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kaila hart Kaila Hart by David K. Shields for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

A Matter of HartKaila Hart has a smile that can light up a whole room in David K. Shields’ laid-back images shot for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Wearing lightweight selects by stylist B.L., Kaila spends a day of glorious fun complete with a swing set and designs from labels such as 3.1. Phillip Lim, Emmanuel Zegna, Bulgari and Comme Des Garçons. A red lip and carefree tresses by Vanessa Collins give the Aussie beauty a natural glow, complementing the sun-drenched setting.

Baker Shields 06 Emily Baker by David K. Shields for <i>STIL Magazine</i> #3

Religiously – Model Emily Baker dons darkly romantic looks in this shoot by David K. Shields for Australian glossy, Stil Magazine. In neo-gothic selects styled by Chris Lorimer, Emily and male model Nathan Sutherland find a perfect mix of melancholy and romance in the cemetery. Wearing black, draped silhouettes, iconic jewelry and minimal make-up, Emily is a stunning vision. / Hair by Matt Benns, and Make-up by Heidi Beachen for Stephen Marr.

Shields Frida Stl 04 Frida Gustavsson in Jean Paul Gaultier by David K. Shields for  <i>Stil Magazine</i>

Ultra GaultierFrida Gustavsson dons mesmerizing haute couture garments from the archive of Jean Paul Gaultier in this sharp Stil Magazine editorial lensed by David K. Shields. Fashion editor Alina Caraman’s selects exemplify Gaultier’s fashion forward yet classic elegance. Always darling, Frida goes from fun to sexy with dramatic make-up and a variety of complementary hair styles.

shields stil 09 Ella Verbenne & Yasmin Bidois by David K. Shields for <i>Stil Magazine</i>

Wet & Wild – Photographer David K. Shields photographs models Ella Verbenne and Yasmin Bidois (Clyne) in this austere beach story for Australian publication Stil Magazine. Stylist Dean P. Rushworth creates looks that evoke Colonial era New Zealand, complete with top hats, long skirts and a touch of wild, native styling. Rushworth’s hair and make-up keeps the beauty looks simple to complement the shoot’s classic feel.

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