The Pleasure Principal

December 11th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Pleasure is at the heart of Russh‘s latest issue. Every edition of the Aussie glossy is special, but issue 61 delves into the fantasies, desires and indulgences of Russh’s favorites and that makes for great content. Magdalena Frackowiak graces the cover by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) and lends her seductive touch to the minimalist yet sexy editorial. Inside the issue we’re taken on a series of dreamy trips, with Harry Crowder whisking Josephine Skriver away to sandy shores and Benjamin Vnuk (LUNDLUND) taking Kremi Otashliyska off the beaten path with an luxe hippie story filled with pattern and texture.

For more on the Pleasure Issue visit Russh Magazine.com


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Ph. Ward Ivan Rafik (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)


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Ph. James Nelson / Fashion Billie Iveson / Model Carly Cripps / Hair & makeup Constance Bowles


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Ph. Benjamin Vnuk (LUNDLUND) / Stylist / Model Kremi Otashliyska / Stylist Verity Parker / Hair Joseph Pujalte (Atomo Management) / Makeup Hugo Villard (Atomo Management)


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Ph. Harry Crowder / Stylist Billie Iveson  / Model Josephine Skriver / Hair & Makeup Nadine Monley


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Ph. Dario Catellani (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) / Stylist Dianna Lunt / Model Anya Lyagoshina / Makeup Lili Choi

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We Are Vandals

December 5th, 2013 |Posted by victoria

A brand new bi-annual international publication— Vandals Magazine- arrives next week in Paris and we get a special sneak peak at the special portrait series, “We are Vandals” by Mathieu Vladimir Alliard featuring some of the season’s most in demand faces. The black and white series, with the concept to keep the girls as raw as possible “using no hair styling, and employing only one or two bold colors of makeup to create a ‘vandalish’ effect”, is featured here on Models.com exclusively (the issue itself is color and will have different images). The magazine, a 400 page tome, was developed in Paris, produced in New York, and designed in Barcelona, giving it a truly global air. With no ads and based solely on content, Vandals looks to be more than just your average fashion magazine. The magazine’s first issue ‘Volume 0’ will be printed in limited edition and is available on December 16th in Europe, and internationally soon after. Preorder your copy from now-December 15th, and for more from Vandals visit We Are Vandals’s website.

In the meantime, see the preview below; let us know in the comments which is your favorite portrait.

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Josephine Le Tutour

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Marine Deleeuw

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Anastasia Ivanova

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Kremi Otashliyska

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Makeup by Annabelle Petit: Julia Frauche, Elena Bartels, Chiharu Okunugi, Magda Laguinge
Makeup by Christopher Kam: Yumi Lambert
Makeup by Georgi Sandev: Kremi Otashliyska, Marine Deleeuw, Anastasia Ivanova, Nastya Kusakina
Makeup by Helene Vasnier: Joséphine Le Tutour, Manon Leloup, Magdelena Jasek

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Bowery Girl

June 12th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Numero is back this month with yet another issue of avant-garde styles to obsess over. Highly anticipated each month for its unique editorial content, it’s no surprise that this month’s “Bowery Girl” editorial, featuring the Bulgarian beauty, Kremi Otashliyska, is the glam grunge we love. Stylist Bill Mullen pairs edgy prints and distressed fabrics, while photographer Greg Kadel works with Otashliyska from all angles to capture the city-inspired essence of the “Bowery Girl”.

Hair: Ward Stegerhoek | Makeup: Mariel Barrera | Producer: Ernesto Qualizza

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Young Love

May 13th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

With the weather heating up and legions of young trendsetters wrapping up their semesters Mikael Jansson and Karl Templer dreamy exploration of teenagers in love seems especially timely. The lighthearted story in the latest issue of Interview features the current crop of fresh faces as beautiful couples getting back to nature in the season’s swimwear favorites. Jansson and Templer’s take on budding romance is filled with an evocative youthful innocence that captures the  sweetness of first love.

See the full story on Interview Magazine.com

Hair : Shon | Makeup: Mark CarrasquilloModels: Tilda Lindstam, Sasha Luss,Irina Kravchenkoo, Katya Riabinkina,Amanda Murphy,Kremi Otashliyska, Lisa Verberght, Irina Nikolaeva, Maja Salamon, Giedre Kiaulenaite, Charlie Westerberg, Janis Ancens, Tomek Szalanski, Nicola Wincenc, Alex Bouchard, Fielding Lewis, Nicholas Costa,Chris Davis,  Raphael Wolf and Jeremy Matos

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Pre-Fall Finery

December 13th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Pre-fall’s appealing fashions just keep on coming, every day a new set of designers releases their collection and across the board there have been beautiful looks to love. Take a look at a few of our favorites and tell us yours in the comments.

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Models: Tilda LindstamKremi Otashliyska and Tian Yi | Images Courtesy of Prabal Gurung

For pre-fall Prabal Gurung namechecked Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo and Juliet as a reference, so we knew we were in for an exciting mix of the old and new. Mixed prints are all the rage, but no one does them with as much finesse. We’ve seen Gurung do impressive riffs on the traditional floral in previous seasons, but pre-fall’s lush interpretations, whether embroidered or printed are simply stunning. Add in the Mexican textile inspired pieces, Gurung’s unique take on tweed and of course and of course those intense colors and you have the makings of a compelling collection.


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Models: Amanda Murphy & Wylie Hays | Images Courtesy Proenza Schouler

Cool girls rejoice, your wardrobe has arrived! Lazaro and Jack never disappoint and their pre-fall look is all about texture, wearability and adaptable pieces that fit right in to your life. We’re already craving those incredible metallics separates and the brand new Courier bag, another surefire Proenza hit.


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Models: Sharam DinizMartha Hunt  & Andreea Diaconu | Images Courtesy Jason Wu

Is it just us or has the Wu girl evolved into a very sexy miss? S/S saw the designer in a decidedly daring mood with his tasteful dominatrix inspired styles adding just the right amount of darkness to his repertoire. Pre-fall finds Wu continuing to traipse down the road less traveled, with a series of revealing looks that flirt with danger. Sequined gowns with transparent panels showing off a touch of skin, leather accents, touches of gold – it all makes for one scintillating package.


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Models: Crystal Renn and Anna Cleveland | Images Courtesy Zac Posen

Never one to skimp on the glamour, Zac Posen gave fans a suitably decadent pre-fall collection, filled to the brim with dresses fit for the galas, film premieres and invite-only fêtes Posen girls find themselves attending at least once a week. Opera singer Maria Callas was on Posen’s mind this season and it shows in the diva-worthy ball gowns and theatrical details. Posen makes clothing for women with personality and flair, but just about anyone would look camera ready in that red satin number.

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Mean Girls

October 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Cool girls have always been a source of editorial inspiration; open up any magazine under the sun and you’ll see a profile on a budding it-girl, page after page of models with just the right attitudes and a general focus on the kind of women that inspire adoration. We can’t help but be fascinated by an editorial that heads back to the schoolyard and focuses on all things cool – suburban style.

In the latest New York Times Magazine Tyrone Lebon shoots the fresh cast of Juliana Schurig,Kremi Otashliyska, Kate King, Hannah Holman and Charlene Almarvez looking like a bunch of private school escapees. Wearing the latest looks from Band of OutsidersTheoryJ.W. Anderson and more, all selected by Sara Moonves, the haute fashion high schoolers seem ready to teach a course on style, but will they let you sit at their table come lunch period? Check out the full story on NYT.

Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton | Make-Up: Francelle Daly | Nails: Megumi Yamamoto

 

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