Full Throttle

July 11th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Saying that Isabeli Fontana is sexy is a bit like saying water is wet, but the Brazilian bombshell is in rare form in the pages of Vogue Russia. Shot by Terry Tsiolis and sporting a variety of plunging necklines and sinewy shapes selected by Karen Langley Isabeli radiates heat in the sleek studio images. Even when she’s covered in by graphic Proenza Schouler and Christopher Kane prints she still manages to look every inch the vixen.

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Twice As Nice

January 8th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

With two major covers the luminous Emily DiDonato is in the midst of a major fashion moment. Fronting Vogue Paris‘ February model themed issue in a beauty shot by David Sims (Art Partner) is no small feat, but add in an ethereal January cover of Vogue Turkey by Terry Tsiolis‘ and you have a stellar back to back lineup.

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Vogue Paris February 2014 Ph. David Sims (Art Partner)

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Vogue Turkey January 2014 Ph. Terry Tsiolis

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Step It Up!

February 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Jerry Hall by Sølve Sundsbø

Fashion and fun are two words that should go together, yet most magazines fail to realize it and that is where Ponystep comes in. Launching during Paris fashion week, the biannual aims to bring the glee back to the pages of magazines where it belongs! Editor in chief Richard Mortimer launched the publication as a website two years ago, but March brings their first print edition. With contributors ranging from Solve Sundsbo, Dan Jackson, Ben Weller, Juergen Teller, Julie Verhoeven and Tim Blanks, you can see why we’re very excited for this one! MDC spoke to Ponystep fashion director, Phoebe Arnold, for a glimpse of all the magazine has to offer.


Daniel Jackson

MDC: How long has ponystep been around and what issue is this?

This is the first issue of Ponystep in print. Ponystep started as an online magazine nearly three years ago, though we haven’t done anything on it for the last six months, we’ve been too busy working on this issue! The website will be relaunching imminently though…


Terry Tsiolis

MDC: Where did the name come from?

It’s a very long and drunken story. It all started out as a bit of a joke and we’ve been stuck with it ever since! It’s quite good though, don’t you think?

Jeneil Williams by Ben Weller

MDC: Why did you choose the models for this cover?

It’s the inspiration issue, and both Kylie Minogue and Jerry Hall are completely inspirational. Actually that’s just an excuse, it was sheer self-indulgence, we just love them.


Hannelore Knuts by Paul Wetherell

MDC: What do you hope to offer that sets you apart from other mags?

We want to make fashion fun again. It’s uncompromising, but still accessible to everybody.

Ponystep launches during Paris Fashion week with a party in collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

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Three Muses

December 1st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Winter blues got you down? MUSE gives you three reasons to be very happy, their latest issue offers up a series of covers featuring favorites from the world of fashion and film. Edita Vilkeviciute, Magdalena Frackowiak and Carolyn Murphy all feature prominently, with covers and corresponding editorials that showcase styles from grunge to glam. Take an exclusive sneak peak at what this issue has to offer.


Edita Vilkeviciute by Lachlan Bailey, styling by Alastair McKimm



Carolyn Murphy by Terry Tsiolis, styling by Lester Garcia



Magdalena Frackowiak by Maciek Kobielski, styling by Darcy Backlar

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Country Code

July 21st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Tanga Moreau does cowgirl chic for Vogue Russia; Terry Tsiolis shoots the blonde beauty in western inspired looks from Chanel and Ralph Lauren and Tanga looks as radiant as ever. Do you love the western trend or do you think this story would be better off without all those black hats?

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Into the Groove

June 21st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Russia serves up a dose of in your face beauty with a lively editorial from Terry Tsiolis starring Sedene Blake, Jeneil Williams, Reina Montero, Shena Moulton and Aminata Niaria. The studio shoot is elevated by Simon Robins‘ color coordinated styling; pieces from Lagerfeld, Viktor and Rolf and Topshop are mixed together to create a series of seamless ensembles, but the clothes aren’t the only standout. Each of the girls brings her own flair to the story with graceful and energetic poses; whether they’re fighting over a camo-fanny pack or moving to the rhythm, they look stunning.




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Twist & Shout

July 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion breeds competition. Mey Bun and Tao Okamoto duke it out for Vogue Russia in a series of energetic shots that have the duo pushing, pulling and dancing across the page. Simon Robins‘ maximalist styling and Terry Tsiolis‘ stark photography are on point but Tao and Mey are the absolute stars of the show.

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Girl Boy Girl

July 15th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Admit it, studio shoots can get a little tedious, even the most energetic model can only jump so high and rarely is a plain background inspirational. There are of course exceptions to the rule – sometimes all you need are the right pairing of photographer, model and stylist to make an editorial shine. This month’s Bazaar teams up Karolin Wolter‘s effortless chic, Terry Tsiolis attention to detail and Brana Wolf‘s expert styling to create a story that focuses on the power of the clothes themselves. With her lithe figure and edgy crop, everything looks good on Karolin but the tomboy chic ensembles she sports in this story make her look even cooler than usual.

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