Sandstorm

November 27th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Julia Noni‘s atmospheric style of photography never fails to leave an impression on viewers. In her latest story for Vogue Japan, Noni takes to the dunes to create an ethereal tribute to furs, jewels and the decadent treasures of the season. Emily Baker shines in Noni’s striking images, adding a serene presence to the pared down nudes, while makeup artist Jurgen Braun adds the final touch of elegance via soft colors & a subtle touch.

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Double Your Dazed

March 9th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

How can you make an already phenomenal set of Dazed & Confused covers even better? Enlist artist Romeu Silveira to reinterpret the subject matter into beautiful collages. This creative and unique remix of Dazed’s March covers adds a new layer of enjoyment, to each image. Check out a before and after of the covers below and a look at some of the collages Romeu crafted from Dazed’s editorial pages. For more on the project, be sure to visit Dazed Digital.

Kati Nescher by Daniel Jackson | Romeu’s re-imagining on the left, original cover on the right

Lara Mullen by Ben Toms | Stylist: Robbie Spencer Makeup: Gemma Smith-Edhouse | Original cover on the left, Romeu’s re-imagining on the right


Erjona Ala by Roe Ethridge | Makeup: Lisa Houghton | Original cover on left, Romeu’s re-imagining on right

Frida Aasen by Sean and Seng | Hair: Laurent Philippon | Original cover on left, Romeu’s re-imagining on right

Guy Mercer by Andrew Vowles

Emily Baker by Sharif Hamza

Just in case you wanted even more Dazed in your life, check out the April cover featuring girl of the moment, Grimes and all the Givenchy couture you can handle. Shot by photog (and newly appointed YSL creative director) Hedi Slimane, the image is as powerful as any we’ve seen this month.

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Under the Sea

January 23rd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion’s fixation with all things aquatic played out on the S/S runways with a barrage of scuba inspired looks and gilded creations worthy of The Little Mermaid. Never ones to simply showcase a trend, Dazed & Confused offers an abstract take on the look with a brilliantly styled story shot by Sharif Hamza. As an otherworldly surfer-cum-fantasy girl, Emily Baker shines while Karen Langley pushes boundaries with her shape shifting selection of looks that seem crafted from coral. Amazing makeup by Lisa Houghton and slick hair courtesy of Rudi Lewis complete the look, but keep your eyes peeled for some incredible shell pieces from Peeble London!

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Collective Soul

January 10th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Daniel Jackson celebrates the looks of the season in British Vogues collections special. Shooting the signature pieces from the spring/summer collections as selected by Francesca Burns. Every piece you’d expect to see is there, from the salmon tinted Calvin Klein spaghetti strap shift, to McQueen’s extravagantly detailed chiffon numbers. Added bonus – each ensemble is paired with a girl who elevates the look, from Maria Bradley’s innate edge adding an ounce of cool to Armani’s classic suit, to Elise Crombez showing you exactly how YSL ought to be worn.

Romee Strijd in Calvin Klein

Maria Bradley in Giorgio Armani

Doutzen Kroes in Dolce & Gabbana

Ymre Stiekema in Ralph Lauren

Emily Baker in Donna Karan

Kirsi Pyrhonen in Burberry

Codie Young in Alexander McQueen

Vika Falileeva in Chanel

Kati Nescher in Louis Vuitton

Elise Crombez in Yves Saint Laurent

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The Muses

November 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Muse Magazine never fails to excite with its combination of striking fashion editorials and compelling interviews and the latest issue is no exception. Alessandra Ambrosio and Lindsey Wixson grace dual covers that showcase two very different aesthetics: Ale goes futuristic for Chad Pitman with bobbed hair and metallics, while Lindsay is an innocent girl next door in Will Davidson’s shots. Inside you’ll find even more variety with a host of gorgeous new visuals – a few of which you’ll find right here in our preview.

Alessandra Ambrosio by Chad Pitman

Anna Selezneva by Steven Pan

Emily Baker by Tom Allen

Kendra Spears by Mariano Vivanco

Maryna Linchuk by Matt Irwin

Lindsey Wixson by Will Davidson

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In the Future…

September 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Exclusive previews from V Magazine‘s Model issue keep coming – check out Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi exploration of fresh ideas in couture. The preview shots feature Emily Baker, Aymeline Valade, Valerija KelavaCandice Swanepoel and Kristina Salinovic looking futuristic and impossibly chic all at once. The showstopping pieces chosen by Joanne Blades‘ are a thing of beauty – check out those Armani Prive gowns in the second shot! Add in some over the top hair by Luigi Murenu and you’ve got the makings of an epic editorial.

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First Look : The Model Issue

September 27th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

V Magazine‘s themed issues have become an industry standard and for the mag’s latest extravaganza they look to fashion’s finest faces for inspiration. If you’ve been waiting for a magazine to take note of some of the incredible new girls on the scene then wait no more. V74 will feature eight key up and comers (described as “future supermodel contenders) on the cover  - making this a must have issue for model watchers. Add in the incredible contributions from the likes of Carine RoitfeldTerry RichardsonInez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh MatadinDaniele Duella and Iango Henzi and this looks like one hell of an issue. Take a look at the first  preview featuring Hedi Slimane‘s evocative portraits of Daphne Groeneveld, Emily Baker and Charlotte Free.

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The Women

September 6th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
Interview.
Anais Pouliot, Emily Baker, Saskia de Brauw, Candice Swanepoel and Zuzanna Bijoch.
An avant-garde story that pushes the envelope with Karl Templer‘s body conscious styling.

 

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