Rika’s Beauties

November 4th, 2013 |Posted by victoria

The most recent issue of Rika Magazine, features the beauties Pixie Geldof, Aline Weber, Dree Hemingway, and Amber Anderson, each on a stunning cover. The autumn/winter issue is centered on the talents and energy that surrounds us on a daily basis, and addresses fashion as a form of self-expression. Have a look at our preview of the lovely issue below.

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Pixie Geldof by Emma Tempest  | stylist: Alexandra Carl

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Aline Weber by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen  | stylist: Dimphy den Otter

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Amber Anderson by Jen Carey  | stylist: Rachel Backwell

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Dree Hemingway by Jesse John Jenkins  | stylist: Skey Stewart Short

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Sam Taylor by Sarra Fleur Abou-El Haj  | stylist: Yael Gitai

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Magda Laguinge by Jens Langkjaer   | stylist: Sam Ranger

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Anh Duong by Ben Lamberty   | stylist: Katie Burnett

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Iron Girls by Helena Christensen and Jen Carey. Dorothea Barth Jorgensen

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Hannelore Knuts, Helena (by Jason McDonald), Carla Bruni

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Caroline de Maigret, Lucie de la Falaise

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Michelle Harper

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Kelsey Van Mook by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen  | stylist: Tracey Nicholson

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First Look: GLASS

June 3rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Like any fine piece of crystal, Glass Magazine is innately elegant. The sleek quarterly is back with a new issue bursting with luxurious content that adds a touch of class to the newsstand. Three chic covers feature three very different beauties, each representative of a fashion movement: Chinese actress Li Bing Bing provides classic glamour, while the always edgy Hanne Gaby Odiele is a vision vintage eclecticism, model turned actress Tao Okamoto takes things one step further with a colorful beauty look and a revealing interview inside. Editorially there is plenty to enjoy, from an expressive exploration of the season’s accessories, an especially luxe story featuring perennial favorite Hannelore Knuts, to stylish menswear editorials that show the masculine side of refinement. All in all the magazine is a treat from start to finish, but don’t take our word for it – have a first look at the new issue of Glass.

For even more – be sure to check out Glass Magazine.com 

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Ph. Bojana Tatarska | Fashion – Beth Buxton

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Ph. Walter Chin | Fashion Sarah Cobb | Model Hanne Gaby Odiele

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Ph. Milo Reid | Fashion Johanne Mills

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Ph. Christopher Melton | Fashion – Chloe Badawy | Model Hannelore Knuts

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Ph. Jason Hetherington | Beauty – Kim Brown | Model Katlin Aas

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Ph. Chris Craymer | Fashion - Michela Buratti | Model Tao Okamoto

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Ph. Mark Shearwood | Fashion – David Nolan

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Ph. Alastair Strong | Fashion – David Nolan | Model Yannick Abrath

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Step It Up!

February 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Jerry Hall by Sølve Sundsbø

Fashion and fun are two words that should go together, yet most magazines fail to realize it and that is where Ponystep comes in. Launching during Paris fashion week, the biannual aims to bring the glee back to the pages of magazines where it belongs! Editor in chief Richard Mortimer launched the publication as a website two years ago, but March brings their first print edition. With contributors ranging from Solve Sundsbo, Dan Jackson, Ben Weller, Juergen Teller, Julie Verhoeven and Tim Blanks, you can see why we’re very excited for this one! MDC spoke to Ponystep fashion director, Phoebe Arnold, for a glimpse of all the magazine has to offer.


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MDC: How long has ponystep been around and what issue is this?

This is the first issue of Ponystep in print. Ponystep started as an online magazine nearly three years ago, though we haven’t done anything on it for the last six months, we’ve been too busy working on this issue! The website will be relaunching imminently though…


Terry Tsiolis

MDC: Where did the name come from?

It’s a very long and drunken story. It all started out as a bit of a joke and we’ve been stuck with it ever since! It’s quite good though, don’t you think?

Jeneil Williams by Ben Weller

MDC: Why did you choose the models for this cover?

It’s the inspiration issue, and both Kylie Minogue and Jerry Hall are completely inspirational. Actually that’s just an excuse, it was sheer self-indulgence, we just love them.


Hannelore Knuts by Paul Wetherell

MDC: What do you hope to offer that sets you apart from other mags?

We want to make fashion fun again. It’s uncompromising, but still accessible to everybody.

Ponystep launches during Paris Fashion week with a party in collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

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Greyscale

February 14th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Grey Magazine is back and looking better than ever, with five very different covers and an issue filled with imaginative content.

Missy Rayder by Beau Grealy | Hannelore Knuts by Yelena Yemchuk

Karolina Kurkova by Chadwick Tyler

Georgina Stojiljkovic by Sarah Moon | Patricia van der Vliet by Ellen von Unwerth

Louise Pedersen by Alesisio Bolzoni

Karolina Kurkova by Chadwick Tyler

Image Credit | Grey Magazine & Design Scene

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City Slicker

November 11th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Twin‘s unique spin on fashion, sets it apart from the competition, the bi-annual publication is only on its third issue but it is becoming one of our favorite reads. This issue features Amy Troost‘s chic downtown story with the always cool, Hannelore Knuts. Mixing outdoor and studio shots into a seamless showcase for the season’s edgiest pieces as styled by Alastair McKimm.

