Honorable Mention

June 26th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The model as the muse is a recurring theme in fashion and Glass Magazine features industry icon Carmen Kass for the cover of their latest issue in Summer’s key looks and fine jewelry. In the highly stylized black-and-white editorial, Bojana Tatarska beautifully shoots Kass in Dior, Givenchy, and Stella McCartney styled by Editor-in-Chief, Nicola Kavanagh. Standing to “honour” the warm season, the issue has a little bit of everything from their new venture into the world of design and architecture, to an exposé on esteemed photographer Fan Ho, to the humanitarian efforts of four professionals that are fighting to rid the World of HIV.

See more of the images below and pick up the latest issue on newsstands now.

Photography – Bojana Tatarska, Stylist/Fashion Editor – Nicola Kavanagh, Hair – Cyril Laloue, Make-up – Maria Olsson (Jed Root), Nails – Laura Forget (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

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Cara’s Cover!

June 19th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

It was only a matter of time before Cara Delevingne got her first solo American Vogue cover. The July issue of the glossy is fronted by the cult-status model and actress photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. For the editorial, the Paper Town actress is styled by Tonne Goodman in Prada’s fall collection and is accompanied by co-star Nat Wolf. Vogue also put together a very sentimental video compilation of friends like Taylor Swift, Binx Walton and Kendall Jenner celebrating her big moment. Models.com remembers when Cara stopped by the office way back when in 2011 and, as she does, charmed her way into our hearts. See her talking about her love for performing here.

To see the full story go to Vogue.com

Cara Delevingne by Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce), Styling by Tonne Goodman, Makeup by Dick Page (Jed Root), Hair by Garren

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Bare Essentials

June 8th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Russh magazine’s summer issue “Just As You Are” beauty is stripped down it its bare essentials: “Everyone agrees real beauty is the point where you decide to go with what you’ve got,” opens Editor in Chief Jess Blanch. Who better to encapsulate the mag’s motif than Sam Rollinson who naturally gleams on the cover simply photographed by Ward Ivan Rafik. Nastya Sten works gold and purple glitter paint ever so slightly in the beauty story also shot by Rafik with makeup artfully applied in shapes by Stevie Huynh with slick wettish hair by Brian Buenaventura. A second beauty story (this is the beauty issue after all) by James Nelson and Makeup artist Victoria Baron takes a more modest approach with simple rouge accents on lovely Eilika Meckbach. Have a look at the Models.com exclusive preview below and see the entire issue on stands June 11th.

Images courtesy of Russh

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Sam Rollinson by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), Styling byVerity Parker (Jed Root), Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Niamh Quinn
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Eilika Meckbach by Jamie Nelson, Styling by Billie Iveson, Hair by Alan White, Makeup by Victoria Baron

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Claudia Wilkinson by James Nelson, Styling by Billie Iveson, Hair by Pete Lennon, Makeup by Claire Thomson
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Jessica Stam by James Nelson, Styling by Billie Iveson, Hairy by Renya Xydis, Makeup by Victoria Baron
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Nastya Sten by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), Styling by Catherine Newell-Hanson (Home Agency), Hair by Brian Buenaventura (Management + Artists), Makeup by Stevie Huynh (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), Manicurist Eri Handa, Casted by Larissa Gunn
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Waleska Gorczevski byWard Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), Styling by Michelle Cameron (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY), Hair by Brian Buenaventura (Management + Artists), Makeup by Asami Taguchi (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA)

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Spring Clean

May 12th, 2015 |Posted by jonathanshia

Spring may have just barely started, but Spanish menswear magazine Varón Magazine is already looking ahead to the rest of the year, with a Summer/Autumn issue celebrating rebirth and renewal, out now. Coverboy Julius Gerhardt makes a striking comeback, fresh off walking for Prada exclusively in January after coming out of a life-threatening coma. Piczo opens the issue with a celebration of British designers, from upstarts like Craig Green and J.W. Anderson to old standbys Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood, styled by Hugo Lavín on Simon Fitskie.

Editorials by Lonny Spence and Yann Faucher lead into Autumn 2015 previews by Nacho Pinedo and Mark Kean, while interviews with Marni’s Consuelo Castiglione, Zegna’s Stefano Pilati, and Pablo Coppola of Bally add some heft. Rising designer Lou Dalton expounds on the merits of apprenticeships, and Frances Corner, head of the London College of Fashion, insists on the value of higher education—even in an age of rising tuition fees and diminishing job prospects. Varón has always celebrated the unconventional—previous cover stars include flamenco dancer Yiyo and parfumier Ben Gorham—and this tenth issue proves no different, with a profile on Jon-Allan Butterworth, the paracyclist who lost an arm in a rocket attack in Iraq and went on to win three silver medals at the Paralympic Games in London. Take an exclusive first look at the issue below.

