Vogue Sparkles and Shines

November 20th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Diamonds gleam and sparkle in the latest editorial offering for American Vogue. With portraits shot by Patrick Demarchelier, the spectrum of nightlife wear is curated by Camilla Nickerson along with glimmering jewels. Models Imaan Hammam, Vanessa Moody, Grace Hartzel, Fernanda Ly, Lineisy Montero, Frederikke Sofie & Taylor Hill are all candidly captured in pale-blue creations from Prada, Erdem, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and diamonds galore for the holiday themed issue. Check out more of the images below.

Photographer – Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce) | Stylist – Camilla Nickerson (Art Partner) | Hair – James Pecis (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management) | Makeup – Aaron de Mey (Art Partner) | Nails – Lorandy







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CFDA x Vogue declares their Fashion Fund winners

November 3rd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The CFDA & Vogue announced the winner of their coveted CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund last night and it was a historical occasion. For the first time, three winners were declared to share the title and $300,000 to invest in their brand – Aurora James of Brother Vellies, Jonathan Simkhai, and Rio Uribe of Gypsy Sport. For the latest issue of American Vogue, Gregory Harris candidly captured the finalists alongside resident All-American, it-girl Kendall Jenner and some celebrity friends. See more of the visuals below as the next wave of new talent come into the spotlight.

Photographer – Gregory Harris (Management + Artists) | Fashion Editor – Sara Moonves (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair – Shon (London: Julian Watson Agency London, New York: Julian Watson Agency NY)| Makeup – Sally Branka| Set Design – Nicholas des Jardins



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Forces of Fashion

August 20th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

The best in the fashion business have aligned their supernatural powers for the monolithic September issue of American Vogue. A heavy-hitting portfolio of photographers, stylists, models, and celebrities define the trends of today in an editorial that ranges in aesthetics as it does in creative teams. No one image is alike in this diverse fashion spread that features brands as different as the color of Fall’s leaves – from couture like Valentino to agender sportswear Hood by Air to the artisanal Maison Martin Margiela. What do you like? Find it in the newest issue of the magazine out on newsstands August 25th.

To see all who is involved check out our database and Vogue.com.










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Cara’s Cover!

June 19th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

It was only a matter of time before Cara Delevingne got her first solo American Vogue cover. The July issue of the glossy is fronted by the cult-status model and actress photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. For the editorial, the Paper Town actress is styled by Tonne Goodman in Prada’s fall collection and is accompanied by co-star Nat Wolf. Vogue also put together a very sentimental video compilation of friends like Taylor Swift, Binx Walton and Kendall Jenner celebrating her big moment. Models.com remembers when Cara stopped by the office way back when in 2011 and, as she does, charmed her way into our hearts. See her talking about her love for performing here.

To see the full story go to Vogue.com

Cara Delevingne by Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce), Styling by Tonne Goodman, Makeup by Dick Page (Jed Root), Hair by Garren

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Fine China

April 23rd, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

China has been haunted by literary tropes that have shown but a fraction of the rich, dynastic culture it has. For this summer’s Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition, “China: Through the Looking Glass”, The Costume Institute in collaboration with the Met’s Department of Asian Art, will examine the influence of the Chinese aesthetics on Western fashion. For the latest issue of American Vogue, Steven Meisel and Grace Coddington have taken this examination one step further highlighting elegant, vintage couture creations on the lithe form of Fei Fei Sun. From the blossoming branches of a new season to come to the alluring, sensual mystery of a woman not to be trifled with, this year’s exhibit shows the range of narratives that surrounds the enigmatic country of the Far East.

Pick up the latest issue of Vogue on newsstands this week.

