Tim Coppens’ First Campaign

October 26th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

The Belgian-born, New York-based designer Tim Coppens has always taken inspiration from the streets for his collections, from his energetic graffiti prints to his references to skateboarding and youth culture in its many forms. So it’s only fitting that for his first campaign, for Fall 2015, he stayed true to his roots. T-Bone Fletcher captures Abiah Hostvedt, Ilir Shanja, and Sheani Gist in the streets of Harlem looking completely natural without grooming or styling, encapsulating the relaxed, edgy attitude that Coppens’ clothes reflect so well.

Creative direction by Nicolas Santos (Atomo Management)














First Look: Suited Magazine #2

October 23rd, 2015 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

For the second coming of Suited Magazine, the body takes shape. The biannual fashion and art publication, uses the corporeal form as the main topic in order to get a better understanding of the self. Defying categorization, contributors are able to tell their stories in the flesh through fashion, art and design. With works from Hans Neumann, Paul Jung, Matthew Priestley, and Steven Yatsko the latest issue touches on a myriad of topics like using fashion as social commentary from the eyes of Brooklyn Circus founder Ouigi Theodore to the celebration of the new guard from Parson The New School of Design to the far away lands of Iceland.

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Myla Dalbesio by Paul Jung (Paris: ARTIST & AGENCY Paris, NEW YORK: ARTIST & AGENCY) / Styling Jessica Willis / Hair Tomoyuki Tamura / Makeup Aya Komatsu (BRIDGE Artists)

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Dzhovani Gospodinov by Conan Thai / Styling Ashley Owens / Hair Muriel Vancauwen / Makeup Rommy Najor


Rose SmithMelanie Culley and Ryan Keating by Steven Yatsko / Styling Raul Guerrero / Hair Takayoshi Tsukisawa / Makeup Tomohiro Muramatsu (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

Avery Tharp and Susannah Liguori by Joshua Woods / Styling Raul Guerrero / Hair Holly Mills / Makeup Tiffany Patton / Casting Director Julia Samersova

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Dorota Kullova by Nicholas Cope (Walter Schupfer Management) / Styling Jessica Willis / Hair William Blair / Makeup Tiffany Patton

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Sara Cummings by Hans Neumann (De Facto) / Styling Dianna Lunt / Hair Nicolas Eldin / Makeup Yacine Diallo (De Facto)


First Look: HERO Magazine

October 21st, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia comment (1)

Few cities have been as reflective of the past half-century of American life as Detroit, from white flight and the decline of manufacturing through crumbling infrastructure and abandoned neighborhoods to creative millennial reinvention and post-bankruptcy renewal. “Detroit gets lots of attention, and not necessarily for the best reasons,” explained James West and Fabien Kruszelnicki, the editors-in-chief of HERO Magazine, about their decision to dedicate the latest issue of their menswear magazine to the ever-shifting metropolis. “It had a lot of bad press, about violence and volatility, about people moving there for cheap rents, but we felt like it was a place that was also somehow new, a place where everything hadn’t been decided already. It has the space to redefine itself, which is quite a big deal.”

The British actor Nicholas Hoult takes the cover, shot and styled by Venetia Scott (Camilla Lowther Management), but the rest of the issue is a celebration of Detroit in all its promise and possibility. Kruszelnicki offers a “Detroit Survey,” street casting an overview of the city’s youth styled by Zarina Humayun, while Alessio Boni and Gro Curtis capture new face Robbi (TIAD) in hidden spaces amongst the urban sprawl. Nicole Maria Winkler and Adam Winder pay homage to the city’s vanishing automobile industry, and Dominick Sheldon (Creative and Partners) and Andrew Mukamal offer an eclectic vision of a promising “New America.” “There’s a sense that Detroiters have had to fend for themselves, and that says a lot about the way the creative scene is developing there,” say West and Kruszelnicki. “It’s a city with a lot of history that America kind of brushed aside, but now it’s becoming the personification of a new kind of American Dream, a place where anything is possible.” Take an exclusive first look at the new issue, out this week, below.



