Master Class is in Session

January 25th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Class is in session and Vogue Paris harnesses the talents of three image-makers to dish out lessons in style. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh MatadinAlasdair McLellan and Mario Sorrenti lend  their respective lenses to capture a crop of the most in-demand girls giving an effortless how-to on wearing the latest season’s offerings. Of course we can’t all get dressed by stylists like Suzanne KollerMarie Chaix or Emmanuelle Alt, but it’s a good opportunity to take notes. Done in three parts from Edie Campbell‘s cover editorial to Karly Loyce and Lineisy Montero showing how to put some backbone in your fashion choices, while Alasdair gives his unstudied touch to his casting-centric series. See a preview of the editorials below.


Frederikke Sofie, Marjan JonkmanIssa Lish and Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner) / Stylist Suzanne Koller (Art + Commerce) / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce)


Lineisy Montero and Karly Loyce by Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) / Stylist Marie Chaix (Art Partner) / Hair James Pecis (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Makeup Yadim (Art Partner)




Edie Campbell by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin / Stylist Emmanuelle Alt / Hair Malcolm Edwards (Art Partner) / Makeup Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) / Nails Deborah Lippmann

Tim Coppen’s Belgian Roots

January 21st, 2016 Posted by mitch » Post a comment

Tim Coppens may live, work, and show in New York now, but for his latest campaign, he looks back to his Belgian upbringing with a series of intimate, playful portraits taken at the Parisian residence of the Belgian ambassador. Coppens’ sporty, graphic designs for Spring 2016 form a sharp contrast to the Old World marble and moulding of the rooms in Robi Rodriguez’s shots of Belgian new face Remco, styled by fellow Belgian-turned-New Yorker Tom Van Dorpe.

Take a first look at the campaign below:

Photographer Robi Rodriguez (Management + Artists) | Stylist Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) | Model Remco from Ulla Models in Belgium | Creative Director Nicolas Santos (Atomo Management)





Two of a Kind

January 19th, 2016 Posted by jonathan » Post a comment

For its latest issue for Spring/Summer 2016, the artsy Parisian menswear magazine turns to two of today’s most striking faces, Jackson Hale and Sol Goss, for a cover pairing photographed by Jackie Nickerson that celebrates individuality and creativity, a couple of the publication’s touchstones. Within, Kim Jones dresses the two models in vintage pieces celebrating the punk collaboration between Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, while James Giles and Niklas Bildstein Zaar capture an otherworldly landscape of sea, stone and lava. Photographer Kira Bunse (Shotview Photographers Management) partners with founders Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin to celebrate the iconic, anarchic films of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, while CG Watkins and Rich Aybar riff on real estate and the collapse of the American dream in “Management.” Oliver Hadlee Pearch (Camilla Lowther Management) and Benjamin Kirchhoff ( D + V Management) riff on a military vibe, and Josh Hight and Julian Ganio, demonstrating the ability to see things differently that is one of MASSES’s key strengths, find surprising variety in the blandest of colors in “Beige est beige”.

Take an exclusive first look at the issue—available on Thursday exclusively at Dover Street Market, London, and Trading Museum Comme des Garçons, The Broken Arm, and Colette, Paris, and worldwide a week later—below:

Jackson Hale and Sol Goss, photography by Jackie Nickerson, styling by Kim Jones


Kirill Glazkov, photography by Kira Bunse (Shotview Photographers Management), creative direction by Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin

Kirill Glazkov, Paul Lemaire at Rock Men, Pierre-Ange Carlotti, Paul Monthiers, Gianni Locatelli at Tomorrow Is Another Day, Mathieu, photography by Kira Bunse (Shotview Photographers Management), creative direction by Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin

Louis Backhouse, photography by Josh Hight, styling by Julian Ganio

Ivo at Tomorrow Is Another Day, photography by CG Watkins, styling by Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin

Ivo at Tomorrow Is Another Day, photography by CG Watkins, styling by Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin

Andy Bradin, photography by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, styling by Benjamin Kirchhoff ( D + V Management)

Sacha Celaya, photography by John Mccarty, styling by Maarten van der Horst

Yvan Gary, photography by Bruna Kazinoti (2DM), creative direction by Eric Diulein and Sacha Quintin

