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First Look: TUSH

October 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Tush Magazine has always followed the beat of its own drummer and their latest issue is filled to the brim with creative content that feels fresh. Right from the start, the issue dazzles – literally, glittering Maison Martin Margiela couture masks on the cover are are stunning way to kick things off and Armin Morbach‘s mask story continues the fun with an edgy and elegant look at haute headgear. Inside you’ll find a series of eye-catching editorials, from Kai Z Feng‘s lush beauty story featuring the timeless appeal of Melissa Tammerijn, to Markus Jans‘ gorgeous outwear edit -take a sneak peek into the latest Tush and experience it all for yourself!

Photographer - Armin Morbach | Stylist - Katrin Gerhardy  | Models – Stefano & Annelie

Photographer - Stefan Milev | Model - Milou Sluis

Photographer - Markus Jans | Stylist – Wiebke Bredehorst | Models – Grace Bol, Awa Ceesay, & Alima Fofana

Photographer - Greg Gex | Model - Karoline Bjornelykke

PhotographerArmin Morbach | Stylist - Ingo Nahrwold | Models - Henna Lintukangas & Esther Heesch

PhotographerKai Z Feng | ModelMelissa Tammerijn |

Photographer - Alice Rosati

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Editorial Inspiration: Mona & Millicent

July 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

In addition to designing for Chanel, Fendi, his eponymous line, shooting editorials, traveling the world and elevating his cat to superstar status, Karl Lagerfeld also manages to be something of a fashion historian. Look at his work you’ll see references to countless bygone eras and sartorial icons of yesteryear. In his latest story for Harper’s Bazaar, Lagerfeld looks to legendary American socialites Mona von Bismarck & Millicent Rogers, women so revered for their good taste that whole museum collections exist to catalogue their stylish lives. Imagining a fictional meeting between the two legends, Lagerfeld creates sumptuous images overloaded with decadent ensembles.

With a shock of silver hair and a penchant for labels like Balenciaga, Givenchy and Vionnet, Mona was one of the most celebrated style icons of her time. Immortalized by Dali and Truman Capote. She’s brought to life in the story by Anja Rubik, in a series of dramatic looks chosen by Andrew Richardson. The glamorous Millicent Rogers, Standard Oil Heiress and toast of NY society, favored esoteric lines like Schiaparelli and Valentina, mixed in with standards from Mainbocher & Charles James; Melissa Tammerijn plays the blond beauty with grace in Lagerfeld’s story.

The Real Mona von Bismarck & Millicent Rogers

Countess Mona in Balenciaga

Millicent in Charles James

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The Remix

March 27th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

It is always exciting when a magazine undergoes a major revamp and Tush does a complete 180 with their latest issue. Art director, Mirko Borsche shakes things up with a sleek redesign that changes everything. The magazine is bolder, stronger and more graphic than ever, with black and white stories dominating and new creative content by some of our favorite image makers. Take a look at Tush’s redefined identity and that one of a kind cover starring Melissa Tammerijn.

Ph. Markus Jans | Models Nina Porter & Anna Pichler | Fashion Editor Wiebke Bredehorst | Hair Mike Lundgren | Makeup Katarina Hakansson

Ph.  Armin Morbach | Model Suzie Bird | Styling: Ingo Nahrwold| Hair: Stelli | Make-Up: Nina Park

Ph.  Armin Morbach | Fashion Editor Katrin Gerhardy

Ph. Txema Yeste | Model Melissa Tammerijn | Fashion Editor Bernat Buscato | Hair Mike Lundgren | Makeup Loni Baur

Ph. Stefan Heinrichs | Model Christian Ochsenfahrt | Grooming: Stelli | Styling: Ingo Nahrwold

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Platinum Plus

March 11th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sølve Sundsbø is known for his surreal photographs so it is no surprise to see him bring a touch of the otherworldly to Vogue China. Enlisting platinum blondes Melissa Tammerijn and Shu Pei for an off kilter story styled by Marie Chaix, Sundsbø showcases a wild clash of color, texture and pattern. Melissa and Shu strike languid poses and look elegantly undone in strong looks by Proenza Shouler and Prada enhanced by Lisa Houghton‘s shimmering makeup; the individual elements of the story combine to create an edit that is truly beautiful.

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Dreamscape

February 3rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sølve Sundsbø creates a dreamy world for Vogue Italia in an editorial filled with ethereal imagery and lacy outfits. Shot in New Orleans, the story features ladylike styling by Patti Wilson and a host of creative floral headdresses. Melissa Tammerijn‘s otherworldly look is perfect for these images, whether she’s lounging in a stone chair, or posing with a look of rapture, Melissa seems like something out of a fairytale.

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Minimalist Mood

January 27th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Some of Spring’s most compelling campaigns take a less is more approach, with a focus on the combination of great models and impeccably constructed clothes. When you’ve got Jana Knauerova, Melissa Tammerijn, Julia Nobis or Erin Wasson striking regal poses in deceptively simple dresses, you really don’t need much more. The Jil Sander ads takes the trend one step further, all but erasing Daria Strokous‘ beautiful face in some of the spring shots. Willy Vanderperre is certainly on a roll this season!

Jana Knauerova by Glen Luchford for Costume National

Erin Wasson by Willy Vanderperre for Elie Saab

Daria Strokous and Yannick Abrath by Willy Vanderperre for Jil Sander | Styled by Olivier Rizzo

Melissa Tammerijn and Julia Nobis for Proenza Schouler by Willy Vanderperre

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Pure & Simple

January 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Harper’s Bazaar showcases spring’s minimal elegance in its latest issue with a pared down story featuring Melissa Tammerijn, Bambi Northwood Blyth & Theres Alexandersson. Greg Kadel shoots the three beauties against a clean backdrop as they wear crisp looks from Akris and Balenciaga, chosen by stylist Brana Wolf. The minimal hair & makeup, plus the studio setting keeps the focus on the clothes and the natural beauty of the girls.



Melissa Tammerijn


Theres Alexandersson



Bambi Northwood Blyth

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Youth & Beauty

August 17th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Knoepfel & Indlekofer‘s create a world that mixes the ladylike fashions with youthful insouciance for Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels and featuring Ylonka Verheul, Melissa Tammerijn and Marlena Szoka, the story showcases fall’s put together pieces from pastel suits to scallop edged minis. The girls look perfect in their ensembles and the dreamy atmosphere created by Knoepfel and Indlekofer serves as the perfect compliment to the clothes.




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