Dazed’s Future Shock

June 4th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Dazed & Confused has always been on the cutting edge and their latest issue is no exception. The headline ‘Future Shock’ on the cover sums up the summer issue’s focus on all things new, exciting and relevant within the worlds of fashion, music and art. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shoot music’s it-girl, FKA twigs for an 18 page portfolio, while the accompanying interview delves into the rising star’s pop-culture influence and upcoming album. Conversations with Boots (producer of Beyonce’s smash visual album), Ai Weiwei, Nan Goldin, Momo Okabe and a final interview of the late great Louise Wilson of Central Saint Martins provide an in-depth look at all that is essential right now. On the fashion front, the five senses are explored via 50 pages of editorial content centered around the latest collections. Jamie Morgan and Robbie Spencer explore touch with Leona Binx Walton with a studio shoot focused on the tactile. Taste is tackled by Julia Hetta (LUNDLUND) and Hannes Hetta with an atmospheric story starring Mijo Mihaljcic. Sound comes to life courtesy of Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) and Tony Irvine (Management + Artists), with Amanda Wellsh playing rocker. Sight is all about Ondria Hardin in bold color combinations, Drew Jarrett’s images styled by Emma Wyman pop off the page. While smell is all about a woody field of flowers with Marte Mei van Haaster luxuriating in the grass in looks by Katie Shillingford shot by Bloomers + Schumm.

The new issue of Dazed hits newsstands on June 5th, but take an exclusive first look at the editorials below and head on over to Dazed Digital for even more.

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Model: Leona Binx Walton, Photographer: Jamie Morgan, Styling: Robbie Spencer

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Model: Mijo Mihaljcic, Photographer: Julia Hetta (LUNDLUND), Styling: Hannes Hetta

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Model: Amanda Wellsh, Photographer: Gregory Harris (Management + Artists), Styling: Tony Irvine (Management + Artists)

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Model: Marte Mei van Haaster, Photography: Blommers + Schumm, Styling: Katie Shillingford

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Model: Ondria Hardin, Photographer: Drew Jarrett, Styling: Emma Wyman

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Model: Fka Twigs, Photographer: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

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The Dance

October 24th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

American newcomer, Natalie Westling, lands her first ever solo editorial for Vogue Russia. In “Anna Pavlova in Dance” by Benjamin Alexander Huseby, the fresh-faced beauty shows complete elegance, gracefully portraying the late Russian ballerina. We see this as her first of many great editorials to come.

Stylist:Katie Shillingford | Hair: Akki Shirakawa | Make-up: Lotten Holmqvist

Text by Victoria Perillo

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Surreal Chic

May 21st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Creativity is on display in the latest Vogue Russia, Ben Toms‘s chic surrealist story starring Marie Piovesan is a perfect addition to the publication’s Dasha Zhukova fronted Art Issue. Stylist Katie Shillingford works in an array of statement pieces from Maison Martin Margiela, Stephen Jones Millinery and Delfina Delettrez to create a look that nods to Dalí and Dadaism. With her sculptural features and otherworldly look Marie carries off the feel of the editorial perfectly.

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Images Courtesy Vogue Russia

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Second Cummings

May 16th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Eliza Cummings is back and better than ever! Fresh off a solid show season the Brit phenom is racking up editorial mileage in all the coolest magazines, gracing the pages of Dazed & Confused, Vogue China and i-D Magazine with new stories that showcase her versatility. No matter the scenario Eliza manages to exude the kind of nonchalant cool that will always be in high demand.

159951-800wVogue China | Photographer: Daniel Jackson | Fashion Editor: Alastair McKimm | Hair: Didier Malige | Makeup: Yadim | Model: Eliza Cummings | See more in MDC Fashion Database

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Dazed & Confused | Photographer: Ruth Hogben  | Fashion editor: Katie Shillingford  | Model: Eliza Cummings | See more in MDC Fashion Database

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i-D Magazine | Photographer: Alasdair McLellan | Fashion Editor: Jonathan Kaye (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Hair: Tina Outen | Makeup: Lucia Pica | Model: Eliza Cummings | See more in MDC Fashion Database

 

 

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Double Vision : Dior Couture

October 18th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion shows are well and good, but the true test of a collection’s impact is often played out in the editorial pages. When you have multiple editors reaching for the same pieces over and over again you know a designer has hit a nerve. Even when the styling itself isn’t that noticeably different between images, there are always key changes in presentation that separate fashion stories; whether it is the model choice, the manner in which the photographer chose to present the garment, or even something as simple as color vs. black and white, each team puts its own special stamp on things. Take a look at the way in which different magazines have interpreted two of the most popular pieces within the collection and let us know who you think pulled it off best.

Look No. 48  

Black fitted cashmere top with a black duchess satin skirt embroidered with electric blue flowers.

Saskia de Brauw by Daniel Jackson for Vogue Germany, stylist Christiane Arp

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan, stylist Melanie Ward

Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine, stylist Katie Shillingford

Karlie Kloss by Eric Guillemain for Sunday Times Style Magazine, stylist Lucy Ewing

Hanaa Ben Abdesslem by Michelle Ferrara for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, stylist Elaine Lloyd Jones | Suki Waterhouse by Marc Hom for Tatler, stylist Deep Kailey

Stef Van Der Laan by Luca Guadagnino for CR Fashion Book, stylist Carine Roitfeld

 

NiNi in Vogue China / Thana Kuhnen by Marcelo Krasilcic for L’Officiel

Look No. 8

Blue and pink embroidered cut-off ballgown with black cigarette pants

Keira Knightley by Mario Testino for American Vogue, stylist Grace Coddington

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia | Saskia de Brauw by Ruth Hogben for Another Magazine

Dior couture illustration by Ignasi Monreal for Spanish V Magazine

Aymeline Valade by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japanstylist Melanie Ward

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Who’s That Girl?

June 25th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Ever since she dougied into our hearts little over a year ago, Kate Upton has been blazing a sexy path towards world domination. You’ll find Ms. Upton bikini clad and suggestively licking an frozen treat on the cover of this month’s GQ, but there is more to her than those now famous curves and legions of male admirers. Take a look at her chic side in the new American Vogue, Sebastian Kim‘s images of Kate looking polished in designs from Michael Kors, Proenza Schouler and Altuzarra offer fresh spin on Upton’s appeal. We think she looks right at home in the equestrian finery chosen by Katie Shillingford.

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Enter Pigalle

April 13th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

When Dazed & Confused isn’t answering the question – Is East London Dead – via gorgeously shot mini-movies by Walter Pfeiffer (view the film here on Dazed Digital) they’re taking us on a tour of legendary artist’s haunts in Paris. Photography master Jim Goldberg takes to the streets in his edgy exploration of Degas’ Parisian hangouts. Marie PiovesanMelodie Monrose & Marte Mei van Haaster are elegant artists muses clad in designer outfits that resemble ballet costumes. The shoot showcases Katie Shillingford‘s always impressive styling skill and host of ruffled treats from the likes of Alexander McQueen,Vivienne Westwood and Theyskens Theory.

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Mentality

January 27th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Pierre Debusschere.
Katie Shillingford.
Marte Mei van Haaster.
Dazed & Confused.

Fashion and art collide in an expressive and eclectic editorial filled with one of a kind portraits: this is the kind of off the wall imagery Dazed does best!


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