Shine On

February 25th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

The March issue of Vogue Paris has Edie Campbell shimmering for an editorial by David Sims. Silvery sequins and fabrics concocted by stylist Emmanuelle Alt provide plenty of light-catching twinkle. The British muse is bright, too, in front of the lens, flashing her timeless smile or a playful pose. Metallic gold and silver eyelids by Lucia Pieroni and upswept rolls by Paul Hanlon call casually on the nineties. See some of the images below.

Edie Campbell by David Sims | Styling Emmanuelle Alt | Hair Paul Hanlon (New York: Julian Watson Agency NY, London: Julian Watson Agency London) | Makeup Lucia Pieroni (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles)

Carine’s American Girls

February 24th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

CR Fashion Book picks its all-star American girls for the latest issue’s four covers. Gigi Hadid carries Carine’s torch, rising star Staz Lindes glows as a beauty beacon and newcomers Bentley Mescall and Kayla Scott fill us with all sorts of American pride. See the covers below before the issue hits stands February 26th.

Gigi Hadid by Sebastian Faena

Kayla Scott by Rory van Millingen

Staz Lindes by Bjorn Iooss (Jed Root)

Bentley Mescall by Felix Cooper

First Look: ODDA’s Tenth Issue

February 23rd, 2016 Posted by jonathan » Post a comment

For its tenth issue, ODDA Magazine offers up a tribute—or, rather, per the theme, “Tributes”—to what the editor-in-chief David Martin calls the “defining subcultures of contemporary society” in his editor’s letter. The thick new edition, out today, celebrates a wide range of facets of modern culture, from pop and eroticism to androgyny and romantic decadence, and asks how each plays out in the season’s designs. Two of the six covers celebrate the legendary Joan Collins and Helena Christensen, while Rick Owens muse Michele Lamy takes a third, and each is interviewed within about her life and her art. Lindsey Wixson and Yuri Pleskun get intimate for the camera of Michael Donovan, and Rankin (Camilla Lowther Management) and Lola Chatterton take on gender bending with a lot of sparkle. The issue explores androgyny from both sides, with Rhiannon McConnell in menswear by Rebekah Campbell and Martin, and Liam Little in womenswear by Wish Thanasarakhan. Duy Vo and Alba Melendo offer a tour through the whimsical archives of Viktor & Rolf, and Sita Abellan goes full-out Pop for a Moschino special by Anthony Arquier. Piero Mendez finds himself surrounded by shag wallpaper in featured devoted to kitsch, and Lucas Ucedo and Benjamin Knapp offer a contemporary take on the cowboy look in the section celebrating American culture.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue—available today at 10 Corso Como, Milan, and the Tate Modern, London—below.

Liam Little in Prada ODDA 10

Photographer – Wish Thanasarakhan | Stylist – David Martin | Model – Liam Little

Lindsey Wixson ODDA 10

Photographer – Michael Donovan | Stylist – Lisa Jarvis | Model – Lindsey Wixson

Cover Michele Lamy by Julien D'Ys

Michele Lamy | Photographer – Julien d’Ys | Stylist – Alba Melendo

Cover Helena Christensen ODDA 10 Tributes

Helena Christensen | Photographer – Brad Elterman | Stylist – Matt Bidgoli

Cover Erin

Photographer – Maurizio Bavutti (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Stylist – Matthew Marden (See Management) | Model – Erin Mommsen


Joan Collins | Photographer – Tom Johnson | Stylist – Patricia Villirillo

The master plan

Photographer – Brad Elterman | Stylist – Matt Bidgoli | Model – Helena Christensen

Move over

Photographer – Michael Donovan | Stylist – Lisa Jarvis | Model – Lindsey Wixson

Station to Station. Special Moschino

Photographer – Anthony Arquier | Stylist – Alba Melendo | Model – Sita Abellan

Blood and Roses

Photographer – Julien d’Ys | Stylist – Alba Melendo | Model – Michele Lamy

Living on my own

Photographer – Maurizio Bavutti (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Stylist – Matthew Marden (See Management) | Model – Erin Mommsen

Walking in Memphis

Photographer – Alex John Beck (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Stylist – Kathryn Typaldos | Models – Louis Solywoda and Morgan Connelle

Gray Man

Photographer – Erin von Frakenberg | Stylist – Ignacio Ortega | Model – Piero Mendez

Pearls over Shanghai

Photographer – Rankin (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Lola Chatterton | Models – Lily, George, Lidia, Ablie, Isabella, Adam, Josh, Lucy, and Mary

Les Bains. Special Saint Laurent .

Photographer – Stella Berkofsky | Stylist – Marion Jollivet | Model – Jon Cooper

More than a Woman. Collections story

Photographer – Rebekah Campbell | Stylist – David Martin | Model – Rhiannon McConnell

DSECTION is Supercharged

February 22nd, 2016 Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix » Post a comment

The Spring/Summer issue of DSECTION Magazine calls upon Italian royalty to grace their cover and who better than Mariacarla Boscono to take the throne? The supermodel is the first to star in the “Superpower” 16-page cover story and video shot by Frederico Martins and is looking as stunningly sultry and mysterious as ever. Focused on featuring powerful people in the fashion industry, the supercharged, Paris-based fashion book will have 7 covers released over the coming week, over 400 pages of fashion content, and is set to hit newsstands in March.

