A New View

June 24th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Few photographers have as instantly recognizable a style as Miles Aldridge (D + V Management ). Aldridge’s work is known for it’s bright colors, glamorous socialites and tongue in cheek humor, but it is always fun to see a talented image maker mix it up. In Numéro Aldridge looks to pop artist Sylvie Fleury for inspiration and creates one of his most evocative editorials to date. Auguste Abeliunaite sports cascading feathers and a wardrobe of white columns and capes chosen by Samuel Francois. The cave backdrop creates a striking contrast allowing the elegance of Francois’ fashion selection and Auguste’s natural beauty.

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Art Class

June 9th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The art and fashion worlds are more intertwined than ever so the latest Numéro with its creative tributes & collaborations with some of the world’s most notable artists feels timely. The homages to artists like Robert Longo, Sylvie Fleury and Alex Katz provide the issue with some of the most interesting content we’ve ever seen in Numero and the issue’s striking covers bring out the best in their stunning subjects. Constance Jablonski sports head to toe ombre in the style of Alex Israel’s panel paintings in a sensual shot by Benny Horne. Karen Elson poses in front of Sarah Morris’ oversize geometric murals while wearing pieces from Balmain and Saint Laurent. Sasha Luss is seductive in a series of Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) images influenced by the provocative work of Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille. The contemporary art theme continues inside with an exclusive interview of influential gallerist, Larry Gagosian.

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Photographer: Benny Horne/ Stylist: Gillian Wilkins / Hair: Mark Hampton / Make-up: Tyron Machhausen (BRIDGE Artists)/ Body Painting: David Gilmore / Model: Constance Jablonski / see the full story on Benny Horne.com


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Photographer: Victor Demarchelier (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Charles Varenne (Management + Artists) / Hair: Teddy Charles/ Model: Karen Elson / see the full story on Victor Demarchelier.net


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Photographer: Daniel Sannwald (Management + Artists) / Stylist: Samuel Francois / Hair: Vi Sapyyapy (Management + Artists) / Make-up: Hugo Villard / Model: Sasha Luss / see the full story in the fashion database

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Liza with a Z

July 15th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion editorials are notorious for seeking inspiration in the form of cultural icons. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but some celebrity homages have been done to death – how many times have you seen a story centered around Grace Jones, Marilyn Monroe or Brigitte Bardot? It is always nice when a magazine chooses a theme that is slightly less overdone, so it’s a treat to open up Numero and find a colorful tribute to Liza Minnelli circa Cabaret. Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello transform Elisabeth Erm into a modern day Sally Bowles complete with sequins and feather boas selected by Samuel Francois, a touch of blue eyeshadow courtesy of Rie Omoto (See Management) and that signature black bob coifed by Romina Manenti (See Management). Elisabeth may lack Liza’s musical skills and that famous nose, but she pulls off the look admirably in Sanchez & Mongiello’s vivid images.

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Lusting Over Luss

June 28th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Sasha Luss (and her glass-cutting cheekbones) seem to be everywhere these days- and we can’t get enough! Luss turns heads on Numeros most recent cover, and inside the magazine the spotlight is undoubtedly on her edgy editorial- showing a different side of the sophisticated model. In ‘Born to Be Wild’ Luss works the camera looking like punk-rock perfection in the artistic shoot by Anthony Maule.

Styling: Samuel Francois | Hair: Laurent Philippon | Make-Up: Hugo Villard

Text by Victoria Perillo

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Double Vision : Saint Laurent Paris

January 9th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Hedi Slimane’s dramatic rebranding of Yves Saint Laurent was one of the most divisive collections in recent memory; everyone had an opinion, some more hotly debated than others. While many found Slimane’s changes to be completely in line with the spirit of the house and a much needed makeover that pushed the brand into the future, others felt the overhaul was unnecessary, overly hyped and even underwhelming. Wide brim hats and seventies style suiting aren’t for everyone, but no matter how you felt about the Saint Laurent Paris ensembles themselves, you knew you were going to be seeing a lot of them. Like the McQueen visors and Prada stripes that came before them, those SLP hats were destined for editorials; fashion editors can’t resist a look with instant visual impact and Slimane’s designs are always distinctive.

Though the chapeaus are shaping up to be one of the most photographed editorial pieces of the moment, few stylists have strayed from the vision Slimane presented on the runway. Every so often though, the mood of the image goes beyond simply rehashing the nonchalant cool vibe of Slimane’s Le Smoking influenced style and pushes into expressive territory. Take a look at the way Lori Goldstein adds a touch of 60s glamour in the Vogue Italia shots of Fei Fei Sun, putting a more structured version of the SLP headpiece to good use but making it right for a completely different kind of mood.

British Vogue photography by Angelo Pennetta, styling by Francesca Burns

Marikka Juhler & Kirsi Pyrhonen in Harper’s Bazaar UK photography by Tom Allen, styling by Cathy Kasterine

Jessica Stam in Vogue Japan by Victor Demarchelier (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists), styling by Sabino Pantone

Fei Fei Sun in Vogue Italia, photography by Steven Meisel, styled by Lori Goldstein

Gwen Stefani in American Vogue photography by Annie Leibovitz, styled by Tonne Goodman

Julia Nobis in Numero, photography by Anthony Maule, styling by Samuel Francois

Harmony Boucher in Marie Claire, photography by Danilo Giuliani, styled by Enrique Campos

Dree Hemingway in Vogue China photography by Max Vadukul, styled by Nicoletta Santoro

Anja Rubik in Elle UK photography by Jan Welters, styled by Anne-Marie Curtis

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Valley Girls

October 6th, 2011 |Posted by models.com

Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello take us on a trip to the Sierra Nevada with Anais Pouliot and Nyasha Matonhodze for the latest issue of Numero. The two stars are styled by Samuel Francois in nomadic looks from Celine to Fendi as they take you on a tour through the scenic desert. With pigtail braids and faces full of glitter by Gemma Smith-Edhouse, who would have thought this solitary place could be so glamorous?

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Sardinia’s Queen

July 11th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Tar Magazine‘s blend of fashion and art, makes for some truly unusual editorials and Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello‘s sexy, mysterious and somewhat off-kilter tale featuring Dree Hemingway is no exception. Masked men, ancient ruins, a slew of Samuel Francois selected pieces from Azzedine Alaia and Maison Martin Margiela, it all works to create an engaging atmosphere that grabs your attention.

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Her Dark Materials

May 31st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Who better than Lea T, to portray a sophisticated woman of intrigue. The androgyne beauty takes to the pages of Numero in an elegant 70s style story that references the luxe look of Saint Laurent. Shot by Anthony Maule and styled by Samuel Francois, the edit features Lea clad in turbans, slinky dresses and YSL cosmetics by Lloyd Simmonds.

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