Amazing Grace

November 12th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comment (1)

With her delicate features and bright blue eyes, Grace Hartzel is one of the prettiest models to grace the pages of fashion glossies of late, but don’t let the doll-like beauty fool you Grace is a force to be reckoned with. Over the past few months Grace has been steadily racking up a slew of impressive editorials, working with some of fashion’s coolest publications and best photographers. With three editorials in a row in Vogue Paris, a chic only-girl story in the latest Interview Magazine and compelling shots in British Vogue all eyes are on Grace. Coming off the heels of an impressive season (and exclusive) season is an accomplishment, but following it up with editorial after editorial of quality is what makes a model a star.

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Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) (Photographer) / Elin Svahn (Stylist) / Rudi Lewis (Management + Artists) (Hair Stylist) / Francelle Daly (Makeup Artist) / Nicholas Jardins (Set Designer) / Michelle Lee (Casting Director) / See the full story in the fashion database

 


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Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) (Photographer) / Suzanne Koller (Fashion Editor/Stylist) / Shay Ashual (Hair Stylist) /Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) (Makeup Artist) / See the full story in the fashion database


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Venetia Scott (Photographer) / Bay Garnett (Fashion Editor/Stylist) / Neil Moodie (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )(Hair Stylist) / See the full story in the fashion database

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First Look : EXIT

November 11th, 2014 Posted by Janelle » Post a comment

As one of the most arresting and in your face publications around we always expect the very best from Exit Magazine. Their latest issue delivers high octane editorial from start to finish with a curated selection of top models, ultra-cool photographers and the latest in fashion, film and art. Fashion director Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates) infuses the magazine with a haute fashion perspective without losing the youthful insouciance that makes each page pop. Whether it is Yumi Lambert posing in metallic face paint, or Riley Montana looking chic in the season’s finest wares Exit excites.

For even more Exit be sure to check out Exit Magazine.co.uk

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Ph: Rory Payne Sty: Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates)| Model: Yumi Lambert @ IMG

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Ph: Janneke Van der Hagen| Sty: Jason Hughes| Model: Liam Gardner @ Select

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Ph: Michael Schwartz (De Facto)| Styl: Almudena Guerra Model: Riley Montana @ NYMM

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Ph: Joachim Mueller Ruchholtz (Visual Artist UK )| Sty: Jason Hughes| Models: Charlie Cooper at Models 1, Bram Valbracht at Supa, Jake Lucas @ Tomorrow is Another Day, Joseph Brandon at D1 and Tommaso de Benedictis at Tomorrow Is Another Day

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Ph: Danielle Levitt| Styl: Jessica Bobince (See Management)| Street Casting

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Ph: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)| Styl: Catherine Newell-Hanson (Home Agency)| Model: Dani Witt @ NEXT

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Ph: Tung Walsh| Sty: Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates)| Model: Eilika Meckbach @ Women

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The Return

November 10th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (8)

Everyone loves a comeback story and this year no comeback has been more talked about, or hotly debated as Gemma Ward. Since resurfacing on the Prada runway during fashion month Gemma has been hard at work and the first of her high profile covers is Vogue Australia. Her hometown glossy has featured her on the cover several times before, but this issue marks Vogue Australia’s 55th anniversary and they celebrate with a bang. Emma Summerton shoots Gemma in cool blue tones, while visual effects team Animal Logic (the minds behind the effects in The Lego Movie, Happy Feet and The Great Gatsby) give the cover a surrealist touch. Inside Gemma’s sister, Sophie interviews her for a special feature in what is guaranteed to be an issue filled with excitement.

For more Gemma and a sneak peek inside the issue visit Vogue.com.au

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The Iconoclast

November 7th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comment (1)

Isabella Rossellini.
Interview Magazine.
Bruce Weber. Steven Meisel. Peter Lindbergh. Herb Ritts. Robert Mapplethorpe.

Interview offers an inspired trip through the legendary beauty’s career from her photographic work, to cinematic endeavors. With a portfolio that includes images from nearly every major photographer and an equally diverse range of styles, the piece is a fitting tribute to one of fashion’s foremost personalities.


