A singularly elegant cover for fashion’s biggest glossy. Once again The Last features a simple picture that captivates. You don’t need extraneous cover text or gimmicky imagery when you have one of the industry’s most beautiful faces looking sublime.
Stylist Géraldine Saglio shows her skill with two separate stories in Vogue Paris starring the versatile Anna Selezneva. Pulling off the luxurious vixen look with aplomb on one page, then switching to a youthful preppy look on the next takes skill and Anna handles it well. The selection of Harry Winston and Tiffany & Co. diamonds certainly helps, that and all the gorgeous Isabel Marant.
Intermission Magazine never fails to excite us with its engaging mix of fashionable editorials and profiles of the industry’s cutting edge talent that makes for the perfect merger of style and substance. The latest issue features contributions from the likes of Mario Sorrenti, Karim Sadli and Mark Pillai as well as interviews with Peter Philips, Bob Recine, Christophe Lemaire, Ezra Petronio, Geraldine Saglio, Alex Wiederin. Not to mention outstanding fashion content with models Guinevere Van Seenus, Anouck Lepere and Tao Okamoto: take a peek at our little preview of issue 4 and be sure to pick up your copy!
Photographer Karim Sadli directs this captivating video for Yves Saint Laurent’s Spring/Summer 2011 Sneaker Collection. As we saw in his previous video for YSL’s Eyewear, Karim knows how to create striking scenes using the simplest elements. Malthe Lund Madsen, Julius Gerhardt, and newcomer Angus Whitehead glide through the air like weightless gladiators, elegantly presenting the collection. (Story by Lynley Flanagan, still images courtesy of Artlist)
We took a peek at the new YSL Eyewear video and we’re obsessed with the dramatic visuals created by Karim Sadli. With the exceptional Clement Chabernaud and pristine new face Othilia Simon wearing nothing but YSL’s new line of glasses and shades, it’s a stunning way to highlight the collection. (still courtesy of Artlist)
Nicola Formichetti‘s tattooed muse Rick Genest isn’t the typical male model model, but his one of a kind look has certainly grabbed the attention of the fashion crowd. In the latest edition of GQ Style Rick shines in a story by Karim Sadli; dressed in head to toe Mugler (styled by Nicola of course) Rick brings a touch of the macabre to the minimal images.
Read the full interview in the Spring/Summer 2011 issue of GQ Style, on-sale from this Thursday 17th March