Check out our exclusive sneak peek at the cover and video below.

Photographer – Frederico Martins | Styling – Nelly de Melo Gonçalves | Hair – Rui Rocha | Makeup – Patricia Lima
Art Direction – Paulo Meixedo & Filipe Fangueiro | Film – Tiago Ribeiro


AnOther Mag Picks its Partygoers

February 17th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Another Magazine‘s latest – the Party Issue – wears four covers and wears them well. A most iconic Moss channels her best “Eyes Wide Shut” for her Alasdair McLellan editorial. The devilishly good-looking black tie affair was styled by Alister Mackie. Other covers include an eclectic cast of cool women with unique takes by top photographers: Bjork by Nick KnightGrimes by Craig McDean and Kristen Stewart by Paolo Roversi. See the AnOther’s chosen partygoers below:

Kate Moss by Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner) | Stylist Alister Mackie (Streeters London)

Bjork by Nick Knight | Stylist Katy England | Peter Philips (Art + Commerce)

Grimes by Craig McDean (Art + Commerce) | Stylist Alex White

Kristen Stewart by Paolo Roversi (Art + Commerce) | Katie Shillingford

First Look: Varon Issue 11

February 16th, 2016 Posted by jonathan comment (1)

For Winter/Spring 2016, menswear magazine Varon Magazine offers a tour of the British Isles, starting with Glaswegian actor and model Connor Newall in the cover story shot by Charlotte Hadden and styled in oversized silhouettes by Hugo Lavín. Inside, William Linton waits for London’s iconic double-deckers in some of the city’s brightest designers like Piczo and Lavín, while Nacho Pinedo and Lavín update one of the nation’s unofficial uniforms—the tracksuit—on Michael Sharp. Young designers Alex Mullins and Daniel W. Fletcher are profiled, along with Dsquared2 in a roadside feature by Kim Jakobsen To and Hamish Wirgman, and Paul Smith rounding up the visuals shot by Lonny Spence and styled by Lavín. The issue ends with a trip across the Channel, as Alex Franco (Paris: ARTIST & AGENCY Paris, NEW YORK: ARTIST & AGENCY) and Mari David capture Dzhovani Gospodinov and Piero Mendez in layers of knits in a Paris courtyard, shot like the rest of the issue—in the magazine’s characteristic sharp black and white.

Take an exclusive first look at the issue, available now, below.

Photographer – Charlotte Hadden | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Connor Newall

Photographer – Will Corry | Stylist – John Alexander Skelton | Model – Joe Frampton at Supa Model Management (London)

Photographer – Nacho Pinedo | Stylist – Natalia Bengoechea | Model – Gabi Sahhar at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne)

Photographer – Kim Jakobsen To | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman

Photographer – Ryan Skelton | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman | Model – George Kirkup-Delph

Photographer – Piczo | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – William Linton at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne)

Photographer – Lonny Spence | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Jack L at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne)

Photographer – Charlotte Hadden | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Connor Newall

Photographer – Nacho Pinedo | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Michael Sharp

Photographer – Lonny Spence | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Tony Bryan

Photographer – Alex Franco (Paris: ARTIST & AGENCY Paris, NEW YORK: ARTIST & AGENCY) | Stylist – Mari David | Model – Piero Mendez

Photographer – Lonny Spence | Stylist – Hugo Lavín | Model – Tony Bryan

Lineisy by Georgia

February 15th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Multitasking model Georgia Hilmer can add another notch to her creative belt–her latest output is Document Journal online where she photographed a full-on fashion editorial. Her experience in front of the lens came in handy, no doubt, when picking poses for fellow model Lineisy Montero. This isn’t the first time she showed she had an eye for shooting, but add Marcela Jacobina into the mix who styled the editorial and added her own romantic, colorful touch to the Georgia’s personal perspective. See a preview of the editorial below or visit Document to see the entire story.

Lineisy Montero by Georgia Hilmer | Stylist Marcela Jacobina | Hair Stylist Dana Boyer using oribe hair care | Make Up Ingeborg using nuxe skincare and lila cosmetics | Casting Director Edward Kim

Heroine Chic

February 11th, 2016 Posted by steven.yatsko » Post a comment

Supermodels have always been viewed as sort of super humans with their exaggerated features, transformative abilities and shroud of unreachableness. Patrick Demarchelier set out to bring that level of mythos into real life for his latest “super” charged editorial for Garage Magazine. Not only is there Avengers-level top tier casting with the likes of Adriana Lima to Grace Hartzel, but the behind the scenes is a league of their own including stylist duo Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall  (Chaos Fashion), beauty direction by Pat McGrath and Jimmy Paul for hair. The team drew from comic culture with a resulting heroine off-duty style fit for the characters they were inspired by.

Adriana Lima, Karlie Kloss, Lexi Boling, Candice Swanepoel, Cuba Tornado Scott and Grace Hartzel by Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce) | Stylist Charlotte Stockdale (Camilla Lowther Management) and Katie Lyall | Beauty Direction Pat McGrath (Streeters London) | Hair by Jimmy Paul | Manicurist Geraldine Holford (The Wall Group)








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