Art Class

June 9th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The art and fashion worlds are more intertwined than ever so the latest Numéro with its creative tributes & collaborations with some of the world’s most notable artists feels timely. The homages to artists like Robert Longo, Sylvie Fleury and Alex Katz provide the issue with some of the most interesting content we’ve ever seen in Numero and the issue’s striking covers bring out the best in their stunning subjects. Constance Jablonski sports head to toe ombre in the style of Alex Israel’s panel paintings in a sensual shot by Benny Horne. Karen Elson poses in front of Sarah Morris’ oversize geometric murals while wearing pieces from Balmain and Saint Laurent. Sasha Luss is seductive in a series of Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) images influenced by the provocative work of Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille. The contemporary art theme continues inside with an exclusive interview of influential gallerist, Larry Gagosian.

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Alex Israel
Photographer: Benny Horne/ Stylist: Gillian Wilkins / Hair: Mark Hampton / Make-up: Tyron Machhausen (BRIDGE Artists)/ Body Painting: David Gilmore / Model: Constance Jablonski / see the full story on Benny Horne.com


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Sarah Morris
Photographer: Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Charles Varenne (Management + Artists) / Hair: Teddy Charles/ Model: Karen Elson / see the full story on Victor Demarchelier.net


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Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille
Photographer: Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Samuel Francois / Hair: Vi Sapyyapy (Management + Artists) / Make-up: Hugo Villard / Model: Sasha Luss / see the full story in the fashion database

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Sense of Midnight

April 25th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

In most metallic themed editorials the reflective shades are depicted as bold and bright, bursting off the page but Sean and Seng (Management + Artists) offer up a fresh take on the seasons shimmering pieces in the pages Vogue Japan. Focusing on the subtle glimmer of fabric as viewed beneath moonlight, the duo along with stylist Sissy Vian (Management + Artists) capture decadent looks from Dior, Proenza Schouler, Gucci and Haider Ackermann beneath the pale moonlight in a rowboat set adrift in murky waters. Karmen Pedaru plays the role of siren admirably, wearing each look with ease even as a serpent coils around her body.

Hair – Mark Hampton / Make-up – Petros Petrohilos / Production – Sylvia Farago / Casting directors – Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna/ Set Design – Emma Roach

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J.W.’s 1st

June 28th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The allure of the unexpected has always been a part of JW Anderson‘s aesthetic and for the line’s first campaign Anderson goes for imagery with an off-kilter appeal. Shot by Jamie Hawkesworth and styled by Benjamin Bruno, art direction by Christopher Simmonds and creative direction by Jefferson Hack‘s MAD London the campaign focuses on contrasting shots of a high ponytail sporting blonde and a male model carrying the ultimate statement accessory – a severed car door. The clash of visual cues and the simple, refined photography make for a ad that feels as fresh as Anderson’s fall collection.

Hair: Mark Hampton | Make-up: Ciara O’Shea | Set Design: David White | Models: Lucan, and Oliver O’Brien

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Viva Espana

October 24th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Since its inception, Spanish V Magazine has thrived on creating imaginative content worthy of the V name and their latest issue is no exception. Taking things a step further with a series of creative editorials that are filled with incredible clothes and a fun-filled spirit that makes them irresistible – there really is something for everyone. Check out Aline Weber in full club-kid gear complete with candy bracelets, or Ruby Aldridge styled to the nines in gilded Vuitton. Turn a few pages and you’re greeted with the sight of River Viiperi and Maryna Linchuk as the ultimate power couple in coordinating designer looks, or if you’re looking for something dangerous there’s Xevi Muntane (De Facto)’s stunning shoot of Lakshmi Menon and Marina Perez as stylish dominatrixes.

Take a look at our exclusive preview, complete with video of Maryna & River’s scintillating shoot by Tim Zaragoza.

ON THE WAY for SPANISH V14 from V Magazine on Vimeo.

Aline Weber by Mel Bles | Fashion Editor – Natalie Joos | Hair: Roberto Di Cuia | Make-up: Ralph Siciliano

Ruby Aldridge by Aingeru Zorita | Fashion Editor –David Gomez-Villamediana | Hair: Mark Hampton | Make-up: Erin Parsons

Maryna Linchuk and River Viiperi by Tim Zaragoza | Fashion Editor – David Gomez-Villamediana | Hair: Kayla Michele| Make-up: Tracy Alfajora

Lakshmi Menon and Marina Perez by Xevi Muntane (De Facto) | Fashion Editor – Ana Murillas | Hair: Cebado | Make-up: Pablo Iglesias

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