The Girls Must Travel

May 17th, 2016 |Posted by models.com

Back and forth between here and hustlin’, Anais Mali, Binx Walton, Herieth Paul, and Marga Esquivel are checking out of town in Vogue Japan‘s June 2016 issue photographed by Giampaolo Sgura. Suited by fashion editor Anna Dello Russo, the models sport patriotic looks from Chanel‘s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Soft glows to accentuate the diverse beauties are made possible by Andrew Guida and Jessica Nedza. Turning the page, the team of extraordinaires transform Anais into the ultimate diva serving 60’s glam in Anthony Vaccarello, Gareth Pugh, and Tom Ford among others.

Go inside the dazzling new issue of next month’s Vogue Japan below!

Text by Derrick Gaitér

Photography – Giampaolo Sgura | Stylist – Anna Dello Russo | Hair – Andrew Guida | Makeup – Jessica Nedza (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Nails – Annarel Innocente | Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)

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First Look: Document Journal

April 29th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The soon-to-be-out S/S ’16 issue of Document Journal is a who’s who of the here and now, and if the 8 covers fronted by fashion’s royalty like Hedi Slimane and Grace Coddington didn’t tip you off, then here’s the inside to take you there. Between the amusing and uncommon imaginings of collaborators like Willy Vanderperre and Olivier RizzoColin Dodgson and Joe McKennaRoe Ethridge and Robbie Spencer to the pleasurably picturesque–like Coco Capitan‘s unassuming take on Lena Hardt or Venetia Scott‘ suburban-backdropped portraits styled by Sarah Richardson, there’s probably nowhere better to be. Starting now, Richardson will be the magazines new fashion director. Casting goes full out too, to good effect thanks to Piergiorgio Del Moro and Samuel Ellis Scheinman: models Stella TennantRianne van RompaeyAlice MetzaEstella Boersma plus more, use their respective demand to bring the issue to the far side of choicest. See below an exclusive Models.com preview of the issue before it hits stands.

 

Document Journal will be on sale the first week of May exclusively at Dover Street New York, BookMarc New York, Iconic Magazines New York, Dover Street London, Broken Arm Paris, Colette, 0FR Paris and 10 Corso Como Milan, and available worldwide the following week. Preorder copies at documentjournal.myshopify.com.

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Stella Tennant by Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce) | Stylist Olivier Rizzo | Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) | Makeup Lynsey Alexander (Streeters London) | Manicurist Anatole Rainey (Premier Hair and Make-Up)


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Rianne van Rompaey and Natalie Westling by Colin Dodgson (Art Partner) | Stylist Joe McKenna (Art Partner) | Hair Akki Shirakawa (Art Partner) | Makeup Miranda Joyce (Streeters London) | Manicurist Marian Newman (Streeters London) | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY) and Samuel Ellis Scheinman

 


 

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Catharina Pedersen and Connor Newall by Venetia Scott (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Sarah M Richardson | Hair Ali Pirzadeh (Camilla Lowther Management) | Makeup Sharon Dowsett (Camilla Lowther Management) | Casting Beth Dubin


 

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Katherine MooreLexi Boling and Taylor Hill by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Robbie Spencer | Hair Tomo Jidai (Streeters London) | Makeup Francelle Daly (Art + Commerce) | Lighting Sam Nixon


 

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Anne Catherine Lacroix by Robi Rodriguez (Management + Artists) | Stylist Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists) | Hair Chi Wong (Management + Artists) | Makeup Nami Yoshida | Manicurist Sophy Robson (Streeters London)| Set Polly Philp | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)


 

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Estella Boersma by Mark Peckmezian (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Stylist Jodie Barnes (rep) | Hair Tomohiro Ohashi (Management + Artists) | Makeup Christine Corbel (Management + Artists) | Casting Samuel Ellis Scheinman


 

 

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Staz LindesLili Sumner and Alice Metza by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah M Richardson | Hair Martin Cullen (Streeters London) | Makeup Georgina Graham (Management + Artists)


 

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Rianne van Rompaey by Glen Luchford (Art Partner | Hair Anthony Turner (Art Partner) | Makeup Lucia Pieroni (London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York) | Manicurist Elsa Durrens (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Set Valerie Weill | Lighting Jack Webb


 

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Lena Hardt by Coco Capitan (Creative and Partners) | Stylist Elodie David Touboul (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)


 

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Christopher Fernandez and Sheck by Benedict Brink | Stylist Ronald Burton III | Grooming Dana Boyer


 

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Estella Boersma by Pierre Debusschere (New York: Art + Commerce, New York: Art + Commerce) | Stylist Pieter Mulier and Matthieu Blazy | Hair Tomohiro Ohashi (Management + Artists) | Casting Samuel Ellis Scheinman

 

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Bad Girls Club

April 18th, 2016 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Bad girls do it better in the latest i-D Magazine‘s “Rising Up” issue. Daniel Jackson dials up the edge in these rock steady visuals that are heavy in moody attitude. Skin meets skin as Damaris Goddrie, Cai Lee, Imaan Hammam, Aamito Lagum, & Dilone are clad in leather pieces from Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang, and Lanvin styled by Ludivine Poiblanc. Individualism continues to shine through as beauty team Esther Langham and Francelle Daly embrace the girls natural curls and waves with an elevated look of smudged, smoky eyes and highlighted skin.

