Harper’s Bazaar Takes On Bold Color

November 23rd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Colors are superbly vivid in the latest visual offering from Ben Hassett for Harper’s Bazaar. Bold fashion and beauty looks are curated around red-haired stunner, Briley Jones for maximum impact and high voltage elegance. Printed creations from Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Proenza Schouler frame this beauty story focusing on great skin. Beauty team Tamara Mcnaughton and Ayami Nishimura highlight the visage of Briley with dewy skin and a crimson pout to match her copper locks.

See more of the story below.

Photographer – Ben Hassett | Fashion Editor – Anna Trevelyan (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup – Ayami Nishimura | Nails – Naomi Yasuda (Streeters New York)






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Double Trouble

April 23rd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Art and fashion photographer Tina Barney connects with new faces galore for the latest issue of Double Magazine. For this editorial, Charlotte Collet‘s styling has a retro, pared-down presence matched with disarming gazes and aloofness. The “Double Hotel” thematic gives a raw setting to the imagery and a feeling of blunt candidness.

Photography – Tina Barney (AW Artist Management), Styling – Charlotte Collet, Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists), Make-Up – Lisa Houghton, Models – Kelly Mittendorf, Katherine Speltz, Lera Savonenkova, Lauren Taylor, Max Schlesinger, & Richard Wagner.






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The Performer

March 10th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Saskia de Brauw’s magic as a model is that she embodies a variety of makeups: the air of a performer, the feminine, the masculine, fluidity, and cultish good looks. In the hands of Cass Bird, there is editorial dynamism to be had. For the cover story of Vogue Korea’s March issue, Bird and Saskia operate in tune creating a kinetic, dance-inspired spread of fashion imagery. Ye Young Kim dresses the story in balletic styling and it’s an underplay of beige gauzy cottons and gossamer silks. Tamara Mcnaughton (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and Yumi Mori keep things natural by accentuating an already ruddy glow and tousled hair. Cass Bird’s unfettered approach is to introduce her subjects into an environment and capture the results. By remitting some of her control she allows the space to engender and evoke the model’s personality–in this case as the role of dancer. An artist herself, Saskia studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, and her own work similarly explores that very kind of relationship with inhabitation. Together some lighthearted theatrics were had instilling a rhapsody of genuine, imperfect movement. Surely Bird’s anti-influence played a role as Saskia comes through as unguarded and untaught–playful and childlike, finessing Saskia’s ability to change her presence from powerful to innocent, and back.

Photos courtesy of Vogue Korea












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Twin Shadow

December 2nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Twin Magazine refined mix of luxe fashion and first rate visuals makes it stand out from the typical newsstand fare. The latest issue is heavy on modeling stars and top tier photographers Ben Weller shoots Sam Rollinson in the countryside looking sweet in pieces from Burberry and Miu Miu, while Constance Jablonski shows a sexy side in Nick Dorey‘s (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) atmospheric black and whites. Eternal favorites Jamie Bochert and Kirsten Owen add edge to the entire endeavor, with off-kilter editorials that showcase their skill for capturing the essence of any scenario. In Scott Trindle (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists)’s story Owen goes grunge wearing patterned ready to wear against a gritty real world backdrop. Meanwhile, Bochert allows a window into her private life with an accompanying interview that shares her influences and passions.

For even more Twin check out Twin Factory.co.uk





Ph. Ben Weller | STYLING – Celestine Cooney | HAIR – Alex Brownsell (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | MAKEUP – Niamh Quinn




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Ph. Nick Dorey (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | STYLING – Naomi Miller (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | HAIR – Tomo Jidai | MAKEUP – Pep Gay





Ph. Scott Trindle (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) | STYLING – CELESTINE COONEY | HAIR – Alex Brownsell | MAKEUP – Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)





Ph. Colin Dodgson | STYLING – Naomi Miller (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | HAIR – Tamara Mcnaughton | MAKEUP – Asami Taguchi

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Haute Tension

July 23rd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Creativity is on display in Numero China with Txema Yeste‘s striking cover story starring Guinevere Van Seenus. The arresting images show Yeste at his best and convey a message that is at once alluring and off-kilter. Each picture makes you pay close attention to the details; from Tim Lim‘s unorthodox styling, Tamara Mcnaughton‘s abstract hair creations, to painterly makeup by Tyron Machhausen. In this editorial Guinevere proves yet again why she’s the go to model for photographers looking to push their images into the realm of art and her dramatic poses combined with the contributions of each team member to create a story with visual punch.














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First Look: Russh

May 31st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The new issue of Russh is focused on beauty and it is evident right from the start; with Jourdan Dunn channeling Sade circa Smooth Operator on Benny Horne‘s sleek cover it is hard not to think about all things glamorous. Rather than simply listing cosmetic tips, Russh attempt to explore the issue from all sides, asking what constitutes modern beauty and why our society is intrinsically fascinated with the concept. Naturally, there is plenty of eye-candy to enjoy – from Marte Mei van Haaster shooting a revealing artistic story, to Daniella Rech‘s exploration of clean, fresh scrubbed faces, this edition is filled with a chic, feminine take on what’s gorgeous now.

