Magazine Antidote’s Pick of the Bunch

September 23rd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For their F/W 2015 “Celebration” issue Magazine Antidote enlisted the A-team to lens their multiple covers tributing the five year anniversary of the biannual.  Collaborators that showed up to the party were the likes of  Hans Feurer to Victor Demarchelier and more, all collectively lending their beautiful visions. Fronting the nine covers are an elite pick of the bunch–industry staples like Guinevere Van Seenus and Catherine McNeil to rising stars such as Amilna Estevao to Anna Cleveland. See the array of alternate covers each with their own perspective:


Guinevere Van Seenus by Miguel Reveriego
Anna Cleveland by Giampaolo Sgura
Catherine McNeil by Jan Welters (Chris Boals Artists CBA)
Amilna Estevao by Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists)
Lindsey Wixson by Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists)
Arther Gosse by Cuneyt Akeroglu
Tiana Tolstoi and Sora Choi by Txema Yeste
Jamilla Hoogenboom by Thomas Lagrange (New York: Total Management)

Hana Jirickova by Hans Feurer (AW Artist Management)

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Seeing Stars

April 21st, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

It may be a mere coincidence but hopefully it’s something more positive- 4 eye-catching covers with some of our favorite black models of today. A shift is indeed rising: Joan Smalls on the cover of Lucky Magazine (normally reserved for celebrities), Binx Walton fronting Vogue Espana, Aya Jones gracing Numéro and Liya Kebede returning once again for a Vogue Paris cover (and the first black model on the cover since 2010’s issue with then new face, Rose Cordero). At any rate, we feel it’s a fantastic step in the right direction. With the return of models commandeering the covers of the major fashion glossies in the past year, we really hope that these four covers are but the beginning of this trend of including beauties of all colors.

Liya Kebede by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for Vogue Paris

Joan Smalls by Miguel Reveriego (Camilla Lowther Management) for Lucky Magazine

Binx Walton by Nico (New York: ArtList NY, Berlin: Shotview Photographers Management, Paris: ArtList Paris) for Vogue Espana

Aya Jones by Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) for Numero

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October 9th, 2014 |Posted by

Photos by Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) courtesy of Garage Magazine for
Text by Christopher Michael

Despite being a New Yorker myself, Paris is probably the most exciting of the cities to experience during the fashion season. Everyone is a little more dressed up, and the elaborate landscape makes for a fantastic setting upon which all the most exciting fashion moments take place. At one point or another, you’re bound to bump into all of the masterminds behind this industry in the decorative streets of this city. It seems only fitting then that we ran into the ladies who launch some of the most adventurous new ideas, fluttering about the Louvre on their way to the Chloe show last week. While the rest of the world continues to seek out the best way to marry print and digital, Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall showed off their exciting new issue of Garage Magazine – one that appears to be the love child of the pre-existing mediums. Having experimented with interactive publishing in a previous issue via the application Blippar, this season team Garage has gone rogue – and created an application of their very own.

To experience it download the garage app and point it at the magazine, it’s a new way to look at print!


We wanted to make it digitally interactive because we spend so much time on our phones, all of us, rarely ever sitting down in front of an actual computer. I am sure Jony (Ive) has done a bigger iPhone for this very same reason, because even iPads are clunky in essence when you consider how much we live on our phones. Often you have a shoot and you cut it, or you have an interview and you cut it, even that as a starting pointŠ you can put extra stuff behind. So we did this money film, because there is so much more that you can actually put in the magazine but it’s somehow a little bit elite to have to then go onlineŠ if you want to be really immediate, you can just see it. We had partnered with Blippar before, but I think when Michael and Dasha started talking to Jeff Koons and this idea of his digital sculpture came up we started talking about how anyone is going to see it. We all suddenly thought, how amazing would it be to put it on the cover, but how could we if it’s digital, how’s that going to work? Then we figured we would blippar it, but then we thought well actually at this point, we should just build our own.
Charlotte Stockdale, Fashion Director at Garage Magazine and right hand side of Chaos Fashion

With this, moving forward, you could potentially make any page, any graphic, something that you can scan. It can be a gif it can be a still it can be a film, it can be an interview, it can talk, it can be 3D. It just activates content.

