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Less is More

May 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Josh Olins kicks back in the pages of British Vogue with an editorial infused with easygoing charm. Set in the windswept hills of Santa Barbara and starring Andreea Diaconu and Ashleigh Goodthe story focuses on minimal separates in neutral colors. With stylist Clare Richardson at the helm, the pared down color palette and restrained lineup of pieces from ChanelDerek Lam and Burberry Prorsum seems effortlessly cool rather than sharply severe. For their part, Andreea and Ashleigh look right at home in every shot, whether they’re lounging in the tall grass, or posing together on the edge of the boardwalk.

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Oyster’s Treasures

April 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

20 years go by so much quicker than you’d think! Oyster Magazine hits a major milestone with their latest issue and celebrates by launching their biggest edition to date filled from cover to cover with exciting new editorial from fashion and art’s most influential names. For Oyster hitting the big 2-0 means revisiting some of their favorite personalities from all arenas of culture and giving contributors like Ryan McGinley,  Jeff Bark, Petra Collins, Neil Gamain and Tim Barber the freedom to express their creativity. On the cover the irrepressible Charlotte Free shines in Chanel Haute Couture in a striking shot by Bark, while Devon Windsor looks sleek in Saint Laurent Paris in a black and white shot also by Bark. Inside you’ll find a wealth of fresh content editorial content centered around the theme of showing it all – whether that means getting undressed or simply baring your soul.

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Charlotte Free by Jeff Bark


Petra Collins shot by Ryan McGinley


Mike Bailey-Gates and Claire Christerson shot by Petra Collins, styled by Zara Mirkin


Nastya Sten shot by Jeff Bark, styled by Sasha Kelly


Meghan Collison by Bjarne Jonasson, styled by Clare Byrne


Rose Bertram shot by Tyler, The Creator and Brick Stowell


‘Gimme the Loot!’ shot by Asger Carlsen, styled by Megha Kapoor


Louis Mayhew shot by Andre Herrero


Stoya shot by Tim Barber, styled by Zara Mirkin


Ali Michael shot by Petra Collins, styled by Alexandra Horton


Anais Pouliot shot by Michael Hauptman, styled by Stella Greenspan


Devon Windsor by Jeff Bark, styled by Sasha Kelly

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Endless Summer

April 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Last fall, while the rest of the world was settling in for winter, Self Service hit the L.A. coastline for a glimpse into Summer 2014. Soaking up 48 hours of sun and surf, Anna Ewers and Kirsty Hume strike a perfect pair of beach blondes in this carefree California editorial, photographed by Glen Luchford (Art Partner). Anna and Kirsty join up with a band of surfer dudes, catch a few waves, and laze on the shore, all the while sporting spring’s most enviable fashions styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner). Like any beach weekend, Anna and Kirsty’s jaunt isn’t without its hijinks; after swapping Prada and Proenza Schouler for a wetsuit, Anna goes rogue, paddling out in full Chanel.

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Toy Story

March 26th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Tim Walker brings boundless creativity to the pages of W Magazine, with a spirited couture story that transforms models into living dolls straight out of the toy chest. Edward Enninful provides a treasure trove of spring couture looks selecting the very best from Schiaparelli, Dior, Chanel and Valentino then mixing them with pieces from National Theatre Costume and jewels from Buccellati and Harry Winston. The combination makes for an fairytale mix that seems fit for a Broadway production or fantastical film. The appealing cast of Nastya StenMalaika Firth, Natalie WestlingOla RudnickaEsmerelda Seay ReynoldsRiley MontanaLaura O’GradyJake Love and Sang Woo Kim add to the story’s beauty bringing their fresh faces and a bouyant youthful spirit to Walker’s images.

See the full ‘Babes in Toyland’ story on W




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Cover Confidential

March 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Feburary and March are big business for fashion magazines with glossies often debuting some of their best and brightest content during these months focused on spring collections, renewal and change. Take a look back at some of the most interesting covers from the boundlessly creative, to the simply beautiful.


Antidote Magazine‘s romance issue boasted multiple covers by Cuneyt Akeroglu featuring some of the world’s most beautiful women. United by their simple yet effective photography and their chic take on the magazine’s pristine subjects these covers were something special.

As one of fashion’s coolest faces Leona Binx Walton is typically photographed looking grungy, avant garde or off-kilter. Her Self Service cover with it’s effective beauty statement and clean layout showed another side. Collier Schorr portrait brings out Binx’s beauty, while maintaining her character.



