Archive for September, 2011

In the Future…

September 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Exclusive previews from V Magazine‘s Model issue keep coming – check out Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi exploration of fresh ideas in couture. The preview shots feature Emily Baker, Aymeline Valade, Valerija KelavaCandice Swanepoel and Kristina Salinovic looking futuristic and impossibly chic all at once. The showstopping pieces chosen by Joanne Blades‘ are a thing of beauty – check out those Armani Prive gowns in the second shot! Add in some over the top hair by Luigi Murenu and you’ve got the makings of an epic editorial.

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The Antidote

September 29th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

If you are reaching visual overload with the spring collections, Antidote Magazine and Giampaolo Sgura have just the thing for your tired eyes. Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana themselves cast and styled this masculine take on the iconic Marilyn Monroe images, choosing longtime favorites like Adam Senn and Noah Mills mixed in with rising stars like Paolo Anchisi, Corey Baptiste and Jae Yoo. Tell us your favorite scantily Dolce & Gabbana clad beauty in the comments. Which of course begs the eternal question, boxers or briefs?


Noah Mills


Tim Ruger and Adam Senn


Sebastian Lund


Corey Baptiste


Guy Robinson and Sam Webb


Travis Bland and Paolo Anchisi


Jae Yoo and Justin Halley


Arthur Kulkov


Sam Way

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Uncovered

September 29th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

Rick Genest, AKA Zombie Boy, who’s garnered worldwide attention with his Nicola Formichetti/Mugler association, reveals a completely different side of himself in the latest Schön Magazine. Matthew Lyn‘s crisp and striking images uncovers an almost angelic face underneath the ink. Contrasting divinely with the pieces by Rag & Bone, James Long and Issey Miyake, Rick and his tattoos certainly give a whole different spin on the fall looks. Tell us if you think it works in the comments. (See the full editorial/behind the scenes video on Schon).


Rag & Bone


James Long knitwear


James Long top


Issey Miyake jacket


Rag & Bone trousers


Gaspard Yurkievich top, Galliano trousers


Rag & Bone coat on cover

Special thanks to Emma Jacob from Happy Finish Retouching

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A Rare Jewel

September 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fei Fei Sun.
Hans Feurer.
Vogue Paris.

Ralph Lauren.

A stunning exploration of Ralph Lauren’s new jewelry line, all American style given the Vogue Paris touch and worn with grace by Fei Fei. Feurer’s signature style shines almost as much as the Lauren baubles.

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First Look : The Model Issue

September 27th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

V Magazine‘s themed issues have become an industry standard and for the mag’s latest extravaganza they look to fashion’s finest faces for inspiration. If you’ve been waiting for a magazine to take note of some of the incredible new girls on the scene then wait no more. V74 will feature eight key up and comers (described as “future supermodel contenders) on the cover  - making this a must have issue for model watchers. Add in the incredible contributions from the likes of Carine RoitfeldTerry RichardsonInez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh MatadinDaniele Duella and Iango Henzi and this looks like one hell of an issue. Take a look at the first  preview featuring Hedi Slimane‘s evocative portraits of Daphne Groeneveld, Emily Baker and Charlotte Free.

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A Doll’s Life

September 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Abbey Lee Kershaw is a living doll in Richard Bush‘s charming story for i-D Magazine. Sporting long bleach blonde locks and oversized accessories, Abbey is somewhere between Barbie and a Blythe doll. The mod styling by Sarah Richardson and whimsical false lashes by give this story a 60s feel that is right in line with Abbey’s vintage chic look and otherworldly appeal. For even more from the Dreams & Aspirations issue check out i-D Online.

HAIR Ashley Javier MAKEUP Francelle Daly SET DESIGN Andy Harman

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mdc ♥’s : beauty to go!

September 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Gemma Ward and Lily Donaldson always travel in style | Photo by Emma Summerton for Vogue Italia, May 2008

With fashion month in full swing it feels like everyone is headed somewhere. Even if you weren’t jetting off to Milan to catch last week’s Prada show, it is still good to know what beauty essentials you ought to be toting with you – you never know when those to die for invites are going to come in the mail. As such here are a few of our beauty favorites for you international jet setters.

Clarisonic MIA - Don’t leave home without it, the best skincare brush in a pocket size that makes it perfect for trips. With only one speed (the original Clarisonic has three) it is even easier to use and works just as well when it comes to exfoliating and cleansing.

Malin & Goetz Detox Face Mask – Planning on spending late nights out at those fashion week parties? Who can resist the temptation. Think of Malin & Goetz’s mask as a detox plan for your face, the lightweight foam is packed with complex amino acids and natural almond extract to soothe the skin and provide gentle cleansing.

Bobbi Brown Tortoise Shell Eyeshadow Palettes – Every single eyeshadow you will need in a perfectly portable case. With this you can create everything from an “I just rolled out of bed looking this fabulous” neutral look to the coveted perfect smoky eye. Bobbi offers two different palettes depending on your skintone, but we found both worked fabulously. Keep in mind that this is a limited edition item, so be sure to get yours before they run out!

Chanel Perfection Lumiere Foundation – If it is good enough for the girls of Chanel couture, it is good enough for us. 10 hours worth of coverage in one tiny bottle.

Illamasqua Volume Mascara Alex Box‘s Illamasqua line is filled with unique products and one of our favorites is her volumizing mascara. One coat and you look completely done.

NUDE Skincare Hydrating Water – The instant solution to the horrific dryness you’ll find in most airplane cabins. One spritz and you’re good.

Estee Lauder Cooling Eye Illuminator – A handy little gem that we go back to again and again, because it just works. If you haven’t gotten eight hours of sleep, or just suffer from puffy eyes this solves the problem in an instant.

iPad 2 – Granted, the iPad is not necessarily a beauty must have, but there is no better way to bring all your magazines, books, movies and other sources of fashion inspiration with you on the road. Want to read the latest Vogue Italia on the plane? It is right there with a click of a button.

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Abstract Elegance

September 23rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Karmen Pedaru can go from 60s mod to futuristic femme fatale in the blink of an eye and in Greg Kadel‘s sleek story for Numero she does. Adorned with flowers and wearing a host of outlandish outfits, Pedaru displays the versatility and innate elegance she’s become known for within the industry. Looking lean and toned in looks from Lanvin and Pucci, Karmen gives you everything.

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