The Art of Fashion

March 3rd, 2016 |Posted by models.com

Neiman Marcus releases its Spring 2016 advertising campaign for the “Art of Fashion” series, photographed by Yvan Fabing, starring Xiao Wen Ju frolicking in Etro, Saint Laurent, Chloe among other luxury brands. Worlds of wonder and madness come together producing explosive choreography that sends high fashion even higher. Breaking the rules is well within Fabing’s reach with his history of experimenting with motion. Dolled-up by hairstylist Peter Gray and makeup artist Georgi Sandev, Xiao Wen, our new Industry Icon, quakes with youth and vitality making her this season’s muse of the high end retailer.

Photographer Yvan Fabing | Stylist – Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York) | Hair Stylist – Peter Gray (Home Agency)| Makeup Artist – Georgi Sandev (Streeters New York)

Text by Derrick Gaitér

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Chloé Travels South for Spring ’16

January 7th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Chloe‘s sets its Spring/Summer 2016 campaign in “The Paris of South America” traveling to vibrant Buenos Aires. Lensed by Theo Wenner who captures the rich magic of the city, the images return models  Antonina Petkovic and  Ilvie Wittek, while newcomers Celine Bouly and Ari Westphal make their campaign debut. It’s a spirited and romantic take on creative director Clare Waight Keller‘s designs–a combination of delicate ombré dresses, silk and lace pieces and flowing silhouettes that pair well with Wenner’s naturally dynamic eye. That energy is imbued into the campaign’s DNA, cinematically lit with the golden hour sun and easygoing posing. The results certainly inspire wanderlust with warmer weather in mind as the temperatures begin to drop.

Celine Bouly, Ari Westphal, Antonina Petkovic and Ilvie Wittek by Theo Wenner (Art Partner)

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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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Pre-Fall Girls

December 19th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As a season between seasons it’s easy to overlook the importance of pre-fall, but the mini-season is full of lookbooks, presentations and the occasional high profile show. When it comes to casting certain models have been clearly dominating the field with multiple appearances in designer pre-fall lookbooks, which can often serve as foreshadowing for campaigns and other lucrative work with the team behind the scenes. Take a look at which girls are doing well this pre-fall and the myriad of ways designers put their versatile beauty to good use.

JULIANA SCHURIG
PREFALL LOOKBOOKS : Burberry Prorsum, Chloe, Diesel, Elizabeth and James & J. Mendel
Photos by Billy Ballard

As one of fashion’s in demand cool girls, Juliana has been appearing everywhere this pre-fall. Brands like Diesel and Elizabeth & James don’t share a link with Chloe & Burberry on the surface, but Juliana’s appearances in imagery for each of those lines shows her ability to add a touch of chic to high & low end looks.

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MIJO MIHALJCIC

PREFALL LOOKBOOKS – Prabal Gurung, Thakoon & Sachin & Babi

We’re not sure why designers have been swathing Mijo in layers of print and pattern this season, but so far we’re loving it – she has a way of making even the most unusual combinations look easy & wearable.

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KAT HESSEN

PREFALL LOOKBOOKS – Derek Lam 10 Crosby, Hugo Boss & Chloe

Luxury with an edge, much like her selective show seasons Kat’s pre-fall lineup is well edited and enviably high profile. Each line is different but they’re united by their low key take on luxury. Kat wears each piece like a second skin and adds an inimitable poise to all her shots.

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ISSA LISH

PREFALL LOOKBOOKS – Opening Ceremony, Prabal Gurung & Creatures of the Wind

As one of the year’s rising stars the captivating Issa lends her look to labels with an innate cool. Prabal, Opening Ceremony & Creatures of the Wind all boast a trend conscious clientele and cult-followings with fashion editors – making them exactly the kinds of labels Issa might wear during her off time.

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SANNE VLOET

PREFALL LOOKBOOKS – Bottega Veneta, Jason Wu & Donna Karan

Only the best for Sanne! The gorgeous Ms. Vloet is becoming a favorite of ultra-luxury labels with a ladylike touch Donna Karan, Bottega and Jason Wu share an feminine ethos and a refined model.

