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Less Is More

December 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Russia might be known for over the top escapades (just take a look at the current cover’s Balmain overload) but the magazine is best when it keeps it simple. Case in point, Anthony Maule‘s elegant black and white shots of Caroline Brasch Nielsen, a relatively to the point editorial filled with strong shapes, clean lines and great poses. Géraldine Saglio‘s styling captures the allure of minimalist glam, while showing off a few incredible jewels from the likes of Tiffany and David Yurman.

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Futurism

October 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Anthony Maule.
Dafne Cejas.
Dazed & Confused.
The perfect blend of high fashion and technology, styled to the nines by Katie Shillingford to provide a thrilling glimpse at the future.

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More Is More

October 20th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

After seasons of perfecting minimalism, it seems fashion’s foremost stylists have taken an interest in the exact opposite. Fall’s fashion glossies are filled with layered looks that explode off the page with print, pattern and texture. There is nothing subtle about a Lanvin fur worn over lace tights, or the melange of sequins and colors, but you can’t deny that the combinations are eye-catching. Do you like the maximalist look or do you prefer your fashions a bit more subdued? Let us know in the comments.

Valerija Kelava by Lachlan Bailey styled by Anne Christensen for Vogue China

Mariacarla Boscono by Steven Meisel, styled by Panos Yiapanis for Vogue Italia

Liu Wen by Greg Kadel, styled by Katie Mossman for Vogue Germany


Robbie Spencer‘s madcap styling shot by Anthony Maule in Dazed & Confused

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Clean Lines

September 1st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Sometimes the simplest clothes make for the most engaging portraits; Anthony Maule and stylist, Samuel Francois create a sleek Numéro editorial centered around fall’s minimalist shapes. Using impeccable ensembles from brands like Calvin Klein and Rochas shot in a stripped down high contrast style, Maule crafts a beautiful series of images heightened by Samantha Gradoville‘s strong and sexy presence. The jet black eyebrows, the slicked back hair crafted by Romina Manenti, that incredible red Margiela coat – now this is how you do power dressing!



Image Credit | Carla-A @ tFS

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The Raven

July 22nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Emily DiDonato, snags her first Numero cover and it is a stunner. The black and white Anthony Maule image of Emily in layers of shearling makes a strong visual impression; Emily’s jet black lips, her knowing glance and the subtle hint of skin all add up to create one memorable cover. Do you love it?

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That Face

July 9th, 2010 |Posted by contributor

In the current Details, Tyson Ballou shows why he remains, more than a decade later, still one of the most requested faces of today. Photographer Anthony Maule and stylist Julie Ragolia kept the concept simple and true to highlight the latest in cold weather fashion, ranging from blazers/sweaters and ankle boots, to a cozy coat by Dior Homme. What pulled it all together? Edward Kim‘s casting of that near iconic face and body. Fall clothes (and Mr. Ballou himself) have never looked so good. (Story by Michael N) (See the full editorial on Details.com)

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What A Feeling!

April 5th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Cinema has always been source material for fashion editorials and Anthony Maule looks to 80s dance flick ‘Flashdance’ for the inspiration of his latest editorial in Numero. Jacquelyn Jablonski re-enacts several classic scenes from the film and sports the lead character’s signature mop of curly hair, but do Maule and Jablonski pull it off? Are you loving this fashion flashback?

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Image Credit | Fashion Gone Rogue

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Who is he? Drew

July 18th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

That mysterious model in the current Interview, left curiously uncredited, is Drew Jenkins. We thought we recognized those mile high cheekbones. For his pre Jil Sander show haircut, earlier this year, click here.

Photographer Anthony Maule, fashion editor Karl Templer, hair Guido, makeup Diane Kendal.

Drew/Wilhelmina New York. Ph: Anthony Maule for Interview magazine, August 08

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