“Mythology of the Unseen”. The series of captivating images by Petros Cublis depict slippery frontier between the harsh reality and mythological suspense. Continue reading “Photography: Mythology of the Unseen by Petros Kublis.”
KAREN ELSON IN VOGUE UK BY TIM WALKER. Continue reading “FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY: KAREN ELSON “IN THE LANDS OF DREAMY DREAMS” BY TIM WALKER IN VOGUE UK JUNE 2015.”
ASIA NOTE BY ANDY LONG HOANG FOR FTV INDOCHINA MAGAZINE
Magazine: FTV INDOCHINA MAGAZINE
Editorial: Asia Note
Photographer Andy Long Hoang
Styling by Marek Matwiejczuk
One of the aspect of fashion modeling is about keeping the angles while keeping the sensuality of the pose… Bar Rafelli catches both aspects very well – every single shoot is very suggestive, yet not vulgar. The splash of vivid colors only spoices up the sporty vibe on high standards.
Magazine: Marie Claire Mexico
Photography by Hunter & Gatti
Model Bar Refaeli
Styling Alvaro Montano & Alicia Leon
Makeup by Jo Baker
Hair styling by Peter Butler
Manicure by Jenna Hipp
Images via DesignScene
Black -Red – White. Catchy yet classical selection of colors can be found in some fashion tendencies lately. The tri-color palette can be depicted on the face-painting factor as seen on Toni Garn, sporty chic clothing as well as in ad campaigns of Dior from Fall 2013 Campaign. The blonde model – Toni Garn captured by Hunter & Gatti clashes the image of blue-eyed sensitivity with the tribal vibe. The photography merges with the collage of oil painting and stitching style.
Toni Garrn for Tush Magazine by Hunter & Gatti
Images via Designscene.com
The tri-color trend can be easily reached in fast-fashion response as well. Simply and chic aesthetic perfectly matches with the sporty feel.
MARIACARLA BOSCONO FOR DIOR FALL 2013 CAMPAIGN
Images via fashiongonerogue.com
Saskia De Brauw in Harper’s Bazaar’s editorial: ” Black, White & Red All Over”.
Images via Models.com
Art director: Christopher Sollinger
Stylist: Phuong My
Make-up Artist: Hung Vanngo (The Wall Group)
Hair: Nicolas Eldin (Art Department)
Manicurist: Geraldine Holdford (The Wall Group)
Set designer: Dylan Auman
Scenic painter: Robert Christie
Production by Luz Pavon & Victoria Pavon NYC
Behind the scene: Antonio Deblaz
Talent: Meghan Collison (NEXT)
The fairy tale mystery that merges with conceptual art is the result of sensitiveness of the young and talented photographer – Ines Kozic -the 22 years old artist from that studies at the Fine Arts School of Rennes. Embracing both factors – the immaculate experience from childhood years and confronting the future – the photography of Kozmic faces the unveiling of fragility, enigma, sensuality and alluring elements of voyeurism.
The artistical isnpiration comes from many sources – recollection from the childhood memories, dark tales, surrealist poetry and quote writer André Breton, the work of Francesca Woodman, the photographer Laura Makabresku, favorite dancer – Carlotta Ikeda as well as three movies – The perfume of Tom Tykwer, The Countess of Julie Delpy and Antichrist of Lars Von Trier.
Indulging the melancholic poetry and sensuality in Ines Kozic’s photography , please check also the her
Official website: http://www.ineskozic.com/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Ineskozicdancer
Magazine W Korea
Editorial The New Venus
Photography by Philip Riches
Model Codie Young
Hair by Noelia Corral
Makeup by Adalberto Pezzaoili
Stylist: Anna Katsanis
Hair: Elsa using Oribe Hair Care for Shuly NY
Make-up Renee Garnes (Wilhelmina Artists)
Manicurist: Gerry Holford at ArtMix Creative using MAC Cosmetics.
Set Designer Stewart Gerard
Model: Alyona Subbotina (Supreme)
IMAGES are the courtesy of An Le
Harper’s Bazaar UK
Editorial: Madame Butterfly
Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
Model: Magdalena Frackowiak
Styling Mirnada Almond
Images via designscene.net
Mohawk hairstyle that considered to be a warrior significance in Native American tradition is clearly visible in Fashion industry nowadays. The savage appearance of the Mohican hairdo is clashed with the sophisticated gowns, mixed with the neo-punk attitude and merged with the sporty classic. Presented in numerous openings from the colorful selection with the rainbow like effects, accentuated with feathers, braided like in the rustic fairy-tale, Mohican just proves that cannot be reserved to the 80’s punk subculture anymore.
Mohawk hairdo supposed to be a manifest signature for anarchy and opposition to consumptionism while with the progress of style became one of the trends that is frequently borrowed or even adopted in various versions on the catwalk, official and public events, photography and high street on every day basis.
Good or not, judge yourself . There is my favourite t-shirt from Panapoo “GPunk” that utterly covers the idea of punk attitude and style that I proudly wear on my daily basis.
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Take a look on the Fashion Focus selection by EdelScope that unveils Mohawk hairstyles in Fashion Photography:
The Vogue Netherlands May 2012 Photoshoot Stars a Savage Rianne ten Haken
Saskia de Brauw by Jan Walters for Antidote
Ana Beatriz Barros for Elle UK March 2012
Aline Weber by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Paris February 2012 Beauty
Coco Rocha for Dressed to Kill
Catherine McNeil Gets Dark for Greg Kadel in Numéro #151
Malgosia Bela by Karim Sadli for Vogue Paris
‘Marching to a Different Beat’ in Vogue Nippon
The Dazed & Confused ‘A Scanner Darkly’
Under Her Spell’ by Nick Knight for Vogue UK
Patricija M by Xi Sinsong for Bambi Issue 10
The Numero ‘Solitaire’ Photoshoot Stars Model Martha Hunt
Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam January 2014
THE GALLERY OF “Midnight Spring” captured by An Le in Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam January 2014:
Totally submerged in the tropical surrealism, the Campaign for Schield Spring/Summer 2014 remains the hint of voyeurism. The ironic story captured by the Spanish photographer Diego Diaz Marin, illustrates the inner travel into the woman’s self as a role model Anna Rudenko. Comprising all the factors of espial, the photographs unveil the narcissistic attitude as well. The presentation encapsulate the jewellery line in as a refined to detail accessory clue with the vivid game of colors.
