First Look: Document Journal

October 1st, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

In the latest volume of Document Journal, stylist Olivier Rizzo delivers his magic touch, guest editing the magazine into a full on fashion folio with some of photography’s brightest stars and a who’s who cast of intriguing lens-worthy faces. The twelve, Rizzo-styled covers give a swatch sized glimpse into the accompanying editorials by Jamie HawkesworthCraig McDean, Wolfgang TillmansHarley WeirAlasdair McLellan and a whopping 7 by Willy Vanderperre. Editors Nick Vogelson & James Valeri‘s issue preface introduces Rizzo’s significance by saying, “His ingrained devotion to beauty— unconventional, sometimes ugly, and at times simple—led us to him, and him to us, as Document’s guest editor for this issue.” Inside, the exhaustive Vanderperre stories put on display his singularly cool perspective, while other majorly aesthetic imaginings, like Gareth McConnell‘s low-fi, hyper pop pictures or McDean’s fine-tuned shots of Lexi Boling, give another take on what’s current. Take an exclusive first look into the encompassing Olivier Rizzo edited issue with all 12 covers.

Images courtesy of Document Journal















By Harley Weir (Art Partner) / Hair by Guido Palau (Art + Commerce)



Eliina, Miikael, Erik at M Models by Jamie Hawkesworth / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce)



Harleth Kuusik by Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Lynsey Alexander (Streeters London) / Manicurist Lyndsay McIntosh (Premier Hair and Make-Up) / Casting Madeleine Østlie



Lexi Boling by Craig McDean (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Jimmy Paul / Makeup Hannah Murray (Art + Commerce) / Manicurist Elle




Liam Gardner, Hayett McCarthy and Poppy Okotcha by Gareth McConnell / Stylist James Valeri (Home Agency) / Hair Chi Wong / Makeup Kirstin Piggott (New York: Julian Watson Agency NY, London: Julian Watson Agency London) & Pep Gay (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York)



Rianne van Rompaey  by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce) / Casting Director Ashley Brokaw



Julia Nobis  by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce) / Casting Director Ashley Brokaw



Greta Varlese  by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce) / Casting Director Ashley Brokaw



Finnlay Davis & Alice Metza by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Olivier Rizzo / Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) / Makeup Peter Philips (Art + Commerce) / Casting Director Ashley Brokaw



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Miuccia’s World

June 19th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

One can imagine Miuccia Prada’s world “for the slightly disenfranchised” is filled with characters of an uncanny quality. In her designs there’s that murmur of jolie laide that fine-tunes weirdness and statement to resemble the regular (maybe it’s Miuccia’s mime training at work). Her fidelity to art-house actors has filled Prada and, the younger, more capricious, Miu Miu‘s campaigns regularly with a cinephile’s dream ensemble. The Italian empress has pulled from the silver screen A-list talent like James McAvoy, Dane Dehaan, Marine Vacth, and Elle Fanning for previous seasons and A/W 15 is true to form: Craig McDean lensed Scoot McNairy, Michael Shannon, and Tye Sheridan all uniformed in Prada menswear. The Miu Miu campaign photographed by Steven Meisel, entitled “Subjective Reality”, puts Maddison Brown, Hailey Gates, Mia Goth, Stacy Martin on the streets of New York City done up in Miu Miu wares. The images feature brand favorites and leads in Von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac”  Mia and Stacy. See both campaigns below.


Scoot McNairy, Michael Shannon, and Tye Sheridan by Craig McDean (Art + Commerce)


Maddison BrownHailey GatesMia GothStacy Martin by Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce), Makeup by Pat McGrath (Streeters London), Hair by Guido Palau (Art + Commerce)

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Change of Guard

June 10th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

As soon as Vanity Fair Italy previewed cover images from Vogue Italia’s “China” issue the internet was abuzz over the non-Meisel round-up of photographers– confirming the whispers that the storied lensman would longer shoot every cover. For models, having a VI cover by Steven Meisel served as a badge of honor and a telltale of imminent visibility.  Steven’s famous partiality for beautiful women and inimitable eye has forecasted and launched numerous careers. So needless to say, his absences after holding the fort since 1988 is big news.

