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Muse Magazine

Karmen Pedaru is an ethereal angel in ‘Inspired’ by Horst Diekgerdes for 10 Years of Muse Magazine, Spring/Summer 2015. Celebrating a decade of doing it right, Pedaru blows our minds with the power of white. Lace garb evokes purity while undergarments invite the primal side. Beth Fenton, stimulates our senses with seraphic styles set to shine. The raptures of fashion flow free with angelic looks that dare to be. 

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Alexandra T & Veronika Vilim in ‘Free Spirit’ by Christian Anwander for Amica, february 2015

Alexandra T & Veronika Vilim fall into a ‘Free Spirit in this flexible story shot by Christian Anwander for Amica Magazine. I bend I break, I’ll not forsake all that comes to me. I twist I turn, I deign to learn all that life’s to be. Stylist, Ye Young Kim, finds the fluid side of avant-garde fashion with modern designs from A.F. Vandevorst, Blumarine, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Donna Karan, La Perla Miu Miu, Pinko & Prada

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Harleth Kuusik & Molly Bair in ‘War of Roses’ by Jeff Bark for Dazed, Spring 2015

Harleth Kuusik and Molly Bair engage in a ‘War of Roses’ shot by Jeff Bark for Dazed, Spring 2015. Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons, sets the stage on fire with symbolic imagery that brings the heat. Stylist, Robbie Spencer, tells a tale of time erased with blood curdling fashions that are in your face. Avant-garde artistry erupts with the undeniable power of one-of-a-kind pieces. 

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Craig McDean Creates ‘Silhouettes & Shadows’ for Interview, March 2015

Lexi Boling, Grace Hartzel & Rianne Van Rompaey hide their secrets in ‘Silhouettes & Shadows’ for the Spring ’15 Collections, by Craig McDean for Interview. Three gorgeous girls take on the extreme in this trifecta of artisanal dramatics. Explore the inner-world of modern style in this scintillating story of closet couture. Fashion Editor, Karl Templer, captures elements of the unknown with impressions that highlight hidden pleasures. 

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Steven Klein Creates ‘Super Eight’ by Steven Klein for L’Officiel Singapore, March 2015

Naomi Campbell, Guinevere van Seenus, Jamie Bochert, Crystal Renn & Angela Lindvall are among the ‘Super Eight’ by Steven Klein for L’Officiel Singapore, March 2015. A master of manipulation, Klein makes us believe that we are seeing more than what’s on the page. The art of erotic embellishment erupts with mind-bending tricks that treat your senses. Stylist, Patti Wilson, captures a compendium of creation with avant-garde fashions that evoke a reaction. 

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Pop Magazine

Gemma Ward pops off the page in Prada by Harley Weir for Pop #32, Spring/Summer 2015. Subtle in its presentation, this layout is a perfect example of the genius of Gemma. A dynamic combination of raw and real, the phenom of her force is something you just can’t fake. Always one to evoke a deep sense of meaning, shallowness takes a backseat to the truth of her being. Not afraid to show some skin, (Makeup Artist) Asami Taguchi embraces aesthetic energy with subtle shades of natural beauty. 

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Abbey Lee Kershaw in ‘Grey Gardens’ by Fabien Baron for Interview, March 2015

Abbey Lee Kershaw plays a modern day Miss Havisham in ‘Grey Gardens’ a tale of Great Expectation told by Fabien Baron for Interview Magazine. Looking back to see ahead, get lost in the wonder of Versailles. Stylist, Ludivine Poiblanc, invites us to explore another world through the opulent use of modern fabrics. Apocalyptic artistry dares to defy amid avant-garde designs that invite the extreme. 

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Karlie Kloss in ‘Big Red’ by Steven Klein for V Magazine #94, Spring 2015

Karlie Kloss finds the flip side of a fairy-tale in ‘Big Red’ by Steven Klein for V Magazine #94. Driven by passion executed by pain each silhouette is a celebration of a life. Stylist, Patti Wilson, honors the comparable artistry of Rei Kawakubo, Comme des Garçons/Spring 2015. An evocative take on the theme of Blood & Roses, this collection explores the mastery of duality. Meant to disturb, Kawakubo doesn’t toil to be told she is amazing, she works to unveil the truth. 


Allie Lewis & Nadine Leopold by Erik Madigan Heck for A Magazine, February 2015

Allie Lewis and Nadine Leopold pull us into a mad, mad world by Erik Madigan Heck for A Magazine, February 2015. Lost in a kaleidoscope of color, this story celebrates the artistry of Tom Browne’s S/S Collection. Stylist, Rebecca Ramsey, revs things up with divine combinations designed to make you think. With a straight shot from hippi to haute couture these images move the arc of fashion forward. 

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Eliza Cummings in ‘Blanc Ascendant Noir’ by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris, March 2015

Eliza Cummings asserts her power in ‘Blanc Ascendant Noir’ shot by Mert & Marcus for Vogue Paris. The absence of color prevails as the power of peeps shows who’s boss. Black & white merge letting the circus of style spin all around us. Each shot captures our imagination with combinations that blow our minds. Leave it to the incomparable, (Editor-n-Chief) Emmanuelle Alt, to concoct a tale that plays to the severely chic. 


Mina Cvetkovic in ‘Home Alone’ by Dario Catellani for Interview Germany, March 2015

Mina Cvetkovic is ‘Home Alone’ in the haus of haute couture by Dario Catellani for Interview Germany, March 2015. When the cat’s away the mice will play. An unveiling of this season’s avant-garde fare, fashion shows itself in the most unlikely places. Stylist, John Colver, expresses the art of excess with Alexander Wang, Anthony Vaccarello, Balenciaga, Calvin Klein, Céline, Chanel, Fendi, Jason Wu, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Miu Miu, Pageant, Prada & Proenza Schouler


Manuela Frey in ‘Wrestle Mania’ by Richard Burbridge for Dazed, Spring 2015

Manuela Frey wears Lucha Libre inspired masks in ‘Wrestle Mania’ by Richard Burbridge for Dazed, Spring 2015. A farewell to the master, this swan-song (of sorts), says good-bye to a man that revels in the art of evoking. Devoting himself fully to the calling of haute couture, Jean-Paul Gaultier leaves the ready-to-wear arena behind. Stylist, Robbie Spencer, gets us all riled up with head-gear that focuses on the fisticuffs of high fashion.