Vogue Japan Soldiers On

February 1st, 2016 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Vogue Japan makes a soldier of love out of model fave Vanessa Moody in their latest offering for March. Ezra Petronio battles with light and dark while the stunning looker tries to pick a side. Fashion’s version of fatigues are anything but hostile with pieces from Versace, Roberto Cavalli, and Valentino styled by fashion editor Sissy Vian. Moody’s natural charm shines through with minimal hair and makeup designed by Pierpaolo Lai and Georgina Chapman. See more below.

Photographer – Ezra Petronio (Lalaland Artists) | Stylist – Sissy Vian (Management + Artists) | Hair – Pierpaolo Lai (New York: Julian Watson Agency NY, London: Julian Watson Agency London) | Makeup – Georgina Chapman | Nails – Isadora Rios

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Tim Coppen’s Belgian Roots

January 21st, 2016 |Posted by mitch

Tim Coppens may live, work, and show in New York now, but for his latest campaign, he looks back to his Belgian upbringing with a series of intimate, playful portraits taken at the Parisian residence of the Belgian ambassador. Coppens’ sporty, graphic designs for Spring 2016 form a sharp contrast to the Old World marble and moulding of the rooms in Robi Rodriguez’s shots of Belgian new face Remco, styled by fellow Belgian-turned-New Yorker Tom Van Dorpe.

Take a first look at the campaign below:

Photographer Robi Rodriguez (Management + Artists) | Stylist Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists) | Model Remco from Ulla Models in Belgium | Creative Director Nicolas Santos (Atomo Management)
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Twin Magazine’s Modern Romance

December 21st, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko


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Issue 13 of Twin Magazine launched with 5 multi-hued covers, the respective visuals of a talented crop of photographers–cue Lena C. EmeryCoco CapitanAmy TroostScott Trindle and Nick Dorey who lensed their flavor of cover models from breakouts Frida Westerlund and Hayett McCarthy to mega beauty Andreea Diaconu. Inside it’s an assembly of modern romance, with muses dressed in most modern wares that focuses on the feminine in fall like Naomi Miller’s two tales–one of a flirty Andreea and the other of of a fashionably furred Amanda Murphy. See what else below in this exclusive issue preview:


Frida Westerlund by Lena C. Emery / Stylist Celestine Cooney (Creative and Partners) / Hair Christian Eberhard (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY) / Makeup Janeen Witherspoon / Creative Director Becky Smith


Steffy Argelich by Coco Capitan (Creative and Partners) / Stylist Celestine Cooney (Creative and Partners) / HairMari Ohashi / Makeup Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Creative Director Becky Smith


Amanda Murphy by Amy Troost / Styling Naomi Miller (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Hair Francelle / Makeup Tamara Mcnaughton (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) / Creative Director Becky Smith


Bella Hadid by  Scott Trindle (Management + Artists) / Stylist Jay Massacret (Camilla Lowther Management) / Hair Blake Erik (Jed Root) / Makeup Marla Belt (Streeters London) / Creative Director Becky Smith


Hayett McCarthy by Nick Dorey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Stylist Tara Hill / Hair Mari Ohashi / Makeup Niamh Quinn / Creative Director Becky Smith


Andreea Diaconu by Cass Bird (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Naomi Miller (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Makeup Yumi Mori / Creative Director Becky Smith


 


Frida Westerlund by Lena C. Emery / Stylist Celestine Cooney (Creative and Partners) / Hair Christian Eberhard (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY) / Makeup Janeen Witherspoon / Creative Director Becky Smith


 


Amanda Murphy by Amy Troost / Styling Naomi Miller (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Hair Francelle / Makeup Tamara Mcnaughton (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) / Creative Director Becky Smith


 


Andreea Diaconu by Cass Bird (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Naomi Miller (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) / Makeup Yumi Mori / Creative Director Becky Smith


 

Pooja Mor by Quentin De Briey / Stylist Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York) / Makeup Yohsuke Hiraka / Hair Conrad Dornan (D + V Management)


 

Emma Greenwell by Chad Moore / Stylist Sasha Kelly


 

Steffy Argelich by Coco Capitan (Creative and Partners) / Stylist Celestine Cooney (Creative and Partners) / Hair Mari Ohashi / Makeup Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)

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Re-Edition Keeps its Cool

December 11th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Re-Edition Magazine‘s issue 3 dishes out an acme select of independent creatives and it-faces, this one entitled “Suddenly I have an urge to scream.” Barring its capricious titling, somber reigns here, all in good taste, and less is more. For the two of three cover stories, Richard Bush and Collier Schorr provide plenty of simple, silvery black and white images from breakout debutant Harry Brant to a serious Stella LuciaDan Giuliani keeps the monochrome going for his cover story with Ruth Bell, and the buzzy and buzzed model poses for her portrait from the inside out. Other editorials keep their cool, too, like Clara Balzary’s eccentric images with the much-in-demand Heather Kemesky or Eva Colle and Suzi Leenaars by Johnny Dufort, styled by current star stylist  Lotta Volkova. See the rest of the issue preview below.

