First Look: Varon Issue 11

February 16th, 2016 |Posted by jonathan

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.

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

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

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

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Photographer – Kim Jakobsen To | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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First Look: BON

February 9th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Bon Magazine, always the connoisseur of finding fashion independents and supplying plenty of page space to the alt and upcoming, is soon to release their Spring Summer issue. From the cover alone, fronted by model of the moment Lia Pavlova and shot by Thomas Giddings, it seems #70, dubbed “play” operates on that same frequency. Inside, the editorials blend fashion and funky, never taking things too serious, like Tung Walsh‘s steamy vision of Misha Hart or Suzie Q and Leo Siboni‘s quirky beauty shots of Maria Zakrzewska with numbers painted on courtesy of Anthony PreelAlex Franco has new girl Lorelle Rayner flaunt her rock and roll sensibilities while dressed in cool blues by  Tereza Ortiz and Nicole Maria Winkler shoots Sophia Linnewedel decked out head-to-toe in rising fashion stars. See more in the exclusive preview of Bon Magazine below:

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Lia Pavlova and Odette Pavlova by Thomas Giddings | Stylist Alex Harrington (Creative and Partners) | Hair Tamas Tuzes | Make up Emi Kaneko (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


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Misha Hart by Tung Walsh (2DM ) | Stylist Sara Gilmour | Hair Nao Kawakami (Saint Luke Artist Management) | Make up Janeen Witherspoon | Casting Henry Thomas | Set Design Damaso and Laura (DLSD) | Production Laura Motta (2DM)


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Fanny Francois by Johan Sandberg (Stockholm: LUNDLUND, Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Styling Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND) | Hair Mette Thorsgaard (LUNDLUND) using Less is More | Make up Ignacio Alonso


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Pia Priewe and Morgane Warnier by Philip Messmann (Cameralink) | Styling Marcus Soder | Casting Jacob Mohr | Hair Karin Bigler (Jed Root) | Make up Dariia Day (Atomo Management) | Production Alice Mallon


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Maria Zakrzewska by Suzie Q and Leo Siboni | Stylist Anna Schiffel | Hair Gilles Degivry (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Make up Anthony Preel | Production Fanny Kauffmann


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Sophia Linnewedel by Nicole Maria Winkler | Styling Jack Borkett | Casting Juergen Schabes | Hair Soichi Inagaki (Saint Luke Artist Management) | Make up Ciara O’Shea | Set
design Kimberley Harding


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Taras Sereda by Alice Rosati |  Stylist Marcus Soder | Casting Remi Felipe | Hair Shuko Sumida (Walter Schupfer Management) | Make up Dariia Day (Atomo Management) | Set design Sylvain Cabouat | Production Mily Kadz


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Lorelle Rayner by Alex Franco (NEW YORK: ARTIST & AGENCY, Paris: ARTIST & AGENCY Paris) | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND) | Hair Nao Kawakami (Saint Luke Artist Management) | Make up Rebecca Wordingham (Saint Luke Artist Management) using Estée Lauder | CastingJacob Mohr | Set design Alice Kirkpatrick


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Sofia Fanego by Ola Rindal | Styling Marcus Soder | Casting Jacob Mohr | Hair Olivier de Vriendt (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Make up Kathy le Sant (Walter Schupfer Management) using Chanel Cosmetics


 

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First Look: Russh’s Tribes

February 5th, 2014 |Posted by models.com

This Spring, fashion’s wild for tribes. Russh tackles this trend exclusively in their February/March issue, taking a look at the tribes that define and empower us. Representing one “Of the Tribe,” cover star and Hot List-er Lily McMenamy proudly follows in supermodel mom Kristen’s footsteps. Lily’s edit, shot by Alex Franco, proves she’s striking out with a bit of her mother’s trademark strength and beauty. Elsewhere in Issue 56, RUSSH spotlights the international style of Harajuku girls, checks in with newcomer Langley Fox (another of Hemingway’s gorgeous granddaughters), and celebrates the 20th Year of Wu-Tang Clan. Inviting you to join in “Meet You There”, Erin Heatherton (who belongs to that winged tribe of Victoria’s Secret Angels) plays up tribal looks from Michael Kors, Hermès, and Burberry on the beaches of Bali.

– Written by Matthew Meyer

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Ph. Alex Franco | Fashion Editor – Gillian Wilkins | Model – Lily McMenamy

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Ph. James Nelson | Fashion – Billie Iveson | Model – Marnie

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Ph. James Nelson | Fashion – Billie Iveson | Model – Erin Heatherton

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Ph. Tung Walsh | Fashion Azza Yousif | Model – Gemma

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First Look : RUSSH

July 30th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Russh kicks things into high gear with a stunning September issue devoted to 21st century glamour and the magic of after hours elegance. With the white hot Ashleigh Good gracing the cover in a striking black and white shot, the issue delves into the season’s key fashions and a host of engaging content. With luminaries like producing legend Giorgio Moroder, designer Phillip Lim and photographer Max Snow featured in interviews, Russh provides more than just enticing visuals. Which is not to say that you won’t find plenty of eye-candy to enjoy – colorful editorials featuring it-girls Chloe Norgaard and Agnes Nabuurs are standouts, but don’t take our word for it – check out or preview of the new issue.

