Girls Love Testino

With nearly 40 years of bringing the best to fashion readers worldwide, Mario Testino photographs a special April 2017 issue for Vogue Netherlands‘s 5th anniversary. The veteran lensman highlights the bared curves of Dutch supermodels Doutzen Kroes and Lara Stone in this month’s cover story, styled by George Cortina, in satin slingback pumps by the Vetements x Manolo Blahnik collaboration. On this particular passion project Testino tells Models.com, “Dutch models have a kind of beauty that is so relatable – it touches most people. They have a strong look, but at the same time can easily be transformed, making them chameleon-like. On top of everything, they’re such great company and a joy to spend time with!” Advancing into the well, Luna Bijl, Estella Boersma, Imaan Hammam, Daphne Groeneveld, Steffi Soede, and Marjan Jonkman take style downtown in 5 other stories with looks curated by Paul Cavaco, Joe McKenna, Beat Bolliger, and beauty by Christiaan, Val Garland and Charlotte Tilbury. So much fever in this issue has us wishing it was summertime already!

Images courtesy of MARIOTESTINO+

Text by Derrick Gaitér


Kit Butler Is a Hero

When HERO Magazine launched in 2009, Robbie Wadge helped kick off a string of model covers that went on to include major names like Simon Nessman and Arthur Gosse through the years. As the magazine expanded, actors and musicians became more typical fare, but the biannual’s latest issue returns to its roots, with its first model cover since 2012, starring rising star Kit Butler. Shot by co-editor-in-chief Fabien Kruszelnicki and styled by Steve Morriss, Butler takes one of four covers, with an exclusive 32-page accompanying zine tucked inside the magazine. “We wanted to shoot someone who could pull off lots of different characters but still be themselves,” co-editor-in-chief James West says. “Kit has such a great energy and enthusiasm.”

Shot over the course of a week in both London and upstate New York, the feature captures Butler in a variety of guises—sullen punk, dashing gentleman, quirky nerd, boy next door—showcasing all of his sides. “The idea of the different characters was to try and approach a shoot in a different way,” West explains. “Rather than having one specific idea or concept, we wanted to do something eclectic that felt a bit disparate, like a collection of unrelated images gathered from different places in someone’s life or career. Almost like looking at a book about someone.”

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue below.

Photography – Fabien Kruszelnicki (Katy Barker) | Styling – Steve Morriss

First Look: One of a Kind in The Greatest

Italian menswear magazine The Greatest Magazine offers a celebration of the individual for Spring in a new issue full of one-of-a-kind faces. Sol Goss takes the cover in Alessandro Furchino Capria‘s feature styled by Matteo Greco, sharing the inside pages with fellow Brit Willow Barrett. Wai Lin Tse captures Charlie Ayres Taylor in oversized proportions by Ruth Higginbotham, while Thomas Cooksey and Paul Maximilian Schlosser play around with bowling pins, a motorcycle, a ping pong table, and a horse. Christophe Meimoon and Benoit Martinengo riff on checks and stripes in their elegant studio story, and the icon and iconoclast Dries Van Noten—who just celebrated his hundredth show in Paris—sits down for a chat.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue, available now, below.


Sol Goss | Photographer – Alessandro Furchino Capria (New York: 2DM MANAGEMENT, Milan: 2DM MANAGEMENT) | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Lucas Borny at Premium Models (Paris) and Sam Worthen | Photographer – Christophe Meimoon | Stylist – Benoit Martinengo


Federico Spinas, Alpha Dia, and Frederik Kaltoft | Photographer – Massimo Pamparana | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Nick Hadad and Alexiey Barbaro | Photographer – Thomas Goldblum | Stylist – Giovanni Dario Laudicina


King and Arnaud | Photographer – Thomas Cooksey | Stylist – Paul Maximilian Schlosser


Leo Mollet | Photographer – Benjamin Vnuk (New York: Jed Root, Stockholm: LUNDLUND) | Stylist – Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)


Sol Goss and Willow Barrett | Photographer – Alessandro Furchino Capria (New York: 2DM MANAGEMENT, Milan: 2DM MANAGEMENT) | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Pavel Koziy at City Models (Paris) and Georgia Howorth | Photographer – Francesco Brigida | Stylist – Rogelio F. Burgos


Charlie Ayres Taylor | Photographer – Wai Lin Tse (Bird Production) | Stylist – Ruth Higginbotham


Brodie Weir at Models 1 (London) | Photographer – Olgaç Bozalp | Stylist – Jérôme André (Bird Production)

THE GREATEST FASHION FILM #12 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Timur Muharemovic and Eduarda Reis at The Lab Models (Milan) | Director – Jonathan Emma | Stylist – Matteo Greco

Until the End of the World

Txema Yeste lends his elaborate eye for the latest Numéro. Titled “Jusqu’au bout du monde” the visuals conceivably draw from the road film of the same name, “Until the End of the World”. A striking and beautiful Jing Wen, styled by Bernat Buscato, stars as the editorial’s heroine and subject of Txeme’s dreamy and vivid plot. Preview the editorial below and see the entire story in Numéro.

Jing Wen by Txema Yeste | Stylist Bernat Buscato | Hair Stylist Jordi Fontanals | Makeup Artist William Bartel (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList) | Set Design Christina Ramos

Belle de Jour

As anticipation for warmer weather buds from what was quite a merciful winter season, the first notes of springtime ring courtesy of Love Want Magazine. Issue 12 fronts beaut Karlie Kloss with her signature foxish gaze, one of many wonders captured by Bec Parsons: Hannah Bennett, Lily Nova, and the twin sister singing sensation Say Lou Lou all rock out stunning fashion cues by stylists Jessica dos Remedios, Heathermary Jackson, and Meg Gray. Also, contributors Stevie Dance and Nagi Sakai reveal moments of intimacy with industry risers Lameka Fox and Isabella Emmack. What more could you (love)want?

See the exclusive preview of LoveWant 12 on newsstands now.

Text by Derrick Gaitér


Photographer – Bec Parsons | Stylist – Jessica dos Remedios (Chris Boals Artists CBA) | Makeup Sam Addington (Kramer + Kramer) | Model – Karlie Kloss


Photographer – Stevie Dance (Home Agency) | Stylist – Amanda Pham | Model – Lameka Fox

Photographer – Bec Parsons | Stylist – Heathermary Jackson (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA) | Makeup Sam Addington (Kramer + Kramer) | Model – Hannah Bennett

Photographer – Nagi Sakai (De Facto) | Stylist – Catherine Newell-Hanson (Home Agency) | Model – Isabella Emmack

Photographer – Derek Henderson | Stylist – Alex Robertson-Dunlop | Model – Lily Hutchinson

Photographer – Bec Parsons | Stylist – Meg Gray | Miranda + Elktra of Say Lou Lou (Milan: Next Milan, Miami: Next Miami, London: Next London, Los Angeles: Next LA, New York: Next NY, Paris: Next Paris)