January 27th, 2015 | Janelle
The nonchalance and grit of late 70s Manhattan takes center stage in new editorials from Parisienne staples Vogue Paris and Numéro. In Lachlan Bailey (Management + Artists)’s striking VP story, Vanessa Moody is a chic beauty with a shag haircut and a wardrobe of 70s staples, from ribbed turtlenecks to navel grazing necklaces. Géraldine Saglio (Management + Artists) pulls out all the stops creating an authentically retro wardrobe for Moody. Little details like rotary phones in Vanessa’s apartment, classic cars and the backdrop of Harlem brownstones make the viewing experience especially pleasurable.
In Numero Greg Kadel captures vintage Manhattan in beautiful black & white with Ronja Furrer looking like she stepped out of a classic film. Havana Laffitte provides the era appropriate wardrobe, but mixes in a few modern elements like a metallic jacket for added interest.
Lachlan Bailey (Photographer) Géraldine Saglio (Fashion Editor/Stylist) James Pecis (Hair Stylist) Marla Belt (Makeup Artist) Eli Metcalf (Set Designer) Elisa Ferri (Manicurist) / See the full story in the fashion database
Greg Kadel (Photographer) Havana Laffitte (Fashion Editor/Stylist) Dennis Lanni (Hair Stylist) Mariel Barrera (Makeup Artist) Gille Mills (Set Designer) Elena Capo (Manicurist) / See the full story in the fashion database
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