Rebel Waltz

June 3rd, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The boys are out for some midnight mischief and up to no good in Lacey’s cheeky short for Details Magazine. Entitled “Rebel”, the film’s casting by Edward Kim of irreverent antiheroes like Daisuke Ueda and Nicola Wincenc are featured as animated paper cutouts styled á la rude boy by Eugene Tong. Animator Pete List handled bringing to life all the handsome devilry like bar brawls and back alley skateboarding. See “Rebel” below:

Film by Lacey (Camilla Lowther Management), Cinematography by Christopher Webb, Animated by Pete List, Edited by Kate Owen, Styled by Eugene Tong, Groomed by Martyn, Christopher and Harper

Models: Marc LülohHamid OnifadeBenjamin JarvisNoma HanDaisuke Ueda, Chan Kim, Keisuke AsanoPaul-Alexandre HaubtmannDallas Alberti, Payden Hayes, Nicola WincencMatthew DavidsonThomas Gibbons

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Divine Comedy

April 17th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Jeff Bark creates an explosive new world for Dazed & Confused‘s May issue, crafting vivid portraits filled with energy, color and life that look unlike anything else. Styled by Robbie Spencer, hair by Recine and makeup by Lisa Houghton, the story features a wild array of the season’s most arresting couture looks, capturing the beauty in controlled chaos. Catherine McNeil, Noma Han and Sung Jin Park lead a stunning cast and look phenomenal in what is easily one of the most creative and dynamic stories we’ve seen of late.

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Bright Young Things

March 9th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

The hotly anticipated new issue of Vogue Hommes Japan features the young rising stars of tomorrow by Miguel Reveriego, cast by Daniel Peddle, wearing the latest in spring fashions styled by Shun Watanabe. Which face and trend catches your eye?



Johannes Niermann, Noma Han, Linus Gustin, Adrian Cardoso, Sebastian Sauvé, Tim Meiresone, Peter Bruder

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Greystoke

June 28th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Looks like grey is the new black (again)! Lanvin‘s trio of lovelies, Magdalena Frackowiak, Mariacarla Boscono and Anja Rubik glower fiercely in gunmetal grey for Steven Meisel (read more about Lanvin’s new St. Tropez store here at WWD).  Benetton‘s casting by Michelle Lee is, as usual, divine: multi-culti with some of the freshest faces of the season. The crew, photographed by Josh Olins/styled by Clare Richardson, wears the color enhanced with silver. Hugo Boss does slate with Ben Hill and Sasha Pivovarova fronting the German brand as shot by Cedric Buchet. Looks like there’s something here for everyone in the three campaigns. What’s your favorite grey piece you’ll be picking up for fall?


Hind Sahli, Sharon Kavjian, Abiah Hostvedt, Noma Han, Luis Borges, Ann Kenny, Charlie France and Willy Cartier.

Image source, WWD, Red Models and The Fashionspot.

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