Dreams and Desires

April 2nd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Grey Magazine (Italy) takes us into their spectral world for their Spring 2015 issue with 6 expressive covers. Dynamic contributions from Billy Kidd, Fanny Latour-Lambert, Ari Seth Cohen, Spencer Ostrander, Alessandro Simonetti, and Hans Neumann showcased the personality of their created characters with compelling sets and a moody point of view. With the enchanting casting of Bella Hadid, Madison Stubbington, Lyn Slater, Morta Kontrimaite, Esther De Jong & her son Oscar, aligned with this season’s fashion, Grey stands to take us on a journey to our deepest dreams and desires.

To see more visit Grey Magazine, their FB page and Instagram.

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Kid Plotnikova Photographer Billy Kidd (New York: Walter Schupfer Management, New York: Walter Schupfer Management) stylist Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Morta Kontrimaite Photographer Alessandro Simonetti stylist Concetta D’Angelo

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Madison Stubbington Photographer Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) stylist Mariaelena Morelli

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Bella Hadid Photographer Hans Neumann (De Facto) stylist Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Lyn Slater Photographer Ari Seth Cohen stylist Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Esther De Jong Photographer Spencer Ostrander stylist Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Cassandra by Tony Notarberardino

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Monrowe Magazine

March 30th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Monrowe Magazine introduces its first issue “Evolution” chronicling a certain and beautiful bygone sentiment, like the antiquity of good penmanship, with editor Ricky Kim ruminating over timelessness, an answer to button-down minimalism and his own longing for substance. “The best art gives us a feeling to which we have no words…for me, personally, cinema has been the most powerful,” says Kim, a former photography art director with Ralph Lauren. The predominately black and white pages infuse that savor of cinema onto its silvery pages. The cover story shot by Fanny Latour-Lambert musters nostalgia and the perennial cool of James Dean. Glen Luchford’s masterfully filmic Prada 1997 campaigns featuring Amber Valletta are resurrected and still read as contemporary and sensory-charged as ever embracing silver-screen virtues.

By keeping storytelling at the forefront, photographers like Robert NetheryChantelle Dosser and Annelise Phillips mull over fashion with dreamy cinematic images. Lindsey Hornyak styles contemplatively synthesizing the new and old while Priscilla Polley keeps thing feeling traditional such as in “The Good Place” with Alina Krasina and Alexandra Titarenko wearing A.P.C., Creatures of Comfort and Stella Mcartney. Iconic art photographer Ralph Gibson‘s narrative body of work is featured in a retrospective as well as an interview with model/legend Kim Williams wearing Issey Miyake.

Photos courtesy of Monrowe Magazine

Adeline Jouan by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styling by Lindsey Hornyak

 

Prada campaigns from 1997-Amber Valletta by Glen Luchford (Art Partner), creative direction by David James (Art + Commerce)

 

Paul Barge, Augustin Lampreia and Adeline Jouan by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styled by Lindsey Hornyak

Alina Krasina and Sarah Bledsoe by Annelise Phillips, styled by Priscilla Polley

Alina Ilie, Carson Bruner and Katiusha Feofanova by Chantelle Dosser, styled by Priscilla Polley

Shaughnessy Brown, Haley Rohe and Zach King by Michael Donovan, styled by Priscilla Polley

 

Charlotte ReboutierRyan Hassaine and Angie Sherbourne by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), creative direction by Lindsey Hornyak

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Elliott Sailors, Viktoriya Sasonkina, Olga Timokhina, Elena Melnik, Rhianna Porter and Sup Park by Chantelle Dosser, styled by Lindsey Hornyak

Kim Williams by Marco Grob, styled by Priscilla Polley

 

Photography by Ralph Gibson (Walter Schupfer Management)

Marko Brozic by Nathan Jenkins, styled by Mara Palena

 

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Grey Areas

October 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Grey Magazine has consistently served as a source of top notch fashion content and after 5 years as a beloved biannual the magazine takes things to the next level and moves into being a quarterly publication. With an expanded array of content including fashion, food, film, art and travel the magazine is bigger than ever with fresh new contributors like Advanced Style‘s Ari Seth Cohen. Everything you love about Grey remains, but its expanded content offers an exciting new feel bound to appeal to women (and men) with an eye for good taste in all its forms.