 


Stella Lucia by Richard Bush / Stylist Sarah M Richardson



Harry Brant by Collier Schorr



Ruth Bell by Dan Giuliani / Stylist Jo Barker



Damaris Goddrie and Adrienne Jüliger by Richard Bush / Stylist Sarah M Richardson



Missy Rayder by Oliver Hadlee Pearch (Camilla Lowther Management) / Stylist Charlotte Collet (New York: Total Management, Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management)



Harry Brant and Mitchell Slaggert by Collier Schorr



Ruth Bell by Dan Giuliani / Stylist Jo Barker



Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Thomas Lohr (Management + Artists) / Stylist Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists)



Heather Kemesky by Clara Balzary / Stylist Emma Wyman (rep)



Eva Colle and Suzi Leenaars by Johnny Dufort / Stylist Lotta Volkova (Management + Artists)

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70s Glam Meets New Age Cool

December 10th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The seventies was more than just hippies and free love – the best part was the rock & roll. Willow Hand and her baby doll looks get a dash of that cool, rocker edge in the latest editorial from Vogue Paris shot by Gregory Harris. She mirrors the big runway trends of the season with studded flair pants, shaggy coats, and oversized sweaters from brands like Chloe, Gucci, and Sonia Rykiel chosen by fashion editor Géraldine Saglio. Smoldering eyes, a rouged pout, and effortlessly cool, wavy hair was created by beauty team Shon and Lisa Houghton highlighting Willow’s piercing gaze and languid poise.

Take a peak at the story below.

Photographer – Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) | Styling – Géraldine Saglio (Management + Artists) | Hair – Shon (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY) | Makeup – Lisa Houghton (Tim Howard Management) | Nails – Brenda Abrial (Jed Root)

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Intermission Favors the Feminine

December 2nd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

For Intermission‘s 11th issue, the magazine dons six covers framing a selection of faces from Sasha Pivovarova to Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, never missing a casting beat in-between. The inside stories favor the feminine over all else, like a rosy-cheeked Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge or John Scarisbrick‘s version of Kati Nescher as the most modern woman. Casper Sejersen conceptualizes a geometric editorial featuring Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, styled by Hannes Hetta–the shoot goes beyond by adding extra steps like some fashionable folding. Check out the rest of the issue preview below.

Images courtesy of Intermission Magazine

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Maartje Verhoef by Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce) / Styling Brian Molloy (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Hair Diego Da Silva (Tim Howard Management) / Makeup Benjamin Puckey (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


Isabella Emmack by Patrik Sehlstedt / Styling Belén Casadevall / hair Tony Lundström / Makeup Ignacio Alonso


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Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov by Charlotte Wales (Mini Title Ltd) / Styling Hannes Hetta / Hair James Brown (Premier Hair and Make-Up) /Makeup Adrien Pinault (Management + Artists)


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Kati Nescher by John Scarisbrick / Styling Clare Byrne / Makeup Kanako Takase / Hair Shingo Shibata


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Harper’s Bazaar Takes On Bold Color

November 23rd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Colors are superbly vivid in the latest visual offering from Ben Hassett for Harper’s Bazaar. Bold fashion and beauty looks are curated around red-haired stunner, Briley Jones for maximum impact and high voltage elegance. Printed creations from Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Proenza Schouler frame this beauty story focusing on great skin. Beauty team Tamara Mcnaughton and Ayami Nishimura highlight the visage of Briley with dewy skin and a crimson pout to match her copper locks.

See more of the story below.

Photographer – Ben Hassett | Fashion Editor – Anna Trevelyan (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup – Ayami Nishimura | Nails – Naomi Yasuda (Streeters New York)

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032c Goes to the Place Beyond Fashion

November 11th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Shot for the latest issue of 032C, photographer duo Sean and Seng‘s nuanced editorial goes beyond the fashion narrative creating rich and cinematic imagery for the pages of the autumn/winter issue.  The pair of models portray a carnal plot and quiet drama that unfolds frame by frame utilizing some major filmic mise en scène like the foggy countryside location and natural lighting. The pair is known for their evocative body of work and this 30 page story, without all the put-ons of conventional editorials, seems to be no different.

 

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