Lily Aldridge Sizzles Over the Summer

July 14th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Heading into August, the summer months brought a good haul for Lily AldridgeCarolina Herrera‘s FW 15 campaign plus the face of their fragrance, covering both L’Officiel & L’Officiel Netherlands and she’s fronting this month’s Vogue Turkey. The Victoria’s Secret Angel, who also can be seen in Taylor Swift‘s model-studded music video for “Bad Blood” and part of the pop-star’s real life squad, is definitely having a summer sizzle moment. Front and center for Vogue Turkey, David Bellemere photographs her gracefully posed against a lush and blooming backdrop. For Herrera, Lily is clothed in rose red looking extra sophisticated. The L’Officiel covers, both lensed by Hugh Lippe and styled by Keegan Singh, find two fashion facets of the Angel–for the Netherlands, they keep things red-hot with warm tones and undone hair.  For Paris the look is polished, cool and fresh having the American model pose beachside. Hopefully Lily’s summer winning keeps rolling into the fall.

Photographed by David Bellemere, Styled by Konca Aykan, Makeup by Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), Hair by Edward Lampley (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)

Both photographed by Hugh Lippe, Styled by Keegan Singh (New York: Streeters New York, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles)

Photographed by Mario Testino (Art Partner)

Lily Aldridge, Blanca Padilla, Fabrizio Silva, Tomas Guarracino and Justice Joslin by Mario Testino (Art Partner)

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American Blonde

October 14th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

W Magazine American Blonde from on Vimeo.

The myth of the American Blonde is brought to life by Hugh Lippe and William Town for W Magazine with an atmospheric new film. Shot against an industrial backdrop the film tells the story of a mysterious blonde beauty who sweeps into town and seduces every person she crosses – even when they’re only watching her on CCTV. Naturally, the story doesn’t play out in a straightforward fashion – subtle nods to surveillance culture and the gritty underground films of the 70s create a vibe that gives the film its hint of danger. As always Anna delivers, providing just the right mix of sensuality and confidence to keep viewers captivated until the final frame.

Director Hugh Lippe on American Blonde : We (William Town and I) sat down with the task of creating something unique for W’s media section. Throughout writing the treatment, a conversation began regarding the process of ‘image making’ and the dynamic of fashion videos. I believe at one point, after much discussion, we said, “%*$#-it, lets make a ‘rough’ film look cinematic…”. Anna, a German native, is stunningly gorgeous. She the type of model that can work couture along side the most interesting, sharp and stunning androgynous models, yet a guy from any geographic point will take their eyes off the road to ‘check her out’. She embodies a sentiment to me reminiscent of the supermodels in the 80’s, they were ‘hot’, a poster on the wall. Once we put this German beauty through our the ‘process’ she in turn became the ‘American Blonde’.

See the full film on W

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A New Side

March 4th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Hugh Lippe Fei Fei from on Vimeo.

Fei Fei Sun is a versatile modeling star, but photographers typically depict her showing a glamorous side in editorials. For the latest issue of FAT Magazine Hugh Lippe reveals a whole new layer of Fei Fei’s appeal with a gritty story that showcases the beauty’s capacity for carrying off even the edgiest fashions with aplomb. Lippe’s stark black and white shots take Fei Fei to gritty locales and feature an array of androgynous styles selected by stylist Karen Kaiser (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York). Displaying a nonchalant cool and ease in front of Lippe’s lens the dazzling star has never looked cooler than in these compelling new shots.

Makeup: Karan Franjola| Hair: David von Cannon (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York) | Manicurist: Gina Edwards | Set Design: Jason Horavath










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First Look: Exit

January 16th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

London based glossy Exit Magazine has always provided a thrilling mix of fashion contributions from cutting edge photographers, interviews with up and coming talent and an appealingly fresh perspective. For 2014 the magazine continues its tradition of excellence with new content from contributors like Aitken Jolly, Hugh LippeSam Ranger and Heathermary Jackson that is every bit as edgy and exciting as you’d expect. Take a first look inside the new issue of Exit with our exclusive preview below and for more check out Exit




It’s the Way | Ph. Aitken Jolly | ST: Sam Ranger | Model: Tess H



Come As You Are | Ph: Hugh Lippe | St: Heathermary Jackson | Model: Megan Thompson



