Posts featuring stylist George Cortina

Saskia de Brauw Reflects on Life "In Sea of Sand & Sin"

Saskia de Brauw finds herself falling in “A Sea of Sand & Sin” by Dario Catellani for Vogue Italia, May 2018. This is a tale of two. Images are reflected and shadows are seen in this sentimental journey that reads like a dream. Against solid shades patterns play in poetic ways. George Cortina commands our attention by summoning a captivating blend of colors and craft. Silk …

Duckie Thot Lures Us In with Long, Lean, Lovely Limbs

Duckie Thot & Hannah Ferguson dance as if nobodies watching in “The Bold and the Beautiful” by Mario Testino, for V Magazine #109, Fall 2017. Sing like no one is listening… Love like you’ve never been hurt… Dance like nobody’s watching and Live like it’s heaven on earth.” Our eyes are cast over the page hungry for the artistic sustenance. We p…

Christy Turlington Finds Her Inner "Smile!"

Christy Turlington finds her inner “Smile!” on the cover-story by Mikael Jansson for WSJ. Magazine, March 2016. Christy proves the art of brilliancy isn’t met in the canvas of color, rather, it resides in the animation of truth. Stylist, George Cortina, captures the ferocity of fashion prowess, moving through the pages with the spirit of a jungle cat. Long, lean limbs …

Julia Nobis Hits the Road in 'The Lost Generation'

Julia Nobis, Dylan Fosket & Erik Anderson are part of ‘The Lost Generation’ in this traveling tale by Luigi & Daniele & Iango for Vogue Japan. Inspired by such works as Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road,” as we follow the rebel-red boots across the country they become a symbol of strength and defiance. A free fall from hope, the poetry of isolation i…

Daria Strokous Depicts Darker Side of Marilyn Monroe

Doubling as one of pop-culture’s most iconic female figures, Daria Strokous plays a doppelganger with a twist in ‘The Blonde Who Stole the Night’ by Sølve Sundsbø for the September 2013 issue of Vogue Japan. Daring to explore the darker sides of Marilyn Monroe, Sundsbø acknowledges the reality of duality, in this powerful portrayal that pays tribute to the polarit…