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The Look of Julia Hetta

November 6th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

One of the most interesting photographers to catch our eye of late is talented Swede, Julia Hetta. With work appearing in influential indie glossies like Acne Paper, Dazed & Confused, Bon Magazine and Another Magazine, Hetta is most certainly making waves within the industry and taking a look at her images it is easy to see why. Her dynamic portraiture owes a great deal to classic paintings and sculpture, yet it feels refreshing. Using dramatic lighting, stark contrasts and the occasional well used prop, Hetta creates an unmistakable atmosphere within her imagery. Take a look at some our favorite Hetta images past and present and for more be sure to check out her website, Julia Hetta.com.

 

Bon Magazine
Julia Hetta (Photographer | Marcus Söder (Fashion Editor / Stylist) | Kristina Kullenberg (Makeup Artist)
Ellinore Erichsen, Ingrid Krzeszewski and Lovisa Hellners (Models)


Another MagazineView the story in the database
Julia Hetta (Photographer) | Cathy Edwards (Fashion Editor/Stylist) | Raphael Salley (Hair Stylist) | Kirstin Piggott (Makeup Artist)
David White (Set Designer) Julia Nobis & Katlin Aas (Models)


Acne Paper  - View the story in the database
Julia Hetta (Photographer) | Mattias Karlsson (Fashion Editor/Stylist) | Joseph Pujalte (Hair Stylist) | Peter Philips (Makeup Artist)
David White (Set Designer)


Vogue China 
Julia Hetta (Photographer) | Hannes Hetta (Fashion Editor / Stylist) Lina Zhang (Model)


Dazed & Confused - View the story in the database
Mattias Karlsson (Fashion Editor/Stylist) | Naoki Komiya (Hair Stylist) | Kirstin Piggott (Makeup Artist) | Rhea Thierstein (Set Designer)


Rodeo MagazineView the story in the database
Julia Hetta (Photographer) | Lok Lau (Hair Stylist) | Jenny Sinkaberg (Model)


Julia Hetta (Photographer) | Hannes Hetta (Fashion Editor / Stylist)

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Double Vision : Dior Couture

October 18th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion shows are well and good, but the true test of a collection’s impact is often played out in the editorial pages. When you have multiple editors reaching for the same pieces over and over again you know a designer has hit a nerve. Even when the styling itself isn’t that noticeably different between images, there are always key changes in presentation that separate fashion stories; whether it is the model choice, the manner in which the photographer chose to present the garment, or even something as simple as color vs. black and white, each team puts its own special stamp on things. Take a look at the way in which different magazines have interpreted two of the most popular pieces within the collection and let us know who you think pulled it off best.

Look No. 48  

Black fitted cashmere top with a black duchess satin skirt embroidered with electric blue flowers.

Saskia de Brauw by Daniel Jackson for Vogue Germany, stylist Christiane Arp

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan, stylist Melanie Ward

Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine, stylist Katie Shillingford

Karlie Kloss by Eric Guillemain for Sunday Times Style Magazine, stylist Lucy Ewing

Hanaa Ben Abdesslem by Michelle Ferrara for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, stylist Elaine Lloyd Jones | Suki Waterhouse by Marc Hom for Tatler, stylist Deep Kailey

Stef Van Der Laan by Luca Guadagnino for CR Fashion Book, stylist Carine Roitfeld

 

NiNi in Vogue China / Thana Kuhnen by Marcelo Krasilcic for L’Officiel

Look No. 8

Blue and pink embroidered cut-off ballgown with black cigarette pants

Keira Knightley by Mario Testino for American Vogue, stylist Grace Coddington

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia | Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine

Dior couture illustration by Ignasi Monreal for Spanish V Magazine

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japanstylist Melanie Ward

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The Look of: Yelena Yemchuk

June 13th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

With an eye for the off-kilter side of feminine imagery, Yelena Yemchuk has made a name for herself in the world of fashion photography, creating striking visuals for magazines like Vogue Italia, Numero, Dazed & Confused and countless others. Though her big break came with the covers for Smashing Pumpkin’s now classic albums, her fashion work is no less stellar. In her latest work for 25 Magazine she taps into Carmen Kass‘s inner chameleon, creating a stripped down showcase for the iconic beauty’s transformation skills.

Transformation is a recurring theme in Yemchuk’s photos, every woman she captures takes on a bold new character, whether it is actress Kirsten Dunst going ethereal at the seashore, or Eniko Mihalik becoming a surrealist masterwork, the changes are always intriguing to see.

