Masters Work

March 2nd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Vogue Japan

Luigi & Iango (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles) gives us their latest editorial for Vogue Japan’s April issue featuring the most beautiful established and up and coming faces in the business. Heavy-hitters like Suvi Koponen, Jamie Bochert, Lexi Boling, Daria Strokous, and Binx Walton mix seamlessly with new girls like Vanessa Moody, Chiharu Okunugi, Aya Jones, Valery Kaufman, & Issa Lish in the latest, covetable Spring/Summer pieces. The cool girl styling comes courtesy of Giovanna Battaglia who manages to make each runway piece look effortlessly chic.

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Lui France

Sexual restraint reaches its apex for the latest issue of Lui Magazine featuring the ethereal Natasha Poly. Shot by super-duo Luigi & Iango (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles), Natasha is seen covertly seducing the camera in creations from Givenchy, Versace, and little else. Styled by Sally Lyndley (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York), the black and white editorial further solidifies the transformative nature of the matchless model.

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Coach’s Chameleons

January 28th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

Few fashion brands have the name recognition of Coach, the global powerhouse has long represented attainable chic and American style, for better or worse. In recent years Coach has attempted to reinvent itself upping the luxury factor and revamping its ready-to-wear under the direction of the talented, Stuart Vevers. For the 2nd collection under Vevers’ leadership Steven Meisel captures the fresh faced cast in pastel & black and white for a series of images that merge ideas about youthful insouciance and Americana. Looking like the ultimate gang of cool kids, Molly Bair, Binx Walton, Julia Bergshoeff, Lexi Boling, Valery Kaufman, Dylan Xue, Grace Hartzel and Helge Vonderau look right at home chilling out in Ditmas Park.



Molly Bair


Binx Walton


Lexi Boling


Valery Kaufman


Julia Bergshoeff


Dylan Xue


Helge Vonderau

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Seeing Double

November 17th, 2014 |Posted by


Caroline Trentini by Roe Ethridge / styled by

A quote from William Wordsworth is emblazoned across the cover of Double Magazine‘s 28th edition and it serves as a fitting thematic intro to an issue filled with engaging content from some of photography & fashion’s rising stars. Jamie Hawkesworth, Roe Ethridge, Heji Shin and Harley Weir contribute new editorials, while superstar stylists Marie Chaix (Art Partner) and Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists) put their skills to good use mixing pieces from CélineLanvin and Vionnet‘s archives throughout the varied features. The issue’s mix of fresh talent like Hood by Air‘s Shayne Oliver and Sacai‘s Chitose Abe and established legends like Georgina Grenville makes for a compelling and insightful read.

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner) / Model Emily-Jane Rosen


Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner)



Ph. Heji Shin / Styled by Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists)




Ph.  Jamie Hawkesworth / Styled by Marie Chaix / Models Anya LyagoshinaValery Kaufman

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Resort Getaway

May 24th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Resort is underway and designers are turning out collections filled with surprising elements – whether the look is downtown cool, or polished elegance, the mini-season is off to a refreshing start.

Designer: Christopher Bailey
Models: Ava Smith & Charlotte Wiggins

The Burberry look has always been a mix of luxe and offbeat, so this season’s playful touches like jeweled detailing and transparent lace skirts feel just right. Bailey masterfully reinterprets the house’s standards season after season, so for those in search of trench coats, cardigans and well cut jackets there is plenty to enjoy. Statement looks like pastel brocade topcoats and crystal covered pencil skirts provide the requisite easy-going glamour resort is all about.







Images Courtesy Burberry

Models: Valery KaufmanEmeline Ghesquiere

You can have the DKNY resort collection in any color – as long as it’s black. DKNY has always reflected the needs of an urbane, youthful consumer but for resort things got gritty. Perhaps taking a cue from the haute-goth stylings of lines like Givenchy, DKNY filled their collection with hard-edge black pieces in multiple incarnations. Lacy blouses, transparent floor-length skirts and textured bomber jackets all in inky shades. A few chic metallic pieces added interest, but the stark looks stole the show.






Images courtesy DKNY

Designer: Oscar de la Renta
Models: Kayley ChabotAmanda MurphyMagdalena JasekMaria Borges Manuela Frey & Pauline Van der Cruysse

Who can resist Oscar de la Renta’s frothy brand of femininity. For the legendary designer the resort season meant an abundance of lively colors and cocktail frocks filled with color, pattern and a youthful joie de vivre. Even if you’re not rushing out to brunch, or a fabulous party in one of De La Renta’s creations everyone can appreciate the grandeur of his vision.






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Falling 4 Pre-Fall

December 6th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Pre-fall is in full swing and the season between seasons is providing us with plenty of eye-candy this time around. Take a look at some of our favorites so far and be sure to let us know what you’re loving in the comments.


Model: Kel Markey / Images Courtesy Helmut Lang

Neutrals – particularly dramatic black and white – are the bread and butter of the new incarnation of Helmut Lang. Don’t let last season’s foray into bold color fool you, designers Michael and Nicole Colovos have always had a special place in their heart for a restrained color palette. The duo also loves a sharply cut leather jacket and a well applied use of ombre, so their pre-fall look was just one hit after another.

Calvin Klein Collection
Models: Magdalena Jasek, Sara Blomqvist, Katya Ryabinkina

Naturally designer Francisco Costa gave Calvin loyalists minimalism, but the brand’s pre-fall looks had an autumnal twist. Described as ‘essential classics’ Costa’s pieces were appealing reinventions of pieces every woman ought to have in her wardrobe; the perfect camel coat, the figure hugging shift, even a few pared down dresses that can go from day into evening.

Model: Ricardo Figueiredo

Givenchy always keeps us on our toes and their pre-fall offerings are no exception; leather shorts, deconstructed argyle sweaters, blazers emblazoned with the word pervert – everything is just a little off-kilter, but that keeps things exciting. Like many designers do during this season, Riccardo Tisci looked to the idea of essentials and took some of his bestselling pieces into fresh territory. Just when you think you’ve tired of those ubiquitous doberman t-shirts, Tisci gives you a remixed version of the statement look done in a digitized print.

Model: Valery Kaufman / Images Courtesy Phillip Lim

Easily the most sophisticated take on the biker lore that we’ve seen in ages. Fashionphiles are sure to see some Balenciaga parallels in this collection, but adapting high fashion ideas for contemporary set is part of Lim’s formula. Lim played with embellishment, adding in crystals, embroidery and loads of layering for added interest. As always accessories are on point, with a sporty brand new backpack serving as the standout piece.

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