January is for Gigi

December 7th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comments (2)

What’s Gigi Hadid‘s New Year’s resolution? Apparently to set the record straight for any skeptics leaving little doubt about her all-star rank, if her Victoria’s Secret runway debut wasn’t enough. The girl on fire adds another notch to her Vogue belt with the solo cover of British Vogue by Patrick Demarchelier just after her November Vogue Italia cover.  Versace keeps her in good company (to say the least) next to supermodel fixtures Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann shot by Steven Klein , while Stuart Weitzman‘s campaign features a stripped down Gigi between Joan Smalls and Lily Aldridge, further exalting her position amongst the forces of modeling. Add on her Numéro cover and it’s looking like it’s going to be a very Gigi 2016.


By Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Kate Phelan / Hair James Pecis (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) / Makeup Sally Branka / Nails Reiko Okusa


Gigi Hadid, Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann by Steven Klein (Art Partner) / Stylist David Bradshaw & Jacob K (Streeters London) / Hair Jimmy Paul / Makeup Lucia Pieroni (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)
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Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Lily Aldridge by Mario Testino (Art Partner)

 


Numéro Versus Nature

December 2nd, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comment (1)

Tucked inside Numéro latest issue, Txema Yeste offers us rich imagery starring a perfectly posed Amilna Estevao, who is not to be outdone by the sweeping landscape. The editorial is an impressive envisioning of power, color and poise all unified by Yeste’s eye and the styling work of Elizabeth Sulcer. Not much was needed to make Amilna shine, but beauty team Olivier Lebrun and Victor Alvarez brought out her best. See a preview of the story below.

 

Amilna Estevao by  Txema Yeste / Styling Elizabeth Sulcer (Lalaland Artists) / Hair Olivier Lebrun (See Management) / Makeup Victor Alvarez (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) / Set Cristina Ramos

 
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Intermission Favors the Feminine

December 2nd, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko comment (1)

For Intermission‘s 11th issue, the magazine dons six covers framing a selection of faces from Sasha Pivovarova to Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, never missing a casting beat in-between. The inside stories favor the feminine over all else, like a rosy-cheeked Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge or John Scarisbrick‘s version of Kati Nescher as the most modern woman. Casper Sejersen conceptualizes a geometric editorial featuring Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, styled by Hannes Hetta–the shoot goes beyond by adding extra steps like some fashionable folding. Check out the rest of the issue preview below.

Images courtesy of Intermission Magazine

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Sasha Pivovarova by Jeff Bark (Management + Artists) / Styling Elin Svahn (Streeters London) / Hair Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Lisa Houghton (Tim Howard Management)


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Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce) / Styling Brian Molloy (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Hair Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


Isabella Emmack by Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Belén Casadevall / hair Tony Lundström / Makeup Ignacio Alonso


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Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Charlotte Wales (Mini Title Ltd) / Styling Hannes Hetta / Hair James Brown (Premier Hair and Make-Up) /Makeup Adrien Pinault (Management + Artists)


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Kati Nescher by John Scarisbrick / Styling Clare Byrne / Makeup Kanako Takase / Hair Shingo Shibata


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Russh Hour

December 1st, 2015 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

Russh wants us to all get together for the holidays and feel the magic for its latest December/January issue. The visual tome features cover star and hot list member Steffy Argelich looking effortlessly cool and inviting in pieces picked by Ilona Hamer and glowing visuals shot by Blair Getz Mezibov. Dutch stunner Annely Bouma models the spectrum of black and white fashions of the season in a wondrously pared down editorial by James Nelson and Verity Parker. Finally, Rahel Weiss travels to the mesmerizing world of Marrakech to intimately capture Swedish beauty Dorothea Barth Jorgensen in the pale haze. Be sure to check out the new issue on newsstands December 3rd.

Images courtesy of Russh Magazine.

Photographer – Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK ) | Stylist – Ilona Hamer (BRIDGE Artists) | Hair – Thomas Dunkin (BRIDGE Artists) | Makeup – Erin Green | Model – Steffy Argelich

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Photographer – James Nelson | Stylist – Verity Parker (Jed Root) | Hair – Jose Quijano (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | Makeup – Zoe Taylor (Jed Root) | Model – Annely Bouma | Casting – Larissa Gunn

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Photographer – Rahel Weiss | Stylist – Bridie Gilbert | Hair & Makeup – Carolyn Gallyer | Model – Dorothea Barth Jorgensen

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Client Turns 5!

