September 23rd, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Fall 2014 is shaping up to be one of the most varied seasons in recent memory, at least if the latest issue of ODDA Magazine is anything to go by. The progressive fashion publication releases its new edition this week, celebrating the multifarious strands that have come together to create a sense of excitement and change for the coming months. Working off the theme of “Unrealism,” this seventh issue takes to task nothing less than the way we live in the world to today, constantly bombarded by a stream of changing images, pulling bits and pieces, like magpies, to construct our unified selves. ODDA gives us plenty to work with, starting with the dual covers, one featuring Stephanie Hall in a vibrant Prada coat photographed by Philip Meech, and the other a hazy Garrett Neff in a hazy multiple-exposure Polaroid by Jeremy Kost, whose provocative new book Fractured is also previewed within. The various visions keep on coming, from a dreamy look at Eden and an Alaïa special at the barre to an insightful Hussein Chalayan retrospective and an interview with Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, with beauty, hair, and even fragrance in between. The issue ends with a look ahead at Spring 2015, a reminder that, even in the swirl of the new, there is always something even newer.

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Garrett Neff by Jeremy Kost (Jed Root), styling by Matthew Marden (De Facto)

ODDA 7 womenswear cover copia

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Stephanie Hall by Philip Meech, styling by Hope von Joel

Anni Jurgenson, Aurelien Muller by An Le, styling by Matt Bidgoli

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Alexander Ferrario by Sy Delorme, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim, set by Kaduri Elyashar

Lida Fox by Alice Rosati, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim & set by Kaduri Elyashar


Dolce & Gabbana

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Future Perfect

September 24th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

The latest from biannual men’s fashion magazine, Fucking Young, is all about the ‘Future’ this season. With art direction by Folch Studio, the Spanish publication’s Fall/Winter cover features Florian Van Bael in Dior Homme- shot & art directed by Michiel Meewis and styled by Kay Korsh. With a hefty 234 glossy pages, split into 5 chapters of innovative men’s fashion and interviews with Kris Van Assche, Damir Doma, Tim Coppens and more, this issue looks like a must have for all the men’s fashion mavens. Below, we have an exclusive preview of the magazine’s third issue. Want more from Fucking Young? Be sure to preorder your own copy here.

Text By Victoria Perillo



Florian Van Bael by Michiel Meewis


by Roman Goebel


Paul Boche by Alek Pierre


By Alice Rosati


Rutger Schoone


By Luca Finotti

Artwork by Adrian Villar Rojas


O’Shea Robertson by Edu Garcia



Florian Neuville by Bichon + Bichon


Anatol Modzelewski


Jester White by Frederik Heyman

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First Look : BON

August 22nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Bon Magazine returns for fall with a full slate of fashion showcased via sleek editorial content. Though the issue is focused on the subject of excess, things never veer off-course into unadulterated consumerism, instead we’re given a chic series of stories that provide just the right amount of decadence. The stunning Jacquetta Wheeler returns on dual covers in head to toe Balmain, but the extravagant fashion is balanced by natural setting and stripped down photography style. Inside beautiful new stories starring Kel MarkeyMyla DalbesioMagda Laguinge, Grace MaharyTatiana Cotliar and Maud Welzen run the gamut from avant garde explorations of the season’s minimal wares to striking black and white images shot on the streets of New York.

For even more BON check out their official website, BON.se. 

BON24_CoverInternational cover | Photographer: Tung Walsh | Model: Jacquetta Wheeler | Stylist: Marcus Soder

BONS65_coverSwedish cover | Photographer: Tung Walsh | Model: Jacquetta Wheeler | Stylist: Marcus Soder



BON_INT24_P106Pleasures Unknown | Photographer: Bharrat Sikka | Models: Myla Dalbesio and Erika Wall | Stylist: Marcus Soder



BON_INT24_P16162Chaos Theory | Photographer: Ward Ivan Rafik| Model: Grace Mahary | Stylist: Zara Zachrisson




Beuys and Girls | Photographer: Axel Lindahl|  Model: Maud Welzen | Stylist: Naomi Itkes






Seekers become finders | Photographer: Rachel Chandler | Model: Tatiana Cotliar | Stylist:Tamara Rothstein




No One Else I’d Rather Be | Photographer: Maurizio Bavutti| Model: Tommaso de Benedictis | Stylist: John Colver



BON_INT24_P200Balmain | Photographer: Tung Walsh | Model: Jacquetta Wheeler | Stylist: Marcus Soder



BON_INT24_P230 Stella McCartney | Photographer: Aitken Jolly| Model: Kel Markey | Stylist: Anders Solvsten Thomsen




Altewai Saome |  Photographer: Nagi Sakai (De Facto) | Model: Magda Laguinge | Stylist: Marcus Soder