“The Grey Woman is an exquisite mortal. She loves, works, cooks, writes, reads, dances, jokes, runs, falls, flies, passes by, and keeps secrets. She is compassionate, strong, clever, fragile, sophisticated, active, lazy, warm, cold, crazy, magic, and dramatic. The Grey woman makes mistakes, forget things, gives everything, suffers deeply, hugs strongly, feels loudly. She’s human. She evolves through the ages and philosophies, following her own rules and style.” – Valentina Ilardi Martin, Editor in Chief of Grey

For even more Grey visit Grey-Magazine.com

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Gigi Hadid exclusively photographed by Christopher Anderson. In the story “Skypping School” Gigi is not attending school today but staying home and wearing our favorite sweater selection for fall. Styling by Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Tali Lennox is back on the fashion scene, and for us is performing in a main fashion editorial and cover. Tali has dedicated the past years mostly to painting with a side of acting classes. Now, more beautiful and self-confident than ever, she is coming back to the studio and interprets, in the story “Acting Class,” the Best Looks of the season according to Concetta D’Angelo. Fendi, Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Chanel, Hermes and more brands are featured. Photographed by Spencer Ostrander, styling by Concetta D’Angelo

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The new italian rising star of modeling Vittoria Ceretti is shot by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) in all the freshness of her young age, for the “Post Rave” fashion story, shot in the countryside around Paris and styled by Mariaelena Morelli.

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Model Nadine Leopold shot by Billy Kidd (New York: Walter Schupfer Management, New York: Walter Schupfer Management) in the fashion story “The New Something,” a proper mismatch of amazing pieces styled in a street-wise mood, the classic way of Valentina Ilardi Martin.

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Optology Issue #3

July 7th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

When Jonathan Arundel launched his photography and fashion journal Optology Magazine last year, he quickly established a high standard for the publication’s content and design, with rich, gorgeous stories and a sui generis, pared-down aesthetic. The latest issue, the third, is no different, starting from the charming portrait of a smiling Ben Allen that graces the glowing yellow cover. The features within hew to the quiet vision of the magazine, which bills itself as “dedicated to showcasing the finest photography and styling talent.” The cover story within, shot by Harry Carr with styling by Hannah Elwell, captures a new maturity in the young Allen, while Elliot Vulliod headlines his own story and up-and-comers like Dylan Fosket and Karlis Adlers are featured as well. Thomas Giddings gives us a pensive feature starring Andreas Lindquist with styling by Andreas Kokkino, with a gentle mood that carries over into Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management)’s images (styling by Optology’s fashion director Madeleine Østlie), which offer hushed slices of thoughtful youth at play.

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Ben Allen by Harry Carr, styling by Hannah Elwell

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Andreas Lindquist by Thomas Giddings, styling by Andreas Kokkino

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Elliot Vulliod by James White, styling by Christopher Preston

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Sylvester Ulv Henriksen and Frederik Rasmussen by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styling by Madeleine Østlie

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Dylan Fosket by Daniel Benson, styling by Madeleine Østlie

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Karlis Adlers by Liam Warwick, styling by Harry Lambert

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Modern Day Heroes

May 23rd, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Sometimes, less is more. Such is the case with DSECTION Magazine, the Portuguese menswear magazine that, next week, moves from a bimonthly to a biannual format with their supersized Spring/Summer issue. Two covers shot by Danielle Levitt spotlight some of the brightest new faces of today: Simon James, Joseph Dolce, and Gabriel Marques, dressed by the multitalented Nicola Formichetti in his first collection for Diesel.

