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JULIA HAFSTROM BY HONG JANG HYUN FOR SINGLES KOREA AUGUST 2015 Cover

Singles Korea

Julia Hafstrom fuels the fire of white-hot beauty by Hong Jang Hyun for Singles Korea, August 2015. Delve into another world with the lure of latex and the power of patent leather. The ferocity of fabrics explode as we dare to explore the fierce side of modernity. Stylist, Jen Patryn, brings the heat with a belted corset, full-length neoprene gloves, thigh-high boots & black mini. Follow the pioneering works of such innovators as Helmut Newton, Jean-Paul Gaultier & Thierry Mugler, this fusion fields the art of fetish inspired fashion.  

Poppy Delevingne by Willy Vanderperre for Love No.14 FW 2015 Cover

Love Magazine

Poppy Delevingne gives us a blast from the past shot by Willy Vanderperre for Love Magazine No.14, The Talents, F/W 2015. All rocked out & ready to roll this girl explores the 70’s like a kid playing dress-up. Party art explodes as Poppy doesn’t just delve into another decade, she completely crosses over. Stylist, Olivier Rizzo, transforms this actress into a rock star with looks that evoke a sense of damaged decadence. 

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Yohji Yamamoto Goes Back in Time by David Sims for Love Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015

Carolyn Murphy, Iman & Gisele Bündchen resurrect real retro vibes by David Sims for Love Magazine. Fashion is felt through the history of time as decadence is devoured by richness refined. Stylist, Katie Grand, explores the sartorial artistry of Yohji Yamamoto, ‘The Talents‘ issue. Aching with avant-garde flavor each image enamors us with a sense of era-connection. Clothing is worn like couture tents, with billowing fabrics built to captivate our imagination. 

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Anna Ewers, Mica Arganaraz & Julia van Os in ‘Sauvage Innocence’ Inez & Vinoodh, Vogue Paris

Anna Ewers, Mica Arganaraz & Julia van Os seeks the art of ‘Sauvage Innocence’ by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris, August 2015. Finishing the season right, these fierce females delve into the dark side of Summer. Editor-n-Chief, Emmanuelle Alt, brings the heat with fashions from Anthony Vaccarello, Blumarine, Bottega VenetaChanel, Dior, Dsquared2, Isabel Marant, LanvinMaison Margiela, Miu MiuMoschino, Mugler, Phillip PleinSaint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Valentino & Versace

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Numéro Tokyo

Harleth Kuusik carries a secret longing by Karen Collins shot for Numéro Tokyo, August 2015. Clouds of chaos fill the aire as sounds of silence elude me. Walls peel in pieces as poetic paint chips fall all around. Stylist, Felipe Mendes, looks at avant-garde fashion through the lens of lunacy. What I ache to understand I long to ignore, what I long to love I deign to deplore. Echos of odyssey aim to be seen like arrows of emptiness carried through the wind. 

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Cleo Cwiek in ‘Pierce My Skin, Tattoo My Heart’ by Jamie Nelson for Tush, July/August 2015

Cleo Cwiek evokes ornamental adornment in ‘Pierce My Skin, Tattoo My Heart’ by Jamie Nelson for Tush Magazine, July/August 2015. Come closer, no closer… and experience the exotic essence of facial jewelry. The past and future collide in this mysterious editorial that shares a sense of symmetry. Celebrate the ferocity of spirit with fired up females defined by decadence. Gems bring the bling with temporary-tats seen in the form of torso like tattoos. 

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Crista Cober in ‘La Palmeraie’ by Txema Yeste for Numéro N°165, August 2015

Crista Cober becomes part of the art in ‘La Palmeraie’ by Txema Yeste for Numéro Magazine N°165, August 2015. Poetry mimics the magic of allure as we find ourselves lost in a labyrinth of couture. Nature erupts with costumes that combine the freedom of outdoor space with the decadence of high end designs. Cober is camouflaged in divine fashions as she passes time in a palm tree grove. 

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Hannah Elyse in ‘Stark’ by Bonnie Hansen for Black Magazine

Hannah Elyse lets the artistry of noir sooth her soul in ‘Stark‘ by Bonnie Hansen for Black Magazine. Black-on-black breaks free as each image puts on a show. Stylist, Ella Murphy, features the ferocity of ebony fashion with dark designs that bring the heat. Images ache with agony as pictures pull back on innocence. The lure of the skin lets us in as sullen poetry peaks our interest. Theatrical beauty builds as (Makeup Artist) Chloe Langford invites us to explore the facial fantasy of avant-garde excess. 

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Rowena Xi Kang in ‘Great White Shark’ by Tré & Elmaz for Black Magazine

Rowena Xi Kang is adorned in ornamental accessories in ‘Great White Shark‘ shot by Tré & Elmaz for Black Magazine. Diamonds & pearls never looked so cool as stones are worn in the place of the face. To find the sea of satisfaction we’ve got to swim with the sharks. Taking a counter-intuitive approach to the art of life, this forces us to focus on the extreme. Stylist, Jamie Maree Shipton, knocks our socks off by creating sleek fabrics covered in candy colored rocks. 

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Marthe Wiggers in ‘The Flower’ by Thom Kerr for Black Magazine #23

Marthe Wiggers plays an ethereal fairy in ‘The Flower’ captured by Thom Kerr for Black Magazine #23, The Human Issue. Floating like a supernatural sprite beauty blossoms like a nymph in flight. “To be overcome by the fragrance of flowers is a delectable form of defeat”~Beverley Nichols. Fashion Editor, Sarah Birchley, invites the nuance of effervesce to erupt as, art breathes forth the sweetest odours. 

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Daphne Groeneveld in ‘I am a Superstar’ by Jason Kibbler for Vogue Russia, August 2015

Daphne Groeneveld detours to the dark side in ‘I am a Superstar’ by Jason Kibbler for Vogue Russia, August 2015. Skin tight feels right as the penetrating power of purple takes over. Fueled with the fire of crystal decadence, tectonic flavors fill the page. Playing a rock-star with a twist, Daphne gives off a hypnotic haze artfully backed by a violet-vibe. Stylist, Olga Dunina, intoxicates us with the aire, letting the fog of high fashion fly free. 

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“Express Yourself !” by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Germany, August 2015

Karlina Caune, Edita Vilkeviciute and Constance Jablonski celebrate the season of saturation, in ‘Express Yourself!’ by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Germany. Embarking on a new era, Fall fashion explodes in the form of modern art. This Collection uses the Symbolic Kraft of verbiage to capture the true meaning of haute couture. The tempo of trends erupt with designs that redefine the decades.