multiple piercings and a wealth of sequins paired with simple tartans in Willy Vanderperre (Art Partner)’s cover shot, Mariacarla serves as the perfect representation of fashion fearlessness. The eternally cool Jamie Bochert sports archival Ann Demeulemeester styled by Katy England on her cover for an apt depiction of the nonchalant edginess Demeulemeester’s label embodies. Celebrated Belgian actors Matthias Schoenaerts and Veerle Baetens feature on two limited edition covers also shot by Vanderperre and styled by Robbie Spencer. The famous duo serve as the start of an epic 50 page fashion story dedicated to the rise of the Belgian underground and its cultural impact.

For more on Dazed SS14 head over to Dazed Digital

 

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Mariacarla Boscono  / Styling Panos Yiapanis / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Jamie Bochert / Styling Katy England / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Mariacarla Boscono  / Styling Panos Yiapanis / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Elise Crombez / Styling Katy England / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Felix Hermans / Styling by Robbie Spencer / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Viktor Van Pelt / Styling by Robbie Spencer / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Bent Simons / Styling by Robbie Spencer / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Mariacarla Boscono / Styling Panos Yiapanis / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Veerle Baetens  / Styling by Robbie Spencer / Photography by Willy Vanderperre

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Metal Magic

April 15th, 2014 Posted by models.com » Post a comment

Sport and fashion combine in the pages of METAL Magazine‘s new issue with a spirited selection of editorials that focus on movement, grace and agility. Utilizing the season’s heavily patterned runway pieces and an impressive roster of contributors, Metal creates a youthful vibe that is downright infectious. The dual covers with Nika Cole on the cover in paint splattered Celine set against a graffiti background and Max Lester looking nonchalant in Frederik Heyman’s trippy imagery, set the stage for an issue that pushes into the surreal while exploring the best elements of statement dressing.

For even more Metal check out Revista Metal.com

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Ph. Mari Sarai / Model Nika Cole / Fashion Editor Raquel Garcia

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Ph. Mathilde Agius / Fashion Editor -Melina Nicolaide

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Ph. Arnaud LaJeune / Model - Franzi Mueller

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Ph. Baud Postma / Model - Alina Levichkina

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Ph. Frederik Heyman / Model - Max Lester

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Orange Crush

April 14th, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

There is only one color that matters in Jem Mitchell‘s striking new Vogue China story, but what a color it is. Juicy, pop off the page orange features in every look, covering Shu Pei Qin from head to toe and even giving her a fiery new coif for good measure. Jeanine Lobell paints Shu Pei in citrusy shades while Neil Moodie (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) provides the aforementioned neon tresses. Mitchell’s saturated imagery takes you up close capturing each look in all it’s vivid beauty.

View the full story on Jem Mitchell.co.uk

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Slimane Selected

April 11th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

Hedi Slimane knows what he likes – clean lines, sharp cuts and a heavy dose of black and white. The famed designer / photographer also has an impeccable eye for beauty, so when Slimane selects a beauty to front his campaign the fashion world takes notice. American beauty Grace Hartzel stars in Saint Laurent Paris‘ pre-fall ads expertly conveying the sensuality and insouciant chic that the label has come to represent. Hartzel captures the vibe so well that in addition to being the face of pre-fall, Slimane enlisted her for the line’s permanent collection ads too.

View the full campaign in the MDC fashion database

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Just One Look

April 11th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

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A beautiful girl, a strategically applied swipe of eyeliner and a powerful glare – all you need to make a truly exquisite cover. Vivanco and McNeil deliver on the frontpage of May’s issue and the striking image whets our appetite for Russia’s official style bible.

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