Factory Kids

July 29th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Who better to recreate the spirit of Andy Warhol’s Factory than Interview Magazine? The sixties are revisited in gritty fashion by Peter Lindbergh and Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists) who enlist a slew of fresh faces to channel the energy and eclecticism that defined the time period. Casting directors Noah Shelley and Angus Munro select kids with the edge and personality needed to represent the downtown scene, Ronja FurrerHollie May Saker,  Lea Goode, Madison StubbingtonJoel Wolfe, Marley Chapman, Adam Lee, Jacob Bixenman, Mark L, Shannon Clagett and Steffy Argelich take center stage in Lindbergh’s stripped down images looking cool and nonchalant while wearing dressed down designer pieces. Though fashion fanatics are sure to spot modern looks from Proenza Schouler and Saint Laurent Paris among the wares featured in the editorial Lindbergh’s photos could easily pass as candid snapshots from a bygone era.

See the full story on Interview Magazine.com

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Full Throttle

July 11th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Saying that Isabeli Fontana is sexy is a bit like saying water is wet, but the Brazilian bombshell is in rare form in the pages of Vogue Russia. Shot by Terry Tsiolis and sporting a variety of plunging necklines and sinewy shapes selected by Karen Langley Isabeli radiates heat in the sleek studio images. Even when she’s covered in by graphic Proenza Schouler and Christopher Kane prints she still manages to look every inch the vixen.

See the full story in the MDC Fashion Database

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Proenza’s Pulse

July 10th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Proenza Schouler ‘s fall campaign kicks off with a bang, David Sims shoots show opener Julia Bergshoeff in the duo’s kinetic designs for a striking set of images. In the capable hands of Marie Chaix (Art Partner) the collection comes to life the black and white patterns popping against the bright background. The effervescent, Ron Nagle influenced autumn collection explored ideas about action and motion and those themes repeat here. Bleached brows courtesy of Diane Kendal and a sleek coif by Guido Palau complete the vibe to create a look worthy of Jack & Lazaro’s cool girls.

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Sports Rave

June 30th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The season’s vibrant pieces come to life in Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists)’s sporty Vogue Japan story filled with fresh faces. Riley Montana, Larissa Hofmann and Emma Waldo pose in colorful looks from Proenza Schouler, Moschino and Acne Studios chosen by stylist Aurora Sansone. The unique combinations take the familiar runway pieces and imbue them with a sporty girlishness that makes them feel new – even the oft used Dior lace-up dress gets a new lease on life when paired with a puffy Eugenia Kim hat.

See the full story in the fashion database.

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Cool Summer

May 22nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Purity is a theme often tackled by editorials, but few handle it with as deft a hand as Emma Tempest (Jed Root) In the pages of Vogue Russia Tempest shoots Jacquelyn Jablonski looking serene in all-white against a backdrop of pale skies and cool waves. The minimal wardrobe selected by stylist Camilla Pole features the latest from Proenza Schouler, J.W. Anderson and Balenciaga, combined to create a crisp and modern take on monochromatic dressing. As always Jacquelyn delivers in her images, providing the right amount of nonchalance to work with Tempest’s pared down yet evocative photography.

See the full story in the fashion database.

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Survivalism

May 1st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Luxury fashion might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you’re stranded on a desert island, but who says that a girl can’t accessorize herself out of a bad situation. Laurie Bartley (Management + Artists) creates a decadent version of survivalism in the pages of Numero Tokyo with Querelle Jansen playing the role of well-dressed crash survivor making the best of it in pieces from Louis Vuitton and Proenza Schouler. Stylist Felipe Mendes manages to make even the most extravagant designer pieces work in this unique scenario, while pared down hair and makeup by Dennis Gots (Jed Root) and Diego Sierralta keep Querelle looking disheveled yet unquestionably chic.

See the full story on Management Artists

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Sense of Midnight

April 25th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

In most metallic themed editorials the reflective shades are depicted as bold and bright, bursting off the page but Sean and Seng (Management + Artists) offer up a fresh take on the seasons shimmering pieces in the pages Vogue Japan. Focusing on the subtle glimmer of fabric as viewed beneath moonlight, the duo along with stylist Sissy Vian (Management + Artists) capture decadent looks from Dior, Proenza Schouler, Gucci and Haider Ackermann beneath the pale moonlight in a rowboat set adrift in murky waters. Karmen Pedaru plays the role of siren admirably, wearing each look with ease even as a serpent coils around her body.

Hair – Mark Hampton / Make-up – Petros Petrohilos / Production – Sylvia Farago / Casting directors – Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna/ Set Design – Emma Roach

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Endless Summer

April 3rd, 2014 |Posted by Matthew

Last fall, while the rest of the world was settling in for winter, Self Service hit the L.A. coastline for a glimpse into Summer 2014. Soaking up 48 hours of sun and surf, Anna Ewers and Kirsty Hume strike a perfect pair of beach blondes in this carefree California editorial, photographed by Glen Luchford (Art Partner). Anna and Kirsty join up with a band of surfer dudes, catch a few waves, and laze on the shore, all the while sporting spring’s most enviable fashions styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner). Like any beach weekend, Anna and Kirsty’s jaunt isn’t without its hijinks; after swapping Prada and Proenza Schouler for a wetsuit, Anna goes rogue, paddling out in full Chanel.

See the full story in the fashion database.

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