Dance Revolution

Arabesque poses and grande leaps take center stage in the latest advertisement for Valentino. Shot by Steven Meisel, muses Jamie Bochert, Julia Nobis, Karen Elson, & Katlin Aas star as a long-legged ensemble as they take on quite fanciful choreography in beautiful gossamer creations. With nary a barre in sight, the models strike poses amongst geometric pillars and climb ropes and rings fit for an Olympic gymnast. Styled by Karl Templer with Guido Palau and Pat McGrath rounding up the beauty, the campaign continues the tradition of unexpectedly refreshing visuals from the Roman house.

Photographer – Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce)
Stylist – Karl Templer (Streeters London) | Hair – Guido Palau (Art + Commerce) | Casting Larissa Gunn
Makeup – Pat McGrath (Streeters London) | Models – Jamie Bochert, Julia Nobis, Karen Elson, & Katlin Aas






Veni, Vidi, Vogue Italia

Steven Meisel looks to the stars for the latest edition of Vogue Italia, movie stars that is! Italy’s own ranking beauty Vittoria Ceretti plays captivating cover muse as she’s transformed to a seductive siren of the past. As one of the glamour superpowers of the world, the ‘Made In Italy’ quality stamp runs true in Olivier Rizzo‘s selects from Valentino, Versace, Prada, & Alberta Ferretti. Vittoria, as never before seen, assumes her role in the silver-screen portraiture donning a chic pettinatura and pop of salmon color to the lips.

So You Want Glamour? You’ve got it! See Vittoria sparkle in the full spectacular cover story here.

Text by Derrick Gaitér

Photographer – Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) | Models – Vittoria Ceretti, Roberto Sipos, RJ King, Kisa Cheban, Garrett Neff & Natalie Westling | Stylist – Olivier Rizzo | Hair – Guido Palau (Art + Commerce) | Make-Up – Pat McGrath (Streeters London)






The Lovely Excess

Where others dial down, Novembre Magazine dials up, way up. The publication, known for its uninhibited, exaggerated beauty-centric pages, injects its audacious vision into their latest issue, out now. Its contributors like the magazine’s creative director Florence Tetier or makeup’s latest Wunderkind Isamaya French make certain to meld the abstract and over the top while adding levity to the often too-serious fashion perspective. All questioning the questionable, toying with application, color and what’s acceptable. See a preview of the issue below.


Lotte Van Noort and Elena Veleckaite by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Victoire Simonney (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Hair Yuji Okuda (AGENCE SAINT GERMAN) | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench (Streeters London)


Sasha Melnychuk by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury  | Hair Gilles Degivry (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Makeup Satoko Watanabe



Sasha Melnychuk and Clara Fosset by Camille Vivier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury | Hair Charlie Le Mindu | Makeup Satoko Watanabe



Lotte Van Noort and Elena Veleckaite by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Victoire Simonney (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Hair Yuji Okuda (AGENCE SAINT GERMAN) | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench (Streeters London)


Rémi by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Bérenger Pelc | Hair Kazhiro Naka | Makeup Satoko Watanabe




Mari and Erin Mommsen by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury | Hair Gilles Degivry (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) and Kazhiro Naka on Erin | Makeup Satoko Watanabe


Hanna Hansen by Georgia Pendlebury | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury | Hair Roku Roppongi (Saint Luke Artist Management) | Makeup Daniela Koller


Lara Verheijden by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury | Hair Gilles Degivry (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Makeup Satoko Watanabe


La Wenedikter by Georgia Pendlebury | Stylist Georgia Pendlebury | Hair Gilles Degivry (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Makeup Isamaya Ffrench (Streeters London)



Adeline Jouan by Nicolas Coulomb and Florence Tetier | Stylist Morgane Nicolas and Bérenger Pelc | Hair Yuji Okuda (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) | Makeup Kate Mur


Set Sail

A nautical oasis comes to the fashion shores of Vogue Japan‘s latest issue courtesy of photographer Emma Summerton. Binx Walton fully embodies her sailor role with a beautiful pickings from Gucci, Givenchy, and Louis Vuitton by styling phenom Giovanna Battaglia. The beauty look is full speed ahead as hairstylist Tamara Mcnaughton makes smooth finger waves and Dick Page accentuates with a sultry smoky eye and sea-kissed skin.

Take a peak at some of the visuals below.

Photographer – Emma Summerton (Camilla Lowther Management) | Stylist – Giovanna Battaglia
Hair – Tamara Mcnaughton (Streeters New York) | Makeup – Dick Page (Jed Root) | Manicurist – Yuko Tsuchihashi
Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY) | Model – Binx Walton




The Rise and Rise of Rianne

Unstoppable Rianne van Rompaey‘s latest haul of most favorable bookings secures her place in the sun. The seemingly ubiquitous Dutch model with a taste for blue-chip brands stars in Fall/Winter campaigns for Prada, Coach, Bottega Veneta, BOSS and Louis Vuitton, following her Spring/Summer Louis Vuitton and Coach campaigns. A slew of editorial highlights, most notably her March Vogue Italia cover, serve as the proverbial cherry on top. Between that freckled facade, sophisticated silhouette and titian hair it’s easy to see why designers and photographers alike have been head over heels. Barring the collapse of the fashion world, Miss Rompaey has solidified her position as a mainstay muse.


Bottega Veneta by Viviane Sassen (We Folk) | Designer Tomas Maier

Coach by Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) | Designer Stuart Vevers | Stylist Karl Templer (Streeters London)

Prada by Steven Meisel (Art + Commerce) | Designer Miuccia Prada | Stylist Olivier Rizzo

Hugo Boss by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matador | Designer Jason Wu | Stylist Joe McKenna (Art Partner)

Louis Vuitton by Bruce Weber | Designer Nicolas Ghesquière | Stylist Marie-Amélie Sauvé (Art + Commerce)