View the story and accompanying interview at Interview Magazine.com

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Black & White

November 6th, 2014 Posted by jonathanshia » Post a comment

Pure black-and-white marks the way forward in the Fall 2014 of Varón Magazine, with the fresh face of seventeen-year-old Yiyo, lauded as the world’s greatest flamenco dancer, staring out from the powerful cover. There’s a similarly clean purity to the rest of the issue as well, from Pizco’s portrait portfolio of thirteen British models styled by Hugo Lavín to Thomas Giddings’ introspective story styled by Way Perry (Jed Root) and starring Simon Fitskie. Erik van Gils brings a soft innocence to Jan Lehner’s Spring 2015 preview, while Lanvin’s Lucas Ossendrijver also offers a look ahead at what’s to come next year. The magazine includes a look at the legendary photographer Stephen Shore, and promising new London-based menswear designers Mirja Rosendahl, Rory Parnell-Mooney, and Sebastiaan Pieter, covering all the bases for the new season. Take a look at the exclusive preview below.

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Grand Dames

November 5th, 2014 Posted by Janelle comments (2)

Tim Walker.
Vogue China.
Xiao Wen Ju.
Fei Fei Sun.

The holiday season comes early with Walker’s delightful new covers for Vogue China. Walker’s minimal images offer a stripped down take on fantastical fashion, with the focus solely on the clothes, the girls and decorative calligraphy on the right. The resulting covers are elegant, evocative and easily rank amongst the best of the year. (casting by Larissa Gunn)

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Fathers & Sons

November 4th, 2014 Posted by Betty comments (2)

Upstart British menswear magazine HERO Magazine has always had a knack for going big, and their latest issue is no different, with rising star Ansel Elgort on the cover. Inside, a powerful thirty-page feature offers a fictional take on cult life, photographed by Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists) in lush, documentary-style black and white. “What I wanted to achieve was almost documentary stills,” says fashion editor Gro Curtis, “like Sebastian is a photographer for LIFE in the Seventies visiting this strange commune upstate.” The contemplative images in “Father” capture both action and solitude, with a hint of menace, pulling inspiration from the story of Jonestown and attitude from the languorous young adults of Martha Marcy May Marlene. The young acolytes, (casting by Douglas Perrett) played by Gustav Morstad, Marshall Brockley, Ryan James, AJ Mason, Cashel Barnett, and Daniel Caban, are dressed simply by Curtis, in keeping with a concept that is more about art than fashion. “Narration is what I believe in, and Sebastian joined in so strongly with this concept,” Curtis explains. “It is dark and strange and sinister and perhaps funny in one moment, but it looks real. It doesn’t look like a fashion story. That’s what we tried to achieve.” Take a look at our exclusive preview below.

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Unconventional

November 3rd, 2014 Posted by jonathanshia comments (2)

The latest issue of “unconventional” British menswear magazine CLIENT Magazine hits stands this week, packed with the fresh faces and crisp, classic black-and-white photography that has become the publication’s calling card. A moody Ton Heukels stares out from Emmanuel Giraud’s cover story, and the rest of the issue takes a similarly evocative view on the new season. Arran Turton Phillips is captured by Rokas Darulis along a rocky coastline, while Andrew Weir finds Jan Aeberhard rolling in the wintry sand. Ian Cole gathers a portfolio of the best new faces from London’s Select agency in sharp portraits, and Sergi Pons (Red+) offers a bit of heat in a story—with a gorgeous accompanying video directed by Antonina Obrador—starring the iconic Andres Velencoso Segura. Other features find us in the woods, in the fields, and in Budapest’s swinging Opus Jazz Club, and Jeremy Kost offers up a peek at the his contemplative, new multiple-exposure Polaroids. Take a look at our exclusive preview of the new issue below.

“Beloved & kidnapped” for CLIENT MAGAZINE #12 with Andres Velencoso Segura from CLIENT TV on Vimeo.

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