The Pleasure Principal

December 11th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Pleasure is at the heart of Russh‘s latest issue. Every edition of the Aussie glossy is special, but issue 61 delves into the fantasies, desires and indulgences of Russh’s favorites and that makes for great content. Magdalena Frackowiak graces the cover by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) and lends her seductive touch to the minimalist yet sexy editorial. Inside the issue we’re taken on a series of dreamy trips, with Harry Crowder whisking Josephine Skriver away to sandy shores and Benjamin Vnuk (LUNDLUND) taking Kremi Otashliyska off the beaten path with an luxe hippie story filled with pattern and texture.

For more on the Pleasure Issue visit Russh Magazine.com


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Ph. James Nelson / Fashion Billie Iveson / Model Carly Cripps / Hair & makeup Constance Bowles


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Ph. Benjamin Vnuk (LUNDLUND) / Stylist / Model Kremi Otashliyska / Stylist Verity Parker / Hair Joseph Pujalte (Atomo Management) / Makeup Hugo Villard (Atomo Management)


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Ph. Harry Crowder / Stylist Billie Iveson  / Model Josephine Skriver / Hair & Makeup Nadine Monley


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Ph. Dario Catellani (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) / Stylist Dianna Lunt / Model Anya Lyagoshina / Makeup Lili Choi

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FAT Man Magazine Preview

March 28th, 2014 |Posted by models.com

There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing. Since releasing its first issue in 2008, FAT Magazine has produced unique and compelling content in collaboration with photographers, models, artists, and celebrities. Based in Copenhagen, the biannual glossy has boasted collaborators like Daria Werbowy, Kate Bosworth, and Cass Bird over the past few years. This spring, the team behind Fat Magazine is expanding their brand to men’s fashion with Fat Man Magazine. For their first cover star, Fat Man tapped Kid Cudi on the heels of his latest album release, bringing a focused look at the intersection of fashion, hip-hop, and art that runs through other editorials in the first issue. We caught up with multi talented stylist and editor-in-chief of the glossy, Simon Rasmussen (BRIDGE Artists) to learn more about his inspiration for the issue, and we even learned what his favorite toy is. (text by Matthew Meyer)

COVERHIGHERRESFMPhotographer: Van Sarki (BRIDGE Artists) / Model: Kid Cudi

What made you choose Kid Cudi for the cover?

SR: Kid Cudi represents the creative independent youth. He came from working at the BAPE store on West Broadway where he had his “day-n-nite” hit and now he is featuring in Hollywood movies. We at Fat Man admire men and women that accomplish whatever they set their minds on. Music artists, photographers, models, or any creative talent that gives something to society should be worshipped and Kid Cudi is definitely a creative talent that deserves the attention!

Tell us briefly about your story. How did you get your start in Fashion?

SR: I busted my ass in Copenhagen working as an assistant and by myself for many years making zero money. In Copenhagen you can only do so much so I moved to NYC in 2011 and started on Fat Man last year. It has been a lot of fun and a lot of struggle.

What’s the theme of the issue?

SR: The theme is Fashion, Attributes and Things. Fat Man seeks to explore the men´s fashion industry in a fun, provocative, and creative way. Every issue will include fashion for men, beautiful (semi) naked women, inspirational gadgets, and interesting interviews.

How do you feel Fat Man/Fat Magazine stand out from the other magazines?

SR: Fat and Fat Man are made with pure love for the creative people in this industry. It´s our ambition to be different in our approach to the people we work with. Everybody that works with Fat /Fat Man hopefully has this experience that they have creative freedom.

You ask everyone what their favorite toy is and I even read that you asked Sean Beyen if he was a T or A kind of guy… It makes for really entertaining reading. Do you conduct any of the interviews yourself?

SR: Thanks. Yes, I did all the interviews myself with the intention of entertaining and approaching people with questions they hopefully found interesting to answer.

So… what’s your favorite toy?

SR:  Haha.. My favorite toy is my watch. It’s a 1979 gold oysterquartz day/date Rolex that I got a few years ago from a shop in Copenhagen. Getting this watch was like growing up to me- I became a man from that second I put it on. I know it sounds silly but that’s how I felt. It meant business now, no more fooling around.

What else are you looking forward to? Any big projects coming up?

SR:  The first issue of Fat Man is out so I’m really excited to start working on the second issue.

Any final words of wisdom for us?

SR:  Eat greedy or don’t eat all…. Which means all or nothing : )

FM2Models: Kid Cudi & A$AP Nast / Photographer: Van Sarki (BRIDGE Artists) / Stylist/Editor: Simon Rasmussen (BRIDGE Artists)

FM3Model: Miles McMillan / Photographer: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

FM4Model: Dorian Cobb / Photographer: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

FM5Model: Yu Fangqing / Photographer: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

FM6Photographer: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) / Model: Josephine Skriver / Styling: Simon Rasmussen (BRIDGE Artists) / Hair: Nicolas Eldin (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) / Makeup: Yacine Diallo (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)

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HIGHRESFMPhotographer: Julia Noni / Models: Ataui Deng & Jamila Beatrice / Editor: Simon Rasmussen (BRIDGE Artists) / Hair: Taryll / Makeup: Olivia

HIGHRESFM2Model: Sean Avery / Photographer: Tetsu Kubota (BRIDGE Artists)

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Art Forum

January 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Robbie Spencer.
Josephine Skriver.
Harper’s Bazaar.

An appealing tour through the season’s art influenced accessories brought to life by Josephine’s expressive modeling and Spencer’s dynamic styling. The colorful and creative shots by Burbridge bring a playful energy to the pages of Bazaar and work well with the bold pieces from Prada, McQueen and Celine.

