Angelo D’Agostino

marcelina Marcelina Sowa by Angelo DAgostino for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

Dancing in the Dark – In front of Angelo D’Agostino’s lens, Marcelina Sowa gets swathed in latex and leather for Fashion Gone Rogue’s most recent exclusive. Hitting the gritty streets, Marcelina wears sexy ensembles from labels such as Agent Provocateur, Herve Leger and Atsuko Kudo styled by Lisa Jarvis. Sleek hair by Takashi Yusa and gothic makeup by Yuki Hayashi complete the darkly decadent looks.

olga Olga K by Angelo DAgostino for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

Summer Day Dreaming – Olga K takes on ladylike yet gloomy ensembles from the spring season with Angelo D’Agostino’s studio images shot for Fashion Gone Rogue’s most recent exclusive. Styled by Lisa Jarvis, Olga sports the femnine frocks of Herve Leger, Giorgio Armani, Christian Siriano and others. The beauty is also given an edge with a sleek cut by hair stylist Yusa Takashi and dark makeup by Beau Nelson.

never Shanay Hall & Sanne by Angelo D’Agostino & Hannah Khymych for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

Never Here Again… – Joining forces, New York based photographers Angelo D’Agostino and Hannah Khymych capture a story of punk inspired looks for FGR’s latest exclusive. Starring Shanay Hall and Sanne in an audacious wardrobe styled by Stephanie Tricola, the duo sports hard edged designs from labels such as Cheap Monday, Bernhard Willhelm, Camilla Marc and Karen Walker. Sleek hair by Marco Diaz and a smokey eye by Nina Park have the girls exploring the beach in true rebellious fashion.

erin fee Erin Fee by Angelo DAgostino for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

Baby, the Classics Never Fade – Photographer Angelo D’Agostino and stylist Stella Lee team up for a story of classic glamour with FGR’s latest exclusive featuring Erin Fee. Paying homage to decade spanning looks ranging from the 1920s to 1980s, Lee serves up a wardrobe of vintage pieces from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta. Erin takes on the twentieth century classics with gusto in dramatic makeup by Beau Nelson and lush curls by Michelle Navar. / Special thanks to Rare Vintage and House of Lavande.