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Toy Story

March 26th, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

Tim Walker brings boundless creativity to the pages of W Magazine, with a spirited couture story that transforms models into living dolls straight out of the toy chest. Edward Enninful provides a treasure trove of spring couture looks selecting the very best from Schiaparelli, Dior, Chanel and Valentino then mixing them with pieces from National Theatre Costume and jewels from Buccellati and Harry Winston. The combination makes for an fairytale mix that seems fit for a Broadway production or fantastical film. The appealing cast of Nastya StenMalaika Firth, Natalie WestlingOla RudnickaEsmerelda Seay ReynoldsRiley MontanaLaura O’GradyJake Love and Sang Woo Kim add to the story’s beauty bringing their fresh faces and a bouyant youthful spirit to Walker’s images.

See the full ‘Babes in Toyland’ story on W Magazine.com

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Come As You Are

March 26th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (5)

The Daria Werbowy magic is alive and well on the cover of i-D Magazine. In the second issue since the magazine’s revamp Karim Sadli delivers a stripped down shot of Werbowy covering one eye for the signature i-D wink. Dressed to perfection by Alastair McKimm the minimalist style she’s come to embody, Daria’s tattooed ring finger and nonchalant grace give you a hint of devil may care personality. Curious about the woman behind the portrait? The accompanying interview fills in the blanks taking readers into Werbowy’s private world of sailing, Ashtanga yoga and her beloved pup, Strawballz.

Read the full story at i-D.Vice.com

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Behati in Paradise

March 26th, 2014 Posted by Matthew comments (3)

Ah, to be Behati Prinsloo. During a recent spot on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the 24-year-old Namibian beauty joked about the misfortune of supermodels like herself who must travel to exotic and glamourous locations, like a little placed called St. Barths. Fulfilling the demands of her career, naturally, Behati jets to the beaches of Tulum in her latest editorial for Vogue Espana. Shot by Greg Kadel, the Victoria’s Secret Angel romps about in a more natural state, relaxing in Havana Laffitte’s summer-ready looks and flashing more than a few joyful grins.

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Happiness

March 25th, 2014 Posted by jonathanshia comments (2)

Ever since their start back in October 2013, the team behind Italian menswear magazine The Greatest has devoted each issue to a single theme, with the latest—for Spring 2014—revolving around the idea of happiness. “Happiness is something for which we are always looking,” explains Matteo Greco, editor-in-chief. “I needed to find it, I needed to express it. It’s a very simple feeling, but not a trivial one.” That happiness—not, it should be noted, mere light-heartedness or frivolity—comes across most clearly in the opening feature of artwork by photographer Luca de Santis, who spread clusters of cheerful yellow fuzz across otherwise sombre and banal images, injecting a sense of optimism right from the start. The editorials, which Greco says carry the same “nostalgic vision” as in previous issues, also take a lighter tone, from Paolo Zerbini‘s saturated story of youth and innocence to Stefania Paparelli‘s feature on Adrien Sahores, who looks every bit the carefree, dignified Parisian undergrad. Cover model Benjamin Eidem is captured by Lowe H Seger in serene, pale blues styled by Greco himself, who calls Eidem his favorite model and “one of the most elegant I’ve ever worked with.” An accompanying film by Damian Sammarco and Sergio Andretti finds Linus Gustin walking through the city streets dressed all in Dior Homme, seemingly in search of something he can’t quite name. There is a hint of sadness to the proceedings, but Greco reminds us that happiness is, after all, in the eye of the beholder. “Sometimes we are not happy, but we are always the ones who decide whether to be happy or not,” he says. “I decided to be.”

The Greatest Fashion Film #6 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

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Welcome to Miami

March 25th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

Vogue Paris is always in search of the next fashion capital and this month the magazine turns its eye to the beaches of Miami. Cover star Cameron Russell and Malaika Firth sport pumped up hair and body conscious fashions as they strut down city streets and yacht hop with the rich and rebellious. Emmanuelle Alt‘s gift for mixing luxe streetwear is evident in all the shots and with his colorful, energetic style of photography Mario Testino (Art Partner) is the perfect man to capture Miami’s eclectic scene.

See the full story in the fashion database

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Desert Song

March 24th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

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In the midst of the dessert a vision of glamour emerges. Isabeli lends her showgirl panache to George’s atmospheric images as Bolliger works in an array of eye-catching pieces from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Agent Provocateur. Sequins, marabou feathers and other exquisite details abound but when these luxurious trappings are paired with the faded, dreamlike style of the photographs it creates a haunting mood.

See the full story in the fashion database

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Angeleno

March 24th, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

Fresh from her turn on F/W’s Top Newcomers list, the glamorous Ola Rudnicka lands on the front page of Numéro‘s latest issue. With her movie star looks and dramatic presence Ola makes for a fitting choice for an issue dedicated to Los Angeles and its enduring mystique. Richard Bush shoots the captivating black and white cover that sets the tone for an edition filled with the best LA has to offer.

For more on Numero’s latest check out Numero Magazine.com

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Through the Lens

March 21st, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

The legacy of Linda McCartney lives on in the pages of British Vogue with an atmospheric story by Glen Luchford (Art Partner) reminding us all of the celebrated photographer and animal rights activist’s natural charms.

Stylist Jane How (Art Partner) recreates Linda’s signature style with a mix of archival pieces from Linda’s wardrobe alongside new designs by daughter, Stella McCartney. Luchford’s dreamy snapshots serve to compliment the easygoing, late 70s vibe of the fashions, while Suvi Koponen takes the lead role capturing Linda’s spirt and ebullient energy.

The accompanying film with its Wings soundtrack and home movie feel gives a complete portrait of Linda as a mother, image maker and enduring icon. See the teaser film below and the full film in the Vogue UK iPad app.

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