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Natasa Now

April 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

With her skillful posing and innate presence in front of the camera Natasa Vojnovic elevates every editorial she appears in. With over a decade in the business the always in demand Ms. Vojnovic knows how to work it in front of the camera – no wonder she’s doing double duty this month in the pages of Interview Magazine and British Vogue with stellar editorials that put her allure to good use. Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello enlist Vojnovic for a sumptuous bohemian affair heavy on pattern and lush greenery. Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) takes her into darker territory showing the other side of bohemia in his stripped down, atmospheric shoot for Interview – two wildly different stories united by their gorgeous subject and chic interpretations of the boho trend.

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All-Star Spring

March 13th, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Gunning for April 2014 with a head start, Vogue Japan dives into its Art of Style issue with 10 top models in one fabulous edit. Luigi & Daniele + Iango shoot Karmen Pedaru, Hilary Rhoda, and several more in a celebration of beauty and glamour that’s bound to amaze. Giovanna Battaglia brings her signature eye for color in styling this megawatt shoot, exemplifying that “Style Has Many Faces.” Some of those faces include Liu Wen inPrada, Nadja Bender in Tom Ford, and Elisabeth Erm in Givenchy. Overwhelming abundance seems to be in full bloom this spring, and this glamorous series—rounded out by Julia Stegner, Jeneil Williams, Lily Donaldson, Natasa Vojnovic and Catherine McNeil—might be the best one yet.

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Dressed to Kill

August 29th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Natasa Vojnovic‘s skill in front of the camera is legendary and she brings her all to the pages of Tush with a striking cover/editorial by Txema Yeste. Wearing menswear inspired pieces from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Salvatore Ferragamo and Stella McCartney, Natasa poses and preens in leather jackets and tailored suiting. Bernat Buscató‘s inventive styling gives Natasa plenty to work with wardrobe wise, but the attitude she brings to each shot is all her own.

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And it begins…

January 14th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Andrej Pejic by Andrew Weir for ACW.

Some of our favorite casting directors are in Europe and documenting their favorites. Andrew Weir’s Weir Diary has boy of the moment Andrej on it right now. Maurilio Carnino has some of his favorite faces as well on his MTC site.

F/W 11 began at Pitti Uomo in Florence. If you missed it, watch the Trussardi show on their website, in case you’re wondering who was that show opener, it’s the divine Rob Evans (screencapped above).

Take a peek at Dazed & Confused great backstage pics of the show, by Morgan O’Donovan.

Tommy Ton’s also there of course.

One of our favorite model agency bloggers is Ford NY’s Damien Neva who’s in Italy as we speak. Informative, witty, thoroughly detailed and timely, his blog posts are a pleasure. Expect more of his awesomeness from Europe.

Take a peek at Gareth Pugh’s F/W 11 Video by Ruth Hogben shown in Florence. MDC fave Natasa Vojnovic is her normal fierce self.

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Catching Up With Resort

June 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Have you been keeping up with Resort? This season’s array of wearable yet chic clothes is a cut above the usual. With newer designers like Erin Fetherston and Rag & Bone joining the resort resort regulars like ODLR and Donna Karan, the clothes have gotten younger, fresher and much more exciting; have a look at some of our favorite pieces from the season so far and tell us which resort looks you’re coveting!

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Fur cardigan, combat boots and a minidress; the combination sounds odd on paper, but mixed together they look flawless on Tayane Leão. The color scheme is also completely in line with the warm palate of mustards, oranges and siennas we’ve been seeing at all the shows.

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Marc Jacobs Resort

We can’t help but wonder if Jamie Bochert was Marc’s muse for resort; she brings to life his frilly cocktail dresses and ballerina skirts and proves that edgy and girly can exist in one outfit.

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Erin Fetherston

Straw hats are becoming a theme for resort, they showed up at Jason Wu and here at Erin where she finds a way to make the kitschy style seem natural, by balancing it with the feminine blouse and sky high platforms seen on Emily Wake.

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Anna Sui Resort

Anna knows boho, season after season she incorporates some version of the look into her collection and for resort offers up a host of beautiful pattered dresses. Naturally, Chanel Iman looks divine in all of them.

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Adam offers up a different take on bohemian, considerably more grown up but still hippie. We love how this floral look on Natasa Vojnovic was paired with flat sandals, it just captures the ease of wear that resort is all about.

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3.1 Phillip Lim

Phillip drew inspiration from Bianca Jagger for his sophisticated cruise looks, which means the retro glamour is taken up a notch. White hose aside, Kim Noorda looks pitch perfect in Lim’s intricate LBD accented with a cream colored blazer.

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Image Credit | Style.com

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Acne Celebrates

June 4th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

The 10th issue of influential style bible, Acne Paper is cause for celebration and the publication hosted an intimate gathering this week, attended by fashion luminaries like Olivier Zahm, and the boys of Proenza, as well as cover stars Mirte Maas and Natasa Vojnovic. With an exceptionally strong cover and a reputation for being on of the most cutting edge magazines on the scene right now, Acne certainly has reason to celebrate.

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Photographer Daniel Jackson with cover stars Natasa Vojnovic and Mirte Maas

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Copies of the special 10th edition shot by Daniel Jackson

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Anna de Rijk and Sara Blomqvist take in the festivities

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Trendsetter Alexa Chung and Alex Turner | Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler.

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Acne CEO Mikael Schiller and Caroline Winberg

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Michael Stipe clutches his copy of Acne | Olivier Zahm single-handedly brings pastels back

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Mirte Maas, radiant in blue silk

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The cover in all its glory

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Powdered & Painted

April 16th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Acne Paper refuses to rest on its laurels, with every issue the magazine becomes more interesting and well rounded. The cover of the latest issue leaves us speechless: Rianne Ten Haken, Mirte Maas and Natasa Vojnovic re-imagined in the style of a classical painting by Daniel Jackson. Perfection!

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Fire Fox

March 15th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Javier Vallhonrat takes Natasa Vojnovic to the wild side for Vogue Germany, with an intense editorial that gives Natasa the chance to show off her legendary posing skills. In ‘Tanz auf dem Vulkan’ (Dance on the Volcano), Vallhonrat creates an otherworldly vision: the fiery background, Natasa’s movements and Mika Mizutani‘s expert styling, combine to create a beautiful and memorable story.

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Natasa Vojonic by Javier Vallhonrat
Natasa Vojonic by Javier Vallhonrat
Natasa Vojonic by Javier Vallhonrat

Image Credit | Scan by Helligirl @ tFS

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