T Magazine China: Pride of Place

March 13th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For the inaugural issue of T Magazine China Fei Fei Sun takes pride of place in the meditative cover story “A Moment of Momentum” photographed by Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management). The ensuing editorial evokes a balanced landscape with harmonizing elements of design, Fei Fei as its axis. Beautifully contoured and contrasting styling courtesy of Lucia Liu summons a zen symmetry against the minimalistic, sparing scenery. Operating within the spatial compositions Liu artfully utilizes silvery two-tones scarce in color and simple contours to help realize that moment of momentum. For the two cover images Fei Fei wears a more graphically ornamented dress from Louis Vuitton’s S/S 2015 collection. Slick wispy hair by Kevin Ryan and satiny makeup from Sil Bruinsma (Streeters New York) instill essences of romanticism and nature within the coldness of the rock garden of shape and line. An equally meditative fashion film accompanies the story, seen below. In it the Chinese model’s airy, tranquil movements are backed by a droning atmospheric track becoming altogether something that feels quite philosophical and culturally appropriate. T China is an extension of its lifestyle and fashion namesake The New York Times Style Magazine.

Photos and video courtesy of T Magazine China, exclusively for models.com

T Mag China from models.com on Vimeo.

 

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The Seven Sins

March 13th, 2015 Posted by models.com comment (1)

The seven deadly sins gets the attention in the newest issue of DSECTION Magazine with Sean O’Pry on the cover representing Lust. Doug Inglish shoots the super who sports Dior Homme on 2 of the covers, styled by Nicolas Klam. Interviews with Kriss van Assche, Alexander Wang, Italo Zucchelli and Victor & Rolf guarantee an exciting issue with a closer peek into the minds of some of fashion’s brightest stars. Six other sins are waiting in the wings with the magazine debuting next week but get an exclusive preview of Lust first right here.

Preorder now here.

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Well-Suited

March 12th, 2015 Posted by Irene comment (1)

Inspired by the independent thinkers of the world, Suited Magazine’s inaugural issue champions the free spirits in the fashion industry that stand to make a change in how we consume our content. With crisp, black and white photography capturing subjects from Street Etiquette’s Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, who use fashion as a topic starter for cultural events to Steven Cox & Daniel Silver for Duckie Brown and their boundary-pushing, offbeat menswear collections, Suited stands as a great example of individuality and self-expression. The whole issue, cast by Julia Samersova, is exemplified in the fashion story with South Sudanese models, Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Malek, & Mari Agory who use their fashion platform to inspire peace in their home country. Well-suited indeed.

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Atong Ajork and Nykhor Paul by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis, art direction by Hassan Rahim

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Sarah Abney, Nicholas Costa by Conan Thai, styling by Ashley Owens

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Victoria Anderson by Paul Jung, styling by Melita Baumeister, Timothy Baga

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Luke James by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu

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Bhumika Arora by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu

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Armando Cabral by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

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Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Agory, Mari Malek by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis

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Bianca Gittens by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

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Sanna Backstrom by Adam Katz Sinding (See Management) in Rad Hourani, styling by Adrian Manuel and Timothy Baga

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The Royals

March 11th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For the April issue of British Vogue models of the kingdom Cara Delevingne, Georgia May Jagger and Suki Waterhouse huddle together in summery, beaded dresses for Mario Testino (Art Partner). What better way to immortalize the trio’s friendship than together on the front of the glossy with a scantily clad inside story. It also marks Suki’s first time on the cover of Vogue UK, Georgia’s third and Cara’s fourth.

See more from British Vogue here.

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The Greatest Love of All

March 11th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

“Love is the sea you don’t know how to sail.” So begins the introduction to the seventh issue of Italian menswear biannual The Greatest, which celebrates love with a wistful tone. Baptiste Radufe displays a quiet introspection in the cover story shot by Paolo Zerbini (Atomo Management) with styling by Matteo Greco, a mood that continues through Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)’s suiting story with Andrey Smidl and Johan Sandberg (Stockholm: LUNDLUND, Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)’s study of forlorn youth.

Luca Stascheit, Ian Sharp, Rutger Schoone, and Jack Chambers are joined by newer faces Martin Conte and Erik van Gils in a series of quiet portraits, while Gustaaf Wassink gets a surreal twist in the spring’s graphic pieces. The collected interviews offer a refreshing change of pace from the usual, with jazz trumpeter Paolo Fresu and young French actor Pierre Deladonchamps featured alongside Diesel’s new creative director Nicola Formichetti. As with each outing of The Greatest, the Love Issue comes with a special companion video, this one a love story starring rising new face Mihai Bran. Take an exclusive first look below.