Following on the theme of “Modern-Day Heroes,” the issue explores different strains of strength and bravery, from the fresh, vibrant energy of the cover story to the contained power of Frederico Martins’ calm editorial, with sleek, easy clothes selected by Nelly de Melo Gonçalves. Clark Bockelman, Alex Dunstan, and Matt Trethe stare down the camera in James White’s feature, with styling by Christopher Preston, while Nicolas Ripoll and Matthew Holt offer an elegant preview of Fall 2014, again from the team of Martins and de Melo Goncalves. Paolo Zerbini offers up a study of youthful aggression with Paolo Zagoreo’s edgy streetwear, while Thomas Goldblum presents a more refined take with his classic portraits with styling by Benoit Martinengo. The only downside is knowing we’ll have to wait six months to see the next issue.

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Gabriel Marques, Simon James, Joseph Dolce, Tony, Ashley, Bre by Danielle Levitt, styling by Diesel’s Nicola Formichetti

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Taj, Emil Andersson and Jorge Pla by Nico Bustos (New York/Paris: ArtList NY (New York) ArtList Paris (Paris) Berlin: Shotview Photographers Management (Berlin), styled by Alberto Murtra

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Nikola D, Jon Hjelholt, Charles Markham, Guillaume Babouin, Thomas Bukovatz by Frederico Martins, styled by Nelly de Melo Goncalves

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Nicolas Ripoll and Matthew Holt by Frederico Martins, styled by Nelly de Melo Goncalves

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Clark, Alex and Matt by James White, styled by Christopher Preston

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Nate Hill and Malthe Lund Madsen by Thomas Goldblum, styled by Benoit Martinego

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Ryan Hassaine by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styled by Benoit Martinego

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Rafferty Law and Oliver Cheshire by James White, styled by Christopher Preston

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Jake Love, Nathan James and Ben Horsefield by Paolo Zerbini, styled by Paolo Zagoreo

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Grey X: Exclusive Preview

May 13th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Marking 5 years in print, Grey Magazine has assembled its tenth issue, a stylish testament to a history of inventive fashion and art. It’s in keeping with tradition that the Italian magazine commissioned 12 standout covers for Issue X, each pulled from one of several stunning editorials covering fashion, film, music, and art.

Breakout Odeya Rush headlines a cover all her own in anticipation of her starring role in the upcoming summer blockbuster, The GiverValentina Ilardi Martin and Silvia Morani shoot and style the 17-year-old beauty in fashions by Rome-based designer Ludovica Amati. With a stunning shot that recalls her captivating turn in last year’s We Are What We Are, Odeya appears poised to take on Hollywood.

Elsewhere in the issue, unpublished images from photographer Corinne Day introduce the issue’s diverse selection of content, followed by a poetic series by William Eggleston and French actress Alma Jodorowsky shot by Ellen von UnwerthGarance Doré (Walter Schupfer Management) shoots Homeland actress Sarita Choudhury in serene fashion, while style icon Beatrix Ost shines in a portrait by Advance Style’s Ari Seth Cohen.

Models Luma Grothe, Samantha York, and Zhenya Katava each feature on their own covers as well. Luma goes grunge in a series by Billy Kidd (Walter Schupfer Management), Zhenya takes to the graffiti’d streets of New York in Fendi’s Spring collection, and Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) captures Samantha amid the whimsy of Parisian nostalgia.

Check out the 12 covers below and pick up your own copy at GreyMagazine.com/shop

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Actress Odeya Rush photographed and styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin and Silvia Morani.

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Sarita Choudhury photographed by Garance Doré (Walter Schupfer Management) and styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin.

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Luma Grothe photographed by Billy Kidd (Walter Schupfer Management) and styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin.

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From the “At Zenith” series, clouds photographed by William Eggleston.

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Emma Griffiths Malin photographed by Corinne Day and styled by Tara St Hill. Unpublished series. London, 1995.

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Beatrix Ost photographed by Ari Seth Cohen and styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Samantha York photographed by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) and styled by Mariaelena Morelli.

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Alma Jodorowsky photographed by Ellen von Unwerth and styled by Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN).

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Little Fabiolita Quaranta and Orlando Moro photographed by Angelo Turetta and styled by Concetta D’Angelo.

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“The Upper Kingdom” sport reportage by Alessandro Simonetti.

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Zhenya Katava photographed by Peppe Tortora and styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin.

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Soap&Skin photographed by Nicolò Terraneo and styled by Concetta D’Angelo.

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