Full View: Transmission

January 14th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

We first previewed the eclectic and intelligent Transmission Magazine with an interview editor in chief Dylan Forsberg that provided an in-depth look at the magazine’s inception and unique point of view. Now the entire issue is available for perusal online, complete with stripped down stories featuring Alana Zimmer, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Samantha Gradoville and Kasia Struss. Shot by Forsberg and Paul Maffi the issue explores themes of duality and transparency via an array of thoughtful content – short stories, paintings and of course photographs.

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Desire & Despair

July 3rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones deliver a steamy and otherworldly story for Contributor Magazine that pushes visual boundaries with an appealing mix of raw sensuality and edgy imagery. Alex Box transforms Samantha Gradoville into a sylphlike vixen as she wears a variety of headpieces from Ali Pirzadeh; the end result is a truly beautiful story that stays with you.







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Kiss Off

July 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The lovely Samantha Gradoville graces Numero‘s latest cover and we can’t help but notice that she’s looking a little different. Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello‘s color saturated cover image draws our eyes to a very cosmetically enhanced pout. The fétiche headline lets us know were in for something a little sinful and the larger than life lips prepare us for a story that is sure to push the beauty boundaries.

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Water for Elephants

February 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sean and Seng present a unique story for POP, featuring the lovely Samantha Gradoville and a herd of frolicking elephants in Thailand. The colorful and atmospheric story showcases Sam at her best in styling by Tamara Rothstein as it creates a dreamy and ethereal mood.

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Clean Lines

September 1st, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Sometimes the simplest clothes make for the most engaging portraits; Anthony Maule and stylist, Samuel Francois create a sleek Numéro editorial centered around fall’s minimalist shapes. Using impeccable ensembles from brands like Calvin Klein and Rochas shot in a stripped down high contrast style, Maule crafts a beautiful series of images heightened by Samantha Gradoville‘s strong and sexy presence. The jet black eyebrows, the slicked back hair crafted by Romina Manenti, that incredible red Margiela coat – now this is how you do power dressing!

Image Credit | Carla-A @ tFS

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In the Shadows

July 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Numero never fails to offer up something different and the August issue showcases the talents of photographer Viviane Sassen in an atypical editorial starring Samantha Gradoville. Using shadow and light to great effect, Sassen creates a surreal atmosphere and Belén Casadevalls colorful styling combines the best of the season’s knits with a pair of unbelievable over the knee boots by Chanel. With its raw outdoor shots and dreamy feel the story is a breath of fresh air and Samantha looks flawless even in the contorted poses.

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Image Conscious

May 18th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

W gives us an early taste of fall with Craig McDean‘s chic portfolio of the season’s must have looks. Using a cast of IMG beauties and a simple peach backdrop, McDean highlights just about every piece we loved from the F/W collections. Once again Alex White‘s styling looks phenomenal and each girl wears an ensemble that speaks to her personality; could anyone look better in that stunning Haakan dress than Karolina, who better to show off Rodarte’s ethereal spirt than Liya? See the full portfolio and the models and designer’s take on each look at W Magazine.com


Liya Kebede


Karolina Kurkova


Freja Beha Erichsen

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Bits & Bytes: Adnan Available

March 12th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Adnan Djinovic walked for Lanvin, Kenzo and YSL back in January in between classes and studying. Now fully available, look for this hazel eyed beauty to be featured in our new faces section and to storm some serious editorial pages in the coming months. (Photo courtesy of Ford Homme).


Fashion news:

For those of you who missed the incredible Viktor and Rolf show in Paris, here’s a quick explanation and video.

Fashionista catches a guy explaining runway shows to a friend, and he’s pretty damn accurate.

Bernard Arnault is the 7th richest man in the world. His rival Bernard Pinault is the 77th. We are not on this list.

This review of Alexander McQueen’s show made me cry. I’m so glad that Frida Gustavsson did the show. Talking to her during February NY shows, it was obvious that she, as a fashion student really had an understanding and appreciation for how important he was to fashion.


Victor and Caroline Trentine by Victor.

Photography news:

Check out Victor Demarchelier‘s exhibit, Creating Images, opening on Monday the 15th. As you know, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

Olivier Zahm is not all about naked women and sex. Well, maybe he is. Style.com does their next Future of Fashion interview with Olivier where he talks about wanting to be a photographer, why Karl Lagerfeld can do 25 things, where fashion and the internet is headed. Meanwhile the Cut dissects it.

Of course Olivier Zahm is Terry Richardson’s best friend.

From Fashionista: “Model Rie Rasmussen snapped at photographer Terry Richardson, reports Page Six. At a recent party in Paris, Rasmussen told Richardson she thinks he degrades women.” Wow.

Modeling news:

Abbey Lee Kershaw‘s pet of choice is not exactly cuddly.

Josie Borain, iconic 80’s model who worked with Calvin Klein, just released a book of her photos.

Liya Kebede in the movie Desert Flower with Anthony Mackie.

Hot men in Calvin Klein underwear. If you haven’t seen Kellan Lutz and 3 gorgeous sports stars with abs of steel, click here now.

He looks like a model, movie star and rock star all rolled into one. Check out Andrey T’s recent find.

Top male model Robert Konjic is with Julia Restoin Roitfeld? So dreamily gorgeous.

Samantha Gradoville, Prada’s opener and closer, is sooo sweet in this video made right at the end of Paris shows.

Catching up with Made in Brazil’s stories:
Ana Beatriz Barros in one of the year’s best comebacks.
You can knock off clothes, you can knock off accessories but here Victoria’s Secret gets their show knocked off.
You’ve seen the Giles Deacon show with the fantastic casting, here the Brazilian eye’s view of thing.

BE THE U.S. FACE OF BRITAIN’S BEST-LOVED CHILDREN’S CLOTHING BRAND, NEXT DIRECT!!!! If you know a child age 4-7, click here now. (Those are their caps, not mine)

Those eyes…. those lips…… Speaking of Brazil, here’s Made in Brazil’s boy of the moment and photographer Didio’s favorite new face. Both have gorgeous eyes and lips.

Speaking of Brazilian boys, check out Guilherme from 10 Models in Brazil who walked exclusively for John Galliano in January, Below are the images.


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