Family Time with Cedric Buchet and Vanina Sorrenti

Family comes first in the latest issue of The Fall magazine, with a special feature starring photographers and longtime couple Cedric Buchet and Vanina Sorrenti along with their daughter Lennon Buchet-Sorrenti—who takes her turn behind the camera as well—all styled by Julie Ragolia. “The best thing you can have in life is a close relationship with your family,” says Buchet-Sorrenti, who gets close to her parents in this personal, intimate story, offering a rejection of so much of the falsity and surface flash in the industry in favor of something honest and true.

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

Fran Summers Gets Surreal for Interview Mag


Photographer – Craig McDean | Stylist – Karl Templer | Model – Fran Summers | Makeup – Diane Kendal | Hair – Shay Ashual | Set – Gerard Santos

Surreal gets sultry in this visually graphic drop for Interview Magazine shot by photo master Craig McDean. British babe and newly minted Hot-Lister, Fran Summers searches for her twin as she’s slyly doubled, sometimes quadrupled, all while shining through topsy-turvy props and rocking high-octane couture creations from Iris van Herpen, Viktor & Rolf, and Alexandre Vauthier. Signature coif intact, hair and makeup team Shay Ashual and Diane Kendal sculpt Summers into a painterly rendition that’s one part contour, another chiaroscuro.

See more of the editorial below and be sure to pick up the latest issue of Interview on stands now!

Dazed drops a special edition cover with Anok Yai

Look here: a special edition cover starring Prada-opener Anok Yai making good use of her extraordinary looks for Dazed Magazine. Like the rest of the issue, it’s good stuff, this one is in particular, editorially titled ‘Anok Rock’, is photographed by Brianna Capozzi and styled by Emma Wyman if you couldn’t already tell. Preview the big images below courtesy of the people behind Dazed or peek the whole thing in the back end.

Anok Yai by Brianna Capozzi | Stylist Emma Wyman | Hair Tamara Mcnaughton | Makeup Yumi Lee

April Showers Bring Vogue China’s May Flowers

Rain, rain, go away. As the sun finally (!!!) shines through, so does a new crop of Spring covers from Vogue China from the eyes of Sølve Sundsbø. Model nymph Sara Grace Wallerstedt nabs a cover for herself and some impressive flora-heavy styling from Katie Shillingford to boot in covetable looks from Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, and Moschino. The freckled Top-50 Texan matches the marshy terrain with a rain-ready beauty look of dewy, luminescent skin, pink-tinged lids and lips with heavy parted hair from Martin Cullen and Hiromi Ueda.

Take a peek at the editorial below.

Photographer – Sølve Sundsbø
Stylist – Katie Shillingford | Model – Sara Grace Wallerstedt
Hair – Martin Cullen | Makeup – Hiromi Ueda
Nails – Chisato Yamamoto | Set Design – Robbie Doig

Vogue’s Moving “Heavenly Bodies”


Photographer – Philip Lorca di Corcia | Fashion Editor – Phyllis Posnick | Hair Julien d’Ys | Makeup – Diane Kendal | Manicure – Jin Soon Choi | Set Design – Andrea Stanley | Models – Edie Campbell, Mayowa Nicholas, Rianne Van Rompaey, and Vittoria Ceretti

The prayers of fashion devotees have been answered as the Metropolitan Museum of Art starts preparation for its annual spectacle and fundraising gala, The Met Ball. Hosted this year by Rihanna, Amal Clooney, and Donatella Versace the top players in fashion, media, sports and Hollywood will descend on the first Monday in May to view the latest exhibition theme “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” hopefully in saintly appropriate wares. Media partner American Vogue puts fashion in the context of religion in its May pages with top models Edie Campbell, Mayowa Nicholas, Rianne Van Rompaey, and Vittoria Ceretti inspiring devotion as celestial muses. Phyllis Posnick gets divine access to ornamental archive pieces from Dior, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga, and Christian Lacroix.

To see the whole story, check out the May issue of Vogue.