Intermission Favors the Feminine

December 2nd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Intermission‘s 11th issue, the magazine dons six covers framing a selection of faces from Sasha Pivovarova to Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, never missing a casting beat in-between. The inside stories favor the feminine over all else, like a rosy-cheeked Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge or John Scarisbrick‘s version of Kati Nescher as the most modern woman. Casper Sejersen conceptualizes a geometric editorial featuring Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, styled by Hannes Hetta–the shoot goes beyond by adding extra steps like some fashionable folding. Check out the rest of the issue preview below.

Images courtesy of Intermission Magazine

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Sasha Pivovarova by Jeff Bark (Management + Artists) / Styling Elin Svahn (Streeters London) / Hair Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Lisa Houghton (Tim Howard Management)


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Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce) / Styling Brian Molloy (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Hair Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


Isabella Emmack by Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Belén Casadevall / hair Tony Lundström / Makeup Ignacio Alonso


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Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Charlotte Wales (Mini Title Ltd) / Styling Hannes Hetta / Hair James Brown (Premier Hair and Make-Up) /Makeup Adrien Pinault (Management + Artists)


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Kati Nescher by John Scarisbrick / Styling Clare Byrne / Makeup Kanako Takase / Hair Shingo Shibata


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Aida becheanu by Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Vanessa Chow (Tim Howard Management) / Hair Marki Shkreli (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Alice Lane


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The Ladies of Abbaye de Chaalis

November 2nd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

In Numéro‘s latest Autumn issue, Korean photographer Hong Jang Hyun photographs Soo Joo Park and Giedre Kiaulenaite in the beautiful Abbaye de Chaalis, a historic abbey near Paris. The styling by Belén Casadevall, embellished and romantic itself, is not to be out done by the ornate, distressed interior decor, awash in cool daylight. Playing off these elements, the mood is modernized by their badgirl attitude, an imagining that has the models as unruly beauties amongst the monastery setting.

Soo Joo Park and Giedre Kiaulenaite by Hong Jang Hyun (AW Artist Management) / Stylist Belén Casadevall / Hair Stylist Tomo Hiro / Makeup Artist Lloyd Simmonds (MILANO: THE GREEN APPLE ITALIA SRL, New York: Tim Howard Management)

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Cowgirl Blues

July 16th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Txema Yeste‘s surrealist fashion story for Numéro is a sight to behold. Hana Jirickova sports a wide brim hat and attitude to spare in Yeste’s slick photographs, styled to perfection by Belén Casadevall Hana is a powerful presence in the richly saturated images with their striking visuals. With the furs piled high and luxurious jewels peeking out in every other image the story is heavy on luxury, but it’s the addition of shots like the burning chair that give the story its dramatic feel.

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Images courtesy of Txema Yeste

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Tropic Heat

April 29th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The very best covers of Numéro offer a sumptuous take on fashion that thrives on decadent imagery and the most eye-catching designer wares. Txema Yeste delivers a stunning May cover starring a platinum blonde Aymeline Valade clad in glossy Dolce & Gabbana. Stylist Belén Casadevall pulls out all the stops dressing Aymeline in an array of transparent, skin-tight and embellished looks, each one more revealing than the last. The seductive editorial showcases Aymeline at her best as a formidable temptress set against a vivid tropical backdrop.

Hair – Laurent Philippon / Make up –Victor Alvarez (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) / Set – Cristina Ramos

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Images courtesy of Pancho Saula Artist Management

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Tropic Thunder

January 31st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Rose Cordero shines in a tropical Numero editorial by Viviane Sassen. Shot in South Africa and styled by Belén Casadevall, the story features Rose in bright looks from Kenzo, Dior and Givenchy. As always Rose’s poses are dynamic and breathe life into the clothing, while Sassen’s voyeuristic style draws you into each picture.

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