Jacquelyn of All Trades – For the summer 2013 issue of DuJour Magazine, American fashion model Jacquelyn Jablonski hits the set in a variety of designer looks chosen by stylist David Vandewal. Lensed by photographer Hans Feurer, the eclectic brunette poses in a mix of neon-hued swimwear, chunky jewelry and lightweight sheer materials. / Hair by Ward, Makeup by Vicky Steckel
Island Dwellers – Armani Exchange takes to a private beach in Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos for its spring 2013 campaign. Photographed by Matthew Scrivens with styling by David Vandewal, models Marlon Teixeira, Alejandra Alonso, Miguel Iglesias, Alexander Van Ballaer and Camila Queiroz ooze casual luxury as they walk on the beach.
A Classic Reworked – Friends & Associates, a New York-based label created by fashion editor Matthew Edelstein, follows up its resort collection with an outing of gingham prints for spring 2013. Friends’ goal is to make fashionable basics that can be easily incorporated into anyone’s wardrobe, and the new season does precisely that with simple silhouettes modeled by Lisa Verberght. Photographed by Hugh Lippe, Lisa dons silk-printed pieces such as baseball tees, pleated skirts, polos and shirt-dresses complemented by color-blocking in shades of red, blue, black and white. / Styling by David Vandewal
Carioca Cruising – Photographed for the winter-spring issue of 10 Magazine, Brazilian beauty Aline Weber dons offbeat looks in Christian Anwander’s colorful images taken at a car wash. Stylist David Vandewal selects standout looks from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Celine, Friends & Associates and Acne. A bold eye by makeup artist Sil Bruinsma and wet tresses by hair stylist Andre Gunn complete the quirky ensembles.
Summer Star – French actress Marion Cotillard is quite the femme fatale on the July/August cover of WSJ Magazine. Captured by Josh Olins with styling by David Vandewal, Marion wows in a bejeweled black gown. Inside the issue, the brunette also opens up about modeling for Dior and other shoots, “A good model is someone who will create a story with an image. You won’t be inspired the same way by every outfit.”
Friendly Fashion – The brain child of fashion editor Matthew Edelstein, Friends & Associates debuts its first collection for the resort 2013 season featuring pieces inspired by iconic uniforms. Models Nastya Kusakina and Vasilisa Pavlova wear the simple silhouettes matched with playful patterns and flower-decorated hats in these lookbook images. Friends & Associates offers basics for women with influences ranging from military, waitress and even cheerleader uniforms using color-blocking, pleats and streetwear aesthetics for modern wardrobe staples. / Photos by Hugh Lippe, Styling by David Vandewal
Look on the Bright Side – The November issue of WSJ, the Wall Street Journal Magazine, gets a revamp with Richard Burbridge’s colorful fall portraits starring Bette Franke. Styled by David Vandewal, Bette is like a doll playing dress up in extravagant looks from labels such as Givenchy, Prada, Jil Sander and Marc Jacobs. / Makeup by Peter Philips, Hair by Yannick d’Is
Chaos Theory – David Vandewal pieces together a wardrobe of jumbled prints and patterns for the fall fashion issue of T Magazine. Lensed by Boo George, model Joan Smalls sports the psychedelic prints of Jil Sander, Balmain, Giorgio Armani and others in a gritty warehouse setting.
Hailey Clauson gets cooking for the spring edition of T Style by the New York Times. Photographed by Walter Pfeiffer, Hailey sports a wardrobe of the most colorful ensembles from the season featuring labels such as Stella McCartney, Yves Saint Laurent and Christopher Kane styled by David Vandewal.
The holiday issue of the New York Times Style Magazine brings in bright and bold colors for the spring in Emma Summerton’s Zing! Featuring Tali Lennox, Luisa Bianchin, Pauline Van der Cruysse, Fabiana Mayer and Emily Senko the model group takes to the streets in airy ensembles from the likes of Rodarte, Lacoste and Oscar de la Renta styled by David Vandewal.