Spring Forward

March 24th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia comment (1)

Hercules Universal celebrates the “Endless Affair” with their latest issue, offering a clean and crisp vision of Spring/Summer 2015. Four black-and-white covers kick it off, featuring English actor Jeremy Irvine by Ben Weller, French rocker Marlon Magnée by Hedi Slimane, and models Alessio Pozzi and Austin Scoggin by, respectively, Daniel Riera and Bruno Staub. Social-media sensation Lucky Blue Smith stars in a vivid feature by Giampaolo Sgura, while Pozzi and Arran Sly look sharp in summer whites by Riera. Felix Gesnouin stars in an introspective story from Philippe Vogelenzang, and another editorial by Sgura peeks at the artistic life.

Staub’s collections feature, shot on Fire Island in gorgeous monochrome, features a passel of summer-ready Soul Artist Management faces, including Doug Pickett, Blaine Cook, Sean Harju, Brian Shimansky, Henry Watkins and Cory Bond, all of whom also appear in an accompanying video, premiering here on Models.com. Take a look at an exclusive preview of the issue below.

IMPRESSIVE ENCOUNTER from HERCULES UNIVERSAL on Vimeo.

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Photographer Daniel Riera (Jed Root), fashion editor Francesco Sourigues (De Facto), model Alessio Pozzi

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Photographer Ben Weller (Camilla Lowther Management), fashion editor David Vivirido, talent Jeremy Irvine

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Photographer Hedi Slimane, model Marlon Magnée

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Photographer Bruno Staub (Chris Boals Artists CBA), fashion editor David Vivirido, modelAustin Scoggins

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Photographer Hedi Slimane, model Marlon Magnée

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Photographer Giampaolo Sgura (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), fashion editor Miguel Arnau (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), model Ryan Tift, Aiden Shaw, second image Jacob Hankin

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Photographer Daniel Riera (Jed Root), fashion editor Francesco Sourigues (De Facto), model Alessio Pozzi, Arran Sly

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Photographer Bruno Staub (Chris Boals Artists CBA), fashion editor David Vivirido, model Minkah Davidson, second image Brian Shimansky, Max Wefers

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Photographer Giampaolo Sgura (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), fashion editor Miguel Arnau (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), model Lucky Blue Smith

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Photographer Ben Weller (Camilla Lowther Management), fashion editor David Vivirido, talent Jeremy Irvine

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Photographer Philippe Vogelenzang (Jed Root), fashion editor Darcy Backlar (Management + Artists), model Felix Gesnouin

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Photographer Mark Kean, fashion editor Way Perry (Jed Root) model Felix Morriss

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Photographer Thomas Goldblum, fashion editor Azza Yousif, model Aaron Gatward


Russian Spring

March 23rd, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comment (1)

As winter thaws it gives way to fresh editorials and dewy looks. Meghan Collison helps with that changeover for Numero Russia’s April 2015 cover story by An Le. A very vernal Meghan ushers in the more hospitable weather with wettish hair and satiny, porcelain skin on the mock tundra set (minus the frigid bite). The fox-eyed icon poses in carefree spring looks styled by Phuong My alongside a half dog/half wolf sidekick. The storybook-esque editorial reminds us how good it’s going to feel to shed those winter layers.

Photos courtesy of An Le Studio

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Photography & Concept: An Le
Art director: Christopher Sollinger
Stylist: Phuong My
Make-up Artist: Hung Vanngo
Hair: Nicolas Eldin
Manicurist: Geraldine Holford
Set designer: Dylan Auman
Scenic painter: Robert Christie
Production by Luz Pavon & Victoria Pavon NYC
Behind the scene: Antonio Deblaz
Talent: Meghan Collison


VEOIR 4: Body & Art Issue

March 23rd, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

For the fourth issue of up and coming magazine VEOIR, fashion is romanticized as a stark accompaniment to bare form. The Body & Art issue features seductively imagined images by photographers like Ryan Michael Kelly, William Lords and Léa Nielsen and includes an interview with James Franco. A sleek Alana Zimmer fronts the issue in a high gloss breast plate styled by Nick Nelson. Continuing the motif William Lords makes fashion a second skin with designer pieces painted on models Jennifer Pugh and Kristel Van Valkenhoef. Throughout the zine, the stone-faced gazes of the models and spartan styling reveals in the shadows the edgy attitude of VEOIR. Check out our exclusive preview below.

Alana Zimmer by Ryan Michael Kelly, styling by Nick Nelson

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Isabel by Léa Nielsen, styling by Darryl Rodrigues

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Kristel Van Valkenhoef and Jennifer Pugh by William Lords, Painting by Anastasia Durasova

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Amanda Mitchell by Ryan Michael Kelly

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Anders Hayward by Thomas Goldblum, styling by Darryl Rodrigues

James Franco by William Lords

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Ehren Dorsey by Julia Comita, Sculpture art by Jajyu


Legs Are Not Doors: Proenza Schouler

March 20th, 2015 Posted by models.com comment (1)