Couture | Photographer: Alice Rosati | Models: Georgia Hilmer and Alex Armstrong | Stylist: Mauricio Nardi



Creature of the Wind | Photographer: Benjamin Vnuk | Model: Ji Hye Park | Stylist: Zara Zachrisson


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Meadham Kirchoff | Photographer: Greta Ilieva | Model: Madison Leyes | Stylist: Jack Borkett



Juun J | Photographer: CG Watkins | Model: Alex Bouchard | Stylist: Harry Lambert

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First Look: TUSH

May 17th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Tush Magazine is always bursting at the seams with colorful, creative content that makes you excited about fashion. The newest issue hits stands with six covers and a wealth of editorial imagery starring some of the moment’s best faces. You never know who you’ll see when you open up Tush and for S/S they pull out some surprises. From London fashion week icon the indescribable Pandemonia , to childhood favorite Pikachu the unexpected lineup perfectly fits the issue’s theme of eclecticism.




Fotografer: Markus Jans | Hair: Giovani di Stefano | Make up: Andrew Gallimore | Model : Ava Smith





The Blind Date | Photographer: Alice Rosati | Styling: June Nakamoto | Hair: Franco Argento | Makeup: Tiziana Raimondo | Manicurist: An Thuy | Set Design: Cedric Attias Del Curatolo | Model: Ros Georgiou (Select Model Management)





Kinder | Photographer: Armin Morbach | Fashion Editor & Stylist: Katrin Gerhardy | Hair: Nadine Bauer | Makeup: Stefanie Willmann | Set Design: Katrin Gerhardy & Friederike M. | Model: Steffi Soede (Select Model Management)



Pump It Up Pandemonia | Photographer: Armin Morbach | Styling: Ingo Nahrwold





Tam Tam Club | Photographer: Boe Marion | Fashion Editor & Styling: Wiebke Bredehorst | Hair: Dejan Cekanovic | Makeup: Sophia Eriksen | Models: Herieth Paul (Select Model Management) & Josefien Rodermans (Future Faces)






Trugbilder | Photographer: Markus Jans | Fashion Editor & Makeup: Loni Baur | Styling: Katrin Gerhardy | Hair: Stelli | Model: Bo Don (Next Models NY)

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First Look: F***king Young!

November 1st, 2012 |Posted by Betty

After three years online, the popular Barcelona based website Fucking Young goes print for the first time ever for Fall 2012 with a new biannual men’s glossy art directed by the super cool Folch Studio. Focusing on “The Blonde” and featuring artwork/editorials/interviews with golden tressed artists and flaxen haired faces like Harry Goodwins,Vladimir IvanovPaul Boche, Shaun Ross and cover boy Sebastian Sauvé, Fucking Young looks to be a new must read for men’s fashion fanatics. (Preorder now here)

Sebastian Sauvé by JM Ferrater, with art direction by Jotaeme and styling by Laura Alcalde

Photography and art direction by Saty + Pratha. Styling by Lu Philippe Guilmette. Models: Felix at Dulcedo, Max Hart Barnwell, Nelson at Folio and Oliver S-L at Montage.

Giovanni L. Bassan by Alice Rosati

Artist Carles Congost

Paul Boche illustrated by Mario Gonzalez

Shaun Ross illustrated by Mario Gonzalez

Harry Goodwins, Sebastian Sauvé, Vladimir Ivanov by Saverio Cardia, styling by Lucio Colapietro

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First Look: TUSH

October 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Tush Magazine has always followed the beat of its own drummer and their latest issue is filled to the brim with creative content that feels fresh. Right from the start, the issue dazzles – literally, glittering Maison Martin Margiela couture masks on the cover are are stunning way to kick things off and Armin Morbach‘s mask story continues the fun with an edgy and elegant look at haute headgear. Inside you’ll find a series of eye-catching editorials, from Kai Z Feng‘s lush beauty story featuring the timeless appeal of Melissa Tammerijn, to Markus Jans‘ gorgeous outwear edit -take a sneak peek into the latest Tush and experience it all for yourself!

Photographer – Armin Morbach | Stylist – Katrin Gerhardy  | Models – Stefano & Annelie

Photographer – Stefan Milev | Model – Milou Sluis

Photographer – Markus Jans | Stylist – Wiebke Bredehorst | Models – Grace Bol, Awa Ceesay, & Alima Fofana

Photographer – Greg Gex | Model – Karoline Bjornelykke

Photographer – Armin Morbach | Stylist – Ingo Nahrwold | Models – Henna Lintukangas & Esther Heesch

Photographer – Kai Z Feng | Model – Melissa Tammerijn |

Photographer – Alice Rosati

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