First Look: Rika Magazine 13

September 29th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Rika Magazine always stands to celebrate unique woman that capture our hearts and their newest issue stays true to form. This time around the magazine features the new model guard of Helena Severin, Imaan Hammam, Vanessa Axente, Vanessa Moody, and Marte Mei van Haaster as their cover stars with accompanying fashion editorials that are as exquisite as the last.
With contributions from photographers Jen Carey, Scott Trindle, Ben Weller and more the issue highlights inner beauty as a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to pick up your copy when it exclusively debuts at Colette, October 1st or on worldwide newsstands October 8th.

For an exclusive look take a peek below!



Photographer – Jen Carey | Stylist – Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York) | Model – Helena Severin




Photographer – Duy Vo | Stylist – Jordy Huinder | Model – Marte Mei van Haaster




Photographer – Scott Trindle (Management + Artists) | Stylist – Zara Zachrisson (Camilla Lowther Management) | Model – Vanessa Axente




Photographer – Ben Weller (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Hanna Kelifa (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Model – Vanessa Moody




Photographer – Charlotte Wales | Stylist – Alex Harrington (Creative and Partners) | Model – Imaan Hammam



Photographer – Sarah Piantadosi | Stylist – Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York) | Model – Madison Stubbington

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Marni’s Ad Debut is Fashion-Focused

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

For Marni‘s debut ready-to-wear ad campaign shot by art photographer Jackie Nickerson you can’t help but focus on the clothes. Marte Mei van Haaster is shown languidly lying on the ground, stretching for the sun, or propped against a table, while her face is shyly hidden to the camera and her audience. The strongly colored background gives a great frame for the Fall/Winter 2015 collection that features cinched waistlines, exotic skins and furs, and a 40s Hitchcockian thematic for the modern urban-warrior woman.

To see some of the images check it out below.

Designer – Consuelo Castiglione, Photographer – Jackie Nickerson, Stylist – Lucinda Chambers (Art Partner), Hair – Sam McKnight (New York: Bryan Bantry, London: Premier Hair and Make-Up), Makeup – Tom Pecheux (Home Agency), Set Design – Shona Heath (Camilla Lowther Management)






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First Look: Rika Magazine #12

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

Tough demeanor meets delicate sensibility for a stellar direction for Rika Magazine. The latest issue celebrates the girls of tomorrow with cover stories from Mica Arganaraz, Rianne van Rompaey, Annely Bouma, Ashleigh Good, Marte Mei van Haaster as well as the iconic Stella Tennant shot by Sarah Moon with styling by Patti Wilson (Streeters New York). The pared-back aesthetic focuses as the celebration of unique, modern women and the story behind them — whether as globetrotters, entrepreneurs, mothers, or creatives the possibilities are limitless and their rightful place in the industry indisputable.

For an exclusive look, see below.

Mica Arganaraz by Ben Weller (Camilla Lowther Management), styling by Hanna Kelifa, hair Martin Cullen (Streeters London), makeup Niamh Quinn, manicurist Zarra Celik (LMC Worldwide), set designer Granger Hertzog

Ashleigh Good by Jen Carey, styling by Alexandra Carl (Streeters New York), hair Matt Benns, makeup Amy Elgar, casting by Juergen Schabes

Annely Bouma by Sarah Piantadosi, styling by Tom Guinness (Camilla Lowther Management), hair Cyndia Harvey (Streeters London), makeup Thomas De Kluyver (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), set design Andrew Tomlinson (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York), manicurist Adam Slee (Streeters London), casting by Ben Grimes

Misha Hart and Damaris Goddrie by Jan Lehner, styling by Isabelle Kountoure (Home Agency), hair Panos Papandrianos (Camilla Lowther Management), makeup Ninni Nummela (Streeters London)

Stella Tennant by Sarah Moon, styled by Patti Wilson (Streeters New York), hair Sebastien Richard (Jed Root), makeup Alice Ghendrih (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY), set design Marie Malterre

Bette Franke by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen, styling by Dimphy den Otter, hair/mu by Eva Copper

Rianne van Rompaey and Marte Mei van Haaster by Duy Vo, styling by Jordy Huinder, hair/mu by Mo Karadag