Boys Don’t Cry | Ph: Arno Frugier | St: Michelle Cameron | Model: Alana Bunte




Fur Real | Ph:Jens Langjkaer | St: Sam Ranger | Model: Irina N




Objet (petit) | Ph: Joachim Mueller-Rucholtz | St: Jason Hughes | Model: Elizabeth Erm




Chanel | Ph:Michael Schwartz | St: Aeri Yun | Model: Heidi Mount




Nocturne | Ph: Rory Payne | St: Jason Hughes

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First Look : Russh

December 5th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Russh wraps up a stella year with a feminine focused issue filled with striking fashion moments. Beloved Aussie model Catherine McNeil covers the December/January edition in a refined shot by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York) that captures her allure perfectly. The ‘Venus Rises” tagline on the frontpage serves as theme for the issue, which is dedicated to the theme of womanhood. Inside you’ll find inspirational features with the likes of Jodie Kidd, Yumi Lambert & many more.

Take a first look at Russh’s exquisite editorials below and for even more be sure to check out RUSSH





Ph. Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York) | Fashion Editor – Gillian Wilkins| Hair – Ward Stegerhoek  | Makeup – Niki Mnray | Model – Catherine McNeil




Ph. Hugh Lippe | Fashion Editor – Heathermary Jackson | Hair – Conrad Dornan | Makeup – Tracy Alfajora | Model – Frida Aasen




Ph. Kira Bunse | Fashion Editor –Anna Schiffel | Hair – Ramona Eschbach | Makeup – Kathy le Sant | Model – Adwoa Aboah




Ph. James Nelson | Fashion Editor – Billie Iveson | Hair – Ramona Eschbach | Makeup – Kathy le Sant  | Model – Marthe Wiggers

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Black Magic

October 16th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

What happens when a fearless model and a boundary pushing photographer join forces? Take a look inside the latest issue of the journal at Hugh Lippe‘s witchy story starring Crystal Renn. The edgy shoot is steeped in occult imagery – pentagrams, brooms and other dark artifacts, but things never get overly literal. Instead we’re treated to a take no prisoners editorial that pits extreme luxury against a rustic setting. Stylist Natasha Royt works wild looks from Celine, Valentino and Haider Ackermann into the mix upping the fashion quotient. Crystal bares her body and her soul as Lippe captures her uninhibited performance to create an exciting collaboration between photographer and model.

Make-up – Karan Franjola | Hair – Leo Manetti

Preivew the story and exclusive bonus images below

















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First Look : Exit

December 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The new issue of Exit Magazine is filled with things we love; exciting photography talent, models of the moment and a creative take on the season’s fashion standouts. Inside you’ll find new editorial eye-candy from Aitken Jolly, Hugh Lippe, Mel Bles, Steven Pan (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and styled to perfection by Sam Ranger, Michelle CameronJoanne Blades and more. You’ll also spot appearances by a host of modeling faves, including Anais Pouliot, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Ava Smith, Asia Piwka,Rutger Schoone and Patricia van der Vliet. Models aside, what captivates us most about Exit is its unique way of presenting editorials with artistry, take a look at Patricia as artist Kembra Pfahler for a prime example.

Ava Smith by Benny Horne, fashion by Catherine Newell-Hanson

Anais Pouliot by Tung Walsh, fashion by Sam Ranger

Kasia Struss by Hugh Lippe, fashion by Joanne Blades

Rutger Schoone by Mel Bles, fashion by Jason Hughes

Patricia van der Vliet by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Sam Ranger

Jacquelyn Jablonski by Steven Pan (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists), fashion by Michelle Cameron

Karlina Caune by Dancian (De Facto), fashion by Hanna Kelifa

Asia Piwka by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Sam Ranger

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Fueled Up

December 3rd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

We’re used to seeing Daria Strokous looking beyond elegant in ads for Jil Sander and Dior, but it is always interesting to see a photographer take the refined beauty in another direction. Hugh Lippe uncovers the edge beneath Ms. Strokous’ refined exterior in a new story for FAT Magazine that showcases another side of the Russian beauty. Focusing on a look that is raw and edgy with a hint of danger, Lippe along with stylist Joanne Blades create a compelling alternative to the typical fashion edit – check out the story, exclusive outtakes and the accompanying fashion film below.

HAIR Leonardo Manetti | MAKEUP Karan Franjola | MANICURE Tracylee

FUELED UP – Daria Strokous by Hugh Lippe for FAT Magazine from on Vimeo.


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