Magazine: V FASHION Fall 2010
Editorial: City of God
Photographer: Mario Sorrenti
Stylist: Jane How
Model: Natasha Poly (WOMEN)
In the most recent issue of V FASHION, 25-year-old Russian supermodel Natasha Poly, who was recently the face of Gucci for the spring/summer 2010 season, is featured in an editorial entitled “City of God” translating a religious underworld inspired by the movie “Holy Mountain.”
I was really drawn to this editorial because first of all, I love Natasha and I find everything she’s in to be spectacularly beautiful, but mostly due to the way it feels like they are poking fun at religion. I find that to be very intriguing.
I also love that this editorial does not just show a beautiful girl in perfectly styled designs posed prettily. Instead, the editorial stays true to it’s inspiration showing Natasha with bugs crawling all over her face and licking someone’s fist, but in absolutely stunning designs of course.
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Yesterday, I met up with my friends Lindzy and Ashlee down at Japanese Village for some photography fun for Ash’s Suicide Girls portfolio. Enjoy!
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Magazine: Vogue Nippon June 2010
Editorial: Call It Love
Photographer: Ellen von Unwerth
Models: Raquel Zimmermann (DNA), Caroline Trentini (STORM), Nicholas Hoult
Stylist: Grace Coddington
Running amuck of New York City and going to a cinema, 26-year-old Brazilian covergirl Raquel Zimmermann and 22-year-old also Brazilian covergirl Caroline Trentini grace the pages of the upcoming issue of Vogue Nippon with 20-year-old British Tom Ford “It” boy Nicholas Hoult in high New York fashion. This editorial is so chic and fun that it makes me want to go prowl the streets of New York.
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Campaign: Customello Spring 2010 ‘Dancehall In Wonderland’
Models: Cole Mohr (RE:QUEST) & Ethan James (FORD)
My favorite male model this season is 26-year-old Cole Mohr with 20-year-old Ethan James star this season in Japanese designer Customellow‘s Dancehall In Wonderland collection for a hazy, fun-loving campaign. I love the daisy framed glasses!
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Magazine: Vogue China May 2010
Editorial: Dress For Success
Photographer: Yuan Gui Mei
Models: Liu Wen (MARILYN, SELECT, d’MANAGEMENT) & Stanley Huang
Stylist: Ling Wu
Embodying a fashionable business woman, my favorite Asian model 22-year-old Chinese Liu Wen is featured in this editorial entitled “Dress For Success” for the upcoming issue of Vogue China with 35-year-old Taiwanese America singer Stanley Huang in some of this season’s sleekest suits. They both look so chic for a simple and straightforward editorial that I really enjoy.
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Magazine: Vogue Russia May 2010
Photographer: Paolo Roversi
Models: Iris Strubegger (WOMEN) & Heidi Mount (IMG)
Stylist: Sheila Single
Portraying some classic Russian ballets, this editorial for the upcoming issue of Vogue Russia features many beautiful couture pieces. Shot by photographer Paolo Roversi, 25-year-old Austrian model Iris Strubegger and 23-year-old Heidi Mount look amazing in Giorgio Armani Cosmetics with these extravagant pieces.
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Magazine: VMAN #18 Summer ’10
Editorial: Shrek of A Guy
Photographer: Ellen von Unwerth
Models: Emma Dumont (FORD), Francisco Lachowski (FORD), & Paolo Anchisi (FORD)
Stylist: Nicola Formichetti
For an animated yet fashionable editorial, 15-year-old newcomer Emma Dumont, Brazilian Francisco Lachowski, and male model Paolo Anchisi are joined by the cast of Shrek in the 18th issue of VMAN this summer. Styled by Lady Gaga‘s stylist, Nicola Formichetti, Emma, Francisco, and Paolo are featured in designs in black and jeans for quite a chic and fun story shot by photographer Ellen von Unwerth at The Standard, New York. Although Dreamworks first approved on this project, they are not happy with the results due to the raciness surrounding the cartoon characters making them not kid-friendly. I personally love the way the characters and the models are interacting in this editorial, but it is definitely not for children.
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