Delfina Delettrez by Michael Hemy, styling by Tallulah Harlech, hair Louis Ghewy, makeup by Karina Constantine (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Vuitton 2.0

January 7th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

No other designer could pull together Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber and Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management) for one campaign, but Nicolas Ghesquière does it for the second season in a row with the Series 2 campaign for Louis Vuitton. Ghesquière’s streetwise spring collection built on the ideas he laid out in his first collection for the brand and the triple-header campaign does the same for Vuitton’s visual identity. With longtime muse (and former model) Jennifer Connelly leading the pack, Ghesquière focuses on women whose innate cool meshes well with the laid back look he’s been building at Vuitton. Models Marte Mei van Haaster, Rianne van Rompaey, Daphne Simons, Jean Campbell and Freja Beha Erichsen serve as stars and bring with them a sense of youthful chic. With locations ranging from an art-filled Parisian townhouse to the top of an unfinished Manhattan skyscraper the eclectic images from Weber, Liebovitz and Weber make for a flawless campaign.


Marte Mei van Haaster by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)


Marte Mei van Haaster & Daphne Simons by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)


Freja Beha Erichsen by Annie Leibovitz


Jean Campbell by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)


Rianne van Rompaey by Juergen Teller (Camilla Lowther Management)


Jennifer Connolly by Bruce Weber

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Dazed’s Future Shock

June 4th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Dazed & Confused has always been on the cutting edge and their latest issue is no exception. The headline ‘Future Shock’ on the cover sums up the summer issue’s focus on all things new, exciting and relevant within the worlds of fashion, music and art. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shoot music’s it-girl, FKA twigs for an 18 page portfolio, while the accompanying interview delves into the rising star’s pop-culture influence and upcoming album. Conversations with Boots (producer of Beyonce’s smash visual album), Ai Weiwei, Nan Goldin, Momo Okabe and a final interview of the late great Louise Wilson of Central Saint Martins provide an in-depth look at all that is essential right now. On the fashion front, the five senses are explored via 50 pages of editorial content centered around the latest collections. Jamie Morgan and Robbie Spencer explore touch with Leona Binx Walton with a studio shoot focused on the tactile. Taste is tackled by Julia Hetta (LUNDLUND) and Hannes Hetta with an atmospheric story starring Mijo Mihaljcic. Sound comes to life courtesy of Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) and Tony Irvine (Management + Artists), with Amanda Wellsh playing rocker. Sight is all about Ondria Hardin in bold color combinations, Drew Jarrett’s images styled by Emma Wyman pop off the page. While smell is all about a woody field of flowers with Marte Mei van Haaster luxuriating in the grass in looks by Katie Shillingford shot by Bloomers + Schumm.

The new issue of Dazed hits newsstands on June 5th, but take an exclusive first look at the editorials below and head on over to Dazed Digital for even more.


Model: Leona Binx Walton, Photographer: Jamie Morgan, Styling: Robbie Spencer


Model: Mijo Mihaljcic, Photographer: Julia Hetta (LUNDLUND), Styling: Hannes Hetta


Model: Amanda Wellsh, Photographer: Gregory Harris (Management + Artists), Styling: Tony Irvine (Management + Artists)


Model: Marte Mei van Haaster, Photography: Blommers + Schumm, Styling: Katie Shillingford


Model: Ondria Hardin, Photographer: Drew Jarrett, Styling: Emma Wyman

Model: Fka Twigs, Photographer: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

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Modern Mix

September 6th, 2013 |Posted by

For anyone who thought it was impossible to look masculine yet feminine, or perhaps vibrant yet neutral, think again. Stylist Ondine Azoulay shows us that this is in fact possible. Dutch beauty Marte Mei van Haaster models these modern looks shot by photographer Paola Kudacki in the striking editorial below for Vogue Espana’s latest September issue.

Text by Victoria Perillo




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First Look: Russh

May 31st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The new issue of Russh is focused on beauty and it is evident right from the start; with Jourdan Dunn channeling Sade circa Smooth Operator on Benny Horne‘s sleek cover it is hard not to think about all things glamorous. Rather than simply listing cosmetic tips, Russh attempt to explore the issue from all sides, asking what constitutes modern beauty and why our society is intrinsically fascinated with the concept. Naturally, there is plenty of eye-candy to enjoy – from Marte Mei van Haaster shooting a revealing artistic story, to Daniella Rech‘s exploration of clean, fresh scrubbed faces, this edition is filled with a chic, feminine take on what’s gorgeous now.

