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February 25th, 2014 by models.com
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Alana Zimmer

Catching up with some of our favorite models in between shows!

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Elodia Prieto

Tilda Lindstam

JiHye Park

Manon Leloup

Nastya Sten

Sasha Luss

Samantha Gradoville

Hanne Gaby Odiele

February 25th, 2014 by models.com
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Blonde, beautiful and born for greatness! Ola Rudnicka has blazed a trail through fashion month with powerhouse appearances on the runway for Donna Karan, Hugo Boss, Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler, Vera Wang, Burberry, Giles, Max Mara, Moschino, Versace, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana and Anthony Vaccarello. A show list like that commands attention, but Ola is poised to do just as well editorially and that makes her something special.

February 25th, 2014 by models.com
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View the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi F/W14 collection in MDX

February 25th, 2014 by models.com
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Imaan Hammam

Catching up with some of our favorite models in between shows!

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Maja Salamon & Magdalena Jasek

Ola Rudnicka

Leona Binx Walton

Chiharu Okunugi & Xiao Wen Ju

Kate Goodling

Fei Fei Sun

February 24th, 2014 by models.com
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In a season filled with compelling faces, Carla Ciffoni stands out from the fray. Since spring there’s been buzz around the dazzling Ms. Ciffoni but fall sees her coming into her own. After a stellar New York season which included turns at Alexander Wang, Hugo Boss and Theory, Carla headed to London for Burberry and Christopher Kane. Add in Milan struts for Gucci, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana you’ve got the makings of a well-edited yet powerful season, something that fits this enticing beauty to a tee.

February 24th, 2014 by models.com
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February 22nd, 2014 by models.com
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When you’ve got it, you’ve got it. The beautiful Leila Nda adds a touch of elegance to every catwalk she graces, gliding down the runway with precision and making it all look easy. With appearances at Marc Jacobs, Hugo Boss, Rodarte, Gucci, Versace, Bottega Veneta and Roberto Cavalli it’s clear that the fashion set is taken with the Burundian law student turned model and rest assured the best is yet to come.

February 21st, 2014 by models.com
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The Josephine Van Delden momentum has been steadily building for some time, but this season the German beauty appeared in all the right places. With runway struts for Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Proenza Schouler, Alberta Ferreti, Fendi and Prada, Josephine is one of fall’s catwalk queens. With Paris looming in the distance we can expect the elegant Josephine to appear on even more top tier catwalks.

February 21st, 2014 by models.com
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February 21st, 2014 by models.com
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Patrik Ervell has always found his strength in sportswear. A native of the Bay Area, he has turned to sea and sand, to forests and fields, to Teva and North Face through the years to craft an authentic vision of the modern man as one who is more urbane than purely urban, and constantly in touch with the tumultuous world around him. He is perhaps best known for his perfect outerwear—always cut just right with an athletic edge in technical fabrics that would not be out of place at the Olympics—but his suiting has consistently been equally desirable, a sleek silhouette in an ever-changing array of innovative fabric and color combinations that always feel just right. He brought these two sides of his aesthetic closer together for Fall 2014, with a collection he explained was based on a new conception of “formality” and the “21st-century counterparts” to the Masters of the Universe that rampaged through Tom Wolfe’s The Bonfire of the Vanities. Ervell made clear, however—as if it needed clarifying—that he was not dressing today’s Wall Street moguls, but the new “titans of industry,” younger, more adventurous whiz kids who would not be averse to wearing, say, Laurie Harding’s rubberized cotton field coat to a board meeting. It was indeed a very contemporary take on formalwear, with sweatshirts and shawl-collar sweaters over slim trousers looking just as sharp as any two-piece ever could. Ervell’s subtle way with color was on display as well, in the swirling smudges on Tommaso de Benedictis’ and Robert Laby’s fleece jackets, in the orange silk shirt that peeked out from underneath Ian Sharp’s zip-up vest, in the rich royal blue of Adam Butcher’s nylon bomber. But there was sense of propriety overall to the pieces, mostly in dark navy or black, although always with an Ervell twist. Even Nate Hill’s classic suit—sturdy and upright in charcoal—had an outdoorsy air, backed, the show notes explained with “breathable membrane.” Too many designers claim their clothes can take you anywhere, only Ervell’s actually do.

Review by Jonathan Shia
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