Romance by the Sea for Numéro Russia

September 30th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Numero Russia‘s October issue has Taylor Hill looking like a oceanside vision. Photographed vividly by An Le amongst the spray of breaking waves and a dreamlike fog. Styled in plush whites by Nick Nelson the mood of the editorial is romance by the sea. For beauty, Hung Vanngo brings out the Victoria Secret Angel’s natural glow, with windswept hair courtesy of Keith Carpenter. An accompanying behind-the-scenes video gives a glimpse of just how picturesque the day was. See the exclusive preview below:

Taylor Hill by An Le / Stylist Nick Nelson / Make-up Artist Hung Vanngo / Hair Stylist Keith Carpenter / Manicurist Natalie Pavloski (LMC Worldwide) / Production Victoria Pavon




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Russian Spring

March 23rd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

As winter thaws it gives way to fresh editorials and dewy looks. Meghan Collison helps with that changeover for Numero Russia’s April 2015 cover story by An Le. A very vernal Meghan ushers in the more hospitable weather with wettish hair and satiny, porcelain skin on the mock tundra set (minus the frigid bite). The fox-eyed icon poses in carefree spring looks styled by Phuong My alongside a half dog/half wolf sidekick. The storybook-esque editorial reminds us how good it’s going to feel to shed those winter layers.

Photos courtesy of An Le Studio












Photography & Concept: An Le
Art director: Christopher Sollinger
Stylist: Phuong My
Make-up Artist: Hung Vanngo
Hair: Nicolas Eldin
Manicurist: Geraldine Holford
Set designer: Dylan Auman
Scenic painter: Robert Christie
Production by Luz Pavon & Victoria Pavon NYC
Behind the scene: Antonio Deblaz
Talent: Meghan Collison

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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.

ODDA 7 menswear cover copia

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

ODDA 7 womenswear cover copia

Stephanie Hall
Stephanie Hall by Philip Meech, styling by Hope von Joel

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

Preview Dries Van Noten ss15
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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Only Omi

May 30th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

No one brings more glamour to a shoot than Naomi Campbell and in the pages of a special issue of  Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam the supermodel is in rare form. Photographer An Le captures Naomi in her element sporting a wardrobe of high heels, slinky dresses and barely there swimwear selected by fashion editor Phuong My and stylist Lisa Jarvis. With her innate sexiness and skillful posing Naomi is a powerful presence in each and every photograph – proving exactly why she remains fashion’s go-to model for audacious elegance.

See the full story on An Le

Photographer: An Le | Fashion editor: Phuong My | Stylist: Lisa Jarvis | Hair: Peter Savic (Magnet Agency) | Make Up: Renee Garnes (Wilhelmina Artists) | Manicurist: Andy B Seo | Production: Luz Pavon and Victoria Pavon for Pavon NYC | Set Designer: Stewart Gerard










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First Look: ODDA

October 18th, 2013 |Posted by

Since its launch just over a year ago, ODDA Magazine has continued to deliver fresh, avant-garde fashions for both men and women, and as we expected, the latest issue delivers just that and more. ODDA offers two covers for issue number 5 featuring Polish beauty Magdalena Jasek in Margiela and handsome Tyler Maher in Prada. The always-unpredictable content ranges from innovative and edgy to playful and quirky. Interviews with designers, from the iconic Yohji Yamamoto to the inimitable Christian Lacroix to current creatives Kris Van Assche, Thom Browne and Gaia Trussardi give the magazine that extra jolt of fashion. Sneak a peek at our favorite stories below. ODDA goes worldwide on October 28th— certainly an issue that can’t be missed.

Text by Victoria Perillo



Tyler Maher by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin


Magdalena Jasek by Piotr Porebsky, styled by Marek Adamski

Guerrino Santulliana and Justin Sterling by Emmanuel Giraud, styling by Simon Pylyser


Aiden Andrews and Ben Allen by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia, styling by Alba Melendo

Interview with Dalianah Arekion


Sylvia Van der Klooster by Zeb Daemen, styled by Yasmina Benabdelkrim


Frederik Ruegger by Jason Mickle, styled by Raul Guerrero


Louis Steyaert by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin


Lukas Katinas and Chris Bunn by Omar Macchiavelli, styled by Marco Manni

Ali Stephens by Arnaldo Anaya Lucca (De Facto), styled by Marcus Teo (De Facto)


Matt Trethe and Marine Hein by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin

Rose Smith and Noam Frost by An Le, styling by Julien Alleyne

Yulia Kharlapanova by Shirley Yu, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim

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