Monrowe Magazine

Monrowe Magazine introduces its first issue “Evolution” chronicling a certain and beautiful bygone sentiment, like the antiquity of good penmanship, with editor Ricky Kim ruminating over timelessness, an answer to button-down minimalism and his own longing for substance. “The best art gives us a feeling to which we have no words…for me, personally, cinema has been the most powerful,” says Kim, a former photography art director with Ralph Lauren. The predominately black and white pages infuse that savor of cinema onto its silvery pages. The cover story shot by Fanny Latour-Lambert musters nostalgia and the perennial cool of James Dean. Glen Luchford’s masterfully filmic Prada 1997 campaigns featuring Amber Valletta are resurrected and still read as contemporary and sensory-charged as ever embracing silver-screen virtues.

By keeping storytelling at the forefront, photographers like Robert NetheryChantelle Dosser and Annelise Phillips mull over fashion with dreamy cinematic images. Lindsey Hornyak styles contemplatively synthesizing the new and old while Priscilla Polley keeps thing feeling traditional such as in “The Good Place” with Alina Krasina and Alexandra Titarenko wearing A.P.C., Creatures of Comfort and Stella Mcartney. Iconic art photographer Ralph Gibson‘s narrative body of work is featured in a retrospective as well as an interview with model/legend Kim Williams wearing Issey Miyake.

Photos courtesy of Monrowe Magazine

Adeline Jouan by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styling by Lindsey Hornyak

 

Prada campaigns from 1997-Amber Valletta by Glen Luchford (Art Partner), creative direction by David James (Art + Commerce)

 

Paul Barge, Augustin Lampreia and Adeline Jouan by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), styled by Lindsey Hornyak

Alina Krasina and Sarah Bledsoe by Annelise Phillips, styled by Priscilla Polley

Alina Ilie, Carson Bruner and Katiusha Feofanova by Chantelle Dosser, styled by Priscilla Polley

Shaughnessy Brown, Haley Rohe and Zach King by Michael Donovan, styled by Priscilla Polley

 

Charlotte ReboutierRyan Hassaine and Angie Sherbourne by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management), creative direction by Lindsey Hornyak

Stills from Matt Baron

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Elliott Sailors, Viktoriya Sasonkina, Olga Timokhina, Elena Melnik, Rhianna Porter and Sup Park by Chantelle Dosser, styled by Lindsey Hornyak

Kim Williams by Marco Grob, styled by Priscilla Polley

 

Photography by Ralph Gibson (Walter Schupfer Management)

Marko Brozic by Nathan Jenkins, styled by Mara Palena

 

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