First Look: Heroine

September 16th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Industry Icon Kirsten Owen covers this issue of Heroine Magazine in all her edgy, relentless glory. Shot by Emma Summerton, styled by Gro Curtis, and dressed entirely in vintage Helmut Lang, the muse heralded as a vision of alternative beauty seems fitting to grace this issue focused on uncompromising binaries. With interviews on the inimitable powerhouse of Fendi‘s Karl Lagerfeld, Silvia Venturini Fendi, and Pietro Beccari, Jonathan Anderson of J.W. Anderson and Loewe fame, and Gucci‘s newest creations from the mind of Alessandro Michele this issue goes to the next level with its content.

With over 280 pages of fashionable content and a new redesign be sure to pick up Heroine 3 and check out our exclusive first look below!


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis



Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Emma Tempest (Jed Root) | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)



Photographer – Alessio Boni | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Alessio Boni | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Greta Ilieva | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss



Photographer – Greta Ilieva | Fashion Editor – Steve Morriss


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Fashion Editor – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Nicole Maria Winkler | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)


Photographer – Nicole Maria Winkler | Fashion Editor – Vittoria Cerciello (Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA, New York: FRANK REPS NY)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk| Fashion Editor – Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)


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See Inside: Let’s Panic Issue 2

July 20th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Straddling the margins between art and fashion, Issue 2 of Let’s Panic Magazine is trickling into stands in the U.S.A. now and Europe to follow.  The large format, in-your-face magazine, the project of photographer Greg Kadel, is a collection of inspired editorials, hued from the bold and experimental to the indulgent to the introspective. The thoughtful list of creators and contributors is worthy of praise – Boo George, Mario Sorrenti, Jeff Bark, Jennifer Starr, Judy Blame and Mark Lebon to name a few. On that note, Editor in Chief, Aaron Ward writes, “Of all the steps taken in the creation of an issue of Let’s Panic, the one we most enjoy is the exploratory stage, the part where meetings and conversations introduce us to new people, novel ideas and undiscovered creative twists.”

Inside the magazine, Greg Kadel photographs Jac Jagaciak for a vivid, varicolored beauty story. Shot through water that shifts the light, beauty team Fulvia Farolfi and Nicolas Jurnjack  produce gorgeous tides of blues, rouges and yellows. Editor-slash-photographer Aaron Ward abstractly shoots a model pressed against a pane of glass, to the effect of leaves pressed in a book.  Other editorials breathe life into archival images, like the cover image from Mario Sorrenti’s black-and-white, road trip portraits or casting director Jennifer Starr’s multitude of polaroids.

See more of the magazine below and buy it directly: here.

By Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)


Jac Jagaciak by Greg Kadel, Makeup by Fulvia Farolfi (New York: Bryan Bantry, Paris: ArtList Paris), Hair by Nicolas Jurnjack (Management + Artists)


Eliza Cummings by Aaron Ward, Styling by Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London), Makeup by Mariel Barrera, Hair by Ward Stegerhoek


By Yelena Yemchuk, Styled by Havana Laffitte (Streeters New York)


Photography and works by Bob Recine


By Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)


By Judy Blame (Camilla Lowther Management) and Mark Lebon


Michael Bailey Gates by Frank B (Print & Contact), Stylist Jaime Kay Waxman (Tim Howard Management), Makeup Maki H, Hair Neil Grupp


By Kava Gorna (Jed Root)


Linn Arvidsson by Theo Sion, Styling by Alice Goddard


Polaroids by Jennifer Starr

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First Look : HEROINE

February 6th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

With their appealing mix of fashion, film and culture HEROINE Magazine always has something interesting between its pages. Spring’s issue features rising star Emma Roberts on the cover and is filled with haute content from some of fashion’s boldest talents. Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management), Jack Davison, Alexander Neumann, and Jai Odell all contribute compelling fashion stories, with makes for an appealing range of content. From Davison’s grainy black and white images of the refined Schalke Gummels to Kudaki’s minimalist shots of Annely Bouma, each story offers a side of this season’s multi-faceted look.

Take an first look inside HEROINE’s stellar new issue below.



Photographer Olaf Wipperfürth (AW Artist Management) / Fashion Editor/Stylist Rosa-Safiah Connell / Makeup Artist Ninni Nummela / Casting Director Shawn Dezan / Models Dasha Denisenko, Georgia Hilmer



Ph. Jack Davison / Fashion Steve Morriss / Model: Schalke Gummels




Ph. Alexander Neumann (See Management) / Fashion Rosa-Safiah Connell / Model Anya Lyagoshina



Fashion Tracey Nicholson (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York) / Model Ophelie Guillermand



Ph. Paola Kudacki (Camilla Lowther Management) / Fashion Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London) / Model Annely Bouma



Ph. Jai Odell / Fashion Vanessa Coyle / Model Julia Banas

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Intermission’s Interlude

June 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the most discerning publications around Intermission Magazine sets the bar high with its biannual issues. Focusing on the most relevant and meaningful developments within the worlds of fashion, art and culture and then delivering them in a sleek package, Intermission is always a pleasure to read. For their 9th issue, Intermission knocks the ball out of the park with four covers that utilize modeling’s fast rising stars Binx, Andreea Diaconu, Ophelie Guillermand and Andreas Lindquist feature on covers that offer a respite from the typical with their moody, atmospheric images in stark black and white or muted color. Inside editorial after editorial thrills with arresting fashions, provocative imagery and a chic spirit that unites each piece of content.

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Ph. Amy Troost / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Leona Binx Walton






Ph. Paul Wetherell / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Ophelie Guillermand


03_JS_TVD_INTRMISON_15032014_357_NY_FLAT_FINALPh. John Scarisbrick / Styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) / Model Kim Peers



Ph. John Scarisbrick / Styling Karen Kaiser / Models Esmerelda Seay Reynolds & Jessica





Ph. John Scarisbrick / Styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) / Model Andreea Diaconu






Ph. Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Brian Molloy / Model Andreas Lindquist



Ph. Robert Johansson / Styling – Emily Mazur / Models Charlotte Carey & Veronika Vilim, Hair – Yuhi Kim

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A New Side

March 4th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Hugh Lippe Fei Fei from on Vimeo.

Fei Fei Sun is a versatile modeling star, but photographers typically depict her showing a glamorous side in editorials. For the latest issue of FAT Magazine Hugh Lippe reveals a whole new layer of Fei Fei’s appeal with a gritty story that showcases the beauty’s capacity for carrying off even the edgiest fashions with aplomb. Lippe’s stark black and white shots take Fei Fei to gritty locales and feature an array of androgynous styles selected by stylist Karen Kaiser (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York). Displaying a nonchalant cool and ease in front of Lippe’s lens the dazzling star has never looked cooler than in these compelling new shots.

Makeup: Karan Franjola| Hair: David von Cannon (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York) | Manicurist: Gina Edwards | Set Design: Jason Horavath










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Marvelously Mysterious

January 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

We’ve been curious about Interview Russia since we saw that artfully done Leo DiCaprio cover and now we finally get a peek inside. Steven Pan‘s atmospheric story features Kelly Mittendorf and Patricia van der Vliet  as women of mystery in what might be the world’s poshest library. Sporting big jewels, sleek hair and bold looks from the likes of  Prada & Yves Saint Laurent, both girls look phenomenal. Pan only hints at what the secret behind the come hither looks, but we’re intrigued all the same.

STYLING Karen Kaiser | HAIR Rita Marmor | MAKEUP Kaoru Okubo | PRODUCTION Stacee Robert | ON SITE COORDINATOR Bo Zhang

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