Schield Spring/Summer 2014
Title: “Fuga Tropicale”
Photography by Diego Diaz Marin
Images are the courtesy of the photographer Diego Diaz Marin.
Official website: www.diegodiazmarin.com
CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY OF Schield Spring/Summer 2014 titled “Fuga Tropicale” by Diego Diaz Marin:
Issue: Spring Summer 2012 The Icons Issue
Photographer: Jan Welters
Model: Saskia De Brauw DNA, Viva, Why Not
Hair: Seb Bascle
Makeup: Alice Ghendrih
Casting Director: Sibylle De Saint Phalle
Creative Direction & Styling by Editor in Chief: Yann Weber
Images via designscene.net
Check also the gallery of Saskia de Brauw by Jan Welters for Antidote:
Magazine: Scandinavia S/S/A/W
Editorial: Love is a Letter Sent a Thousand Times
Photography by Boe Marion
Model: Frida Gustavsson
Art Director: Jakob Hysén Hedberg
Featuring the designs of Sonia Rykiel, Haider Ackermann, Prada and many others.
Images via fashiongonerogue.com
CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY OF Frida Gustavsson by Boe Marion for Scandinavia S/S/A/W:
Editorial: “Stranger Than Paradise”
Photography by Tim Walker
Model-Muse: Tilda Swinton
Styled by Jacob K,
featuring the Spring fashion of Giorgio Armani, Haider Ackermann, Francesco Sognamiglio among others.
Images via trendland.com
CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY OF Tilda Swinton by Tim Walker in W magazine May 2013:
The game of shades, dramatic clarity and mystery of intricate constructions lead us to the venue of fashion visionary – Rei Kawakubo. Following the provocative recognition of Comme des Garçons successfully built by Kawakubo, latest collection seems to be “strange, beautiful, singular and, for most of us, unwearable ” as mentioned in NY Times. Nevertheless, the artistry of dramatic forms keeps the practical part by elevating craftsmanship into distinguishable level. Praising all these aspects the editorial “Pure Vision” merges both signature palette of shades captured by photographer Paolo Roversi and peculiar vision of Comme des Garçons’ concept.
NY Times T Magazine
Editorial: Pure Vision
Photography by Paolo Roversi
Models: Maja Salamon, Elodia Prieto and Ine Neefs
Face painting and hair by Julien d’Ys
Multifaceted concept of light in nature empowered by the latest textile technology and crisp aesthetic of fashion evolved in awe-inspiring collection by ISSEY MIYAKE’s for Spring Summer 2014 . The significance of the brand encapsulated sporty nonchalance with the definite graphic cut. The refined craftsmanship melted in the constructions composed of hybrid textiles and inventive technologies. Ever-illuminating light is the overwhelmed factor of the collection – from the resemblance of the starts on the pitch-black sky, the chalky luminescence of the Moon through the bright-day rainbow created by sun rays. The presentation of light by ISSEY MIYAKE Spring/Summer 2014 was unveiled in three openings.
Live music by Ei Wada – Braun Tube Jazz Band
The first opening of the light illustrates the metallic shine of the stars accompanied by the dark sky at night. Through the set, the metallic clothing is made of manufactured leather covered with the film to enhance the metal shine effect. The common denominator of the starlight series is a new punching technique that exhibit stars on the tiny holes. Thanks to the “Steam Stretch” technique the shape of pants, jackets and coats evinced the three-dimensional aspect.
The luminous white of the moonlight is condensed in the grid knit presentation accompanied by mesh tops and cotton grid structures. The grid-shaped texture is formed from stretch yarn technique that focuses on the weft and warp simultaneously. The hybrid nature of the clothing created fusion of matte and shiny translucent fabrics remaining lightweight and ethereal as well. Another worth-mentioning technique that unveiled the moonlight concept is spiral cutting used in open wave jacket and coats. The outline of the distinguishing silhouette with the soft posture is the effect of hybrid approach that merges inventive yarns created on old-style knitting machines. The impressive transfer printing also skillfully bright up with the vivid palette.
With the beginning to the third phase, the sunlight is exposed with the three-dimensional coats covered with mesh in blue and red gradations. The choice of colors is not aleatory. The azure sky infuses with the deep redness of the sunset that spread around the horizon. Along with the substantial mesh, the garment compose 3D movement feel of light and shade. The sunlight is also expressed by double layered cotton skirts and tops enriched with lightweight mode and color. The glow of sun that punctures from the whirling clouds is presented by double power of wave and cotton on the tops and bottoms. The lightweight cover reveals the hint of color while moving.
GALLERY OF ISSEY MIYAKE SPRING/SUMMER 2014:
Noi.se magazine’s fall/winter 2013 issue
Editorial: Ladies in Waiting
Fashion editor Do Manh Cuong
Hair & Make-up Charlie Vo Quoc Anh
Models: Hoang Thuy, Le Thuy & Trang Nguyen
Clothes credits: All clothes are DMC By Do Manh Cuong FW13 Collection
Location: Da Lat, Vietnam