Art Forum

January 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Robbie Spencer.
Josephine Skriver.
Harper’s Bazaar.

An appealing tour through the season’s art influenced accessories brought to life by Josephine’s expressive modeling and Spencer’s dynamic styling. The colorful and creative shots by Burbridge bring a playful energy to the pages of Bazaar and work well with the bold pieces from Prada, McQueen and Celine.

Rita Marmor (Hair Stylist) | Kabuki (Makeup Artist) | Honey (Manicurist) | See the full story in the database. 

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Intermission Introduction

November 1st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

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Photographer: Patrik Sehlstedt | stylist: Brian Molloy | Hair: Diego Da Silva | Makeup: Maud Laceppe | Model: Meghan Collison | All image courtesy of Intermission

INTERMISSION consistently presents its readers with some of the most striking imagery around, enlisting a edgy lineup of boundary pushing photographers, stylists and makeup artists to create stories that resonate long after you’re finished reading the magazine. For fall the issue comes jam packed with art, culture and of course fashion. The four covers and accompanying features run the gamut from elegant takes on the season’s runway essentials, to atmospheric black and whites. Patrik Sehlstedt‘s moody shots of Meghan Collison capture her dark beauty perfectly, while stylist Brian Molloy’s mix of textured outerwear and wintry layers serves as the perfect complement to the rustic setting.

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Photographer: Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) | Stylist: Tony Irvine | Hair: Rutger | Makeup: Sil Bruinsma | Models: Marikka Juhler (cover) & Jacob Morton

Artistry is on display in Gregory Harris’ unique images of Marikka Juhler and Jacob Morton. Utilizing collage and a mix of high contrast black & white shots with vibrant color photos, Harris creates a stylized editorial with an avant garde feel. Sporting face paint and a wardrobe of eclectic jet black styles, Marikka gives her all in dramatic poses.

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Photographer: John Scarisbrick | Stylist: Tom Van Dorpe (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Hair: Tomihiro Kono | Makeup: Maud Laceppe | Model: Emily DiDonato

John Scarisbrick shoots Emily DiDonato in sporty tees paired expertly with slinky looks from Givenchy, Altuzarra and Sacai by Tom van Dorpe. Showcasing Emily’s larger than life beauty and the innate sensuality found the runways this season, Scarsbrick’s story mixes studio shots with breezy outdoors images to create an appealing take on red hot wintry wear.

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Photographer: Richard Burbridge | Stylist: Brian Molloy | Hair: Rutger | Makeup: Lisa Houghton | Model: Ondria Hardin

Richard Burbridge shoots and Ondria Hardin poses – doesn’t get much better than that. Hardin is a natural in front of the camera and seeing her in streamlined looks from Céline and Stella McCartney, just makes sense. Burbridge is never one to simply offer a straightforward story and there is always a twist to be expected when he’s shooting, here he utilizes texture and lighting to great effect creating pictures that reveal the detail behind even the most pared down pieces.

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Photographer: Paul Wetherell| Stylist: Brian Molloy | Hair: James Pecis | Makeup: Maki Ryoke | Models:Tilda Lindstam, Stef Van Der Laan & Dylan Fosket

But wait, there is more! Inside the magazine you’ll find plenty more to adore, including this gravity defying hair story. James Pecis creates a otherworldly styles that break from the norm – Medusa-inspired braids, cloud-like curls and a few looks that take the term “sideswept” to its logical endpoint. Tilda, Stef and Dylan shine in Paul Wetherell’s refined images which show the limits of what hair can do!

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McQueen’s Majesty

October 21st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The majesty of McQueen is brought to life by Richard Burbridge in the pages of Dazed & Confused. Robbie Spencer styles a powerful showcase for Sarah Burton’s creations, capturing their pomp and circumstance as well as the exquisite detail of their construction. Religion, royalty, theater and the full spectacle of fashion are on display as Kirsi Pyrhonen & Magdalena Jasek wear Burton’s masterful creations.

