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Molly Bair in ‘Kaleidescopic’ by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia, September 2015

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. 

Malgosia Bela Doinbird Cover

Doingbird Magazine

Malgosia Bela gets deep and gets real by Colin Dodgson for Doingbird Magazine No.18. Like a body billboard, Bela wears shirts that say it all. Ascending to the top, she bares the weight of womanhood shown in statements of pride. Stylist, Sara Moonves, asks the art of ferocity to speak with declarative sentences strewn across the chest. Naked faces worn in honor of our fight to be free. Deep thoughts are caught in a chasm of creativity with cosmetics captured in poetic harmony. 

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Madison Stubbington by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia, September 2015

Madison Stubbington radiates under the screaming gleam of luminous lights shot by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia Beauty, September 2015. In one of the most saturated stories of the season, Aldridge invites us to explore the combustible colors of creation. Stylist, Tara Greville goes for a vintage vibe with electrifying fashions that flourish amid the flash. Under the glare of high glamour designs delight from jungle prints to tethered tweeds. 

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Kate Moss in ‘Women of Style’ by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, 09/15

Kate Moss succumbs to a new state in ‘Women of Style’ by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia, September 2015. Walker wields his magic wand as we find ourselves lost in another world. In a rush of fashion must, Moss is outfitted in authentically inspired designs. The art of decadence is learned as the act of defiance is spurned. Torn between who we are and what we should become. Walker dares to breach the walls that separate the past and future. 

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Anna Cleveland & Molly Bair in ‘Haute Couture’ by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia, 09/15

Anna Cleveland & Molly Bair simmer under the heat of ‘Haute Couture’ by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Italia, 09/15. Art ushers in a new era as modernity is made from the vast comings of creative couture. Pictures appear like portraits as Greta VarleseKasia JujeczkaLineisy Montero & Marjan Jonkman wait to be hung. Stylist, Jacob K, pays tribute to the past while honoring the conceptual landscape ahead. 


Kim Kardashian West in ‘No Ordinary Woman’ by Ben Hassett for Violet Grey

Kim Kardashian mimics the majesty of myth and splendor in ‘No Ordinary Woman’ by Ben Hassett for Violet Grey. The memory of Elizabeth Taylor floods the page, with modern images that reflect her role as, The Queen of Ancient Egypt. Cleopatra comes to life as Pat McGrath transforms one of today’s most recognizable stars into a picture of the past. Seeing the face of something unique, our minds are open to the idea transformation. 

Juliette Lewis for No Tofu

Juliette Lewis in ‘She’s All That’ by Zoey Grossman for NO TOFU Magazine, Fall 2015

Juliette Lewis shows us another side in ‘She’s All That’ by Zoey Grossman for NO TOFU Magazine. Baring the body of a Prima ballerina, this beautiful creature proves that age truly is just a number. A viable rock star, a stunning actress and an amazing human being, to me it looks like this girl has just gotten started. Stylist, Anna Katsanis, captures the rapture of couture by redefining the modern muse of dressing.  


Alisa Ahmann in ‘Manhattan Rooftoop’ by Txema Yeste for Numéro, September 2015

Alisa Ahmann blends into the background in ‘Manhattan Rooftop’ by Txema Yeste for Numéro #166, September 2015. Standing in the center of the city her silhouette shrinks against the skyline. Stylist, Elizabeth Sulcer, devours the daylight with shapes so dark they steal the sunshine straight from the sky. Liquid lines languidly drip over the length of her body as leather spills onto to suppleness of her skin. 


A Look a the Cultural Influence of Tim Burton’s Best Characters in Dazed Magazine

Happy Birthday Tim Burton… An in-depth look at the Director and some of his dynamic characters in ‘Borrowed from the Subculture’ for Dazed Magazine. Jessica Cooper celebrates the history of style, while embracing fashion lessons we can learn from his iconic imagery. “From Edward Scissorhands’ leatherwear to Beetlejuice’s signature striped suit, we reflect on the style and wisdom bestowed by the legendary director.” Read Coopers’ titillating look at the history of Burton’s Hot-Couture. 

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10 Magazine

Lindsey Wixson peeks through the looking glass in ‘Square Cut & Pear Cut’ by Donna Trope for 10 Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015. A dizzying mix of decadence and desire, get caught in one of the most intoxicating editorials of the season. Stylist, Sophia Neophitou, lets skin speak with accouterments in the form of Bulgari, Chopard, Chanel, DiorLouis VuittonPiaget, RepossiTiffany & Co. 

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Enly Tammela in ‘A Private Obsession’ by Jamie Nelson for NO TOFU, September 2015

Enly Tammela takes Coco’s advice in ‘A Private Obsession’ captured by Jamie Nelson for NO TOFU. “I don’t care what you think about me, I don’t think about you at all,” this was a woman who lived by her own rules. The status symbol of choice – Chanel – captures our attention with extreme images that embrace the tenants of tactile beauty. The truth unfolds as art explodes in this tale of tyranny and trinkets. 

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Edie Campbell by Inez & Vinoodh for T Style Women’s Fall Fashion 2015

Edie Campbell ‘conjures fashion’s dark side’ in ‘Eclipse’ by Inez & Vinoodh for T Style, Women’s Fall Fashion 2015. Between two worlds the lithe spawning of a sinuous tale is told. Untouched by sunlight, aphotic energy erupts as we explore the sartorial art of nebulous expression. The tenebrous yearnings of dark days night leaves us humbled and sprawled in spite of our plight.