Carmen Kass by Yelena Yemchuk for 25 Magazine

Kirsten Dunst by Yelena Yemchuk for Vogue Italia

Eniko Mihalik by Yelena Yemchuk for Tar Magazine

Aline Weber by Yelena Yemchuk for Another Magazine

Constance Jablonski by Yelena Yemchuk for Numero

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Wizard of Marc

March 26th, 2010 |Posted by contributor

Lindsey, Freja, Sophie…oh my. As Chadwick Tyler switches from photographer to director, he has chosen the ladies (and gentleman) of Marc Jacobs F/W10 to display a hidden talent behind a different kind of lens. On exclusive from Another magazine, the models are in the moment and in their Marc. We can’t get enough of our favorite pristine casting dancing across the screen – there’s no place like home. (Story by Kristen Bolt)

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Bits and Bytes: Multi Cover Mania

August 21st, 2009 |Posted by Betty

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Kate Moss by Craig McDean for Another Magazine. (for full story on the covers and Another Magazine’s Decade in Style, click here).

Joining in the multi cover party that V Magazine started with 4 Fall covers and the special edition V Magazine 19 cover bonanza by Paul Rowland, is Another Magazine‘s beauteous quartet of Natalie Portman, Vanessa Paradis, Kate Moss and Katie Holmes. Love Magazine also enters the fray with 2 covers, one of Coco Sumner (Sting’s daughter) and the other of young musician Alex Hartley. It looks like it’s never been a better time for readers with such a plethora of choices.

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Katie Holmes by Craig McDean.

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Vanessa Paradis and Natalie Portman by Hedi Slimane.

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Coco Sumner by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

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Alex Hartley by David Sims
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Amber Valletta, Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista and Lady Gaga for V Magazine.

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There’s always the next Kate Moss, but is this girl actually the one?

If you’ve ever met French model Vincent LaCrocq, you’ll know why he was picked for Alexander Wang‘s men’s lookbook. Completely swoonworthy.

When we want more black models in editorials, this is NOT what we were thinking of… Our own story on R’el and Melodie by Greg Kadel for Numero is also generating quite a discussion.

Annie Leibovitz, strange and sad story.

What is the future of fashion, modeling and the Internet? The Imagist ponders

September 10th’s Fashion’s Night Out in NYC promises to be big.. Mark your calendars now to meet supermodels, designers and photographers like Steven Klein and Annie Leibovitz. Click here for the official website.

How funny… the making of the Gucci campaign is preferred to the actual campaign.

Top model Sean O’Pry has been awarded the keys to his hometown city. Here’s a pic of him with his mayor.

13 year old style blogger Tavi is on the new POP cover…. and you are not.

Jessica White blogs; she talks about the ups and downs of her life. Besides the excitement of shooting for Sports Illustrated and Maybelline, she is frank about losing her money and the devastation of being sexually abused, this looks like a must read.

Speaking of all the calls for less Photoshopping… here’s Glamour Magazine‘s model with a belly and she looks beautiful!

Models go to the movies..Irina Lazareanu has landed the lead in the new Spike Lee movie! Agyness Deyn is also set to appear in a Kevin Sampson movie.

Kate Moss vs Scarlett Johansson, are we seeing double??

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Natasa by Night

February 13th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Natasa Vojnovic, dazzles for AnOther Magazine. The impressive star continues to shine no matter what the editorial – this time around Vojnovic does her own spin on ethereal for Glen Luchford. With her ingenuity and gift for drama Natasha is truly a sight to behold.

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Why So Siri-ous?

September 11th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Though she is front and center on almost every single runway this season Siri Tollerod still finds time to pop up in choice editorial space. With new editorials in the latest issues of Another and Numero Homme Siri cements her status as the seasons most coveted chameleon.

Kinga Rajzak and Siri Tollerod by Craig McDean for Another Magazine

Siri Tollerod by Karl Lagerfeld for Numero Homme

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Black Magic Women

September 10th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Superstars Jourdan Dunn and Anja Rubik join forces in the newest issue of Another Magazine. While both Jourdan and Anja are known for their classic beauty, Sunsbo and stylist Marie Chaix bring out the edge. The energetic shots of the white hot duo are kinetic, dynamic and above all else pristine.

Jourdan Dunn and Anja Rubik by Solve Sundsbo for Another Magazine

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