Rita Marmor (Hair Stylist) | Kabuki (Makeup Artist) | Honey (Manicurist) | See the full story in the database. 

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First Look: BON

September 5th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Nothing beats a good glossy and Bon Magazine‘s brand new issue is an energetic and eclectic combination of all the things that get us excited about magazines. Great editorials, amazing models and perspective that keeps things interesting. From Mackenzie Drazan on the cover in bold prints, to an appealing beauty story starring Kirsi Pyrhonen, Bon is stronger than ever. Experience the new issue with this first look at the editorials and be sure to pick up your copy – Bon hits newsstands today!

“Sound & Vision”
Photography: Mel Bles
Styling: Marcus Soder
Hair: Alex Brownsell
Make up: Ayami Nishimura
Model: Mackenzie Drazan

“Line crossed”
Photography: Matteo Montanari
Styling: Heidi Bivens
Model: Madison Headrick

“Extreme measures”
Photography: Aitken Jolly
Styling: Anders Solvsten Thomsen
Models:Ben Allen, Anders Hayward, Mayrenne Herry
Casting: Nic Burns / Star and Co

“Shop it like its hot”
Photography: Magnus Unnar
Styling: Naomi Itkes
Model: Alima Fofana

“Dial V for Victory”
Photography: Hasse Nielsen
Hair: Cim Mahony
Make up: Zenia Jaeger
Model: Kirsi Pyrhonen

“Don’t be afraid of the dark”
Photography: Brett Lloyd
Styling: John Mccarty
Models: Felix Feltham, Lukas Katinas, Oliver Beard, Alex Heerema and Gleb Zhukoff
Casting: Eddy Martin / File & Parade

“Show down”
Photography: Benny Horne
Styling: Zara Zachrisson
Model: Josephine Skriver

“What the poets said in rhyme”
Photography: Ben Weller
Styling: Julia Sarr-Jamois
Model: Irina Nikolaeva

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First Look : TUSH

May 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Tush never fails to excite and their latest issue is an eclectic mix of girly goodness. With an editorial lineup that is more colorful and vibrant than ever before, the latest issue dazzles from start to finish, but don’t take our word for it – have an exclusive first look inside the pages of Tush.

Cara Delevingne by Armin Morbach for Tush

Ophelie Rupp by Ralph Mecke Hair: Tie Toyama,  Make-up: Maria Olsson,  Styling : Matthieu Pabiot, Casting Director: Roxane Dia

by Blommers & Schumm, Styling : Venus Waterman, Hair : Hester Wernert, Make up: Liselotte Van Saarloos, Casting Director: Roxane Dia

Josephine Skriver by Markus Jans Styling : Wiebke Bredehorst, Make up: Loni Baur, Hair: Helge Branscheidt, Casting Director: Roxane Dia

Carolina Thaler by Niclas Heikkinen, Styling: Ingo Nahrwold, Hair: Michael Jones, Make up: Thomas De Kluyver, Casting Director: Roxane Dia

Dempsey Stewart by Armin Morbach, Styling : Katrin Gerhardy, Hair: Nicolas Eldin, Make-up: Loni Baur, Casting Director: Roxane Dia

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Putting On The Ritz

March 19th, 2012 |Posted by models.com

American Vogue
Tim Walker
Grace Coddington
Kate Moss
Julien d’Ys Stephane Marais

Queen Kate returns to her throne at Paris’ eternal hotspot, The Ritz and she brings along a few friends with her. Walker creates a surreal vision of opulence taking full advantage of the hotel’s regal redesign and all the world’s finest couture. Kate looks majestic and her ladies in waiting, Josephine Skriver, Mirte Maas, Patricia van der Vliet, and Sigrid Agren are a dream. We know J.Lo snagged the cover of Vogue’s shape issue but with a story this good inside, we can’t help but wish Kate was on Vogue’s front page this month instead.

View the full story at VOGUE.COM

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PreFall & Pre-Fails

January 11th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Two pre-fall looks we love, two pre-fall looks we don’t.
The collections dissected with commentary- every other day till the pre-season wraps.

LOVED ITDEREK LAM
This look isn’t reinventing the wheel, but Derek made the whole sage utilitarian thing look so luxe on Caroline Brasch Nielsen that we can’t help but love it. Wearable, practical and completely in line with the pre-fall aesthetic.

WTF?!BALENCIAGA
The problem with being a consumate trendsetter is that sometimes you’re just too ahead of the curve. Nicolas Ghesquiere has perfectly approximated what we’ll all be wearing post-apocalypse, right down to the multiple hats and protective gloves. We can barely see the lovely Marte Mei van Haaster beneath all this!

LOVED ITNINA RICCI
Who can argue with perfection? This dramatic Nina Ricci number looks couture worthy on Josephine Skriver.

OIC…STELLA McCARTNEY
When Stella McCartney labeled herself “too sensible” earlier in the week we failed to see the problem, however after viewing these glorified long johns we’re starting to understand where she’s coming from. There is a time and a place for thermal underwear and pre-fall is not it. Even Marique Schimmel can’t pull off Snuggie-chic.

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Graffiti Bridge

November 17th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

With all the excitement over the 20 covers, it is easy to forget that there’s plenty of beautiful images inside the Dazed & Confused‘s Anniversary issue. Magazine co-founder Rankin shoots Josephine Skriver in a series of bright looks selected by Katie Shillingford and punctuated with a touch of spray paint. Inspired by his favorite shoot for Dazed, a graffiti themed story from 1998 starring Kate Moss.

An image from the original Dazed story that inspired this edit – Kate Moss by Rankin, for Dazed & Confused, 1998

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