Tush Push

February 4th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The latest issue of Tush pushes all the right buttons with page after page of pure eye-candy. From the staggering covers by Txema Yeste, Hugh Lippe, Armin Morbach and Yu Tsai to the
energetic editorials inside the issue is an absolute pleasure. Take a look at our special sneak peek – these pictures speak for themselves and be sure to check out the special behind the scenes with Anne Vyalitsyna video too!

Viktoriya Sasonkina
by Txema Yeste | Anne Vyalitsyna by Yu Tsai

Rianne Ten Haken by Hugh Lippe | Iris Strubegger by Txema Yeste

Eveline Hall by Armin Morbach | Luisa Bianchin by Armin Morbach

Johnny Harrington by Armin Morbach

Posted in: General news

Graphic Novel

July 27th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Nippon starts the September issue season off right with Daniel Jackson and Marie Chaix‘s sleek collaboration. Jackson’s mod black and whites of a black bobbed Rianne Ten Haken, look cool and minimalist and the graphic clothes chosen by Chaix compliment the theme – how cool are those giant Alexis Bittar earrings on Rianne?

Posted in: General news

Stay Classy!

June 22nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Notorious reputation aside, Terry Richardson can keep it classy when he wants to; case in point, the photographer’s latest story for W, an appealing slice of Manhattan life piece featuring the lovelies Jessica StamTao OkamotoKarolina KurkovaViktoriya SasonkinaElisa Sednaoui, Edita Vilkeviciute, Ana Beatriz Barros, Liu Wen and Rianne Ten Haken. Whether it is Rianne looking ladylike in Vuitton outside the Time and Life Building, or Stam holding a pooch in head to toe Miu Miu; the story presents a chic and classic take on urban dressing that never loses its edge. View the entire affair at WMagazine.com.

Posted in: General news

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!


Posted in: General news

New & Improved

February 16th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Great casting makes the story, Vogue is always filled with familiar faces, but the ones that stand out most are the first timers. This month several girls make their debut: Steven Meisel‘s ladylike editorial boasts American Vogue first timers, Freja Beha Erichsen, Mirte Maas and Rianne Ten Haken (who returns to the pages of Vogue six years after her last appearance in 2004) alongside Wintour favorites like Karlie Kloss, Liya Kebede and Lara Stone. The photography is excellent and Grace Coddington provides her quintessential stylist’s touch but the girls are what make this story worthwhile.






Posted in: General news

Project Runway

January 13th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Every month Steven Meisel comes up with another ingenious theme for Vogue Italia and this month is all about backstage : Meisel and Lori Goldstein recreate the energy and atmosphere of a runway show but not without adding in a hint of VI’s wry humor. Everything one would expect to see is here; from backstage catfights to wardrobe malfunctions and cigarette breaks. As always the model lineup is impeccable with appearances by Agyness Deyn, Alla Kostromichova, Anna de Rijk, Anna Selezneva, Constance Jablonski, Daria Strokous, Freja Beha Erichsen, Gwen Loos, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Irina Kulikova, Iris Strubegger, Isabeli Fontana, Iselin Steiro, Jac Jagaciak, Jamie Bochert, Kamila Filipcikova, Kasia Struss, Kendra Spears, Karlie Kloss, Lara Stone, Lily Donaldson, Liya Kebede, Magdalena Frackowiak, Mirte Maas, Natasha Poly, Patricia van der Vliet, Ranya Mordanova, Rianne Ten Haken, Rose Cordero, Sasha Pivovarova, Sessilee Lopez, Sigrid Agren, Siri Tollerod, Snejana Onopka and Viktoriya Sosonkina.



Vogue Italia February 2010 | Image Credit, Diciassette <3

Posted in: General news

Did It Again

November 3rd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

There is only one way to top an impressive Vogue Italia cover – show up in the next issue looking even better. Rianne Ten Haken was sexy on the cover of October’s extravaganza but for November Steven Meisel takes her into a stronger territory. With flame red hair and a maniacal grin Rianne heads into a twisted world reminiscent of sci-thriller Safe, even with the dramatic backdrop its hard to take your eyes off Miss Ten Haken.





Posted in: General news

Sweet Charity

October 27th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle


Nothing brings a great cause to light like an imaginative ad that captures the heart of an issue with intelligence and wit. Of course, a few of the world’s most beautiful models stripping down to their skivvies certainly doesn’t hurt either. Cameron Russell, Rianne Ten Haken, Rachel Alexander, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Crystal Renn, Shannan Click, Olya Ivanisevic, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Alla Kostromichova, Nicole Trunfio and Heidi Mount join forces to bring awareness to 350.org and the International Day of Climate Awareness via a humorous spot that has the girls peeling off layers due to the heat caused by the rising carbon count. The ad conceived by Cameron herself, is a smart and sexy way to get attention for a great cause. MDC spoke to the always eloquent Cameron for a little insight into why this cause is so important and how the project itself got off the ground.

MDC: There are so many great people involved in this video – how did you organize such a project?

Cameron: All the girls are my friends and loved shooting the video for a good cause, so that part was relatively easy to pull together.

The whole project happened from start to finish in a little under two weeks and 300 phone calls–who knew production was so complicated!

MDC: On a personal level what made you want to get involved with this cause?

Cameron: I think Climate Change is the most important issue of our time. In the history of the world all 5 mass extinctions have been accompanied by massive climate change, so we are facing an incredible serious threat.  In fact we are technically in the 6th mass extinction right now, and it is the first mass extinction being attributed to human kind. My all time hero Tibor Kalman showed the world the ability of mass media to convey serious images and create real discussion (think 90’s Benneton ad’s of people with AIDS). Climate Change which is often seen as very political or scientific needs to be made a people’s issue. My hope is that this ad helps re-brand environmentalism.

Watch the video in HD on the Studio 4a Youtube channel.

Posted in: General news

Previous Posts