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An Artist’s Touch

August 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Marina Abramovic.
Freja Beha Erichsen.
Pop Magazine.

An inventive cover image that leaves us wanting more.

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Philo-sophy

August 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fei Fei Sun and Ming Xi showcase the finest pieces from Celine in Vogue China‘s editorial tribute to Phoebe Philo‘s minimalist look. Shot by Stockton Johnson and styled by Kevin Chow, the story is sleek and understated, just like Phoebe’s designs.

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Portrait of a Lady

August 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Pop Magazine‘s blend of art and fashion continues to excite. The F/W cover features Georgia May Jagger transformed into a regal debutante by British artist, Gillian Wearing. Given Wearing’s taste for subversion (a glimpse of her famous Pin Ups series can be seen in the Pop logo) and the magazine’s idiosyncratic sensibilities the accompanying editorial is sure to be a treat.

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Into the Woods

August 25th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Stockton Johnson shoots an impressive Vogue China story featuring Du Juan for the magazine’s September issue. Focusing on pattern, colorful prints from Balenciaga and Marni are used throughout the images. Stylist Yi Guo utilizes some of the season’s most vibrant separates to great effect and Du makes even the most eclectic ensembles seem refined. The unique clothes, combined with the natural setting and vivid colors, make for an especially beautiful editorial.


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Fashion at Play

August 25th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Playing Fashion is one of our favorite fashion glossies and it is easy to see why. Take a look at their September cover featuring Julia Saner: shot by Willem Jaspert, the image is an elegant introduction to fall’s finery.

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Sporty Spice

August 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Karl Templer‘s inventive styling is given room to shine in Craig McDean‘s latest story for Interview. Taking classic sportswear and turning it on its head with quirky combinations, Templer creates a look that is futuristic and sporty. Julia Nobis, Katlin Aas, Aymeline Valade, Alyona Subbotina, Patricia van der Vliet, Milou Van Groesen, Ruby Aldridge and Corinna Ingenleuf  look incredible in the mix of metallic fabrics, trendsetting textures and clear goggles.

HAIR Eugene Souleiman MAKEUP Mark Carrasquillo


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The Boss

August 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Campaign films have never been more popular than they are this season and Hugo Boss launches their F/W campaign for Super Black with a captivating video featuring James Rousseau. Dressed in jet black threads from the line and styled to perfection, James makes for the perfect Hugo Boss man. Directed by Kai Kienzler, with hair and makeup by Christian Eberhard, the clip is sleek, dramatic and representative of everything the Hugo Boss brand is about.

For even more check out the Hugo Boss Blog.

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High Praise

August 23rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Men of the cloth aren’t the first people you think of when it comes to high fashion, but VMan‘s Archetypes issue (out September 1st) might change all that. Taking a series of male standards and re-imagining them in stylish ways, the issue aims to challenge our perceptions. Anthony Maule and Jay Massacret‘s elegant story with Bastiaan Van Gaalen and Adrien Sahores is inspired by the look of priests and pontiffs but the designs featured can be appreciated by everyone. Given the austere direction of the season’s menswear looks, this series seems especially timely.

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