Posts featuring makeup_hair Val Garland

Rianne Van Rompaey Embraces “Venetian Fantasy" Vogue Paris

Rianne Van Rompaey goes a ‘la MODE À VENISE in the “Venetian Fantasy” by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris, November 2017. The culture of Venetian inhabitants are played out in the characteristics of the city. This “Floating City” or “City of Canals” as it’s known, is as spirited as it is secretive. Alive with a kind a vibe that allow…

Tessa Kuragi's Body Becomes Live Art in "Metamorphosis"

Tessa Kuragi uses the body as a palate and avant-garde beauty as the brush, in “Metamorphosis” by Sølve Sundsbø for Beauty Papers Magazine, F/W 2017. An Ode to Etiquette unleashes the beauty beast, as the bends of her body break through the mysteries of the skin. Like a model in waiting, she stands for public viewings taking a variety of poetic poses. Capturing the concep…

Maartje Verhoef Brings Bold 80's Inspired Beauty Back!

Maartje Verhoef is amped up and ready to go in ‘Fully Charged’ by Charlotte Wales for Vogue UK, 03/17. It’s not often that we come across an editorial with four images that feel full. Here we have a story bursting at the seems, signalling the succulence of Spring coming our way. This season we have art and excess barreling toward each other at the speed of light. And, while that …

Beauty Beckons as Art Awakes Floral Transformation, Vogue It

Sophia Linnewedel, Marina Nery, Anett Oun & Nika Fejes in “Healing. Restore Body, Mind & Soul” by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia, November 2016. Beauty beckons as art awakes in this exquisite land where transformation takes place. Nestled in the Andean jungle at the Amazon edge – Amaru Spirit – embraces the rich culture of the Peruvian peoples. M…

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 l…

Guinevere Van Seenus 10 for Erdem by Sølve Sundsbø

Guinevere Van Seenus mimics the wonder of Erdem in this archival presentation photographed by Sølve Sundsbø. This collective celebrates 10 years in fashion, with a Limited Edition 200 page book Designed by Studio Frith & Produced by Smythson. A sense of connection forms as Guinevere moves past mere model and becomes the maker’s muse. Sara Moralioglu honors her brother&#…

Moody Mist of Mourning Light 'Rebel Riders' by Tim Walker.

Anna Cleveland, Christina Carey, Erin O’Connor and Jamie Bochert ride the moody mist of mourning light in ‘Rebel Riders’ by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, 12/15. A foursome of fearsome females make their way across the countryside, in one of the most exquisite editorials ever produced. Fluid imagery plays off the page like a silent movie set to project. Jacob K delivers an ode …

Cate Blanchett Finds Herself On Far side of Moon in W Magazine

Cate Blanchett finds herself on the far side of the moon in “A Rose Without Thorns” by Tim Walker for W Magazine, December 2015. All the Worlds a Stage and All the Men and Women Merely Players. An impersonator of truth, Cate invites us to view otherworldly beauty. Finding herself on the surface of the moon, she flies high in this atmospheric phenomenon that perils possibility. Styl…

"The Spy Who Loved Me" Tale of Tempting Titillation, Vogue Uk

Léa Seydoux plays both sides in ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ captured by Craig McDean for Vogue Uk, Nov. 2015. Sit back and let this talented French thespian take us on a trip to another world. Bilateral-Beauty allows us to see this character’s ferocity through the lens of duality. Ensuring that we never know which side is real, this diametrical blend proves to be a delicious …

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 flouri…

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’…

Natasha Poly Finds Ferocity of the Female Spirit in Vogue Paris

Natasha Poly & Lily Aldridge are ‘Born to be Wild’ shot by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris. Embracing the history of womankind this story takes us back to our beginnings. Bodies become one as they crawl through caves dressed in desert fare. Editor-n-Chief, Emmanuelle Alt, fashions a selection of fabulous finery, as we celebrate the fire of the female spirit. Exotic elem…