For even more, check out Russh 






Photographer: Benny Horne | Fashion Editor: Gillian Wilkins |  Hair: Brian Buenaventura (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup Kaoru Okubo (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Casting: Paul Isaac | Model: Jourdan Dunn (Storm Model Management)



RHS52_BEAUTY-3Photographer:  Daniella Rech | Fashion Editor: Billie Iveson| Hair: Lauren McCowan | Makeup: Casey Gore | Models: Nicole Pollard, Montana Cox & Shanina Shaik (Chic)





Photographer:  Ward Ivan Rafik | Fashion Editor:Raquel Franco | Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton | Makeup: Georgi Sandev | Casting: Paul Isaac | Model: Anais Pouliot (Models 1)RSH52_BowieGucci-1



Photographer: David Mandelberg | Fashion Editor: Billie Iveson | Hair: Diane Gorgievski | Makeup: Nadine Monley | Model: Teddy (Work Agency)RSH52_MARTE-1


Photographer: Marte Mei van Haaster


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Photographer: Karen Inderbitzen- Waller & Delphine Avril Planqueel | Hair & Makeup: Shirley Simpson | Model: Ashleigh Good (RPD Models)

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Past Meets Present: The Mod Moment

January 23rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

By its very nature, fashion is in a constant state of change, but the industry has a way of rehashing the past every few seasons with collections that draw inspiration from key moments in fashion’s history.  Nostalgia was the predominant fashion mode of the aughts, and it saw  designers revisiting everything from 1920s flapper fixtures, to ’80s powerdressing and (gasp) ’90s grunge redux. We may have just entered into 2013, but when it comes to manufacturing clothing that looks awfully similar to styles that could have been worn generations earlier, designers show no signs of stopping.

Case in point, S/S 13’s mod moment, which saw a wealth of graphic prints invading the runway. Checks, stripes, and houndstooth patterns  made appearances on the runways of labels like Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana, offering a pleasant alternative to spring’s tried-and-true florals and providing a bit of deja vu. Granted, these design elements are timeless, but fans of ’60s style will recognize the cuts and patterns that make up these new designs as the hallmarks of mod innovators. Take a look at  the work of Pierre Cardin, Mary Quant, André Courrèges, and Ossie Clark,  and you can’t help but see where Marc Jacobs and co. took their lead from.

With the very same designs getting major play in the pages of this month’s magazines, editors have been showcasing these looks in a variety of ways. Most choose to play up the retro appeal inherent in these collections by creating stories reminiscent of days past: what says ’60s more than an angular Vidal Sasson bob or an oversized bouffant? Others focus in on the graphic element, shooting the pieces against white backdrops and playing up the contrast.



Designer Ossie Clark and one of his creations

Models in Who Are You Polly Magoo, 1966

Houndstooth Coat, Ph. Art Kane, 1966

Designs by Andre Courreges,


Vogue Japan | Ph. Emma Summerton | Styling Patti Wilson | Model Aymeline Valade | Makeup Dotti

American Vogue | Ph. Steven Klein | Styling Grace Coddington | Models Carolyn Murphy and Karen Elson

Harper’s Bazaar | Ph. Greg Harris | Stylist Tony Irvine | Model Marte Mei van Haaster | Hair Akki Shirakawa | Makeup Pep Gay

Marte Mei van Haaster in Louis VuittonMarc Jacobs and Michael Kors

Harper’s Bazaar Spain Ph. Txema Yeste | Styling Melania Pan | Model Ginta Lapina | Hair Olivier Lebrun (See Management) | Makeup Christopher Kam

Ginta Lapina in Louis VuittonDolce & Gabbana & Michael Kors

Vogue Japan Ph. Victor Demarchelier (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Styling Sabino Pantone | Model Jessica Stam | Hair Didier Malige | Makeup Adrien Pinault (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)

Stam inLouis Vuitton & Acne

Vogue China Ph. Daniel Jackson | Styling Nicoletta Santoro | Models Kel Markey, Agnés Nabuurs, Athena Wilson, Bo Don & Chiharu Okunugi | Hair Yannick D’Is (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup Yadim

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