For the the “China” issue, Vogue Italia enlisted Craig McDean, Mario Sorrenti, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and Steven Klein to help carry the weight of Meisel’s absence, shooting a cast of established Chinese beauties Fei Fei Sun, Xiao Wen JuJing Wen and newer faces like Yuan Bo Chao, Fernanda Ly and Gia Tang. Each cover bears the visual thumbprint from this league of extraordinary photographers: McDean’s romantic evocations; Sorrenti’s audacious arrangements; Mert and Marcus’ high-styled narratives and Klein’s surreal interpretations. Whether or not it’s enough to fill the void, the praise-worthy selection of models by these modern masters in celebration of China certainly stands on its own.

Fei Fei Sun by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner) / Images courtesy of Women Management (New York)


Jing WenGia Tang & Fernanda Ly by Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) / Images courtesy of Supreme Management (New York) and DNA Models (New York)


Yuan Bo Chao by Craig McDean (Art + Commerce) / Images courtesy of Next New York (New York)

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Xiao Wen Ju by Steven Klein (Art Partner) / Images courtesy of IMG (New York)

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Through the Looking Glass

April 13th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

With an aura as ethereal as the coming spring breeze, Julia Nobis poses for the latest issue of Interview Magazine and the Spring 2015 Sacai campaign, the first for the cutting edge brand (finally out in print). Here she shows her effortless range appealing to both editorial and commercial audiences with her exquisitely beautiful presence and quirkiness. Teaming up for the two projects with photographer, Craig McDean, and super-stylist, Karl Templer, has resulted in inspiring harmony.

For Interview, Nobis brings the audience through the looking-glass, however cracked and tarnished it may be, to view the latest couture fashion from John Galliano‘s first creation for Maison Martin Margiela to Valentino‘s gilded wares.




Interview Magazine
Craig McDean (Art + Commerce) – Photographer, Karl Templer (Streeters London) – Fashion Editor/Stylist, Eugene Souleiman (Streeters London) – Hair Stylist, Mark Carrasquillo (Art Partner) – Makeup Artist, Yuko Tsuchihashi – Manicurist, Julia Nobis – Model

For Sacai Spring/Summer 2015, Nobis shows that she has no trouble wearing Chitose Abe’s bold creations that have a penchant towards peculiarly blending design elements far from safe.


Sacai Spring/Summer 2015
Craig McDean (Art + Commerce) – Photographer, Karl Templer (Streeters London) – Fashion Editor/Stylist, Tomo Jidai (Streeters London) – Hair Stylist, Megumi Yamamoto – Manicurist, Julia Nobis – Model

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Spring into Season

April 7th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Tami Williams shows off her svelte figure in the new lanky, calf length skirts of the Spring season. Shot by Craig McDean and styled by Grace Coddington, Tami effortlessly adopts the modern silhouette of these runway looks with poise and charming appeal. With ruffled hems and accordion pleats, James Pecis and Aaron de Mey add their magic to the fresh evolution of the contemporary woman.

For more pick up the April issue of American Vogue on newsstands now!

Photographer Craig McDean (Art + Commerce), fashion editor Grace Coddington, hair James Pecis (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), New York: D + V Management) with makeup Aaron de Mey (Art Partner).


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December 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Craig McDean.
Edward Enninful.
Anna Ewers.
W Magazine.

A high fashion dream team unites for a daring blend of haute fashion and high art. A sprawling set piece by M/M Paris hits the streets of Paris and provides an off-kilter motif for McDean’s imagery. Anna models the season’s latest looks from Marc Jacobs, Yohji Yamamoto, Louis Vuitton and Junya Watanabe with her trademark ease, making even the most complex pieces seem effortless. This exciting blend of arresting fashion and colorful sculpture isn’t just visually appealing, it also hammers home the idea that the very best fashions are works of art.