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MINA CVETKOVIC

PREFALL LOOKBOOKS – Maiyet, Jason Wu, Oscar de la Renta & KLS

As a consistent and reliable presence on the runway and in editorials Mina never fails to make clothes look amazing, perhaps that’s why she’s gotten some of the season’s more glamorous looks with labels from Oscar de la Renta, Jason Wu and Maiyet.

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Chloe Hits the Road

August 1st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

For fall Chloe heads upstate to Harriman, New York for a designer roadtrip shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, who put their style to good use creating an atmospheric campaign with the energy and sun-drenched cinematography of a feature film. Sasha Pivovarova and Andreea Diaconu are the heroines of this piece and they cruise through the deserted streets clad in Baylee bags, chunky furs and the seventies style girlish pieces that are Chloe’s bread & butter. The duo makes for the perfect pair of Chloe girls and the dreamy vibe of the video fits creative director, Clare Waight Keller’s vision completely.

“As with the collection, I wanted to create this sense of mystery, something strange and a little bit wild. I liked the idea of two girls escaping, moving forward. There’s a real beauty in the idea of chasing something hopeful.” – Clare Waight Keller, Chloé Creative Director

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Serene Escape

June 16th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

It may be winter down under, but Will Davidson creates a tropical fantasy for the new issue of Vogue Australia. Amanda Wellsh plays the part of elegant castaway in a selection of looks chosen by Christine Centenera. Heading off he beaten path in Dior and Chloe might not be practical in real life, but the cinematic scope of Davidson’s imagery makes the concept seem ideal. Even when grasping a walking stick, or wading through the ocean waves on the back of a horse Amanda never loses her glamorous edge.

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Campaign Trail

January 6th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

PRADA

The gang is all here! Miuccia Prada’s artistic spring collection comes to life in vivid images by Steven Meisel. Catwalkers Amanda MurphyAnna EwersAshleigh GoodCindy BrunaGracie Van GastelJulia BergshoeffLexi BolingLieke Van HoutenMagdalena JasekMaggie JablonskiMaja SalamonMalaika FirthNastya StenOla RudnickaOphelie GuillermandSabrina Ioffreda & Viktor Van Pelt  share space in colorful campaign but the clothes steal the show. The painted faces that made the collection so memorable are in full effect in the accessories shot and Miuccia’s ladylike shapes make the cast of newcomers look gorgeous.

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CHANEL

Lindsey Wixson and Sasha Luss strike a pose for Karl Lagerfeld‘s lens and add a touch of cool to the eclectic Chanel spring collection. Sporting rainbow colors, oversized pearl baubles and a plethora of handbags Lindsey & Sasha are technicolor muses worthy of Chanel’s vibrant, painterly collection.

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GUCCI

Gucci’s boudoir ready spring collection gets a suitably sensual campaign by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner). Sultry rising stars Amanda Wellsh and Elisabeth Erm pose against a crimson backdrop in sequined pieces by Frida Gianinni, while Tommaso de Benedictis takes center stage in the equally sleek menswear ads.

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CHLOE

It’s been a few seasons since Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin helmed the Chloe campaign, but the duo doesn’t miss a beat. With Lou Doillon and Julia Stegner front and center in summery images filled with floaty minidresses and espadrilles, Inez and Vinoodh perfectly capture the laid back look & feel that defines Chloe.

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Abstraction

December 17th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Sebastian Kim and Katie Mossman get abstract for Vogue Germany with a wild fashion story that looks to art for inspiration. From Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings to Willem de Kooning’s abstract figures, the editorial takes on abstract expressionism’s masters with a series of elegantly styled portraits starring Drake Burnette. The impressive set design by Kadu Lennox and the creative selection of painterly pieces from the season’s collections – including PradaChloe and Altuzarra – take this colorful story to that next level. See the full story at Management Artists GermanVogueDrake1 GermanVogueDrake2 GermanVogueDrake3 GermanVogueDrake4

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