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

Beauty & The Tush

Tush is rolling out their 40th issue and this time around it’s all about beauty. 6 new covers and the inside spreads playfully jab at the thematic from every aspect – plain pretty girls to curious creatures, the ordinary woman to extraordinary artists, everyone gets a seat at the table like model beauties Lululeika Ravn Liep, Nicole Atieno, Manami Kinoshita, and Anna Mila Guyenz. Editor-in-chief and photographer, Armin Morbach joins a spirited team of photographic contributors for thrilling visual content including Liz Collins, Crystal Renn, Markus Jans, Baud Postma and many others.

Take an exclusive sneak peek at the issue below and be sure to pick up the special issue when it hits newsstands March 23rd.

Photographer – Armin Morbach | Stylist – Nina Petters | Hair – Mustafa Yanaz (Kramer + Kramer) & Pablo Kümin | Makeup – Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Model – Julia Reiss, Nicole Atieno, and Jana Julius

Photographer – Baud Postma | Stylist – Marie-Louise von Haselberg | Hair – Jose Quijano | Makeup – Emma Williams | Models – Yana Van Ginneken and Bradley Phillips

Photographer – Johnny Kangasniemi (LUNDLUND) | Stylist – Theophile Hermand | Hair – Susanne Lichtenegger | Makeup – Linda Andersson | Model – Manami Kinoshita

Photographer – Armin Morbach | Stylist – Nina Petters | Hair – Stelli Uschi Rabe | Makeup – Loni Baur (New York: ArtList, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Model – Lululeika Ravn Liep

Photographer – Armin Morbach | Hair – Nadine Bauer | Makeup – Loni Baur (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Model – Amalie Schmidt

Photographer – Markus Jans (SUPERVISION NEW YORK) | Makeup – Loni Baur (New York: ArtList, Paris: ArtList Paris) | Model – Anna Mila Guyenz

Looking for Love

In the latest issue of Vogue Australia, rising Oz star Charlee Fraser roams the New York streets “looking for love” in all the wrong places. Sebastian Kim captures the 80s stylized fare for the tome from down under with stylist Natasha Royt providing a glamorous crimson assist. High octane beauty from Peter Gray, Benjamin Puckey, and Casey Herman brings the best of the flashy decade with feathered hair, full face makeup, and little red corvette tips. How’s that for a flashback?

Check out an exclusive glimpse at the story and be sure to pick up the new Vogue Australia issue on newsstands today!

Photography – Sebastian Kim (Management + Artists)
Styling – Natasha Royt (Art + Commerce)
Hair – Peter Gray (Home Agency) | Make up – Benjamin Puckey (Bryant Artists)
Nails – Casey Herman (The Wall Group) | Set design – Bette Adams
Model – Charlee Fraser
Song “Looking for Love” – Chromatics

Jordan Barrett Plays George Michael

2016 was a year of many celebrity deaths, and the latest issue of GQ Style pays tribute to one of the legends that we lost with a limited-edition cover starring Jordan Barrett as the musical icon George Michael. Photographed by Giampaolo Sgura (Chris Boals Artists CBA) and styled by Luke Day (Jed Root) in Coach, Barrett channels Michael’s famous style, from the swooping coif to the leather jeans to the dangling cross earring. Accompanying the feature, many people from the fashion world—from Camilla Nickerson, who styled the “Freedom! ’90” video, to Katherine Hamnett, who created the “Choose Life” t-shirt he made famous—also pay tribute to the late singer with their memories. Available starting today in a very limited run exclusively at the Condé Nast Worldwide News shop in London’s Hanover Square, Barrett’s cover pays homage to someone who reshaped pop music, much as Travis Scott, who fronts the worldwide edition of the new issue, is doing with rap today.

Take an exclusive first look below.