Ten Years of Dansk

January 31st, 2012

Ten Years of Dansk

With their impressive blend of fashion, art and culture, Dansk has long been one of the best magazines on the market. For their 10th anniversary the mag takes things to the next level with two artistically minded covers and a host of excellent editorials featuring the very best in Danish talent. Enjoy our exclusive preview of all the magazine has to offer – only in MDX.


Freja Beha Erichsen by Christian Brylle, fashion by Anders Solvsten Thomsen
Juliane Grüner by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Anders Solvsten Thomsen


Freja Beha Erichsen by Christian Brylle, fashion by Anders Solvsten Thomsen

Ida Dyberg and Jonas Kloch by Thomas Lohr, fashion by Anders Solvsten Thomsen

Mathias Lauridsen by Mark Kean fashion by Toby Grimditch

Dorte Limkilde by Martin Vallin and styled by Oscar Lange

Victor Nylander by Laurence Ellis, fashion by Toby Grimditch

Gertrud Hegelund by Hasse Nielsen

Christian Brylle & Caroline Brasch Nielsen by Henrik Bulow fashion by Alexandra Carl

Josephine Skriver & Malthe Lund Madsen by Emma Tempest fashion by Sam Ranger

Adrian Bosch by Tomas Falmer, fashion by Marcus Soder

Agnete Hegelund by Jimmy Backius, fashion by Gabi Humnicki

Nadja Bender by Alexander Neumann, fashion by Simon Rasmussen

Louise Pedersen by Peter Gehrke, fashion by Robert Rydberg

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Rodarte SS 2012 Casting Call

October 8th, 2011

Ever wonder what your favorite girls are thinking? Catch up with the models of Rodarte’s S/S 2012 casting as they answer the tough questions: coffee vs. tea, Beatles vs. Stones, football vs. soccer. This lighthearted film by Jennifer Venditti, captures some of modeling’s biggest stars giving candid and witty answers to cheeky queries.

Frida Gustavsson / IMG
Mirte Maas / Women
Beegee Margenyte / Supreme
Samantha Gradoville / IMG
Codie Young / DNA
Fei Fei Sun / Women
Kristina Romanova / Women
Karlie Kloss / Next
Julia Frauche / Next
Monika Sawicka / Marilyn
Patricia van der Vliet / Marilyn
Kinga Rajzak / IMG
Vika Falileeva / DNA
Eniko Mihalik / Marilyn
Jourdan Dunn / Women
Nimue Smit / Next
Melissa Johannsen /Wilhemina
Karo Mrozkova / Marilyn
Liu Wen / Marilyn
Valerija Sestic / Women
Madisyn Ritland / Silent
Marleen Gaasbeek / IMG
Caroline Trentini / Women
Mila Krasnoiarova / S
Corinna Ingenleuf/ Ford
Saara Sihvonen / Silent
Lindsey Wixson / Marilyn
Josephine Skriver / Marilyn

Spring/Summer 2012 Casting Call

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Rodarte by Laura and Kate Mulleavy
Director: Jennifer Venditti
Casting: JV8 Inc.
Editor: Kiki Allgeier
Camera: Salome Oggenfuss
Sound Mixing & Finishing: Shellac

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Marc Jacobs S/S 2012

September 16th, 2011

As the last show on NY fashion week calendar, Marc Jacobs was given the arduous task of ending things with a bang. No easy feat, given the jaded editors filling the seats of the Armory, but Jacobs managed to move his audience by showing one of his best collections to date. Staged with theatricality worthy of a Broadway Fosse revival, the collection was a thoughtful melange of influences past, present and future. Everything from cashmere sweatshirts, Stephen Jones crafted lamé du-rags and silicone dresses appeared on Jacobs’ runway. In the hands of a lesser designer these quirky touches might seem haphazard, but Marc managed to create a cohesive look. Somewhere between futuristic flapper and urbane fashionista lies the Jacobs girl: this season there are no literal references, and as such each piece took on a life of its own. Clothing with personality is what Marc Jacobs is all about and spring’s offerings are filled with the charm, grace and wit we’ve come to expect from America’s current fashion king.
Marc Jacobs
Spring/Summer 2012

