Amazing Grace

November 12th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

With her delicate features and bright blue eyes, Grace Hartzel is one of the prettiest models to grace the pages of fashion glossies of late, but don’t let the doll-like beauty fool you Grace is a force to be reckoned with. Over the past few months Grace has been steadily racking up a slew of impressive editorials, working with some of fashion’s coolest publications and best photographers. With three editorials in a row in Vogue Paris, a chic only-girl story in the latest Interview Magazine and compelling shots in British Vogue all eyes are on Grace. Coming off the heels of an impressive season (and exclusive) season is an accomplishment, but following it up with editorial after editorial of quality is what makes a model a star.

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Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) (Photographer) / Elin Svahn (Stylist) / Rudi Lewis (Management + Artists) (Hair Stylist) / Francelle Daly (Makeup Artist) / Nicholas Jardins (Set Designer) / Michelle Lee (Casting Director) / See the full story in the fashion database

 


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Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) (Photographer) / Suzanne Koller (Fashion Editor/Stylist) / Shay Ashual (Hair Stylist) /Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) (Makeup Artist) / See the full story in the fashion database


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Venetia Scott (Photographer) / Bay Garnett (Fashion Editor/Stylist) / Neil Moodie (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management )(Hair Stylist) / See the full story in the fashion database

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The Iconoclast

November 7th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Isabella Rossellini.
Interview Magazine.
Bruce Weber. Steven Meisel. Peter Lindbergh. Herb Ritts. Robert Mapplethorpe.

Interview offers an inspired trip through the legendary beauty’s career from her photographic work, to cinematic endeavors. With a portfolio that includes images from nearly every major photographer and an equally diverse range of styles, the piece is a fitting tribute to one of fashion’s foremost personalities.


View the story and accompanying interview at Interview Magazine.com

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Simply Anna

September 5th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Patrick Demarchelier
Karl Templer
Anna Ewers
Interview Magazine

Sometimes the combination of stylist, photographer and model combines to create a series of images with the power to make viewers dream. Together Templer, Demarchelier and Ewers create an evocative black and white studio story for Interview in which each element of the shoot is elevated. Pieces from fashion boundary breakers like Gareth Pugh, Yohji Yamamoto and Phoebe Philo come to life on the dynamic Anna, who showcases each look with gusto. Templer’s selection is heightened by the simple black and white style which gives the editorial a stately feel – perfect for clothes that are on the cutting edge yet maintain a timeless quality.

See the full story on Interview Magazine.com 

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Photographer’s Choice

August 21st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

When it comes to September issues Interview Magazine has raised the bar this year. Enlisting seven of the world’s premiere photographers to capture images of their ideal women Interview unleashed a series of covers high on creativity and filled with an appealing array of women from the world’s of modeling and film. Each image is powerful in its own way whether it is Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner) creating an idealized portrait of supermodel Naomi Campbell or Steven Klein (Art Partner) showcasing the erotic side of Oscar winner Nicole Kidman. With photographers given free reign to execute their images however they like and drive the direction of the September content the issue is heavy on arresting visuals and the kind of full-tilt creative freedom that makes for exciting editorials.

For more on the Photographers Issue head on over to Interview Magazine.com

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Naomi Campbell by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner) / Styled by Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Amber Valletta by Craig McDean / Styled by Karl Templer

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Daria Werbowy by Mikael Jansson / Styled by Karl Templer

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Nicole Kidman by Steven Klein (Art Partner) / Styled by Karl Templer

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Léa Seydoux by Peter Lindbergh / Styled by Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Keira Knightley by Patrick Demarchelier / Styled by Elin Svahn

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Factory Kids

July 29th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Who better to recreate the spirit of Andy Warhol’s Factory than Interview Magazine? The sixties are revisited in gritty fashion by Peter Lindbergh and Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists) who enlist a slew of fresh faces to channel the energy and eclecticism that defined the time period. Casting directors Noah Shelley and Angus Munro select kids with the edge and personality needed to represent the downtown scene, Ronja FurrerHollie May Saker,  Lea Goode, Madison StubbingtonJoel Wolfe, Marley Chapman, Adam Lee, Jacob Bixenman, Mark L, Shannon Clagett and Steffy Argelich take center stage in Lindbergh’s stripped down images looking cool and nonchalant while wearing dressed down designer pieces. Though fashion fanatics are sure to spot modern looks from Proenza Schouler and Saint Laurent Paris among the wares featured in the editorial Lindbergh’s photos could easily pass as candid snapshots from a bygone era.

See the full story on Interview Magazine.com

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Americana

June 17th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Mikael Jansson takes a voyage upstate for a rustic editorial that pairs pieces from fashion’s most luxurious labels with a down home backdrop that speaks to America’s working class roots. Wearing Louis Vuitton and Prada to the local rail-station or back-alley isn’t an every day occurrence, but in the knowing hands of Karl Templer the pieces seem down to earth rather than lofty. As worn by the youthful cast led by Grace Hartzel, Tami Williams, Harleth Kuusik, Nastya Sten, Vanessa Moody, Waleska GorczevskiDani Witt and Julia Hafstrom these designer looks represent the dressed down uniform girls everywhere. With this story Interview Magazine adds another hit to this month’s impressive editorial lineup.

See the full story in the MDC Fashion database

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She’s Got The Look

June 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

A model couldn’t ask for a better debut season than Kendall Jenner and Hollywood beauty continues her rise to the top with an only girl story in Interview Magazine. Mikael Jansson shoots Kendall in a sexy series of shots styled by Karl Templer and clad in revealing ensembles from VersaceAzzedine Alaia and Balmain Kendall looks every inch the star.

See the full story & corresponding interview on Interview Magazine.com 

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Bound Together

May 14th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Prada’s fall runway show memorably paid tribute to the films of Werner Rainer Fassbinder and in the pages of Interview Magazine Craig McDean takes the same point of reference and turns it into an editorial that lives up to it’s inspiration. The always intriguing duo of Kim Peers and Querelle Jansen play off each other on a set that calls to mind that of Fassbinder’s The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant . Piers Hanmer doesn’t miss a beat and his set captures key elements of the films production design – from the elaborate baroque paintings, down to the oversized brass bed. Peers and Jansen take on the roles of controlling designer and submissive assistant with aplomb, adding a touch of sensuality to McDean’s stylized imagery.

View the full story on Interview Magazine.com

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