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Dots and Loops

July 29th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Making polka dots look classy is no small feat. The graphic circles are most often associated with retro kitsch rather than modern elegance, but George Cortina manages to create a series of beautiful looks on Saskia de Brauw in Mikael Jansson‘s story for Vogue Japan. Using pieces from Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs and McQueen, Cortina crafts ensembles that work perfectly with Saskia’s androgynous and refined persona.

HAIR Anthony Turner MAKEUP Mark Carrasquillo MANICURE Christina Conrad SET DESIGN Jean-Hughes de Chatillon

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Voguette

June 20th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The seemingly unstoppable Daphne Groeneveld strikes again: the Dutch beauty’s striking Vogue Japan cover by Mario Sorrenti has her sporting a furry look from Miu Miu, a center part by crafted by Recine and a pair of seriously bleached brows. George Cortina‘s styling and subtle makeup by Aaron de Mey keep the picture sweet, but Daphne’s trademark glare prevents things from getting sugary.

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Tender Light

May 10th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Japan has modern elegance down pat and in their latest issue Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi provide a showcase for the season’s most uniquely glamorous pieces. Karen Elson sports looks from Maison Martin Margiela and Comme des Garcons, with grace and poise, while stylist George Cortina mixes creations from the most cutting edge designers to create styles that are timeless and beautiful. The modern feel of the story is enhanced by the impeccable hair and makeup, by  Luigi Murenu and Virginia Young, dark lips and red curls never looked so good.

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Happy Feet

February 2nd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin create the feel good editorial of the moment, with a clever nod to Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Raquel Zimmermann and choreographer Stephen Galloway strut their stuff in a series of dancer poses in Vogue Nippon. The cheerful story features some incredible gowns by YSL and Marc Jacobs, that seem made for movement. George Cortina ‘s expert styling never fails to delight and here it is especially on point.

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Sweetie Darling

December 7th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Sometimes an editorial is just so over the top you have to appreciate it; Mario Sorrenti and George Cortina pull out all the stops for Vogue Nippon and a beachside editorial starring Edita Vilkeviciute. The luxury is so in your face that it borders on gawdy. Big hair? Check. Gold lame? Check. Leopard prints? Double check.



Image Credit | Fashion Screen

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Fur & Gold

October 14th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and George Cortina bring some glamour to demin in the latest Vogue Nippon, shooting classic beauty Anna de Rijk in layers of exotic furs and finery. The simple and elegant story is classic I&V and George’s chic styling makes Anna look like a million bucks.

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Film Society

July 1st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Terry Richardson recreates the feel of 70s classic, Klute for Vogue Nippon. With Freja Beha Erichsen taking on the role of Jane Fonda’s streetwise streetwalker and George Cortina providing the sharp vintage inspired wardrobe, the story captures the essence of the film perfectly.







Image Credit | MAG Style @ tFS

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Statuesque

June 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Cedric Buchet takes the models as statues idea one step further, pitting Malgosia Bela against a wealth of classical sculpture for Vogue Nippon. The editorial combines everything we love; good photography, a top notch model and some incredible styling courtesy of George Cortina, the dramatic feel of the editorial is only heightened by the use of elegant gowns from Valentino and Givenchy. However, the stand out of the story has to be the acid yellow goddess gown from Pucci, a striking piece made even more interesting by Malgosia’s captivating pose.

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Malgosia Bela for Vogue Nippon | Scan by MAGStyle @ tFS

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