Muito Marlon

May 6th, 2015 |Posted by jonathanshia

Made in Brazil devotes their latest issue to one of male modeling’s most iconic Brazilians, Marlon Teixeira, whose curly locks, tanned skin, and toned abs have made him a constant presence in campaigns and magazines throughout his many years in the industry. The incomparable Bruce Weber opens the issue with a hand-drawn sketch of Teixeira and a tender introduction comparing him to “some unexplainable aquatic mystery.”

In the rest of the issue, Milan Vukmirovic shoots Teixeira in a collection of vintage sports cars dressed by George Cortina in little more than a fur throw, while Cristiano Madureira finds him at home with his surfboard on Santa Catarina. Fellow Brazilian superstar Caroline Trentini joins Teixeira for a classically clean feature by Gui Paganini styled by Renata Correa, while Rodrigo Calazans, Diego Miguel, and Leo Bruno all also star in their own editorials. After the success of the previous International Issue, all-American Calvin Klein favorite Clark Bockelman holes up in a rustic beach shack in a story by Matthew Scrivens styled by Benjamin Sturgill, bringing together an issue that offers the best of Brazil to the world and vice versa. Take a look at our exclusive preview of the new issue, out Friday, below.

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Cover by Bruce Weber

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Photos by Bruce Weber

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)/ Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Photographer Cristiano Madureira (shot in Marlon’s home in Santa Catarina)

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Photographer Cristiano Madureira (shot in Marlon’s home in Santa Catarina)

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Marlon Teixeira and Caroline Trentini/ Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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Leo Bruno/ Photographer Dean Isidro/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Leo Bruno/ Photographer Dean Isidro/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Diego Miguel/ Photographer Matthew Brookes (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )/ Stylist Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)

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Clark Bockelman/ Photographer Matthew Scrivens (De Facto)/ Stylist Benjamin Sturgill

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Clark Bockelman/ Photographer Matthew Scrivens (De Facto)/ Stylist Benjamin Sturgill

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Marco Alvez/ Photographer Cristiano Madureira/ Stylist Juliano Corbetta

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Rodrigo Calazans/ Photographer Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto)

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Caian Maroni/ Photographer Greg Vaughan/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Caian Maroni/ Photographer Greg Vaughan/ Stylist Christopher Campbell

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Back Cover Marlon Teixeira and Caroline Trentini/ Photographer Gui Paganini/ Stylist Renata Correa

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The Family

January 29th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

Mikael Jansson takes top models to the commune in the pages of Interview Magazine with an editorial that makes living off the land in seem glamorous. With matching blonde bobs and minimal makeup, the appealing cast of Caroline TrentiniConstance JablonskiJulia NobisDaria Strokous and Lina Berg looks like sisters, or at least sister-wives. It might be hard to imagine any of these girls plowing the fields, or harvesting their own veggies while wearing pieces from Marc Jacobs and Acne, but Jansson and  Karl Templer make the scenario work. The wardrobe of army green and khaki creates a pared down (but still luxurious) uniform.

See the full story on Interview Magazine.com 

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Chloe’s Time Capsule

January 6th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

Though the Chloe brand was founded in 1952 the early seventies have always held a special place in the label’s history. The relaxed silhouettes and romantic take on femininity are completely in line with the classic Chloe look created by Gaby Aghion. Current creative director, Clare Waight Keller sought to bring that feel to the label’s latest campaign, enlisting Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin to shoot Eniko Mihalik and Caroline Trentini in breezy spring looks on a sandy beach to create a perfectly dreamy campaign that takes viewers back to the days when Donna Summer played on the radio. “This season I was searching for a truly iconic 70’s beauty. Both Caroline and Eniko have that look, so indicative of the 70’s era; the unkempt hair, fresh natural radiance, soft freckles and sun-blushed skin that reminds me so much of the women of that period,” says Clare Waight Keller, Chloé Creative Director.

