We Are Vandals

December 5th, 2013 |Posted by victoria

A brand new bi-annual international publication— Vandals Magazine- arrives next week in Paris and we get a special sneak peak at the special portrait series, “We are Vandals” by Mathieu Vladimir Alliard featuring some of the season’s most in demand faces. The black and white series, with the concept to keep the girls as raw as possible “using no hair styling, and employing only one or two bold colors of makeup to create a ‘vandalish’ effect”, is featured here on Models.com exclusively (the issue itself is color and will have different images). The magazine, a 400 page tome, was developed in Paris, produced in New York, and designed in Barcelona, giving it a truly global air. With no ads and based solely on content, Vandals looks to be more than just your average fashion magazine. The magazine’s first issue ‘Volume 0’ will be printed in limited edition and is available on December 16th in Europe, and internationally soon after. Preorder your copy from now-December 15th, and for more from Vandals visit We Are Vandals’s website.

In the meantime, see the preview below; let us know in the comments which is your favorite portrait.

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Magdalena Jasek

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Manon Leloup

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Nastya Kusakina

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Josephine Le Tutour

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Marine Deleeuw

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Anastasia Ivanova

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Yumi Lambert

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Kremi Otashliyska

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Julia Frauche

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Chiharu Okunugi

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Magda Laguinge

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Elena Bartels

Makeup by Annabelle Petit: Julia Frauche, Elena Bartels, Chiharu Okunugi, Magda Laguinge
Makeup by Christopher Kam: Yumi Lambert
Makeup by Georgi Sandev: Kremi Otashliyska, Marine Deleeuw, Anastasia Ivanova, Nastya Kusakina
Makeup by Helene Vasnier: Joséphine Le Tutour, Manon Leloup, Magdelena Jasek

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First Look: Exit

May 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

With its unique blend of fashion, film and art Exit Magazine is one of the few magazines worth shelling out for. The latest issue is filled with glossy goodness, including several editorials featuring the best in new talent. Fresh models, rising photography stars, styling’s new guard and a bold, uncompromising look that crackles with energy. Don’t take our word for it, have a look at Exit’s beautiful selection of stories in this exclusive first look.

Ehren Dorsey by John Akehurst, fashion by Sam Ranger

Marte Mei van Haaster by John Akehurst, fashion by Sam Ranger

Oliver Greenall & Max Rendell by Mel Bles, fashion by Jason Hughes

Franzi Mueller by Paul Empson, fashion by Sam Ranger

Julia Frauche by Benny Horne, fashion Melissa Ventosa Martin

Katryn Kruger by Hugh Lippe, fashion by Melissa Klitzke-Rubini

Hailey Clauson by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Sam Ranger

Mirte Maas by Steven Pan, fashion by Michelle Cameron

 

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Queens Center

March 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Amy Troost shoots four of the season’s finest faces for i-D Magazine‘s royalty issue. With a title cribbed from Gaga lyrics and some tricked out fashion’s chosen by Alastair McKimm, this story is heavy on attitude. Being a queen isn’t always about being prim and proper, these ladies showcase spirited toughness all while wearing royal finery from the likes of Givenchy & Alexander McQueen. Dressed in baroque McQueen complete with headdress, Daga Ziober looks darkly regal Julia FraucheMaria Bradley & Karlina Caune round out the impressive cast.

HAIR Rita Marmor MAKEUP Pep Gay

See more from the Royalty Issue at ID Online

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MDC Exclusive: Jason’s Silhouette

February 2nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

For his line’s very first campaign Jason Wu focuses on the silhouette. Shot by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Joe McKennathe ads starring Julia Frauche are as elegant and beautiful as we’ve come to expect from Wu.

The 50s couture inspired pieces from the spring collection look look flawless, as does Miss Frauche. Chosen for her unique mix of fragile beauty and strength, Julia served as muse for the images – fitting given that Jason’s S/S 12 runway was the very first one she walked in New York.

Take a look at this shot launching exclusively on models.com of Julia modeling those impeccable floral prints and retro shades from the show.

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