First Look: TUSH #38

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

The latest issue of Tush Magazine offers a whole lot of facial firepower–apropos, considering the eight covers bear the words “In Your Face”.  Inside its beauty goes gung-ho forging cosmetic visuals from unrestrained applications and unexpected uses of the everyday, wherewith models glow in new and unusual ways.  Photographer Armin Morbach supplies a full spectrum of playful takes done up on models like Lina BergFrances Coombe and Lina Hoss, while Van Sarki‘s signature pastel palette is carried out on stand-out, newcomer Liza Ostanina. That only scratches the surface, with editorial appearances by models Laura JulieAnna Mila GuyenzKim Peers and Lorelle Rayner, there’s plenty of room for fresh perspectives as #38 takes us “Between Beauty and the Universe”. See the exclusive issue preview below.

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Ilvie Wittek by Irina Gavrich | Styling Nina Petters | Grooming Christian Olivier Merz


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Lina Berg by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer

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Lisa Helene Kramer by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Support Julia Junglas & Ann-Katherin Plutke | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Frances Coombe by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Lyle XoX | Casting Roxane Dia


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Laura Julie by Marianna Sanvito | Styling Weibke Bredenhorst | Hair Joseph Pujalte (Atomo Management) | Makeup Phophie Mathias


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Mia Gruenwald by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Anna Mila Guyenz  by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Jada Joyce by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Lina Berg by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Make-up Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Julia Reiss, Julia Leineweber, Kristina Pet and Mia Gruenwald by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Llvie Wittek by Irina Gavrich | Styling Nina Petters | Grooming Christian Olivier Merz


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Liza Ostanina by Van Sarki (BRIDGE Artists) | Stylist Dianna Lunt | Hair Sabrina Szinay (The Wall Group) | Makeup Tomohiro Muramatsu (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)


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Lisa Helene Kramer and Lina Hoss by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Support Julia Junglas & Ann-Katherin Plutke | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Frances Coombe by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Lyle XoX | Casting Roxane Dia


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Anna Mila Guyenz  by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Lou Schoof by Hans Neumann | Stylist Lana Jay Lackey | Hair Nicolas Eldin | Makeup Yacine Diallo (BRIDGE Artists)


Sabina Lobova by Donna Trope | Stylist Rachel Gilman | Hair Romina Manenti (Home Agency) | Makeup Christopher Ardoff | Prop Stylist Eric Eastman


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Lorelle Rayner by Liz Collins (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair Mari Ohashi | Makeup Polly Osmond (London: Premier Hair and Make-Up, New York: Exposure NY)


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Kristina Pet by Armin Morbach | Stylist Rebecca Rupcic | Hair Nadine Bauer | Makeup Denise Grundmann | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Kim Peers by Mattias Bjorklund | Stylist Simone Konu | Hair Susanne Lichtenegger | Makeup Linda Andersson | Casting Lock Studios


Brave New (and Beautiful) World

March 9th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment


Olivia Jansing by Marcus Ohlsson & Andrew Logan by Philippe Vogelenzang

Beauty Papers is the two issue old publication with a predilection for all things beauty. That much can gathered from its title alone. But one look inside its sophomore release and it’s clear the brainchild of Maxine Leonard steers vehemently clear of any sort of prix fixe beauty others are serving. Beauty Papers is Maxine’s visual adage endeavoring to articulate a more modern language of makeup-ing. Inside is a cosmetic playground, the respective efforts of beauty veterans and photographers letting loose their explorative ideas of application, color and medium. We spoke to its editor in chief Maxine Leonard about the magazine and more, plus check out the preview of issue 1 “Plastics” below.

When did humor come into play for Beauty Papers or into your idea of beauty in general?
Humour like beauty is personal. Our approach is to hopefully inspire, the result in how this is viewed is left to the reader as to whether they sense or identify humour. I think it is emotive, however read. There is no beauty without emotion.

What was the most difficult part of conception for issue 1 (the second issue)?
Beauty Papers is at the start of its journey so we really don’t think in terms of ‘difficult’ because it is a very exciting time for us.

Why “Plastics”?
We chose ‘plastic’ because it defines the world we live in, and it has long been the byword for celebrity culture, the cult of plastic people-‘Fakeness’ is a look and lifestyle pursued by legions of women and men. And then there is the sheer joy of the material itself, the qualities of stretch, transformation and transparency. Plastic is defined by being easily shaped or moulded, which for us, is also a metaphor for how we change and mould ourselves to survive, fit in, and even succeed.