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Bits & Bytes: Gone Too Soon

April 19th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

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Sean Bohary, photo Richard Avedon for Calvin Klein 1996.

Top model though he was, Sean will be forever remembered as a loving partner to Elayne, father to Sid and Emma and inspiring/generous soul. He may have lost his longtime battle against cancer but he was a fighter till the very end. Our deepest condolences and prayers to his loved ones.
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American Vogue gets a “report card” for the month of May. You know you want to find out its “grade”.

The Human Bra“…. these pictures of what the average person thinks of modeling “poses” are really kind of funny.

Robin Givhan, for the Washington Post, reviews the new House of Versace book. Boy it’s going to be juicy.

We’re huge fans of female photographers. Bettina Rheims, called the Annie Leibovitz of France, is one of our favorites.

Costello Tagliapietra creates timeless, feminine must have pieces. So to say we’re excited about their new capsule collection for Uniqlo, is a bit of an understatement.

Hannelore Knuts curates her first exhibit.

Liu Wen‘s post about her recent Estee Lauder announcement is poetry and grace personified. This is a true example of how a model should be.

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Bits and Bytes: Surprising Stephen

September 8th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

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Stephen Novak with Request Men is the new face in the multi page Bondage Warriors story, garnering quite a number of pages for the unknown Texan. Endorsed by Steven Klein and Nicola Formichetti, Stephen is definitely most wanted for fall. (Photo by Samuel Zakuto)

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Myf Shepherd by Imogen Morris-Clarke. We love Imogen’s dreamy beautiful pics of all her model friends. Who has more access to models than the models themselves?

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Baptiste Giabiconi and Freja Beha Erichsen in the 30th anniversary of German Vogue by Karl Lagerfeld. A collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld,Peter Lindbergh and Bruce Weber (whose parents came from Germany in the early 20th century), this looks to be wunderbar!

More Baptiste Giabiconi by Karl Lagerfeld.. Get October Wallpaper Magazine and you can get Baptiste nude.

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Rosie in September Esquire UK. Ph courtesy of Alisa Connan. Speaking of video, here’s one of former Burberry face and current actress in training, Rosie Huntington Whiteley alive and so beautifully in your face. The future indeed.

The Cut has Fashion Week’s top parties in one place. Check it out.

New designer Jakob Polanka? Think black and statement making.

Cupcakes and Coco? We are so there to catch Miss Coco Rocha dance!!

Diane Pernet of A Shaded View on Fashion has the right idea. Moving pictures is the vision of the future.

Everyone has said it, The September Issue is all about Grace Coddington but we can’t say it any better than this.

Check out the Vogue Italia animation for the “Performance” shoot.Anna Jagodzinska smokes a pipe and Will Lewis gets “broomed”.

Everybody’s favorite “Body”, model Chad White, hosts Video Fashion during Fashion Week. Joining such industry names as Elle’s creative director Joe Zee and designer John Bartlett, Chad is a supermodel who has a riveting magnetism. We know, we’ve interviewed him.

The Italian designer, Francesco Scognamiglio, showcases his new video with the incredible Hannelore Knuts and some beautiful unclothed men. Shot by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Paola Turina, it’s a wonderful way to see his glamourous line for Fall. Go to Francesco’s site to see backstage with models Kim Noorda, Kendra Spears andIris Strubegger and lots of luxurious items for fall.

The Gap’s Patrick Robinson and Oprah Winfrey to co-chair the next Met Ball Gala. Anna Wintour, Patrick and Oprah is all sorts of power in one room!

If you’re missing MDC’s exclusive previews of Natasha Poly, you must go here now! Check out especially our animation for the amazing S�lve Sundsb� pics.

And for all you female models out there, the Modellounge is offering vehicles next week (14th thru 17th) to the castings and the shows. For all the hungry ones, mac and cheese will also be available everyday for models (14th thru 17th) courtesy of the new restaurant macbar. Check out their blog for all updates or even better, stop by at their Soho location.

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Pagan Poetry

August 20th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

There is nothing like a pleasant surprise to get the season started right. The September issue of V comes with a staggering special supplement that focuses on the cerebral beauties at Women & Supreme Management management. The lengthy portfolio by  Paul Rowland re-imagines 19 of the industry’s most captivating faces as pagans – complete with flowers, insects, slabs of serrated flesh and of course, blood. The end result is raw, hypnotic and about a thousand times more interesting than most of the covers we’ve seen this September. Seeing Alana Zimmer, Alla Kostromichova, Behati Prinsloo, Christina Kruse, Daiane Conterato, Darya Kurovska, Georgina Stojiljkovic, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Hannelore Knuts, Iris Strubegger, Isabeli Fontana, Meghan Collison, Mina Cvetkovic, Natasa Vojnovic, Ranya Mordanova, Rose Cordero, Suvi Koponen, Valentina Zeliaeva and Yulia Kharlapanova in this new light highlights not only the versatility of the girls but also the sheer reserves of talent that can be found at these two powerhouse agencies.

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Mina, Daiane, Valentina

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Christina, Hannelore, Meghan

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Hanne, Alana, Rose

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Yulia, Darya, Natasa

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Behati, Isabeli, Alla

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V61 Special Edition Covers by Paul Rowland, backstage shot of Supreme/Women Girls from Supreme Management on Vimeo.

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