See the full story on Dazed Digital

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Retrospective : Vogue Hommes Japan

November 9th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Earlier this week it was announced that the consistently stellar Vogue Hommes Japan would be shuttering as part of Conde Nast’s decision to switch their men’s publications globally from Vogue, to GQ Style. Magazines come and go, but Vogue Hommes Japan was something special. Led by Nicola Formichetti and featuring the talents of some of fashion’s biggest names, the mag delved into the artistic, eccentric and boundary pushing side of menswear. Fashion can often be disproportionally focused on the ladies, but Formichetti and co. breathed new life into the world of men’s editorial with an outlook that was bold, brash and always on point. We’re going to miss VHJP and their in-your-face style, take a look back at some of our favorite editorials from the magazine and share your own in the comments.

One Impression of Francis Bacon
Ph. Tim Richardson
Fashion Editor – Shun Watanabe | MU Kristin Gallegos | Hair Cash Lawless

A mind-bending tribute to one of art’s heros, accompanied by an equally compelling film.


Digital Vol. 1 iPad Special
Ph. Pierre Debusschere
Fashion Editor – Nicola Formichetti

Before gifs became a regular part of our appreciation of editorials, Vogue Hommes Japan was creating content that utilized new media to tell fashion tales in a whole new way.


Ph. Mariano Vivanco
Fashion Editor – Nicola Formichetti

Gothic glamour at its finest, a theme the magazine has revisited since, but this story holds a special place in our hearts.


Samurai Fiction
Ph. Hedi Slimane
Fashion Editor – Nicola Formichetti

Pushing past the expected Slimane-isms and into new territory, this story explored the Asian influenced menswear trends in the most beautiful manner all in juicy, pops off the page color. We wish we could order prints of this one!


Glamourama
Ph. Miles Aldridge
Fashion Editor – Shun Watanabe | Makeup - Lloyd Simmonds

High gloss fantasy and saturated colors are Aldridge’s signature style, but this edit gives things a decadent menswear twist that makes things pulsate with energy.


Style & Product
Ph. Santiago & Mauricio Sierra
Fashion Editor – Shun Watanabe
Makeup –  Maud Laceppe | Hair - Diego Da Silva

You might remember this one from MDX recently, Shun Watanabe turned it out with the styling – Thom Browne has never looked this good.


The Americans
Ph. Hedi Slimane
Fashion Editor – Nicola Formichetti

Instant classic!


Bondage Warriors
Ph. Steven Klein
Fashion Editor –  Nicola Formichetti |  Makeup – Kabuki | Hair –  Shon

Steven Klein’s preoccupation with bondage has led to some truly exquisite editorials and this is no exception. Many fashion stories get called edgy, but this one pushed all the limits and it payed off big time.


The Creator of Devotion
Ph. Matthew Stone
Fashion Editor - Matthew Josephs
Makeup - Alex Box |  Hair - James Pecis

Pure beauty from one of the art world’s most exciting talents. Stone is a noted photographer, sculptor, performance artist, curator and more, this story utilizes his talents to create a sumptuous vision that went beyond fashion.


A Glowing Response
Ph. Richard Burbridge
Fashion Editor - Robbie Spencer
Makeup –  Peter Philips

Who says a men’s beauty story has to be dull? Burbridge plays with color and light, while Robbie Spencer’s styling talents are put to good use with the expressive styling.

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Put A Ring On It

April 30th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Is there a single more ubiquitous luxury item than the Givenchy couture nose rings? Sure those Prada car print skirts are everywhere and you can’t walk down the street without seeing a Celine luggage tote, but nothing is more noticeable than five pounds of metalwork dangling from a beautiful girl’s face.

Add to this that the Givenchy nose rings have all the elements of an editorial frontrunner; undeniable visual impact – check, expensive – check, hard to get your hands on – double check. There was absolutely no way editors could resist themselves and as such the rings have been showing up in every magazine imaginable for the past few months.

