CeCe Yoost by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller for No. Magazine

grunge CeCe Yoost by Karen Inderbitzen Waller for <em>No. Magazine</em>

Taking grunge into the new decade, photographer Karen Inderbitzen-Waller works with Delphine Avril Planqueel for the latest issue of No. Magazine, piecing together a wardrobe of oversize silhouettes and baggy bottoms. CeCe Yoost dons dark makeup and tousled hair courtesy of Shirley Simpsons in the rugged series. / Lighting & digital by Delphine Avril Planqueel

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  • Emma

    i really want some doc martens now

    17andalwaysdreaming.blogspot.com

  • http://twitter.com/Halfblood_Uliss Stacey Uliss

    grundge!!!!
    Awesome
    love the style and the girl and all the photos!

  • http://www.hamishscottbrown.co.uk Hamish scott-brown

    as Stacey says…..grunge phenomenal……what is it about grungy sites and location that really appeals to so many models and photographers? – I love the chicken shots….bet the smell was horrendous

  • http://www.hamishscottbrown.co.uk Hamish scott-brown

    as Stacey says…..grunge phenomenal……what is it about grungy sites and location that really appeals to so many models and photographers? – I love the chicken shots….bet the smell was horrendous

  • Collaborationetc

    i think this needed different lighting. so many textures and they all seem flat

    http://www.collaborationetc.wordpress.com

  • Collaborationetc

    i think this needed different lighting. so many textures and they all seem flat

    http://www.collaborationetc.wordpress.com

    • Bluebird

      Yes, if it were a more playful shoot then I’d agree with you. It’s just, the dullness and lack of great depth sort of create a hazy outlook, like on an overcast day. Which I think is the perfect environment for the styling. It flows so well with the grunge mood.

      • Lois Farrow

        You’ll find that almost every shoot in New Zealand magazines (which No. is one of) has this same dull, dull lighting. I don’t think it’s a technique – it’s just lack of skill. I’m from New Zealand and I’m sick of the amateur lighting – I was glad that someone here picked up on it!

        • bisr

          OH MY GOSH Lois, what a relief to hear someone else state the truth! It’s a lack of technique – Karen may be a good stylist but she was never a photographer and never has been, she cannot light at all. It is just the tip of the iceberg of what you could say about this – but lets say it is all compounded by shoots like NO having NO budget…. and there is more to go into but it’s probably better I shut up. I am in NZ too if you are looking for someone to work with repost with a contact email maybe…. I am sorry but there is such a love-in around this town for people who don’t have an eye.

          • Eatblonde

            obviously some bitter photographer that works for likes of remix and wishes they worked for no. gross get a life and put your name to your hatred.

          • chewy

            Karen doesn’t do her own lighting.
            While I agree, NZ/NO. Mag tend to follow along the same lines with shoots (always grunge, always daylight lit, always some 16year old looking model in an alternative lifestyle. Over it.

          • chewy

            also Eatblonde,
            To work for Remix you’d actually get paid. I dont’ know why you’d assume No. is better than Remix.

          • chewy

            also Eatblonde,
            To work for Remix you’d actually get paid. I dont’ know why you’d assume No. is better than Remix.

          • Eva

            dont comment on things you know nothing about! , who are you to comment? and f.y.i karen happens to be one of nz top photographers making a living and working internationally, i am embarrassed to be a nzer when there are people like you venting your hate. i think you are jealous, plain and simple, would love to know what you do for a living, starbucks maybe? if you think you can do better i dare you to post some of your work, i doubt you would have the cred to make it on to an international site like this.

          • Eva

            dont comment on things you know nothing about! , who are you to comment? and f.y.i karen happens to be one of nz top photographers making a living and working internationally, i am embarrassed to be a nzer when there are people like you venting your hate. i think you are jealous, plain and simple, would love to know what you do for a living, starbucks maybe? if you think you can do better i dare you to post some of your work, i doubt you would have the cred to make it on to an international site like this.

          • Lois Farrow

            I think there is some serious comment rage going on here! I don’t understand why people personally insult someone for simply holding a different opinion. bisr wasn’t venting hate, he or she acknowledges that Inderbitzen-Waller is a good stylist but doesn’t think she lights well. What is the problem here?
            It is off-the-mark to confuse jealousy and hatred with being a discerning fan of fashion.

            And if it’s such an important factor, my real name is Eleanor Woodhouse and I can put a name to an opinion.

