September Reign

July 30th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

By now we’ve all heard the story about celebrities taking precious magazine cover spots away from models, but this September it appears the tides have turned. After years of stars on the front pages more and more magazines are looking to models for their biggest fashion issues. British Vogue boasts Cara Delevingne looking sleek in Nicolas Ghesquière‘s collection for Louis Vuitton in an image by Mario Testino (Art Partner), while Elle UK enlists a Prada clad Kate Upton for fashion forward shot by Matt Jones. Though the September covers are only just starting to debut you can already see which collections are going to be inecapable for the next few months.  WSJ provides a fetching seventies style image of Daria Werbowy by Josh Olins that also puts Ghesquière’s wares to good use. In keeping with the trend The New York Times’ T Magazine reaches for Prada, sheathing Vanessa Axente in one of the brand’s oversized coats in a strong cover image by Craig McDean. 

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Cara Delevingne in Louis Vuitton by Mario Testino (Art Partner) for British Vogue

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Kate Upton in Prada by Matt Jones for Elle UK

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Daria Werbowy in Louis Vuitton by Josh Olins for WSJ

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Vanessa Axente in Prada by Craig McDean for T Magazine

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Easy Breezy

June 25th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

WSJ continues its traditional of excellence in editorial with a refreshing story by Daniel Riera (Jed Root). Shot along the shores of Jones Beach and featuring layered pre-fall looks styled by Vanessa Traina (Management + Artists) the editorial is a crisp and cool take on dressing for the days in-between seasons. Stephanie Joy Field is gamine in lightweight sweaters and minimalist separates accented by flat loafers and understated jewelry. When paired with the backdrop of wood shingle beach houses and clear blue water the effortlessness of these pared down looks shines through; this is simplicity at its best and Riera’s images capture this mood in chic style.

See the full story on WSJ Online

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Well Suited

April 28th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

WSJ continues its tradition of luxurious elegance with an impressive fashion story starring Liu Wen. Shot by Daniel Riera (Jed Root) and styled by Sara Moonves the stripped down story focuses on the season’s taste for minimal menswear influenced styles. Classic business dressing, but rendered modern via impeccable tailoring and a feminine touch that Moonves brings to her selection of crisp suits and minimalist jewelry. As always Liu Wen brings a regal dignity to every shot and manages to look alluring in even the most serious of workwear.

For even more WSJ, including interviews with Grace Coddington, Julia Roberts & Frederic Malle visit their website – WSJ.com

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First Look: WSJ

February 19th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Some of the most exciting fashion editorial content on the block comes from the magazine branches of major newspapers and the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ is no exception. The style glossy’s March issue is heavy on powerful imagery and top tier photographers who focus their talents on models and rising stars alike. With modelesque Game of Thrones star, Emilia Clarke on the cover in an alluring image by Lachlan Bailey (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) the mag sets the tone for an issue filled with modern content. Inside new editorials by Ben WellerGregory Harris (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and Daniel Jackson continue the excitement. The total package is a tightly edited and engrossing trip through the everything meaningful in luxury now.

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Ph. Lachlan Bailey (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists) | Fashion Editor - Beth Fenton | See the full story on WSJ


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Ph. Daniel Jackson | Fashion - Alastair McKimm | Model - Irene Hiemstra | See the full story on WSJ 


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Ph. Gregory Harris (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) | Fashion Elin Svahn | Model - Caroline Brasch Nielsen | See the full story on WSJ

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Ph. Ben Weller | Fashion – Zara Zachrisson (New York: ArtList NY, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Models – Matilda Lowther & Charlotte Wiggins | See the full story on WSJ

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Gold Rush

January 15th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

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A fashion forward trip to the elegant Costa Careyes on Mexico’s Pacific shore makes for an inspired editorial. Girl of the moment Andreea shines in Olins’ imagery and features prominently throughout the issue. Author and man about town, Derek Blasberg interviews the brainy beauty about her college plans, career ambitions and the unexpected twists along the way, including the story behind her memorable collaborations with Mario Sorrenti. “The plan was for me to make enough money for four years of col­lege, and then I’d walk away…” Diaconu quips to Blasberg, “I had just about saved enough and was thinking of quitting, and then I got a call from my agent: ‘Mario Sorrenti booked you for Italian Vogue.’”

See the full story – interview and images – at WSJ.com

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Face Off: Daft Darlings

November 6th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

French robo-duo Daft Punk have a way of showing up alongside gorgeous top models and while promoting their album, Random Access Memories they’ve made magazine appearances something of a habit. This month they share cover space with Gisele Bundchen on the frontpage of WSJ in a shot by Terry Richardson, but it wasn’t too long ago that they were in the pages of Vogue alongside Karlie Kloss. Add in a CR Fashion Book story back in August with Milla Jovovich, ads for Saint Laurent, Dazed covers, L’Uomo Vogue and well you get the picture.

But which model pulls off posing alongside the world’s most famous robots?

Who is taking it to that next level Gisele, Karlie or Milla? 

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Ph. Terry Richardson for WSJ

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Ph. Mathieu César for CR Fashion Book  - see the full story on CR Fashionbook.com 

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Ph. Craig McDean for American Vogue - see the full story on Vogue.com 

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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.

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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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Double Vision: Comme des Garçons

November 2nd, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Some collections are made for editorial greatness, on the runway they’re good but when a talented team gets ahold of things the stories those garments can tell are limitless. One collection that has found new life editorially is Comme des Garcons‘ excellent fall/winter showing. The exaggerated proportions, bold patterns and plays on dimension have made for some truly striking imagery. Stylists seem to love playing with Rei Kawakubos artful creations, and there are a few looks that keep popping up in magazines month after month. Whether they’re worn by the likes of style legend Iris Apfel, transformed into samurai gear for Meghan Collison, or made part of David Sims‘ stark imagery, it is impossible to miss a CdG piece. Take a look back at some of the most memorable uses of the collection thus far and see how different stylists dealt with some of the more popular pieces.

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by Sarah Moon, styled by Jacob K for 10 Magazine

Meghan Collison by Fabien Baron, styled by Karl Templer for Interview

Cara Delevingne by Jean Baptiste Mondino, styled by Carine Roitfeld for CR Fashion Book

Saskia de Brauw by Mario Sorrenti, styled by Emmanuelle Alt for Vogue Paris

Erjona AlaLida FoxLula OsterdahlOphelie Rupp and Ros Georgiou by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia

Magdalena Langrova by Sebastian Kim, styled by Katie Mossman in Vogue Germany

Kati Nescher by Mario Sorrenti, styled by Joe McKennafor Vogue Paris

Dorothea Barth Jorgensen by Charlotte Wales for Vision China, styled by Clare Byrne.

Laura Kampman by Philippe Vogelenzang, styled by Jos van Heel in Vogue Netherlands

Franzi Mueller by Mel Bles, styled by Vanessa Reid in Pop Magazine

Iris Apfel by Jeff Bark, styled by Robbie Spencer for Dazed & Confused

Kasia Struss by Knoepfel & Indlekofer for WSJ

Anais Pouliot by Paolo Roversi, styled by  in Purple Fashion

Mackenzie Drazan by Mikael Jansson styled by Karl Templer for Interview

Kati Nescher by David Sims for American Vogue

 

 

 

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