Mer Girl

June 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Laurie Bartley (Management + Artists) finds inspiration under the sea for an oceanic editorial starring Lexi Boling. The otherworldly Numero China story is heavy on pastel colors and metallic designer wares with cutouts or transparency to give a lighter than air feel. This works well as Lexi spends most of her time here submerged in water or washed up along the sandy coasts. With her pale pink hair and heavy eye-makeup Lexi seems fantastical and every inch the real life mermaid.

View the full story on Numero China’s official Weibo

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Survivalism

May 1st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Luxury fashion might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you’re stranded on a desert island, but who says that a girl can’t accessorize herself out of a bad situation. Laurie Bartley (Management + Artists) creates a decadent version of survivalism in the pages of Numero Tokyo with Querelle Jansen playing the role of well-dressed crash survivor making the best of it in pieces from Louis Vuitton and Proenza Schouler. Stylist Felipe Mendes manages to make even the most extravagant designer pieces work in this unique scenario, while pared down hair and makeup by Dennis Gots (Jed Root) and Diego Sierralta keep Querelle looking disheveled yet unquestionably chic.

See the full story on Management Artists

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Ray of Light

February 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The sands of the suburban Southwest are given a high fashion touch in the new issue of Elle with a striking editorial that showcases some of the best in reflective fashions. Laurie Bartley (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) shoots Lakshmi Menon looking chic in sparkling pieces from Proenza SchoulerGivenchyGucci and more selected by stylist  Samira Nasr. (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) The location’s faded neutral tones make the pieces pop, especially when the sun catches some of the monochromatic metallic ensembles giving them a liquid metal look. With her newly cropped hair and powerful gaze Lakshmi brings a strength to every shot, even when she’s wearing little more than strategically placed gold flakes.

See the full story on Management Artists.com

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A Taste of the Tropics

August 10th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

September’s Elle, is one of the best we’ve seen from the magazine in awhile and were particularly in love with Laurie Bartley‘s glamour filled story featuring Jeneil Williams. Shot at St. Lucia’s luxe Anse Chastanet resort and filled to the brim with designer goodies from Tom Ford, Gucci and Chloe, the story presents the ultimate getaway. As always, Jeneil is a vision of regal poise and dressed in cat-eye sunglasses and bold color she looks even chicer than usual.

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Ryan in Diesel

January 14th, 2008 |Posted by Betty

Check out Ryan from Request Model Management NY‘s new polaroids and Diesel campaign. He’s looking better than ever!

Pols courtesy of Request

 

Photo: Laurie Bartley for Diesel

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