See the full story on W




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The Halloween Edit

October 31st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion has always held Halloween in a special esteem. Of all the holidays it allows for the most outlandish changes and transformations which means it is right up fashion’s alley. As such there are countless editorials that serve to inspire a bit of seasonal cheer, or at least serve as appropriate fodder for Halloween costumes. Take a look back at 10 editorials that make us think of all-Hallows eve and share your favorite spooky or kooky fashion story in the comments.

01. Ph. Tim Walker
Publication: Harper’s Bazaar
Who better to look to on Halloween than legendary filmmaker (and master of the spooky story) Tim Burton? Bazaar’s fashion trip through Burton’s filmography is a creepy classic.


02. Ph. Jean-Francois Campos
Publication: Flair
Campos’ Nosferatu-esque zombies might not be as scary as the characters on The Walking Dead but it made for a great spooky editorial.


03. Ph. Steven Klein (Art Partner)
Publication: Candy Magazine
There are quite a few Steven Klein stories that could be considered Halloween ready, but his fantastical male pregnancy saga for Candy is probably the most outlandish.


04. Ph. Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello
Publication: Numéro
Sofia & Mauro took inspiration from Divine for this out there story that captures all the kitschy goodness of John Waters’ over the top film.


05. Ph. Steven Meisel
Publication: American Vogue
The way in which each and every model on this story took on a classic rock persona was downright inspirational – Omhyra as Prince, Karolina Kurkova as Marilyn Manson, Sophie Dahl as Debbie Harry – the work by Pat McGrathGrace Coddington and Orlando Pita on this story was nothing short of iconic.


06. Ph. Peter Lindbergh
Publication: Vogue Paris
Some of fashion’s own characters make for incredible costumes, case in point Sasha P morphing into John Galliano for Vogue Paris.


07. Ph. Thomas Lagrange (Total Management)
Publication: Vogue Japan
You can’t have a Halloween roundup without a little vampirism and LaGrange’s slick beauty story puts a chic twist on bloodsucking.


08. Ph. Steven Meisel
Publication: Vogue Italia
The inspiration for Meisel’s ‘The Discipline of Fashion’ was Ethel Granger, a woman who tightlaced for years in order to achieve a 13 inch waist! You don’t need to go that far to get into the story or the incredible, unnerving visuals.


09. Ph. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Publication: V Magazine
A before and after of epic proportions where Eniko, Anja and Raquel are transformed via the use of Paddy Hartley’s transparent face masks. The clear plastic and cutouts distort the wearers face by changing its proportions in ways that range from beautiful to grotesque.


10. Ph. Craig McDean
Publication: American Vogue
Before everyone was running out to grab their Avengers costume, Coco Rocha was playing fashion superhero in the pages of Vogue with this memorable McDean story.



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September 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle


Ph. Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner)

If your fall magazine perusal has suffered from a lack of Kate Moss never fear AnOther Magazine is here to satisfy all your Moss needs. The always on the pulse publication understands that too much Moss is never enough and no matter how many guises the supermodel wears the fashion crowd will always want more. It’s this insatiable need for Moss that has made Kate girl most wanted for two decades and on the 10th anniversary of Moss’ first appearance on AnOther’s cover the mag serves up an all-Kate special that taps into Moss’ versatility and innate cool. Alasdair McLellan (Art Partner), Willy Vanderperre (Art Partner), Collier Schorr and Craig McDean shoot four covers each showcasing a different side of Moss’ allure – take a look at the eye-catching covers and a first peek at accompanying editorials.

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Kate Moss shot and styled by Alasdair McLellan and Alister Mackie for AnOther Magazine Autumn / Winter, on sale Thursday 4th September


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Kate Moss shot and styled by Willy Vanderperre and Oliver Rizzo for AnOther Magazine Autumn / Winter, on sale Thursday 4th September.


Kate Moss shot and styled by by Collier Schorr and Katy England for AnOther Magazine Autumn / Winter, on sale Thursday 4th September.


Kate Moss shot and styled by Craig McDean and Olivier Rizzo for AnOther Magazine Autumn / Winter, on sale Thursday 4th September.

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