You can scan a model and see her stats, see her card, see her profile. Normally when you come up with a concept for a magazine, it has to look good in print. With this, it doesn’t isolate the idea, it can be digital, still or interactiveŠ it doesn’t matter because it will all work.
Katie Lyall, Fashion Editor at Garage Magazine and left hand side of Chaos Fashion

A lot of augmented reality software already exists, we are all more or less on that path. But what’s really exciting about the Garage APP is this exclusive power of a unique collaboration with one of the biggest icons in contemporary art. To get your virtual Koons on top of a printed mag is simply a huge step into new consumerism. GARAGE is the only mag I can imagine who is able to generate this excitement on such high level. It’s more than a gadget, just imagine the emotional level a user gets by using his smart device to discover and experience this unexpected content! This is for sure the next evolutionary step in the fusion of print and digital. Ads become alive, sculptures pop up, bags and shoes walk through the pages….it’s just the beginning and it starts with GARAGE.
Mike Meiré, Art Director at Garage Magazine and the designer of this APP


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Art Class

June 9th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The art and fashion worlds are more intertwined than ever so the latest Numéro with its creative tributes & collaborations with some of the world’s most notable artists feels timely. The homages to artists like Robert Longo, Sylvie Fleury and Alex Katz provide the issue with some of the most interesting content we’ve ever seen in Numero and the issue’s striking covers bring out the best in their stunning subjects. Constance Jablonski sports head to toe ombre in the style of Alex Israel’s panel paintings in a sensual shot by Benny Horne. Karen Elson poses in front of Sarah Morris’ oversize geometric murals while wearing pieces from Balmain and Saint Laurent. Sasha Luss is seductive in a series of Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) images influenced by the provocative work of Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille. The contemporary art theme continues inside with an exclusive interview of influential gallerist, Larry Gagosian.




Alex Israel
Photographer: Benny Horne/ Stylist: Gillian Wilkins / Hair: Mark Hampton / Make-up: Tyron Machhausen (BRIDGE Artists)/ Body Painting: David Gilmore / Model: Constance Jablonski / see the full story on Benny




Sarah Morris
Photographer: Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Charles Varenne (Management + Artists) / Hair: Teddy Charles/ Model: Karen Elson / see the full story on Victor




Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille
Photographer: Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Samuel Francois / Hair: Vi Sapyyapy (Management + Artists) / Make-up: Hugo Villard / Model: Sasha Luss / see the full story in the fashion database

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A New Supreme

March 5th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

For the covers of its annual Music Issue, V Magazine spotlights rising pop stars Lorde and the Haim sisters, but inside, we’ve got our eyes on talent of another kind. Embracing the original Supreme, Diana Ross, for 2014, photographer Daniel Sannwald (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) nominates fresh face Ysaunny Brito to revamp the days of disco. Styled by Patti Wilson, Ysaunny takes a turn as the soulful legend in show-stopping looks from CarvenVersace, and Saint Laurent. With this fabulous series bursting glamour and color, Ysaunny certainly won’t be singing the blues this spring.

For more from V’s Music Issue head over to V





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Body Talk

February 21st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Daniel Sannwald (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and Stevie Dance get body conscious with Catherine McNeil in the new issue of Pop Magazine. Taking it back to the 1980s feel-good days of overt workout gear complete with headbands and cropped sweats, Sannwald and Dance create a sexy little story that taps into Cat’s sensual side. Utilizing the season’s sport-chic pieces to great effect the team creates an editorial that has sizzle without ever losing it’s fashion edge.







Images courtesy of Pop

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Spring Forward

January 29th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

You wouldn’t know it from the frigid cold gripping New York City at the moment, but spring is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing: new campaigns. After our round­ups of the best Spring 2014 womenswear ads (here and here), we thought it was time to give the guys their fair due. Here’s our picks for some of our favorite men’s campaigns for the season, all of them featuring rich explosions of color to help us through these dreary, gray winter days.

