First Look: Document Journal

April 29th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The soon-to-be-out S/S ’16 issue of Document Journal is a who’s who of the here and now, and if the 8 covers fronted by fashion’s royalty like Hedi Slimane and Grace Coddington didn’t tip you off, then here’s the inside to take you there. Between the amusing and uncommon imaginings of collaborators like Willy Vanderperre and Olivier RizzoColin Dodgson and Joe McKennaRoe Ethridge and Robbie Spencer to the pleasurably picturesque–like Coco Capitan‘s unassuming take on Lena Hardt or Venetia Scott‘ suburban-backdropped portraits styled by Sarah Richardson, there’s probably nowhere better to be. Starting now, Richardson will be the magazines new fashion director. Casting goes full out too, to good effect thanks to Piergiorgio Del Moro and Samuel Ellis Scheinman: models Stella TennantRianne van RompaeyAlice MetzaEstella Boersma plus more, use their respective demand to bring the issue to the far side of choicest. See below an exclusive Models.com preview of the issue before it hits stands.

 

Document Journal will be on sale the first week of May exclusively at Dover Street New York, BookMarc New York, Iconic Magazines New York, Dover Street London, Broken Arm Paris, Colette, 0FR Paris and 10 Corso Como Milan, and available worldwide the following week. Preorder copies at documentjournal.myshopify.com.

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Stella Tennant by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) | Stylist Olivier Rizzo | Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) | Makeup Lynsey Alexander (Streeters London) | Manicurist Anatole Rainey (Premier Hair and Make-Up)


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Rianne van Rompaey and Natalie Westling by Colin Dodgson (Art Partner) | Stylist Joe McKenna (Art Partner) | Hair Akki Shirakawa (Art Partner) | Makeup Miranda Joyce (Streeters London) | Manicurist Marian Newman (Streeters London) | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY) and Samuel Ellis Scheinman

 


 

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Catharina Pedersen and Connor Newall by Venetia Scott (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Sarah M Richardson | Hair Ali Pirzadeh (Camilla Lowther Management) | Makeup Sharon Dowsett (Camilla Lowther Management) | Casting Beth Dubin


 

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Katherine MooreLexi Boling and Taylor Hill by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Robbie Spencer | Hair Tomo Jidai (Streeters London) | Makeup Francelle Daly (Art + Commerce) | Lighting Sam Nixon


 

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Anne Catherine Lacroix by Robi Rodriguez (Management + Artists) | Stylist Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists) | Hair Chi Wong (Management + Artists) | Makeup Nami Yoshida | Manicurist Sophy Robson (Streeters London)| Set Polly Philp | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)


 

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Estella Boersma by Mark Peckmezian (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Stylist Jodie Barnes (rep) | Hair Tomohiro Ohashi (Management + Artists) | Makeup Christine Corbel (Management + Artists) | Casting Samuel Ellis Scheinman


 

 

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Staz LindesLili Sumner and Alice Metza by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah M Richardson | Hair Martin Cullen (Streeters London) | Makeup Georgina Graham (Management + Artists)


 

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Rianne van Rompaey by Glen Luchford (Art Partner | Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) | Makeup Lucia Pieroni (London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York) | Manicurist Elsa Durrens (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Set Valerie Weill | Lighting Jack Webb


 

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Lena Hardt by Coco Capitan (Creative and Partners) | Stylist Elodie David Touboul (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)


 

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Christopher Fernandez and Sheck by Benedict Brink | Stylist Ronald Burton III | Grooming Dana Boyer


 

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Estella Boersma by Pierre Debusschere (New York: Art + Commerce, New York: Art + Commerce) | Stylist Pieter Mulier and Matthieu Blazy | Hair Tomohiro Ohashi (Management + Artists) | Casting Samuel Ellis Scheinman

 

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The Dark Side

July 14th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The goth-girl mob is back with major attitude for the latest Alexander Wang campaign. Shot by longtime Wang collaborator Steven Klein, and styled by Karl Templer, the ad with creative direction by Pascal Dangin of KiDS Creative, features a moody flock of model and artistic muses — Anna Ewers, Binx Walton, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Isabella Emmack, Lexi Boling, Molly Bair, and Sarah Brannon — as well as singer Alice Glass and the Japanese dance duo AyaBambi, fresh off a Madonna video appearance. The fashionable clan effortlessly sulk in studded frocks and platform creepers aligned with perfected visages, courtesy of beauty team Anthony Turner and Mark Carrasquillo. This crew is not to be trifled with!

Photographer – Steven Klein (Art Partner), Styling – Karl Templer (Streeters London), Hair – Anthony Turner (Art Partner), Makeup – Mark Carrasquillo (Art Partner), Casting – Anita Bitton (Establishment Casting), Set Design – Stefan Beckman (Exposure NY)

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Break the Internet

December 5th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Leave it to Alexander Wang and Steven Klein (Art Partner) to take us back to the days when a denim ad could cause an international incident. If fashion advertising has seemed tame in recent years, the sight of a stripped down Anna Ewers sporting nothing more than a pair of inky blue Wang jeans pooled around her ankles is sure to set things right. With a provocative perspective and fearless take on female sensuality, Klein creates instantly an instant classic of in your face advertising that is sure to be hotly debated.

Pascal Dangin (Art Director) / Akki Shirakawa (Art Partner) (Hair Stylist) / Diane Kendal (Makeup Artist) / Anita Bitton Establishment Casting (Casting Director)

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The Dance

October 24th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

American newcomer, Natalie Westling, lands her first ever solo editorial for Vogue Russia. In “Anna Pavlova in Dance” by Benjamin Alexander Huseby, the fresh-faced beauty shows complete elegance, gracefully portraying the late Russian ballerina. We see this as her first of many great editorials to come.

