May 19th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

032C’s summer 2015 issue dubbed “What We Believe” features two equally dynamic and expressive covers. On one, Anja Rubik balletically sprawls out in front of creative movement director Stephen Galloway, also known as “The Model Whisperer”. The editorial, photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin also features Cora Emmanuel looking like perfection incarnate. With Stephen present it’s no coincidence the images are full of poise. For cover number two, voguing singer FKA Twigs works it for Juergen Teller channeling the grandfather of vogue-ing, Willi Ninja, for the spread. Those concept cues are brought into full effect with styling by Karen Clarkson and an above-the-lip liner by Naoko Scintu. You can find the issue available now on their site.


Images courtesy of 032C


Stephen Galloway, Anja Rubik and Cora Emmanuel by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Hair by Hay,
Make-up by Wendy Rowe (Tim Howard Management)

FKA Twigs by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management), Styling by Karen Clarkson, Makeup by Naoko Scintu, Hair by Soichi Inagaki

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Hunger Games

February 20th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

With Rankin (Camilla Lowther Management) shooting you can always expect The Hunger Magazine‘s covers to be exciting and different from the norm. Issue 8 hits newsstands with the playful tagline “we’ve got issues” and delves into the realities behind fashion’s glossy presentation. Cover stars Cora Emmanuel, Mae Lapres, Yumi Lambert, Charlotte Kay deliver expressive poses laughing, screaming and dancing as they sport looks from Chanel, Dior,Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu. The girls bring a cheerful exuberance to their photos, but superstar Erin O’Connor provides the gravitas in her stately black & white portrait. Sporting an oversized hat and some angular eyeliner Erin looks better than ever.

Take a look inside Hunger #8 on


Cora Emmanuel


Mae Lapres


Yumi Lambert


Charlotte Kay


Erin O’Connor

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November 5th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion and art intersect in Anthony Maule‘s striking story for CR Fashion Book . Using the theme of “divine idols of adoration and adornment” Maule crafts a compelling story filled with nods to art history (note the Frida Kahlo & Caravaggio references) and truly arresting imagery. Cora Emmanuel,Malaika FirthLinn ArvidssonMaria Borges and Senait Gidey play characters who run the gamut from serene to startling and fashion’s queen of darkness Michele Lamy gets in on the fun for a memorable shot. Carine Roitfeld pulls out all the stops with styling, mixing and layering designer looks until they’re a seamless part of the story.





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Antidote Exhibition

October 11th, 2013 |Posted by

The talented Victor Demarchelier (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) shoots an impressive cover model line up for Antidote Magazine’s latest release. The French publication’s fall/winter 2013/14 issue offers eight flawless covers, featuring Karlie Kloss, Constance Jablonski, Malgosia Bela, Nadja Bender, Marie Piovesan, Liu Wen, Kasia Struss, and Karlina Caune, styled by creative director Yann Weber. If you’re in NYC, they’re also launching an exhibition of Demarchelier’s photos for this issue at Clic Gallery’s Soho location running from October 21-November 10, which we have an exclusive preview of below. For more from Antidote, preorder a copy of the issue right here. To see all 8 covers, click here.

Text by Victoria Perillo





Marie Piovesan

Kasia Struss

Kendra Spears

Malgosia Bela

Toni Garrn

Mirte Maas

Karlie Kloss

Cora Emmanuel

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Campaign Confidential

July 6th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The ads keep on coming, check out a few more of our faves from the season – take a look back at our previous campaign favorites post too.


While we can’t imagine either Nicolas Ghesquière or Steven Meisel spending a lazy weekend at the shore, the Balenciaga campaign is set in such an idyll. Fresh faces Anniek KortleveLinn ArvidssonHirschy HirschfelderJulier BuggeJuliet Ingleby and Rosie Tapner lay out on the dunes in those eccentric looks from F/W.


Simple, clean and led by a stellar cast, Chanel’s fresh ads feature Kati Nescher, Lindsey Wixson & Cora Emmanuel as styled by Carine Roitfeld. Naturally, Karl Lagerfeld is behind the camera – which depending on your perspective you either love or hate, that said the casting on this is flaw free.

Dolce & Gabbana

A taste of Italian nostalgia shot by Giampaolo Sgura and featuring Monica Bellucci, Bianca Balti and Bianca Brandolini – each image feels like a still from a Pasolini film.


Valentino once again gives us a vision of pure class from the iconic Deborah Turbeville. Elegantly color coordinated looks on Jac JagaciakCaroline Brasch Nielsen and Frida Gustavsson – what’s not to love?


When you have Joan Smalls and Karl Lagerfeld you don’t really need much else. With the natural setting and powerful poses, this new ads remind us a bit of Anja Rubik‘s S/S 10 ads for the luxe line. 

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Super Bass

December 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion has always followed its own beat and V Magazine first ever Music issue (on stands January 12th) pays tribute to the dynamic influence of trend setting performers through the ages. Inside V75 Sebastian Faena and Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele explore the relationship between hip hop & high fashion in an outlandish editorial. Credited as the very first editor to embrace urban culture (Carlyne brought the look to the pages of Vogue Italia way back in 1990) Carlyne has a long history of taking looks off the street and translating them for the editorial pages. Cerf De Dudzeele tells V “I love girls that men want to follow in the street—glamorous, sexy, powerful. You’re born with it, it’s not something you learn. I have always been obsessed by hip-hop. L’attitude is always right.”

In Faena’s story she dresses Anais MaliCora EmmanuelRob Evans, Travone Hill and Chrishell Stubbs in looks that scream 90s-early 00s excess. Baggy pants, fanny packs and all the gold jewelry you handle. If we had to point to music references, we see little vintage Diddy, a whole lot of Lil Kim and a hint of Foxy Brown.

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