Hugo Boss HUGO line
Last July, photographer Pierre Debusschere hit the Utah salt flats—home of the famed land­speed trials so powerfully illuminated in Rachel Kushner’s breakout 2013 novel The Flamethrowers— for Hugo Boss’ energetic, athletic younger label. Victor Nylander, Sung Jin Park, and Andrew Westermann are joined by Caroline Brasch Nielsen and Kasia Struss and the lambent, translucent hues of what look like shimmering mirages, add a soft tinge of glowing color to the blinding whiteness of the pristine sodium crust.

Jil Sander
The namesake designer may be once again dearly departed, but she has left her artistic, distinctly modernist fingerprints all over the house’s latest campaign, shot by David Sims. Ben Waters and Edie Campbell wear their sharp, graphic ensembles —distressed plaid for him and tangled florals for her against a faded background combining the strictest geometry with the soft delicacy of nature.

In their second collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari‘s idiosyncratic art magazine Toilet Paper, designers Humberto Leon & Carol Lim have demonstrated their revolutionary talents extend far beyond their charming runway designs. A relaxed Devon Aoki perches upon a trout carried on Paul Boche‘s shoulders, both of them dressed in a soothing, swaying ripple print inspired by the surf of Leon and Lim’s native Southern California and lit by the harsh glow of red neon.

Patrik Ervell
After making a stunning campaign début with his stark black ­and­ white images of Max Von Isser in an overgrown field last Fall, Ervell enlisted up ­and­ coming photographer Daniel Sannwald (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) for an appropriately luminous series of images that find Michael Lange wearing his sailing­ inspired pieces against the digitally enhanced shine of an impossibly rich and vibrant oceanic sunset.

Salvatore Ferragamo
The Italian house’s campaigns can sometimes have an anodyne feel of anonymous luxury to them, but Spring finds Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner) bringing a vivid pop of classic Modernism to their images. Stalwarts Sean O’Pry and Daria Werbowy bask in the radiant warmth of the sherbet­colored angles and columns that bring to mind the cheery, iconic designs of the Mexican Pritzker Prize–winning architect Luis Barragán.

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El Bambi

October 24th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Never underestimate the power of a well placed bit of cartoon magic; each season Riccardo Tisci comes up with at least one Givenchy must have that makes a splash and for the last few months its been all about Bambi. The opening look of the designer’s critically lauded fall collection was a Disney inspired sweatshirt that added touch of twee to the typically hard-edged Givenchy look and instantly became a cult status symbol. The signature piece has been making waves in magazines of late with the Bambi shirt appearing on the cover of Vogue Japan, the newly launched Miss Vogue AustraliaVogue China and Madame Figaro, not to mention inside appearances in i-D Magazine & V Magazine. Add in the fact that this little number has also been spotted on the backs of everyone from Beyoncé Knowles to Carine Roitfeld and you have the makings of a moment.

SHOP THE LOOK: Givenchy Bambi Sweatshirt at Net-A-Porter 


Vogue Japan | Ph. Sølve Sundsbø | Model Daria Strokous | Fashion Editor – George Cortina


V Magazine | Ph.  Sebastian Faena | Model – Dalianah Arekion | Fashion Editor – Carine Roitfeld


i-D Magazine | Ph. Daniel Sannwald (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)  | Model – Sam Rollinson | Fashion Editor – Charlotte Stockdale


Ph. Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott | Celebrity – Amanda Seyfried


Vogue China | Ph. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin | Model – Fei Fei Sun | Fashion Editor – Nicoletta Santoro (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)

givenchy-magazine-coverMadame Figaro | Ph. Driu & Tiago | Model – Alexa Chung


Miss Vogue Australia | Ph. Benny Horne | Celebrity – Elle Fanning | Fashion Editor – Christine Centenera


Stylist Magazine (France) | Ph. Jonas Bresnan | Fashion Editor – Julie Levoyer

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