Take a peek below!

Photographer – Daniel Jackson (Art + Commerce) | Stylist – Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists) | Hair – Esther Langham (Art + Commerce) | Makeup – Francelle Daly (Art + Commerce) | Manicurist – Rica Romain (LMC Worldwide) | Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY) | Set Designer – Gerard Santos

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First Look: TUSH #38

March 14th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The latest issue of Tush Magazine offers a whole lot of facial firepower–apropos, considering the eight covers bear the words “In Your Face”.  Inside its beauty goes gung-ho forging cosmetic visuals from unrestrained applications and unexpected uses of the everyday, wherewith models glow in new and unusual ways.  Photographer Armin Morbach supplies a full spectrum of playful takes done up on models like Lina BergFrances Coombe and Lina Hoss, while Van Sarki‘s signature pastel palette is carried out on stand-out, newcomer Liza Ostanina. That only scratches the surface, with editorial appearances by models Laura JulieAnna Mila GuyenzKim Peers and Lorelle Rayner, there’s plenty of room for fresh perspectives as #38 takes us “Between Beauty and the Universe”. See the exclusive issue preview below.

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Ilvie Wittek by Irina Gavrich | Styling Nina Petters | Grooming Christian Olivier Merz


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Lina Berg by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer

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Lisa Helene Kramer by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Support Julia Junglas & Ann-Katherin Plutke | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Frances Coombe by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Lyle XoX | Casting Roxane Dia


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Laura Julie by Marianna Sanvito | Styling Weibke Bredenhorst | Hair Joseph Pujalte (Atomo Management) | Makeup Phophie Mathias


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Mia Gruenwald by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Anna Mila Guyenz  by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Jada Joyce by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Lina Berg by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Make-up Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Julia Reiss, Julia Leineweber, Kristina Pet and Mia Gruenwald by Armin Morbach | Styling Nina Petters | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Llvie Wittek by Irina Gavrich | Styling Nina Petters | Grooming Christian Olivier Merz


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Liza Ostanina by Van Sarki (BRIDGE Artists) | Stylist Dianna Lunt | Hair Sabrina Szinay (The Wall Group) | Makeup Tomohiro Muramatsu (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)


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Lisa Helene Kramer and Lina Hoss by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Support Julia Junglas & Ann-Katherin Plutke | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Frances Coombe by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Lyle XoX | Casting Roxane Dia


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Anna Mila Guyenz  by Armin Morbach | Styling Ingo Nahrwold | Hair Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup Loni Baur (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Lou Schoof by Hans Neumann | Stylist Lana Jay Lackey | Hair Nicolas Eldin | Makeup Yacine Diallo (BRIDGE Artists)


Sabina Lobova by Donna Trope | Stylist Rachel Gilman | Hair Romina Manenti (Home Agency) | Makeup Christopher Ardoff | Prop Stylist Eric Eastman


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Lorelle Rayner by Liz Collins (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair Mari Ohashi | Makeup Polly Osmond (London: Premier Hair and Make-Up, New York: Exposure NY)


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Kristina Pet by Armin Morbach | Stylist Rebecca Rupcic | Hair Nadine Bauer | Makeup Denise Grundmann | Casting Dominik Wimmer


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Kim Peers by Mattias Bjorklund | Stylist Simone Konu | Hair Susanne Lichtenegger | Makeup Linda Andersson | Casting Lock Studios

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Brave New (and Beautiful) World

March 9th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko


Olivia Jansing by Marcus Ohlsson & Andrew Logan by Philippe Vogelenzang

Beauty Papers is the two issue old publication with a predilection for all things beauty. That much can gathered from its title alone. But one look inside its sophomore release and it’s clear the brainchild of Maxine Leonard steers vehemently clear of any sort of prix fixe beauty others are serving. Beauty Papers is Maxine’s visual adage endeavoring to articulate a more modern language of makeup-ing. Inside is a cosmetic playground, the respective efforts of beauty veterans and photographers letting loose their explorative ideas of application, color and medium. We spoke to its editor in chief Maxine Leonard about the magazine and more, plus check out the preview of issue 1 “Plastics” below.

When did humor come into play for Beauty Papers or into your idea of beauty in general?
Humour like beauty is personal. Our approach is to hopefully inspire, the result in how this is viewed is left to the reader as to whether they sense or identify humour. I think it is emotive, however read. There is no beauty without emotion.

What was the most difficult part of conception for issue 1 (the second issue)?
Beauty Papers is at the start of its journey so we really don’t think in terms of ‘difficult’ because it is a very exciting time for us.

Why “Plastics”?
We chose ‘plastic’ because it defines the world we live in, and it has long been the byword for celebrity culture, the cult of plastic people-‘Fakeness’ is a look and lifestyle pursued by legions of women and men. And then there is the sheer joy of the material itself, the qualities of stretch, transformation and transparency. Plastic is defined by being easily shaped or moulded, which for us, is also a metaphor for how we change and mould ourselves to survive, fit in, and even succeed.

