October 22nd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

While there is no shortage of magazines worth reading, hearing about another cool publication is always a bonus. The Room Magazine is already on its 10th issue but its irreverent sensibility and choice editorials featuring the very best of Hungarian talent are completely fresh. Check out the always stunning Eniko Mihalik going au naturel for Marton Perlaki in an editorial that showcases her undeniable beauty and unselfconscious ease in front of the camera. On the flipside Kinga Rajzak‘s unparalleled ability to pull off the most avant garde creations is put to the test in a sensational story featuring Ali Toth‘s and Aniko Virag‘s daring styling. Two great covers – two amazing girls – all the more reason to pick up a copy. 







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Kinga of Pop

August 31st, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

The Pop relaunch has been a shot in the arm for fashion lovers everywhere. Each editorial crackles with energy and life, among the standouts is Viviane Sassen‘s stellar series with Kinga Rajzak. Employing tricks of light, nifty cutouts, creative overlays and some truly wicked styling, the story is one of the coolest we’ve seen in a long time.

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga by Viviane Sassan | Image Credit = Fearless123 @ tFS

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Bits and Bytes: V Magazine #58

March 4th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

So much news in the blogosphere!

If you missed OTM’s interview with rising star Mina Cvetkovic (in the current Alberta Ferretti campaign by Meisel) click here to watch the beautiful Serbian.

Luis Fernandes passes away, Tim Blanks remembers a longtime colleague and friend.

March Vogue Italia covergirl Kinga Rajzak interviewed by Ponyryder. Smart, sweet and hardworking, what more could you want in a model?

The economy hasn’t hit all areas of the industry. Art&Commerce opens an office in Paris. Jed Root London moves to bigger digs.

Anna Wintour gets 60 Minutes, Carine Roitfeld gets CNN. Who do you think will get the coolest story out of the news crew following them around?

Now THIS we call front row, courtesy of Mr Olivier Zahm, you can’t get any closer than this.

And in Brazilian news…. Check out these gorgeous new pics of Solange Wilvert, the Brazilan face of Gucci 05.    Who loves Brazilian bombshells Alessandra Ambrosio, Caroline Trentini and Emanuela de Paula? Click here to see them in action.  New face Lovani does Jil Sander, Dolce & Gabbana amongst others. Aline Weber on the cover of Wish Magazine, a new Brazilian magazine that’s featured some of the industry’s top faces (Raquel, Chanel and Aline..).

The Imagist muses on Milan: models, clothes and Raf Simons‘ timeless collection.
Check out Raf in a rare video interview for the NY Times.

Speaking of video, watch Showstudio’s special Gareth Pugh video and wait for Natasa V give you chills as she models F/W 09.

Check out Extreme Beauty from the Vogue exhibit in Milan. (from March 4th-May10th).

Another victim of the recession, Arena magazine (one of the few men’s magazines with excellent fashion editorials for men) is suspended. Arena Homme Plus thankfully is not being touched.

Supermodel Natalia Vodianova and young up and coming actor Luke Grimes are photographed by Mario Testino for V Magazine‘s spring issue.

Natalia Vodianova and Luke Grimes. Ph: Mario Testino for V Magazine #58 (from originalsin via tFS).

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Form & Function

January 8th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Italia‘s agenda for 09 is simple – innovate, influence and inspire. Steven Meisel’s elegantly minimalist editorial ‘Form Function’ pairs the seasons most inventive silhouettes with the groundbreaking architecture of Zaha Hadid. While the model selection may be pristine – cover girls Anna Selezneva, Viktoriya Sosonkina and Anna Jagodzinska are magnetic, while Natasha Poly, Sessilee Lopez, Kinga Rajzak, Nimue Smit & Karlie Kloss all look stunning within the editorial – the story is truly about clothing as an artform. The juxtaposition between the lines of a Chloe dress and the curved panels of Hadid’s Chanel Mobile art pavilion shows us that impressive design knows no boundaries.

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Dangerous Beauty

September 16th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Kinga Rajzak takes on the urban jungle in the September Vogue Paris. Wearing the season’s dangerously high heels and sporting a short black crop Kinga, is a modern city slicker. The shoot styled by Marie Amelie Sauve and shot by Craig McDean is Kinga’s third for the French glossy. The Slovakian beauty is rapidly becoming a favorite of fashion’s foremost.

Kinga Rajzak by Craig McDean for Vogue Paris

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Why So Siri-ous?

September 11th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Though she is front and center on almost every single runway this season Siri Tollerod still finds time to pop up in choice editorial space. With new editorials in the latest issues of Another and Numero Homme Siri cements her status as the seasons most coveted chameleon.

Kinga Rajzak and Siri Tollerod by Craig McDean for Another Magazine

Siri Tollerod by Karl Lagerfeld for Numero Homme

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