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Green Goddess

April 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Tatiana Cotliar.
Robbie Spencer.
An editorial that shocks us out of our jaded fashion malaise with some truly incredible imagery. Merging the latest designs from Prada and Lanvin with over the top gems from Dior and Alexis Bittar, all hidden within a mass of natural wonders; leaves, branches, flowers, foilage combined to create art for the New York Times Magazine. Lynn Yeager‘s accompanying article is an engaging read as well – be sure to check it out.

Hair: Martin Cullen | Makeup: Peter Philips | Set Design: Gary Card | Manicure: Michina Koide

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Pomp & Circumstance

October 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Sometimes each individual aspect of an editorial works together so well that the end result is seamless. Take William Selden‘s captivating photographs of Katlin Aas for this month’s Dazed & Confused for example, the Tudor paintings theme is executed flawlessly. It begins with the perfect casting – Katlin’s makes for the ideal period piece heroine, her face calls to mind the distinctive beauty seen in the era’s portraiture. Katie Shillingfords expert styling takes off the runway pieces, strips them of their modernity and refashions them into ensembles that look antique – add into this Gary Card‘s amazing sets and Selden’s own moody style and you have the makings of something truly magical.

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Image Credit | Fashion Gone Rogue

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Shape Shifter

July 24th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Collaboration is what makes fashion great. The latest Dazed & Confused pays tribute to the fashions of 80s innovator Maria Blaisse and her legendary sculptural shapes. Jason Kibbler‘s pictures of Hana Soukupova wearing pieces from Givenchy and Margiela reworked by stylist Karen Langley and set designer Gary Card to mimic the signature Blaisse look, are cool and dynamic. As always Hana manages to bring that extra touch of elegance but each element of the story can stand alone.

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