Vogue Paris Brings Light to the Fall

November 4th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

David Sims shines a spotlight on the most exquisite fashion of the Fall season for the newest issue of Vogue Paris. Models Andreea Diaconu & Frederikke Sofie are ethereally casted for the moody editorial. Pieces from Gucci, Celine, Balenciaga, and Marc Jacobs are plucked from their exclusive perches and thrown on the casually lounging beauties that enchantingly capture our hearts courtesy of super stylist Jane How. They stand as visuals that are as simplistically beautiful as they are breathtaking. See for yourself the images below and check out Vogue Paris out on newsstands now.

Photographer – David Sims | Stylist – Jane How (Art Partner) | Hair – Paul Hanlon (New York: Julian Watson Agency NY, London: Julian Watson Agency London) | Make-up – Lucia Pieroni (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London) | Nails – Ama Quashie (Camilla Lowther Management) | Set Design – Poppy Bartlett






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The Last’s Latest

September 8th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle


The Last Magazine can always be counted on to deliver an epic and oversized cover just in time for fashion month. Fall sees the high end glossy enlisting art photographer Jeff Burton to shoot deliriously beautiful images of Andreea Diaconu for an Alastair McKimm styled fashion story and sun-kissed cover. With the last days of summer upon us the 13th issue’s cover story serves as the perfect sendoff to summer, with Andreea playing the role of ultimate luxe babe. Burton’s artful shots of Andreea capture an energy that is completely in line with the season’s laid back vibe, whether she’s clad in Saint Laurent as the sun hits her just so or floating across a pool of perfectly blue water. Given the beauty of the imagery provided we’re sure many will take pleasure in utilizing The Last’s larger than life size to enjoy these shots as posters.

See the full story and more from issue No. 13 on The Last Magazine.com





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August 19th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Models on the cover of American Vogue?! They said it couldn’t be done, but the new supers have taken the front page for September and provide a thrilling respite from the usual with a multi-girl cover filled with smiles and sparkling gowns. Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss lead the pack on the main cover looking exceptional in Mario Testino (Art Partner)’s upbeat cover shot. On the inside the next generation of beauties takes center stage with Arizona Muse, Edie Campbell, Imaan Hammam, Fei Fei Sun, Vanessa Axente, and Andreea Diaconu serving as Vogue’s latest lineup of stars. As with any high profile cover there is sure to be debate over who is and isn’t included in the line up – are you pleased with Vogue’s September selection, or are their other faces who you’d like to see on the cover as well? Sound off in the comments!

See the full story on Vogue.com



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Chloe Hits the Road

August 1st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

For fall Chloe heads upstate to Harriman, New York for a designer roadtrip shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, who put their style to good use creating an atmospheric campaign with the energy and sun-drenched cinematography of a feature film. Sasha Pivovarova and Andreea Diaconu are the heroines of this piece and they cruise through the deserted streets clad in Baylee bags, chunky furs and the seventies style girlish pieces that are Chloe’s bread & butter. The duo makes for the perfect pair of Chloe girls and the dreamy vibe of the video fits creative director, Clare Waight Keller’s vision completely.

“As with the collection, I wanted to create this sense of mystery, something strange and a little bit wild. I liked the idea of two girls escaping, moving forward. There’s a real beauty in the idea of chasing something hopeful.” – Clare Waight Keller, Chloé Creative Director





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Intermission’s Interlude

June 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the most discerning publications around Intermission Magazine sets the bar high with its biannual issues. Focusing on the most relevant and meaningful developments within the worlds of fashion, art and culture and then delivering them in a sleek package, Intermission is always a pleasure to read. For their 9th issue, Intermission knocks the ball out of the park with four covers that utilize modeling’s fast rising stars Binx, Andreea Diaconu, Ophelie Guillermand and Andreas Lindquist feature on covers that offer a respite from the typical with their moody, atmospheric images in stark black and white or muted color. Inside editorial after editorial thrills with arresting fashions, provocative imagery and a chic spirit that unites each piece of content.

For even more from Intermission be sure to visit Intermission Magazine.com




Ph. Amy Troost / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Leona Binx Walton






Ph. Paul Wetherell / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Ophelie Guillermand


03_JS_TVD_INTRMISON_15032014_357_NY_FLAT_FINALPh. John Scarisbrick / Styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) / Model Kim Peers



Ph. John Scarisbrick / Styling Karen Kaiser / Models Esmerelda Seay Reynolds & Jessica





Ph. John Scarisbrick / Styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) / Model Andreea Diaconu






Ph. Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Andreas Lindquist



Ph. Robert Johansson / Styling – Emily Mazur / Models Charlotte Carey & Veronika Vilim, Hair – Yuhi Kim

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Less is More

May 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Josh Olins kicks back in the pages of British Vogue with an editorial infused with easygoing charm. Set in the windswept hills of Santa Barbara and starring Andreea Diaconu and Ashleigh Goodthe story focuses on minimal separates in neutral colors. With stylist Clare Richardson at the helm, the pared down color palette and restrained lineup of pieces from ChanelDerek Lam and Burberry Prorsum seems effortlessly cool rather than sharply severe. For their part, Andreea and Ashleigh look right at home in every shot, whether they’re lounging in the tall grass, or posing together on the edge of the boardwalk.

 See the full story on CLM

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Women on Top

March 13th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Who can resist the allure of a magazine dedicated to dynamic, intelligent and take charge women! David Vivirido and Francesco Sourigues, the forces behind Hercules Magazine unveil their vision for women with Vamp Magazine, a tour de force take on fashion dedicated to those who are unafraid to speak their minds and express themselves via the best in power-dressing. The cover tagline “Being the woman you’ve always wanted to be” offers a compelling call to action – it isn’t enough to just wear pretty clothes, a girl has got to take on the world with gusto. The founders offered a mission statement of sorts to Business of Fashion and described the glossy’s ideal reader in no uncertain terms, “Vamp is for women who want to get ahead, stamp their foot and make a statement.”

We love the sound of that and the look of the 6 incredible new covers, which feature an impressive lineup of modeling fixtures. Each cover star is an impressive woman with personality to spare, from industry standard bearers like Carolyn Murphy and Liya Kebede, multi-hyphenate Rosie Huntington Whiteley, campaign queen Karmen Pedaru and in demand it-girls Andreea Diaconu and Emily DiDonato.


Emily DiDonato by Paola Kudacki, styled by Brandon Maxwell


Andreea Diaconu by Paola Kudacki, styled by Brandon Maxwell


Rosie Huntington Whiteley by Paola Kudacki, styled by Brandon Maxwell


Liya Kebede by Paola Kudacki, styled by Brandon Maxwell


Karmen Pedaru by Giampaolo Sgura (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), styled by David Vivirido


Carolyn Murphy by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York), styled by Francesco Sourigues












All images courtesy of Vamp

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Gold Rush

January 15th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Andreea Diaconu.
Josh Olins.
Clare Richardson.

A fashion forward trip to the elegant Costa Careyes on Mexico’s Pacific shore makes for an inspired editorial. Girl of the moment Andreea shines in Olins’ imagery and features prominently throughout the issue. Author and man about town, Derek Blasberg interviews the brainy beauty about her college plans, career ambitions and the unexpected twists along the way, including the story behind her memorable collaborations with Mario Sorrenti. “The plan was for me to make enough money for four years of col­lege, and then I’d walk away…” Diaconu quips to Blasberg, “I had just about saved enough and was thinking of quitting, and then I got a call from my agent: ‘Mario Sorrenti booked you for Italian Vogue.’”

See the full story – interview and images – at WSJ.com









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