The Greatest’s Youthquake

March 4th, 2016 |Posted by jonathan

For its Spring 2016 issue, menswear biannual The Greatest Magazine explores fashion’s endless fascination with youth, in all its possibility and potential for change. Erik van Gils leads off with the cover in a story by Alessandro Dal Buoni and Matteo Greco that moves with the season’s easy feeling in crisp black and white, and also stars Sven de Vries, Niels Trispel, Dominik Hahn, and Guerrino Santulliana, among others. Massimo Pamparana and Greco capture Mats Van Snippenberg‘s boyish appeal, while Sam Harwood displays his athletic energy in an editorial by Lowe H Seger and Christopher Preston. Thomas Goldblum and Benoit Martinengo take on the season’s fresh high-waisted look, and the new oversized silhouette finds its shape in a story from Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and Jérôme André (Visual Artist UK ). An accompanying moody, introspective film by Luca De Santis finds Gucci campaign star Hugo Goldhoorn dressed by Greco in the brand’s gentle Spring designs.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue and video, out now, below.

The Greatest Fashion Film #10 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Hugo Goldhoorn | Director – Luca De Santis | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Erik van Gils | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Mats Van Snippenberg | Photographer – Massimo Pamparana | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Aske Hyldborg Jensen and Tancrede Scalabre | Photographer – Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Stylist – Jérôme André (Visual Artist UK )

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Jean Lemersre and Bartolome Chapel | Photographer – Thomas Goldblum | Stylist – Benoit Martinengo

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Neil Barrett | Photographer – Stefan Gifthaler

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Damir Doma | Photographer – Alessandro Furchino Capria (2DM )

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Valters Medenis and Paul Bonnabry | Photographer – Emanuele Fontanesi | Stylist – Benoit Bethume

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Eva Borovska, Noemie Abigail, Louis Rault, Julius J, and Roman Garkusha | Photographer – Elina Kechicheva (Shotview Photographers Management) | Stylist – Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

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Dominik Hahn and Niels Trispel | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Ariana Kopljar, Pascal Wilke, and Sven de Vries | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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Lukas Gaffie and Erik van Gils | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco

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First Look: HEROINE

February 8th, 2016 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

With their edgy approach to high fashion editorials Heroine Magazine drops their latest offering just in time for the fashion week melee. The fourth edition for this Spring season captures four unique characters for their limited edition covers – Fei Fei Sun, artist Jala Wahid, Phoebe English wearing her own collection, and street-casted models shot in the Hollywood hills. Interviews topics range from music, art, culture, and of course fashion with focus on the recent revitalization of luxury brands Paco Rabanne and Courrèges. With over 200 pages of fashion imagery, contributions from photographer and styling teams Emma Summerton and Gro Curtis, Yelena Yemchuk and Karen Kaiser, Carter Smith and Paul Sinclaire and much more are surely a must-see!

Take an first look inside HEROINE’s stellar new issue below.

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Photographer – Yelena Yemchuk | Stylist – Karen Kaiser

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Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Gro Curtis | Model – Fei Fei Sun

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Limited Edition Cover | Photographer – Greta Ilieva | Stylist – Hanna Kelifa (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Model – Phoebe English

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Limited Edition Cover | Photographer-Eloise Parry | Model – Jala Wahid


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Photographer – Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK )| Stylist – Gro Curtis | Model – Heather Kemesky


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Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist- Steve Morriss| Models – Alice Buckingham and Harmony Boucher


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Photographer-Eloise Parry | Model – Jala Wahid


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Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Gro Curtis | Model – Fei Fei Sun


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Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Gro Curtis | Models – Gaby Loader, Cam Kerekes, & Frida Westerlund

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Russh Hour

December 1st, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Russh wants us to all get together for the holidays and feel the magic for its latest December/January issue. The visual tome features cover star and hot list member Steffy Argelich looking effortlessly cool and inviting in pieces picked by Ilona Hamer and glowing visuals shot by Blair Getz Mezibov. Dutch stunner Annely Bouma models the spectrum of black and white fashions of the season in a wondrously pared down editorial by James Nelson and Verity Parker. Finally, Rahel Weiss travels to the mesmerizing world of Marrakech to intimately capture Swedish beauty Dorothea Barth Jorgensen in the pale haze. Be sure to check out the new issue on newsstands December 3rd.

