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.

HERO Magazine Celebrates the New and Undiscovered

British menswear biannual HERO Magazine celebrates the next generation of talent in a new issue with two rising actors, Love, Simon’s Nick Robinson and Beach Rats’ Harris Dickinson, lensed by Hedi Slimane on the covers. Inside, the issue explores the new and undiscovered, from young musicians and Clare Waight Keller‘s latest men’s collection for Givenchy to Danielle Levitt‘s study of high school hockey teams in New Jersey. Co-editor-in-chief Fabien Kruszelnicki captures Kris Van Assche‘s final turn at Dior Homme on Will Wadhams while Jack Pierson and Paul Sinclaire take a look back at art school style. The issue is, as ever, a vibrant introduction to the season, offering variety and surprises in every direction.

Take a first look at the new issue below.


Nick Robinson | Photographer – Hedi Slimane


Harris Dickinson | Photographer – Hedi Slimane


Dan Kling | Photographer – Sean Alexander Geraghty | Stylist – Ben Schofield


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Stylist – Gary Armstrong


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Stylist – Gary Armstrong


Photographer – Danielle Levitt | Stylist – Gary Armstrong


George Jones at Wilhelmina London | Photographer – Daniyel Lowden | Stylist – Ben Schofield


Will Wadhams | Photographer and stylist – Fabien Kruszelnicki


Phoenix Blu at IMG London | Photographer and stylist – Fabien Kruszelnicki


Dumb Fucks | Photographer – Harry Eelman


Dylan Roques | Photographer – Max Vigato | Stylist – Laetitia Paul


Photographer – Hugh Lippe | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Hyukoh | Photographer – Sam Nixon | Stylist – Kim Yeyoung


Gideon Yendell | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Photographer – Kim Jakobsen To | Stylist – Hamish Wirgman


John Swiatek | Photographer – Mat + Kat | Stylist – Cece Liu


Izzy and Isaac Costley at Wilhelmina London, Daniel Wass and Sol at Select Model Management (London), and Leo B at d1 Model Management (London) | Photographer – Paolo Zerbini | Stylist – Erik Raynal


Izzy and Isaac Costley at Wilhelmina London, Daniel Wass and Sol at Select Model Management (London), and Leo B at d1 Model Management (London) | Photographer – Paolo Zerbini | Stylist – Erik Raynal

Exclusive: Each and every one of the new Document covers and inside too

Document Journal called on fashion’s starting lineup for their latest covers, seven-fold for Spring/Summer 2018. Its decorated front-facing contributors are the likes of Hedi Slimane, Mario Sorrenti, Craig McDean, Grace Coddington, Sarah Richardson and more (see all below). There isn’t anybody that isn’t somebody or about to be. For example models’ models Mica Argañaraz and Rianne Van Rompaey take one each, and so do very-up-and-comers Adut Akech, Bente Oort and Jana Julius, plus a cover by multimedia artist Lorna Simpson and French literary star Édouard Louis. It’s the publication’s most many-paged issue yet. It’s really really large at 600 pages (Slimane shot 60, Sorrenti 40, Willy and Olivier 40…) Cover to back there are inside editorials by Arnaud Lajeunie, Theo Sion, Stef Mitchell and of course more, plus conversations with luminaries like Black Lives Matter founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors​, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist​, an interview between Kris Van Assche and Yoann Lemoine​, so on. Preview the comprehensive issue exclusively here.

Images courtesy of Document Journal


Rianne Van Rompaey by Craig McDean | Stylist Grace Coddington | Hair Anthony Turner | Makeup Mark Carrasquillo

Adut Akech by Mario Sorrenti | Stylist Sarah Richardson | Hair Recine | Makeup Kanako Takase

Dots by Lorna Simpson

Mica Argañaraz by Willy Vanderperre | Stylist Olivier Rizzo | Hair Anthony Turner | Makeup Lynsey Alexander

Edouard Louis by Alasdair McLellan | Groomer Marielle Loubet

Jana Julius by Hedi Slimane | Stylist Sarah Richardson | Hair Esther Langham | Makeup Mark Carrasquillo

Bente Oort by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah Richardson | Hair Neil Moodie | Makeup Petros Petrohilos


Rianne Van Rompaey and Saffron Vadher by Craig McDean | Stylist Grace Coddington


Adut Akech, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Mad Manning, Maeva Nikita Giani, Dorit Revelis and Fisher Smith by Mario Sorrenti | Stylist Sarah Richardson


Mica Argañaraz, Alec Pollentier, Daan Duez, Luca Lemaire, Julian Scheffer, Victor Vignon and Ewan Murray by Willy Vanderperre | Stylist Olivier Rizzo


Jana Julius by Hedi Slimane | Stylist Sarah Richardson


Bente Oort by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Manami Kinoshita by Stef Mitchell | Stylist Sarah Richardson


Malick Bodian, George Jones, Henry Rausch, Hannah Motler by Arnaud Lajeunie | Stylist Anders Solvsten Thomsen


Chu Wong by Jeremy Everett | Stylist Jodie Barnes


Ilya Vermeulen, Juliette Feat, Iris Dubois, Evelyn Nagy by Sam Rock | Stylist Camille Bidault Waddington

Toni Bagley by Tom Ordoyno | Stylist Gary David Moore


Gisele Fox by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Robbie Spencer

Re-Edition is very, very serious about not being too serious

The try-anything, paper-playground for contributors like Harley Weir, Juergen Teller, Johnny Dufort and more–to be fair they’d probably do it anyway, but here it’s in Re-Edition Magazine and unlike anything else. It makes loads of sense then that the covers read ‘You have your way I have my way’. We like Antwerp-based Re-Edition’s way of doing things. Scan its insides for a liberal measure of droll, fashion-forward photography. Even sometimes freaky. Other contributors inside: Lotta Volkova, Talia Chetrit, Jodie Barnes, and on and on. It’s a big score. Scroll below to preview the issue – #9 – Spring/Summer 2018.

Images courtesy of Re-Edition Magazine


Sonya by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Chloe Sevigny by Juergen Teller


Elsa Sjokvist, Asta Stensson, Jarno at Johnny Dufort | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Kris Grikaite by Collier Schorr | Stylist Vanessa Reid


Ansley Gulielmi by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Jodie Barnes


Karolin Wolter by Dan Giuliani | Stylist Mauricio Nardi


Eliza Douglas by Pieter Hugo | Stylist Jo Barker


Sonya by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Sarah Brown, Chloe Sevigny and Vivienne Westwood by Juergen Teller


Amandine Renard, Sveta Black, Elsa Sjokvist, Asta Stensson, Jarno at Johnny Dufort | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Jonas Glöer and Kris Grikaite by Collier Schorr | Stylist Vanessa Reid