FOR EVEN MORE RUSSH, HEAD OVER TO RUSSHMAGAZINE.COM 

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Ph. Alex Franco | Fashion – Gillian Wilkins | Models – Ashleigh Good & Sylvester Ulv Henriksen | Hair – Halley Brisker | Makeup – Lucy Burt

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Ph. James Nelson | Fashion – Billie Iveson | Model – Leila Goldkuhl at Chic | Hair – Renya Xydis | Makeup – Nadine Monley

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Ph. Ward Ivan Rafik | Fashion – Gillian Wilkins | Model –Agnes Nabuurs | Hair Marion Anée | Makeup – Kathy le Sant

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Ph. Tung Walsh | Fashion – Anna Schiffel | Model – Chloe Norgaard | Hair Marion Anée | Makeup – Kathy le Sant

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First Look : RUSSH

February 5th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

For the 50th edition of Russh, the always cool Aussie glossy, pulls out all the stops. The ‘Now Showing’ issue focuses on the inspirational power of cinema and storytelling as an artform, so it is no surprise that the mag is filled with leading ladies; from fashion’s hottest models, to Hollywood’s rising beauties and insightful auteurs. Naturally each editorial tells its own story – on the cover Marie Piovesan plays a modern day incarnation of Marie-Antoinette, while editorials inside feature Rosie Tapner showing off the season’s striking shapes and Ruby Jean Wilson getting the Wim Wenders treatment in a ‘Wings of Desire’ inspired photoshoot.

Be sure to check out Russh when it hits stands Feburary 6th, or check out the iPad edition in the App store.

Marie Piovesan by Tung Walsh

Rosie Tapner by Alex Franco

Ruby Jean Wilson by Derek Henderson

 

 

Bambi Northwood Blyth by Billie Iveson, hair by Eugene Souleiman

Marie Piovesan by Alex Franco

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First Look : RUSSH’s Greatest Hits

December 5th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The best of Russh has always been about the feminine yet completely cool girls who never cease to inspire, so what could be more fitting than an issue that pays tribute to inspiration itself. Russh puts a musical twist on things and revisits everything from classic influencers like Patti Smith, to 80s dance film Flashdance and model turned music producer Caroline de Maigret. The end result is an issue that plays out like a compilation of favorites; crowd pleasing, fun and filled with nothing but hits. Take a look at our sneak peek, for a look at the gorgeous new fashion features starring several of the moment’s top girls – Marte, Aline, Kel, Ava, they’re all front and center!

Marte Mei van Haaster by Alex Franco, Fashion by Gillian Wilkins

Aline Weber by Daniella Rech

Hirschy Hirschfelder by Stephen Ward, Fashion – Billie Iveson

Kel Markey & Ava Smith by Alex Franco, Fashion Gillian Wilkes

Melissa Stasiuk by Nick Dorey, Fashion by Hanna Kelifa

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In A RUSSH

October 5th, 2012 |Posted by models.com

Every new issue of Russh brings with it a wealth of beautiful new editorials with a decidedly feminine air that keeps things interesting. The magazine isn’t frou frou, it just taps into the kind of images that represent cool, effortlessly chic girls so well. One such girl – superstar Miranda Kerr – graces Russh’s cover this month, in a dreamy story by Hugh Lippe that captures her chill, down to earth vibe perfectly. Inside you’ll also find appealing new edits starring Bambi, Emma Balfour and new face Cassi. If you’re even more Aussie talent in this issue than usual, there is a good reason – this is Russh’s Homegrown issue and it focuses on all things fashionable rooted in Australia.

Russh is on stands now and be sure to check out their engaging iPad app too!

Ph. Hugh Lippe | Fashion: Gillian Wilkins (Fashion Director) Bille Iveson (Fashion Editor) | Model:Miranda Kerr | Hair: Renya Xydis | Makeup:Amanda Reardon | Nails: Donna at Miss Frou Frou

Ph. Dean Podmore | Fashion: Billie Iveson | Model: Cassi | Hair: Caterina Di Biase, Makeup: Blanka Dudas

Ph. Alex Franco | Fashion: Gillian Wilkins | Model: Bambi Northwood Blyth | Hair: Mari Ohashi | Makeup: Ciara O’Shea

Ph. Stephen Ward | Fashion: Billie Iveson | Model: Emma Balfour | Hair: Reyna Xydis | Makeup: Rachel Brook |

Ph. Dean Podmore | Fashion: Billie Iveson | Models: Courtney James & Perri Roach | Hair & Makeup : Luana Coscia

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First Look : Russh

July 30th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Russh gets gritty with their latest issue, showcasing a slew of edgy femmes in looks that push the envelope. Exploring subjects as diverse as contemporary youth culture and the Renaissance “pre-Raphaelite passion” the mag hits out with an off-kilter & exciting array of content. For the fashionphiles, there’s plenty to love – Cara Delevingne graces the cover in spooky Coney Island shoot by Tung Walsh, while Stephen Ward shoots Montana Cox in graphic facepaint. Major beauty moments about in the issue – the striking Suzi Leenaars even gets a killer buzzcut for a story.

Check out Russh when it hits stands August 1st, or get it for free on your iPad August 3rd – meanwhile, take an exclusive look at Cara’s model profile!

Montana Cox

Suzi Leenaars by Stephen Ward

Cara Delevingne by Tung Walsh

Milana Kruz by Alex Franco

Sara Steiner by Philip Gay

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