First Look : Interview Germany

April 17th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Interview Germany‘s latest issue is a bold mix of chic stories from top tier talent. With newly appointed, International Fashion Director, Julia von Boehm joining fashion director, Klaus Stockhausen for the first time the May issue represents something of a turning point for the publication. From the start you know you’re in for something different; two covers grab your attention, one featuring iconic German actress, Katja Riemann and the other starring top model Cara Delevingne as a doe-eyed vamp. Inside the magazine is dominated by imagery with attitude – the content that runs the gamut from sexy – Ben Hassett‘s avant-garde beauty story starring Marie Piovesan is sure to quicken your pulse, to simply captivating, Sebastian Faena shoots Magda Laguinge like we’ve never seen her before.  Casting by Samuel Ellis Scheinman.

Don’t take our word for it – get a first look inside the brand new issue of Interview Germany.

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Ph. Peter Lindbergh | Model – Cara Delevingne

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Ph. Ben Hassett | Model – Marie Piovesan | Hair – Akki Shirakawa | Makeup – Yadim

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Ph. Sebastian Faena | Styling – Julia von Boehm | Model – Magda Laguinge | Hair – Shay Ashual | Makeup – Jeanine Lobell

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Ph. Charlotte Wales | Styling – Clare Byrne | Models – Dauphine Mckee and Muriel Beal | Hair – Wesley O’Meara | Makeup – Justine Purdue

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Ph. Olaf Wipperfürth | Styling – Klaus Stockhausen | Star – Katja Riemann |

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Grey Days

February 18th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The always impressive Grey Magazine never fails to delight with its unique selection of haute imagery and the latest issue looks especially promising. With a wide range of cover stars and images filled with drama, the magazine certainly promises to be exciting. With so many cover options it is hard to pick a favorite; we’re especially drawn to the beautifully done images of models and their children, but the compelling chemistry in the couple covers is hard to ignore – which cover stands out to you?
Images courtesy Grey Magazine

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Ana Beatriz Barros by Peppe Tortora, styling by Valentina Ilardi Martin, hair by  Conrad Dornan

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Actress Tea Falco by Stefania Paparelli, styled by Concetta D’Angelo

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Caterina Ravaglia and Adrien Sahores by Erwin Olaf, styled by Moreno Galatà

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Actress Hiroe Takei and daughters Maya and Manon by Katsuhinde Morimoto, styled by Moreno Galatà

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Emily DiDonato by Sheila Metzner, styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin, makeup by Justine Purdue

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Lily Mcmenamy by Ellen von Unwerth, styled by Lotta Volkova Adam

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Bianca Balti and daughter Matilde by Martin Parr, styled by Valentina Ilardi Martin

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Actress Alba Rohrwacher by Elfie Semotan, styled by Moreno Galatà

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First Look : Doingbird

November 7th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

With its appealing blend of art, culture and fashion Doingbird never disappoints us and the latest issue looks especially promising. With Marte Mei van Haaster gracing the cover in a striking shot by Benjamin Alexander Huseby, followed by a creepy cool editorial that oozes chic, quite literally. We haven’t seen anything quite like this before and considering the amount of magazines we pour over, that is saying something! Inside you’ll also find exciting new content featuring Julia Nobis and contributions from everyone from Patti Smith and Ruth Hogben to Daniel Jackson and Rick Owens.

Ph. Benjamin Alexander Huseby | Stylist – Melanie Huynh (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Hair – Neil Moodie | Makeup – Petros Petrohilos | Special Effects - Bart Hess

Ph. Max Doyle | Stylist – Naomi Smith | Hair – Eugene Souleiman | Makeup – Justine Purdue

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Global Beauty

March 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Let’s face it, models of color on magazine covers is not something that we see enough of. In spite of the diversity that exists all around us, fashion still has a very homogenous physical ideal. The lack of African-American, Latino, Asian faces on covers and in campaigns is disconcerting to say the least, but every so often a major magazine turns the focus towards an ideal that is more inclusive. The latest issue of Vogue Australia looks to the new faces of global beauty, with the unstoppable Joan Smalls on the cover and rising star Shanina Shaik in the editorial pages.

With her Estee Lauder contract and continued editorial domination, Joan is the perfect representative for fashion’s push towards diversity. Her stellar cover shot by Kai Z Feng is a testament to her posing prowess and she’s also conscious of her role as the leader of a new group of multi-ethnic models who are rising to the top of the heap. Smalls told WWD back in Feb“It’s nice to show the world that we don’t only have to be one thing or categorized in one box. It’s important to show the world—and fashion—that diversity is beautiful.”

While certain male model boyfriends might be claiming credit for Shanina’s rise to the top, her elegant Vogue shoot by Nicole Bentley shows she doesn’t need any help, she’s a natural in front of the camera. The South Asian beauty hails from Melbourne, but is a mix of Lithuanian, Pakistani and Saudi heritage. Considering that it is even rarer to see South Asian faces in major magazines, Shaik’s success is landmark. When asked by Aussie journalists how she felt about the lack of representation on the runways Shaik had this to say. “It does actually bother me quite a bit. I think there’s so many beautiful mixed and South East Asian girls and sometimes i don’t think we really get the chance to show our potential. People will cast for one certain look. Hopefully that changes.”

Joan Smalls by Kai Z Feng | Fashion Editor – Naomi Smith | Hair – Roberto Di Cuia | Makeup – Jessica Nedza

Shanina Shaik by Nicole Bentley | Fashion Editor – Meg Gray | Hair – Kevin Mancuso | Makeup – Justine Purdue

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Curve Appeal

August 1st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fresh off her Vogue Italia cover, Robyn Lawley lands in Vogue Australia‘s first ever plus size editorial. The glamorous story, shot by Max Doyle and styled by Meg Gray features Robyn looking luscious in ensembles from Balenciaga, Azzedine Alaia and Aussie favorite, Alex Perry. Throw in a host of incredible jewels from Bulgari’s archives and Robyn’s undeniable sex appeal and you’ve got an impeccable edit that proves style isn’t about a dress size.

HAIR Renya Xydis MAKEUP Justine Purdue

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