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Altuzarra Mode

June 21st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Altuzarra – Resort 2014 from Simon Cave Studios on Vimeo.

Joseph Altuzarra‘s Resort 2014 collection comes to life in an atmospheric film by Simon Cave that adds a touch of mystery to Altuzarra’s romantic array of looks. Manuela Frey, Kayley Chabot and Magdalena Jasek feature in the black and white clip, which pulses with energy and a killer soundtrack courtesy of Cave himself. When asked what inspired the cutting-edge clip Cave pointed to the line’s powerful ethos, “for the past few years I have to been visiting Joseph’s studio and I drew a lot of inspiration from his amazing mood boards. I wanted the film to have classic, chic, sexy and seductive themes but still be modern.”

Experience the stunning new film above and take a look at a few choice pieces from Altuzarra’s elegant resort collection below.

Designer: Joseph Altuzarra
Director: Simon Cave
Styling: Vanessa Traina (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and Melanie Huynh (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)
Hair: Allen Wood
Makeup: Serge Hodonou

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Images Courtesy Altuzarra

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Magical Realism

May 28th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Benjamin Alexander Huseby creates a dreamy tribute to one of the season’s key looks in the pages of The NY Times T Magazine. With its lush tropical backdrop and faded colors Huseby’s ethereal imagery has all the beauty of a carefree summer day, while Vanessa Traina‘s (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) chic styling provides the fashion focus. Traina dresses Anais Mali in a refined series of looks that center around cinched waists, unfussy prints and just the right amount of skin. As always, Anais looks divine and the selection of GivenchyChristopher Kane and Prada is perfect for summer. 

View the full story on NYTimes.com

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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.

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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Double Vision: Celine

November 28th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

If there is one designer who knows how to get women (and men) excited it is Phoebe Philo and her continued success at Celine is a testament to her ability to tap into the pulse of what women want. For F/W Philo went in a graphic direction, with primary shades, bold color blocking and a mixes of texture, from matte leather to plush fur. One of the most editorially beloved pieces from the Celine collection was the Geometric Intarsia Sweater, a playful clash of mink and leather that succinctly merged the essence of the entire collection into a single item. If another designer were to throw together that many things on one top it might seem overwrought, or ridiculous but Phoebe Philo keeps the look minimal.

Most stylists didn’t stray too far from that ideal, pairing the sweaters with either the runway approved striped trousers, or an equally understated crisp white skirt. Most of the time what stands out are the accessories and add ons, be they gleaming silver cuffs, avant garde headgear or the label’s coveted Trapeze Bag. Take a look at the way in which several different teams interpreted the Celine look and subsequently the sleek mood of the season.

On the Runway – LOOK 10  | Image Courtesy of Celine

The Editorial Interpretation :

Kasia Struss by Steven Pan (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) for Vogue Japan, stylist Vanessa Traina (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists)

 

Kasia Struss by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for WSJ, styled by David Vandewal

Kati Nescher by Josh Olins for Vogue China, styling Nicoletta Santoro

Karlie Kloss by Raymond Meier for American Vogue, styled by Elissa Santisi

Zuzanna Bijoch and Stella Tennant by Paolo Roversi for W Magazine, styled by Giovanna Battaglia

Olga Sherer by Marcin Tyszka for Elle France

Milagros Schmoll by Alexander Neumann for Harper’s Bazaar Turkey, styled by Sara Francia

Jenna Earle by Takahiro Ogawa in Amica, styled by Claudia Cerruti

Mina Cvetkovic by Henrique Gendre for Grazia, styled by Marine Chaumien

Diana by Anton Jhonsen for Clara Magazine, styled by Lilian Ng

Kirsi Pyrhonen by Mel Bles for Twin Magazine, styled by Celestine Cooney

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Velvet Underground

August 22nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

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The NY Times T Magazine

An immersive editorial that transports you to the lushness of upstate New York’s forests, all while displaying some of the season’s most luxurious velvet pieces. View the full interactive feature on NY Times.

 

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First Look: Intermission DK

June 15th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the sleekest glossies on the scene, Intermission Magazine never fails to deliver something different and with their new launch of their first Danish edition – Intermission DK, they create an elegant new addition to their growing brand. Case in point, their ultra-chic new covers featuring girls of the moment Marie Piovesan and Katryn Kruger clad in Balenciaga and Celine. The images shot by John Scarisbrick and styled by Daniel Magnussen and Vanessa Traina (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) are engaging and fresh. (Look for it on newsstands this August)


Styling Daniel Magnussen, Hair Vi Sapyyapy Thuy, Makeup: Mikael Noiselet

Intermission DK from models.com on Vimeo.


Styling Vanessa Traina, Hair Rudi Lewis (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists), Makeup: Romy Soleimani (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists)

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Beautiful Minds

August 19th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Think your favorite models are just pretty faces? Think again! The NY Times’ T Magazine catches up with some of your favorite catwalkers on their college campuses! Lily Cole (Cambridge), Cameron Russell (Columbia), Kinga Rajzak (Goldsmiths), Sonia Dara (Harvard) and Jane Randall (Princeton) are the beauties with brains profiled and they each reveal a bit about what it is like to balance modeling with studying, what they love about their uni and what they’re majoring in! Great article and some gorgeous photos by Angelo Pennetta

Read the full story in the NY Times

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K.I.S.S.

August 26th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

While there’s much hype about the September issues for behemoths like American Vogue, there’s also a wave of indie magazines rolling off the presses proving that print is most certainly not dead. Check out Luke Worrall on Supplementaire,Vanessa Traina/Hanne Gaby Odiele for Intermission and Yuri Pleskun for The Vision. The striking simplicity of these are a refreshing contrast to the covers most prevalent now on the stands. We love ‘em all!


Luke by Dimitris Theocharis


Hanne and Vanessa byJohn Scarisbrick


Yuri by Dennis Stenild

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