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In A Daze

August 11th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Dazed & Confused takes on the fall collections with a 60 plus page editorial by Kacper Kasprzyk filled with a wild assortment of clothing styled by Katie Shillingford, Robbie Spencer and Karen Langley. With three top tier stylists and nearly 40 models from established stars to new faces and kids fresh from the street, the story qualifies as a full on fashion extravaganza.

Joan Smalls

Hanaa Ben Abdesslem

Billie Turnbull

Karl Byrne & Luisa Le Voguer Couyet

Liu Wen

Ehren Dorsey

Toby Rackham & Will Norton

Aymeline Valade

Camille Rowe

Oscar Khan & Oscar Lindqvist

Ajak Deng

Alyona Subbotina

Harry Strawson & Calum Caldwell

Alana Zimmer

Lydia Willemina & Terese Pagh

Daisy Davidson, Cole Fitzhenry & Steven Gannon

Andie Arthur

Ruby Jean Wilson

Emily DiDonato

Kate Wagoner & Lydia Carron

Marloes Horst

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Happy Feet!

August 1st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Tired of dour and downbeat editorials? Russh‘s September issue provides a welcome jolt of energy! Will Davidson‘s cheerful images of Aymeline Valade dancing and smiling her way around NYC’s streets are effortlessly beautiful. As always Stevie Dance‘s styling elevates the story, combining sheer dresses, tailored suiting and top hats to create a look that is light and modern with a touch of whimsy.

HAIR Dennis Gots MAKEUP Chiho Omae

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Fit To Be Tied

July 25th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Is it just us or has fashion felt a little tamer in the wake of Carine Roitfeld‘s departure from Vogue Paris? In case you had forgotten what an audaciously sexy fashion editorial looked like Numero sets out to remind you with a bondage-y romp shot by Tom Munro and featuring the undeniably appealing Aymeline Valade.

Stealing a title and theme from Almodovar, while borrowing a bit of Helmut Newton-esque panache for good measure, the story is sultry, steamy and filled with the finest lace garters money can buy. Stylist Charles Varenne knows exactly how to titillate with pieces from Givenchy and Giorgio Armani.

MAKEUP Fulvia Farolfi

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Journal Entrée

June 7th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

the journal is quickly becoming one of our favorite magazines and with good reason, each issue provides us with fashion content that is gritty, yet easy on the eyes. Hugh Lippe‘s pared down and sexy shots of Aymeline Valade showcase the French stunner’s enviable physique and streamlined designs chosen by stylist Keegan Singh in images that hit all the right notes.

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April 19th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

10 breathtaking portraits of 5 of the season’s hottest girls; Greg Kadel shoots a truly gorgeous story for Vogue Germany, styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt. Bridging the gap between beauty feature and couture story, the editorial not only makes Aymeline, Josephine, Julia, Merethe & Anais look lovely, it also showcases some of the new season’s finest looks.

Josephine Skriver

Aymeline Valade

Merethe Hopland

Anais Pouliot

Julia Saner

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April 1st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Aymeline Valade
is the face of Alexander Wang’s spring campaign and opened the designer’s show this season, so it is clear that the French beauty’s look resonates with Alex’s downtown luxe aesthetic. Take a look at this teaser for the second edition of the Confessional series and view the entire clip by Peter Szollosi on Alexander .

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The Sharper Image

February 7th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The best campaign images capture the essence of their brands, while bringing the collection to life with new vitality. Alexander Wang’s S/S 11 image plays on the minimalist edge of the show and its unforgettable look. Aymeline Valade brings all her strength to Craig McDean‘s pictures, striking energetic poses in Wang’s deconstructed pieces styled by Karl Templer.

Thomas Wylde puts Sasha Pivovarova‘s charms to good use, in their rock chic campaign by Greg Kadel. The brand’s skull and crossbones accessories are all the rage and the ads capture that same spirit of luxurious rebellion.

Herve Leger’s is known for their little bondage dresses and Camilla Akrans‘s sleek campaign certainly features them prominently, but the addition of Olga Sherer and the luxurious locale, makes things considerably more glamourous.

Aymeline Valade by Craig McDean for Alexander Wang

Sasha Pivovarova by Greg Kadel for Thomas Wylde

Olga Sherer by Camilla Akrans for Herve Leger

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Rough & Tumble

January 20th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Craig McDean.
Karl Templer.
Aymeline Valade.
Three fashion forces combine for an editorial that captures the essence of the current obsession for all things punk and tomboyish; yet another homerun for Interview Magazine.

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