In Bloom – Viviane Sassen takes to the colorful outdoors for her latest work in Dazed & Confused’s July issue. Capturing Lisanne de Jong in fashion editor Katie Shillingford’s vibrant technicolored selects, the designs of Rag & Bone, Jil Sander, Sonia Rykiel, Gucci and more get layered up for a dynamic and energetic effect.
Where Have All the Flowers Gone? – Lina Scheynius brings her dreamy style to the pages of June’s Dazed & Confused where models Liu Xu and Hyun Yi take to the outdoors in clean and simple looks. Styled by fashion editor Katie Shillingford in the designs of Givenchy, Rick Owens, Chanel and others–the ethereal duo gives a stellar performance in the intimate snaps.
Tough Girl – Embracing this season’s western inspired garb, fashion editor Karen Langley pieces together a wardrobe of leather ensembles for the May issue of Dazed & Confused. Starring Heidi Mount and Marcel Castenmiller, photographer Ari Marcopoulos captures the duo in the designs of labels such as Celine, Rodarte and Maison Martin Margiela.
The April edition of Dazed & Confused is titled the Money Issue, and Yelena Yemchuk’s contribution takes hobo chic to new levels with model Suvi Koponen as its star. Styled by Karen Langley, Suvi dons a pattern clashing wardrobe featuring the work of Yohji Yamamoto, Prada, Balenciaga and others in Eat the Rich.
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The March issue of Dazed & Confused is dedicated to model Arizona Muse, and after taking a look at Sharif Hamza’s editorial, we now go on to Benjamin Alexader Huseby’s relaxed story. Styled by Katie Shillingford, Arizona sports many of spring’s trends from casual denim to bright floral prints featuring the work of D&G, Adidas, Prada and more.
Arizona Muse continues to be a rising star in the industry and her four solo girl covers for Dazed & Confused March only make her star that much brighter. The first issue dedicated to one model for Dazed, Arizona’s covers were lensed by Mark Segal, Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Kacper Kasprzyk and Sharif Hamza in four distinct styles.