Photos: Stephan Moskovic + Janelle Okwodu
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Casting: Michelle Lee
Stylist: Venetia Scott
Makeup: Francois Nars
Hair: Guido Palau
Production: KCD


1. Magda Laguinge
2. Fei Fei Sun
3. Alana Zimmer
4. Elsa Sylvan
5. Sojourner Morrell
6. Ginta Lapina
7. Codie Young
8. Svea Kloosterhof
9. Lindsey Wixson
10. Luisa Bianchin
11. Sara Blomqvist
12. Daphne Groeneveld
13. Jourdan Dunn
14 Daga Ziober
15. Siri Tollerod
16. Kinga Rajzak
17. Olga Sherer
18. Kerrie Johnson
19. Vasilisa Pavlova
20. Julia Nobis
21. Suzie Bird
22. Anabela Belikova
23. Ondria Hardin
24. Sofia Fisher
25. Vika Falileeva
26. Krystal Glynn
27. Emily Baker
28. Ruby Aldridge
29. Katrina Hoernig
30. Daiane Conterato
31. Xiao Wen Ju
32. Bruna Tenorio
33. Anais Pouliot
34. Nimue Smit
35. Josephine Skriver
36. Zuzanna Bijoch
37. Frida Gustavsson
38. Chantal Stafford-Abbot
39. Antonia Wesseloh
40. Jamie Bochert
41. Dempsey Stewart
42. Daria Strokous
43. Crystal Noreiga
44. Ruby Jean Wilson
45. Lida Fox
46. Kelly Mittendorf

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Preen S/S 2012

September 14th, 2011

Preen never fails to deliver, with each collection Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi expand the horizon of their brand with a fresh round of creativity. Spring finds the duo in a feminine mood, with soft colors and sculpted shapes combining to create a refined yet daring look. Pastels and prints are de rigueur on the runways this season, but no one is doing them like Preen. Their mix of pixels and hand drawn patterns is completely original and after a seemingly endless stream of NYFW shows that felt culled from the ghosts of collections past, it is nice to see designers who value uniqueness over familiarity.

For all the uniqueness there are a few historical allusions – Thornton and Bregazzi were inspired by The Bloomsbury set, an English group of intellectuals that included Virginia Woolf and E.M. Forster. Rather than making their literary reference overt, they let the artistic spirit of that group’s dynamic influence things subtly. As we all know, Preen is a thinking woman’s fashion line, as pretty as things get on the runway it is the substance and skillful technique found in each piece that keeps fans coming back for more.

Spring/Summer 2012

Photos: Stephan Moskovic
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Casting: Noah Shelley for AM Casting
Hair: Paul Hanlon
Makeup: Val Garland
Producer: Juliette Larthe


1. Arizona Muse
2. Emily Baker
3. Ella Kandyba (not pictured)
4. Aymeline Valade (not pictured)
5. Elsa Sylvan
6. Lisanne de Jong
7. Patricia van der Vliet
8. Sara Blomqvist (not pictured)
9. Aline Weber
10. Daphne Groeneveld (not pictured)
11. Hanne Gaby Odiele
12. Melissa Tammerijn (not pictured)
13. Delfine Bafort (not pictured)
14. Kelsey Van Mook (not pictured)
15. Julia Frauche (not pictured)
16. Colinne Michaelis (not pictured)
17. Nimue Smit (not pictured)
18. Julia Nobis
19. Andie Arthur (not pictured)
20. Kori Richardson (not pictured)
21. Ilse De Boer (not pictured)
22. Jacquelyn Jablonski (not pictured)
23. Alana Zimmer (not pictured)
24. Liisa Winkler (not pictured)
25. Marique Schimmel (not pictured)
26. Monika Sawicka
27. Lindsey Wixson
28. Josephine Skriver (not pictured)
29. Isabella Melo
30. Katlin Aas
31. Alyona Subbotina (not pictured)
32. Valerija Kelava (not pictured)
33. Aline Weber
34. Elsa Sylvan
35. Patricia van der Vliet
36. Aymeline Valade
37. Emily Baker
38. Ella Kandyba
39. Arizona Muse
40. Hanne Gaby Odiele
41. Melissa Tammerijn
42. Daphne Groeneveld

