First Look: ODDA’s Tenth Issue

February 23rd, 2016 |Posted by jonathan

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

COVER Joan

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

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Monrowe Redoes Classic

December 18th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

As the sophomore issue of Monrowe Magazine hits racks it again fashions their uniquely antique aesthetic into a new kind of classic with its silvery, filmic images that, together, read as heirloom collection of editorials. The fashion is neatly tucked in and buttoned down. The cover story, faced by the delicate Lou Schoof, is lensed with an adoring eye by Diego Uchitel and clothed simply by Dianna Lunt. The rest of the inside stories like Fanny Latour-Lambert‘s lighthearted capturing of brothers Felix Gesnouin and Gédéon Gesnouin or Annelise Phillips‘ cinematic narrative with city kids Lida Fox and Yuri Pleskun are equally eloquent. See a preview of the issue as well as the motion portrait of Lou by Alexander Donnelly.

 

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Lou Schoof by Diego Uchitel (Camilla Lowther Management) / Stylist Dianna Lunt / Makeup Vincent Oquendo / Hair Moiz Alladina

Lida Fox and Yuri Pleskun by Annelise Phillips / Stylist Priscilla Polley / Hair Charlie Taylor (Honey Artists)

Felix Gesnouin and Gédéon Gesnouin by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) / Stylist Lindsey Hornyak / Grooming Fanny Maurer

Tova Wåhlin and Michelle Chamberlain by Gabriela Celeste / Stylist Priscilla Polley / Hair Eloise Cheung (Walter Schupfer Management)

Madison Headrick by Benjamin Tietge / Stylist Lindsey Hornyak / Hair Susanna Lichtengger /Makeup Siobhan Jessica Furlong

Louise Lefebure by Nick Hudson / Styling Dianna Lunt / Makeup Ingeborg

Georgia Fowler and Stephanie Cam by Guy Aroch (Paris: Jed Root, New York: Jed Root) / Stylist Priscilla Polley / Makeup Cyndle Komarovski (Honey Artists) / Hair Wesley O’Meara (Honey Artists)

All casting by Ros Okusanya

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Public Schoolers

September 15th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the most watched and most wanted brands of the moment Public School is riding high on a wave of well deserved success. For fall the CFDA award winner launch their first campaign and it’s a doozy. Shot by Gregory Harris (Management + Artists), styled by Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists) with casting by Michelle Lee, the black and white images feature Binx Walton and Yuri Pleskun as a couple of NYC youths sharing an oversized loft and a gritty style aesthetic. With subtle nods to Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, the campaign perfectly captures being young, cool and oh so downtown. The corresponding campaign film, Filler by Gregory Harris and Maria Gordillo, with art direction by Christopher Simmonds takes the campaign’s ideas one step further with a chic take on 24 hours of being glued to the tv.

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The In Crowd

July 8th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

A gathering of cool kids will always be a fashion moment unto itself and Steven Meisel taps into that idea for the latest issue of Vogue Italia. Instead of an otherworldly setting Meisel enlists Edie Campbell, Lexi Boling, Amanda Murphy, Vanessa Moody, Julia NobisMeghan CollisonRJ King, Yuri Pleskun, David Axell, Geron McKinley, Dorian Reeves, David Alexander Flinn, Cameron Keesling and Tobias Hayduk for a pared down shoot that recreates the look and feel of a happening cafe setting. Mariana Santana and Anna Ewers join the fun in the accompanying editorial where models blow smoke rings as they sport heavy black liner and subtly 60s style coifs for a look that nods to the retro without being too referential. As usual Mary Howard‘s production design is flawless and the New Wave vibes are hammered home by Pat McGrath‘s makeup and Guido Palau‘s hair.

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See the full cover & accompanying video by Gordon von Stiener on Vogue.it

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First Look : Oyster

October 8th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Oyster Magazine kicks into the digital side of things with issue 101, focused on the internet and all its incredible creators. The engaging and eccentric Hanne Gaby Odiele graces the cover in a psychedelic shot by Will Davidson that is actually a digital collage. The corresponding editorial taps into Hanne’s extraterrestrial side with some seriously inventive styling by Stevie Dance and another impressive chameleon turn by Hanne. Inside a slew of contributors from the fashion netset including Ali Michael, Man Repeller, Susie Bubble, Into the Gloss’ Emily Weiss and Tommy Ton provide content that bridges the gap between print and web – be sure to check out Oyster 101 on newsstands now!

