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Frances Coombe in “Violettes Visions” by Steven Pan for

Frances Coombe captures the motion of makeup in “Violettes Vision” by Steven Pan for Art reflects the music of the mind, as this story celebrates our freedom to be exactly whom we are meant to be. Transforming shapes from makeup to muse, Violette takes a contrasting approach to the structure of application. Blue castes a hue over the page throwing us into a hypnotic rage, while colors are made to mimic paint sending a message of strength. 


Pat McGrath To Launch her Lip Kit, LUST 004

Launching her luscious Lip Kit Collection, Lust 004, McGrath moves through the mysteries of modern makeup like one would a suspenseful novel. Reached using a compelling combination of sustainable color sources and inspired resource application. The tone sustains itself through rich ingredients that give us the ability to bargain with both our beauty and our brains. Face Art Done with Searing Aplomb this Story Celebrates the Beauty of Being. 


Pat and Anna Cleveland by Ruven Afanador for Neiman Marcus “The Book” September 2016

The Cleveland women celebrate the music of the muse in “The Art of Fashion” by Ruven Afanador for Neiman Marcus, 09/16. A dream inside a dream, “The Book” honors the many attributes of The Muse. Ruven gives us a unique peak at the wonderful women, with a video that takes us behind the scenes. Pat speaks with a sweet, lilting affect, “something’s ticking here and there’s someone I have to meet,” while, Anna goes inside in, “an intimate process whereby you become a vessel to release your ego.” They believe that being open to the process allows the brilliance of the moment to find you. 


Lara Stone in “Athletic Girl” by Steven Klein for Vogue Italia, August 2016

Lara Stone embodies the strength of a super-hero and seductive skills of a femme fatale in “Athletic Girl” by Steven Klein for Vogue Italia, August 2016. If women ruled the world, could we but blend the soft and sour with hard-hitting power? Wearing a leopard skin coat draped over half of her body, this brave beauty sits on bended knee with back to camera, only to leave her naked side exposed. 

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“Portrait of a Lady” by Tim Walker for Love Magazine, Spring/Summer 2016

Anna Cleveland, Eva Herzigova, Julie Hoomans, Kiki Willems, Lexi Boling & Molly Constable plays at poetic extremes in “Portrait of a Lady” by Tim Walker for Love Magazine, S/S 2016. Emptiness never looked so full with the weight of over-burdened (faux) bosoms bouncing around. Walker pays tribute to his personal hero, by delivering an homage of both honor and distinction. An artist often at odds with the modern world, John Currin’s captivating visions are completely unbound. 

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Lotte van Noort in “The Lovely Excess” Shot by Nicolous Coloumb for Novembre Magazine, S/S 2016

Lotte van Noort is like a flower in full bloom by Nicolas Coulomb for Novembre Issue #10, S/S 2016. Lips seek what silence speaks… in the unknown secrets that people keep. Isamaya Ffrench leads us down the pathway of promise in this exquisite tale of truth uncovered. Makeup is poured over the skin like so much paint finding its rightful home, as color cascades over each feature taking on a distorted display. 

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Barbara Fialho in “Belleza” by Enrique Vega for Vogue Mexico, August 2016

Barbara Fialho basks by the side of the sea in “Belleza” by Enrique Vega for Vogue Mexico, August 2016. Wading by the water’s edge… the sun shines down from up on high open from the azure sky. The art of extreme is caught in a dream as all things go crazy in the heat of extreme. Blue basks in the beauty of now as Victor Noble brings makeup with a Mediterranean flavor. Music is mimicked in the colors of creation as art is seen in the spectacle of light. 


Julia Nobis in “Melancholia” by Willy Vanderperre for Love Magazine, F/W 2016/17

Julia Nobis is mixed-up in the mania of “Melancholia” by Willy Vanderperre for Love #17, F/W 2016/17. While searching we seek… in silence we speak… for quiet comes calling in the dark hour of our need. What could be seen as merely a swath of stomped out grass, is transformed, into a path of the unknown. Each picture projects a sense of solemnity, wrapped in the purity of thought. 


Maxim Magazine

Aline Weber sizzles the senses in “Spellbound” by Gilles Bensimon for Maxim Magazine, August ’16. Triumphant beauty deigns to become as all things go wicked in the light of the sun. Her hypnotic stare says it all, but it’s really the luxe of her spellbinding lure that magnifies the senses. Not for the faint of heart, this is one fearsome female you don’t wanna cross. Evoking a presence that cannot be denied. 

Anna Ewers by Phil Poynter for Love Magazine FW 2016-17

“Lick It!” by Phil Poynter for Love Magazine #16, Fall/Winter 2016-17

Anna Ewers, Grace Bol, Aamito Lagum, Pooja Mor, Sara Sampaio & Stella Maxwell celebrate the luscious side of life in “Lick It!” by Phil Poynter for Love Magazine #16, Fall/Winter 2016-17. Beauty goes face first with pictures that project the art of Summer skin. Creativity gets up-close and personal with poetic imagery that punctuates a “Sense” of excitement, as Diane Kendal captures consumption couture with foods that bring the fusion of flavor forward. 

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Anja Rubik, Bella Hadid & Andreea Diaconu in “Face Art” Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris 08/16

Anja Rubik, Bella Hadid, Andreea Diaconu bring the fury in “Face Art,” Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, August 2016. The curtains are drawn as the music of face takes stage. This season’s flurry of fantasia comes to life as all things go crazy in the bright light of life. A call to creative arms. Beauty beckons us near as artful interpretations expose us to a nuanced approach to face art. 


Stella Lucia by Txema Yeste for Numéro #175 August 2016

Stella Lucia shows we are all but small creatures on a grand scale in “Extase” by Txema Yeste for Numéro #175, August 2016. Earth, Air, Fire and Water explode as this story celebrates the four earthly elements. Particular units contain unique and uncommon properties, which all work together to create a united universe. Earth’s body beckons us near as we explore the four elemental approaches to truth.