Images courtesy of Russh Magazine.

Photographer – Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK ) | Stylist – Ilona Hamer (BRIDGE Artists) | Hair – Thomas Dunkin (BRIDGE Artists) | Makeup – Erin Green | Model – Steffy Argelich

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Photographer – James Nelson | Stylist – Verity Parker (Jed Root) | Hair – Jose Quijano (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) | Makeup – Zoe Taylor (Jed Root) | Model – Annely Bouma | Casting – Larissa Gunn

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Photographer – Rahel Weiss | Stylist – Bridie Gilbert | Hair & Makeup – Carolyn Gallyer | Model – Dorothea Barth Jorgensen

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First Look: The Greatest Fall 2015

October 5th, 2015 |Posted by jonathan

For the new Fall/Winter 2015 issue, menswear magazine The Greatest takes as its theme heroes of all sorts, starting from the supremely graceful and athletic star ballet dancer Roberto Bolle, who graces the cover shot by Francesco Brigida and styled by Matteo Greco. A powerhouse lineup of models stars in the main fashion story within by Alessandro Dal Buoni and Greco, from longtime favorites like Ben Allen, Laurie Harding, and Tim Schuhmacher to newer faces Piero Mendez, Matt Doran, Charlie James, and Max Barczak in a youthful take on the season’s idiosyncratic designs. Robbie McKinnon finds himself in expressive sportswear on the beach in a feature by Paolo Zerbini and Greco, while breakout faces George Koh and Lucas Satherley are found in suiting lounging in a sparse field photographed by Clare Shilland and styled by Hanna Kelifa. Mark Kean and Jérôme André contribute a thoughtful vision of fresh youth, and the same quiet introspection can be seen in an accompanying short film, directed by Luca De Santis and starring Florian DesBiendras and Carolina Gonzales. Interviews with Italo Zucchelli of Calvin Klein, Paul Smith, and Bolle’s fellow ballet legend Marie-Agnès Gillot round out the issue, a reminder that there is never a shortage of talents to look up to. Take an exclusive first look at the issue, out today, below.

The Greatest Fashion Film #9 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

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Roberto Bolle (Marilyn Agency) by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Styling Matteo Greco

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Robbie McKinnon by Paolo Zerbini (Atomo Management) | Styling Matteo Greco

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Danny Jamie Hewitt By Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Styling by Davide Brambilla

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Taavi Mand by Laura Sciacovelli | Styling by Nik Piras (Atomo Management)

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George Koh, Lucas Satherley by Clare Shilland | Styling by Hanna Kelifa (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)

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Roberto Bolle (Marilyn Agency) by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Styling Matteo Greco

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Piero Mendez and Tim Schuhmacher by Alessandro Dal Buoni | Styling by Matteo Greco

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Max Barczak and Laurie Harding by Alessandro Dal Buoni | Styling by Matteo Greco

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Ben Allen by Alessandro Dal Buoni | Styling by Matteo Greco

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Matt Doran and Laurie by Alessandro Dal Buoni | Styling by Matteo Greco

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Connor, Kitty, Barnaby by Mark Kean| Styling by Jérôme André (Visual Artist UK )

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RUSSH Goes Abroad

August 4th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

The always paradisal Russh Magazine relays their Aussie bliss for the rest of us in “The Global Issue”. A message that is gladly received, especially with the sublime, local muse Gemma Ward fronting the issue splendent in a pastel sundown – photographed by Stephen Ward. Prefacing the editorials, editor in chief Jess Blanch hones in on the issue’s message, “Today our universe seems bigger and more giant than ever and yet somehow we’re now all closer than we ever thought possible … Geography is irrelevant. ‘Home’, an adaptable notion. And suddenly we have the power to be everywhere and yet nowhere, at once.” Destinations abound and abroad, the unmistakable streets of Los Angeles serve as a tinsel backdrop for Blair Getz Mezibov‘s editorial with up-and-comer Chloe Wheatcroft. Or travel to the idyllic Swiss Alps and indulge in the beautiful Laura Kampman photographed by Rahel Weiss. This issue also features Russh’s first ever “Men’s Special” with 48 pages of men’s stories like Reuben Ramacher photographed as a man about town by Nick Hudson and styled by Bridie Gilbert. Finally, pristine is the key word for the beauty story with Katryn Kruger, photographed by Matthew Sprout and teamed by Dale Delaporte and Nina Park, all working finely tuned within the realm of shadows and contrast. The rest of the wanderlust inducing stories can be seen in The “Global” issue when it hits stands August 6th.

