Models.com’s 2014 Year in review

Posted by Stephan Moskovic | January 6th, 2015
2014

Bigger! Better! Bolder! Those were the words that defined Models.com in 2014, a year of dramatic changes and exceptional talents. From profiles of some of the industry’s most fascinating creatives, to eye-catching original content 2014 was filled with high points. Fashion legends Ezra Petronio, Odile Gilbert, Charlotte Stockdale, Luigi Murenu, Rankin, and Glen Luchford looked back on their extraordinary careers and provided insight into the industry via must-read interviews. Supermodels Aymeline Valade, Hilary Rhoda, Kirsten Owen featured in larger than life Icons stories, while star stylist Tom Van Dorpe introduced the world to his favorite fresh faces. Editorial stories by Barnaby Roper, Nicola Formichetti, Tim Richardson, Santiago & Mauricio, and more pushed the boundaries of the way fashion is presented on the web and the thrilling KlossFilms-crafted #MDCGrams gave you high fashion fun with the likes of Karlie Kloss, Sean O’Pry and Grace Mahary in under 15 seconds.

Look back on the year’s most loved stories from Asia’s male supermodels (9,600 Facebook likes and counting) to Queen Naomi blowing smoke rings around the competition – there was always something new to enjoy, experience, and inspire this year.

2 Comments to “Models.com’s 2014 Year in review”

  1. KEVIN CHAU says:

    The best highlights are the ones with the best casting, production team & story – Exhibition by Luigi & Iango, Vogue Japan by Luigi & Iango & Cuneyt Akeroglu’s Red Room. But the legendary one goes to none other than Vogue Japan. Sine the casting itself are out of the world, full wiht iconic legends (Vogue Italia Sept 2014 as an exception) What a great timing that it was for September Issue. Plus the fact that it’s Vogue Japan who did it makes it an unexpected surprise. SPLENDID..!

  2. KEVIN CHAU says:

    The best highlights are the ones with the best casting, production team & story – Exhibition by Luigi & Iango, Vogue Japan by Luigi & Iango & Cuneyt Akeroglu’s Red Room. But the legendary one goes to none other than Vogue Japan. Since the casting itself are out of the world, full with iconic legends (Vogue Italia Sept 2014 as an exception) What a great timing that it was for September Issue. Plus the fact that it’s Vogue Japan who did it makes it an unexpected surprise. SPLENDID..!

    *though photography wise, Exhibition easily nailed 2014 – “Magical”.

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