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Seeing Double

November 17th, 2014 |Posted by models.com

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A quote from William Wordsworth is emblazoned across the cover of Double Magazine‘s 28th edition and it serves as a fitting thematic intro to an issue filled with engaging content from some of photography & fashion’s rising stars. Jamie Hawkesworth, Roe Ethridge, Heji Shin and Harley Weir contribute new editorials, while superstar stylists Marie Chaix (Art Partner) and Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists) put their skills to good use mixing pieces from CélineLanvin and Vionnet‘s archives throughout the varied features. The issue’s mix of fresh talent like Hood by Air‘s Shayne Oliver and Sacai‘s Chitose Abe and established legends like Georgina Grenville makes for a compelling and insightful read.

For even more Double visit Le Magazine Double

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner) / Model Emily-Jane Rosen

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner)

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Ph. Heji Shin / Styled by Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists)

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Ph.  Jamie Hawkesworth / Styled by Marie Chaix / Models Anya LyagoshinaValery Kaufman

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State of Grace

November 19th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Grace Coddington by Sebastian Kim

On the eve of the publication of Grace Coddington‘s memoirs the famously flame haired fashion editor is everywhere. Pick up a copy of i-D Magazine‘s latest issue and you’ll see her on the cover, head to any news website worth its salt and you’ll find an excerpt from the tasteful tell-all (or just check it out on Vogue.com) detailing the backstory of some epic editorial moment straight from Vogue’s pages.  Indeed it seems we’re living in a state of Grace, so to speak, so what better time to look back on the trademarks of her work – those quintessential details that set her styling apart from everyone else. It would be impossible to go through twenty years of Grace and pick a few editorials that sum up the depth and diversity that make her work great, instead we look to four Coddington calling cards that are certain to appear in every one of her stories; glamour, history, fantasy and humour.


GLAMOUR

It goes without saying that Vogue is a repository for high-glamour imagery, but Grace has always pushed the borders of what that means. It isn’t enough to showcase off the runway looks or exquisite couture, the image has to convey something powerful and iconic.

‘The Heat of the Moment’ – Photographer Ellen von Unwerth, Model Naomi Campbell American Vogue, March 1998

‘High Art’ Photographer – Annie Leibovitz, Model – Natalia Vodianova, American Vogue November 2004

‘Daydreams’ Photographer Steven Klein, Models Daria Werbowy and Natalia Vodianova American Vogue September 2004

‘Talk to Her’ Photographer – Steven Meisel, Models – Joan SmallsCoco RochaKaren ElsonGuinevere Van SeenusCaroline TrentiniLiya KebedeAbbey Lee KershawDaphne Groeneveld, American Vogue 2012


HISTORY

Recreating the look and feel of historical periods with contemporary design has become something of a Vogue standard and when Grace takes on history the end result is always memorable. From haute baroque, to 50s style Brando-chic and 70s style glam rock, her interpretations of the past have always been fresh and dynamic.

‘French Twists’ Photographer – Annie Leibovitz, Models – Lily Cole, Gemma Ward, Gisele Bundchen, Daria Werbowy, Karen Elson, American Vogue May 2004

‘A Feast for the Eyes’ Photographer –Steven Meisel, Models – Kylie Bax, Amy Wesson, Elsa Benitez, Carolyn Murphy, Naomi Campbell, Michelle Behennah, Guinevere Van Seenus, Trish Goff, Chandra North,  American Vogue December 1996

‘Custom of the Country’ photographer Annie Leibovitz, Model Natalia Vodianova, American Vogue August 2012

‘Wild At Heart’ Photographer – Peter Lindbergh, Models – Helena ChristensenCindy Crawford,  Linda EvangelistaClaudia SchifferNaomi Campbell, Karen Mulder, Tatjana Patitz, and Stephanie Seymour, American Vogue 1991

Rock the House, photographer Steven Meisel, American Vogue, November 2001


FANTASY

No one creates a fantastical scenario via clothes quite like Grace does. Her instantly recognizable fairy tale collaboration with Annie Leibovitz has raised the bar for just about everyone by taking the familiar childhood tales and re-imagining them as fanciful fashion moments. Who says Alice can’t fall down the rabbit hole while wearing head to toe Tom Ford? Even with the elaborate sets, mythical allusions and high concept themes, Grace makes you notice the clothes first and foremost.