What were some conceptual guidelines and shoot dos and don’ts given out?
We explored the concept visually and culturally and created a collection of inspiration material that we shared with all our collaborators, they asked questions, observed and found their particular perspectives sometimes opening doors on less comfortable issues and ideas we encounter everyday. Plastic was the platform and from this dreams were created of exquisite fantastical extremes and contradictions. Without the dreams and dream makers where would we be? We have an open dialogue with all the artists that work with us but there are no do’s and don’ts. That is what is so exhilarating.

How has your own perspective of editorial beauty changed and what was missing that made you want to start the magazine?
On this journey there have been several occasions that have changed my perspective and made me reevaluate my approach. I interviewed Christiaan for issue 0 and the meeting was timely. He told me I would make mistakes and that it was never about agenda, it was about friends working together. I interviewed Serge Lutens and he told me not to lower my flag. Most importantly I met Valerie who restored my faith and reignited my belief and passion. Beauty Papers is about artists working together and inspiring each other. It is about community and creation, something we felt was lacking.

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Heather Kemesky by Liz Collins (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Way Perry | Hair Samantha Hillerby (Streeters London) | Makeup Maxine Leonard (Jed Root) | Manicurist Jenny Longworth (Camilla Lowther Management) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Leila Goldkuhl by Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Akari Endo-Gaut (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Kevin Ryan (Art + Commerce) | Makeup Mathias van Hooff (Management + Artists) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Harleth Kuusik by Amy Troost | Hair Holli Smith | Casting Beth Dubin


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Anabel Krasnotsvetova by Julia Noni (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Stylist Vittoria Cerciello (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Franco Gobbi (Streeters New York) | Makeup Violette (Management + Artists) | Manicurist Eri Handa | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Briley Jones by Ben Hassett (Management + Artists) | Stylist Anna Trevelyan (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair Peter Gray (Home Agency) | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench (Streeters London) | Manicurist Martha Fekete (Bryan Bantry)


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Sofia Fanego byPaul Maffi | Stylist Paul Sinclaire (Katy Barker) | Hair Tomo Kono | Manicurist Jin Soon Choi (Jed Root)


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Olivia Jansing by Marcus Ohlsson (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management, Stockholm: LUNDLUND) | Stylist Michelle Cameron (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Rita Marmor (Streeters New York) | Makeup Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Manicurist Honey (Exposure NY) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Harmony Boucher by David Oldham | Hair Raphael Salley (Streeters London) | Makeup Janeen Witherspoon | Manicurist Imarni (Saint Luke Artist Management)



Romantic Rebellion

March 8th, 2016 Posted by models.com » Post a comment

Fernanda Ly is both goddess and myth in Vogue China’s March 2016 issue photographed by Daniel Jackson. With the gaze of a man-eater, lounging in a metal-embroidered dress by Louis Vuitton and a sheer look from Gucci, the model-in-waiting anticipates the arrival of her next victim. Esther Langham frames the beauty’s signature pink locks while rosy-hued punctuations to the lips and cheeks by Dotti correspond with the surrounding pink flora. The moody visuals in this feature do nothing but add to the it-girl’s earned ascent. Take a peek below.

Text by Derrick Gaitér

Photographer – Daniel Jackson | Fashion Editor – Tiina Laakkonen (Streeters New York) | Hair – Esther Langham (Art + Commerce)| Makeup – Dotti (Streeters New York) | Nails – Rica Romain (LMC Worldwide)

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Modern Day Rebels

March 4th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Issue 4 of Re-Edition Magazine declares “We have everything and we have nothing” (by way of Bukowski) and with that obscure aphorism offers up its ink to the foremost underground talents who stay true to their own nonconformist roots.  Six covers so seemingly simple they’re beyond any traces of superficiality. With Re-Edition, content is king and creative forces like Willy VanderperreHarley WeirCollier Schorr, Mark BorthwickRobbie SpencerLotta Volkova and designer Gosha Rubchinskiy see to that in a respective effort. Casting underlines the lesser seen, but captures the defining spirit of the modern day rebel. The styling’s rakish, the faces are unique and the visuals equal it all–everything and nothing, too.