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Marc by Marc Jacobs S/S 2012

September 13th, 2011

Little Marc is looking very grown up this season. Though the kilted designer never fails to infuse his diffusion line with preppy touches, spring saw Jacobs in a minimalist mood. Save the segment featuring obligatory plaids and prints, the collection focused on strong colors and sharp cuts. Youthful doesn’t have to mean ostentatious and Jacobs’ finest moments were those that involved subtlety; a hint of orange peaking out from a slate macintosh, a ruffle accentuating the waist; simple touches crafted with a deft hand. The addition of these elements (and that killer price point) is what keeps Jacobs at the top of the heap.

Marc by Marc Jacobs
Spring/Summer 2012

Photos: Stephan Moskovic
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Casting Director: Michelle Lee
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Dick Page
Production: KCD

1. Karolina Waz
2. Erik Andersson (not pictured)
3. Nimue Smit
4. Gertrud Hegelund
5. Victor Nylander
6. Kate King
7. Baptiste Radufe (not pictured)
8. Mirte Maas
9. Fei Fei Sun (not pictured)
10. Bette Franke (not pictured)
11. Klaus Vaivars
12. Jac Jagaciak (not pictured)
13. Karlie Kloss
14. Julia Nobis (not pictured)
15. Lais Ribeiro
16. Henry Pedro Wright
17. Maud Welzen (not pictured)
18. Hind Sahli
19. David Hlinka
20. Lindsey Wixson
21. Valerija Sestic
22. Hailey Clauson
23. Bruce Machado
24. Anais Pouliot (not pictured)
25. Jackson Rado (not pictured)
26. Nyasha Matonhodze
27. Marike Le Roux (not pictured)
28. Andrey Smidl
29. Juju Ivanyuk (not pictured)
30. Tian Yi
31. Sara Blomqvist
32. Jourdan Dunn
33. Abiah Hostvedt
34. Shena Moulton
35. Daphne Groeneveld
36. Jessica Clarke (not pictured)
37. Milo Spijkers
38. Constance Jablonski
39. Ruby Aldridge
40. Frida Gustavsson (not pictured)
41. Johnny George (not pictured)
42. Colinne Michaelis
43. Josephine Skriver
44. Daria Strokous
45. Anthon Wellsjo (not pictured)
46. Julia Frauche (not pictured)
47. Kate Kosushkina (not pictured)
48. Yannick Abrath
49. Zuzanna Bijoch

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Valentino Fall/Winter 2011

March 18th, 2011

The Valentino brand has always understood femininity, but under the direction of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, that means something very different than it did when the legendary Garavani was at the helm. Chiuri and Piccioli favor a light and almost demure look that skews girly with touches of lace and sheer detailing, but never looks immature. This season featured the gauzy dresses the duo have become known for, but expanded the airy look to include structured separates for day, floral printed gowns and a lineup of on trend python accessories. No matter the look, an ethereal feel ran through the entire showing; even the thick fur worn by Patricia Van Der Vliet and the laser cut leather skirt on Daphne Groeneveld seemed to float. When designers can take materials that dense and imbue them with lightness it shows not only talent, but the power of a compelling design signature.
Fall/Winter 2011

Photos: Stephan Moskovic
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Pat McGrath

models in order of appearance above:
Freja Beha Erichsen
Ruby Aldridge
Jac Jagaciak
Sigrid Agren

Caroline Brasch Nielsen

Freja Beha Erichsen

Aline Zanella
Tatiana Cotliar
Debora Muller
Nimue Smit

Hanne Gaby Odiele
Daga Ziober
Emily Baker
Daphne Groeneveld
Kasia Struss
Josephine Skriver
Maud Welzen

Marique Schimmel
Mirte Maas
Julia Saner
Freja Beha Erichsen

Jourdan Dunn

Tatiana Cotliar in fur
Arizona Muse
Jac Jagaciak

Daphne Groeneveld
Daga Ziober
Maud Welzen

Lydia Carron
Aline Zanella
Sigrid Agren
Nimue Smit
Sara Blomqvist
Caroline Brasch Nielsen

Ruby Aldridge

Julia Saner

Frida Gustavsson
Freja Beha Erichsen

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Girls of Autumn/Winter 2011 Fashion Week

March 10th, 2011

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To celebrate the close of the Autumn/Winter 2011 season we have a very special and fun treat. We are very excited to present an exclusive collaboration between models.com and video director Justin Wu with the very kind support of LaneCrawford.com.

models.com and Justin Wu take you on a whirlwind tour of fashion week in Milan and Paris, from castings to backstage, the shows and the models off-duty, lip-synched to the classic fave of ‘Can’t Take My Eyes off of You’!

