Archive for October, 2011


October 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Caroline Trentini.
Patrick Demarchelier.
Grace Coddington.
American Vogue.

An elegant story that transports us to another era via beautiful styling that calls to mind the Edwardian age. Simply stunning.

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Pony Express

October 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

With an irreverent sensibility and killer fashion content Ponystep Magazine quickly established itself as a must read. The second issue kicks off with vibrant covers by Alice HawkinsMiles Aldridge & Matt Irwin, starring three of pop culture’s most original icons – fashion legend Donatella Versace, mistress of the dark Elvira and the one of a kind Dame Edna. With a lineup this eclectic you know you’re in for a good time and the inside delivers with a series of edits that delight.

Take a look at our exclusive preview of Ponystep and for even more be sure to check out their site,

Dame Edna by Alice Hawkins

Noemie Lenoir by Xevi Muntane

Valerija Kelava by Ben Weller

Franca Sozzani & Carla Sozzani by Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Julia Zimmer by Ellen von Unwerth

Donatella Versace by Miles Aldridge

Nicola Roberts by Catherine Servel

Felicity Hayward by Miles Aldridge

Erin O’Connor by Maripol 

Lisa Stanfield by Miguel Reveriego

Elvira by Matt Irwin

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Teen Hero

October 17th, 2011 |Posted by

Model turned actor Colton Haynes graces the cover of Hero Magazine‘s latest issue. The Teen Wolf star poses in a jaded teenager themed editorial with fellow models RJ King, Bradley Soileau, and Justin Barnhill shot by Danielle Levitt styled by Andrew Davis. The boys are decked out in spring’s boldly printed pieces ranging from D&G, Prada, and Karmakula, running around town while looking for something fun to do (or break). James West and Fabien Kruszelnicki art direct a video preview of the story shown exclusively here on

For more Hero visit

Hero Magazine #6 will be sold exclusively at Dover Street Market and then available throughout the UK next Monday.

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Cover to Cover : November

October 17th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

November provides us with an unusually high supply of beautiful covers featuring our favorite girls, but which one is the best of the bunch? Tell us your thoughts on this month’s lineup of covers.

Rosie Huntington Whiteley by Alexi Lubomirski on Vogue Germany
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend and Rosie never fails to look sexy, but it would have been nice to see her in some couture.

Mariacarla Boscono on Vogue Korea
As one of the girls who can do no wrong, Mariacarla never fails to excite, but we’re not sure if this icy image illustrates the ‘Woman Power’ headline.

Naomi Campbell by Ronald Dick on Lurve Magazine
The combo of Gareth Pugh and no-eyebrows is a striking look on the iconic Ms. Campbell.

Bambi Northwood Blyth by JM Ferrater METAL Magazine
The edgy Spanish must read gives us an elegant and delicately beautiful image of Bambi at her best.

Edita Vilkeviciute by Peter Lindbergh on Vogue China
Edita, Lindbergh and loads of Vuitton, what’s not to love?

Miranda Kerr by Jillian Davison on Harper’s Bazaar Australia
Mrs. Bloom in a curve conscious Mary Katrantzou ensemble that grabs your attention.

Lara Stone by Mario Sorrenti on Vogue Japan
At this point everyone is probably tired of seeing that Givenchy collection on magazine covers, but Lara looks fresh nonetheless.

Alina Baikova by Nicole Bentley on Vogue Australia
It is always summer somewhere and Aussie Vogue rings in the season with Alina in stripes and brights.

Lindsey Wixson by Phil Poynter on W Korea
Dramatic posing and an outlandish outfit bring this image to life – bonus points to anyone who can ID the ensemble!

Jac Jagaciak by Nino Munoz on Numero Tokyo
Jac never fails to look sweet, though it would have been lovely to see a smile on this ‘Gentle-lady’ themed cover.



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Bits & Bytes: The Beautiful Back

October 15th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

Daria Strokous and Vladimir Averyanov by Mariano Vivanco focuses on the back as a focal point of interest. See the story for November Vogue Russia styled by Ekaterina Mukhina, right here.

Have you been watching’s video collaborations with the amazing Kloss London crew? Read i-D’s magazine’s interview with the team and see the future of fashion and film

Who doesn’t like fashion and insider secrets? This new blog takes the business of fashion to a whole new level by telling you who gets paid to wear what in Hollywood.

Jenna Sauers breaks down the pretty unglamorous financial facts of most models.

If you missed Karl Lagerfeld‘s exposition at the Salon de la Photo in Paris, read his interview for some insights on what inspires the man who does it all.

Ryan Dye’s tumblr reflects on inspiring images past and present.

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Venus in Furs

October 14th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

PETA and the fashion industry have never seen eye to eye, but lately it feels like fur is popping up in more and editorials. Case in point Vogue Russia‘s latest ode to all things furry starring Maryna Linchuk. Shot by Mariano Vivanco and featuring every label from Alexander McQueen to Topshop the story really shows just how pervasive this trend is. Pelts aside the styling by Olga Dunina adds to the folklore feel of Vivanco’s imagery and Maryna looks elegant as always.


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Gandy the Great

October 14th, 2011 |Posted by

Covering the latest issue of Attitude Magazine is none other than the god-like David Gandy (actually) wearing clothes by Louis Vuitton, Jean Paul Gaultier, and of course, Dolce & Gabbana. Among the shots of David by Mariano Vivanco, there is an accompanying article about why he is more than just a handsome face. From cliches of the industry to his model beginning struggles, David dishes about all aspects of his life and his plans for the future. Goes to show for all male models — there is more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking.

For the whole article, pick up November’s issue of Attitude Magazine.

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Fashion Meets Art

October 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion, art and politics converge on the cover of W Magazine. The November art issue features Sui He in an image art directed by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Wei Wei and shot by Max Vadukul. Take a look at NY Times’ fascinating article about how the cover came to be.

From the NY Times

In an unusual collaboration with W magazine, Mr. Ai created a story line for a series of photos that were shot on location in New York by the photographer Max Vadukul as Mr. Ai looked on, art directing via Skype on a laptop computer…

The scenes are reminiscent of photos Mr. Ai took of the Tompkins Square riots in the 1980s, when he lived in New York, which he used as inspiration for the project. They also unavoidably refer to his own confinement, which China’s government has forbidden him from discussing.

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