The Look of Daniele & Iango

April 6th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

There are a lot of talented people on the scene, but it is rare to see a fresh photographer break through the glass ceiling. Let’s face it – most of the high profile work still goes to names like Testino / Lindbergh / Meisel, etc.  and while we love all those greats – charting the progress of newer talent can be riveting.  Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi are in the midst of an editorial moment right now, with beautiful work appearing in i-D Magazine, Vogue Japan, Vogue Germany and V Magazine.

The duo showcases a great deal of versatility within their work, but each image is marked by a certain off-kilter elegance. Whether it is China Machado carefully adding a Rick Owens hair comb to Shalom Harlow‘s up-do, or Natasha Poly posed like a debutante in seafoam Chanel, the pictures are always refined: every detail just so, not a hair out of place. Speaking of which, Danielle and Iango’s refined style is always enhanced by the genius hair stylings of their frequent collaborator Luigi Murenu.

Stylist: Patti Wilson | Hair: Luigi Murenu | Makeup: Stephane Marais | Models: Carolyn Murphy, Isabeli Fontana, Guinevere Van Seenus, Shalom Harlow & China Machado for i-D Magazine

Stylist: George Cortina | Hair: Luigi Murenu | Makeup: Jeanine Lobell | Model: Natasha Poly for Vogue Japan

Stylist: Joanne Blades | Hair: Luigi Murenu | Makeup: Karim Rahman | Casting: Julia Lange | Models: Eniko Mihalik, Snejana Onopka, Iris Strubegger & Karolina Kurkova for Vogue Germany

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Pure & Simple

March 13th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Peter Lindbergh.
Iris Strubegger.
Vogue Germany.

Who says a great cover shot needs to be complicated; the April German Vogue gives us straight forward and evocative image that captures everything we love about Lindbergh’s work and Iris’ allure.

For more on the issue check out Vogue.de

Hair Armin Morbach | Makeup Emmanuel Sammartino | Styling Florentine Pabst

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Berlin Wave

July 20th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion is always changing and some of the most engaging design comes from fresh talents whose names you may not have heard of yet. Vogue Germany shines a light on some incredible designers coming out of Berlin in a striking story by Greg Harris. Styled by Christiane Arp and feauturing the stark beauty of Iris Strubegger and Katrin Thormann, the engaging studio edit showcases work from talents like Michael Sontag, Vladimir Karaleev, David Tomaszewski and design duo Augustin Teboul.

HAIR Christian Wood MAKEUP Steven Canavan MANICURE Tricia C. Pahl

Scan Credit | Helligirl @ tFS

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Tush Push

February 4th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The latest issue of Tush pushes all the right buttons with page after page of pure eye-candy. From the staggering covers by Txema Yeste, Hugh Lippe, Armin Morbach and Yu Tsai to the
energetic editorials inside the issue is an absolute pleasure. Take a look at our special sneak peek – these pictures speak for themselves and be sure to check out the special behind the scenes with Anne Vyalitsyna video too!



Viktoriya Sasonkina
by Txema Yeste | Anne Vyalitsyna by Yu Tsai

Rianne Ten Haken by Hugh Lippe | Iris Strubegger by Txema Yeste

Eveline Hall by Armin Morbach | Luisa Bianchin by Armin Morbach

Johnny Harrington by Armin Morbach

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Spring Awakening

December 15th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

S/S Campaigns are trickling in and from the looks of it we can expect an exciting and inventive season of fresh ads. Two of our favorites to debut are from houses who consistently provide great imagery.

Juergen Teller creates a colorful romp for Marc Jacobs’ ads, featuring Caroline Brasch Nielsen and Masha Kirsanova. Wearing straw hats and bright 70s inspired looks from the collection, the duo looks reminiscent of Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver.

Givenchy’s spring ads by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott are minimal and stark – in contrast to last season’s bright poppy colors. The campaign featuring Daphne Groeneveld, albino male model Stephen Thompson, Iris Strubegger and of course, Mariacarla Boscono.

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Fur Trade

November 3rd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Steven Meisel creates a vision of androgynous beauty taking Freja Beha Erichsen, Iselin Steiro, Alla Kostromichova, Iris Strubegger, Andrej Pejic, Michael Tintiuc, Tomek Szczukiecki and shooting them in nothing but fur and leather selected by Karl Templer, the result is an elegant and simple story that showcases the beauty of the human form.






Image Credit | Z Fashion Blog

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Quicksilver

August 26th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott are everywhere this month bringing their signature look to editorials and campaigns, in the brand new issue of Interview the duo transforms Christina Kruse and Iris Strubegger into bleached blonde androids with a flair for fashion. Colorist Laurie Foley, gives the girls their silver locks, while Sarajane Hoare dresses them in futuristic looks from Versace, Balenciaga and more to create a strong and stylized studio edit.


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An Unusual Woman

August 20th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Karl Lagerfeld knows his fashion history, so when he pays tribute to one of his idols it is sure to make for a special editorial. In the latest Bazaar Karl recreates the look of socialite Daisy Fellowes, who was known for her exquisite beauty, effortless chic and eccentric lifestyle. With her dramatic features Iris Strubegger is the perfect choice for the role of Daisy and Brana Wolf‘s elegant styling captures the glamour of society dress in the 1930s-40s, but it is Karl’s affection for Daisy’s legacy that really comes through in the pictures.

Image Credit | Scans by teacakes @ tfs

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