Fashion Meets Context in SSAW

October 30th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

SSAW Magazine‘s latest A/W issue is giving us total alternative vibes, meaning the fashion without the superfluous nonessentials. It’s a lesson in nonchalance and gritty art-meets-fashion photography. The four covers are a swath of inside aesthetics and contributors like Drew Jarrett‘s dreamy capture of Guinevere Van Seenus or Marton Perlaki‘s artful compositions of Drake Burnette. Beneath the covers, the editorials are a subsurface selection of where fashion finds context, all distinct, but all intimate. See a preview of the issue below.


Images courtesy of SSAW

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Lucas Jayden by Matt Lambert / Stylist Trevor Stones

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Hannah by Hannah Moon & Lotta Volkova Adam (Management + Artists)

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Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett (Society MGMT) / Stylist Clare Byrne

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Drake Burnette by Marton Perlaki / Stylist Delphine Danhier (rep)

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Jacob and Tom by Eloise Parry / Stylist Benjamin Kirchhoff (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) / Hair Teiji Utsumi (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Makeup Nobuko Maekawa

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Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett (Society MGMT) / Stylist Clare Byrne  / Hair Cecilia Romero / Makeup Lucia Pieroni (London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York)

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Yana by Ronald Stoops / Makeup Inge Grognard (Jed Root)

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Sebastian, Kameron and James by Yann Faucher / Styling Adam Winder / Hair Kiyoko Odo / Makeup Naomi T. Dakuzaku

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Senne by Osma Harvilahti / Styling Tuomas Laitinen (Atomo Management) / Hair Nina Olivet / Makeup Tiina Roivainen

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Lucas Jayden by Matt Lambert / Stylist Trevor Stones

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Drake Burnette by Marton Perlaki / Stylist Delphine Danhier (rep) / Hair Tamas Tuzes / Makeup Yumi Lee

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Reuben and Sam by Marlene Marino / Stylist Ellie Grace Cumming (Streeters London)

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Magazine Antidote’s Pick of the Bunch

September 23rd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For their F/W 2015 “Celebration” issue Magazine Antidote enlisted the A-team to lens their multiple covers tributing the five year anniversary of the biannual.  Collaborators that showed up to the party were the likes of  Hans Feurer to Victor Demarchelier and more, all collectively lending their beautiful visions. Fronting the nine covers are an elite pick of the bunch–industry staples like Guinevere Van Seenus and Catherine McNeil to rising stars such as Amilna Estevao to Anna Cleveland. See the array of alternate covers each with their own perspective:


Guinevere Van Seenus by Miguel Reveriego
Anna Cleveland by Giampaolo Sgura
Catherine McNeil by Jan Welters (Chris Boals Artists CBA)
Amilna Estevao by Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists)
Lindsey Wixson by Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists)
Arther Gosse by Cuneyt Akeroglu
Tiana Tolstoi and Sora Choi by Txema Yeste
Jamilla Hoogenboom by Thomas Lagrange (New York: Total Management)

Hana Jirickova by Hans Feurer (AW Artist Management)

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Re-Edition Magazine Redefines Cool

August 17th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Re-Edition Magazine‘s second issue defines lo-fi cool by tapping prolific yet elusive photogs, muse-worthy castings and rare content. Case in point, two covers, one by Alasdair McLellan with Rianne van Rompaey dressed down in a vintage band tee, plus one by Collier Schorr with Sophia Ahrens sporting dog-chains and a black peaked cap, styled by Caroline Newell. Inside editorials are contemporary 101 meets 90s redux. Filling out the pages, icons Guinevere Van SeenusChloe Sevigny also pose for Collier. Some is new, some is archival, but all is unseen, like Corinne Day archival images – capturing a then-modern world with model Rosemary Ferguson. Fast forward to the now, and Céline girl Frederikke Sofie redefines the present for Robi Rodriguez. All in all, it’s a definite definitive of taste-makers. See the exclusive preview below:

Images courtesy of Re-Edition

Rianne van Rompaey by Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner)

Sophia Ahrens, Guinevere Van Seenus, Chloe Sevigny by Collier Schorr / Stylist Caroline Newell (Streeters London)

Rosemary Ferguson by Corinne Day / Stylist Melanie Ward (Art Partner)

Clara Deshayes by Johnny Dufort / Stylist Lotta Volkova Adam (Management + Artists)

By Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner)

Frederikke Sofie by Robi Rodriguez (Management + Artists) / stylist  Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists)

