Vogue Paris Is Getting Very Sleepy

Fashion can be so tiring! All that jet-setting to different time zones in the name of beauty can make even the most seasoned model a bit sleepy-eyed. Enter photographic twosome Inez and Vinoodh who take to the New York streets to shoot a bunch of sleeping beauties in couture for the pages of Vogue Paris. As models Adwoa Aboah, Alma Jodorowsky, Anja Rubik, Imaan Hammam, Liya Kebede, Rianne Van Rompaey get a bit of shut eye in subways, bookstores and diners, they make sure they fit their surroundings suited up in Chanel, Givenchy, Saint Laurent and much more. What’s better camouflage in the city than crystallized buckles and feathered shoulders?

Take a peek at the editorial below.

Photographers – Inez and Vinoodh
Stylist – Emmanuelle Alt
Hair – Paul Hanlon
Make-Up – Fulvia Farolfi
Models – Adwoa Aboah, Alma Jodorowsky, Anja Rubik, Imaan Hammam, Liya Kebede, Rianne Van Rompaey

Behind the Blinds Uncovers Bodies of Evidence

There is plenty of skin for spring in the latest issue of the Belgian magazine Behind the Blinds, themed around the idea of “Body of Evidence.” Six covers, including Soko by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia, Luc Defont-Saviard by Ruben de Wilde, and Turner Barbur and Julia Cumming by Cameron McCool, help kick off the energetic new issue, which offers a vivid and vibrant exploration of the new season. Dylan Roques hits the country for Zeb Daemen and Gabriella Norberg‘s feature while Aime and Christophe ‘t Kint get lost in a lazy afternoon with Serge Leblon and Michael Marson. Interviews with everyone from artist Tracey Emin to designer Olivier Theyskens celebrate individuality in an issue that ranges from Defont’s dark night with de Wilde and Ferdi Sibbel to Nathan Morgan‘s sun-bleached sojourn to the California desert with Jack Pierson and Paul Sinclaire.

Defont takes on the night in de Wilde’s story with styling

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue below.


Soko | Photographer – Aline & Jacqueline Tappia | Stylist – Lucrezia Mancini


Luc Defont-Saviard | Photographer – Ruben de Wilde | Stylist – Ferdi Sibbel


Aomi Muyock | Photographer – Sofie Middernacht & Maarten Alexander | Stylist – Jason Hughes


Lennon Gallagher | Photographer – Dan Boulton | Stylist – William Barnes


Turner Barbur and Julia Cumming | Photographer – Cameron McCool | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Igor Kolomiyets | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Camiel van Wersch | Photographer – Sean Alexander Geraghty | Stylist – Jason Hughes


Felix Prabitz, Dannisj, and Remco at REBEL MANAGEMENT (Antwerp) | Photographer – Nagib Chtaïb | Stylist – Michael Marson


Tom Dalmulder and Sander Usselstein | Photographer – Jef Jacobs | Stylist – Koen T. Hendriks


Nassia | Photographer – Antonio Mingot | Stylist – Santi Rodriguez


Dylan Roques | Photographer – Zeb Daemen | Stylist – Gabriella Norberg


Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Samuel Rydbacken | Photographer and stylist – Benoit Bethume


Casey Spooner | Photographer – Ricardo Gomes


Aomi Muyock | Photographer – Sofie Middernacht & Maarten Alexander | Stylist – Jason Hughes


Henry Rausch | Photographer – Valentin B. Giacobetti | Stylist – Pauline Collet


Lennon Gallagher | Photographer – Dan Boulton | Stylist – William Barnes


Lois Schalkwijk | Photographer – François Pragnère | Stylist – Nicolas Lecourt Mansion


Luc Defont-Saviard | Photographer – Ruben de Wilde | Stylist – Ferdi Sibbel


Igor Kolomiyets | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Turner Barbur and Julia Cumming | Photographer – Cameron McCool | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov | Photographer – Marco van Rijt | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Christophe ‘t Kint | Photographer – Serge Leblon | Stylist – Michael Marson


Riad Houadef | Artist – Guglielmo Castelli | Photographer – Thomas Cooksey | Stylist – Emil Rebek

Boycott Magazine Celebrates Riccardo Tisci for Nike

In the year between Riccardo Tisci’s departure from Givenchy and his appointment at Burberry earlier this month, the Italian designer has been far from idle. Boycott Magazine’s new issue celebrates one of Tisci’s latest projects, a collaboration for Nike that takes as a starting point the fictional sports team the Victorious Minotaurs, combining athletics and mythology, two of his long-lived passions. In a brash cover story photographed by Pierre et Gilles and styled by Simon Pylyser, a diverse group—including Ralph Souffrant, Connor Newall, Debra Shaw, and Cordula Reyer—models the capsule collection, which riffs on classic Nike iconography with Tisci’s trademark edge.

Take a first look at the feature below.

V Magazine models head home in the latest issue

V Magazine’s latest issue takes its editorial stars back to their roots: Lucky Blue and Pyper America, Zuri Tibby, Sistine Stallone, Lexi Boling and previewed below, Teddy Quinlivan, all give shout-outs to their hometowns where they spent formative days before being international successes. Each respective editorial is shot by a local photographer. Boston-raised Quinlivan was photographed by Henrique Plantikow and gives pull-quote praise to Massachusetts academia by saying, “With such amazing schools like Harvard and MIT, it’s a place where innovation is always happening and new young minds are challenged to discover and create. I believe the new technologies discovered by these young people can revolutionize not just fashion, but our daily lives.” See the exclusive images from the issue here.

Teddy Quinlivan by Henrique Plantikow courtesy of V Magazine.

Eva Gets Cozy with Vogue Poland


Photgrapher – Chris Colls | Stylist – George Cortina | Hair – Oribe | Makeup – Fulvia Farolfi | Nails – Maki Sakamoto | Set – Jesse Kaufmann | Model – Eva Herzigova

Vogue Poland is only one issue in but is quickly becoming the dwellings for the supermodel elite. First Anja and Malgosia graced the cover and now Eva Herzigova has landed her own for the international tome’s second issue for April. Inside the issue she curls up and gets intimate with stellar portraits by Chris Colls and cozy sartorial selections by stylist George Cortina from Brandon Maxwell, Celine, Balenciaga and more. With the right amount of tousled bedhead, the supermodel’s sex appeal simmers throughout the editorial proving the originals do it best.