Supermodel Trio

October 23rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Alessandra Ambrosio, Kati Nescher and Edita Vilkeviciute - it doesn’t get much better than this! Vogue Espana surprises with a supermodel trio shot by Alexi Lubomirski (Management + Artists) and it is a sight to behold. Three sleek covers, three beautiful shots, but which will you choose?

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GARAGE GETS IT!

October 9th, 2014 |Posted by models.com

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Photos by Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) courtesy of Garage Magazine for models.com
Text by Christopher Michael

Despite being a New Yorker myself, Paris is probably the most exciting of the cities to experience during the fashion season. Everyone is a little more dressed up, and the elaborate landscape makes for a fantastic setting upon which all the most exciting fashion moments take place. At one point or another, you’re bound to bump into all of the masterminds behind this industry in the decorative streets of this city. It seems only fitting then that we ran into the ladies who launch some of the most adventurous new ideas, fluttering about the Louvre on their way to the Chloe show last week. While the rest of the world continues to seek out the best way to marry print and digital, Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall showed off their exciting new issue of Garage Magazine – one that appears to be the love child of the pre-existing mediums. Having experimented with interactive publishing in a previous issue via the application Blippar, this season team Garage has gone rogue – and created an application of their very own.

To experience it download the garage app and point it at the magazine, it’s a new way to look at print!

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We wanted to make it digitally interactive because we spend so much time on our phones, all of us, rarely ever sitting down in front of an actual computer. I am sure Jony (Ive) has done a bigger iPhone for this very same reason, because even iPads are clunky in essence when you consider how much we live on our phones. Often you have a shoot and you cut it, or you have an interview and you cut it, even that as a starting pointŠ you can put extra stuff behind. So we did this money film, because there is so much more that you can actually put in the magazine but it’s somehow a little bit elite to have to then go onlineŠ if you want to be really immediate, you can just see it. We had partnered with Blippar before, but I think when Michael and Dasha started talking to Jeff Koons and this idea of his digital sculpture came up we started talking about how anyone is going to see it. We all suddenly thought, how amazing would it be to put it on the cover, but how could we if it’s digital, how’s that going to work? Then we figured we would blippar it, but then we thought well actually at this point, we should just build our own.
- Charlotte Stockdale, Fashion Director at Garage Magazine and right hand side of Chaos Fashion

With this, moving forward, you could potentially make any page, any graphic, something that you can scan. It can be a gif it can be a still it can be a film, it can be an interview, it can talk, it can be 3D. It just activates content.

You can scan a model and see her stats, see her card, see her models.com profile. Normally when you come up with a concept for a magazine, it has to look good in print. With this, it doesn’t isolate the idea, it can be digital, still or interactiveŠ it doesn’t matter because it will all work.
- Katie Lyall, Fashion Editor at Garage Magazine and left hand side of Chaos Fashion

A lot of augmented reality software already exists, we are all more or less on that path. But what’s really exciting about the Garage APP is this exclusive power of a unique collaboration with one of the biggest icons in contemporary art. To get your virtual Koons on top of a printed mag is simply a huge step into new consumerism. GARAGE is the only mag I can imagine who is able to generate this excitement on such high level. It’s more than a gadget, just imagine the emotional level a user gets by using his smart device to discover and experience this unexpected content! This is for sure the next evolutionary step in the fusion of print and digital. Ads become alive, sculptures pop up, bags and shoes walk through the pages….it’s just the beginning and it starts with GARAGE.
- Mike Meiré, Art Director at Garage Magazine and the designer of this APP

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Public Schoolers

September 15th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the most watched and most wanted brands of the moment Public School is riding high on a wave of well deserved success. For fall the CFDA award winner launch their first campaign and it’s a doozy. Shot by Gregory Harris (Management + Artists), styled by Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists) with casting by Michelle Lee, the black and white images feature Binx Walton and Yuri Pleskun as a couple of NYC youths sharing an oversized loft and a gritty style aesthetic. With subtle nods to Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, the campaign perfectly captures being young, cool and oh so downtown. The corresponding campaign film, Filler by Gregory Harris and Maria Gordillo, with art direction by Christopher Simmonds takes the campaign’s ideas one step further with a chic take on 24 hours of being glued to the tv.

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Minajesty

September 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

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Nicki Minaj by Jeff Bark (Management + Artists) styled by Robbie Spencer / All Images Courtesy Dazed & Confused

Demure might not be the first word that comes to mind when you think of Nicki Minaj, but on the new covers of Dazed & Confused the stunning singer / rapper / actress and newly signed One Management model is ladylike in Chanel and Miu Miu. Jeff Bark (Management + Artists) and Robbie Spencer offer a refined new perspective on an artist who continues to evolve & surprise. Though she sports a slinky gold swimsuit in one shot, the images are more elegant than outlandish – think 40s era pinup rather than aughts pop star. The launch of the Dazed covers wraps up a busy NYFW for Minaj, who sat front row at several shows and even found the time to teach the models at Alexander Wang how to dance.

