Gigi Does Her Own Stunts for V Magazine


Photographer – Mario Sorrenti | Stylist – George Cortina | Hair – Recine | Makeup – Kanako Takase

She dives! She jumps! She gets dirty! It seems there’s nothing Gigi Hadid can’t do stuntwise in the latest cover story of V Magazine out on stands today. With jetskis and ATVs in tow, an action packed editorial captured by Mario Sorrenti goes to new depths all without Hadid breaking a sweat. Slated as a fall preview, George Cortina makes athlesiure out of couture with looks from Fendi, Chanel, Philipp Plein, and Versace styled from heels to wheels. Hadid finesses neon war paint with a sleek braided pony and not a baby hair out of place (drop the edge control brand!!!). Thank Kanako Takase and Recine for the beauty magic.

Vogue Germany Focuses on #WhatMatters


Photographer – Daniel Jackson for Vogue Germany | Fashion editor – Christiane Arp | Hair – Ward Stegerhoek | Makeup – Petros Petrohilos and Mariel Barrera

Oh, do we love a role model and the August issue of Vogue Germany seems to love them too. Photographer Daniel Jackson captures the piercing gazes of model activists Doutzen Kroes, Edie Campbell, Naomi Campbell, and Anja Rubik who all take a stand on the issues of today with much fervor. While Dutch Super Kroes continues her conservation efforts to save the elephants, the Campbells tackle diversity and the fashion industry’s response to #MeToo, with Rubik rounding it up as she leads talks on sexual education in her ultra-conservative, native Poland. Inside the magazine reveals more of the models making a difference like Alek Wek‘s continuous humanitarian work with refugees, Jacquelyn Jablonski‘s foundation Autism Tomorrow, and Hanne Gaby Odiele‘s efforts to bring awareness to being intersex. No matter how big or small the problem, Vogue Germany sets out to prove that making a difference starts with a spark.

Vogue Brasil Scores A Goal-Winning Cover

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Brazil is in the celebratory spirit after a fresh World Cup win and Vogue Brasil continues the party with their newest cover for July. Hot-lister Blesnya Minher has much to rejoice as well as she sizzles for her first Vogue cover with colorful images shot by photographer Zee Nunes to match her youthful spirit. As the team sails to a remote beach town, Pedro Sales styles Minher in maximalist selections from Calvin Klein, Valentino, Moschino, and Dior so she effortlessly stands out from nature’s wonders. From Lisbon to Luanda to Salvador, Vogue Brasil seeks to celebrate all that is diversely beautiful and connected through Portugal.

Kaia beams on the cover of Vogue Italia’s July issue

Kaia Gerber shows her pearly whites on the cover of Vogue Italia as shown in a sneak peek of the July issue that was posted on the glossy’s Instagram over the weekend. On it, a single word leader: “Kaia!”. Craig McDean photographed the genetically-blessed model lighting up his lens with an ear to ear smile. Who wouldn’t be smiling while landing their first Vogue Italia cover? She can toss it on top of her stack of Vogue Paris, Teen Vogue, i-D and Pop Magazine solo covers (and everything else here). The color tone is decidedly not so seasonal, but maybe Kaia’s sunny disposition makes up for it–thoughts?


Kaia Gerber by Craig McDean | Stylist Benjamin Bruno | Hair Malcolm Edwards | Makeup Lisa Butler | Manicure Chisato Yamamoto | Casting Piergiorgio Del Moro & Samuel Ellis Scheinman


Image from @vogueitalia

7TH Man Is in Bloom for Summer

Summer heats up in the latest issue of British men’s magazine 7TH Man Magazine, which celebrates its fifth birthday with six striking covers starring fascinating faces both new and established, from Montell Martin and Finn Hayton to Aaron Gatward and Jake Davies. Inside, John-Paul Pietrus and KK Obi get glam in a cover feature that blooms with flowers, butterflies, and Seventies rock-and-roll shine while Rokas Darulis and Dean Hau head to the English countryside with model/actor/entrepreneur Andrew Cooper. Questions of adulthood run through the issue, with Federico Radaelli and Obi offering their take on uniform dressing and Kim Jakobsen To and Hamish Wirgman capturing a group of friends who have retreated from the endless rush of modern life to live in a fantasy world of their own making in an abandoned school. Every summer brings new opportunities for exploration and, as the new issue of 7th Man makes clear, there’s plenty left in the world to discover.

Take a first look at the issue below.


Louis Baines | Photographer – John-Paul Pietrus | Stylist – KK Obi


Aaron Gatward | Photographer – Lawrence Spark | Stylist – KK Obi


Jake Davies | Photographer – Lawrence Spark | Stylist – KK Obi


Finn Hayton | Photographer – Lawrence Spark | Stylist – KK Obi


Remy, Sacha M’Baye, O’Shea Robertson, and Montell Martin | Photographer – Lawrence Spark | Stylist – KK Obi


Juno Ho Song | Photographer – John-Paul Pietrus | Stylist – KK Obi


Andrew Cooper | Photographer – Rokas Darulis | Stylist – Dean Hau


Junior Choi | Photographer – Federico Radaelli | Stylist – KK Obi


Photographer – Kim Jakobsen To | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman


Photographer – Kim Jakobsen To | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman


Yong Soo Jeong | Photographer – Trinity Ellis | Stylist – Niklas Bildstein Zaar


Larry B | Photographer – Dexter Lander | Stylist – KK Obi


Paul Barge | Photographer – Emon Toufanian | Stylist – James V. Thomas


Paul Barge | Photographer – Emon Toufanian | Stylist – James V. Thomas


Sal | Photographer – Stefan Schwartzman | Stylist – Thistle Brown


Sal | Photographer – Stefan Schwartzman | Stylist – Thistle Brown


Lucas | Photographer – Trinity Ellis | Stylist – KK Obi


Tarek | Photographer – Trinity Ellis | Stylist – KK Obi


Louis Baines, Juno, Xu Meen, David, and Leto | Photographer – John-Paul Pietrus | Stylist – KK Obi


Louis Baines and Xu Meen | Photographer – John-Paul Pietrus | Stylist – KK Obi


Montell Martin and George Alsford | Photographer – Lawrence Sparks | Stylist – KK Obi


George Alsford and Aaron Gatward | Photographer – Lawrence Sparks | Stylist – KK Obi