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The Sporting Life

May 23rd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The Olympics are right around the corner and magazines are jumping on the bandwagon. Open up nearly any magazine this month and you’ll see a special on the London Olympics and/or a fashion special themed around all things sporty. Which story do you think captures the theme of athleticism, health and fitness best – we’re partial to the editorials that pair models with athletes for the perfect mix of glamour and fitness. Who can resist the sight of Joan Smalls taking of in a sprint while wearing shimmering Ralph Lauren? Or Karlie Kloss balancing on beams alongside gymnast Jonathan Horton! Take a look at the month’s best sporty stories and tell us which one strikes your fancy.

Karlie Kloss by Annie Leibovitz for American Vogue

Joan Smalls and Usain Bolt for American Vogue

Britt Maren by Greg Lotus for Vogue Russia

Athletes Jodie Williams & Louise Hazel by Peter Lindbergh for British Vogue

Gymnast Louis Smith & Jourdan Dunn by Alasdair McLellan

Natalia Vodianova by Cuneyt Akeroglu

Liberty Ross by Matt Irwin for Elle

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The Muses

November 30th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Muse Magazine never fails to excite with its combination of striking fashion editorials and compelling interviews and the latest issue is no exception. Alessandra Ambrosio and Lindsey Wixson grace dual covers that showcase two very different aesthetics: Ale goes futuristic for Chad Pitman with bobbed hair and metallics, while Lindsay is an innocent girl next door in Will Davidson’s shots. Inside you’ll find even more variety with a host of gorgeous new visuals – a few of which you’ll find right here in our preview.

Alessandra Ambrosio by Chad Pitman

Anna Selezneva by Steven Pan

Emily Baker by Tom Allen

Kendra Spears by Mariano Vivanco

Maryna Linchuk by Matt Irwin

Lindsey Wixson by Will Davidson

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Pony Express

October 18th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

With an irreverent sensibility and killer fashion content Ponystep Magazine quickly established itself as a must read. The second issue kicks off with vibrant covers by Alice HawkinsMiles Aldridge & Matt Irwin, starring three of pop culture’s most original icons – fashion legend Donatella Versace, mistress of the dark Elvira and the one of a kind Dame Edna. With a lineup this eclectic you know you’re in for a good time and the inside delivers with a series of edits that delight.

Take a look at our exclusive preview of Ponystep and for even more be sure to check out their site, Ponystep.com

Dame Edna by Alice Hawkins

Noemie Lenoir by Xevi Muntane

Valerija Kelava by Ben Weller

Franca Sozzani & Carla Sozzani by Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Julia Zimmer by Ellen von Unwerth

Donatella Versace by Miles Aldridge

Nicola Roberts by Catherine Servel

Felicity Hayward by Miles Aldridge

Erin O’Connor by Maripol 

Lisa Stanfield by Miguel Reveriego

Elvira by Matt Irwin

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The Luscious Miss Lily

May 23rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Oh Lily Donaldson, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways!
We’ve watched Lily blossom from ingenue to bombshell and no matter the story she manages to bring a unique elegance to her images. Check her out on the cover of Muse Magazine, looking sensational in a shot by Matt Irwin. Dressed in looks from Prada, Hermes and Vuitton chosen by stylist Darcy Backlar, Lily looks as good as ever. Nicolas Jurnjack‘s glamazon hair and Adrien Pinault‘s understated makeup serve to highlight Lily’s beauty and we’re loving Irwin’s high gloss imagery.

Images exclusive for models.com

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Step It Up!

February 28th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Jerry Hall by Sølve Sundsbø

Fashion and fun are two words that should go together, yet most magazines fail to realize it and that is where Ponystep comes in. Launching during Paris fashion week, the biannual aims to bring the glee back to the pages of magazines where it belongs! Editor in chief Richard Mortimer launched the publication as a website two years ago, but March brings their first print edition. With contributors ranging from Solve Sundsbo, Dan Jackson, Ben Weller, Juergen Teller, Julie Verhoeven and Tim Blanks, you can see why we’re very excited for this one! MDC spoke to Ponystep fashion director, Phoebe Arnold, for a glimpse of all the magazine has to offer.


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MDC: How long has ponystep been around and what issue is this?

This is the first issue of Ponystep in print. Ponystep started as an online magazine nearly three years ago, though we haven’t done anything on it for the last six months, we’ve been too busy working on this issue! The website will be relaunching imminently though…


Terry Tsiolis

MDC: Where did the name come from?

It’s a very long and drunken story. It all started out as a bit of a joke and we’ve been stuck with it ever since! It’s quite good though, don’t you think?

Jeneil Williams by Ben Weller

MDC: Why did you choose the models for this cover?

It’s the inspiration issue, and both Kylie Minogue and Jerry Hall are completely inspirational. Actually that’s just an excuse, it was sheer self-indulgence, we just love them.


Hannelore Knuts by Paul Wetherell

MDC: What do you hope to offer that sets you apart from other mags?

We want to make fashion fun again. It’s uncompromising, but still accessible to everybody.

Ponystep launches during Paris Fashion week with a party in collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

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Salute!

October 27th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Nippon taps into key seasonal trends with a little help from Hanne Gaby Odiele; the lithe beauty appears in Matt Irwin‘s energetic and bright story about sophisticated dressing. Stylist Aurora Sansone chooses sleek separates that highlight Hanne’s best points and represent the current love for all things military, layered and fur encrusted.


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Shock Wave

September 25th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

If you saw the Tori Praver cover of Vogue Russia coming then you can count yourself officially ahead of the curve. The curvaceous Hawaii beach babe’s slot on the cover of a magazine usually reserved for the most editorial Eastern European faces was another of the month’s stunning surprises. Do you love it? Are you waiting for the Freaky Friday moment when Anna Selezneva appears in Sports Illustrated? Let us know how you feel!

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Tori Praver by Matt Irwin | Image Credit – achAT & ASF @ The Fashion Spot

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Bits and Bytes: We Adore Arthur

July 6th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

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We just got a look at top 10 face Arthur Daniyarov‘s June Dazed and Confused story by Matt Irwin. As Berlinrocks from TFS perfectly puts it, 21st Century American Psycho. We call it a helluva great story with topnotch photography by Matt, fantastic styling by Robbie Spencer and Arthur’s flawless visage. Take a look at the entire ed here.

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Naomi Campbell goes luxe for Dennis Basso’s campaign. Needless to say, the famous furrier to the stars is not popular with PETA.

One of our favorite comeback kids, the gorgeous half Japanese, half Caucasian model, Seijo Imazaki, talks about life, working with Bruce Weber and finding peace in Karate.

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