First Look: Bon

Bon Magazine celebrates home and its many meanings in their latest issue. For its contributors like Carlotta Guerrero, Chad Moore, June Canedo, Driu Crilly & Tiago Martel and Tereza Ortiz home is across the globe and their respective images serve as editorial homage to the fact. Daniel Björk signs off on the issue in his editor’s letter writing, “Maybe I’m a citizen of nowhere, but I prefer to see it differently: that I have many places that I can call home.” Exclusively preview the issue below!

Images courtesy of Bon Magazine


Alejandra Smits and Cassey Chanel by Carlotta Guerrero | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND)


By Kacper Kasprzyk | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND)


By Tandi Reason Dahl


Alejandra Smits and Cassey Chanel by Carlotta Guerrero | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND)


Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND) by Chad Moore | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND)


By June Canedo | Stylist Tess Herbert


Tiffany, Max Roscheck, James Spencer, Cecily, Sam Jordan, Franziska Presche by Driu Crilly & Tiago Martel | Stylist Sara Gilmour (London: D + V Management , New York: D + V Management)


Jaan-Kristiina Alakoski, Sara Boljak, Tahiya Niskala, Elsa Sjokvist, Vanilla Stillefors by Kacper Kasprzyk | Stylist Tereza Ortiz (LUNDLUND)

By Lars Brønseth (New Blood Agency) | Stylist Martin Persson (LUNDLUND)


By Ola Rindal | Stylist Roxane Danset (Print & Contact)

By Zora Sicher | Stylist Taylor McNeill

1999 Now

Flashback. 1999. Alek Wek was busy breaking barriers, Lara Stone entered the Elite Model Look competition, Lily Rose Depp was born and Carine Roitfeld was having a seminal year. To that (and more), Carine dedicates her 11th issue of CR Fashion Book to fashion’s golden year. “To me 1999 was the last moment when fashion felt naïve and innocent and free. 1999 is about a spirit of independence…I think right now a lot of people are looking back to this period of time,” she says. Not a re-issue: Four NEW covers: Stone and Depp by Steven Klein, while Wek and Cara Taylor are photographed by Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner). Plus, CR Men’s issue 5 features never before seen images of Prince also by Steven Klein. All nodding to the nineties. Is 1999 ‘now’ more than ever before? Preview the covers and Lily-Rose Depp’s editorial.

CR FASHION BOOK 11 / CR MEN’S issue 5 hit stands September 7th

Pictures courtesy of CR Fashion Book


Alek Wek by Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)

Cara Taylor by Mario Sorrenti (Art Partner)

Lara Stone by Steven Klein

Prince by Steven Klein

Lily Rose Depp by Steven Klein

Vogue Japan’s Supernovas

As the coveted September titles start to roll out, Vogue Japan is first up presenting one of the megawatt castings of the season. Photographers Luigi & Iango‘s latest effort is a heavy hitting slew of portraits of their modern muses Doutzen Kroes, Joan Smalls, Lara Stone, Natasha Poly, Vittoria Ceretti, and Anna Ewers. As Anna Dello Russo styles them in the best pieces from Balenciaga, Miu Miu, Versace, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Yohji Yamamoto and much, much more, the sirens effortless glam are elevated thanks to the capable hands of Murenu and makeup artist Yumi Lee.

Photography – Luigi & Iango
Fashion Editor – Anna Dello Russo
Hair – Luigi Murenu | Makeup – Yumi Lee (Streeters New York) | Casting – Piergiorgio Del Moro (Exposure NY)

Raf’s Calvin Revolution

After a monumental February debut, Raf Simons unveils his artistic reboot for the new Calvin Klein Fall 2017 campaign. Established muses Julia Nobis, Kiki Willems and Jonas Glöer join Raf’s budding model gang that includes new faces Blesnya Minher, Elibeidy Dani, Luc Defont-Saviard, Dylan Christensen, Lulu, Sara Grace Wallerstedt and more as they set up shop in the arid flats of the Mojave Desert. Shot by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzo the visuals provide Simons’ clear direction for the American staple – youthful, effortless, and proudly diverse.

Designer – Raf Simons | Photographer – Willy Vanderperre (Art + Commerce)
Creative Director – Pieter Mulier | Fashion Stylist – Olivier Rizzo
Casting Director – Ashley Brokaw
Hair – Anthony Turner (London: Streeters London, New York: Streeters New York) | Makeup – Lynsey Alexander (Streeters London)
Models – Blesnya Minher, Dylan Christensen, Elibeidy Dani, Ernesto Cervantes, Fernando Albaladejo, Jared Manhardt, Joel Leon Perreira, Jonas Glöer, Julia Nobis, Kiki Willems, Leila Goldkuhl, Luc Defont-Saviard, Lulu, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Selena Forrest, Tessa Bruinsma, Wangy Xin Yu

A Better World

Parisian label Peet Dullaert‘s latest campaign images are layered with a reverence for the sea that would make Botticelli proud. The ethereal visuals photographed by Robbert Jacobs are transportive to a myth meets fashion world–and also allude to more serious matters at hand: “While beauty prevails, its source for good simultaneously calls for awareness to help protect our oceans and decaying coral reefs in efforts to preserve the magnificent diversity they have harboured for centuries,” says Dullaert continuing, “Together we contribute to a better world.” Even the classical statues, used as a backdrop for the romantically delicate designs, hold more meaning than meets the eye, Dullaert calling them “remnants of an old world” in which the growth of coral is “a symbol for life.” It’s an issue the designer finds pressing, enough to make it a brand mission by setting up “Care For Earth – Plant For The Future”, concerned with protecting the earth’s biosphere. You can be learned more about it here and preview the 2017 campaign below.

Images courtesy of Peet Dullaert

Kaina Mercado, Terence Martino, Issam Haïkouma, Oscar Josselin and Jessica van Leeuwen by Robbert Jacobs | Creative direction Peet Dullaert | Casting MM Casting