Dynasty

June 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The Jagger women have always had an allure all their own and Yelena Yemchuk taps into that for Vogue Italia‘s latest issue. Mom Jerry Hall joins daughters Elizabeth Jagger & Georgia May Jagger in a dreamy series of images by Yemchuk, shot in a proper country house complete with sprawling gardens and elegant decay. Cathy Kasterine dresses the trio in styles that reflect their individual styles, while Rudi Lewis (Management + Artists) and Romy Soleimani (Management + Artists) provide the story with its high gloss finish, making Jerry, Elizabeth and Georgia May look natural yet impossibly glamorous.

See the full story in the MDC Fashion Database 

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Editorial Inspiration: Donna Jordan

December 14th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Once you get past the main editorial and its glossy tribute to the timeless Jerry Hall, the new Vogue Italia offers you a look at another iconic blonde beauty of the 1970s. Though perhaps lesser known than some of her disco-era ilk, Donna Jordan ranks among the most influential models of all time. Before Lara Stone was even born, Donna was the bleach browed, gap-toothed beauty who set the trend. Whether she was being shot by photographers like Helmut Newton, Guy Bourdin and Oliviero Toscani, or appearing in Andy Warhol films Donna demanded the attention of the fashion crowd. Paolo Roversi‘s colorful tribute to her unique style casts Iselin Steiro as the titular 70s beauty and captures her look wonderfully.

THE ORIGINAL

Donna covers Vogue Italia & Vogue Paris, 1970

With fellow super star, Pat Cleveland

Donna by Oliviero Toscani for Vogue Paris, 1972


THE INTERPRETATION

‘A Singular Blond Beauty by Paolo Roversi- styled by Jacob K, Makeup by Sam Bryant | Image courtesy D and V Management, see the full story on D and V’s website

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Editorial Inspiration : Jerry Hall

December 4th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Open up the new Vogue Italia and you’ll see the stunning Vanessa Axente looking amazing in Steven Meisel‘s ultra-chic imagery, but take a closer look and you may get a case of deja vu. Don’t those long blonde waves look familiar, isn’t the outsized eroticism and in your face glamour reminiscent of a time, a place? If you started to hear the Rolling Stones playing the background and got a distinctly 70s feel from the entire endeavor, you’re on the right track. Meisel looks back to the iconic allure of Jerry Hall and the saturated, decadent imagery of the disco era. You’ll see hints of Helmut Newton, Willie Christie, Antonio Lopez and more in Meisel’s images, while Karl Templer transforms Resort pieces into over the top looks fit for Studio 54. With a swipe of Pat McGrath applied red lipstick and a Guido Palau coiffed waves, Vanessa transforms into a latter day Jerry, while Marlon Teixeira provides the manpower. View the full story on Vogue.it.

THE ORIGINAL

Jerry Hall by Antonio Lopez

Jerry and Antonio Lopez by Norman Parkinson

Jerry by Willie Christie

THE INTERPRETATION

Vanessa Axente and Marlon Teixeira by Steven Meisel | View the full story on Vogue.it

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Love Rocks

October 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Rockstars and models have never been able to resist each other – Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, David Bowie and Iman, Seal and Heidi Klum, the list goes on and on. Vogue Russia‘s November issue devotes itself to the latest couple to merge the best of music and fashion – the stunning Anne Vyalitsyna and her boyfriend Maroon 5’s Adam Levine. The photogenic twosome goes au naturel for Alix Malka‘s images and it makes for one steamy shoot.

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Step It Up!

February 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Jerry Hall by Sølve Sundsbø

Fashion and fun are two words that should go together, yet most magazines fail to realize it and that is where Ponystep comes in. Launching during Paris fashion week, the biannual aims to bring the glee back to the pages of magazines where it belongs! Editor in chief Richard Mortimer launched the publication as a website two years ago, but March brings their first print edition. With contributors ranging from Solve Sundsbo, Dan Jackson, Ben Weller, Juergen Teller, Julie Verhoeven and Tim Blanks, you can see why we’re very excited for this one! MDC spoke to Ponystep fashion director, Phoebe Arnold, for a glimpse of all the magazine has to offer.


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MDC: How long has ponystep been around and what issue is this?

This is the first issue of Ponystep in print. Ponystep started as an online magazine nearly three years ago, though we haven’t done anything on it for the last six months, we’ve been too busy working on this issue! The website will be relaunching imminently though…


Terry Tsiolis

MDC: Where did the name come from?

It’s a very long and drunken story. It all started out as a bit of a joke and we’ve been stuck with it ever since! It’s quite good though, don’t you think?

Jeneil Williams by Ben Weller

MDC: Why did you choose the models for this cover?

It’s the inspiration issue, and both Kylie Minogue and Jerry Hall are completely inspirational. Actually that’s just an excuse, it was sheer self-indulgence, we just love them.


Hannelore Knuts by Paul Wetherell

MDC: What do you hope to offer that sets you apart from other mags?

We want to make fashion fun again. It’s uncompromising, but still accessible to everybody.

Ponystep launches during Paris Fashion week with a party in collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

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Bits and Bytes: 3 Men and a Young Lady (updated)

August 7th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

Untitled from Victor Del Toro on Vimeo. Madison is 5’10” and 15 years old, a classical South Carolina beauty comes to us from Vision LA.

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Lansing’s face by Didio is very expensive.

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Mikael Larsson with Red Model Management. An unconventional beauty. (Ph by Jon Malinowski)

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Sam from Boss Models is a sculptor.
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Noot Seear is Canadian, totally cool and in the new Twilight movie, here she talks to Style.com and is very funny.

What do Erin O’Connor, Georgia May Jagger, Karen Elson, Naomi Campbelll, Jerry Hall, Thandie Newton, Elizabeth Jagger, Susie Bick and Elizabeth Hurley have in common? They will now be at Tess Management in London (formerly Independent Models). Tess, comprised of Tori Edwards and Sian Steel will debut in September 2009.

Here’s the preliminary New York Fashion Week calendar and here it is at the Tents.

Here’s the milliner background story behind that goooorgeous Madonna headpiece that Linda Evangelista wears.

Padma Lakshmi, photographed by Steven Meisel for her new jewelry line, is really as stunning in person as she is in the campaign.

Erotic magazine Jacques is going high class, in the fashion of French Playboy.

Untitled from Victor Del Toro on Vimeo.

Also 15 and out of Vision LA today is the lovely 5’9″ Maggiemae.

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Ladies First

February 13th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Too often modeling can be a form of child’s play – most models strutting their stuff down the runway are barely old enough to drive let alone drink. With our culture’s youth obsession it’s easy to forget that true beauty can be the product of age and experience, not just pristine genes.

Leave it to a true legend like Jerry Hall to remind us of the merits of maturity. Karl Lagerfeld tapped into Hall’s inner siren for Chanel’s latest accessories campaign where Jerry plays Baptiste Giabiconi‘s lady love. Literature fans will recognize Colette’s Cheri as the inspiration but anyone can enjoy the elegant images and their coy seductiveness. Youngsters take note, this is how you do it!

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