Hanne Gaby Odiele by Will Davidson | Fashion Editor – Stevie Dance | Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton | Make-up: Karan Franjola

Yuri Pleskun and Susannah Liguori by Tommy Ton | Fashion Editor – Stevie Dance | Hair: Benoit Moeyaert | Make-up: Jenna Menard

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BON Bons

February 16th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Bon Magazine‘s always inventive selection of fashion features never fails to impress. The Swedish glossy offers a curated perspective on all that is new, fresh and happening right now. Everything from the model selection, to the designers featured is representative of the current mood. Whether it is Marique lounging in the retro siren essentials that are all over the runway, or Elsa wearing those coveted  Theyskens Theory pieces, each story creates its own distinctive mood, while capturing the essence of a current trend. Take a look inside our preview for a taste of Bon and see the gorgeous stories – plus 4 cool collectors covers.

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REVOLUTIONARY ROADY
Photographer: Ben Weller | Stylist: Marcus Soder | Models: Caterina Ravaglia, Alys Hale, Ben Waters, Morris Pendlebury, Allen Taylor, Aine O’Gorman, Eli Griffiths, Kate Howat, Kumi Keazor, Grace Veenman, Keats Kolyasnikova | Casting: Etty Bellhouse / 10-4 inc | Hair: Karin Bigler | Make up: Shinobu

SWEET SURRENDER
Photographer: Benny Horne | Stylist: Melissa Ventosa Martin | Model: Marique Schimmel | Hair: Andre Gunn | Make up: Dawn Broussard

BROTHERS IN ARMS
Photographer: Andreas Larsson | Stylist: Stevie Westgarth | Models: Oliver Greenall, Sascha Bailey, Todd Taylor, Conor Skilbeck, Holly Foxton, Joshua Moroney, Jay | Casting director: Eddie Martin / File & Parade | Hair: Ali Pirzadeh

PURE DESIRES
Photographer: Marcus Ohlsson | Stylist: Naomi Itkes | Model: Sara Blomqvist, Hedvig Palm, Hanna Svensson, Moa Åberg  Casting director: Åsa Karyd  Hair: Mike Lundgren | Make up: Anya de Tobon

SHAKE ME UP, SHAKE ME DOWN
Photographer: Camilla Akrans | Model: Theres Alexandersson | Hair: Ali Pirzadeh | Make up: Wendy Rowe

OLIVIER THEYSKENS THEORY
Photographer: Elle Muliarchyk | Stylist: Gillian Wilkins | Model: Elsa Sylvan | Hair: Luke Baker | Make up: Cynthia Rose

THOM BROWN COLLECTION
Photographer: Hasse Nielsen | Stylist: Polina Aronova | Model: Yuri Pleskun, Victoria Richardson, Anna Zanovello | Hair: Cim Mahony | Make up: Fredrik Stambro

CLEAN SLATE
Photographer: Stefan Zschernitz | Stylist: Toby Grimditch | Model: Kristina Salinovic | Hair: Kenichi | Make up: Shinobu

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Bits & Bytes: Anna by Anthony

August 12th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Ph: Anthony Maule.

How elegant is Anna Selezneva in Tom Ford for the new Vogue Russia? Those cheekbones! For the full editorial click here. (Images courtesy of Vogue Russia)

Fashion news:

We think Tim Blanks is amazing. Read his reminiscences about McQueen.

So what were the final numbers for McQueen? Jenna Sauers hazards a guess (it’s a lot).

If you haven’t yet seen the lovely Grace Coddington as photographed by her ex husband, Willie Christie, go here now.

Givenchy man: Fashion victim or fashion revolutionary? The Imagist and Tricky Maus have a conversation on Riccardo Tisci and the influence of Givenchy.

Modeling news

“I’ve met too many young models with dreams as big as the sky who think they are just waiting for their moment”. The real voice of an anonymous model; her wistful musings really capture the many times not so glamourous life of a new model.

We really stand behind Coco Rocha for her work helping victims of sex-trafficking.

Love that model Vogue Korea cover model Hye Jung Lee is a big fan of fellow Asians Phillip Lim and Alexander Wang!

Request Models (home to Calvin Klein faces David Agbodji and Yuri Pleskun) gives back; bringing baseball and joy to kids in war torn Afghanistan.

Top model/entrepeneur Nico Malleville has it all; blue chip clients, a thriving business and a lovely family. Natalie Joos interviews the handsome hotelier.

The next big Aussie? Former Daily Duo-er Jake Gordon is part Aboriginal, all gorgeous. See his new shots on Frockwriter.

Ponyryder sits down with the super sweet Vogue Australia cover girl Katie Fogarty, the outgoing Sebastian Sauve and the lovely Jana K.

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On the Town

July 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Great things are afoot again at W Magazine. Check out Alasdair McLellan‘s gorgeous look at the fall collections as selected by W’s newly minted fashion director Edward Enninful. Featuring pouty two-some Lindsey Wixson & Daphne Groeneveld alongside it-boys Ollie Edwards, Yuri Pleskun, Simon Nessman & Cole Mohr, the story provides an engaging look at New York’s style – uptown and down.

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