Love Actually

November 29th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

How many fashion editorials do we see where there is zero to minimal chemistry between the 2 main characters? Details Magazine‘s December issue features longtime couple Ryan Burns and Aline Nakashima, cast by Edward Kim, in an unsurprisingly intimate shoot by John Balsom, wearing the latest relaxed fashion by Tommy Hilfiger, Marc by Marc Jacobs, J Crew, Burberry and more. If only we saw more of such beautiful twosomes in all the fashion mags. Who are some of your other favorite model pairings?

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Easy Street

October 21st, 2011 |Posted by models.com

Details Magazine shows its readers this month the best way to embody a relaxed and easy attitude when it comes to fall dressing. With the help of casting by Edward Kim for House Casting, photography by Matthew Brookes and styling by Andreas Kokkino, model Clement Chabernaud is proof to us that the French really are the best when it comes to that attitude of effortless chic.

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Color Me Good

August 10th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

If you want sculpted bodies and square jawed intensity in your men look no further than Details September men’s editorial with Garrett Neff¬†and Ryan Kennedy cast by Edward Kim for House Casting. Photographer Matthias Vriens-McGrath and stylist Brad Goreski keep it simple to highlight the colorful fall fashion by Jil Sander, Hermes, Bottega Veneta and Rag & Bone. (See the full editorial on Details.com)

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Sew Cool

May 20th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge is always pushing fashion photography to new heights and his latest story in Dazed & Confused, puts an creative spin on portraiture with help from artist, Maurizio Anzeri. Utilizing Anzeri’s unique sewing techniques and Robbie Spencer‘s knack for pulling the seasons’ best pieces, Burbridge creates a story that is just plain fun. Fresh faces (cast by Edward Kim) Herieth Paul, Dempsey Stewart, Charlotte Free, Bethany Terry, Christoph Ribbe, Kaan Tilki, Miles Frank and Sen provide the unusual poses, while Anzeri gives them added oomph via his expressive embroidery.

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The Three

February 10th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

Details’ new issue is out and features the dynamic trio of Sean O’Pry, Arthur Kulkov and Noah Mills photographed by Carter Smith.This rare appearance by models on the cover, cast by Edward Kim, is a testament to Sean, Arthur and Noah’s enduring appeal. Look for our upcoming exclusive behind the scenes videos of the shoot.

(Image courtesy of Details for models.com)

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Men of Honor

November 23rd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Edward Kim brings together some of the industry’s biggest male models for Details magazine’s special editorial by John Balsom. The male supermodels are in full effect and looking phenomenal in laid back styles chosen by Allan Kennedy.


Oriol Elcacho

Tyson Ballou

RJ Rogenski

Brad Kroenig

Ben Hill
Arthur Kulkov
Tommy Dunn


Sasha Knezevic

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That Face

July 9th, 2010 |Posted by contributor

In the current Details, Tyson Ballou shows why he remains, more than a decade later, still one of the most requested faces of today. Photographer Anthony Maule and stylist Julie Ragolia kept the concept simple and true to highlight the latest in cold weather fashion, ranging from blazers/sweaters and ankle boots, to a cozy coat by Dior Homme. What pulled it all together? Edward Kim‘s casting of that near iconic face and body. Fall clothes (and Mr. Ballou himself) have never looked so good. (Story by Michael N) (See the full editorial on Details.com)

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