See Inside: Let’s Panic Issue 2

July 20th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Straddling the margins between art and fashion, Issue 2 of Let’s Panic Magazine is trickling into stands in the U.S.A. now and Europe to follow.  The large format, in-your-face magazine, the project of photographer Greg Kadel, is a collection of inspired editorials, hued from the bold and experimental to the indulgent to the introspective. The thoughtful list of creators and contributors is worthy of praise – Boo George, Mario Sorrenti, Jeff Bark, Jennifer Starr, Judy Blame and Mark Lebon to name a few. On that note, Editor in Chief, Aaron Ward writes, “Of all the steps taken in the creation of an issue of Let’s Panic, the one we most enjoy is the exploratory stage, the part where meetings and conversations introduce us to new people, novel ideas and undiscovered creative twists.”

Inside the magazine, Greg Kadel photographs Jac Jagaciak for a vivid, varicolored beauty story. Shot through water that shifts the light, beauty team Fulvia Farolfi and Nicolas Jurnjack  produce gorgeous tides of blues, rouges and yellows. Editor-slash-photographer Aaron Ward abstractly shoots a model pressed against a pane of glass, to the effect of leaves pressed in a book.  Other editorials breathe life into archival images, like the cover image from Mario Sorrenti’s black-and-white, road trip portraits or casting director Jennifer Starr’s multitude of polaroids.

See more of the magazine below and buy it directly: here.


By Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)


 


Jac Jagaciak by Greg Kadel, Makeup by Fulvia Farolfi (New York: Bryan Bantry, Paris: ArtList Paris), Hair by Nicolas Jurnjack (Management + Artists)


 


Eliza Cummings by Aaron Ward, Styling by Karen Kaiser (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London), Makeup by Mariel Barrera, Hair by Ward Stegerhoek


 


By Yelena Yemchuk, Styled by Havana Laffitte (Streeters New York)


 


Photography and works by Bob Recine


 


By Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)


 


By Judy Blame (Camilla Lowther Management) and Mark Lebon


 


Michael Bailey Gates by Frank B (Print & Contact), Stylist Jaime Kay Waxman (Tim Howard Management), Makeup Maki H, Hair Neil Grupp


 


By Kava Gorna (Jed Root)


 


Linn Arvidsson by Theo Sion, Styling by Alice Goddard


 


Polaroids by Jennifer Starr

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Paradise Awakens

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

With breathtaking backgrounds in St.Thomas and luxe designs from the best in fashion, photographer Mariano Vivanco and super-stylist Giovanna Battaglia transport us to a forbidden paradise for the latest issue of Vogue Japan. With hair by Ward Stegerhoek and makeup by Niki Mnray, Hilary Rhoda is transformed into a goddess awakened, providing the perfect canvas for the Spring 2015 collections.

For more pick up the May issue of Vogue Japan on newsstands soon.

Images courtesy of Mariano Vivanco (New York: Jed Root, New York: Jed Root).
Video directed by Junietsy De Marcos.

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First Look : Russh

December 5th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Russh wraps up a stella year with a feminine focused issue filled with striking fashion moments. Beloved Aussie model Catherine McNeil covers the December/January edition in a refined shot by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York) that captures her allure perfectly. The ‘Venus Rises” tagline on the frontpage serves as theme for the issue, which is dedicated to the theme of womanhood. Inside you’ll find inspirational features with the likes of Jodie Kidd, Yumi Lambert & many more.

Take a first look at Russh’s exquisite editorials below and for even more be sure to check out RUSSH Magazine.com

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Ph. Santiago & Mauricio Sierra (Cadence New York) | Fashion Editor – Gillian Wilkins| Hair – Ward Stegerhoek  | Makeup – Niki Mnray | Model – Catherine McNeil


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Ph. Hugh Lippe | Fashion Editor – Heathermary Jackson | Hair – Conrad Dornan | Makeup – Tracy Alfajora | Model – Frida Aasen


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Ph. Kira Bunse | Fashion Editor –Anna Schiffel | Hair – Ramona Eschbach | Makeup – Kathy le Sant | Model – Adwoa Aboah


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Ph. James Nelson | Fashion Editor – Billie Iveson | Hair – Ramona Eschbach | Makeup – Kathy le Sant  | Model – Marthe Wiggers

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Hot N’ Steamy

July 22nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

As the heatwave sweeps throughout the city Greg Kadel perfectly encapsulates the scorching hot days of summer with a sensual story in the latest Vogue Espana. Most people would wilt beneath the heat and humidity, but Karmen Pedaru maintains her aloofly sexy persona even when clad in F/W’s decorative furs fresh off the runway. The eclectic mix of luxury fashions and barely there bikinis selected by Havana Laffitte adds a touch of carnality to even the most demure catwalk pieces. Celine’s plaid laundry bag inspired prints and Burberry’s glossy boleros take on a whole new aura thanks to Laffitte’s styling.

Hair – Ward Stegerhoek | Makeup – Mariel Barrera | Producers: Drew Harrow and Ernesto Qualizza

Karmen Pedaru for Vogue Espana August 2013 by Greg Kadel from Greg Kadel Studios on Vimeo.

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Bowery Girl

June 12th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Numero is back this month with yet another issue of avant-garde styles to obsess over. Highly anticipated each month for its unique editorial content, it’s no surprise that this month’s “Bowery Girl” editorial, featuring the Bulgarian beauty, Kremi Otashliyska, is the glam grunge we love. Stylist Bill Mullen pairs edgy prints and distressed fabrics, while photographer Greg Kadel works with Otashliyska from all angles to capture the city-inspired essence of the “Bowery Girl”.

Hair: Ward Stegerhoek | Makeup: Mariel Barrera | Producer: Ernesto Qualizza

Click for more from “Bowery Girl”

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Chromatique

July 15th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

If there was ever a question in your mind about whether or not Jourdan Dunn and Natasha Poly ought to blessed with beauty contracts, take a look at the latest issue of Vogue Paris. Makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds transforms both girls with vibrant colors from Yves Saint Laurent Beaute, while Marie Chaix adds the final flourishes with touches of fur and feathers. Hans Feurer‘s photography gives the entire story a high gloss finish, but both girls shine from within: if this doesn’t make you want to run out and buy makeup, we don’t know what will.

EDITOR Frédérique Verley | HAIR Ward Stegerhoek | PRODUCTION Antonio Perulli

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