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An Intimate Portrayal

February 18th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Certain models take on the role of muse as though it were a second skin, inspiring image makers with their poise, beauty and unique personas. The latest issue of Muse Magazine pays tribute to that spirit with an enchanting cover starring one of modeling’s true chameleons. Guinevere Van Seenus looks as distinctive as ever in Erik Madigan Heck‘s image, sporting a veil by Ann Demeulemeester and a serene look. Like her Arthurian namesake, Guinevere serves as a source of inspiration for countless artists and here she brings out the best in Heck and stylist Yana Kamps, both of whom unleash their creativity. The final images are a sweeping trip through the season’s most sumptuous pieces. Inside there’s even more Guinevere to love, including an equally compelling minimal editorial by Zoe Ghertner and a fun interview where the industry vet shares musical favorites and style secrets.

On changing her look:
“I get tired of looking at my own face so I love to experiment with my hair color”

On loving the style from the 90s:
“There was a way of expressing yourself through clothes that had nothing to do with your financial capability… you could even pick something out of the garbage and look amazing.. there was a lot of emotion and genuine angst that came to the surface. And I still love the style because its comfortable”

On her musical faves:
“Driving Music- Black Sabbath. Exercise music: maybe Cyndi Lauper or early Madonna. Lionel Richie for Romance?”

For even more MUSE, be sure to check out Muse Magazine.it

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner | Fashion Editor - Emilie Kareh

 

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Muse Appeal

November 29th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Muse Magazine returns with two stellar new covers that showcase the beauty of two of our favorite faces. Beau Grealy brings out the bohemian in Aline Weber with a witchy shoot that capitalizes on Aline’s posing skills. Styled by Sarah Ellison-Prat and featuring the best in fringed, embellished and embroidered looks, the woodsy shoot and its eerie vibe showcase a fresh side of Aline.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Meghan Collisons cover shoot with Amy Troost  is all about the contemporary wardrobe and all its sleek trappings. With an appealing selection of minimal looks chosen by Beth Fenton and a stark black background, the focus is all on Meghan and how she brings the pieces to life.

For even more on the latest issue of MUSE be sure to check out Muse Magazine.it. 

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Americana

September 19th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Muse Magazine enlists two national treasures for a sophisticated editorial that showcases generations of American beauty. Fashion icon Lauren Hutton and joins superstar Hilary Rhoda in Mariano Vivanco‘s beautiful cover and accompanying fashion story. Dressed in classic pieces from Jil Sander and Hermès, selected by stylist Beth Fenton Hilary and Lauren play out the timeless story of high society doyennes in haute looks.

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She’s Still Got It

June 13th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Muse Magazine features long legged supermodel Cindy Crawford on her own cover this June. In the flawless “Cindy Right Back” by Mariano Vivanco, Crawford reminds us of the extraordinary talent which catapulted her to fame. Crawford comes to life in the accompanying video using her signature supermodel style, and suddenly we are mesmerized like it’s 1986.

Hair: Adir Abergel | Makeup: Billy B | Styling: Beth Fenton | Set Design: JC Molina | Director: Junietsy Demarcos

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Text by Victoria Perillo

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Culture Club

November 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Glamour is a part of the Muse Magazine package and the latest delivers by showcasing several of the industry’s most refined faces. Global beauties Sui He, Aline Weber and Jourdan Dunn are stars of the new generation of top models and on Muse‘s new covers they shine bright. Inside, the issue focuses on international flair and the diverse cultural influences that shape fashion, which are on full display in a series of gorgeously shot stories filled with sleek designs. Check out the striking new images and get a sneak peek at what’s inside the magazine in our exclusive first look.

Sui He, Pan Yan, Ling Ling Kong & Cao Yunfei by Chen Man, styling by Tim Lim

Aline Weber by Ben Weller, styling by Beth Fenton

Jourdan Dunn by Guy Aroch

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The Muses

September 14th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion is driven by inspirational women and their power and Muse Magazine always gets that. The latest issue is filled with stunning new content and women whose beauty, talent and joie de vivre are nothing short of inspiring. Performance art legend, Marina Abramovic steps into the final frontier with a delightful, space themed story by Guy Aroch, while modeling vet Carmen Kass takes to the streets while sporting pieces from the Chloe archives. Inside you’ll also find: Dree Hemingway and Cass Bird‘s idiosyncratic take on luxury, Jacquelyn Jablonski showing off the season’s darkly elegant pieces, new stories featuring Sara BlomqvistHeidi Mount and so much more.

Daphne Groeneveld by Mariano Vivanco, styling by Charles Varenne

Dree Hemingway by Cass Bird, styling by Ethel Park

Carmen Kass by David Bellemere, styling by Ondine Azoulay

Jacquelyn Jablonski by Fabio Raineri, styling by Keegan Singh

Heidi Mount by Guy Aroch, styling by Joanne Blades

Marina Abramovic by Guy Aroch

Sara Blomqvist by Tim Barber, styling by Susan Winget

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Candice Or Nothing

June 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Candice Swanepoel.
Mariano Vivanco.
Muse Magazine.

The most mesmerizing body in the business bares all for a special issue of Muse dedicated entirely to her allure. Mariano Vivanco shoots a black and white portfolio featuring Candice in curls and little else and the elegant images are guaranteed to excite, because when you have Candice, what more do you need?

 

 

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The Look of Hans Feurer

May 24th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

As fashion’s foremost purveyor of nomad chic, Hans Feurer‘s images are unmistakable. Though his body of work is diverse, the pictures that stand out most tend to feature a series of Feurer signatures; layered undone styling, exotic locations and bold tribal makeup. Look at his latest stories for Vogue Paris and Vogue Japan respectively and you’ll see all the trademarks of his aesthetic. VP’s Karmen Pedaru story goes for a harder edge, while his images of Constance Jablonski are all about highlighting her refined beauty, but both stories hinge on variations of the same idea. Take a glimpse back at Feurer’s work over the years and see how he developed the style he’s now known for.

2012 – Karmen Pedaru for Vogue Paris

2012 – Constance Jablonski for Vogue Japan

2011 – Jourdan Dunn for Vogue Paris

2011 – Natasha Poly for Vogue Paris

2010 – Tony Ward for GQ Style Germany

2008 – Erin Heatherton for Muse Magazine

2008 – Scott Barnhill

2007 Jessica Miller for Self Service no. 27

2001 – Erin Wasson for Vogue Paris

1991 – Beverly Peele for Elle France

1983 - American Vogue

1983 – Kenzo

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