Photography and styling Venetia Scott (Camilla Lowther Management)




Ph. Alessio Boni / Fashion Gro Curtis
Model Robbi at Tomorrow Is Another Day






Ph. Fabien Kruszelnicki / Fashion Paul Sinclaire
Model: Streetcast Nicholas Williams





Ph. Cameron McCool (Katy Barker) / Fashion Zarina Humayun
Artists: ZelooperZ and Supakaine



Ph. Dominick Sheldon (Creative and Partners) / Fashion Andrew Mukamal
Model: Geron at CLICK, Frank at Ford Models





Ph. Fabien Kruszelnicki / Fashion Zarina Humayun

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Ph. Dario Catellani (Camilla Lowther Management) / Fashion Jay Massacret
Models Gabriel at Supa (London) and John Swiatek

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Ph. Nicole Maria Winkler / Fashion Adam Winder
Model Raad at Tomorrow Is Another Day


October 21st, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For it’s 34th issue,  METAL Magazine evokes and channels the idea of “Beautiful Obsessions” into its soft-hued pages and avoids the predictable–offering up a fresh show and tell of visuals. Three covers, featuring fragile stares by each of its stars, Luka van der VekenHari Nef and Julia Leineweber, bind the collection of editorials, prefaced by an editor’s statement, “As the issue started shaping itself, we realized it was an issue about beauty. In other words, about how we seek for beauty in those obsessions that keep chasing us along our lifetime.” Inside Coco Capitan photographs Gaby Loader & Sasha Baldina with her signature idiosyncratic eye, dressed in red tracksuits courtesy of Anna Pesonen, while Julia Leineweber shimmers, bedecked with glitter and sequin in her story by Raffaele Cariou and Martina Lew quietly models in peculiar pastels styled by Santi Rodriguez and shot by Jonas Lindstrom. See what else below.


Images courtesy of METAL Magazine

Luka van der Veken by Wai Lin Tse / Stylist Emelie Johansson / Grooming Karolina Danielson

Hari Nef by Tina Tyrell / Stylist Romina Herrera Malatesta (See Management) / Hair John Ruidant (See Management) / Make up Grace Ahn

Julia Leineweber by Raffaele Cariou/ Stylist Morgane Nicolas / Hair Hori Takabayashi & Kazuhiro Naka / Make Up Maki Ihara

Gaby Loader & Sasha Baldina by Coco Capitan (Creative and Partners) / Stylist Anna Pesonen / Hair Louis Ghewy / Make up Lucy Bridge (Streeters London)

Martina Lew by Jonas Lindstrom / Stylist Santi Rodriguez / Hair Hiroshi Matsushita / Make up Thom Walker

Elliot Bird by Nicole Maria Winkler / Stylist Santi Rodriguez / Hair Yumi Nakada-Dingle / Make up Nobuko Maekawa

Ellinor Arveryd by Masha Mel / Stylist Tess Yopp / Hair Takuya Uchiyama / Make up Ksenia Galina

Kriss Kulyk and Julia Leineweber by Raffaele Cariou / Stylist Morgane Nicolas / Hair Nori Takabayashi / Make Up Maki Ihara

Mateo Carlos by Renate Ariadne Van Der Togt / Stylist Santi Rodríguez / Grooming Hiroshi Matsushita

Sylvia by Devin Blair / Stylist Raquel Garcia

First Look: Hercules Magazine

October 21st, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

Jordan Barrett takes the cover of the latest issue of Hercules Magazine magazine, aptly titled Bright Young Things, photographed by Paola Kudacki and styled by Francesco Sourigues. The rest of the issue celebrates an appropriately eclectic band of new-wave digital stars, from actorsWill Peltz and Nolan Funk to the tattooed model-slash-artist David Alexander Flinn. Tim Schuhmacher, Julian Schneyder, Johannes Spaas, Billy Vandendooren, and Luka Sabbat star in various features within as well. Take a first look at the new issue below.


Photography Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management), Fashion editor Francesco Sourigues (De Facto), Model Jordan Barrett

Photography Bruno Staub (CBA), Fashion editor DAVID BRUNO, Talent Nolan Funk (IMG)

Photography Bruno Staub (CBA), Fashion editor David Vivirido, Model Julian Schneyder

Photography Alessio Boni, Fashion editor Heathermary Jackson (FRANK REPS), Model David Alexander Flinn

Photography Bruno Staub (CBA), Fashion editor DAVID VIVIRIDO, Talent Will Peltz (IMG)

Photography Bruno Staub (CBA), Fashion editor Mauricio Nardi (Atomo Management), Models Johannes Spaas, Billy Vandendooren and Janek Chrabaszcz.