 

Images courtesy of Russh Magazine

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Model Chloe Wheatcroft / Photography Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK ) / Styling Ilona Hamer / Hair Charles McNair (Jed Root) / Makeup Sandra Ganzer / Casted Paul Isaac


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Model Reuben Ramacher / Photography Nick Hudson / Styling Bridie Gilbert / Grooming Giulio Panciera / Casting Larissa Gunn


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Katryn Kruger by Matthew Sprout / Styling Ilona Hamer / Hair Dale Delaporte / Makeup Nina Park

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First Look : EXIT

November 11th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

As one of the most arresting and in your face publications around we always expect the very best from Exit Magazine. Their latest issue delivers high octane editorial from start to finish with a curated selection of top models, ultra-cool photographers and the latest in fashion, film and art. Fashion director Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates) infuses the magazine with a haute fashion perspective without losing the youthful insouciance that makes each page pop. Whether it is Yumi Lambert posing in metallic face paint, or Riley Montana looking chic in the season’s finest wares Exit excites.

For even more Exit be sure to check out Exit Magazine.co.uk

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Ph: Rory Payne Sty: Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates)| Model: Yumi Lambert @ IMG

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Ph: Janneke Van der Hagen| Sty: Jason Hughes| Model: Liam Gardner @ Select

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Ph: Michael Schwartz (De Facto)| Styl: Almudena Guerra Model: Riley Montana @ NYMM

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Ph: Joachim Mueller Ruchholtz (Visual Artist UK )| Sty: Jason Hughes| Models: Charlie Cooper at Models 1, Bram Valbracht at Supa, Jake Lucas @ Tomorrow is Another Day, Joseph Brandon at D1 and Tommaso de Benedictis at Tomorrow Is Another Day

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Ph: Danielle Levitt| Styl: Jessica Bobince (See Management)| Street Casting

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Ph: Dario Catellani (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris)| Styl: Catherine Newell-Hanson (Home Agency)| Model: Dani Witt @ NEXT

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Ph: Tung Walsh| Sty: Sam Ranger (Serlin Associates)| Model: Eilika Meckbach @ Women

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The Ranger

August 20th, 2014 |Posted by jonathan

The summer season is ending and fall is ramping up, a time for new clothes, new trends, and new ideas. Out Magazine kicks off the more serious half of the year with a rich new editorial focusing on animal conservation that pays tribute to Peter Beard and his iconic images of African wildlife. Shot on location in an exotic animal reserve in Northern Florida, industry veteran Kevin Rice plays the rugged adventurer, communing with giraffes, zebras, and lemurs in the new season’s sturdiest and sharpest outerwear. Shot by Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK ) with styling by Grant Woolhead (Jed Root) and grooming by Carolina Dali (See Management), the story puts gorgeous images to a good cause, a look ahead, we hope, of what’s to come. Take a look at an exclusive preview for Models.com below.

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The Valentino Vibe

July 22nd, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Master photographer David Bailey (Visual Artist UK ) has created some of the most iconic fashion imagery of all time and as lensman for the newest Valentino campaign Bailey brings an appealing simplicity to the black and white portraits of elegant fresh faces. Models Harleth KuusikMaartje VerhoefIne Neefs and Josephine Van Delden look regal in Bailey’s stately portraits, showing off the pop-art influenced collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli. The end result is a campaign that eschews trendiness in favor of elegance and the kind of graceful imagery that will look just as fresh decades from now.

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