V Magazine’s Girl Most Likely

V Magazine wears their heart on their sleeve in the latest issue, singing the praises of gorgeous Grace Elizabeth, heralding her as “the next supermodel of the world”. Not a stretch considering she has her own brand of dazzle that’s landed her in endless top tier bookings. The Florida-girl’s career has got legs, strutting her onto the Hot List with her demand showing no signs of slowing and, well, why would it? She’s got just the combination of charm and downright beauty that makes a model major–maybe super. V solidifies their statement with black and white visuals by Nathaniel Goldberg, styled by Tom Van Dorpe in fall’s best. Point taken. Exclusively preview the editorial below. The issue V 108 will hit newsstand on July 6th.

Grace Elizabeth by Nathaniel Goldberg (Society MGMT) | Stylist Tom Van Dorpe (Management + Artists)

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Love Live Halima

Photographer – Sølve Sundsbø (Art + Commerce)| Fashion Editor – Beat Bolliger (Art Partner) | Hair – Philippe Tholimet (Saint Luke Artist Management)| Makeup – Val Garland (Streeters London) | Manicurist – Marian Newman (Streeters London)

After a stellar start on the runways last February, Somali-American Halima Aden has shattered conventional beauty standards while winning the hearts of the fashion elite. The 19-year-old new face has made history being the first model to wear hijab for the covers of Allure Magazine, Vogue Arabia, and CR Fashion Book. Breaking barriers is nothing new to the Gen-Z teen who wore hijab and a burkini during the Miss Minnesota pageant before getting signed to a major agency. Diversity is beauty and with Aden’s stellar looks and charming smile she’s sure to go far!

Photographer – Greg Kadel | Fashion Editor – Paul Cavaco | Hair – Teddy Charles (The Wall Group) | Makeup – Hung Vanngo (The Wall Group) | Manicurist – Casey Herman (The Wall Group)


Photographer – Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner) | Fashion Editor – Carine Roitfeld | Makeup – Kanako Takase (Streeters New York)

Made in Brazil Spotlights Salvador

Brazil is a country of many facets, many of them largely unknown to the wider world, and Made in Brazil Magazine is taking the opportunity with its eleventh issue to spotlight a city that has long been in the shadow of international hotspots like Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Shot entirely in Salvador, a city in the coastal Bahia region which served as the country’s first capital, the new edition features—with the exception of the recognizable cover star Marlon Teixeira—exclusively models from the city itself. Newcomer Pietro Baltazar makes his mark with his buzzed and bleached hairstyle, photographed by Philippe Vogelenzang and styled by David Vandewal, who also shot most of the rest issue. Rising photographer Akira Cravo shares a portfolio of recent snapshots from the city, offering a more candid view on the vibrant metropolis. Capturing Salvador’s many sides, from its cobblestone streets to the sun-soaked beach to striking architecture, Made in Brazil takes the opportunity to showcase a less prominent but equally vibrant corner of its native land to a global audience always in search of the new and unexplored.

Take an exclusive first look at the issue below and pick up your copy here.


Marlon Teixeira | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Marlon Teixeira | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar, Ubiratan Santos, Renan Santana, Paulo Cruz, and Alan Mendes | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Pietro Baltazar, Ubiratan Santos, Renan Santana, Paulo Cruz, and Alan Mendes | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Marlon Teixeira | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Photographer – Akira Cravo


Marlon Teixeira | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)


Marlon Teixeira | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal (Art + Commerce)

032c’s Heroines

For the latest 032C art photographer Catherine Opie and Louis Vuitton’s artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière collaborated on creating the perfect portfolio of “Heroines”. Their backdrop: the Louvre’s sculpture garden and Catherine’s studio in Los Angeles. Their study: “The power of ambiguity”. Of this, Ghesquière himself in the magazine’s interview says the idea was, “to represent women who have that sense of ambiguity.” Represented in this visual essay is the likes of Erika Linder, Mica Arganaraz, Julia Nobis, Jenny Shimizu, Agathe Mougin and more for a total of 17. “These women have an undetectable charm full of intrigue, seduction, and feeling. It inspires me,” furthering Ghesquière. Exclusively preview the editorial here before seeing it in its entirety, able to be purchased here.

By Catherine Opie and Nicolas Ghesquière | Stylist Angelo DeSanto | Hair Dritan Vushaj | Makeup Alexa Hernandez

Move For Lurve

An unmovable force, Lurve Magazine returns with an issue reflecting on diversity, migration and the current circumstances of forced moving. As diasporic motion intersects with race, gender, and fashion as we know it, three covers shot by Ola Rindal, Martin Parr, and Liam Warwick are a subtle hint into what lies inside. Karly Loyce lands a cover of the French tome along with editorial spreads with creative takes on the role of fashion in race and popular culture from François Pragnère, Devin Blair, Jan Lehner and many more.

Take an exclusive look at the images below and pick up the issue out on newsstands now!

Photography – Ola Rindal | Stylist – Marion Jolive


Cover Shot – Martin Parr | Stylist – Moreno Galatà


Photography – Liam Warwick | Stylist – Moreno Galatà | Model – Karly Loyce


Photography – Ola Rindal | Stylist – Moreno Galatà


Photography – François Coquerel | Styling – Alessandra Conti



Photography – François Pragnère (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) Stylist – Nicolas Lecourt Mansion


Photography – Andres Burgos | Stylist – David Gómez-Villamediana


Photography – Jan Lehner (New York: Webber Represents , London: Webber Represents) | Stylist – Raquel Garcia


Photography – Devin Blair | Stylist – Alessandra Conti