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February 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

A model like Sasha Pivovarova only comes along once in awhile, so you can always expect to see her beautiful face in the pages of top tier mags like American Vogue. Case in point the newest edition of Vogue where Sasha is featured twice – first in a Georgia O’Keefe inspired editorial by Mikael Jansson and then in dainty studio shots by Patrick Demarchelier. As a talented artist Sasha fits right into Jansson and Tabitha Simmons‘ richly detailed southwestern story; with canvases, cacti and plenty of Prada filling the pages the colorful images are among the best of the month.

See the full story on Vogue.com

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Poly Principal

December 9th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

2014 covers are off to a strong start with Natasha Poly looking lovely on the front page of Vogue China in a shot by Patrick Demarchelier. The simple and effective cover makes the most of Poly’s captivating stare and that bold green overcoat.

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Cover Crew

November 21st, 2013 |Posted by victoria

Karl Lagerfeld shoots his new muse, Joan Smalls, for the latest cover of Vogue Espana. Lagerfeld truly captures the essence of the model’s beauty, where she completely shines in black and white. The magazine absolutely closes out 2013 the right way with Smalls and a cover as stunning as this.

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Blonde Bombshell Maryna Linchuk looks absolutely angelic on the latest cover from Vogue Russia. Everything about this striking shot by Vincent Peters works—from the feminine hair and makeup, to the sexy styling from Olga Dunina. Well done, Vogue Russia.

Hair: Perrine Rougemont | Makeup: Carole Lasnier | Manicurist: Lucia Cheptene

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It’s no surprise to find Karlie Kloss gracing the cover of Vogue Japan shot by Patrick Demarchelier— this marks her third cover for the magazine in almost six months. As always, however, the outstanding Kloss looks fresh, flawless, and still delivers sex appeal in a more conservative look by Sabino Pantone.

Casting: Piergiorgio Del Moro

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Arizona Muse radiates all things retro-chic on Vogue Australia‘s December cover, by Nathaniel Goldberg. The classic beauty looks elegant and polished, styled by Jillian Davison in Prada, while donning soft waves and her signature smize.

Hair: Diego Da Silva | Makeup: Francelle Daly

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Couture Crush

October 18th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Daria Strokous.
Patrick Demarchelier.
Vogue Russia.

The latest issue of VR offers up a haute fur filled cover story styled by Olga Dunina. Demarchelier’s images capture the decadence of winter fashion Russian style and Daria is as pristine as ever in extravagant couture from Maison Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf and Atelier Versace. (with hair by Yannick D’Is (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and makeup by Serge Hodonou)

See the full story in the database.

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Laundry Service

August 23rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

As some of the most divisive and easily recognizable pieces of the fall/winter season, Céline‘s bold plaid prints have become a focal point in editorials the past few months. Whether you love the red and blue tartan, or find they resemble the ubiquitous laundry bags found at your local bodega it is impossible to deny their presence in the pages of fashion glossies. Though most stylists don’t stray too far from the runway interpretation of the look, Philo’s creations remain compelling, especially when juxtaposed with an interesting background or unique set. In Steven Meisel‘s Vogue Italia shots they are pit against a swirling arm chair by designer Tord Boontje and the pairing brings out the best of both statement pieces. Likewise the seeing the Celine plaid opposite Stella McCartney‘s version of the same in Vogue Russia provides a concise overview of one of fall’s key trends. Naturally, there are also moments when all you need is a great model and a few more pieces from the collection, case in point Tao Okamoto‘s new cover of Vogue Japan which provides an ideal showcase for Tao and those coveted thigh high boots.

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Vogue Japan | Ph. Patrick Demarchelier | Model – Tao Okamoto

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Vogue Russia Ph. Jason Kibbler (Cadence New York) | Fashion Editor – Olga Dunina | Models – Irina Nikolaeva and Patrycja Gardygajlo

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Vogue Paris Ph. David Bellemere | Fashion Editor – Celia Azoulay | Model – Hana Jirickova

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British Vogue | Ph. Patrick Demarchelier | Fashion Editor – Lucinda Chambers | Model – Freja Beha Erichsen

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Vogue Italia Ph. Steven Meisel | Fashion Editor – Marie-Amélie Sauvé | Model – Amanda Murphy

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Marie Claire | Ph. Danilo Gallinari | Fashion Editor – Enrique Campos | Model – Alla Kostromichova

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Marie Claire UK Ph. Daniel Gabbay | Fashion Editor – Jayne Pickering | Model – Vivian Witjes

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In Her Own Words

August 2nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The September issue of British Vogue may feature a stellar Patrick Demarchelier shot of Daria Werbowy on its cover, but the modeling star’s most intriguing contribution to the magazine lies inside the corresponding interview. The insightful piece by Jo Ellison provides a window into Daria’s private world – from her passion for sailing, to her feelings on her landmark career and the fashion business itself. For any appreciator of Daria – or any fan of gutsy, articulate women in general – the piece is a must read.

ON THE BUSINESS OF MODELING : “People are always trying to fit us into boxes and say, she’s this kind of girl or she’s that kind of girl. I think I was feeling that very acutely. I was really confused as to who I was supposed to be. It is very difficult for anyone in the public eye.”

“I’ve always wanted to be a supporter of women and break the gender roles of what women can be. So I when I started working a lot and seeing myself getting sucked into the idea of what model is… I realized I’m not that person.”

“In the beginning I didn’t get it.I wanted to look like me, instead of being done up to look like this older woman. I didn’t understand fashion. Now I have more respect. I see what these people are trying to do me. ”

ON TAKING A BREAK FROM FASHION : “It was more a way of embracing who I was and realizing that I had to be true to myself. To keep that mental sanity.”

ON FEELING PRIDE ABOUT HER WORK WITH CELINE “She feels connected to the woman I’m becoming.”

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Murphy’s Law

July 31st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Chic Chicagoan Amanda Murphy is quietly becoming the go to girl for top tier photographers in search of a little All-American charm. With her classic features and soulful brown eyes, Amanda harks back to an earlier period in modeling. It’s easy to imagine off-kilter beauty fitting right in during the late 90s / early 00s, back when all models were expected to have a mix of edge and elegance. It’s that combination that makes Amanda such an in demand commodity, this month alone you’ll find her face in the pages of American Vogue, Vogue Paris and on her 2nd Vogue Italia cover in a row.

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Ph. Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia see the behind the scenes video on Vogue.it

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Ph. Patrick Demarchelier for American Vogue

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Ph. Alasdair McLellan for Vogue Paris

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Ph. Mario Sorrenti for Interviewsee the full story on Interview.com

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Sasha Fierce

June 25th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

In case you had any doubts about the triumphant return of the one and only Sasha Pivovarova, take a look at what the girl with the killer stare has been up to lately. In the blink of an eye Sasha has racked up a striking Patrick Demarchelier cover of Vogue Japan, a David Sims studio extravaganza for American Vogue and starring role Hedi Slimane‘s Saint Laurent Paris resort collection -a promising start and you can expect even more big things right around the corner.

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Sasha Pivovarova by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Japan / Image Courtesy Vogue Japan

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Sasha Pivovarova by Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent Paris / Image Courtesy Saint Laurent Paris

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Sasha Pivovarova by David Sims for American Vogue | Image Credit Vogue.com

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