Proenza Schouler‘s cool, downtown vibe continues this Spring 2015 season with plenty of long fringe and exotic skins to go around courtesy of the styling from Sara Moonves (Camilla Lowther Management). Directed by Harley Weir with creative direction by Jen Brill, film Legs Are Not Doors shows resident cool girls looking enticing as ever. A very pregnant Liv TylerChloe SevignyLiya Kebede, Binx Walton, Fei Fei Sun, Laura Love, Raina Hamner, Solveig Almaas, India Menuez, and Olympia Scarry make vulnerable sincerity appear so charming. (post by Irene Ojo and Steven Yatsko)

Still images courtesy of Harley Weir
Casting by Kegan Webb

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The Lady is a Vamp

March 20th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

The biannual Vamp—cheekily subtitled “a magazine about women on top”—celebrates its first birthday with the release of the new Spring 2015 issue, complete with four powerful covers, starring Versus’ new creative director Anthony Vaccarello with his muse Mica Arganaraz, along with Hilary Rhoda, Jessica Miller, and Drake Burnette with David Agbodji. Dedicated to powerful women, the magazine brings together art, fashion, and culture, with features on the painter Anh Duong and the actress and muse Rossy De Palma. Miller amps up the sex appeal while Burnette and Agbodji offer a sculptural look at the season’s sharpest collections. Take a look at an exclusive preview of the new issue below.

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Drake Burnette and David Agbodji by Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management), styling by Elizabeth Sulcer (Lalaland Artists)

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Anthony Vaccarello and Mica Arganaraz by Nico (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY, Berlin: Shotview Photographers Management), styling by Barbara Martelo

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Hilary Rhoda by Bruno Staub (Chris Boals Artists CBA), styling by David Vivirido

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Jessica Miller by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York), styling by Elizabeth Sulcer (Lalaland Artists)

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New Day

March 19th, 2015 Posted by jonathanshia comments (2)

Change is in the air. GQ Style UK celebrates a new editor—former fashion director Luke Day— and a new season with their Spring/Summer 2015 issue, out on newsstands today. Matthew Brookes contributes a retro look back, with a playful fashion story celebrating Sixties Ivy League style— think faded windbreakers, perfectly creased khakis, and battered Converses. Edward Wilding, Andy Walters, and Sacha Legrand play the preppy part, looking classically cool and contemporary all at once. Take an exclusive look at the story and accompanying video below.

Photos/video/credits all courtesy GQ Style Uk

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Photographer: Matthew Brookes (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )
Stylist: Luke Day (Jed Root)
Hair stylist: Matt Mulhall (Streeters London)
makeup artist: Elizabeth Hsieh
models: Sacha Legrand, Andy Walters and Edward Wilding
photo assistants Marlene Boulad and Ben Parks, stylist’s assistants, Sophie Clark Ben Schofield and Emily Tighe, digital technician Philipp Paulus, production KO Productions, lighting Pro Lighting, location Charterhouse


Birth of Marilyn

March 18th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

“The transformation from innocent to icon isn’t easy–or accidental” says the “Jolie Laide” issue of CR Fashion Book. On that note, the story photographed by Sebastian Faena (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) conceptually takes model Kitty Hayes “from child to calendar girl to seductress” as she is transformed into America’s iconic and breathless beauty Marilyn Monroe. The seventeen-year-old Hayes beams a mouth full of hardware and is championed by Carine Roitfeld herself, putting Kitty on the cover. The hardware serves as an unusual but apropos accessory considering the issue’s motif with the breakout from Reading, London, scouted back when she was twelve.

For her metamorphosis Hayes is re-imagined by Roitfeld who costumes her in modern classics with cherry red lips and ribboned, honey locks, and then eventually to the infamous shade of blonde Monroe took as she transformed, all the while wearing her braces. It’s one of the more redolent styling choices (even if not by choice), something that is symbolic of many things: change, imperfection, innocence, and a touchstone of adolescence. That semblance of girlhood is flouted as soon as pigtails become a suggestive, curvy lean and the braces graduate to a nose bandage. The issue is out on newsstands now.

Photos courtesy of CR Fashion Book


Tush is in Season

March 17th, 2015 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix comment (1)

Tush holds no bars so when their latest issue celebrates 10 years expect the unconventional. Their editorial is just as creative as usual with starking imagery that makes cover models Myla Dalbesio, Luca Gajdus, Irene Hiemstra, Sabrina Ioffreda, Lina Berg,& Toni Garrn beautifully metamorphic. From Irina exquisite in Iris van Herpen to Myla bearing all in her designer best. Tush called on the talents of creatives Txema Yeste, Oliver Stalmans, Liz Collins (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), Armin Morbach, & Marcus Ohlsson (LUNDLUND) to bring their arresting vision to the quarterly publication and the results are more than impressive.

See an exclusive look at the covers below.

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Myla Dalbesio by Armin Morbach, styling by Ingo Nahrwold.

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Irene Hiemstra by Armin Morbach, styling by Katrin Gerhardy.

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Sabrina Ioffreda by Txema Yeste, styling by Bernat Buscato.

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Lina Berg by Liz Collins (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), styling by Lynn Schmidt (Walter Schupfer Management).

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Luca Gajdus by Marcus Ohlsson (LUNDLUND), styling by Joanne Blades.

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Toni Garrn by Hunter & Gatti (OPUS), styling by Brandon Maxwell (Camilla Lowther Management).


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