SSAW Muses on the Offbeat

April 5th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For its Spring Summer 2016 issue, SSAW Magazine inks its pages with the dreamy offbeat, enlisting photographers like  Nan Goldin and Sarah Moon to pitch in their visions for four very different covers. Inside and out, from the maximalist cover editorial with Lina Berg shot by Tina Barney and styled by Clare Byrne or Lea Colombo‘s minimally, moody makings, the issue has a knack for cohabiting varied visuals. See an exclusive preview of the magazine below:

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Ava McAvoy by Sarah Moon | Stylist Mauricio Nardi (Atomo Management)

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Tara St Hill  by Nan Goldin | Stylist Tara St Hill (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)

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Pontus England by Ola Rindal | Stylist Tuomas Laitinen (Atomo Management)

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Lina Berg by Tina Barney (AW Artist Management) | Stylist Clare Byrne

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Lina Berg by Tina Barney (AW Artist Management) | Stylist Clare Byrne

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By Jack Davison (Mini Title Ltd) | Stylist Delphine Danhier (rep)

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By Lea Colombo (New York: Streeters New York, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, London: Streeters London) | Make-up Thomas De Kluyver (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )

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By Hannah Moon |  Stylist Ellie Grace Cumming (Streeters London)

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By Nan Goldin | Styling Tara St Hill (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)

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By Paul Jasmin | Stylist Trevor Stones

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Ava McAvoy by Sarah Moon | Stylist Mauricio Nardi (Atomo Management)

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By Chris Vidal Tenomaa | Stylist Anna Pesonen (Atomo Management)

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By Yann Faucher | Stylist Adam Winder

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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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Fashion Meets Context in SSAW

October 30th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

SSAW Magazine‘s latest A/W issue is giving us total alternative vibes, meaning the fashion without the superfluous nonessentials. It’s a lesson in nonchalance and gritty art-meets-fashion photography. The four covers are a swath of inside aesthetics and contributors like Drew Jarrett‘s dreamy capture of Guinevere Van Seenus or Marton Perlaki‘s artful compositions of Drake Burnette. Beneath the covers, the editorials are a subsurface selection of where fashion finds context, all distinct, but all intimate. See a preview of the issue below.

 

Images courtesy of SSAW

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Lucas Jayden by Matt Lambert / Stylist Trevor Stones

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Hannah by Hannah Moon & Lotta Volkova Adam (Management + Artists)

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Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett (Society MGMT) / Stylist Clare Byrne

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Drake Burnette by Marton Perlaki / Stylist Delphine Danhier (rep)

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Jacob and Tom by Eloise Parry / Stylist Benjamin Kirchhoff (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) / Hair Teiji Utsumi (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Makeup Nobuko Maekawa

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Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett (Society MGMT) / Stylist Clare Byrne  / Hair Cecilia Romero / Makeup Lucia Pieroni (London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York)

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Yana by Ronald Stoops / Makeup Inge Grognard (Jed Root)

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Sebastian, Kameron and James by Yann Faucher / Styling Adam Winder / Hair Kiyoko Odo / Makeup Naomi T. Dakuzaku

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Senne by Osma Harvilahti / Styling Tuomas Laitinen (Atomo Management) / Hair Nina Olivet / Makeup Tiina Roivainen

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Lucas Jayden by Matt Lambert / Stylist Trevor Stones

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Drake Burnette by Marton Perlaki / Stylist Delphine Danhier (rep) / Hair Tamas Tuzes / Makeup Yumi Lee

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Reuben and Sam by Marlene Marino / Stylist Ellie Grace Cumming (Streeters London)

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High Noon

May 4th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Noon Magazine’s third issue keeps the British biannual on its artistic tracks, not veering far from unwonted imagery and graphically inspired editorials. Zoe Ghertner shoots the poignant cover photo with bright emerald green eyes staring fixedly outward. Charlie Engman returns to his enigmatic flavor of visuals, this time juxtaposing internet search results with his frequently photographed muse–and mom. Top newcomer Bhumika Arora poses for Mel Bles in a reflective and multifaceted editorial styled by Lyson MarchessaultBrett Lloyd and stylist Jack Borkett tune into what’s feeling modern in a minimal fashion story. Here’s an exclusive preview of the issue:

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Mom by Charlie Engman, Styling by Clare Byrne


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Bhumika Arora by Mel Bles (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), styling by Lyson Marchessault (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


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Martha, Finnlay & Gary by Brett Lloyd (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), Styling by Jack Borkett, Hair by Teiji Utsumi, Makeup by Nami Yoshida


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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.

