Vogue’s Side of Paradise

January 13th, 2016 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Tucked inside the February British Vogue lives the tropic vision of photographer Tyrone Lebon who casts Damaris Goddrie and Frederikke Sofie to star in his equatorial tale of two rare beauties. Styled by Francesca Burns, the story is dressed in the latest big name spring offerings from Chanel and Prada to Marques Almeida, all finding a fitting home amongst the palms and sunsets of somewhere we’d like to be. The beauty motif is less is more. Hair stylist Syd Hayes double downs with the curls and makeup artist Lauren Parsons downplays with simple accents like a striking red lip when the moment’s right. With Lebon’s casually, daring style and the respective efforts of models and team, the fresh visuals are seductive and gorgeous without breaking a sweat.

Damaris Goddrie and Frederikke Sofie by Tyrone Lebon / Stylist Francesca Burns / Makeup Lauren Parsons (Premier Hair and Make-Up) / Hair Syd Hayes (Premier Hair and Make-Up)

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Russh’s “Art of Fun” Combats Fall Woes

September 28th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Russh‘s latest October/November issue has the magazine conceptualizing an especially Australian ethos, looking all laid-back exploring “The Art of Fun”. Cover star Lara Stone takes readers on a retro-inspired joy ride evoking a certain muscle car cool, photographed by Emma Tempest and styled in the latest flame-embroidered, throwback threads by Verity Parker. Sam Hendel photographs Cate Underwood as a free-spirit, lush in an idyllic outdoors scene with a dash of glitter, while James Nelson lenses two stories: One where spontaneity finds Georgia Hilmer and Emma Oak in the spray of a hydrant, with half-on half-off fall styling by Ilona Hamer, and the other, a beauty editorial with team Jenny Kim and Laura Stiassni, who have Anya Lyagoshina looking glowing enough to combat any autumn woes. See the exclusive preview below and purchase it here.

 

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Lara Stone by  Emma Tempest (Jed Root) / Stylist Verity Parker (Jed Root) / Hair Syd Hayes (Premier Hair and Make-Up) / Makeup Hiromi Ueda (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY)


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Cate Underwood by Sam Hendel / Stylist Bridie Gilbert / Hair and Makeup / Rebecca Wordingham / Set Design Julia Dias

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Anya Lyagoshina by  James Nelson / Stylist Ilona Hamer / Hair Jenny Kim / Makeup Laura Stiassni /  Casting David Steven Wilton


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Georgia Hilmer and Emma Oak by James Nelson / Stylist Ilona Hamer / Hair Jenny Kim / Makeup Laura Stiassni / Casting David Steven Wilton

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Dreamgirl

December 16th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Ben Toms brings out the softer side of Meghan Collison for Vogue Russia  in a feminine story styled by Katie Shillingford. With cat-eye glasses and a series of Syd Hayes crafted coifs, Meghan is a vision of 1950s kitsch perfection: Bettie Page would be proud.

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