Stylist:Katie Shillingford | Hair: Akki Shirakawa | Make-up: Lotten Holmqvist

Text by Victoria Perillo

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Neo-Bohemian

June 25th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The pages of Vogue China serve as a sumptuous showcase for both the beauty of Camilla Akrans‘s (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) sleek images and the allure of rising star Loulou Robert. Stylist Ludivine Poiblanc‘s (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) selection of colorful floral patterns from fashion’s very best labels provides an appealing overview of one of the season’s key trends. LouLou wears it all with ease, adding an touch of sensuality to every shot. Add in the gorgeously coifed hair courtesy of Akki Shirakawa and a glossy nude cosmetic look by the legendary Wendy Rowe and you have a story that is perfection.

See the full story on Art Partner

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First Look : Interview Germany

April 17th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Interview Germany‘s latest issue is a bold mix of chic stories from top tier talent. With newly appointed, International Fashion Director, Julia von Boehm joining fashion director, Klaus Stockhausen for the first time the May issue represents something of a turning point for the publication. From the start you know you’re in for something different; two covers grab your attention, one featuring iconic German actress, Katja Riemann and the other starring top model Cara Delevingne as a doe-eyed vamp. Inside the magazine is dominated by imagery with attitude – the content that runs the gamut from sexy – Ben Hassett‘s avant-garde beauty story starring Marie Piovesan is sure to quicken your pulse, to simply captivating, Sebastian Faena shoots Magda Laguinge like we’ve never seen her before.  Casting by Samuel Ellis Scheinman.

Don’t take our word for it – get a first look inside the brand new issue of Interview Germany.

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Ph. Peter Lindbergh | Model – Cara Delevingne

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Ph. Ben Hassett | Model – Marie Piovesan | Hair – Akki Shirakawa | Makeup – Yadim

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Ph. Sebastian Faena | Styling – Julia von Boehm | Model – Magda Laguinge | Hair – Shay Ashual | Makeup – Jeanine Lobell

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Ph. Charlotte Wales | Styling – Clare Byrne | Models – Dauphine Mckee and Muriel Beal | Hair – Wesley O’Meara | Makeup – Justine Purdue

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Ph. Olaf Wipperfürth | Styling – Klaus Stockhausen | Star – Katja Riemann |

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Past Meets Present: The Mod Moment

January 23rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

By its very nature, fashion is in a constant state of change, but the industry has a way of rehashing the past every few seasons with collections that draw inspiration from key moments in fashion’s history.  Nostalgia was the predominant fashion mode of the aughts, and it saw  designers revisiting everything from 1920s flapper fixtures, to ’80s powerdressing and (gasp) ’90s grunge redux. We may have just entered into 2013, but when it comes to manufacturing clothing that looks awfully similar to styles that could have been worn generations earlier, designers show no signs of stopping.

Case in point, S/S 13’s mod moment, which saw a wealth of graphic prints invading the runway. Checks, stripes, and houndstooth patterns  made appearances on the runways of labels like Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana, offering a pleasant alternative to spring’s tried-and-true florals and providing a bit of deja vu. Granted, these design elements are timeless, but fans of ’60s style will recognize the cuts and patterns that make up these new designs as the hallmarks of mod innovators. Take a look at  the work of Pierre Cardin, Mary Quant, André Courrèges, and Ossie Clark,  and you can’t help but see where Marc Jacobs and co. took their lead from.

With the very same designs getting major play in the pages of this month’s magazines, editors have been showcasing these looks in a variety of ways. Most choose to play up the retro appeal inherent in these collections by creating stories reminiscent of days past: what says ’60s more than an angular Vidal Sasson bob or an oversized bouffant? Others focus in on the graphic element, shooting the pieces against white backdrops and playing up the contrast.

 

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Vogue Japan | Ph. Emma Summerton | Styling Patti Wilson | Model Aymeline Valade | Makeup Dotti


American Vogue | Ph. Steven Klein | Styling Grace Coddington | Models Carolyn Murphy and Karen Elson


Harper’s Bazaar | Ph. Greg Harris | Stylist Tony Irvine | Model Marte Mei van Haaster | Hair Akki Shirakawa | Makeup Pep Gay

Marte Mei van Haaster in Louis VuittonMarc Jacobs and Michael Kors


Harper’s Bazaar Spain Ph. Txema Yeste | Styling Melania Pan | Model Ginta Lapina | Hair Olivier Lebrun (See Management) | Makeup Christopher Kam

Ginta Lapina in Louis VuittonDolce & Gabbana & Michael Kors


Vogue Japan Ph. Victor Demarchelier (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Styling Sabino Pantone | Model Jessica Stam | Hair Didier Malige | Makeup Adrien Pinault (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)

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Vogue China Ph. Daniel Jackson | Styling Nicoletta Santoro | Models Kel Markey, Agnés Nabuurs, Athena Wilson, Bo Don & Chiharu Okunugi | Hair Yannick D’Is (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup Yadim

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Technologic

February 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue takes on the pastel trend with a spirited story by Raymond Meier featuring Anais Pouliot. Accessories take center stage as Elissa Santisi breaks out the big guns with pieces from YSL, Prada and Proenza. A wide arrange of luxurious tech add-ons also feature, because who doesn’t need a Valentino case for their Blackberry?

As always Anais brings her combo of girlish sweetness and sensuality to the table, making her first only girl Vogue story a standout.

MAKEUP Fulvia Farolfi | HAIR Akki Shirakawa

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