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January 26th, 2015 by Janelle
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Dress by GILES.

When it comes to adventurous fashion the latest designer wares aren’t enough. Nothing compliments the cutting-edge fashions we see on the runway better than bold beauty. Mark Rabadan shoots the latest looks from Giles, David Koma and Ashish on the stunning Grace Bol and the exquisite fashions come to life with a liberal application of black lipgloss & metallic shadow.

Photography / Mark Rabadan for Models.com
Stylist / Fannie Schiavoni
Make up / Nobuko Maekawa
Model / Grace Bol @ Storm
Photo assistant / Dominic Cabot
Stylist assistant / Vanessa Wong
Producer / Marielle Misson


A metallic sheen on the skin makes for an alluring look, try Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector


Luminous metallic copper provides visual interest, try Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Loose Color Concentrate in Authentic


A glossy black lip adds rebellious oomph to any look, try Makeup Forever Rouge Artist Intense in Satin Black


A head to toe sheen compliments any look, try NARS Monoï Body Glow II


Jeans by ASHISH, shin guards stylists own, shoes KTZ.


A chocolate brown lip & dark smoky eye are the new neutrals, Try Illamasqua lipstick in Growl & Tom Ford Noir Absolute


Sweater by CHRISTOPHER SHANNON, shorts by ASHISH, shoes by KTZ

January 26th, 2015 by models.com
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January 23rd, 2015 by Holly Miller
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After Louis Vuitton, Serge Rigvava (in denim), Finnlay Davis

See what some of our favorite models are wearing in between shows!

Photos by Melodie Jeng for models.com

Sang Woo Kim

Shaun Ross and Roman Sipe

Phillip Konrad

Marc Sebastian Faiella

Otto Lotz

Lucas Santoni

Luke Glazsher

Jackson Hale

Jourdan Copeland

Daiane Conterato

Benjamin Bernadet

Benjamin Jarvis

Ben Waters

Eugen Ivanov

After Louis Vuitton

Jourdan Copeland, Sang Woo Kim, and Li Chen

January 21st, 2015 by Janelle
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Body beautiful doesn’t begin and end with makeup, it encompasses everything from healthy hair to glowing skin. Renata Sozzi showcases the sensual side of beauty in Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK )’s striking story that proves you can be lovely from head to toe.

Photographer: Blair Getz Mezibov (Visual Artist UK )
Digital: Chris Luttrell for Haute Capture
Stylist: Lilli Millhiser
Hair: Joey George (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)
Steven Canavan
Model: Renata Sozzi @ Marilyn
Producers: Clarissa Morales & Kristen Bolt


A sensual smoky eye shines through even with a veil / Get the look with Hourglass Modernist Eyeshadow Palette in Obscura


Daring to bare isn’t daunting when you’re perfectly exfoliated / Get the look with Clarins Exfoliating Body Scrub


Cascading waves and little else / Get the look with Sachajuan Volume Powder


Fishnet stockings by American Apparel


Shoes Manolo Blahnik highlighted by flawless legs / Get the look with Tata Harper Revitalizing Body Oil

January 20th, 2015 by models.com

Richard Biedul

See what some of our favorite models are wearing in between shows!

Photos by Melodie Jeng for models.com

Ton Heukels


Paolo Roldan

Jin Dachuan

Dominik Hahn

Justin Gossman

Charlie Adshead

January 19th, 2015 by models.com
January 15th, 2015 by Janelle


Portrait by Claire Lawrie

As modeling’s motion master choreographer Les Child has brought the artistry of dance to the biggest runways and best editorials. Collaborating with fashion’s best and brightest from photographers like Tim Walker and Patrick Demarchelier, to designers Miuccia Prada and Alexander McQueen, Child elevates the look and feel of fashion imagery with stylized dance moves fit for a Broadway show. If you see your favorite model sashaying down the catwalk with an extra spring in her step, or spot an editorial with posing worthy of a prima it’s likely that Les Child had a hand in it. We caught up with the talented Mr. Child to talk working with McQueen, the role of choreographers in fashion and what models need to know about movement.

Did you always know you wanted to be a dancer?

Les Child: Yes, always, since as long as I can remember.

Tell us a little bit about your beginnings.

Les Child: As a child I performed in school productions of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. This allowed me to express my love for dance and performance. I subsequently studied at the Rambert School of Ballet for 3 years.

How does your work in fashion differ from what you’ve done in cinema, or on the stage?

Les Child: Well, as a choreographer, there is little difference in these mediums. Generally working in theatre and film etc., require specific choreographic direction of course. A director and or producer will initially present you with a brief, treatment or storyboard as a guide, not forgetting how many dancers, models are needed and what they are required to do. This will involve the input of a production manager, stylist, music director, hair, makeup and many more. The same process applies to a fashion show or a fashion shoot. Where the designer, photographer or stylist has a concept to convey. I am often brought on board to assist with movement direction and to inspire confidence.


British Vogue, photographer Patrick Demarchelier

What do you think models ought to learn about movement?

Les Child: I believe all models would benefit immensely from attending some form of exercise or movement class, becoming aware of self and space. After all it’s all about the physical.

What is the role of a choreographer on an editorial shoot or at a show?

Les Child: A choreographer’s role in fashion is not as integral as hair and makeup, but as important. As I mentioned earlier the primary role both on a shoot and show is to inspire and to encourage confidence if they are required to play a role or assume an attitude. Basically to help realize the vision of the designer or the photographer.

