Gigi & Irena by Lara Jade for Material Girl

Cotton Candy Girls – Photographer Lara Jade takes to the open fields and blue skies for the latest issue of Material Girl. Working with stylist Lauren Armes, Jade captures Gigi and Irena in airy ethereal looks with pink bobs courtesy of hair stylist Damian Monzillo. / Makeup by Damian Monzillo, Retouching by Lara Jade






56 Responses to “Gigi & Irena by Lara Jade for Material Girl”

  1. Devi_lecter Reply

    ohmygod…i looove the pastel colors!!!

    but the photography technique is very usual

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  2. totally in love with the colors/ styling and photography!

    btw do drop by my site as i have EXTENDED THE BRASHY x MONSTRE XI GIVEAWAY by a week. No harm trying your luck for a cool tshirt (:

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  3. Stupid texture adding and weird poses. All the same, no difference.

  4. “blah blah blah I hate on shoots like this because I am no where near as talented, and have most likely failed at photography or some other creative outlet.”

    People like you make the internet suck. – Don’t like it? Offer some constructive critique, or post a link to your portfolio instead.

    • anonymous Reply

      The person above you isn’t “hating,” they gave their opinion in a very polite and intelligent way. If they don’t like the photography, then they don’t like it, everyone feels differently about things as subjective as this editorial.

      • I wasn’t speaking to MathildeJohnsen – hence why the comment wasn’t a reply, rather the next in a series of comments on the images. I completely agree with you on her response being polite and intelligent.

        However, “Stupid texture adding and weird poses. All the same, no difference.” How is that polite and intelligent???

      • I wasn’t speaking to MathildeJohnsen – hence why the comment wasn’t a reply, rather the next in a series of comments on the images. I completely agree with you on her response being polite and intelligent.

        However, “Stupid texture adding and weird poses. All the same, no difference.” How is that polite and intelligent???

          • Ghost

            Ha no, but nice. No pienso que ella puede hablar espanol jajaja, pero pienso que tu es una puta.

          • Ghost

            Ha no, but nice. No pienso que ella puede hablar espanol jajaja, pero pienso que tu es una puta.

          • Either stick to talking to the work or take your argument elsewhere.

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        • Dyllis_filler Reply

          tu me parecen una putta meirda hijo de puta cuarenta y cinco anos el peluquero

        • Dyllis_filler Reply

          tu me parecen una putta meirda hijo de puta cuarenta y cinco anos el peluquero

        • Dyllis_filler Reply

          tu me parecen una putta meirda hijo de puta cuarenta y cinco anos el peluquero

        • Dyllis_filler Reply

          tu me parecen una putta meirda hijo de puta cuarenta y cinco anos el peluquero

        • Dyllis_filler Reply

          tu me parecen una putta meirda hijo de puta cuarenta y cinco anos el peluquero

        • baboonbutt Reply

          lawl, why do all the Lara Jade eds bring out the fanbois sheeple

          • baboonbutt

            I have to say I agree about the stupid textures. They are bad enough on their own, but using the exact same one more than once…just…no

      • I wasn’t speaking to MathildeJohnsen – hence why the comment wasn’t a reply, rather the next in a series of comments on the images. I completely agree with you on her response being polite and intelligent.

        However, “Stupid texture adding and weird poses. All the same, no difference.” How is that polite and intelligent???

  5. “blah blah blah I hate on shoots like this because I am no where near as talented, and have most likely failed at photography or some other creative outlet.”

    People like you make the internet suck. – Don’t like it? Offer some constructive critique, or post a link to your portfolio instead.

  6. “blah blah blah I hate on shoots like this because I am no where near as talented, and have most likely failed at photography or some other creative outlet.”

    People like you make the internet suck. – Don’t like it? Offer some constructive critique, or post a link to your portfolio instead.

  7. “blah blah blah I hate on shoots like this because I am no where near as talented, and have most likely failed at photography or some other creative outlet.”

    People like you make the internet suck. – Don’t like it? Offer some constructive critique, or post a link to your portfolio instead.

  8. Dyllis_filler Reply

    It means well…but there is no attention to detail…like the fact that it is a brown, dry, dirty looking setting, and the girls look cold, and those kind of cheap plastic wigs only look good when they have been trimmed..half-assed Tim Walker….not good

  9. no chemistry between the models. they just dont look like they are close. leaves me cold.

  10. no chemistry between the models. they just dont look like they are close. leaves me cold.

  11. The retouching on these leaves a lot to be desired, especially on that third one — the close up image. I understand that it’s probably the light coming through the balloons, but the yellow cast to their skin and that strange purple hand is very unflattering. I also agree with the previous comment that the texture on the 4th left diptych especially seems rather tacky and unfitting for the editorial. And the fact that the first couple of images the girls are really underexposed is bothering me. Reflectors! Really, they help. I’m also not a big fan of the wigs. Actually, the pink one doesn’t look so bad, but the cut on the orange one makes it look cheap.

  12. The retouching on these leaves a lot to be desired, especially on that third one — the close up image. I understand that it’s probably the light coming through the balloons, but the yellow cast to their skin and that strange purple hand is very unflattering. I also agree with the previous comment that the texture on the 4th left diptych especially seems rather tacky and unfitting for the editorial. And the fact that the first couple of images the girls are really underexposed is bothering me. Reflectors! Really, they help. I’m also not a big fan of the wigs. Actually, the pink one doesn’t look so bad, but the cut on the orange one makes it look cheap.

  13. The retouching on these leaves a lot to be desired, especially on that third one — the close up image. I understand that it’s probably the light coming through the balloons, but the yellow cast to their skin and that strange purple hand is very unflattering. I also agree with the previous comment that the texture on the 4th left diptych especially seems rather tacky and unfitting for the editorial. And the fact that the first couple of images the girls are really underexposed is bothering me. Reflectors! Really, they help. I’m also not a big fan of the wigs. Actually, the pink one doesn’t look so bad, but the cut on the orange one makes it look cheap.

  14. great styling, i don’t think this photography meets the standard of the website though, studenty.

  15. great styling, i don’t think this photography meets the standard of the website though, studenty.

  16. It doesn’t matter with the process. the important is the result. And you’re works are amazing me! ganbatte! love lara

  17. It doesn’t matter with the process. the important is the result. And you’re works are amazing me! ganbatte! love lara

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