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Julius Gerhardt Photographer Mark Kean | styling Adam Winder


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Simon Fitskie PhotographerPiczo | styling Hugo Lavín


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Jack Mather and Danny Keeves Photographer Piczo | styling Way Perry (Jed Root)


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George Kirkup-Delph Photographer Charlotte Hadden | styling Hugo Lavín


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Jon Allan Butterworth (cyclist) Photographer Lonny Spence | styled by Hugo Lavín


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Kristoffer Hasslevall Photographer Nacho Pinedo | styling Natalia Bengoechea


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Jake Lucas Photographer Lonny Spence | styling by Hugo Lavín


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Maxim by Photographer Yann Faucher | styling by Ylias Nacer


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Joe Ragget and Oliver Brooke by Nacho Pinedo | styling Hugo Lavín

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Food For Thought

May 8th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Steven Meisel‘s latest offering for Vogue Italia has newcomer Kayla Scott looking enticingly delectable in Spring’s latest wares. There’s a full course offering in the dilapidated, motel setting and has unique, edgy newcomers like Cierra Skye, Damaris Goddrie, Willow Hand, Tamy Glauser, and Josh Upshaw. Meisel is always about new talent and with the superb styling of Karl Templer, the newest crop is sure to be on everyone’s radar now. With a cool casting and contemplative mood, this stands as a refreshing editorial on newsstands. For a special behind the scenes video, check out Vogue.it.

Photographer Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) | Stylist Karl Templer (Streeters London) | Set designer Mary Howard | Hair Guido Palau (Art + Commerce) | Makeup Pat McGrath (Streeters London) | Manicurist Jin Soon Choi (Jed Root) | Models Kayla Scott
Cierra Skye, Damaris Goddrie, Eilika Meckbach, Josh Upshaw, Molly Bair, Nyima Ward,Tamy Glauser, and Willow Hand

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Heart of Spain

May 7th, 2015 |Posted by jonathanshia

After the success of the premier issue of EY! Boy Collection—with a hundred pages of new face Garrett Taber shot by Bruce Weber—Luis Venegas’ latest project celebrates the youth of his home country Spain with an issue photographed entirely by Daniel Riera starring the brand-new Jose Tengiz, who just signed with 5th Models in Barcelona on the strength of his youthful appeal showcased here in his first shoot. Over a hundred pages, Riera captures the energetic Tengiz, who has some of the cheeky charm of a young Mark Wahlberg, leaping off docks, rolling in the sand, and practicing the parkour that has been his longtime hobby. Discovered after reaching out to Spanish stylist Josie on Twitter, Tengiz is, as the back cover describes, “filled with energy, strength, beauty, and enthusiasm—some of the most positive values typically associated with youth.” Take a look at our exclusive preview of the issue—now available for sale at ByLuisVenegas.com—and accompanying video of Tengiz in action, below.

Photographed by Daniel Riera (Jed Root)
Video Edited by Juanjo Martinez (juanjosmart.com)
Styled by Josie
Grooming by José Sequi
EY! Boy Collection Editors: Luis Venegas + Leo Rydell Jost

EY! BOY COLLECTION Vol.1 No.2 Jose Tengiz by Daniel Riera from By Luis Venegas on Vimeo.

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Lurve Actually

May 7th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Lurve Magazine’s ninth issue themed “Visually, Precisely” the indie mag wanted photography itself to be the creative thrust, so assembling art photographers and image aficionados like Giasco Bertoli and Valerio Spada, who typically operate outside of fashion, made complete sense to shoot the two covers. Philo-philes can embrace the Céline laden cover stars styled by Moreno Galatà. Sure-to-be-hit Poppy Okotcha looks simply sweet in natural light by Spada and Taja Feistner brings the edge, shot in Bertoli’s raw manner. Other editorials by Estelle Hanania with Yulia Musieichuck and Sara Van Pée keep in line with those honest and candid aesthetics, whereas Edith Bergfors’ rich and contrasty images explore form. See the exclusive issue preview below.

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Poppy Okotcha by Valerio Spada, Styling by Moreno Galatà, Hair & Makeup Joanna Banach
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Taja Feistner by Giasco Bertoli, Styling by Moreno Galatà, Hair & Makeup Sergio Corvacho (Walter Schupfer Management)
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Karly Loyce by Kin, Styling by Raffaella Campeggi, Hair Takuya Uchiyama, Makeup by Carolina Albertini
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Diane by Valerio Spada
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Marylou Moll & Viktoria Machajdik by Andrea Artemisio, Styling by Moreno Galatà, Hair by Ana Rodiguez, Makeup by Micol Salvioni
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Jun by Seishi Shirakawa, Styling by Hiroyuki Kubo, Hair by Uco, Make Up by Nagisa
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Taja Feistner by Giasco Bertoli, Styling by Moreno Galatà, Hair & Makeup Sergio Corvacho (Walter Schupfer Management)
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By Eva Baales, Styling by Alessandra Conti, Hair and Makeup by Philippe Miletto
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Yulia Musieichuck and Sara Van Pée by Estelle Hanania, Styling by Nina Walbecq, Hair by Yuji Okuda, Makeup by Inge Grognard (Jed Root)
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By Edith Bergfors, Styling by Moreno Galatà, Hair & Makeup by Takuya Uchiyama
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I am Legend

April 27th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Vogue Brasil’s fortieth birthday, they laud none other than their own Brazilian legend, Gisele Bundchen. Though she walked her last show in the recent São Paolo Fashion Week, ending 20 years on the runway, the mega-model and mother continues to raise her fabled career to even more illustrious proportions. The cover shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin puts an unclothed and statuesque Gisele on a pedestal looking absolutely immortal. A very apropos choice.

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Photographer Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin | Creative Director Giovanni Bianco | Hair Didier Malige (Art Partner) | Makeup Dick Page (Jed Root)

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