Shades of Lara

July 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Lara Stone is a natural in front of the camera and since snagging her L’Oreal contract last year Ms. Stone has been amping up her status as a bonafide beauty icon. When you’re a model with bedroom eyes and lips born for lipstick it makes sense for editorials to play that up and that’s the case in Stone’s Elle France coverstory. Shot by Hans Feurer in his trademark style the feature has Lara in a variety of looks from smoky eyeliner to a hot pink pout. Makeup artist Charlotte Willer (Jed Root) plays with color to great effect while hairstylist Stephane Lancien crafts everything from a Bardot-esque ponytail to the perfect windswept coif.

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To the Streets

April 5th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Antidote Magazine turns the sidewalk into a catwalk with a little help from Hans Feurer. The legendary photog and man behind the oft-imitated, but never duplicated street chic editorials creates a series of images featuring an all-star cast of beauties. Anna Selezneva, Barbara PalvinCatherine McNeil, Daphne Groeneveld, Frida GustavssonJac JagaciakJourdan Dunn, Jacquelyn Jablonski and Zuzanna Bijoch take turns posing in front of Feurer’s lens in elaborate ensembles selected by Creative Director, Yann Weber. Reflecting the latest trends, as well as the eclecticism and vibrance of the statement making garments worn each day in stylish cities, the story makes for a fitting tribute to the timeless allure of street fashion.

Take an exclusive first look at the story here and for more on ‘The Street Issue’ check out Antidote’s website. 

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The Look of Hans Feurer

May 24th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

As fashion’s foremost purveyor of nomad chic, Hans Feurer‘s images are unmistakable. Though his body of work is diverse, the pictures that stand out most tend to feature a series of Feurer signatures; layered undone styling, exotic locations and bold tribal makeup. Look at his latest stories for Vogue Paris and Vogue Japan respectively and you’ll see all the trademarks of his aesthetic. VP’s Karmen Pedaru story goes for a harder edge, while his images of Constance Jablonski are all about highlighting her refined beauty, but both stories hinge on variations of the same idea. Take a glimpse back at Feurer’s work over the years and see how he developed the style he’s now known for.

2012 – Karmen Pedaru for Vogue Paris

2012 – Constance Jablonski for Vogue Japan

2011 – Jourdan Dunn for Vogue Paris

2011 – Natasha Poly for Vogue Paris

2010 – Tony Ward for GQ Style Germany

2008 – Erin Heatherton for Muse Magazine

2008 – Scott Barnhill

2007 Jessica Miller for Self Service no. 27

2001 – Erin Wasson for Vogue Paris

1991 – Beverly Peele for Elle France

1983 - American Vogue

1983 – Kenzo

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A Rare Jewel

September 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

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Ralph Lauren.

A stunning exploration of Ralph Lauren’s new jewelry line, all American style given the Vogue Paris touch and worn with grace by Fei Fei. Feurer’s signature style shines almost as much as the Lauren baubles.

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Chromatique

July 15th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

If there was ever a question in your mind about whether or not Jourdan Dunn and Natasha Poly ought to blessed with beauty contracts, take a look at the latest issue of Vogue Paris. Makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds transforms both girls with vibrant colors from Yves Saint Laurent Beaute, while Marie Chaix adds the final flourishes with touches of fur and feathers. Hans Feurer‘s photography gives the entire story a high gloss finish, but both girls shine from within: if this doesn’t make you want to run out and buy makeup, we don’t know what will.

EDITOR Frédérique Verley | HAIR Ward Stegerhoek | PRODUCTION Antonio Perulli

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Alt. Viewpoints

March 23rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

After months of waiting Emmanuelle Alt‘s first issue as editor in chief of Vogue Paris is finally on newsstands. With a focus on simple fashion and showcasing the beauty of the clothes, the content seems destined to be a far cry from the audacious stories pioneered by Carine Roitfeld. Take a glimpse at this preview of editorials from the new edition and tell us what you think about Alt’s new vision for Vogue.

See Vogue Paris’ Preview of their April issue at Vogue.fr

Sasha Pivovarova by Hans Feurer

Isabeli Fontana by David Sims

Malgosia Bela by Josh Olins

Gisele Bundchen by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

Snejana Onopka by Katja Rahlwes

Image Credits | Scans by Diorette & GiseleFans at tFS

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Bare Essentials

March 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue China enlists some of their favorite photographers to present variations on the theme of bare beauty and the results are lovely. Hans Feurer, Daniel Jackson, Liz Collins and Paolo Roversi take natural shots of Liu Wen, Arizona Muse, Carola Remer, Ming Xi and Eniko Mihalik, in this gorgeous portfolio.

Liu Wen by Hans Feurer

Carola Remer by Daniel Jackson

Eniko Mihalik by Liz Collins

Ming Xi by Daniel Jackson

Arizona Muse by Paolo Roversi

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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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