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Field of Dreams

June 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

After a dearth of black and white, minimal editorials isn’t it nice to see a little color? Viviane Sassen‘s vibrant story for Dazed & Confused is anything but subdued; everything from the Lisse’s gorgeous tulip fields to Katie Shillingford‘s styling bursts off the page. We’re given a feast of pattern, texture and graceful movements courtesy of Lisanne de Jong; whose ballerina poses breathe life into wild garments from Pam Hogg, Vivienne Westwood and Sonia Rykiel.

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Couture Candy

March 17th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Katie Shillingford takes couture to another level in Dazed & Confused with a beautiful story shot by Roe Ethridge; starring Juju Ivanyuk and Zuzanna Bijoch. Pieces by Gaultier and Chanel look fresh thanks to Shillingford’s styling and Alex Box‘s unique makeup.

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Color Craft

January 3rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Kacper Kasprzyk shoots the season’s richly colored ensembles for a shockingly pretty story in Dazed & Confused. The brightly hued separates chosen by Katie Shillingford, look perfect on Theres Alexandersson. Labels like Christopher Kane and Viktor and Rolf are cutting edge, but here they seem classic and even romantic. The technicolor theme is continued in the makeup by Alex Box; blue lipstick and neon blush certainly make a statement.

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October 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Anthony Maule.
Dafne Cejas.
Dazed & Confused.
The perfect blend of high fashion and technology, styled to the nines by Katie Shillingford to provide a thrilling glimpse at the future.

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Raw Edge

January 22nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Ranya Mordanova makes her way to the pages of Dazed & Confused, with an editorial that showcases Spring’s edgy side. Shot by Ben Toms and styled by Katie Shillingford, the story presents fashionable looks from Gaultier, Margiela and Gareth Pugh, in a manner that is atypical; the unconventional designs manage to look ethereal and different from how they were presented on the runway. Shillingford’s excellent styling is a big of what makes this story, but Ranya’s ability to add idiosyncrasy to every picture, adds to the enjoyment.






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Pomp & Circumstance

October 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Sometimes each individual aspect of an editorial works together so well that the end result is seamless. Take William Selden‘s captivating photographs of Katlin Aas for this month’s Dazed & Confused for example, the Tudor paintings theme is executed flawlessly. It begins with the perfect casting – Katlin’s makes for the ideal period piece heroine, her face calls to mind the distinctive beauty seen in the era’s portraiture. Katie Shillingfords expert styling takes off the runway pieces, strips them of their modernity and refashions them into ensembles that look antique – add into this Gary Card‘s amazing sets and Selden’s own moody style and you have the makings of something truly magical.






Image Credit | Fashion Gone Rogue

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Tough Love

June 19th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Anna de Rijk is one of the prettiest new faces to emerge in a while but Dazed and Confused takes the Dutch beauty to a whole other level in their July issue. Ditching the straightforward pretty and going for a tough, punk rock influenced look Anna displays a knack for change. In the black and white series by Ben Toms manages to take on three haircolors, an array of spiked and studded ensembles and some truly intense neckware – stylist Katie Shillingford, truly outdid herself this time around.



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Out of This World!

May 21st, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Its hard to find a girl whose look is classically appealing and completely otherworldly but Georgina Stojiljkovic manages to be both. With her full lips and streamlined features her face is pitch perfect for beauty shots but there is just a little touch of peculiarity that makes it dynamic. We are treated to far too little of Georgina’s truly distinctive presence but as they say, quality is better than quantity. Mark Pillai taps into the futuristic side of Georgina’s appeal shooting her in the seasons most esoteric ensembles – courtesy of Katie Shillingford‘s on point styling. The story feels trippy, edgy and at times alien, which makes it perfect for the always cutting-edge ethos of Dazed and Confused. Georgina takes on each space-age character perfectly, channelling a myriad of sci-fi heroines while bringing her own allure to each shot.






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