Inside the issue models are given the spotlight via a luxurious sportswear feature by Ben Toms styled by Mattias Karlsson. Capturing the casual yet exclusive vibe of the moment the story features Helena Severin lounging in a series of looks that could be ripped from the runways or taken straight out of the closet of a chic athlete. Karlsson’s combinations are on point, with puffy bubble jackets and printed swimwear looking haute when paired with sky high heels.

For even more from Dazed’s A/W Issue head on over to Dazed Digital for an in depth preview.

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Helena Severin by Ben Toms, styled by Mattias Karlsson

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Vamping It Up

September 5th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Since its debut Vamp Magazine has been about powerful women, the kind who command attention whether they’re in the boardroom or on the catwalk. Issue No. 2 centers around the theme of personality – big, bombastic personalities that draw people in – the idea is hammered home via the five cover stars – Malgosia Bela, Binx Walton, Lily McMenamy, Suvi Koponen and Kim Peers women admired for their ability to bring something different to the table. The editorial content follows suit with arresting new fashion stories, each one bolder than the last – take a first look below.

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Malgosia Bela by Paola Kudacki, styling by Francesco Sourigues (De Facto)

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Binx Walton by Txema Yeste, styling by Melanie Huynh (Management + Artists)

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Kim Peers by Nico (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY, Berlin: Shotview Photographers Management), styling by Barbara Martelo

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Suvi Koponen by Giampaolo Sgura (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), styling by Francesco Sourigues (De Facto)

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Lily McMenamy by Giampaolo Sgura (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), styling by Barbara Martelo

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Ola Rudnicka by Ward Ivan Rafik (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), styling by Darcy Backlar (Management + Artists)

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Crista Cober by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York), styling by Elizabeth Sulcer (Lalaland Artists)

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The Amanda Show

August 27th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Nothing like an old school glamour girl to set hearts racing and get photographers inspired. At the moment the exquisite Amanda Wellsh is exactly that girl and her steady stream of only girl editorials in top tier publications shows exactly why she’s so in demand. Whether she’s channelling Béatrice Dalle in Vogue Paris, or taking it back to the swinging sixties for Vogue Australia, Amanda is always the right choice. No wonder photographers like Glen Luchford (Art Partner), Benny Horne, Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists) and Ezra Petronio can’t get enough.

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Vogue Paris by Glen Luchford (Art Partner)

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Vogue Espana by Benny Horne

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Vogue Australia by Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists)

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Details, Details

August 26th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

If September is indeed, as they say, the January of fashion, then the new issue of Details Magazine might very well be one of the unofficial almanacs for the new year. The September edition of the menswear bible (with all model casting by Edward Kim) offers a polished look ahead at the new season, starting off with a brooding Idris Elba on the cover. The iconic RJ Rogenski shows off a plush selection of cold-weather options, while newcomers Jeremy Matos and Richard Detwiler take on the latest patterned suits on a big scale. Robbie Fimmano captures a range of faces old and new in the season’s most desirable Eighties-inspired pieces, and a gorgeous, artistic collaboration between the photographer Lacey and the painter Alexa Meade showcases a clutch of swirling prints in an editorial that harkens back to everyone from Van Gogh to Banksy. Happy New Year!

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Michael and Sebastian. All by Robbie Fimmano, styling by Eugene Tong

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RJ Rogenski by Tetsu Kubota (BRIDGE Artists), styling by Matthew Marden (De Facto)

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Richard Detwiler and Jeremy Matos by Christopher Griffith, styling by Benjamin Sturgill

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Taylor Ashmore and Richie Cotterell

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James Norley- photographs by Lacey in collaboration with Alexa Meade

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Idris Elba by Mark Seliger (Management + Artists), styling by Sean Spellman

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LV Overload!

August 26th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

If there is one collection that is getting editorial love this September it is Nicolas Ghesquière’s debut for Louis Vuitton. While LVMH is generally no slouch in the editorial department, Ghesquire’s work has gone that extra mile – appearing on the cover of or within the pages of almost every single September issue thus far. For fans of the designer’s work the constant sight of logo printed belts and playful dresses has been an appealing constant thread amidst the past few months of editorials and covers, but how much is too much? Take a look at the line’s recent front page appearances and decide. Stylists show no signs of slowing down with their Vuitton obsession so you can expect to see the iconic luxury label rack up even more covers as the month winds down.

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Purple Fashion by Olaf Breuning, model Ola Rudnicka

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Vogue Ukraine by Yelena Yemchuk, model Karen Elson

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Vogue Australia by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, model Freja Beha Erichsen

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Jalouse, model Marthe Wiggers

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WSJ by Josh Olins, model dDaria Werbowy

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Vogue China by Patrick Demarchelier, star Fan Bing Bing

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Marie Claire UK by David Roemer

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Vogue Korea by Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists), model Anja Rubik

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Vogue Japan, model Cara Delevingne

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Vogue Paris by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (Art Partner), model Natalia Vodianova

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W Magazine Trends Supplement by Christian MacDonald, model Constance Jablonski

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L’Officiel Mexico by Joe Lai, model Lena Hardt

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