Uncommon Delights

The eclectic, biannual Novembre Magazine returns again with more of the same–a good thing, and that’s not to say it isn’t different. No, multifarious matter meets strokes of beauty misconduct. This issue in particular is a garden of uncommon delights orchestrated by image makers like Florence Tetier, Georgia Pendlebury, Nicolas Coulomb, Chris Floyd, Julia Burlingham, Jeanne-Salomé Rochat and more. Preview what it offers below:

Images courtesy of Novembre Magazine


By Caley Feeney


By Chris Floyd


Lle Godoy by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tétier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


Lylou at Bout’chou agency by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


By Florian Joye


Nimshi by Dexter Lander | Stylist Ib Kamara


Ada Sokol and Jeanne-Salomé Rochat | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


Zoe by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Bea Sweet (LMC Worldwide)


Maya Laner, Vivian Fu, Becca Warzer by Corey Olsen | Stylist Ashley Munns


By Julia Burlingham | Stylist Lou Dallas


Lena Marie & Caroline by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


Caroline, Georgia, Josh, Luisa by Mia Dabrowski | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


Firpal by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Danielle van Camp


Anton, Tarik by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Danielle van Camp


Mina, Jo by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury


By Patrick Mollwing | Art Direction Jeanne-Salomé Rochat | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury

A Woman’s World

As women worldwide fight against patriarchal norms, Zoo Magazine proclaims its editorial support for feminine pride. The magazine enlists Hot Lister Isabella Emmack, photographed by Bryan Adams, and Top 50 ranker Maartje Verhoef, shot by Hugh Lippe, to make the message clear. Both models are styled in a series of patriotic looks with fashionable references alluding as far back to the Roman Empire all summoned by venerable fashion director, Joanne Blades. Subversive designers Alexander Wang, Maison Martin Margiela, Proenza Schouler, Sacai, and Stella McCartney all lend killer looks to the protest. Hairstylist Joey George and makeup artisan Makky tease slightly Isabella’s natural tomboy personality while Maarte gets transformed with a graphic cut that pairs smartly with Ozzy Salvatierra‘s agenda-pushing eyebrow treatment.

Preview the two editorials below.

Text by Derrick Gaitér


Photographer –
Bryan Adams (Art Department) | Stylist – Joanne Blades (Art Department) | Model – Isabella Emmack



Photographer – Hugh Lippe (Print & Contact) | Stylist – Joanne Blades (Art Department) | Model – Maartje Verhoef |

Adventure Time

There is a whole wide world to explore in the latest issue of At Large Magazine, the men’s magazine that celebrates discovery and the excitement of the new and unknown. With cover subjects ranging from rising Australian actor Brenton Thwaites to musicians Soko and Ben Gregory, the publication shines a spotlight on those who are in constant search of something different. In the spirit of adventure, James Macari share a portfolio on profession bull riding while Jimmy Chin explores untethered rock climbing and Matthew Porter documents the wilds of the Galapagos. Tom Sloan and Julie Ragolia find youth and energy in a group of exciting new musical and acting talents, while Peter Huynh and Paul Sinclaire offer up a romantic underwater world. On the fashion front, Randall Mesdon and Bill Mullen’s jewelry story comes in crisp, stripped-back black-and-white and Rob Kulisek and Sinclaire riff on technology, futurism, and video games in their vibrant feature.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue, available now, below.


Ben Gregory | Photographer – Matthew Brookes (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Brenton Thwaites | Photographer – Randall Mesdon | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Photographer – Randall Mesdon | Stylist – Bill Mullen (Art + Commerce)


Photographer – Rob Kulisek | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Soko (Marilyn Agency) | Photographer – Matthew Brookes (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Jake Lahrman and River Viiperi | Photographer – Brian Huynh | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Brenton Thwaites | Photographer – Randall Mesdon | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Right: Matthew Noszka | Photographer – Randall Mesdon | Stylist – Bill Mullen (Art + Commerce)


Photographer – Rob Kulisek | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Soko (Marilyn Agency) | Photographer – Matthew Brookes (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Rory J. Saper | Photographer – Tom Sloan (Lalaland Artists) | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)


Levi Dylan | Photographer – Cedric Buchet (Management + Artists) | Stylist – Julie Ragolia (Lalaland Artists)

All Eyes On Her: Imaan Hammam

Photographer – Giampaolo Sgura (Chris Boals Artists CBA)

Imaan Hammam is on fire! The Top 50 Netherlandic beauty of Moroccan and Egyptian descent has struck a chord across five Vogue covers in five months including American Vogue‘s March issue, and Allure Magazine‘s diversity issue alongside Dilone and Aamito Lagum. Fresh out from a stellar Fall/Winter 2017 runway season, Hammam continues to walk for a selection of top brands like Fendi, Moschino, Versace, Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors. On top of all that stellar work, Hammam took a philanthropic route last week when she and Doutzen Kroes were spotted supporting Save the Elephants, an organization based in Kenya geared towards protecting the matriarch of Africa’s wildlife.

Text by Derrick Gaitér

Photographer – Patrick Demarchelier (New York: Art + Commerce, London: Angela De Bona, Paris: Angela De Bona) | Models – Dilone, Imaan Hammam, Aamito Lagum

Photographer – Patrick Demarchelier (New York: Art + Commerce, London: Angela De Bona, Paris: Angela De Bona)

Photographer – Patrick Demarchelier (New York: Art + Commerce, London: Angela De Bona, Paris: Angela De Bona) | Models – Imaan Hammam, Taylor Hill, and Anna Ewers

Photographer – Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin | Models – Liu WenAshley GrahamKendall JennerGigi HadidImaan HammamAdwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti

Photographer – Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin | Models – Imaan HammamRomee StrijdAdriana LimaJasmine Tookes, and Jasmine Sanders

 Courtesy of Imaan’s Instagram: @imaanhammam

Doutzen Kroes and Imaan in Kenya with Save the Elephants.

 

Going Rogue, Rightfully

Inspired by the politics of punk subculture, London-based biannual magazine Beauty Papers finds the courage to challenge the conventional in its spring issued themed, “The Beautiful”. Steered by Maxine Leonard, whose creative intel yields five fantastical cover portraits by contributors Sølve Sundsbø, Charlie Engman, Roe Ethridge, Rory Payne, and Alessio Boni, the latest rollout is completely absent of advertisers. The dream that only cosmetics can give birth to does not end there: Conversations with hairstylist Malcolm Edwards and American Vogue Executive Fashion Editor Phyllis Posnick reveal how the most captivating visual narratives of their careers have come into fruition. In this exclusive preview of “Issue 03,”  the culture of beauty takes a strong and vividly raw stance against pseudo glamour.

Check out the new and exciting fronts of Beauty Papers on newsstands March 23rd!

Text by Derrick Gaitér

Photographer – Alessio Boni | Makeup – Mark Carrasquillo (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles) | Hair – Shinya Nakagawa (ArtList)

Photographer – Roe Ethridge | Hair – James Pecis (Bryant Artists) | Styling – Naomi Miller (Bryant Artists)

Photographer – Rory Payne (Society MGMT) | Makeup – Maxine Leonard

Photographer – Charlie Engman | Beauty – Kanako Takase (Streeters New York) |  Hair – Tamas Tuzes (L’Atelier NYC) | Manicure – Dawn Sterling (MAM ) | Model – Zen Wilson

Photographer – Sølve Sundsbø (Art + Commerce) | Makeup – Stephane Marais (L’Atelier NYC) | Model – Maggie Maurer