I Got You Babe – Photographed and styled by Alexx and Anton, Romanian-Canadian fashion model Irina Lazareanu poses for Gala Magazine’s editorial homage to the iconic Cher. The mystic beauty channels the diva’s seventies era style with a wardrobe featuring designs from the likes of Chanel, Hermés, Chopard, Azzedine Alaia and many more. / Hair and Make-up by Jochen Pahs.
Image from EDUN’s Fall/Winter 2013 presentation
EDUN’s New Talent – EDUN taps Danielle Sherman as their new Creative Director. Sherman has previously worked at Alexander Wang for its T line and co-founded The Row with Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen in 2005. A Los Angeles native, Sherman moved to New York in 2001 to pursue her design career. “We are so thrilled to have Danielle Sherman as our Creative Director for the brand. Coming from her success with two well-respected brands, Danielle brings her experience and strong design sensibility to EDUN,” says the brand’s founder Ali Hewson.
Camilla Belle Celebrates Summer – Camilla Belle gets whisked away to a tropical paradise for her photo shoot in the April edition of Vogue Brazil. Eric Guillemain ( 2b Management) shot the acting starlet in a summery collection of Michael Kors’ apparel. The American designer is better known in the South American nation for his tote bags and watches, but the opening of his second Brazilian store is set to change all that. / Styled by Djuna Bel
Winged Beauty – Daphne Groeneveld makes a dramatic figure in a billowing, butterfly style gown from Tom Ford featured on the April edition of Numéro Russia. The Dutch beauty was photographed by Sebastian Kim and styled by Ethel Park for the new issue.
Heavy Metal – Lensed by David Bellemere, model Chloe Nørgaard poses as a heavy metal vixen for Gravure Magazine. Fashion director Priscilla Polley dresses the native New Yorker in statement pieces by designer labels, while hair stylist Cecilia Romero creates enchanting blue and green waves. / Creative Direction by Alex Freund and Lisa Mosko, Makeup by Regina Harris,/em>
Summer of Swim – Starring in the third of four summer catalogues from Victoria’s Secret, models Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambrosio, Maryna Linchuk and Erin Heatherton soak up the sun for a series of sizzling images featuring beachwear style. The girls sport a mix of bandeau, one piece and bikini swimwear with colorful prints and lacy detailing.
Reflections on Malgosia – Malgosia Bela graces the pages of Numéro Tokyo’s May issue wearing understated style in images photographed by Eric Guillemain (2b Management). The Polish beauty dons a wardrobe of neutral hues from labels such as Chloe, Chanel, Vivienne Westwood and Giorgio Armani styled by Yasmine Eslami. / Hair by Joseph Puljate @ L’Atelier, Makeup by Carole Colombani @ L’Atelier
Lady Baglady – Ranya Mordanova cuts a striking figure in all black looks for this series shot by Nikolay Biryukov. The story is inspired Chuck Palahniuk’s book, “Haunted”, which depicts a character named Lady Baglady who pretends to be homeless to escape the boredom of her wealthy life. With that influence in mind, Ranya is shown wearing the sleek styles of Alberta Ferretti, Chanel, Emilio Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana amongst others styled by Stella Gosteva in a setting of cardboard and stringed lights. / Makeup by Marina Keri, Hair by Ernesto Montenovo
The Color of Spring – Mona Johannesson is tapped for the April style guide from J. Crew where she wears a colorful selection of jewelry from the brand. Paired with crisp white looks, Mona exudes a casual elegance with tousled tresses and a pastel lip shade.
Black and White Beauty – Kate Bock shows why she’s been turning heads in the second edition of creative lifestyle glossy, Galore Magazine. Photographer Derek Kettela shot the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Rookie of the Year for the elegant black and white spread. She trades in her swimming costume for black lacy lingerie and contrasting white roses, and shows she’s still got what it takes to impress. / Styled by Mary Fellowes @ Brydges Mackinney, Hair by Andre Gunn @ The Wall Group, Makeup by Cynthia Sobek @ Art Department