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Double Kloss

July 19th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Just when you’ve think you’ve seen every possible incarnation of Karlie Kloss, she pulls another one out of her hat. The teen modeling queen shows up in Vogue Italia and American Vogue this month, sporting two very different looks. In Craig McDean‘s sleek portraits, Karlie sports a jet black crop and some seriously stylish graphic looks created by Camilla Nickerson. For Stephane Sednaoui‘s black and white series, Karlie traipses around NYC with futuristic sunglasses and a towering bouffant.

HAIR Orlando Pita MAKEUP Mark Carrasquillo PRODUCTION Stefan Beckman

FASHION EDITOR Victoria Bartlett HAIR David von Cannon MAKEUP James Kaliardos MANICURE Kristia Konarski

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Calvin Cool

June 16th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Mark Seliger shoots Lara Stone for a Calvinized cover and editorial in the new Vogue Russia, styled by Camilla Nickerson. Joined by Francisco Costa, Lara lends her curves to the label’s minimalist chic ensembles all while giving her signature icy glare to the camera.

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April 12th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

With her boundless energy and skill for posing mid-air Caroline Trentini has become synonymous with the Vogue studio editorial; it isn’t a proper issue of Vogue without at least one shot of Trentini jumping. Good thing the magazine’s latest issue features Trentini in two stories: the first a seasonal special by David Sims and Camilla Nickerson that pays tribute to the current fixation with all things mod and the second a preview of the Met’s McQueen extravaganza complete with stunning portraits shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Grace Coddington.

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Miami Inc.

April 15th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Bruce Weber takes readers on a tour of Miami for W. Using his signature mix of real people, models and of course his beloved golden retrievers, Weber photographs a diverse set of beauties including Sedene, Dree Hemingway, Elaine Irwin, Kirsten Owen, Coco Rocha, Alyssah Ali, Guinevere Van Seenus, Anne Marie Kortwright and fashion legend Iris Apfel. Add in some incredible clothes – Camilla Nickerson‘s colorful styling choices perfectly capture the vibrancy of Miami’s fashion scene – and you have the makings of an incredibly fun filled editorial.










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Oh My Goddess!

March 24th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Daria Werbowy looks larger than life in the new issue of W. Mario Sorrenti shoots the supermodel looking like a classic sixties siren and Camilla Nickerson‘s sexy styling makes Daria look even more alluring than usual – with the way Daria is jumping and dancing across each page, we’re betting this editorial would look even better in motion.






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The Wild Frontier

January 20th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

The combo of Mario Sorrenti and Raquel Zimmermann always make for a great story and their latest editorial for W is no exception. Using the rustic plains of Marfa, Texas as a backdrop, Sorrenti captures Raquel in Spring’s deconstructed looks, the outdoorsy setting makes for a unique story and it brings Camilla Nickerson‘s one of a kind styling to the forefront.





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Return to Glory

January 19th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Tanga Moreau was one of the most unforgettable faces of the 90s and 00s, fashion fans may remember her staring back at them from ads for Ralph Lauren, Versus and Jil Sander and now the beauty returns in the latest issue of Vogue Paris. In the story shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Camilla Nickerson, Tanga looks as strong and distinctive as she did when she first came on the scene. 2010 is shaping up to be a year that reenergizes fashion and the return of striking girls like Tanga is a sure sign that things are changing for the better.



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Art Institute

October 14th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Each year W‘s art issue overflows with creative energy, merging the worlds of fashion and art into one and enlisting some of the most innovative talents in both fields for truly imaginative editorials. This year sculptor Maurizio Cattelan conceives an emotionally charged story shot by Pierpaolo Ferrari and staring the legendary Linda Evangelista as an enigmatic woman of our times. Mixing political and religious imagery with arresting shots of Linda as a gilded Madonna and fallen society dame, the story stands out as one of the most compelling in a long while. The artistry behind this story is evident on all levels from Camilla Nickerson‘s distinctive styling to Gideon Ponte‘s intricate sets. Even the cover, which hints at the recession crunch with a knowing wink, is as memorable and evocative an image as W has ever produced. View the story in full on W






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