Photography Benny Horne, Fashion editor Francesco Sourigues (De Facto), Model Robbie G

Photography Mark Kean, Fashion editorAzza Yousif, Models Jack Mather & Connor Newall

Photography Daniel Riera (Jed Root), Fashion editor Francesco Sourigues (De Facto), Model Luka Sabbat

Photography Thomas Goldblum, Fashion editor Darcy Backlar (Management + Artists), Model Tim Schuhmacher

Ruth Bell in Couture

October 20th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Hedi Slimane captures Saint Laurent muse and breakout newcomer Ruth Bell in his signature black an white, decked out in modern couture for V Magazine. Sarah M Richardson dressed the buzzed beauty in haute wares from Dior, Chanel and, of course, Yves Saint Laurent–after the French house returned to couture under Hedi’s helm.

See the entire shoot online at V Magazine

Ruth Bell by Hedi Slimane / Stylist Sarah M Richardson / Makeup Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) / Manicurist Jenna Hipp




First look: Vamp

October 14th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Vamp Magazine releases its latest issue “Against all odds.”  The forward-looking, woman-centric publication, as always, is dedicated to the beauty of feminine power, and the two cover stars Jamie Bochert and Emily DiDonato personify that virtue in beautiful black and white. Jamie is photographed Victorian chic in Givenchy by Sofia Malamute styled by Maryam Malakpour and Emily looks strong in Wu courtesy of David Vivirido, lensed by Bruno Staub. On the inside it’s vintage glamour galore with archival images from Chris Von Wangenheim, while Daniel Riera juxtaposes the severity of city streets with the modish fall pairings on a breezy Miyanda Jacobs. See what else fills the pages in the exclusive preview of the fourth issue below.


Jamie Bochert by Sofia Malamute / Stylist Maryam Malakpour

Emily DiDonato by Bruno Staub (Chris Boals Artists CBA) / Stylist David Vivirido

Alba Galocha by Bruno Staub (Chris Boals Artists CBA) / Stylist David Vivirido

Miyanda Jacobs by Daniel Riera (Jed Root) / Stylist Raquel Franco

by Chris Von Wangenheim

Sabina Lobova by Thomas Goldblum / Stylist Omaima Salem


Line Brems by Sean Thomas / Stylist Barbara Martelo

First Look: FY! Magazine #7

October 13th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia comments (3)

Fashion fans are nothing if not passionate, and that passion can sometimes tip over into, yes, obsession, making an appropriate theme for the new issue of Fucking Young, out next week. And who better to illustrate that idea than cover star Lucky Blue Smith, the male model whose million-plus Instagram followers can be as rabid, frantic, and compulsive as they come. Smith is photographed, looking every bit the dauphin, by the legendary duo Pierre et Gilles, who describe their lush, baroque aesthetic in an accompanying interview within. The rest of the issue devotes itself to very 2015 crazes, from Instagram selfies and Tumblr collages to retro vinyl fetishization. Sven de Vries is photographed by Giovanni Squatriti and styled by Daniele Umberto Maria Pellegrinetti in a shiny nighttime extravaganza, while Erik van Gils is captured by Florian Joahn and Jeanpaul Paula in eye-catching prints and patterns. Tom Barker, Brian Shimansky, Oran Katan, and Leo Vlasic bid farewell to summer in a searing Fire Island retreat photographed by Chuando & Frey and styled by Garth Condit, and Pablo Saez and Alberto Murtra tweak the cleanliness of Dior Homme’s suiting for Fall in a feature that riffs on the classic horror film Peeping Tom. Take an exclusive first look at the new issue, available for preorder here below.

Lucky Blue Smith photographed by Pierre et Gilles

Omari Phipps @ Premier Models photographed by Mattias Bjorklund

Thomas @ REBEL management photographed by Michaeël Smits

Henry Hatherley @ Premier Models photographed by Michiel Meewis

Morris Pendlebury photographed by Saverio Cardia

Interview with Pierre et Gilles

Jon Cooper @ Select Model Management photographed by Roman Goebel

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interview with Mark Colle

Photographed by Filip Custic and Kito Muñoz

Sven de Vries photographed by Giovanni Squatriti

Erik @ Elvis Models photographed by Florian Joahn

Caoimhin O’Brien @ View Management photographed by Pablo Saez

Hamilton Seguin and Clara Deshayest photographed by Pierre-Ange Carlotti

Brian Shimansky @ Soul Artist Mangement photographed by Chuando & Frey

Oran Katan @ Soul Artist Management and Leo Vlasic @ Soul Artist Management photographed by Chuando & Fre

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