Video directed by Justin Wu (see more of Justin’s videos at www.jwuvideo.com)

Cover photo: Marija Vujovic, Natasha Poly and Candice Swanepoel backstage at Dolce & Gabbana

Models in order of appearance in the video:
Natalia Osikova (Why Not, VNY)
Martha Streck
Magdalena Frackowiak
Tali Lennox
Constance Jablonski
Hailey Clauson
Josephine Skriver
Zuzanna Bijoch
Emily Blunt
Alessandra C (Why Not)
Julija Steponaviciute
Melodie Monrose
Samantha Gradoville
Carola Remer
Caroline Brasch Nielsen
Suzie Bird
Debora Muller
Julia Saner
Liu Wen
Alessandra Ambrosio
Candice Swanepoel
Karlie Kloss
Lindsay Lullman
Jacquelyn Jablonski
Joan Smalls
Mirte Maas
Natasha Poly
Irina Kulikova
Marija Vujovic
Hanne Gaby Odiele
Laura McCone
Maud Welzen
Hildie Gifstad
Flaviana Matata
Anja Rubik
Daphne Groeneveld
Myf Shepherd
Jourdan Dunn
Hanna Samokhina

A very very big thanks to Justin Wu, all the models, their agencies and LaneCrawford.com who have made this possible. To see Behind-the-scenes pictures, and learn more about Justin Wu, please go to www.lanecrawford.com

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Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2011

February 18th, 2011

Francisco Costa has mastered the art of minimalism without repetition. Season after season he turns out thoughtful collections for Calvin Klein, subtly updating the brand’s vision of luxe austerity while providing his own take on modern elegance. Fall brings Costa into fresh territory with plays on texture and shape. The restrained color palette might not stray far from the neutral zone, but the array of finishes keeps things compelling. Bonded alpaca, cashmere, jersey, flannel, leather, lambskin; just an assortment of the materials Costa utilizes to great effect. It takes a moment to notice such an understated use of sumptuous textiles, but that is part of the magic. No matter how many hours of blood, sweat and tears were poured into the collection, it always looks effortless. Simplicity is the most difficult thing a designer can accomplish and it is the crux of true luxury. When Lara Stone glides down the runway in Costa’s metallic shift looking like she was born to wear it, you begin to understand the diligence and commitment to artistry that has come to define the Calvin brand.

Calvin Klein
Fall/Winter 2011

Photos: Stephan Moskovic + Betty Sze
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Stylist: Camilla Nickerson
Makeup: Pat McGrath
Hair: Guido Palau
Casting director: Maida & Rami
Production: Monicka HanssenTeele

Calvin Klein
Fall/Winter 2011

Runway photos: Stephan Moskovic
Backstage photos: Betty Sze

Stylist: Camilla Nickerson
Makeup: Pat McGrath
Hair: Guido Palau
Casting director: Maida & Rami
Production: Monicka HanssenTeele

Title page: Lara Stone
1-Josephine Skriver, Arizona Muse
2-Jourdan Dunn
3-Kristina Romanova/Linnea Regnander
4-Jac Jagaciak
5-Francisco Costa adjusts Colinne Michaelis‘ look
1-Sigrid Agren
2-Jac Jagaciak
3-Jac from the side
4-Karmen Pedaru
5-Kasia Wrobel
7-Juju Ivanyuk from the side
8-Linnea Regnander
9-Linnea from the side
10-Nimue Smit
11-Kristina Romanova
13-Madelene de la Motte
14-Kasia Wrobel
15-Kasia from the side
16-Maud Welzen
17-Emily Baker
18-Mirte Maas

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