‘Joy to the World’ Photographer Steven Meisel, American Vogue December 2002

‘It’s a Jungle Out There’ Photographer – Steven Klein, Models – Maggie Rizer, Trish Goff, Oluchi Onweagba, Liisa Winkler, Anouck Lepere, Karolina Kurkova, American Vogue June 2001

‘Garden of Delights’ Photographer –Steven Meisel, Model – Caroline Trentini, American Vogue December 2006

‘Alice in Wonderland’ Photographer – Annie Leibovitz, Model – Natalia Vodianova , American Vogue December 2003

‘Wizard of Oz’ Photographer – Annie Leibovitz, Model – Keira Knightley, American Vogue December 2005

‘Romeo and Juliet’ Photographer – Annie Leibovitz, Model – Coco Rocha, American Vogue December 2008


HUMOUR

A concept that is regrettably missing in most fashion editorials yet always has a place in Grace’s work. Whether it is Stella Tennant leading a troop of boyscouts or Karen Elson starring as Grace herself, there is always that added touch of whimsy that makes her work a delight.

‘A Shot of Scotch’ Photographer – Arthur Elgort, Model – Linda Evangelista, American Vogue September 1991

‘Graceful Elegance’ Photographer – Steven Meisel, Model – Karen Elson, American Vogue August 2008

‘O’ Pioneers!’ Photographer – Arthur Elgort, Model – Stella Tennant, American Vogue June 2001

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Seaside

October 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

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An elegant story that transports us to another era via beautiful styling that calls to mind the Edwardian age. Simply stunning.

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Type Casting

August 16th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Steven Meisel shoots his favorite faces as the embodiment of fall’s signature styles: Caroline Trentini, Daria Strokous, Fei Fei Sun, Jourdan Dunn, Mirte Maas, Coco RochaArizona Muse and Raquel Zimmermann, take on a variety of looks from romantically ethereal separates, to futuristic minimalism. Styled by Grace Coddington and Michael Philouze, with gorgeous hair and makeup by Guido Palau & Pat McGrath, the story is an absolute delight. American Vogue‘s September issue continues to leave us pleasantly surprised!

Image Credit | Woman Management Blog

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Bits & Bytes: MIB winners!

July 28th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Images by Stewart Shining courtesy of Made in Brazil.
For the latest models.com/Made in Brazil magazine giveaway, we have 5 winners! If you are Ming.mil; Adan; Paulo; Matthew Owyang or luka, three of you have responded and will be getting their copies. The 2 who have not, contact Made in Brazil ASAP for your very own copy right now!

Heat Is On: Raquel Zimmermann on Nowness.com.

Check out Raquel Zimmermann‘s moves in this Nowness video for Elle Brazil’s special all about Raquel issue. With the Vogue Italia cover and her recent suite of campaigns, Ms Zimmerman proves time and again why she’s one of the industry’s favorite faces.

We love a model agent turned photographer. See Sam Scott Schiavo‘s timeless pics of new face Misa P.

Another Brazilian favorite of ours, Caroline Trentini talks to Marilyn Paris about her years in the biz.

Ponyryder catches up with Kristy Kaurova and new Balmain face Patrick Kafka.

We adore the amazing Arthur Elgort, see him talk to The NY Times about his favorite images.


See Sebastian Sauvé jumping around in Christian Oita‘s video for the British music magazine Crash>.

The god-like David Gandy emotes in this special video by Mike Penn.

Andrej Pejic moves for Michelle Carimpong and 1883 Magazine.

Jon Kortajarena is gorgeous AND he gives back. See how you can have dinner with Jon at the link.

Factor Models has a free APP to see how you can be discovered. Welcome to the future of modeling.

See a very blonde eyebrowed Lorenzo Martone and Jules Kim at the resort show of their bathing suit line Nycked.

Attention models: If you are with any of these agencies on the models.com agencies page, there’s a casting for a feature film directed by a 3-time Sundance Director who’s looking for 5 models (you must be represented by well-established agencies on the MDC list) for lead roles. You can audition directly online worldwide here at Letitcast, and click on “Paradise” before August 5th. Good luck you future Gemma’s and Rosie’s!

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