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Remembering Red Light District 'The Stars of Soho' Gareth Pugh

Gareth Pugh brings us “The Stars of Soho” by Sam Rock for AnOther Magazine’s show within a show. Passion penetrates the scene with this raucous thump of the underground machine. Paying homage to Soho’s infamous Red Light DistrictPugh doesn’t dismiss the seedy side, he revels in the extreme. Truth has a beautiful veneer, by allowing this vision to flourish we are able to fly. 


Kendall Jenner Flows Free 'Cool as Kendall' for Vogue Japan

Kendall Jenner lets fashion flow in ‘Cool as Kendall’ shot by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Japan, November 2015. Kendall covers the Find Your Style issue with a rich combination of cool and couture. No longer a girl, this young woman explores a dynamic shift in change. Leaving behind the days of dressing to impress, this is about the concept of conceptual clothing. The art of appreciation deals more with the history of haute couture than pandering to the posh. 

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Kate Moss Gives Us a Sneak Peak in 'Kate Confidential'

Kate Moss takes us inside in ‘Kate Confidential’ shot by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris. Moments in time are not what they seem, as the artistry of hope is captured in subtle markings of the extreme. To be catapulted into another realm is a fashion feat left for our reining queen (Ms. Moss). Editor-in-Chief, Emmanuelle Alt, interprets those crazy, decadent days with looks from Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci and Alexander McQueen

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Gareth Pugh Stuns Us Senseless Captivating Catwalk S/S 2016

Gareth Pugh transforms the runway into the Streets of Soho, as his genius brings to life the early days of London. In one of the most poignant shows committed to stage, currency of creation is captured in coins lining the catwalk. To simultaneously step back and see forward, that is the mark of true genius. Leigh Bowery’s unique anti-establishment artistry flowed through the show with a neo-punk stamp that spoke to tomorrow. 


Molly Bair Plays Dark Chamber 'Camera Obscura' for Garage

Molly Bair & Suki Waterhouse play to the Dark Chamber in ‘Camera Obscura’ shot by Yvan Fabing for Garage Magazine, Fall 2015. The sartorial art of fusion is captured in the passion of poetry. Lights fall across the body in balletic movement as each piece pays tribute to the concept of creation. Fashion Director, Charlotte Stockdale, brings her unique vision to the page in this exquisitely, intimate editorial designed to defy. 


Lindsey Wixson Shows Many Sides 'Next Best Things' in V

Lindsey Wixson shows us her many sides in ‘Next Best Things’ by Anthony Maule for V #97, Fall ’15. Delving into her delicious flavors, Maule takes us on a roller-coaster of excitement, with images that implore us to explore. By opening our minds, this revives the idea that behind every corner lives the possibility for change. Stylist, Brandon Maxwell, promotes innovation, allowing each shot to show us something new. 

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Molly Bair Bares Her Soul 'Best New Romantics' V Mag

Molly Bair invites us into the realm of the enchanted in ‘Best New Romantics’ captured by Nick Knight for V Magazine, F/W 2015. Bair becomes another being in this story set to Amanda Harlech’s powerful prose. A masterful piece of ethereal majesty, museum worthy imagery ejects a sense of symmetry as we fall into, “The deep currents of obsession”. The inertia of motion shifts through the scene as textiles flow through the air. 


Carine Roitfeld Adjusts Idea of Atypical Beauty CR Fashion Bk

‘Neoclassic’ aims to adjust our ideas of atypical beauty shot by Anthony Maule for CR Fashion Book, Fall/Winter 2015. Editor-in-Chief, Carine Roitfeld, embarks on a journey of discovery introducing us to the French expression, Jolie laide. Used to describe someone who is unconventionally beautiful, this editorial explores that concept with Nina Agdal, Alix Angjeli, Antonia Wilson, Courtney Love, Kris Jenner, Ally Ertel & Ashleigh Good

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Art of Opulence Emerges 'The Shining' Shot by Paolo Roversi

Molly Bair leads the way in ‘The Shining’ a tale told by Paolo Roversi for Vogue UK, September 2015. ‘Autumn’s wickedly decadent opulence merges with a 21st century spin-off of Grandeur Punk’. Molly masters the art of bohemian bejeweled with a simple head-chain, captivating choker and an ornate nose ring. Stylist, Lucinda Chambers, forges a fusion of avant-garde fashions forward by Alexander McQueenErdemGucciLouis VuittonMarc JacobsMichael Kors, Oscar de la RentaSimone Rocha & Vivian Westwood.  


Molly Bair Gets Graphically Enhanced in 'Kaleidoscopic'

Molly Bair breaks through the fourth wall in ‘Kaleidoscopic’ shot by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia. Shiny surfaces reflect a multitude of mayhem as mirrored images bleed into the background. Dynamic endeavors transcend the page as we drive the line between playful & posh. To be covered in costume is one thing, to submerge yourself into another world, now that’s a trip I’d like to take.