For even more Oyster be sure to visit OysterMag.com

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Charlotte Free by Jeff Bark

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Petra Collins shot by Ryan McGinley

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

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Nastya Sten shot by Jeff Bark, styled by Sasha Kelly

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Meghan Collison by Bjarne Jonasson, styled by Clare Byrne

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Rose Bertram shot by Tyler, The Creator and Brick Stowell

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

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Louis Mayhew shot by Andre Herrero

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Stoya shot by Tim Barber, styled by Zara Mirkin

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Ali Michael shot by Petra Collins, styled by Alexandra Horton

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Anais Pouliot shot by Michael Hauptman, styled by Stella Greenspan

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Devon Windsor by Jeff Bark, styled by Sasha Kelly

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First Look: Rika Magazine 10

March 11th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Rika Magazine has earned quite a reputation for generosity in unique content. In celebration of its 10th edition, the Amsterdam-based magazine has brought us 10 top models, each with her own standout cover (plus a bonus 11th surprise cover). Showcasing Meghan CollisonSaskia de BrauwZuzanna Bijoch,Arizona MuseCatherine McNeil, Liu Wen, Lindsey Wixson, Marie Piovesan, and Sigrid Agren  each with her own one-two punch of personality and presence. With the accompanying editorials set to emerge this teaser isn’t even half of what Rika #10 has in store. Bring on spring abundance.

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Catherine McNeil by Driu & Tiago, styling by Katie Burnett

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Arizona Muse by Jesse John Jenkins, Rebecca Corbin-Murray (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )

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Constance Jablonskii by Laurence Ellis (Visual Artist UK ), styling by Toby Grimditch

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Lindsey Wixson by Joachim Johnson, styling by Heathermary Jackson

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Meghan Collison by Jen Carey, styling by Katie Burnett

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Liu Wen by Joachim Mueller Ruchholtz (Visual Artist UK ), styling by Clare Byrne

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Marie Piovesan by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), styling by Alexandra Carl

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Saskia de Brauw by Duy Quoc Vo, styling by Alexandra Carl

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Sigrid Agren by Horst Diekgerdes (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management, Berlin: Shotview Photographers Management), styling by Anna Schiffel (Shotview Photographers Management)

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Zuzanna Bijoch by Jens Langkjaer, styling by Camilla Pole

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Unexpected Pleasures

January 22nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Interview Germany continues its tradition of excellence with two new fashion stories that go for the unexpected. Cover star Lindsey Wixson turns in a stellar performance in Sebastian Faena‘s sensual story inspired by the films of Rainer Werner Fassbinder and filled with the same thrilling, avant-garde energy as his work (with set design by Jesse Kaufmann). Julia von Boehm styles Wixson and Jon Kortajarena in dramatic looks that echo the decadent costumes of movies like Lola. 

Charlotte Wales and Clare Byrne provide a different kind of surprise with a spirited denim editorial focused on the very best in blue jeans. The fresh-faced cast was culled directly from New York high schools, providing a unique change of pace and a distinctive set of teen beauties.

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Raw Oyster

September 16th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Oyster Magazine has always looked towards the unexpected in fashion, but with its latest issue the magazine offers up a raw take on the fashionable moments beyond the internet. With #103: The Hang Out In Real Life Issue, Oyster takes it to the streets to capture the new reality of youth culture, enlisting music stars Frank Ocean and Iggy Azelea in the process and capturing the nuances of what is relevant now. Sartorially that means new editorials from Skye Parrott, Alex Olsen, Cara Stricker and Gadir Rajab featuring an ultra-cool cast including Chloe Norgaard, Jeneil Williams and Hirschy Hirschfelder.

For more on the Hang Out In Real Life issue check out OysterMag.com

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Chloe Norgaard, shot by Michael Hauptman, styled by Sasha Kelly

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Emma Balfour, shot by Rene Vaile, styled by Megha Kapoor

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Jeneil Williams, shot by Skye Parrott, styled by Clare Byrne

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‘Trash & Treasure’, shot by Alex Olson, styled by Stevie Dance

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Reuben Ramacher, shot by Rene Vaile, styled by Megha Kapoor

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Hirschy, shot by Gadir Rajab, styled by Megha Kapoor

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Ali Michael, shot by Tim Barber, styled by Zara Mirkin

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Frank Ocean Shot by Nabil, Styled by Rita Zebdi

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Iggy Azalea, Shot by Nabil, Styled by Britt McCamey

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