Ponystep is Back

June 10th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Bi-annual British fashion mag, Ponystep Magazine, features 7 captivating covers for its Spring/Summer 2013 issue. Featuring a bold mix of model talent, Ponystep snaps Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro alongside covers of Anais Mali, Marie Piovesan, Ava Smith, Lais Ribeiro, Haris and Louise Parker, each cover a unique representation of the subject’s personality. Legendary photographer David Bailey captures true beauty in his signature bold style. Ponystep is back and better than ever!

For even more of Ponystep Issue 5 check out their official site

Text by Victoria Perillo

 

 

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Ph. David Bailey | Models : Lais Ribeiro & Anais Mali

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Ph. Stefan Heinrichs | Model: Louise Parker

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Ph. Johan Sandberg | Fashion Editor: Jack Borkett | Hair: Karin Bigler

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Ph: Manuela Pavesi | Model : Matthijs Meel | Fashion Editor: Moreno Galatà

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Ph. Sebastian Mader | Model: Ava Smith

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Ph. Doug Inglish

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Ph. Robbie Fimmano (Photographer) | Fashion Editor: Heathermary Jackson | Model: Marie Piovesan

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World Town

August 16th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Steven Meisel creates an eclectic tribal themed editorial for American Vogue‘s September Issue; complete with loads of fur, pattern, print and texture. Edward Enninful‘s creative styling tailor’s fall’s outlandish trends to the theme, while Pat McGrath‘s makeup transforms Liu Wen, Lais RibeiroKasia Struss, Magdalena FrackowiakJourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss.

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Casting Coup

March 10th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

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Ajak and Lais.

Givenchy has spoken yet again and the invigorating casting choices for Fall/Winter 2010 are just as incredibly inspirational as ever for modelwatchers out there. With all the recent talk of more diversity on the runway, to fully see a a show where people of color are included (and not just 1 or 2 looks) makes for a runway that is compelling and powerful and yet somehow so natural and seamless. Givenchy led the week with 17 of their 49 looks on some of the most beautiful faces of color, past and present. The dramatic palette of red, black and white looked stunning on Chanel Iman, Joan Smalls, Rose Cordero, Lakshmi Menon, Liu Wen, Lyndsey Scott and Shu Pei. New faces Ajak, Jiang Xiao Yi, Lais Ribeiro, Ming Xi and Sosheeba Griffiths shined as well as current campaign face Eduardo Calero and Givenchy favorites Paolo Roldan and Jonathan Marquez. The surprise choices for the collection? Top Japanese model of the early 00’s (and newly platinum) Ai Tominaga and 90’s star Ling Tan.

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Ming Xi and Paolo Rolden.

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Ling and Ai.

(All images from Style.com, for full collection and to see the other faces named, go to Style.com’s gallery for Givenchy)

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