November 24th, 2015 Posted by jonathan » Post a comment

British menswear magazine CLIENT Magazine has always been known for its elegance and subtlety, from the crisp black-and-white photography to the clean-lined design, so it’s no surprise that they would celebrate their fifth anniversary without undue fanfare. Instead of an advertisement for themselves, the latest issue keeps the spotlight, as always, on the models within, starting with cover boys Mats Van Snippenberg and Erik van Gils, who help lead off the NEXT Model Army, a feature of many of the agency’s notable faces, from Kit Butler and Paul-Alexandre Haubtmann to Carl Axelsson and Lucky Blue Smith, all of them shot over the course of a day by Ian Cole in the London offices. “Ian was great,” says Smith of the experience. “He let me make silly faces, so that made it super fun.”

The rest of the issue is an appropriate celebration of what the magazine sees as “unconventional British menswear.” Rebecca Naen and Daisy Deane take on outerwear in film strips, while Daniel Fraser and Dee Moran offer an unconventional look at print-heavy streetwear. Rokas Darulis and Kevin Kim capture Simon Fitskie in the season’s surprising textures, and Matthew Bell stars in a knitwear feature on a windswept beach photographed by Rodrigo Carmuega and styled by Cristina Planelles. Take an exclusive first look at the issue below.

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Paul Barge by Marie Elodie Fallourd, styled by Nicholas Galletti

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Wing, Kit Butler, Reece, Dominik, Kit (again eyes shut), Hugo & Kit Butler (full portrait) all at Next London by Ian Cole

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Jon Hosking, Nikolai Smith, Timur Simakov, James Kelly, Max Frentz & Carl (full portrait) all at Next Models London by Ian Cole

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Joel Mignott at AMCK (left) & James Phillips at Storm (right) by Rebecca Naen, styled by Daisy Deane

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Simon Fitskie at Elite London by Rokas Darulis, styled by Kevin Kim

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Sami at AMCK (left) & Gil B at PRM by Daniel Fraser, styled by Dee Moran

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Matthew Bell at Elite London by Rodrigo Carmuega, styled by Cristina Planelles

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Danny Blake at Scoop Models by Marco van Rijt, styled by Ezra Shami

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Harper’s Bazaar Takes On Bold Color

November 23rd, 2015 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix comment (1)

Colors are superbly vivid in the latest visual offering from Ben Hassett for Harper’s Bazaar. Bold fashion and beauty looks are curated around red-haired stunner, Briley Jones for maximum impact and high voltage elegance. Printed creations from Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Proenza Schouler frame this beauty story focusing on great skin. Beauty team Tamara Mcnaughton and Ayami Nishimura highlight the visage of Briley with dewy skin and a crimson pout to match her copper locks.

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Photographer – Ben Hassett | Fashion Editor – Anna Trevelyan (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup – Ayami Nishimura | Nails – Naomi Yasuda (Streeters New York)

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Vogue Sparkles and Shines

November 20th, 2015 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

Diamonds gleam and sparkle in the latest editorial offering for American Vogue. With portraits shot by Patrick Demarchelier, the spectrum of nightlife wear is curated by Camilla Nickerson along with glimmering jewels. Models Imaan Hammam, Vanessa Moody, Grace Hartzel, Fernanda Ly, Lineisy Montero, Frederikke Sofie & Taylor Hill are all candidly captured in pale-blue creations from Prada, Erdem, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and diamonds galore for the holiday themed issue. Check out more of the images below.

Photographer – Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce) | Stylist – Camilla Nickerson (Art Partner) | Hair – James Pecis (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Makeup – Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) | Nails – Lorandy

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Dazed Makes Magic

November 19th, 2015 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

The winter issue of Dazed & Confused magazine asks “Do you believe in magic?” It would seem so from the singular talent of cover photographer Collier Schorr who oft turns the ordinary into magic. Here done twofold as she lenses the already unordinary faces of Julia Nobis and Rianne van Rompaey for an inside Louis Vuitton portfolio styled by Robbie Spencer. The mix of simple color play and Collier’s seemingly effortless eye turns out a pair of undisguised, model-centric covers.

Robbie Spencer, Creative Director at Dazed added insight into the cover story saying, “For us, Julia and Rianne represent a new generation of supermodel and are redefining what the term even means. They are enduring and chameleon-like and represent a shift in casting aesthetics within the fashion industry today. We wanted to portray Julia and Rianne in a more real and stripped back way for the covers compared to how they are usually seen in magazines, and as such they were the perfect subjects for Collier. Wearing Louis Vuitton’s Cruise collection and Collier’s personal baseball caps, we focused on their personality and the way they would wear the collection. Models are so often used as mere blank canvases to turn into different characters, but we felt Julia and Rianne didn’t need any make up or distractions. They are both so unique and have such a strong presence in front of the camera.”

The rest of the issue, out next week, features Tinashe, Coco Gordon Moore, Nicolas Ghesquière, Beth Ditto, Anjelica Houston, Rila Fukushima and more.

Julia Nobis and Rianne van Rompaey by Collier Schorr / Stylist Robbie Spencer


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