10 Magazine Gets Fresh with Fall

August 18th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Touching on the gamut of autumn’s fashion notes, 10 Magazine hit the stands yesterday with multiple covers following a revamp. Though, nothing overly autumnal here. From the looks of things, 10’s fall is about fun and flash. Lindsey Wixson‘s beauty cover by Donna Trope keeps things crisp and rosy with floral accessories adding just enough gloss. Meghan Collison by Richard Burbridge is a reminder that chic is always modern, and Harleth Kuusik‘s cover by Dominick Sheldon reflects on a waning summer while looking forward to this season’s color palette. These three ladies of the moment were styled by 10’s own editor-in-chief Sophia Neophitou, while newcomer Unia Pakhomova’s cover by CG Watkins was styled by Hector Castro10 Men Magazine also has multiple cover stars: Lucky Blue Smith, Matthias K, Rory Cooper and Dylan Bell. All play around with more asymmetrical poses donning the latest wares for the guys, styled by Hector Castro.

 

Lindsey Wixson by Donna Trope / stylist Sophia Neophitou

Meghan Collison by Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Sophia Neophitou / Hair Yannick D’Is (Management + Artists) / Makeup Francelle Daly (Art + Commerce)

Harleth Kuusik by Dominick Sheldon / Stylist Sophia Neophitou / Hair Pierpaolo Lai / Makeup Susie Sobol

Unia Pakhomova by CG Watkins / Stylist Hector Castro

Lucky Blue Smith by Magnus Unnar

Matthias K by Dominick Sheldon / Stylist Hector Castro / Hair Ramona Eschbach (Jed Root) / Makeup Hugo Villard (Atomo Management)

Rory Cooper by Alessio Bolzoni (Atomo Management) / Stylist Hector Castro / Hair Ramona Eschbach (Jed Root) / Makeup Alice Ghendrih (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)

Dylan Bell by Charlotte Wales

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RUSSH Goes Abroad

August 4th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The always paradisal Russh Magazine relays their Aussie bliss for the rest of us in “The Global Issue”. A message that is gladly received, especially with the sublime, local muse Gemma Ward fronting the issue splendent in a pastel sundown – photographed by Stephen Ward. Prefacing the editorials, editor in chief Jess Blanch hones in on the issue’s message, “Today our universe seems bigger and more giant than ever and yet somehow we’re now all closer than we ever thought possible … Geography is irrelevant. ‘Home’, an adaptable notion. And suddenly we have the power to be everywhere and yet nowhere, at once.” Destinations abound and abroad, the unmistakable streets of Los Angeles serve as a tinsel backdrop for Blair Getz Mezibov‘s editorial with up-and-comer Chloe Wheatcroft. Or travel to the idyllic Swiss Alps and indulge in the beautiful Laura Kampman photographed by Rahel Weiss. This issue also features Russh’s first ever “Men’s Special” with 48 pages of men’s stories like Reuben Ramacher photographed as a man about town by Nick Hudson and styled by Bridie Gilbert. Finally, pristine is the key word for the beauty story with Katryn Kruger, photographed by Matthew Sprout and teamed by Dale Delaporte and Nina Park, all working finely tuned within the realm of shadows and contrast. The rest of the wanderlust inducing stories can be seen in The “Global” issue when it hits stands August 6th.

 

Images courtesy of Russh Magazine

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Model Gemma Ward by Stephen Ward / Styling Billie Iveson / Hair Alan White / Makeup Victoria Baron


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Model Chloe Wheatcroft / Photography Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK ) / Styling Ilona Hamer / Hair Charles McNair (Jed Root) / Makeup Sandra Ganzer / Casted Paul Isaac


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Model Laura Kampman / Photography Rahel Weiss / Styling Bridie Gilbert / Hair and Makeup Rebecca Wordingham / Casting David Steven Wilton


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Model Reuben Ramacher / Photography Nick Hudson / Styling Bridie Gilbert / Grooming Giulio Panciera / Casting Larissa Gunn


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Katryn Kruger by Matthew Sprout / Styling Ilona Hamer / Hair Dale Delaporte / Makeup Nina Park

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See Inside: Let’s Panic Issue 2

July 20th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Straddling the margins between art and fashion, Issue 2 of Let’s Panic Magazine is trickling into stands in the U.S.A. now and Europe to follow.  The large format, in-your-face magazine, the project of photographer Greg Kadel, is a collection of inspired editorials, hued from the bold and experimental to the indulgent to the introspective. The thoughtful list of creators and contributors is worthy of praise – Boo George, Mario Sorrenti, Jeff Bark, Jennifer Starr, Judy Blame and Mark Lebon to name a few. On that note, Editor in Chief, Aaron Ward writes, “Of all the steps taken in the creation of an issue of Let’s Panic, the one we most enjoy is the exploratory stage, the part where meetings and conversations introduce us to new people, novel ideas and undiscovered creative twists.”

Inside the magazine, Greg Kadel photographs Jac Jagaciak for a vivid, varicolored beauty story. Shot through water that shifts the light, beauty team Fulvia Farolfi and Nicolas Jurnjack  produce gorgeous tides of blues, rouges and yellows. Editor-slash-photographer Aaron Ward abstractly shoots a model pressed against a pane of glass, to the effect of leaves pressed in a book.  Other editorials breathe life into archival images, like the cover image from Mario Sorrenti’s black-and-white, road trip portraits or casting director Jennifer Starr’s multitude of polaroids.

See more of the magazine below and buy it directly: here.


By Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)


 


Jac Jagaciak by Greg Kadel, Makeup by Fulvia Farolfi (New York: Bryan Bantry, Paris: ArtList Paris), Hair by Nicolas Jurnjack (Management + Artists)


 


Eliza Cummings by Aaron Ward, Styling by Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London), Makeup by Mariel Barrera, Hair by Ward Stegerhoek


 


By Yelena Yemchuk, Styled by Havana Laffitte (Streeters New York)


 


Photography and works by Bob Recine


 


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By Judy Blame (Camilla Lowther Management) and Mark Lebon


 


Michael Bailey Gates by Frank B (Print & Contact), Stylist Jaime Kay Waxman (Tim Howard Management), Makeup Maki H, Hair Neil Grupp


 


By Kava Gorna (Jed Root)


 


Linn Arvidsson by Theo Sion, Styling by Alice Goddard


 


Polaroids by Jennifer Starr

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Trending Topics

July 13th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

W Magazine explores the luxurious fall collections that touch on motifs of extreme design detail to simplified elegance. The all-star casting of some of the biggest and brightest models of color as the stage players range from Ajak Deng, Anais Mali, Binx Walton, matched with newcomers Amilna Estevao, Aya Jones, & Tami Williams in all their curly glory. Captured by Emma Summerton and styling from Edward Enninful, the visually stunning editorial blends retro vibes with futuristic attitude.

To see the full story check out W Magazine.

Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management), Fashion Editor/Stylist – Edward Enninful (Art + Commerce), Hair – Jimmy Paul, Makeup – Dick Page (Jed Root), Nails – Dawn Sterling, Set Design – Stefan Beckman (Exposure NY)

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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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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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