August 30, 2012
Playing a mutant-beauty, Emma Stone captures the art of transformation in this cover/editorial by Mikael Jansson for the September 2012 issue of Interview Magazine. Pop-Culture is so saturated with modern celebrities using their image to control the audience, the idea of ‘transformation’ has lost it’s resonance.
August 24, 2012
Calling their Fall/Winter 2012 the ‘Eccentric’ issue, Vs. Magazine has 4 cover options featuring a diverse group of interesting women. By having all four covers go with 1 uniform style, it really illustrates the personal power of each individual, and their ability to stand out in a crowd.
August 21, 2012
Continuing to explore the concept of youthful, Amy Troost gets up close & personal in ‘Hold hands, be free, find the real you,’ for The Just Kids Issue of i-D Magazine. Showing some of this season’s hottest fashions, through the unfiltered eye of youth, we see designs by Meadham Kirchoff, Marc Jacobs, Junya Watanabe, Prada & more in a whole new light.
August 11, 2012
Fall’s obsession with all things patterns & prints has exploded in, ‘Youth in Revolt,’ for the September 2012 issue of Elle Magazine. Serge Leblon looks to the era known for it’s avant-garde sub-cultures & cutting edge fashion, by taking a style page out of the 70′s and applying it to this modern trend.
August 10, 2012
Another day another chance to blow us away with her fashion-morphing skills. Chloe Sevigny embraces her eclectic nature in ‘Naughty Girl’ for the August cover/editorial of Dazed & Confused Korea, shot by Michael Schwartz. The queen of versatility shows us how to go from posh to preppy and back to punk-rock cool, without breaking a sweat for Fall 2012.
August 9, 2012
With a little creative editing, the middle-school anthem, “The bigger the better the brighter the sweater…” is perfect for Fall 2012. Liz Collins explores the clash of couture in, ‘Duck Rock,’ with Vanessa Axente, Maria Bradley & Stella Tennant, for the F/W issue of Love Magazine.
August 3, 2012
Leave it to Terry Richardson to take the notion of ‘Youthful’ and imbue it with qualities that go deeper than looks and age. Challenging our preconceptions of Youth, Richardson asks us to consider the core elements of energy, vitality, invigoration and strength, separate from a number.
August 1, 2012
Cara Delevingne goes Eclectica-Divine in, ‘Notorious’ by Tung Walsh, for the August/September issue of Russh Magazine. Looking like a fashion gypsy who’s been rummaging through Karl Lagerfeld’s vintage chest, or an 80′s party girl, running around collecting avant-garde pieces of random clothing in her secret suitcase, a la’ ‘Desperately Seeking Susan,’ (a great Madonna reference given the black theme & religious iconography).
July 21, 2012
With a flare for the dramatic, Fall Fashion Theater continues, with another presentation dedicated to the high-art of dramatic design. Dressed to the nines, Aymeline Valade goes “Grand Chic” for Sølve Sundsbø in the July issue of Vogue Italia. And in the grand spirit of irreverent matches, she is costumed in period-inspired pieces with modern appeal.
July 17, 2012
Ellen von Unwerth gives us a peak into the divine life of a diva, with Naomi Campbell as the, “Showgirl,” for the #18 issue of Schön Magazine. Donning matching wigs in purple & blue, “The Queen of Mean,” loses her signature attitude and has a little fun with fashion, with a dip into the decadent world of performance art.
July 13, 2012
In a match made in avant-garde heaven, Terry Richardson and Chloë Sevigny combine for Out Magazine’s version of the “Fashion Olympics.” Capturing the “Lady.Killer” in all her stylish glory, Sevigny proves she’s ready for her next gig. Fighting her way as a pre-operative transsexual, she stars as a hit man in the upcoming British series, “Hit & Miss.” Always up for a challenge, only someone with and iron will & talent to match, could go from playing a convicted “Sister Wife,” (in the HBO series “Big Love”), to a pre-op transsexual hit man.
July 5, 2012
Francesco Carrozzini and Katy Perry bring a little high-fashion animation to the pages of Vogue Italia. Wearing a wild combination of wigs, in cotton-candy pink & platinum blond, the singer is transformed into a “Mod Doll” for this modern story, that leaves everything to the imagination.
June 27, 2012
I must confess, I’m a hard core Aldridge-Addict always longing for another fix. Known for his special brand of vigorous-vibrancy, he has taken his place as fashion’s reigning, “King of Pop.” In this brilliant depiction of life inside the fishbowl, Miles Aldridge captures the manic tension of rising celebrity, with British actress, Jessica Brown Findlay.
June 25, 2012
A brilliant fusion of past & present, Vogue Germany performs a Fashion-Resurrection like none I’ve ever seen, in the July 2012 issue. This ‘Future Revival’ is dedicated to honoring the best of the 80′s, in an eclectic-clash of cool. With amped-up intentions, Claudia Knoepfel & Stefan Indlekofer introduce a resurgence of popular looks, that have been deconstructed & re-worked, for a progressive take on the ground-breaking styles.
June 22, 2012
Forget what you’ve heard about a return to curves, Kate Upton brings her Body like Fire to this epic layout for the July issue of Vogue Spain. Tipping the scale at amazing, she has single-handedly redefined the limits of a “full-figure” model.
June 18, 2012
Damon Baker helps S Moda usher in their 16th cover-shoot, with British star, Lily Cole. ’London Calling’ is a fabulously fresh take on updated 60′s-trends, with an underlying theme of Summer Olympics. Playing host to the upcoming 2012 “Games,” Baker mixes current styles with famous British trends, for an over-the-top homage to the style mecca that is London, England.
June 12, 2012
The power of androgynony has always been a style force to be reckoned with, and an integral part of the trend line-up each season. Pau Bertolini and Queeny van der Zandee do a little gender-bending for Alexander Neumann, in the June/July issue of L’Officiel Paris.
June 11, 2012
Cindy Crawford takes her annual editorial pilgrimage to the great outdoors, for the June issue of S Moda Magazine. Opposites meet in this juxtaposed high-fashion shoot by Alan Gelati. These severely structured pieces from – Thierry Mugler, Versace, Alexander Wang and Herver Leger – take on a razor sharp edge set against the rugged terrain.