Deyn Goes Surf–Teaming up for yet another collaboration with Dr. Martens, British model Agyness Deyn presents a spring-summer 2014 collection inspired by 70s Los Angeles surf culture. Set to launch globally in March, the line includes sandals, sarongs, baseball jersey tees and embroidered patches. “It’s great to have the freedom to play in so many style camps with the Docs girl. I was obsessing over the euphoria of summer and found that Docs has roots all the way into the early Venice Beach hardcore scene (very different from the East Coast),” says Agyness about the new line.
Agyness’ Collaboration – British model Agyness Deyn has collaborated with Dr. Martens for a spring-summer 2013 range of clothing, footwear and accessories. “As with the A/W-12 range, I wanted it to be accessible whilst having a slightly higher price point than high street fashion. It will appeal to girls who are confident and have a strong personal expression of style and identity in the way that they dress and what this says about themselves,” says Deyn. A signature eyeball print is a key theme of the collaboration–appearing on cabana shirts, skirts and dresses. The Agyness Deyn and Dr. Martens collaboration hits stores this month with prices ranging from £30-£155.
Damon Baker shares an outtake from his recent shoot with Agyness Deyn for Stern Magazine. Ziggy Stardust-esque makeup and hair by Thorstein Weiss and Luke Baker complete the rock and roll look. / Styling by Brett Bailey
Great Deyn – For the latest edition of Twin Magazine, cover star Agyness Deyn takes on an androgynous western look in images photographed by Ben Weller. Donning a Stetson hat, Deyn wears pared down ensembles with a rugged touch styled by Celestine Cooney. Selects from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Jil Sander, JW Anderso and Prada give the model turned actress a romantic look of confidence.
She’s On It – For the cover story of Stern Magazine’s September issue, Agyness Deyn goes glam with an edge, wearing wild selects by stylist Brett Bailey. Lensed by Damon Baker, Agyness exudes her usual irreverent sensibility in the designs of Dolce & Gabbana, Jeremy Scott, Marc Jacobs and others. / Set by Luke Abby.
Agyness Deyn by Boo George (2010)
Agyness Deyn and rebellious style go together like Hedi Slimane and intense black and white portraits–so the March edition of Vogue China decided to pair the two and the result was nothing short of stunning. Styled by Melanie Ward, Agyness takes on spring’s casual wear from the likes of Burberry, Balmain and Alexander Wang in Rebel Waltz.
Agyness Deyn stars as the face of fresh and youthful brand, Culture Call’s spring 2011 campaign. Photographed by Max Farago with production by Moss Creative, Agyness sports the label’s colorful prints and patterns with a undeniably cool attitude.
From actresses to models and even a doll, the fourth issue of LOVE features a varied cast of characters on eight covers shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. The Gorgeous issue stars Agyness Deyn, Lauren Hutton, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kelly Brook, Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bundchen, Sienna Miller and Buela (an Enchanted Doll lent by Louis Vuitton designer Fabrizio Viti). There are eight covers to choose from. Which one is your favorite?