Posts in the Editorials Category


Gabby Westbrook Turns Garb of Gory into Gorgeous

Gabby Westbrook turns the garb of gory into gorgeous in ‘Bling & Beauty’ by Pawel Pysz for Interview Germany, November 2014. The Sisters of Mercy ask for forgiveness as the sins of seduction shine on. Settling into the season, (Stylist) Newheart Ohanian turns up the heat with Alexis Bittar, Cornelia WebbDolce & GabbanaHervé LégerSimone Rocha and Tom Binns

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Alessandra Ambrosio "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" in Lui

Alessandra Ambrosio gives us a groovy version of Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! by Liz Collins for Lui, November 2014. The 70’s speaks, as Ambrosio gets all choked up playing a body-con babe in roller disco gear. Luring us in without being lewd, she knows how to show skin while still capturing the cute. Stylist, Anna Schiffel, devours vintage decadence with fashions that dig deep into the decade. 

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Natasha Poly Plays a Sirens Song 'La Pirate' Inez & Vinoodh, Vogue Paris

Natasha Poly plays a siren’s song of seduction in ‘La Pirate’ shot by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris, November 2014. Fierce fashions lure us in as Poly falls somewhere between femme-fatale and sea-siren. Editor-in-Chief, Emmanuelle Alt, lets the fur fly free in Alexander McQueen, Blumarine, Céline, Chloé, Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, GucciMarni, Miu Miu, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli & Stella McCartney

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Anja Rubik Settles into Herself in 'Being Anja' for Flair

Anja Rubik settles into herself in ‘Being Anja’ by Collier Schorr for Flair Magazine #13, November -14. Slinking through each shot, Rubik embraces the story like a panther previewing it’s prey. The power of passion comes through the page as she dominates each frame with feline like ferocity. Stylist, Sissy Vian, lets freedom run with unisex fashions that erase the lines between male & female. 

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Tao Okamoto Takes Us Into World of 'Hybrid Glamour'

Tao Okamoto steps into the hyper-real world of ‘Hybrid Glamour’ by Tim Richardson for Computer generated creations take the lead as one stroke sets the story into the future. Breaking the Spacetime Continuum, (Fashion Director) Nicola Formichetti performs at his peak with surreal styles that blend into the binary barrier. Stepping into another dimension, these looks are less about cut-up clothing than a true connection. 


Karlie Kloss & Joan Smalls Honor Era of Super-Models

Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls pay tribute to an era in ‘Ruffled Around the Edges’ by Steven Klein for W Magazine, 11/14. Teetering above the city, these girls know how to show it, with languid limbs that lure us in. Retro revived, (Stylist) Edward Enninful honors a time when, the Models were Super & the Storm was Perfect. Fashion figures with lean looks by AltuzarraAzzedine AlaïaBalmain, Dior, Dolce & GabbanaJason Wu, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Michael KorsNarciso Rodriguez, Ralph Lauren, Valentino & Vera Wang

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Lili Sumner Sinks into a State of Surrealism in Vulture

Lili Sumner sinks into a state of surrealism in ‘Une Fille Andalou’ a story shot by Thomas Goldblum for Vulture Magazine. The intermingling aspects of the universe are unleashed, in this inspired vision of lost love. Set Designer, Jean-Hughes de Chatillon, reflects the rivalry of reality by creating images that celebrate the sounds of silence. The anomaly of artistry unfolds as the lurid nature of life is exposed. 

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Nadja Bender 'Private' by Denis Piel for Muse, F.W 14.15

Nadja Bender embarks on a journey home in ‘Private’ by Denis Piel for Muse Magazine, F.W – 14.15. A private oasis or a prison cell? Bender walks the line in this compelling view of nature versus nurture. Stylist, John Vertin, fuses modern fashion as he dares to take on the art of being alone. Embracing the unmasked, each image portrays a woman fighting her instinct to find something deeper. 

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Karlie Kloss in 'Shape Shift' by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia

Steven Meisel contours the creative in ‘Shape Shift’ a mind-bending piece of material mastery shot for Vogue Italia, October 2014. Each model shows us a new side, with limbs effortlessly layering through the labyrinth of time. An ode to modern art, Meisel captures the profundity of passion with sculpted works of haute-couture. Fashion flows, as Karl Templer creates looks from American Apparel, Calvin Klein CollectionComme des Garçons, Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent & Yohji Yamamoto

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Taylor Marie Hill Captures Beat of the City in 'Oversize'

Taylor Marie Hill captures the beat of the city in ‘Oversize’ shot by Nagi Sakai for Marie Claire Italia, October 2014. Taking a taste of temptation, Taylor hits the streets, in this chic view of modern fashion. The architecture of San Francisco plays backdrop, as the sleek nature of high-end style comes alive. Embracing the art of over-sized dressing, shapes have evolved from big and boxy to a-line and exotic. 

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Frances Coombe Takes 'Time to Dream' Miles Aldridge, Vogue It.

Frances Coombe enters the mind-bending world of Miles Aldridge in ‘Time To Dream’ for Vogue Italia, October 2014. Escaping her earthly confines, Frances becomes part of the art as she travels to a place where dreams can come true. Stylist, Patti Wilson, creates a decadent blend of disconnected images, allowing the expansion of the imagination to shine. The fashion of applique explodes, inviting the hyper-rich colors to tell a story of strength. Isamaya Ffrench brings the beauty of three dimensions to life, as the magic of modern makeup arrives. 

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Bo Don 'Living In Your Own Skin' Ryan Yoon For The GROUND

Bo Don breaks free from convention in ‘Living in your own skin’ shot by Ryan Yoon for The GROUND. Each image captures our imagination with a vivid mix of savage-power and inner-strength. A fight for freedom is to be a contemporary woman aware of your power. Dueling beauty comes to bare in this captivating tale of love and private longings. Using the face as a function of reality, Tadayoshi Honda expresses the drama of acting through the motion of makeup.