What were some conceptual guidelines and shoot dos and don’ts given out?
We explored the concept visually and culturally and created a collection of inspiration material that we shared with all our collaborators, they asked questions, observed and found their particular perspectives sometimes opening doors on less comfortable issues and ideas we encounter everyday. Plastic was the platform and from this dreams were created of exquisite fantastical extremes and contradictions. Without the dreams and dream makers where would we be? We have an open dialogue with all the artists that work with us but there are no do’s and don’ts. That is what is so exhilarating.

How has your own perspective of editorial beauty changed and what was missing that made you want to start the magazine?
On this journey there have been several occasions that have changed my perspective and made me reevaluate my approach. I interviewed Christiaan for issue 0 and the meeting was timely. He told me I would make mistakes and that it was never about agenda, it was about friends working together. I interviewed Serge Lutens and he told me not to lower my flag. Most importantly I met Valerie who restored my faith and reignited my belief and passion. Beauty Papers is about artists working together and inspiring each other. It is about community and creation, something we felt was lacking.

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Heather Kemesky by Liz Collins (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Way Perry | Hair Samantha Hillerby (Streeters London) | Makeup Maxine Leonard (Jed Root) | Manicurist Jenny Longworth (Camilla Lowther Management) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Leila Goldkuhl by Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist Akari Endo-Gaut (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Kevin Ryan (Art + Commerce) | Makeup Mathias van Hooff (Management + Artists) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Harleth Kuusik by Amy Troost | Hair Holli Smith | Casting Beth Dubin


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Anabel Krasnotsvetova by Julia Noni (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Stylist Vittoria Cerciello (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Franco Gobbi (Streeters New York) | Makeup Violette (Management + Artists) | Manicurist Eri Handa | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Briley Jones by Ben Hassett (Management + Artists) | Stylist Anna Trevelyan (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair Peter Gray (Home Agency) | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench (Streeters London) | Manicurist Martha Fekete (Bryan Bantry)


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Sofia Fanego byPaul Maffi | Stylist Paul Sinclaire (Katy Barker) | Hair Tomo Kono | Manicurist Jin Soon Choi (Jed Root)


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Olivia Jansing by Marcus Ohlsson (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management, Stockholm: LUNDLUND) | Stylist Michelle Cameron (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Hair Rita Marmor (Streeters New York) | Makeup Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Manicurist Honey (Exposure NY) | Casting Shelley Durkan (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )


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Harmony Boucher by David Oldham | Hair Raphael Salley (Streeters London) | Makeup Janeen Witherspoon | Manicurist Imarni (Saint Luke Artist Management)


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Vogue Japan’s Moody Muse

January 26th, 2016 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Melancholy is the muse in the latest issue of Vogue Japan out on newsstands now. Jamie Bochert takes a reflective stance after hours for this Mark Segal shot editorial. Showing off the coolest pieces from Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Missoni edited by the ever-stylish Giovanna Battaglia. Her rock-and-roll aura pairs seamlessly with the atmospheric setting and is polished through the gifted hands of Diego Da Silva & Maud Laceppe. See pics from the shoot below.

Photographer – Mark Segal (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)
Stylist – Giovanna Battaglia | Hair – Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) | Makeup – Maud Laceppe (Streeters New York) | Nails – Carla Kay | Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)

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Vogue China Gets Lost at Sea

January 4th, 2016 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

It’s a melancholic mood captured at the top of the year for the latest issue of Vogue China. Black sand beaches and heavy clouds provide the perfect backdrop for Ming Xi to enchantingly drift throughout in the Winter collections. In this editorial shot by Gilles Bensimon and styled by Gillian Wilkins, the Chinese wonder pensively emerges from the tranquil sea donned in the latest ready-to-wear offerings from Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, and Celine. The natural scenery called for a simplified approach to beauty, so Mark Hampton and Justine Purdue created windswept, segmented waves with pared-down, illuminated skin. See more of the visuals below.

Photographer – Gilles Bensimon | Stylist – Gillian Wilkins | Hair – Mark Hampton (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY) | Makeup – Justine Purdue (Tim Howard Management) | Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)

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The Dark Side

July 14th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The goth-girl mob is back with major attitude for the latest Alexander Wang campaign. Shot by longtime Wang collaborator Steven Klein, and styled by Karl Templer, the ad with creative direction by Pascal Dangin of KiDS Creative, features a moody flock of model and artistic muses — Anna Ewers, Binx Walton, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Isabella Emmack, Lexi Boling, Molly Bair, and Sarah Brannon — as well as singer Alice Glass and the Japanese dance duo AyaBambi, fresh off a Madonna video appearance. The fashionable clan effortlessly sulk in studded frocks and platform creepers aligned with perfected visages, courtesy of beauty team Anthony Turner and Mark Carrasquillo. This crew is not to be trifled with!

Photographer – Steven Klein (Art Partner), Styling – Karl Templer (Streeters London), Hair – Anthony Turner (Art Partner), Makeup – Mark Carrasquillo (Art Partner), Casting – Anita Bitton (Establishment Casting), Set Design – Stefan Beckman (Exposure NY)

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