Moss Is Boss

April 2nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Kate Moss is more than a mere model, the veteran super has been quietly diversifying her personal brand with an array of key collaborations and partnerships. As a designer Moss’ has released several collections with fashion giant, Topshop each one selling out faster than her last. The pieces – largely inspired by Moss’ storied vintage collection strike a chord with Topshop’s youthful clientele and Moss’ legion of acolytes. With the next collection set to debut in May it’s only natural that Kate & Co. would kick things into high gear with a media blitz. Fresh looks from the collection can be seen on Moss’ May covers of Harper’s Bazaar and British Vogue, where Moss takes a hands on approach styling fellow catwalker Freja Beha Erichsen in a bohemian look within the issue’s pages.

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Ph. Craig McDean for British Vogue

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Ph. Terry Richardson (Art Partner) for Harper’s Bazaar

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Night Light

January 23rd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Vogue Paris has always loved a dynamic girl on the go story and this month they serve on up featuring Saskia de Brauw. Sporting a bleach blonde crop and a bold red lip courtesy of Yadim (Art Partner) Saskia looks more glamorous than ever. The luxe story is styled to perfection by Clare Richardson who pulls pieces from Givenchy, Dior, Blumarine and Moschino, mixing transparent sequined gowns and ornate cocktail dresses to create a look that works with Terry Richardson (Art Partner)’s sleek snapshot style. With city lights flickering the background and a decadent vibe running through each image, this editorial stands out in an issue filled with chic model content.

See the full story on CLM

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Face Off: Daft Darlings

November 6th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

French robo-duo Daft Punk have a way of showing up alongside gorgeous top models and while promoting their album, Random Access Memories they’ve made magazine appearances something of a habit. This month they share cover space with Gisele Bundchen on the frontpage of WSJ in a shot by Terry Richardson, but it wasn’t too long ago that they were in the pages of Vogue alongside Karlie Kloss. Add in a CR Fashion Book story back in August with Milla Jovovich, ads for Saint Laurent, Dazed covers, L’Uomo Vogue and well you get the picture.

But which model pulls off posing alongside the world’s most famous robots?

Who is taking it to that next level Gisele, Karlie or Milla? 

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Ph. Terry Richardson for WSJ

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Ph. Mathieu César for CR Fashion Book  - see the full story on CR Fashionbook.com 

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Ph. Craig McDean for American Vogue - see the full story on Vogue.com 

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The Search Goes On

March 27th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

It’s that time of year again- the V Man/Ford Models search. Since 2008 VMAN has partnered with Ford Models to seek out the next famous face in men’s fashion. Once a year, entrants from around the world submit to the search online for the chance to sign with Ford and be on the cover of VMAN. Past winners include Clark Cord, Joseph Dolce, and Calvin Klein underwear/fragrance model-of-the-moment, Matthew Terry. The winner will be photographed by none other than Karl Lagerfeld for the cover of VMAN 30, the magazine’s upcoming tenth anniversary issue. Look for the unveiling of the winner’s cover this summer and follow the search on Twitter at #shotbyKarl and #VMANFordSearch. (Text: Matt Meyer)

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LT: PhotographerSteven Klein, ModelClark Cord  |  RT: PhotographerSteven Klein, Model – Matthew Terry

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LT: PhotographerMario Sorrenti, ModelJoseph Dolce  |  RT: PhotographerTerry Richardson, Model – Luke Briggs
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Editorial Inspiration: Gloria

April 23rd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

It is no secret that fashion frequently cribs from cinema for editorial inspiration and in the latest Vogue Paris, Terry Richardson recreates the look and feel of John Cassavetes’ film, Gloria. With Joan Smalls taking on the titular role and Géraldine Saglio styling, the VP version of things is considerably more glamourous, but the story is essentially the same – former mob mistresses becomes accidental guardian of a young boy. On the big screen that means shoot outs and grit and in the pages of Vogue that means playground trips and bright red Valentino gowns.

Both the edit and its inspiration are heavy on early 80s / late 70s chic, but we wouldn’t have minded if Joan went all badass and started taking down mobsters. We know the era of Emmanuelle Alt means that Vogue Paris is kindler and gentler, but with source material this fierce it seems a shame not to take things to the next level.

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Homme Goods

March 14th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

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David Sims.
Vogue Hommes International.

The iconic men’s publication rediscovers the power of having a model on its cover – sure we would have liked to see a corresponding editorial, but when you’ve got Sean, Sims & some white on white styling courtesy of Beat Bolliger you don’t need anything more.

Meanwhile on Vogue Hommes Japan, a male model dream team shot by Terry Richardson makes the cover. Allen Taylor, Dae Na, Justin Halley and the stunning Stenmark twins (Jordan & Zac) wear matching tuxes in the sleek shot styled by Nicola Formichetti.

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Purple Passion

February 17th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

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Carine Roitfeld.

The seasons best clothes, the brightest stars and the signature Purple polish – plus those Balenciaga helmets for good measure. See the full story on Purple.fr

Aymeline Valade, Saskia de Brauw & Daria Strokous

Candice Swanepoel & Sui He

Daria Strokous & Joan Smalls

Lindsey Wixson & Bambi Northwood Blyth

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Bits & Bytes: The Smile

November 11th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Kevin Tachman relaunches his site with his favorite backstage images he took this season. We love this shot of Hamish, Anna and Grace.

Calvin Klein opens in Beijing as China becomes its largest market outside of the US.

Alex Cayley shoots DNA’s powerhouse for V Magazine. Expect lots of beautiful boys and girls in this fun and fabulous film.

Stacy London on being “class clown at Vogue at 180 pounds“.

Fashionista breaks down the numbers for Victoria’s Secret.

For friends of Michael Ross who passed away last month, there will be a “Life Celebration” party on November 16th in NYC. For more information, contact Marilyn New York.

Who doesn’t adore Jean Paul Goude? If you’re in Paris, check out his retrospective Goudemalion at Les Arts Decoratifs.

If you’re in NYC this weekend, Carine Roitfeld is at Bookmarc tonight signing copies of Irreverent from 6-8pm. At the same time, Terry Richardson is at his gallery opening for his show “Mom and Dad” at Half Gallery (208 Forsyth St). The exhibit runs from Nov 11-Dec 4th.

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