Glass Magazine declares “Freedom”

September 25th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Freedom rings in the latest Fall issue of Glass Magazine out on newsstands now yet the cover stars Daphne Groeneveld and Yumi Lambert exude the captivating power that chains our thoughts. With the latest top looks of Fall from Gucci, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Fendi, superb styling shatters the banal with modernity,. Stunning editorials are paired with equally compelling features on freedom fighters throughout the globe like Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and activist that constantly speaks against unfair justice systems, or journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas who has fearlessly reported on atrocities throughout Africa. Whether trying to feed your spirit or your mind, there’s something for everyone once you break through the Glass.

See some of the images below and be sure to check out the latest issue of Glass Magazine out on newsstands now!


Photographer – Bojana Tatarska | Fashion Editor – Marine Braunschvig (Jed Root) | Model – Daphne Groeneveld


Photographer – David Ferrua | Fashion Editor – Nicola Kavanagh | Model – Yumi Lambert


Photographer – Nicole Nodland | Beauty Editor – Kim Brown (Premier Hair and Make-Up) | Model – Mae Lapres


Photographer – David Ferrua | Fashion Editor – Nicola Kavanagh | Model – Yumi Lambert


Photographer – Bojana Tatarska | Fashion Editor – Marine Braunschvig (Jed Root) | Model – Daphne Groeneveld


Photographer – Dan Smith (SUPERVISION NEW YORK) | Fashion Editor – Nicola Kavanagh | Model – Leila Nda

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First Look: Heroine

September 16th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Industry Icon Kirsten Owen covers this issue of Heroine Magazine in all her edgy, relentless glory. Shot by Emma Summerton, styled by Gro Curtis, and dressed entirely in vintage Helmut Lang, the muse heralded as a vision of alternative beauty seems fitting to grace this issue focused on uncompromising binaries. With interviews on the inimitable powerhouse of Fendi‘s Karl Lagerfeld, Silvia Venturini Fendi, and Pietro Beccari, Jonathan Anderson of J.W. Anderson and Loewe fame, and Gucci‘s newest creations from the mind of Alessandro Michele this issue goes to the next level with its content.

With over 280 pages of fashionable content and a new redesign be sure to pick up Heroine 3 and check out our exclusive first look below!


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis



Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Emma Tempest (Jed Root) | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)



Photographer – Alessio Boni | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Alessio Boni | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Greta Ilieva | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss



Photographer – Greta Ilieva | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Nicole Maria Winkler | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)


Photographer – Nicole Maria Winkler | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


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POP Celebrates Karl’s 50 Years at Fendi

August 24th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

To celebrate Karl Lagerfeld‘s 50 year stay as creative director of FendiPop Magazine released a special limited edition of the magazine with an alternate cover photographed by Sean and Seng. The cover and inside editorial, “Moda Roma”, has muse and Italian darling, Mariacarla Boscono draped only in Fendi’s haute fourrure, styled simply by Amanda Harlech. The images have Sean and Seng’s thumbprint of rich warm tones, accentuating Mariacarla’s coveted mystique–all making it the perfect pairing.


Mariacarla Boscono by Sean and Seng (Management + Artists) / Stylist Amanda Harlech

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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

COVER 1_Grey X

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

COVER 2_Grey X

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

COVER 3_Grey X

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

COVER 4_Grey X

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

COVER 5_Grey X

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

COVER 6_Grey X

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

COVER 7_Grey X

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

COVER 8_Grey X

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

COVER 9_Grey X

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

COVER 10_Grey X

“The Upper Kingdom” sport reportage by Alessandro Simonetti.

COVER 11_Grey X

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

COVER 12_Grey X

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

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Tough Enough

August 28th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Bad girls do it well in the pages of Numero‘s September issue. Greg Kadel unleashes a sexy and in your face story styled by Elizabeth Sulcer, featuring the season’s hardcore looks. While only the most daring fashionistas will take to the streets in bondage gear and studded masks, the story’s mix of Chanel, Fendi and Tom Ford is sure to appeal to luxe lovers from all walks of life. Even the most vanilla fashionistas can appreciate the appeal of black leather and thigh high boots as worn by the stunning Larissa Hofmann.








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Fur Frenzy

June 26th, 2013 |Posted by

Dazed & Confused features three of our favorite up and coming models this month in a playful punk rock editorial by photographer Jeff Bark. In ‘Mad Fur It’ Joanna Tatarka, Leona Binx Walton, and Marta Dyks are styled in Fendi statement furs– a necessity this upcoming F/W 2013 season. These grungy-glam looks wouldn’t be complete without sky-high mohawks and Jeff Bark’s always unique take on beauty. Makes us miss our winter blues…

Stylist: Robbie Spencer | Makeup: Inge Grognard

Text by Victoria Perillo

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A Healthy Obsession

June 4th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Whenever Steven Meisel and Gisele Bundchen join forces for Vogue Italia you know you’re in for a treat. The June issue delves into beauty with a satirical look at the pleasures of primping – from your basic treatments and manicures, to controversial extremes like the much discussed ‘vampire’ facial. Meisel shoots in his signature high gloss style, while Lori Goldstein mixes in pieces from Louis VuittonFendi alongside a few larger-than-life Chanel Joaillerie sparklers. Given the subject matter the dream team of Pat McGrathGuido Palau and Jin Soon Choi are naturally a big part of the action – their elegant touch keeps Gisele looking flawless, even in the middle of chemical peels and deep conditioning masks.

View the Covers + Behind the Scenes Video on Vogue.It




A look back on Gisele’s Vogue Italia covers.


June 1999 & August 2001 | Ph. Steven Meisel


December 2009  & December 2010 | Ph. Steven Meisel

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Editorial Inspiration: Mona & Millicent

July 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

In addition to designing for Chanel, Fendi, his eponymous line, shooting editorials, traveling the world and elevating his cat to superstar status, Karl Lagerfeld also manages to be something of a fashion historian. Look at his work you’ll see references to countless bygone eras and sartorial icons of yesteryear. In his latest story for Harper’s Bazaar, Lagerfeld looks to legendary American socialites Mona von Bismarck & Millicent Rogers, women so revered for their good taste that whole museum collections exist to catalogue their stylish lives. Imagining a fictional meeting between the two legends, Lagerfeld creates sumptuous images overloaded with decadent ensembles.

With a shock of silver hair and a penchant for labels like Balenciaga, Givenchy and Vionnet, Mona was one of the most celebrated style icons of her time. Immortalized by Dali and Truman Capote. She’s brought to life in the story by Anja Rubik, in a series of dramatic looks chosen by Andrew Richardson. The glamorous Millicent Rogers, Standard Oil Heiress and toast of NY society, favored esoteric lines like Schiaparelli and Valentina, mixed in with standards from Mainbocher & Charles James; Melissa Tammerijn plays the blond beauty with grace in Lagerfeld’s story.

The Real Mona von Bismarck & Millicent Rogers

Countess Mona in Balenciaga

Millicent in Charles James

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