          • Lois Farrow

            I think there is some serious comment rage going on here! I don’t understand why people personally insult someone for simply holding a different opinion. bisr wasn’t venting hate, he or she acknowledges that Inderbitzen-Waller is a good stylist but doesn’t think she lights well. What is the problem here?
            It is off-the-mark to confuse jealousy and hatred with being a discerning fan of fashion.

            And if it’s such an important factor, my real name is Eleanor Woodhouse and I can put a name to an opinion.

          • bisr

            Dear Lois, thank you for appreciating the words I actually wrote. Dear Eatblonde/Eva: thanks for confirming my point.
            The person I respect most in NZ fash photographers is Stephen Tilley and I don’t think he has ever had an editorial on here and he gets paid, is international, knows how to make something look good, has been doing it for a lot longer than KI-W and seems to work hard and is in control of his craft. I even respect dirty derek hendo, at least he has some chops. Some people always bring up wishy-washy words like ‘negative thinking’ and call someone a ‘hater’ or whatever redundant terms you want to use if they don’t agree with what everyone is supposed to think… can comments only be positive? Isn’t that kind of dumb and reflective of something? Isn’t there a place for criticality? I doubt Karen reads this, too busy living her life so she is not going to be injured… so what are you defending exactly? What do you feel is threatened? Some junior-high school girls social order? I am allowed my opinion but as long as the world is run on petty stuff like your comments prove and not on the quality of the work then I doubt having my name in the open would result in anything remotely fair. You like it, fine, I like eating mcdonalds sometimes but it doesn’t mean it is good food – evaluation is part of being a grown up and at least a necessary element of taste.
            (p.s. I am sure you are lovely people, it’s just a bit of lazy thinking is all, maybe consider this and have a lovely new year)

      • Lois Farrow

        You’ll find that almost every shoot in New Zealand magazines (which No. is one of) has this same dull, dull lighting. I don’t think it’s a technique – it’s just lack of skill. I’m from New Zealand and I’m sick of the amateur lighting – I was glad that someone here picked up on it!

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    loving the grunge revival!!!

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/

  • http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki

    loving the grunge revival!!!

    http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/

  • Bluebird

    Her name is actually Cece Yost, not Yoost :)
    but i also love these pictures, so much emotion in each shot and i love that yellow kitchen. Perfect composition.

  • Bluebird

    Her name is actually Cece Yost, not Yoost :)
    but i also love these pictures, so much emotion in each shot and i love that yellow kitchen. Perfect composition.

  • anonymous

    I just don’t really get grunge, definitely not my style, but it does work perfectly for this story.

  • anonymous

    I just don’t really get grunge, definitely not my style, but it does work perfectly for this story.

  • Anon

    a nirvana sweatshirt in a shoot about grunge clothing. how original.

    • Alex

      Agreed. Yea I have to say I am getting so try hard vibes form this spread to be honest… It’s not working for me.

      • un ko known

        It’s a NO thing. Blame the editors.

    • http://nudecency.tumblr.com New Decent

      The invocation of Nirvana is sad and idiotic as it almost always has been. If the stylist had chosen a Pearl Jam shirt it might have at least seemed critical. Instead it seems as insincere as ever.

  • Dan

    love the model, hate the photography.

  • Johnny be good

    Love the model !!

  • Anon

    yea the model is good but the shoot could’ve been way better

  • Anon

    yea the model is good but the shoot could’ve been way better

  • Arian

    I love the model. She has the most amazing lips. I agree though that the lighting and overall grunge thing does not do it for me.

  • Marie

    wow i had heard about the tall poppies syndrome before but this is demonstrated it for me; there must be a lot of bitter photographers who cannot get work in new zealand,
    what a tireade of nasty comments from disgruntled wannabes. i have no doubt in my opinion that this shoot would not be on such a site if it wasn’t amazing, and it is.

  • http://twitter.com/aizkadrs Anna

    Hate this.

    • Eva

      negative energy, shame on you, why bother spreading your bad thoughts, i hate people like you more than i could ever hate a shoot

      • bisr

        and then you promptly say you hate people like ‘Anna’… wow… very ‘positive thinking’ of you, and poo, you shared it! Are you going to the same hippy hell now you said that out loud?

      • bisr

        and then you promptly say you hate people like ‘Anna’… wow… very ‘positive thinking’ of you, and poo, you shared it! Are you going to the same hippy hell now you said that out loud?

  • Johnny be good

    Amidst the chicken stench, filth and the grunge the model remains pure with her snow white flawless beauty. Great job by all !

  • bisr

    I must say though that the makeup on her lips, so wonderfully imperfect, is really good.