Photographer- Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce), Stylist- Grace Coddington, Model- Fei Fei Sun, Make-Up-Pat McGrath (Streeters London), Hair- Guido Palau (Art + Commerce)

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February 13th, 2015 |Posted by Janelle

Time spent with your best friend is always time well spent, so Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swifts March cover of American Vogue strikes a special chord. As an exceptionally dynamic duo the two have made headlines with their extremely close friendship, spreading girl power and positivity with every red carpet appearance and adorable Instragram photo. Mikael Jansson shoots the besties in road trip mode, cruising through Big Sur in a convertible and sporting Tonne Goodman styled bohemian wares from Saint Laurent and Valentino. Jansson’s photos are so good you can almost hear the sound of Swift’s hit ‘Shake it Off’ blaring on the radio as you look at them.

View the full feature complete with interview on Vogue.com





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The Halloween Edit

October 31st, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion has always held Halloween in a special esteem. Of all the holidays it allows for the most outlandish changes and transformations which means it is right up fashion’s alley. As such there are countless editorials that serve to inspire a bit of seasonal cheer, or at least serve as appropriate fodder for Halloween costumes. Take a look back at 10 editorials that make us think of all-Hallows eve and share your favorite spooky or kooky fashion story in the comments.

01. Ph. Tim Walker
Publication: Harper’s Bazaar
Who better to look to on Halloween than legendary filmmaker (and master of the spooky story) Tim Burton? Bazaar’s fashion trip through Burton’s filmography is a creepy classic.


02. Ph. Jean-Francois Campos
Publication: Flair
Campos’ Nosferatu-esque zombies might not be as scary as the characters on The Walking Dead but it made for a great spooky editorial.


03. Ph. Steven Klein (Art Partner)
Publication: Candy Magazine
There are quite a few Steven Klein stories that could be considered Halloween ready, but his fantastical male pregnancy saga for Candy is probably the most outlandish.


04. Ph. Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello
Publication: Numéro
Sofia & Mauro took inspiration from Divine for this out there story that captures all the kitschy goodness of John Waters’ over the top film.


05. Ph. Steven Meisel
Publication: American Vogue
The way in which each and every model on this story took on a classic rock persona was downright inspirational – Omhyra as Prince, Karolina Kurkova as Marilyn Manson, Sophie Dahl as Debbie Harry – the work by Pat McGrathGrace Coddington and Orlando Pita on this story was nothing short of iconic.


06. Ph. Peter Lindbergh
Publication: Vogue Paris
Some of fashion’s own characters make for incredible costumes, case in point Sasha P morphing into John Galliano for Vogue Paris.


07. Ph. Thomas Lagrange (Total Management)
Publication: Vogue Japan
You can’t have a Halloween roundup without a little vampirism and LaGrange’s slick beauty story puts a chic twist on bloodsucking.


08. Ph. Steven Meisel
Publication: Vogue Italia
The inspiration for Meisel’s ‘The Discipline of Fashion’ was Ethel Granger, a woman who tightlaced for years in order to achieve a 13 inch waist! You don’t need to go that far to get into the story or the incredible, unnerving visuals.


09. Ph. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Publication: V Magazine
A before and after of epic proportions where Eniko, Anja and Raquel are transformed via the use of Paddy Hartley’s transparent face masks. The clear plastic and cutouts distort the wearers face by changing its proportions in ways that range from beautiful to grotesque.


10. Ph. Craig McDean
Publication: American Vogue
Before everyone was running out to grab their Avengers costume, Coco Rocha was playing fashion superhero in the pages of Vogue with this memorable McDean story.



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Natalia Takes Paris

October 20th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

The tides are turning and American Vogue is once again embracing models in big way, putting superstar Natalia Vodianova on its November cover in a pared down shot by Annie Leibovitz. Sporting Chanel resort and posing amidst the grandeur of Paris’ Opera Ballet, Natalia brings her A-game as Annie shoots her with Director of Dance, Benjamin Millepied for a series of dramatic shots that showcase the beauty of the collections as styled by Tonne Goodman.

Vogue.com Natalia Vodianova & Benjamin Millepied at the Paris Opera Ballet




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