High Noon

May 4th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

Noon Magazine’s third issue keeps the British biannual on its artistic tracks, not veering far from unwonted imagery and graphically inspired editorials. Zoe Ghertner shoots the poignant cover photo with bright emerald green eyes staring fixedly outward. Charlie Engman returns to his enigmatic flavor of visuals, this time juxtaposing internet search results with his frequently photographed muse–and mom. Top newcomer Bhumika Arora poses for Mel Bles in a reflective and multifaceted editorial styled by Lyson MarchessaultBrett Lloyd and stylist Jack Borkett tune into what’s feeling modern in a minimal fashion story. Here’s an exclusive preview of the issue:

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Mom by Charlie Engman, Styling by Clare Byrne


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Bhumika Arora by Mel Bles (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), styling by Lyson Marchessault (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management), Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Lucy Burt (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


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Martha, Finnlay & Gary by Brett Lloyd (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ), Styling by Jack Borkett, Hair by Teiji Utsumi, Makeup by Nami Yoshida


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By Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management)
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Intermission Excites

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

Biannual Intermission Magazine has stood as a pillar for beautiful and striking imagery and for their 5th anniversary issue they’ve collaborated with some of the best in the business with visuals provided by Fabien Baron, Richard Burbridge, & the founders of the title, Patrik Sehlstedt and John Scarisbrick. Capturing the alluring beauty of each of the subjects, cover models Molly Bair, Amanda Murphy, Malgosia Bela, Meghan Collison, Steffy Argelich, and more were transformed into remarkable, brooding muses paired with lively spring fashion.

Take a respite from commercial overload with the images below.

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Molly Bair photographer Fabien Baron, styling Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Amanda Murphy photography Richard Burbridge (Art + Commerce), styling Brian Molloy

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Steffy Argelich photographer John Scarisbrick styling Emilie Kareh (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA)

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photographer Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management), styling Brian Molloy

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Malgosia Bela photographer John Scarisbrick, styling Melanie Huynh (Management + Artists)

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Meghan Collison photographer Patrik Sehlstedt, styling Vanessa Chow

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Julia Bergshoeff photographer Fabien Baron, styling Ludivine Poiblanc (Management + Artists)

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Photographer Lacey (Camilla Lowther Management), set designer Shona Heath (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Steffy by John Scarisbrick

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Malgosia by John Scarisbrick

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Lina Berg photographer Amy Troost, styling Zara Zachrisson (Camilla Lowther Management)

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Amanda by Richard Burbridge

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Photographer Philippe Jarrigeon (New York: Total Management, Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management), styling Brian Molloy

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Drake Burnette by Nathaniel Goldberg (Society MGMT), styling Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists)

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Molly by Fabien Baron

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Meghan by Patrik Sehlstadt

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Seeing Double

November 17th, 2014 |Posted by models.com

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Caroline Trentini by Roe Ethridge / styled by

A quote from William Wordsworth is emblazoned across the cover of Double Magazine‘s 28th edition and it serves as a fitting thematic intro to an issue filled with engaging content from some of photography & fashion’s rising stars. Jamie Hawkesworth, Roe Ethridge, Heji Shin and Harley Weir contribute new editorials, while superstar stylists Marie Chaix (Art Partner) and Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists) put their skills to good use mixing pieces from CélineLanvin and Vionnet‘s archives throughout the varied features. The issue’s mix of fresh talent like Hood by Air‘s Shayne Oliver and Sacai‘s Chitose Abe and established legends like Georgina Grenville makes for a compelling and insightful read.

For even more Double visit Le Magazine Double

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner) / Model Emily-Jane Rosen

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Ph. Zoe Ghertner (Los Angeles: Total Management, Paris: Total Management, New York: Total Management) / Styled by Marie Chaix (Art Partner)

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Ph. Heji Shin / Styled by Camille Bidault Waddington (Management + Artists)

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Ph.  Jamie Hawkesworth / Styled by Marie Chaix / Models Anya LyagoshinaValery Kaufman

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An Intimate Portrayal

February 18th, 2014 |Posted by Janelle

Certain models take on the role of muse as though it were a second skin, inspiring image makers with their poise, beauty and unique personas. The latest issue of Muse Magazine pays tribute to that spirit with an enchanting cover starring one of modeling’s true chameleons. Guinevere Van Seenus looks as distinctive as ever in Erik Madigan Heck‘s image, sporting a veil by Ann Demeulemeester and a serene look. Like her Arthurian namesake, Guinevere serves as a source of inspiration for countless artists and here she brings out the best in Heck and stylist Yana Kamps, both of whom unleash their creativity. The final images are a sweeping trip through the season’s most sumptuous pieces. Inside there’s even more Guinevere to love, including an equally compelling minimal editorial by Zoe Ghertner and a fun interview where the industry vet shares musical favorites and style secrets.

On changing her look:
“I get tired of looking at my own face so I love to experiment with my hair color”

On loving the style from the 90s:
“There was a way of expressing yourself through clothes that had nothing to do with your financial capability… you could even pick something out of the garbage and look amazing.. there was a lot of emotion and genuine angst that came to the surface. And I still love the style because its comfortable”

On her musical faves:
“Driving Music- Black Sabbath. Exercise music: maybe Cyndi Lauper or early Madonna. Lionel Richie for Romance?”

For even more MUSE, be sure to check out Muse Magazine.it

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Ph. Erik Madigan Heck | Fashion Editor – Yana Kamps


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Ph. Zoe Ghertner | Fashion Editor – Emilie Kareh

 

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