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Super Eight

March 5th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For L’Officiel Singapore‘s 8th anniversary issue Steven Klein (Art Partner) shoots eight covers featuring eight icons and modern muses. Harnessing the full potential of the coveted cast of beauties Klein produces a lustrous assemblage of fashion-noir covers. Naomi Campbell, Angela Lindvall, Guinevere Van Seenus, Liu Wen, Xiao Wen Ju, Jamie Bochert, Crystal Renn and Maria Borges each command their moments with steely perfection. Klein says of the reasoning behind the casted eight, “They are powerful, unique and know how to hold the camera.” Collaborating with fashion directors Jack Wang and Jumius Wong and stylist Patti Wilson (Streeters New York), the foursome put together a darkly, romantic spread equipped with black leather and stunning, mischievous headpieces. For each shoot, in classic Klein mode, he instigates a hushed eroticism where the models’ poses are both defiant and submissive.

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Kenzo Kreative

July 9th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle


If there is one brand that understands the importance of originality it is Kenzo, under the direction of Humberto Leon & Carol Lim the line has utilized innovative advertising and an off-kilter aesthetic filled with fun and hypnotic visuals. For fall the label enlists Toilet Paper Magazine aka the creative duo of Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari to create a kooky world filled with surrealist details. Fans of David Lynch will see nods to classics like Twin Peaks and Blue Velvet in Cattelan & Ferrari’s accompanying films and the campaign’s saturated images. When you take into consideration that Lynch designed the set for Kenzo’s fall show the homage seems fitting, but this cool campaign is more than a tribute. Guinevere Van Seenus and Robbie McKinnon bring the story to life with charm, making even the boldest patterns and brightest colors look just right.

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A Beauty Fantasy

May 9th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

No one does makeup quite like Pat McGrath and beauty’s most visionary talent creates an array of boundary pushing looks in Ben Hassett‘s thrilling W Magazine story. Taking her bold runway makeup for Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Givenchy up a notch McGrath creates a trio of eye-catching looks filled with color, texture and the buoyant sense of drama that has come to define McGrath’s work. Guinevere Van Seenus, Jenna KleinDaiane Conterato, Svetlana Zakharova, Sonya Gorelova and Carly Moore are transformed by McGrath’s makeup and Panos Yiapanis‘ sumptuous styling.

View the story in full on Ben




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An Intimate Portrayal

February 18th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Certain models take on the role of muse as though it were a second skin, inspiring image makers with their poise, beauty and unique personas. The latest issue of Muse Magazine pays tribute to that spirit with an enchanting cover starring one of modeling’s true chameleons. Guinevere Van Seenus looks as distinctive as ever in Erik Madigan Heck‘s image, sporting a veil by Ann Demeulemeester and a serene look. Like her Arthurian namesake, Guinevere serves as a source of inspiration for countless artists and here she brings out the best in Heck and stylist Yana Kamps, both of whom unleash their creativity. The final images are a sweeping trip through the season’s most sumptuous pieces. Inside there’s even more Guinevere to love, including an equally compelling minimal editorial by Zoe Ghertner and a fun interview where the industry vet shares musical favorites and style secrets.

On changing her look:
“I get tired of looking at my own face so I love to experiment with my hair color”

On loving the style from the 90s:
“There was a way of expressing yourself through clothes that had nothing to do with your financial capability… you could even pick something out of the garbage and look amazing.. there was a lot of emotion and genuine angst that came to the surface. And I still love the style because its comfortable”

On her musical faves:
“Driving Music- Black Sabbath. Exercise music: maybe Cyndi Lauper or early Madonna. Lionel Richie for Romance?”

For even more MUSE, be sure to check out Muse









Ph. Erik Madigan Heck | Fashion Editor – Yana Kamps







Ph. Zoe Ghertner | Fashion Editor – Emilie Kareh


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Haute Tension

July 23rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Creativity is on display in Numero China with Txema Yeste‘s striking cover story starring Guinevere Van Seenus. The arresting images show Yeste at his best and convey a message that is at once alluring and off-kilter. Each picture makes you pay close attention to the details; from Tim Lim‘s unorthodox styling, Tamara Mcnaughton‘s abstract hair creations, to painterly makeup by Tyron Machhausen. In this editorial Guinevere proves yet again why she’s the go to model for photographers looking to push their images into the realm of art and her dramatic poses combined with the contributions of each team member to create a story with visual punch.














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