There are few actresses as effervescent as Marion Cotillard and Interview Magazine‘s March cover captured the La Vie En Rose star’s elegant side with a shot by Craig McDean that positively crackles with good ol’ fashioned glamour. Styled by Karl Templer with makeup by Christophe Danchaud and a 40s coif by Sam McKnight the image strikes the right balance between retro film siren and modern glamour – as does the accompanying fashion story. 

On the flip side, Dazed & Confused‘s rough and tumble cover of Scarlett Johansson finds the star’s inner bad girl and brings it to the forefront with a vibrant shot by Benjamin Alexander Huseby . The combo of red background and Saint Laurent biker jacket and Scar-Jo’s glare makes for an appealing contrast to the typical smiling celebrity glamour shot.



You can’t go wrong with a picture of Daria Werbowy and The Last Magazine served up an epic large format image the superstar looking foreboding for it’s spring issue –  Mikael Jansson‘s in your face shot captures Werbowy at her rawest and best.

The Gentlewoman always errs on the side of minimalism, but the pulpy red cover of Vivienne Westwood by Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner) was the perfect merger of timelessness and modernity.



Nick Knight‘s trippy photography has always struck a chord with surrealists and on the cover of GARAGE‘s spring/summer edition he twists and morphs Karlie Kloss and Cara Delevingne into unbidden creatures designs that were eventually tattooed onto the skin of Garage readers – how’s that for taking things to the next level.

E.T. got a fashion makeover with Lindsey Wixson taking over the frontpage of CR Fashion Book with an expressive Sebastian Faena image that puts Wixson’s otherworldly visage to good use with a sweet nod to an 80s favorite.



Karl Lagerfeld’s watercolor inspired spring Chanel collection has proved a hit with editors, in addition to appearing in the pages of just about every magazine imaginable his paint by numbers dresses found themselves on a variety of covers in March, most notably Vogue China, where two of the designer’s creations took center stage.


Ph. Mario Testino for Vogue China | Ph. Marc de Groot for Vogue Netherlands | Ph. Nat Prakobsantisuk for Vogue Thailand

Not one to be outdone, Miuccia Prada also made a strong showing this March (and April) with a variety of painterly spring looks from her collections showing up on the cover of several different magazines.


Ph. Cuneyt Akeroglu for Vogue Spain | Emma Summerton for Vogue Australia | Mario Testino for British Vogue | Elle Greece | Thomas Whiteside for Elle UK | Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan 

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March 19th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Luigi + Iango.
Patti Wilson.
Vogue Germany.

Couture comes to life in all its grandeur. Luigi + Iango shoot and Wilson styles pulling from the best of Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana‘s couture collections. Auguste Abeliunaite, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Maja Salamon, Irina Kravchenko, Nastya Kusakina, Codie Young, Meghan Collison, Xiao Wen Ju Holly Rose Emery, Sophie Touchet, Steffi Soede star in this thrilling tribute to fashion artistry opulent enough for Marie Antoinette herself.

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Hey, Big Spender!

March 14th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Whetting your envy for retail therapy, British Vogue’s April issue follows a bevy of fresh faces as they embark upon a shopping fantasy along Paris’ storied Avenue Montaigne. Nigel Shafran shoots 9 rising girls—Estella Brons, Binx Walton, and Olympia Campbell among them—as they set to popping tags at fashion’s biggest brands, including Céline, Louis Vuitton, and Alaia. Snapping each girl at a different stage of the shopping ritual, the series finds Natalie Westling at David Chipperfield’s Valentino boutique and Ine Neefs hilariously praying before the window at Chanel. Though Irina Liss and Elodia Prieto are the only girls seen leaving stores with bags in tow, we can’t pity the others; styled by Joe McKenna, every girl, from Harleth Kuusik to Alewya Demmisse, looks like she owns the place. / See the full story on MAP






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Beauty & the Beast

February 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

A tale as old as time! Beautiful young woman, a ravenous beast and Karl Lagerfeld? Continuing with their theme of fairytales CR Fashion Book unleashes another modern take on a classic story with Kate Upton and Marlon Teixeira re-imagining Beauty & the Beast with a luxury twist. Karl shoots and Kate dons an assortment of sensual looks complete with Agent Provocateur lingerie and a touch of Chanel joaillerie for good measure. Though it’s hard to see anything even remotely off-putting about a Givenchy clad Marlon Teixeira, the story provides the right mix of fantasy and fashion.

For more from Issue no. 4, check out CR Fashion




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