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Coco Rocha by Silja Magg for Glamour Iceland, December/January 2016-2017

Coco Rocha travels through the baron but beautiful Icelandic coast by Silja Magg for Glamour Iceland. She commits to every movement like pieces of poetic intention. We feel the fluid motion of her being experienced through her bodily connection. Coco creates the first ever coherent collusion. By giving herself over to the process, her soul succumbs to the innovative spirit of Iceland. Long limbs stretch out as she showcases the sinuous steps of her graceful lines ~ lithe and supple ~ we bare witness the limber specs of her balletic form.  


“Rave Girls Rule” by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Japan, February 2017

A mystic essence fills the aire inviting an edict of change in “Rave Girls Rule” shot by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Japan, 02/2017. Bold females feel the fuel as sister hijinks set this story to cool. Empowerment unites, forging a pathway for feminine energy to be exposed. Pictures mix mayhem with modern-day couture celebrating model-of-the-moment, Imaan Hammam. Dynamic wares dare to get things done, as laid back leisure mixes with high end fun. 


Amanda Wellsh in “Underground” by An Le for Vogue Portugal, January 2017

Amanda Wellsh takes us on a train ride through the mind, in “Underground” shot by An Le for Vogue Portugal, 01/2017. The art of tomorrow is here today in this exquisite story set to space. Cutting-edge ideas create a visual masterpiece with shots that symbolize the spirit of unity. Imagery injects a sense of inspiration, making us believe we are seeing moving pictures. Future fashion has arrived as the past and future dare to collide. 


Vanity Fair Italia

Milla Jovovich embraces the season in elevated style by Ellen von Unwerth shot for Vanity Fair Italia, 12/2016. The Milla Magic has arrived with evocative imagery that uncovers her inner provocateur. A seething array of artistic display, Unwerth delivers high design with symbolic looks that live right on the edge. Vigor and verve are vested through the stamina of spirit, as intensity works its way through the enterprise of initiative. 


Lindsey Wixson in “Bouquet of Flowers” by Richard Burbridge for Vogue Russia, January 2017

Lindsey Wixson mimics floral beauty as she basks in a “Bouquet of Flowers” by Richard Burbridge for Vogue Russia, September ’17. Auspicious yearnings of tomorrow are found in the cradled optimism of today. Curves catapult us into another dimension with lips that switch from pink to orange. Burbridge brings a flap that functions as a see-thru accessory, lined with silver. While the brim goes beyond the trim, with white netting pulled down over the eyes. 


Grace Elizabeth by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Germany, January 2017

Grace Elizabeth floats free in “H20” by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Germany, January 2017. Drowning in her daydreams she floats upon the lake, as water wades around her in this transient sort of state. Akrans takes us on a ride through our mind’s eye, traveling inside our imagination until our thoughts are set free. “Because rain diminishes sunlight, it creates human emotions that can bring darkness and depression.” However, here we take a new view. 


Vincent Beier in “Fantabulous” by Armin Morbach for Tush Magazine, Fall/Winter 2016

Vincent Beier feels the fire in “Fantabulous” by Armin Morbach for Tush Magazine. Beautiful bones are built in such a way that makes us all but gasp, for here inside this wall-less world is where all hope is masked. Hidden around the corners ~ bent beneath the walls ~ are eyes inside that watch to see the beauty that befalls. For here we meet together, upon this lonesome road, to find a kind of strength that will carry this heavy load. 


Jamilla Hoogenboom in “Sortilèges” by Alice Rosati for Numéro #179 December 2016/January 2017

Jamilla Hoogenboom foretells the future in “Sortilèges” by Alice Rosati for Numéro #179. Bewitching beauty takes hold, as Jamilla makes friends with a beautiful Burmese Python named Banana. Inspired by the magic mojo of modern witchcraft, this fuels the fire of the female spirit. Black doesn’t reflect a turn toward the dark side, rather, it reveals a sense of independence. Silky fabrics open up the mind’s eye, while a mix of the exquisite lures us inside. 


Bella Hadid is ‘Outspoken’ by Nicolas Moore for Paper Magazine, Winter 2016

Bella Hadid revels in the artistry of the unknown in ‘Outspoken‘ by Nicolas Moore for Paper Magazine, Winter ’16. Hadid has settled in the spotlight, where the blinding fury of fast fame has turned her hair to white. Known for her quiet intensity, one wonders if that’s all there is? Simmering under the surface we get the impression there’s much to be found. Depth can be portrayed in many ways. 


Catherine McNeil in ‘Maléfice’ by Jeff Bark for Numéro #179, December/January 2016-17

Catherine McNeil plays her part dark in ‘Maléfice’ by Jeff Bark for Numéro #179. The heart builds as the music swells leaving the sorcery of enchantment to cast its spell. Our heroine finds herself lost in a world of mystic overlay, as we are awakened by the mischievous spirits of Maleficence. Inspired by the surroundings, Bark’s powers reach from the great beyond. High fashion redefines the ideal of noir with black that revels in the unknown.  


Roos Abels in “Mirage” by Txema Yeste for Numéro Magazine #179, December/January 2016-17

Roos Abels teeters on the edge of time in “Mirage” shot by Txema Yeste for Numéro Magazine #179, December/January 16-17. As I sit and wait for love to arrive I feel you waiting on the other side. It’s not often that we see an editorial that’s so rich with unique details and uncommon imagery. Gravity gets a face-lift with images that attract the body to the center of the earth.  


S Moda Magazine

Pat and Anna Cleveland share the stage in “Pat y Anna” by Greg Lotus for S Moda Magazine, 12/16. Too tight to fight, as we find ourselves lost in the bounds of familial bonds. Art exposes the nuance of the scene as the familial bond provides a visual escape. Mother and daughter meld together, while the similarities of the genetic code can not be escaped. Francesca Rinciari captures the lure of each lady without sacrificing their individual style.