Eric Pivot and Ryan Roberson, photography by CG Watkins, styling by Rich Aybar

Eric Pivot and Ryan Roberson, photography by CG Watkins, styling by Rich Aybar

Sol Goss and Jackson Hale, photography by Jackie Nickerson, styling by Kim Jones

Sol Goss, photography by Jackie Nickerson, styling by Kim Jones

Tomasso Igel at Tomorrow Is Another Day, photography by James Giles, creative direction and styling by Niklas Bildstein Zaar

Tomasso Igel at Tomorrow Is Another Day, photography by James Giles, creative direction and styling by Niklas Bildstein Zaar

So Hot Right Now

January 15th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Earth to Matilda… Derek Zoolander is back, obviously. This time next to Penelope Cruz, with many rumored guest appearances from industry royalty. Who? We will just have to wait and see. Until then, American Vogue cements their roles in real fashion, accompanied by, ahem, real life models Gigi Hadid, Jourdan Dunn and Joan Smalls, for the lens of Annie Leibovitz.

Read the article here

Ben Stiller, Penelope Cruz and Gigi Hadid, Jourdan Dunn and Joan Smalls by Annie Leibovitz






Faustine Steinmetz Takes A Leap

January 15th, 2016 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

It’s been a long journey since London-based, French designer Faustine Steinmetz broke onto the scene and snagged a finalist spot for the prestigious LVMH Young Designer Prize. With that press boost she now debuts her first campaign exclusively here on, shot by photographer Arnaud Lajeunie. Pared-back styling courtesy of Georgia Pendlebury showcases the artful pieces in their element – wonderfully raw and strikingly masterful. Models Susanne Knipper, Raphaële, and Lou Maria bring to life the sculpturally manipulated wares with playful poses that are anything but novice.

Check out some the campaign images below.








Twentieth Century Girl

January 14th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

The inimitable Julia Nobis takes many forms, this time it’s the modern Edwardian woman for Interview Magazine. Photographed looking extra smart by Christian MacDonald who captures the decade-jumping pairings devised by Karl Templer with a combined sophisticated ease. For beauty, it’s a polished affair, aside from the casual coif undone. The rest is haut monde history…

Julia Nobis by Christian MacDonald / Stylist Karl Templer (Streeters London) / Hair Shay Ashual (Art Partner) / Makeup Marla Belt (Streeters London) / Manicurist Yuko Tsuchihashi

Vogue’s Side of Paradise

January 13th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Tucked inside the February British Vogue lives the tropic vision of photographer Tyrone Lebon who casts Damaris Goddrie and Frederikke Sofie to star in his equatorial tale of two rare beauties. Styled by Francesca Burns, the story is dressed in the latest big name spring offerings from Chanel and Prada to Marques Almeida, all finding a fitting home amongst the palms and sunsets of somewhere we’d like to be. The beauty motif is less is more. Hair stylist Syd Hayes double downs with the curls and makeup artist Lauren Parsons downplays with simple accents like a striking red lip when the moment’s right. With Lebon’s casually, daring style and the respective efforts of models and team, the fresh visuals are seductive and gorgeous without breaking a sweat.

Damaris Goddrie and Frederikke Sofie by Tyrone Lebon / Stylist Francesca Burns / Makeup Lauren Parsons (Premier Hair and Make-Up) / Hair Syd Hayes (Premier Hair and Make-Up)





Vogue Italia Goes Down the Rabbit Hole

January 12th, 2016 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

It’s a technicolor sartorial dream captured for the latest issue of Vogue Italia featuring platinum vision Marjan Jonkman. Sølve Sundsbø brings unearthly Easter egg hues to alien meadows hosting Alessandro Michele quirky Gucci collection. With stellar styling from the inimitable Patti Wilson the ordinary is transformed into the “so cool” – diaphanous, pastel tinge pieces that complement their peculiar background. Trippy much?

Photographer – Sølve Sundsbø (Art + Commerce)| Stylist – Patti Wilson (Streeters New York) | Hair – Peter Gray (Home Agency) | Makeup – Maria Olsson (Jed Root)






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