French Flair

June 4th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Industrie Magazine’s “Power” issue French designer Isabel Marant dishes on her worry free demeanor and laid back aesthetics. Originally starting by designing clothes for her friends, Marant is a Parisienne fashion-fixture, and both herself and her brand embody and influence that effortlessly chic Paris charm. Of her line of thought Marant explains in the interview, “I didn’t pretend to ‘fantasize’ a certain woman; I wanted to create a walk, a charm, a nature – not a show off.” Conjuring that essence the editorial photographed by Lachlan Bailey has Julia Bergshoeff looking utterly cool styled in a swath of Isabel Marant selects from seasons past by Géraldine Saglio. A simple dewy skin and wettish hair provided by Sally Branka and hair stylist Christian Eberhard makes sure to hew to the fluent charm of Marant’s designs.

Julia Bergshoeff & Isabel Marant by Lachlan Bailey | Styled by Géraldine Saglio | Hair by Christian Eberhard | Makeup by Sally Branka | Manicurist Brenda Abrial

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Intermission Excites

April 1st, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Biannual Intermission Magazine has stood as a pillar for beautiful and striking imagery and for their 5th anniversary issue they’ve collaborated with some of the best in the business with visuals provided by Fabien Baron, Richard Burbridge, & the founders of the title, Patrik Sehlstedt and John Scarisbrick. Capturing the alluring beauty of each of the subjects, cover models Molly Bair, Amanda Murphy, Malgosia Bela, Meghan Collison, Steffy Argelich, and more were transformed into remarkable, brooding muses paired with lively spring fashion.

Take a respite from commercial overload with the images below.

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Molly Bair photographer Fabien Baron, styling Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Amanda Murphy photography Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce), styling Brian Molloy

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Steffy Argelich photographer John Scarisbrick styling Emilie Kareh (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA)

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photographer Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management), styling Brian Molloy

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Malgosia Bela photographer John Scarisbrick, styling Melanie Huynh (Management + Artists)

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Meghan Collison photographer Patrik Sehlstedt, styling Vanessa Chow

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Julia Bergshoeff photographer Fabien Baron, styling Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Photographer Lacey (Camilla Lowther Management), set designer Shona Heath (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Lina Berg photographer Amy Troost, styling Zara Zachrisson (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Amanda by Richard Burbridge

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Photographer Philippe Jarrigeon (New York: Total Management, Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management), styling Brian Molloy

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Drake Burnette by Nathaniel Goldberg (Society MGMT), styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists)

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Molly by Fabien Baron

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Meghan by Patrik Sehlstadt

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Coach’s Chameleons

January 28th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

Few fashion brands have the name recognition of Coach, the global powerhouse has long represented attainable chic and American style, for better or worse. In recent years Coach has attempted to reinvent itself upping the luxury factor and revamping its ready-to-wear under the direction of the talented, Stuart Vevers. For the 2nd collection under Vevers’ leadership Steven Meisel captures the fresh faced cast in pastel & black and white for a series of images that merge ideas about youthful insouciance and Americana. Looking like the ultimate gang of cool kids, Molly Bair, Binx Walton, Julia Bergshoeff, Lexi Boling, Valery Kaufman, Dylan Xue, Grace Hartzel and Helge Vonderau look right at home chilling out in Ditmas Park.

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Studio Vogue

January 26th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

No one takes a picture quite like David Sims, his vision is equal parts futuristic and classical, with a surrealist polish that makes each image stand out. Who better then to reimagine the collections editorial for Vogue Paris? With an impressive cast of top models, Sims and VP Editor in chief, Emmanuelle Alt and superstar stylist Joe McKenna (Art Partner) create an arresting showcase for the season’s key looks. Whether it is Jean Campbell displaying Junya Watanabe’s artfully sci-fi PVC dress, or current Sims muse Karolin Wolter looking effortless in Jil Sander’s luxe take on the sweatshirt, the story offers a comprehensive overview of fashion’s very best.

David Sims (Photographer) / Emmanuelle Alt (Editor) / Joe McKenna (Fashion Editor/Stylist) / Paul Hanlon (Hair Stylist) / Yadim (Makeup Artist) / Megumi Yamamoto (Manicurist) Models Anja RubikAnna EwersAya JonesBinx WaltonEdie CampbellGisele BundchenIssa LishJean CampbellJulia BergshoeffJulia NobisKarlie KlossKirsten OwenLexi BolingLiu WenMica ArganarazNatalie WestlingNatasha PolyRianne van Rompaey & Suvi Koponen

View the full story in the fashion database


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Proenza’s Pulse

July 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Proenza Schouler ‘s fall campaign kicks off with a bang, David Sims shoots show opener Julia Bergshoeff in the duo’s kinetic designs for a striking set of images. In the capable hands of Marie Chaix (Art Partner) the collection comes to life the black and white patterns popping against the bright background. The effervescent, Ron Nagle influenced autumn collection explored ideas about action and motion and those themes repeat here. Bleached brows courtesy of Diane Kendal and a sleek coif by Guido Palau complete the vibe to create a look worthy of Jack & Lazaro’s cool girls.

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