Are you still enjoying seeing these beautiful ornaments – or are you ready to move on to the next trend? We admit to experiencing a bit of Givenchy fatigue – considering that the pieces are always styled with Givenchy looks, which is nice but not exactly exciting. Wouldn’t it be interesting to see these paired with something else – maybe mix in one of those other overexposed editorial favorites, Balenciaga Darth Vader visors anyone?

Franzi Mueller by Greg Kadel for Vogue Germany

Jessica Chastain by Paolo Roversi for W Magazine, styling by Edward Enninful

Vlada Roslyakova by Richard Burbridge for Dazed & Confused, styling by Robbie Spencer

Karlie Kloss by Angelo Pennetta for British Vogue

Natasha Poly by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, styling by Emmanuelle Alt

Grimes by Hedi Slimane for Dazed & Confused

Marie Piovesan by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia, styling by Panos Yiapanis

Arthur Gosse by Fabien Kruszelnicki for Hero Magazine

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Deja Vu : Food for Thought

April 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge‘s latest over the top story for New York Times Magazine celebrates the season’s candy colored dresses & bold fruit prints, with a festive food meets fashion series of images. The idea is simple – take the plum prints on a Dolce & Gabbana dress and serve them with a side of fruit salad for good measure – but the magic is all in the execution. Robbie Spencer‘s styling on this story is nothing short of amazing – though we do wonder if he was the one picking up the cart at Whole Foods in addition to selecting the stellar designer looks. Hanne Gaby Odiele and Julia Nobis bring the concept to life with animated posing and the occasional taste of sweetness.

The story got us thinking about all the other time’s we’ve seen fashion and food collide. Though we prefer our meals on a plate something has to be said for the unexpected art that comes about when you re-imagine what every day items can do. Have a trip down memory lane and see some of our  favorite food meets fashion combos.

There is a Dolce & Gabbana dress hiding beneath all that produce.

Even if you didn’t notice the lobsters, this would be an epic shot.

Viktor & Rolf‘s decadent designs get coated in candy – very fitting!

Artist Sung Yeon Ju‘s Wearable Foods series (2009-2010) featured clothing crafted out of materials like banana peels and slices of eggplant.

2010 Kirsi Pyrhonen wore lettuce as a fashion statement in images by Magnus Unnar for the Barneys holiday catalog.

Who can forget that meat dresses Lady Gaga wore on the red carpet & the cover of Vogue Hommes Japan in 2010 – also designed by Sung Yeon Ju!

Cintia Dicker delights in a dress full of M&Ms in Ryan Yoon‘s shoot for Virgine Magazine - 2010

And now for something you can actually put in your mouth. How about some Chanel & Christian Louboutin cupcakes? Prop stylist Lisa Edsalv and photographer Therese Aldgard collaborated on these and we’re petitioning Aaron de MeyKarl Lagerfeld to get them in stores.

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Couture Kick

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Richard Burbridge.
Robbie Spencer.
Vlada Roslyakova.
Dazed & Confused.

Couture taken to the next level in a spirited and spectacular story that pairs the best of luxury with items straight from the local sporting goods emporium. Truly a one of a kind experience – see more from the April issue on Dazed Digital.

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Jet Black

November 3rd, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Italia knows that nothing grabs your attention better than a striking fresh face, no wonder they’ve enlisted the gorgeous Corinna Ingenleuf for a gorgeous edit by Richard Burbridge. With her sleek look and steely gaze, Corrina is the perfect choice for a hard edged story with loads of black leather. We love how effortlessly cool girls like Corrina, Freja Beha Erichsen, and Saskia de Brauw are creating an androgynous model moment. In addition to the gothic pieces, the story syled by Robbie Spencer, the story features a selection of in your face wristwatches from the likes of Cartier & Rolex.

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