When did you first get involved in fashion / what was the very first fashion project that you worked on?

Les Child: I think my first involvement in fashion, was dancing in Stevie Stewart’s (BodyMap) graduate’s show at Middlesex University… Way back! As a choreographer it was working on a film directed by Joanna Hogg starring a very young Tilda Swinton as an aspiring model with designs by Dylan Stone.

You’ve worked a great deal with designers who present their work in a very artistic manner – what was it like collaborating with Miuccia Prada or Alexander McQueen?

Les Child: Working with Alexander McQueen was absolutely brilliant. A true artist, with an extraordinary vision, whose shows were not only an extravagant showcase but an event to behold. it was a honor to be involved with him and his wonderful team. He was very particular on how he wanted the shows to look, presenting references from film, a game of chess to a particular artist he was enamored by. With Prada I was brought on board to help with the pace of the show. Helping the models to navigate and maintain a steady rhythm as the set was unusually huge with different levels and punctuated with staircases.


Alexander McQueen Spring / Summer 2004, photographer Pierre Verdy / Getty Images

How do you work with people who may not have any dance training or experience?

Les Child: I work around the artists’ abilities and attempt to evoke their most interesting qualities; basically bringing forth their personality in the way they move.

You’ve worked with an incredible array of talent – are there any moments that stand out to you as being especially poignant?

Les Child: This a very difficult question to answer. There have been so many poignant moments in my career to name one particular moment is nigh impossible.

How do you feel movement elevates an image?

Les Child: Movement gives an image breath and life!


British Vogue September 2014, photographer Tim Walker (Camilla Lowther Management)

January 13th, 2015 by models.com
January 12th, 2015 by Janelle

Awards shows are the domain of Hollywood’s elite, but models are making their impact on the red carpet. At last night’s Golden Globes Cindy, Naomi, Cara and more made their presence felt in show stopping dresses that landed them right at the top of the best dressed lists.

Elettra Wiedemann
in Giulietta

A touch of sweetness in a night dominated by va-va-voom silhouettes, Elettra’s buttercup yellow Giulietta gown provided a truly original red carpet moment.


Image by: Steve Granitz / WireImage

Cindy Crawford
in Versace

Once a supermodel, always a supermodel – Cindy’s sapphire blue Versace number was a ravishing and classic take on old-Hollywood glamour complete with Rita-Hayworth waves and a glittering clutch.


Image by: Steve Granitz / WireImage

Emily Ratajkowski
in Escada

A canary yellow showstopper from Escada sets Emily apart from the pack and amps up the elegance factor.


Image by: Jason Merritt /Getty Images Entertainment

Chanel Iman
in Zuhair Murad

Chanel sparkles in Zuhair Murad’s silver and black gown, which hit all the right notes including the evening’s metallic trend.


Image by Ari Perilstein / Getty Images Entertainment

Cara Delevingne
in Mugler

You might remember Cara’s Mugler dress from when Georgia May Jagger wore it back at the Met Gala, but Cara looks every bit as lovely in it as Georgia did and adds a bit of personalization with her layered initial necklaces.


Image by Rachel Murray / Getty Images Entertainment

Chrissy Teigen
in Zuhair Murad

On someone else a pastel pink, embellished gown would seem a little too frou frou but Chrissy makes it modern with sun-kissed makeup, a sleek clutch and plenty of diamonds.


Image by Jeff Vespa / WireImage

Alessandra Ambrosio
in Zuhair Murad

Alessandra’s sheer burgundy dress does transparency right revealing just enough of the Victoria’s Secret beauty to set tongues wagging, while keeping things tempting rather than tawdry.


Image by David Livingston / Getty Images Entertainment

Naomi Campbell
in Burberry Prorsum

No one does it better than Naomi and in a feathered custom look from Burberry she’s every inch the supermodel.


Image by Michael Tullberg / Getty Images Entertainment

January 8th, 2015 by Janelle


On Carly: Vaiken dress, Farley Chatto coat

Call it the big chill makeup that echoes the colors and textures of winter: from the icy whites of fresh snow, to shimmering metallics that add a touch of seasonal drama. Experience the look in Saty + Pratha’s gorgeous editorial starring Carly Moore as a frozen femme fatale.

Photos by Saty + Pratha / satyandpratha.com
Model – Carly Moore @ Elite Toronto
Styling by Truc Nguyen
Makeup by David Alan Jones (THE GREEN APPLE ITALIA SRL)
Hair by Olivia Colacci
Manicure by Rita Remark
Assistant Photographer – Hannah Kiviranta
Assitant Stylist – Erin Fox


Shake things up with a silvery brow

On Carly: Greta Constantine dress, Jenny Bird bangles


Coppery smokey eyes keep wintry beauty warm / Try Chanel Illusion D’Ombre in Mirage

On Carly: Vaiken dress, Farley Chatto coat


Snowy colors on the eye in matte white / Try Face Stockholm Matte Eyeshadow in White


Or a flash of shimmering silver / Try MAC Pigment in Silver Foil


Sleekness and face-framing waves highlight flawless skin

On Carly: Coach coat, Pink Tartan dress


A touch of cool blue / Try NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Heat

On Carly: Bec & Bridge dress at Holt Renfrew, Beaufille necklace


Wine colored lips for evening glamour / Try Bite Beauty Luminous Crème Lipstick in Cassis

On Carly: Melissa Nepton top, Alynne Lavigne earrings

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