The Digest

April 16th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

A curated selection of the week’s best fashion imagery.

 Danni Li by Trunk Xu for Harper’s Bazaar China
A visually striking story featuring outfits crafted solely from hand cut paper by chinese traditional paper-cutting artists – truly inspiring. (View full story)

Frida Gustavsson by Tim Walker for American Vogue May 2012
Julien d’Ys‘s one of a kind coral headpiece elevates an already exquisite Alexander McQueen dress. Definitely one of the more fantastical things we’ve seen from American Vogue recently.  (View full story)

Marie Piovesan by Fabien Baron for Interview
No one does the whole black / white / minimal / stark thing better than Fabien and this Interview story is an appropriately dramatic showcase for the season’s couture.  (View full story)

Toni Garrn by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Italia
An atmospheric beauty shoot featuring the flawless Ms. Garrn looking like something out of a Hitchcock flick. Summerton’s skill with lighting is really on display here. (View full story)

Acne Paper by Viviane Sassen
A shock of electricity, filled with color and energy – just what you’d expect from Acne paper . (View full story)

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Field of Dreams

June 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

After a dearth of black and white, minimal editorials isn’t it nice to see a little color? Viviane Sassen‘s vibrant story for Dazed & Confused is anything but subdued; everything from the Lisse’s gorgeous tulip fields to Katie Shillingford‘s styling bursts off the page. We’re given a feast of pattern, texture and graceful movements courtesy of Lisanne de Jong; whose ballerina poses breathe life into wild garments from Pam Hogg, Vivienne Westwood and Sonia Rykiel.

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Tropic Thunder

January 31st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Rose Cordero shines in a tropical Numero editorial by Viviane Sassen. Shot in South Africa and styled by Belén Casadevall, the story features Rose in bright looks from Kenzo, Dior and Givenchy. As always Rose’s poses are dynamic and breathe life into the clothing, while Sassen’s voyeuristic style draws you into each picture.

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In the Shadows

July 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Numero never fails to offer up something different and the August issue showcases the talents of photographer Viviane Sassen in an atypical editorial starring Samantha Gradoville. Using shadow and light to great effect, Sassen creates a surreal atmosphere and Belén Casadevalls colorful styling combines the best of the season’s knits with a pair of unbelievable over the knee boots by Chanel. With its raw outdoor shots and dreamy feel the story is a breath of fresh air and Samantha looks flawless even in the contorted poses.



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Kinga of Pop

August 31st, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

The Pop relaunch has been a shot in the arm for fashion lovers everywhere. Each editorial crackles with energy and life, among the standouts is Viviane Sassen‘s stellar series with Kinga Rajzak. Employing tricks of light, nifty cutouts, creative overlays and some truly wicked styling, the story is one of the coolest we’ve seen in a long time.

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga for Pop

Kinga by Viviane Sassan | Image Credit = Fearless123 @ tFS

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Bits and Bytes: Model Home Project

July 28th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

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“The Model Home Project was founded in 2006 with the simple goal of wanting to give back. We are now pursuing a vision to create a movement within the fashion community to utilize its unique influence on culture to inspire people to be involved in worthy projects and affect positive change around the world.” from Model Home Project website. Think top male models giving back to the community. See you there tomorrow!

What does it take to be a photographer’s agent? A Photo Editor talks to Carol Leflufy, former Art & Commerce rep who has worked with Steven Meisel and Annie Leibovitz.

Sean O’Pry talks to Matthew Edelstein for Interview Magazine about being one of the world’s top male models.

Aww, designers when they were young. Check out Michael Kors, Vivienne Westwood and Jason Wu.

The Brazilians always rock; look at this handsome male beauty shot by Didio.

Edilson Nascimento in a pool by Jeremy Kost. Guaranteed hotness.

Vogue UK interviews Nick Knight!

Casting director Natalie Joos, is interviewed by TheMalcolm. We learn about her first jobs as an assistant to Glenn O’Brien and studio manager of Craig McDean to her current casting gigs for Hugo Boss and working with Jay Z/Beyonce!

Hanne Gaby Odiele‘s place, it’s dark and cool

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Heidi Verster

August 8th, 2006 |Posted by Supreme (New York)

Heidi covers the waterfront: Opening the fall 2006 Luella Bartley Show, editorials in French Vogue with Viviane Sassen, & a prominent place in the fall 2006 Benetton campaign.

Benetton was photographed by David Sims & styled by Karl Templer. This campaign shows off Heidi’s youthful joy & classic beauty.

Photo: David Sims, Stylist: Karl Templer Photo: David Sims, Stylist: Karl Templer
   
   
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