Back to the 80’s

December 10th, 2013 |Posted by victoria

It’s quite obvious where the vision behind this shoot for GQ China came from- after all, who doesn’t love a good 80’s movie? Though photographed on location in current day Brooklyn by Blair Getz Mezibov; models Cole Mohr, Edward Wilding, Matt Mcglone, Paolo AnchisiRyan Kennedy, and Anna Schilling are seemingly transported three decades back in their Risky Business/Pretty in Pink/Sixteen Candles inspired looks styled by Luke Day. Go back to the 80’s below and yes that IS a Delorean in the last shot.

Photography: Blair Getz Mezibov | Styling: Luke Day | Hair: Kenshin Asano| Makeup: Souhi | Production: Clarissa Morales | Casting: Edward Kim

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On the Town

July 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Great things are afoot again at W Magazine. Check out Alasdair McLellan‘s gorgeous look at the fall collections as selected by W’s newly minted fashion director Edward Enninful. Featuring pouty two-some Lindsey Wixson & Daphne Groeneveld alongside it-boys Ollie Edwards, Yuri Pleskun, Simon Nessman & Cole Mohr, the story provides an engaging look at New York’s style – uptown and down.

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Wilderness Retreat

June 7th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Steven Meisel and Marie-Amelie Sauve take readers into dystopian territory with a daring editorial for Vogue Italia. Eva Herzigova, Tanga Moreau, Cole Mohr, Yuri Pleskun, Will Lewis, Eliza Cummings, Berthold Rothas and Valerija Kelava, star as a set of wilderness survivalists dressed for a worst case scenario. The engaging story presents a unique take on pre-fall’s luxury, with some of the most exquisite designer clothes styled to look like tattered rags, Marie-Amelie’s talent as a stylist is once again on display and so is Pat McGrath‘s skill with a makeup brush. Meisel’s versatility shines through as well; think of how different this is from last month’s VI glamour fest.

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Image Credit | Scans by The Fashionisto

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Bits & Bytes: Model Love

May 17th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

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An all modeling Bits & Bytes: Cole Mohr at the Belvedere special event. Photo Marques for models.com

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Michelle Alves is back after having baby #2 looking amazing. (Ph: Jonathan Leder, image courtesy of Elite). (see more polaroids here)

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Another reason to love Natalia Vodianova. Behind that angel face is the heart of a warrior, determined to do as much as she can to help the children of the world through the power of her beauty. Here’s her new project, Bugaboo Red which helps pregnant women with HIV. “These days, if you don’t take a socially responsible position, you’re out of the club,” says Natalia. We couldn’t agree more!

Congratulations Lara Stone and David Walliams! We are so happy for Lara who got married this weekend in a gorgeous dress by Riccardo Tisci. Check out some pics of friends on British Vogue who include Tom Ford and Jefferson Hack.

In case you haven’t heard, Liya Kebede won a big award at Cannes for her role in Desert Flower.

Tyson Beckford interviewed by Forbes: looking older but still beautiful.

WWD catches up with Eileen Ford, who most certainly has quite a unique perspective on the modeling industry, having pretty much invented it.

Michelle Lee, casting director extraordinaire talks to WWD about the casting process and her favorite new faces of the season.

On a sombre note, Jezebel looks at the terribly sad trend of model suicides, in the wake of Noemie Lenoir‘s suicide attempt. Look for our upcoming special interview with a top model about this topic.

Take a look at Gisele when she started out. House of Models has 2 pics side by side of Gisele 15 years ago and Gisele now. Still drop dead gorgeous!

Remember the beautiful Gail Elliott from the 90s? Frockwriter reviews her Little Joe line which appeared for the first time at the Sydney shows.

The uniquely stunning Eve Salvail is interviewed by Ponyryder.

Check out these adorable new faces videos from Folio in Canada. Shows that simple is sometimes so much better.

Don’t all you models wish you had a fan like this?

“The perfect example of having a lot of money to spend but not knowing what to do with it.” OUCH!

Model Hildie G is one of Paul Rowland’s new fabulous faces for Ford. She may be the antithesis of what Eileen Ford would have liked.

Speaking of Ford, how cute is the new V Man/Ford Model contest winner, Michael Wozniak in this video by Ford?

For those who missed it the first time, here is Imogen Morris-Clarke‘s blog post about what all her model friends wanted to be when they grew up.

Ali Stephens talks about a cause near and dear to her heart, the oceans.

Oskar Tranum and Jakob Hybholt both up for top male Danish model (see pic); Jakob wins this year. Amanda Norgaard wins the women’s award. Congrats Jakob and Amanda! (Image courtesy of NY Models for Jakob)

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The London Way

March 17th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

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d1 Models London dominates the new GQ Style with 5 young men including brand new face Harrison Cooter. The Cambridge University student’s debut job? The beautiful cover by Chad Pitman. Inside, perennial personalities Cole Mohr, Jethro Cave and Luke Worrall cavort on the beach in Chad’s dreamy editorial also by uberstylist David Bradshaw. Fascinating to see the famous McQueen lobster shoes in a natural environment. Certainly gets you ready for spring doesn’t it?

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Cover from tFS, all other pics courtesy of d1. (coming up in Feed, David Agbodji’s story by Brett Lloyd)

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Raw Cole

March 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Cole Mohr isn’t afraid of taking risks, his editorials are always pushing boundaries and exploring intriguing subject matter. Tush takes Cole behind bars for the most glam prison editorial, possibly ever – Armin Morbach shoots as Cole primps and poses in a jail cell, while Cole is unlikely to find himself behind bars, he manages to make the simple story fun and edgy.

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Look Again

April 22nd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Lean, tattooed, youthful and edgy – these are the hallmarks of the current male model look, a look personified by boys like Ash Stymest, Luke Worrall Josh Beech, George Barnett and Cole Mohr. Arena Homme + pays tribute to male modeling’s resident rebels via a series of serene blue shots by Alasdair McLellan. Considering the nearly indistinguishable portraits one has to wonder – with so many boys sporting the tats and attitude has the look reached critical mass?

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Double Your Pleasure

January 22nd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Inspired casting can spell the difference between a good campaign and a great one. For Costume National the Natasa Vojnovic and Cole Mohr join forces for a moody series of Glen Luchford shots, Natasa brings her trademark posing prowess while Cole adds a hint of rock & roll cool. Seperately both stars are dynamic but together they light up the frame.

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