Ponystep is Back

June 10th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Bi-annual British fashion mag, Ponystep Magazine, features 7 captivating covers for its Spring/Summer 2013 issue. Featuring a bold mix of model talent, Ponystep snaps Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro alongside covers of Anais Mali, Marie Piovesan, Ava Smith, Lais Ribeiro, Haris and Louise Parker, each cover a unique representation of the subject’s personality. Legendary photographer David Bailey captures true beauty in his signature bold style. Ponystep is back and better than ever!

For even more of Ponystep Issue 5 check out their official site

Text by Victoria Perillo

 

 

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Ph. David Bailey | Models : Lais Ribeiro & Anais Mali

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Ph. Stefan Heinrichs | Model: Louise Parker

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Ph. Johan Sandberg | Fashion Editor: Jack Borkett | Hair: Karin Bigler

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Ph: Manuela Pavesi | Model : Matthijs Meel | Fashion Editor: Moreno Galatà

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Ph. Sebastian Mader | Model: Ava Smith

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Ph. Doug Inglish

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Ph. Robbie Fimmano (Photographer) | Fashion Editor: Heathermary Jackson | Model: Marie Piovesan

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Magical Realism

May 28th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Benjamin Alexander Huseby creates a dreamy tribute to one of the season’s key looks in the pages of The NY Times T Magazine. With its lush tropical backdrop and faded colors Huseby’s ethereal imagery has all the beauty of a carefree summer day, while Vanessa Traina‘s (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) chic styling provides the fashion focus. Traina dresses Anais Mali in a refined series of looks that center around cinched waists, unfussy prints and just the right amount of skin. As always, Anais looks divine and the selection of GivenchyChristopher Kane and Prada is perfect for summer. 

View the full story on NYTimes.com

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Super Bass

December 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion has always followed its own beat and V Magazine first ever Music issue (on stands January 12th) pays tribute to the dynamic influence of trend setting performers through the ages. Inside V75 Sebastian Faena and Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele explore the relationship between hip hop & high fashion in an outlandish editorial. Credited as the very first editor to embrace urban culture (Carlyne brought the look to the pages of Vogue Italia way back in 1990) Carlyne has a long history of taking looks off the street and translating them for the editorial pages. Cerf De Dudzeele tells V “I love girls that men want to follow in the street—glamorous, sexy, powerful. You’re born with it, it’s not something you learn. I have always been obsessed by hip-hop. L’attitude is always right.”

In Faena’s story she dresses Anais MaliCora EmmanuelRob Evans, Travone Hill and Chrishell Stubbs in looks that scream 90s-early 00s excess. Baggy pants, fanny packs and all the gold jewelry you handle. If we had to point to music references, we see little vintage Diddy, a whole lot of Lil Kim and a hint of Foxy Brown.

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Accessorize It!

July 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

There is always something delightful about a nice accessories edit and Raymond Meier‘s collaborations with Elissa Santisi for Vogue set the bar. Filled with bright colors and killer pieces the duo’s stories are sometimes the most fun thing in the entire magazine. This month’s offering is no exception: Mixed Media features rising Vogue favorite  Anais Mali  sporting some of the season’s true standouts : take a look at those glitter encrusted silver ankle boots by Miu Miu or the killer python slingbacks from Dries Van Noten.

HAIR Kamo MAKEUP Lisa Houghton PROP STYLING Charlie Welch

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Vintage Appeal

January 5th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Italia kicks 2011 off right with a beautiful vintage inspired cover and corresponding editorial. Steven Meisel and Karl Templer, look back to the days when fashion shows were intimate affairs; just a small room with models carrying cards bearing the number of each look. The focus was entirely on the fashion, not the celebrities in the front row or any other distractions. This story is a treat for anyone who loves clothes – looks by Lanvin, Chanel and Vuitton come to life in Meisel’s photos. As always the model selection is top notch, with VI first timers Anais Mali, Fei Fei Sun, Arizona Muse and Herieth Paul, joining regulars Kinga Rajzak and Freja Beha Erichsen.

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Image Credits | Z Fashion Blog

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Seeing Double

December 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Sølve Sundsbø is a master of slick futurism and he brings his signature touch to the pages of Interview with a deceptively simple story. Ludivine Poiblanc styles Anais Mali and Melodie Monrose in glamorous pieces that are feminine yet dramatic. The combination of restrained color palate, choice pieces from the Spring collections and sensual poses from Anais and Melodie makes for an engaging and memorable tale.

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