For even more, check out Russh Magazine.com 






Photographer: Benny Horne | Fashion Editor: Gillian Wilkins |  Hair: Brian Buenaventura (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Makeup Kaoru Okubo (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Casting: Paul Isaac | Model: Jourdan Dunn (Storm Model Management)



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Photographer:  Ward Ivan Rafik | Fashion Editor:Raquel Franco | Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton | Makeup: Georgi Sandev | Casting: Paul Isaac | Model: Anais Pouliot (Models 1)RSH52_BowieGucci-1



Photographer: David Mandelberg | Fashion Editor: Billie Iveson | Hair: Diane Gorgievski | Makeup: Nadine Monley | Model: Teddy (Work Agency)RSH52_MARTE-1


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Photographer: Karen Inderbitzen- Waller & Delphine Avril Planqueel | Hair & Makeup: Shirley Simpson | Model: Ashleigh Good (RPD Models)

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Double Vision: Clear Winner

March 27th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Transparency was all over the S/S13 runways and as the season draws closer it seems fitting to explore one of its dominant trends. The house whose designs exemplified the look was VALENTINO, where designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli showed a variety of pieces that utilized transparency expertly, revealing skin but keeping the demure sophistication the brand has become known for. Whether they were dazzling with delicate embroidery, or creating a sublime showcase for the body via cutouts, the duo set the standard for diaphanous dressing.

One piece in particular took the look to its logical endpoint and dazzled with its whimsical cheekiness. The PVC trenchcoat embellished with the line’s signature rockstuds has become an editorial favorite, with stylists providing their own take on the Valentino look. The trench lends itself to a myriad of different interpretations and stylists did not disappoint, creating a variety of looks that range from sensual, to avant-garde. When a garment can go from the all out sexy of Missy Rayder‘s powerful image in Numero, to the easy cool on the back of Angela Lindvall it more than proves its versatility.


Vogue Italia – Ph. Paolo Roversi | Styling – Cathy Edwards | Model – Guinevere Van Seenus | Hair – Shon | Makeup – Yadim


Numero – Ph. Greg Harris | Styling – Elizabeth Sulcer | Model – Missy Rayder | Hair – Holli Smith | Makeup – Benjamin Puckey


Purple Diary – Ph. Max Snow | Styling – Vanessa Traina (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Model – Iekeliene Stange | Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton | Makeup – Hung Vanngo


V Magazine – Ph. Sharif Hamza (Cadence New York) | Styling – Tom Van Dorpe (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Hair – Shay Ashual | Makeup – Maud Laceppe


Vogue Paris – Ph. Mario Sorrenti | Styling –Marie Chaix | Model – Anja Rubik | Hair – James Pecis | Makeup – Yadim


Elle Spain – Ph. Juan Aldabaldatrecu | Styling – Inmaculada Jiménez | Model – Angela Lindvall |


Vogue Germany – Ph. Knoepfel & Indlekofer | Styling – Nicola Knels | Model – Maria Bradley | Hair – Rita Marmor | Makeup – Benjamin Puckey

10polinainstyleInStyle UK – Ph. Arved Colvin-Smith | Styling: Amanda Bellan | Hair: Soichi Inagaki | Make-up: Natsumi Narita |Manicure: Katie Jane Hughes


Marie Claire Magazine – Ph. Dancian | Styling – Nina Sterghiou | Hair – Kenshin Asano | Make-up – Aya Komatsu


Vogue China – Ph. Boo George | Stylist – Victoria Young | Model – Katlin Aas


L’Officiel – Ph. Jonathan Segade | Styling: Alexandra Elbim | Model – Theres Alexandersson | Hair: Marc Orsatelli | Make-up: Eny Whitehead

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Mean Girls

October 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Cool girls have always been a source of editorial inspiration; open up any magazine under the sun and you’ll see a profile on a budding it-girl, page after page of models with just the right attitudes and a general focus on the kind of women that inspire adoration. We can’t help but be fascinated by an editorial that heads back to the schoolyard and focuses on all things cool – suburban style.

In the latest New York Times Magazine Tyrone Lebon shoots the fresh cast of Juliana Schurig,Kremi Otashliyska, Kate King, Hannah Holman and Charlene Almarvez looking like a bunch of private school escapees. Wearing the latest looks from Band of OutsidersTheoryJ.W. Anderson and more, all selected by Sara Moonves, the haute fashion high schoolers seem ready to teach a course on style, but will they let you sit at their table come lunch period? Check out the full story on NYT.

Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton | Make-Up: Francelle Daly | Nails: Megumi Yamamoto


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