Archive for March, 2012

The Remix

March 27th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

It is always exciting when a magazine undergoes a major revamp and Tush does a complete 180 with their latest issue. Art director, Mirko Borsche shakes things up with a sleek redesign that changes everything. The magazine is bolder, stronger and more graphic than ever, with black and white stories dominating and new creative content by some of our favorite image makers. Take a look at Tush’s redefined identity and that one of a kind cover starring Melissa Tammerijn.

Ph. Markus Jans | Models Nina Porter & Anna Pichler | Fashion Editor Wiebke Bredehorst | Hair Mike Lundgren | Makeup Katarina Hakansson

Ph.  Armin Morbach | Model Suzie Bird | Styling: Ingo Nahrwold| Hair: Stelli | Make-Up: Nina Park

Ph.  Armin Morbach | Fashion Editor Katrin Gerhardy

Ph. Txema Yeste | Model Melissa Tammerijn | Fashion Editor Bernat Buscato | Hair Mike Lundgren | Makeup Loni Baur

Ph. Stefan Heinrichs | Model Christian Ochsenfahrt | Grooming: Stelli | Styling: Ingo Nahrwold

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Queens Center

March 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Amy Troost shoots four of the season’s finest faces for i-D Magazine‘s royalty issue. With a title cribbed from Gaga lyrics and some tricked out fashion’s chosen by Alastair McKimm, this story is heavy on attitude. Being a queen isn’t always about being prim and proper, these ladies showcase spirited toughness all while wearing royal finery from the likes of Givenchy & Alexander McQueen. Dressed in baroque McQueen complete with headdress, Daga Ziober looks darkly regal Julia FraucheMaria Bradley & Karlina Caune round out the impressive cast.

HAIR Rita Marmor MAKEUP Pep Gay

See more from the Royalty Issue at ID Online

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Beauty Bytes: New Hues

March 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Sephora launches color collection with Pantone based around 2012′s color of the year, Tangerine Tango. Orange is a tough color to wear but Frida Gustavsson is looking ten kinds of phenomenal in the ads. If you’re down in Meatpacking stop by the special Tangerine Tango pop up now through March 30th.

Polyvore launches beauty segment, now you can use the popular fashion site to search for new beauty products too.

In beauty contract news, in case you’ve been living under a rock Arizona Muse is the newest face of Estee Lauder. Lily Cole is becomes the very first face (and body) of the The Body Shop.

One of our favorite skincare lines REN, raises the bar for itself yet again with a controversial new ad campaign that is certain to raise a few eyebrows. The beautiful done video is sensual, unexpected and gets to the heart of what you can do when you feel confident about your skin aka get rid of all the clothes and get down to business!

Fashionista catalogs all the beauty looks in the Hunger Games – may the odds be ever in their favor.

NARS is set to launch color collection based on Andy Warhol – we think the king of Pop art would approve.

Was F/W 12 the season of the brunette? With high fashion blondes like Heidi Mount, Jessica Stam & Patricia van der Vliet all going for darker hues, are we seeing the beginnings of a mini-beauty revolution?

Backstage at Maiyet, we learn a thing or two about Sunday Riley’s new cosmetics line.

Calvin Klein steps back into the beauty arena with the launch of their new cK One Color collection. Launching in April with with over a 130 different products to choose from the line aims to be comprehensive and connect with consumers. Take a look at the flawless beauty looks at the F/W CK presentation.

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Double Up

March 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

With a selection of high gloss editorials from fashion’s coolest creatives Double Magazine‘s latest issue is a must have. The large format and sleek selection of high fashion favorites from Valentino, Balenciaga and more, make this the perfect eye-candy for the chic-set. Don’t take our words for it though, have a look look inside the issue; see if you can spot the strategically placed Chanel Camelia brooch.

Kinga Rajzak by Roe Ethridge

styling: Marie Chaix| make up: Lisa Houghton | hair: Duffy

Sojourner Morrell by Steven Pan

styling: Camille Bidault Waddington | make up: Inge Grognard | hair: Marion Anée

Meghan Collison by Horst Diekgerdes

styling: Sabina Schreder | make up: Maria Olsson | hair: sébastien richard | set design: pierre glandier

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Two Sides

March 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Cuneyt Akeroglu captures two sides of the luminous Lara Stone for Vogue Turkey‘s latest issue with elegant covers that capture the essence of this generation’s premier model. First Lara as herself, in a simple black and white shot that showcases the woman behind the sexed-up image and high profile campaigns. The shot is simple, evocative and 100% Lara. For a taste of fashion fantasy the second cover features La Lara as an 80s power beauty, straight out of a Patrick Nagel illustration. Dark hair, bold lips and a come hither glare that would leave lesser men shaking in their boots.

We love both covers, but which will you be picking up when the issue hits newsstands?

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Couture Kick

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Robbie Spencer.
Vlada Roslyakova.
Dazed & Confused.

Couture taken to the next level in a spirited and spectacular story that pairs the best of luxury with items straight from the local sporting goods emporium. Truly a one of a kind experience – see more from the April issue on Dazed Digital.

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Go West

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Boo George (Streeters) tackles the sartorial allure of the west in the latest Numero Homme, enlisting Anna de Rijk, Baptiste Radufe & Rob Moore to star in an atmospheric set of images. Wearing bolo ties, voluminous suits and world weary looks, the trio embody an urbane vision of cowboy style as imaged by Caroline Newell. The black and white shots are emotive and starkly beautiful, while the color images strike a dreamy chord.

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Pale Fire

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Josh Olins creates a vision of purity for British Vogue with an ethereal edit starring Lara Mullen. Dressed in white pieces by Marc JacobsYohji Yamamoto and more, selected by stylist Lucinda Chambers, Lara looks radiant and fresh. Special attention must be paid to the selection of headdresses featured in the story – Jane Taylor Millinery‘s collection of beautiful bespoke hats is put to good use.

See what else is inside British Vogue’s latest issue on Vogue.co.uk

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