Posts in the Editorials Category

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Kate Moss Sinks Into a Smile in "Wild Fun" Laugh Issue

Kate Moss sinks into a smile in “Wild Fun” by Mario Testino for Vogue Italia, 02/16. Maestro Mario creates an issue dedicated to the art of the Laugh, as Soloist – Erik Underwood (The Royal Ballet), plays her partner. All these years later and Moss in Motion still satisfies. A cause/effect so intrinsic to try and understand is like catching moving water. You might feel the sweetness drip onto your fingers, but eventually it will fall right through your hands. 

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Edie & Olympia Show Us Some Sisterly Love "Campbell's Coup"

Edie Campbell & Olympia Campbell give us some DNA PDA in “Campbell’s Coup” by Mario Testino for Vogue UK, March 2016. Sisters show us how it’s done, with genetic super powers that project the fire of the familial bond. Lucinda Chambers keeps things playful with red, black & white pieces that take this story on the run. The art of fashion erupts as styles look more like costumes than couture. 

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Daphne Groeneveld is "Fantastic in Plastic" for Vogue Japan

Daphne Groeneveld is slippery when wet in “Fantastic in Plastic” by Giampaolo Sgura, Vogue Japan, March 2016. Daphne dares to go semi-bare in this exquisite editorial designed to delight. Anna Dello Russo invites the see-thru styling of Moschino to bring forth forward fashion. Clear Couture makes its way wrapped up in plastique designs that say… Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly.  

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Daria Strokous Feels the Beat of the Street "In Our City"

Daria Strokous feels the beat of the street in “In Our City” by Mari Sarai for Harper’s Bazaar Russia, February 2016. Flashes of neon erupt as the decade of decadence is depicted. The city never sleeps, in this disco enriched editorial that looks back to see ahead. The urban jungle aroma is so paralyzingly potent we can almost smell the scent billowing past the page. Wearing a daring array of black & white, Daria does Helmut Newton proud with sleek styles that speak 70’s chic. 

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Travel the Virtual World Hot from Space Stage in Vogue Japan

Jean Campbell, Rianne van Rompaey, Kirin Dejonckheere, Teddy Quinlivan and Julia Merkelbach invites us into the orbital arena in “Moon Dance” by Juergen Teller for Vogue Japan. “A super-stylish heroine travels the virtual world, in this role-playing game that takes place on space stage.” Stylist, Marie-Amélie Sauvé, blends the look of luxury with the strong feel of leather, as Louis Vuitton makes its mark with designs that speak to another era. 

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Aline Weber Redefines The Art of Masquerade in "Cyber Girl"

Aline Weber goes undercover in “Cyber Girl” by Ben Morris for Elle Russia, February 2016. Weber redefines the art of masquerade with outfits that allow her to morph into many forms. Shifting in spirit, this story takes us through dimensions by using fashion as a means of disguise. Silk and lace steal the show as beaded gems lay over the body and black lace comes in from behind. The art of noir hits the streets, from a tiny bikini worn under a knit mini to a skintight suit with see through panels. 

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Rozanne Verduin Takes Dizzying Decades Ride in Vogue Portugal

Rozanne Verduin takes us on a ride through the decades in “Neorromantismo” by Frederico Martins for Vogue Portugal, February 2016. Defining lines set the stage by giving us a crash course in creative couture. Stylist, Paulo Macedo, mixes a wild array of dizzying designs with avant-garde upgrades from looks that include Chanel, Valentino, Miu Miu and Gucci. Graphic display gets us psyched for the 60’s, with showstopping pants sprinkled with stars. 

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Theatre of Strange Sets Things Off by Steven Klein Vogue It.

Steven Klein goes into the fashion fray for Vogue Italia, January 2016. Drama defines the scene as we find ourselves gathered in the house of Haute Couture. High octane artistry never felt so complete as the influence of intensity invites us inside. Stylist, Patti Wilson, gathers a troupe of avant-garde players in this time-honored tradition of open theatre. Haute fashion finds a new home as conceptual couture inspires costumed creation. 

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Steven Meisel Delivers Rich Mix of Vintage & Modern in Vogue Italia

Julia Garner delivers a delicious mix of vintage and modern in “Girls & Boys” shot by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, January 2016. An ode to the art of the exquisite, Meisel dares to rediscover our roots, as he delves right in with powerful pictures that speak. Each image is thick with rich depictions of the past while keeping us on a trajectory towards tomorrow. Olivier Rizzo gives a tour de force of fashion with styles that fall over the body like prose of poetry. 

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Sølve Sundsbø Invites Us to Gucci's Alternate Universe in Vogue It.

Marjan Jonkman invites us into an alternate universe in “So Cool” by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia, January 2016. Gucci observes the uniqueness of their glass-wear attire, with Marjan decked out in divine designs by Alessandro Michele. Through the eyes of imagination richness takes hold as art inspires truth to unfold. Color collides with creative intention as we hop on this ride of visual invention. 

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Cindy, Naomi & Claudia Make Their Way Home, Balmain

Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell & Claudia Schiffer deliver Super-Model status shot by Steven Klein for Balmain, S/S 2016. Olivier Rousteing comes home in this exquisite editorial that brings the art back to beauty. Honoring these 90’s models for what they brought to the business is one thing, but to really see these stars for what they are is utterly enticing. There has been a distinct departure helping us to see what has made these women stand out. 

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Kendall Jenner Plays Wild Party Bunny in "Rave Fashion"

Kendall Jenner flies high in “Rave Fashion” by Russell James for Vogue Brazil, January 2016. A new kind of crazy awaits as Kendall captures this Cuca Fresca cover story. Party peril takes hold as she plays a cool girl enraptured by the movement of youth. Set aside the mind-altering effects of such visual stimulation, and let this event bring your body to a state of pure bliss. The club clique makes way for a festival of play in this fête à la high fashion.