Archive for October, 2011

Raquel & Roll

October 25th, 2011 |Posted by models.com

What better pairing is there when Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin team up with Raquel Zimmermann? For the latest issue of Vogue Paris, Raquel shows off haute couture looks varying from Chanel, Valentino, to Elie Saab styled by Emmanuelle Alt. With rock and roll hair and makeup against the refined couture looks, Raquel poses in the craziest ways that only she can pull off.

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Wilderness Retreat

October 25th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sølve Sundsbø.
Joan Smalls.
George Cortina.
A singularly beautiful story where styling and nature merge seamlessly. Look at the way the Haider Ackermann suit coordinates exactly with the lush vegetation, or how the texture of Joan’s shimmering Roberto Cavalli is almost identical to that of the bark on the tree she’s against. Flawless little details like this are what make Sundsbø’s work so memorable and this Vogue Japan story so charming.

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Fetish Fun

October 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Taking the typical sexed up fetish inspired story and making it fun is no small feat, but Paola Kudacki and Kelly Mittendorf pull it off with a cute and colorful story for Vogue Japan. Armed with a whip and riding crop and clad in designs from GivenchyLouis Vuitton, Kelly makes for the most cheerful disciplinarian ever. Aurora Sansone‘s killer styling elevates the story, making even the most  severe jet black pieces look flirty.

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Lone Rider

October 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

As a model Agyness Deyn has achieved just about every goal a girl could set for herself: the best covers, the biggest shows, about a million a-List campaigns. She’s even provided the earnest intro for Rihanna’s latest video. What is next for a girl who has done it all? In the latest issue of Twin Magazine Deyn reveals her cinematic aspirations and details what it was like to work alongside names like Franco and Fiennes. In the corresponding editorial, Ben Weller captures Deyn looking androgynous and cool with a West Coast twist befitting her new existence in Los Angeles.

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Game Day

October 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

W Magazine takes on football season with an inventive story by Roe Ethridge featuring Sigrid Agren and Karmen Pedaru. Styled by Marie Chaix and featuring some of the season’s finest sportswear the editorial is the perfect blend of tongue in cheek humor and high fashion.

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Winter Wonderland

October 24th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

As the world’s cutest high fashion model Eniko Mihalik‘s presence automatically adds a touch of the adorable to any editorial. Not that Harper’s Bazaar‘s latest story needed any help in that department – the combo of fairytale setting and puppies was enough to make Terry Richardson‘s wintry story styled by Julia von Boehm, feel like a treat.

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Bits & Bytes: The New U

October 21st, 2011 |Posted by Betty


U Magazine gets better and better with each issue. Their new cover, featuring Douglas Neitzke by Zee Nunes is a dreamy one indeed. For more from the issue go to U Magazine.

Fashion and photography

The one and only Bruce Weber, along with Nan Bush, relaunch the Bruce Weber website. If you know nothing about fashion, you will still recognize many of the iconic images for which he is responsible. Even more exciting is the prospect of Bruce and Nan stepping into the role of creative directors. Included will be “Bruce’s advertisements, selected short films, music videos and all-new WEBERSODES and short films produced specifically for the web”. This promises to be heaven.

Aww, we’re big fans of Costello Tagliapietra and so happy they finally got to tie the knot!

Vogue Italia wants YOU! Fashionista discussed Franca Sozzani’s new venture.

Modeling news

Style.com talks to one of our favorites, Liu Wen who shows us her view of the shows.

Calvin Klein is not only one of fashion’s legends, he’s a true game changer; here’s a short summary of his talk at Fern Mallis’ Fashion Icons series.

The very talented stylist and casting director John Tan chats with John Krupa who found his way to modeling, yes, you got it, right here on models.com.

Miscellaneous

We love that J Crew has gay couples in their catalog. I guess they would be considered the anti LL Bean.

If you happen to have $100,000 to drop, here’s a bespoke library from Assouline, super fabulous, right?

A tumblr suggestion from MDC’s Kevin, this truly made me laugh.

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Easy Street

October 21st, 2011 |Posted by models.com

Details Magazine shows its readers this month the best way to embody a relaxed and easy attitude when it comes to fall dressing. With the help of casting by Edward Kim for House Casting, photography by Matthew Brookes and styling by Andreas Kokkino, model Clement Chabernaud is proof to us that the French really are the best when it comes to that attitude of effortless chic.

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