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Casil McArthur by Collier Schorr | Stylist Robbie Spencer


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Marland Backus by Mark Borthwick (Print & Contact)


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Hannah Quinlan Anderson by Dan Giuliani | Stylist Jo Barker


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By Harley Weir (Art Partner) | Stylist Lotta Volkova (Management + Artists)


 

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Suzi Leenaars by Harley Weir (Art Partner) | Stylist Lotta Volkova (Management + Artists)


 

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Caroline Clante by Johnny Dufort | Stylist Lotta Volkova (Management + Artists)


 

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Gosha Rubchinskiy


 

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Marland Backus by Mark Borthwick (Print & Contact)


 

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Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce)


 

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Casil McArthur by Collier Schorr | Stylist Robbie Spencer


 


The Greatest’s Youthquake

March 4th, 2016 Posted by jonathan » Post a comment

For its Spring 2016 issue, menswear biannual The Greatest Magazine explores fashion’s endless fascination with youth, in all its possibility and potential for change. Erik van Gils leads off with the cover in a story by Alessandro Dal Buoni and Matteo Greco that moves with the season’s easy feeling in crisp black and white, and also stars Sven de Vries, Niels Trispel, Dominik Hahn, and Guerrino Santulliana, among others. Massimo Pamparana and Greco capture Mats Van Snippenberg‘s boyish appeal, while Sam Harwood displays his athletic energy in an editorial by Lowe H Seger and Christopher Preston. Thomas Goldblum and Benoit Martinengo take on the season’s fresh high-waisted look, and the new oversized silhouette finds its shape in a story from Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and Jérôme André (Visual Artist UK ). An accompanying moody, introspective film by Luca De Santis finds Gucci campaign star Hugo Goldhoorn dressed by Greco in the brand’s gentle Spring designs.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue and video, out now, below.

The Greatest Fashion Film #10 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Hugo Goldhoorn | Director – Luca De Santis | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Erik van Gils | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Mats Van Snippenberg | Photographer – Massimo Pamparana | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Aske Hyldborg Jensen and Tancrede Scalabre | Photographer – Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Stylist – Jérôme André (Visual Artist UK )

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Jean Lemersre and Bartolome Chapel | Photographer – Thomas Goldblum | Stylist – Benoit Martinengo

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Neil Barrett | Photographer – Stefan Gifthaler

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Damir Doma | Photographer – Alessandro Furchino Capria (2DM )

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Valters Medenis and Paul Bonnabry | Photographer – Emanuele Fontanesi | Stylist – Benoit Bethume

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Eva Borovska, Noemie Abigail, Louis Rault, Julius J, and Roman Garkusha | Photographer – Elina Kechicheva (Shotview Photographers Management) | Stylist – Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

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Dominik Hahn and Niels Trispel | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Ariana Kopljar, Pascal Wilke, and Sven de Vries | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Lukas Gaffie and Erik van Gils | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco


The Art of Fashion

March 3rd, 2016 Posted by models.com » Post a comment

Neiman Marcus releases its Spring 2016 advertising campaign for the “Art of Fashion” series, photographed by Yvan Fabing, starring Xiao Wen Ju frolicking in Etro, Saint Laurent, Chloe among other luxury brands. Worlds of wonder and madness come together producing explosive choreography that sends high fashion even higher. Breaking the rules is well within Fabing’s reach with his history of experimenting with motion. Dolled-up by hairstylist Peter Gray and makeup artist Georgi Sandev, Xiao Wen, our new Industry Icon, quakes with youth and vitality making her this season’s muse of the high end retailer.

Photographer Yvan Fabing | Stylist – Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York) | Hair Stylist – Peter Gray (Home Agency)| Makeup Artist – Georgi Sandev (Streeters New York)

Text by Derrick Gaitér

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Vogue China Ties It All Up

March 2nd, 2016 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

For its latest offering, Vogue China throws caution to the wind in this strap-heavy fashion story on newsstands now. Mae Lapres is all tied up as she charismatically saunters through the fanciful set captured by photographer Liu Song. A sartorial selection of Céline, Jacquemus, and Rosie Assoulin is curated by stylist Yoyo Yao and set against graphic blocks and painterly brushstrokes. A ruby-rouged pout and naturally wavy fringe polished by Parco Cheung and Qian Xu rounds up this editorial focused on primary coloring and the simple sway of things. Etched sets and Mae’s cool girl vibe make these visuals easy, effortless, and elegant.

Photographer – Liu Song (Red+) | Stylist – Yoyo Yao | Hair – Parco Cheung | Makeup – Xin Miao (Red+)

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Rhythm and Blues

March 1st, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For the latest Numéro cover story starring Maartje Verhoef, Txema Yeste creates a flowing collision of color, glitz and rhythm. The moody editorial has Maartje garbed in extravagant dresses and gowns styled by Samuel Francois. With Txema, nothing’s ever as simple as it seems, whether it’s the complexity of light and color play or the articulated posing. That said, leave it to Dutch rarity Maartje to make it look like easy work. Here’s a preview of the editorial and see the full cover story inside the magazine.

Maartje Verhoef by Txema Yeste | Styling Samuel Francois | Hair Nicolas Jurnjack (Management + Artists) | Makeup Lloyd Simmonds (New York: Tim Howard Management, MILANO: THE GREEN APPLE ITALIA SRL)

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