THE GREATEST FASHION FILM #8 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

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Baptiste Radufe, photography by Paolo Zerbini (Atomo Management) and styling by Matteo Greco

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Andrey Smidl by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and styling by Diane Boulenger (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

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Jeroen Teerlinck, Sam Lammar, Florian Luger, and Riccardo Piane by Alessandro Dal Buoni and styling by Matteo Greco

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Jordan Sorbom by Lowe H Seger and styling by Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

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Pierre Deladonchamps by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and styling by Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

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Tancrede Scalabre and Rory Cooper by Johan Sandberg (Stockholm: LUNDLUND, Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) and styling by Mauricio Nardi (Atomo Management)

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Rutger Schoone and Luca Stascheit, photography by Alessandro Furchino (2DM ) and styling by Matteo Greco

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First Look: Rika Magazine #12

March 10th, 2015 Posted by Irene » Post a comment

Tough demeanor meets delicate sensibility for a stellar direction for Rika Magazine. The latest issue celebrates the girls of tomorrow with cover stories from Mica Arganaraz, Rianne van Rompaey, Annely Bouma, Ashleigh Good, Marte Mei van Haaster as well as the iconic Stella Tennant shot by Sarah Moon with styling by Patti Wilson (Streeters New York). The pared-back aesthetic focuses as the celebration of unique, modern women and the story behind them — whether as globetrotters, entrepreneurs, mothers, or creatives the possibilities are limitless and their rightful place in the industry indisputable.

For an exclusive look, see below.

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Mica Arganaraz by Ben Weller (Camilla Lowther Management), styling by Hanna Kelifa, hair Martin Cullen (Streeters London), makeup Niamh Quinn, manicurist Zarra Celik (LMC Worldwide), set designer Granger Hertzog

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Ashleigh Good by Jen Carey, styling by Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York), hair Matt Benns, makeup Amy Elgar, casting by Juergen Schabes

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Annely Bouma by Sarah Piantadosi, styling by Tom Guinness (Camilla Lowther Management), hair Cyndia Harvey (Streeters London), makeup Thomas De Kluyver (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), set design Andrew Tomlinson (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York), manicurist Adam Slee (Streeters London), casting by Ben Grimes

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Misha Hart and Damaris Goddrie by Jan Lehner, styling by Isabelle Kountoure (Home Agency), hair Panos Papandrianos (Camilla Lowther Management), makeup Ninni Nummela (Streeters London)

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Stella Tennant by Sarah Moon, styled by Patti Wilson (Streeters New York), hair Sebastien Richard (Jed Root), makeup Alice Ghendrih (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), set design Marie Malterre

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Bette Franke by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen, styling by Dimphy den Otter, hair/mu by Eva Copper

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Rianne van Rompaey and Marte Mei van Haaster by Duy Vo, styling by Jordy Huinder, hair/mu by Mo Karadag

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Delfina Delettrez by Michael Hemy, styling by Tallulah Harlech, hair Louis Ghewy, makeup by Karina Constantine (Camilla Lowther Management)

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The Performer

March 10th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comment (1)

Saskia de Brauw’s magic as a model is that she embodies a variety of makeups: the air of a performer, the feminine, the masculine, fluidity, and cultish good looks. In the hands of Cass Bird, there is editorial dynamism to be had. For the cover story of Vogue Korea’s March issue, Bird and Saskia operate in tune creating a kinetic, dance-inspired spread of fashion imagery. Ye Young Kim dresses the story in balletic styling and it’s an underplay of beige gauzy cottons and gossamer silks. Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and Yumi Mori keep things natural by accentuating an already ruddy glow and tousled hair. Cass Bird’s unfettered approach is to introduce her subjects into an environment and capture the results. By remitting some of her control she allows the space to engender and evoke the model’s personality–in this case as the role of dancer. An artist herself, Saskia studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, and her own work similarly explores that very kind of relationship with inhabitation. Together some lighthearted theatrics were had instilling a rhapsody of genuine, imperfect movement. Surely Bird’s anti-influence played a role as Saskia comes through as unguarded and untaught–playful and childlike, finessing Saskia’s ability to change her presence from powerful to innocent, and back.

Photos courtesy of Vogue Korea

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First Look: Re-Edition Premier Issue

March 9th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

Past and present meet on the two covers of the début issue of Re­-Edition, the brand ­new quarterly out of Antwerp and London from editor Eddie Eldridge, with the choice of either a rare archival image from 1997 of the iconic Stella Tennant by Mark Borthwick or Harley Weir’s dreamy image of an androgynous young man dolled up in a dress by Vetements, the upstart design collective that was just named a finalist in this year’s LVMH Prize competition. Both art and fashion get equal billing in the issue, with excerpts from photographer Alec Soth’s new book Songbook and artist Jim Goldberg’s famous collection Raised by Wolves alongside a range of provocative fashion features. The late Dash Snow is represented by archival works, and the legendary Vivienne Westwood gets her due in a profound retrospective of her lengthy career, making the old feel new again.

Take a look at our exclusive preview below.

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Stella Tennant by Mark Borthwick (archival images)

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Dry, Alina and Yan by Harley Weir, styling by Lotta Volkova Adam (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)

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By Charlie Engman, styling by Caroline Newell (Streeters London)

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Frances Coombe by Dan Giuliani, styling by Jo Barker

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Margarita and Jon by Mark Peckmezian, styling by Ellie Grace Cumming (Streeters London)

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Eilika Meckbach by Max Von Gumppenberg & Patrick Bienert, styling by Delphine Danhier

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