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Anna Cleveland in “Redz” by David Sims for Love Magazine, Spring/Summer 2016

Anna Cleveland fights for light as she rules the night in “Redz” by David Sims for Love Magazine, S/S 2016. Fueled with a kind of fashion fury, Anna invites us inside as she rides into the Red light district. Like an inferno set to blow, the embers of ecstasy combust, leaving the aire dizzy with hits of synthetic fantasia. Olivier Rizzo ventures into the high stakes world of haute couture, as designs ignite in a fiery delight. 

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Leila Goldkuhl in “Plasticity” by Paola Kudacki for Beauty Papers Magazine S/S 2016

Leila Goldkuhl is bound by the beauty of truth in “Plasticity” shot by Paola Kudacki for Beauty Papers Magazine, S/S 2016. What am I covered in… what do I wear… who am being… am I aware. Skin is the house that I live in but empowerment is where I call home. The concept of cosmetic imagery sets forth a fusion of ideas, with pictures that question perfection. Asking us the most powerful inquiry of all – is the nature of beauty all in our heads? 

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Toni Garrn in “Au-Dessous Du Volcan” by Emma Tempest for L’Express Styles, 02/16

Toni Garrn becomes one with the sun, “Au-Dessous Du Volcan” by Emma TempestL’Express Styles, February 2016. Fire hits her feets as Garrn grips the ground, walking in silence the wind is her sound. It plays like a piece from the concerto of dreams, carrying her up for a fait accompli. Turning cries of silence into sadness that screams, Toni gives herself over longing to be free..  

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Fernanda Ly & Greta Varlese are “Trashed” by Roe Ethridge for AnOther Magazine, S/S 2016

Fernanda Ly & Greta Varlese are livin’ in the limelight of life in “Trashed” by Roe Ethridge for AnOther Magazine, S/S 2016. Through the muted air of winter I found my velvet muse, a vibrant light where all was right inside the neon fuse, the aire is filled with a gasp of glow… burning like we’ve never known, riding high unto the sun is where my mind will come undone. Vintage inspired fashions erupt as finery of frockery is displayed. 

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Malgosia Bela by Luigi & Iango for Exhibition Magazine, Spring/Summer 2016

Malgosia Bela invites us inside The Wax Issue by Luigi & Iango for Exhibition Magazine, S/S 2016. Witnessing the birth of true beauty we watch as Bela breaks free from mental tyranny, delivering one of the most important stories of this decade. Obliged by a duty to perform, a woman’s body becomes a picture of indentured servitude. Escaping enslavement, this asks the world to witness our truth.  

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Madison Stubbington in “Scène D’opéra” by Jeff Bark for Numéro #171, March 2016

Madison Stubbington invites us inside as the curtain rises in “Scène D’opéra” by Jeff Bark for Numéro #171, March 2016. Deep in the recesses of the imagination lives a world where all is free. Inspired by the angular style of (sculptor, photographer, graphic designer) Alexander Rodchenko, his perception of “high above or down below” allowed his viewers to postpone recognition. 

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Hana Jirickova by Harri Peccinotti for Purple Fashion, Spring/Summer 2016

Hana Jirickova finds the music in makeup by Harri Peccinotti for Purple Fashion Magazine, S/S 2016. Focusing on the sentient rhythms of the five senses, this story celebrates the beauty of Touch, Sight, Taste, Smell & Sound. The art of perception is portrayed in the nuance of significance, as the sentient overcast is captured in the Fury of Five. The import of excellence is seen in the export of imagination, as awareness is found in the consciousness of creativity. 

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Anna Cleveland in “Of Fish and Flowers” by Julia Hetta for AnOther Magazine, SS 2016

Anna Cleveland stands straight in full flamingo form, “Of Fish and Flowers” by Julia Hetta for AnOther Magazine, S/S 2016. Deep in the recesses of the mind lives a place of sheer wonder. A place where birds do swim and fish do fly through a shining sea on a mountain high. Hetta asks us but one thing, to question nothing & accept all. To call this but a story of style would be a travesty, for this is a moment of pure magic. 

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Molly Bair in “Don’t Squat With Your Spurs On” by Brianna Capozzi, Interview Germany, 03/16

Molly Bair in “Don’t Squat With Your Spurs On” by Brianna Capozzi for Interview Germany, March 2016. You can take the girl outta the country, but you can’t take the country outta the girl. Delphine Danhier brings sh** kickin’ style to the forefront in this fusion of vintage inspired fashion. Wearing a 10 gallon hat with a stogie in her hand, this girl proves the big city may bring great offerings, but home is where her heart lives. 

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Ruth Bell in “Don’t You Wonder Sometimes?” by Drew Jarrett for Garage Magazine, S/S 2016

Ruth Bell revels in the beauty of blue in “Don’t You Wonder Sometimes?” by Drew Jarrett for Garage Magazine, S/S 2016. Fluid factions flood the page as Blue Bell beckons us forth. Symbolic imagery is seen as powerful pictures revel in the tenants of truth. Stylist, Anders Sølvsten Thomsen, crafts haute couture in the form of dynamic room design, as moody tones mimic the surroundings. 

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Edie Campbell in “Bright Star” by David Sims for Vogue Paris, March 2016

Edie Campbell delves into disco decadence in “Bright Star” by David Sims for Vogue Paris, March 2016. 70’s inspired styles that became dedicated to art of movement. Through means of expression this era became about the advent of individuality. Flamboyant fabrics weren’t merely pieces of cloth sewn together to form au courant designs – they were a statement of purpose. 

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Janneke van der Hagen for Garage Magazine Spring/Summer 2016

Lili Sumner, Valery Kaufman & Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov fuse, reflect, meld and project by Janneke van der Hagen for Garage Magazine, S/S 2016. Hypnotic energy arises as Janneke invites us into her world, where all things aren’t what they seem. Secured to the sanctity of virtuosity, Lili and Alexandra are held together as they are both tied to the truth. Striped of all defining features they dare to become mannequins of mayhem.