Chaos SixtyNine is up to no good in the best way possible, again

It’s an issue 2 debut of all pros and no cons, of Chaos SixtyNine that is. The ambitious, attitude-steeped, Charlotte Stockdale-led poster book came onto our feeds and hurried into our hearts and minds, particularly the one by Cass Bird where Gigi Hadid shows off her fireman’s carry with Mica Argañaraz. Plus the one with Paloma Elsesser‘s derrière. What has been seen so far (like Cass’ other all-star heavy covers featuring Kendall Jenner, Slick Woods, Cara Taylor, and Adwoa Aboah; also Elfie Reigate & her dad, Barry, by Laurence Ellis) barely scratches the surface, it says there are “over 100 posters to pull out”. See what’s what so far below:

Adut is Home for the Holidays for Vogue Australia


Photographer – Charles Dennington | Styling – Jillian Davison | Hair – Alan White | Makeup – Victoria Baron

The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect on harvested blessings and one Hot Lister has much to be thankful for. Presenting the December issue of Vogue Australia, an introspective look at one of the top faces of 2018, Adut Akech and what stands as her fourth Vogue cover in a year. Shot by Charles Dennington and surrounded by her family, the South Sudanese model’s homecoming is captivating as she shines alongside her mother and siblings around their family home. And what’s better than baby sister Akuol sharing a bit of the spotlight with big sis?

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Boom!💥 My @vogueaustralia cover for December Issue with my baby sister Akuol is finally out! Shot by this legend @charliedenno and styled by the most nicest lady @jilliandavison ❤️💫 I’ve been dying to share with the world from the minute I found out about this shoot, to when I shot it and now I can finally show you all. Ever since I started modelling back in Australia gracing the cover of Australian vogue has been a dream of mine and I’m am beyond blessed and grateful that my dream has finally come true. This cover is so special to me. This shoot has by far my favourite shoot because it is the most personal to me. @edwinamccann and your whole team at vogue thank you so much for very bottom of my heart for this life changing opportunity to shoot me with my whole family, in our family home and all things about my life this is the most unforgettable experience I wish forever cherish until the day I die. Thank you to everyone that was involved, everyone that flew down to my hometown, spending 4 days with my family in our home. Embracing our culture, eating our traditional Sudanese food with us, sharing laughters and memorable moments. We loved having you all there. Thank you @victoriabaron and @alanwhite for the beautiful makeup and hair looks on me and everyone. So much from the Akech family! 🙏🏾❤️❤️❤️❤️ Officially out on stands on the 19th so don’t forget to grab a copy!!😆

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Edward Enninful celebrates one year at British Vogue with four covers


Photography – Steven Meisel | Fashion Ediotr – Edward Enninful | Hair – Guido Palau | Makeup – Pat McGrath | Jin Soon Choi | Models – Adut Akech, Primrose Archer, Saffron Vadher, and Stella Tennant

Much can happen in a year and for newly appointed editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, his freshman turn redefining British Vogue has put a multitude of diverse faces on the cover. First there was Adwoa, then the exploration of new frontiers, Cara’s wedding looks, and don’t forget the one with Rihanna. To mark a year at the helm, he continues his agenda with four special covers shot by Steven Meisel celebrating past and present models shaping the industry today – Adut Akech, Primrose Archer, Saffron Vadher, and Stella Tennant. In dramatic looks from Marc Jacobs to Givenchy couture, the December issue gets fancy with party frocks that will demand the attention at any holiday soiree.

Re-Edition explores the far side of fashion in its tenth issue

Possibly, you’re going to devour this like it’s the last magazine you’ll ever read. Read it like you need it! Tons of delicious pages from the far side of fashion by the folks over at Re-Edition Magazine. This one is issue 10, “Would you get in?” it asks. We would. It’s built with the best, its covers for example: Alasdair McLellan and Alice Goddard shoot Giselle Norman, Talia Chetrit photographs long-time-not-seen Joan Severance dressed by Jodie Barnes, Jamily Wernke Meurer dresses up as Collier by Collier Schorr then Harley Weir and Lotta Volkova come up with something fantastic, something subversive. That’s not all of it either, just some. It’s all previewed below, courtesy of Re-Edition themselves!


Jean Campbell by Letty Schmiterlow | Stylist Danny Reed


Ellis by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Liz Ord by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Jo Barker


Joan Severance by Talia Chetrit | Stylist Jodie Barnes


Jamily Wernke Meurer by Collier Schorr | Stylist Vanessa Reid


Harley Weir and Lotta Volkova


Giselle Norman by Alasdair McLellan | Stylist Alice Goddard


Pamela Anderson by Chris Maggio | Stylist Marie Chaix


Remington Williams by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Jo Barker

Kim Jones Releases his plush vision for Dior Homme


Photographer – Steven Meisel | Art Director – Ronnie Cooke-Newhouse | Stylist – Melanie Ward | Hair – Guido Palau | Makeup – Pat McGrath | Casting – Shelley Durkan | Models – Lukas Gomann, Malick Bodian, Prince Nikolai of Denmark, Romaine Dixon, and Valentin Caron

Designated as one of the top runway shows of the season, Kim Jones‘s debut collection for Dior Homme takes on new visual life with the recent campaign unveiled today. Of course the giant floral KAWS centerpiece takes a more relaxed pose in these flush pink visuals shot by Steven Meisel. Models Lukas Gomann, Malick Bodian, Prince Nikolai of Denmark, Romaine Dixon, and Valentin Caron sport the newest collection of formal suiting meets elevated streetwear (sorry Jones we know you hate the latter word!) in soft pastels and all black everything.