Sudden Sleep – Armin Morbach captures a sleepy Dempsey Stewart for the summer issue of Tush Magazine. Wearing eclectic looks from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Chanel and Louis Vuitton styled by Katrin Gerhardy, Dempsey’s narcolepsy travels from the grocery store to the laundromat. Wet tresses by hair stylist Nicolas Eldin and metallic eyeshadow by makeup artist Loni Baur complete the brunette’s eccentric styles. / Casting by Roxane Dia
The Beat Kids – Mark Kean captures Dempsey Stewart and male model Jester rocking beatnik style for the April-May issue of Wonderland Magazine. The duo dons a wardrobe of all McQ by Alexander McQueen styled by Julia Sarr Jamois in a bar room setting. Dempsey and her beau evoke youthful nonchalance with hair and makeup by Karin Bigler and Lucy Burt.
Owens’ Fiery Fall – Taking a dark turn from spring’s parade of white, designer Rick Owens was back to black and grey for his fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. All the usual trappings of Owens’ creations were out in full form–the long silhouettes, leather works and futuristic undertones appeared against a setting of fire. Models took to the runway wearing stark red lips and mesh masks in the post-apocalyptic designs. For the finale, Owens offered some prints in the form of checkered plaid matched with slouchy trousers layered under skirts.
Farhi’s London Woman – For fall 2012, Nicole Farhi chose to make clothes for the modern woman with a moody outing of tailored jackets, form-fitting skirts and elegant dresses. A far cry from last season’s pastel hues–autumn was all about sleek, streamlined silhouettes in shades of dark emerald, black, ivory and bronze. The heavy outerwear was paired with thin belts around the waist, charcoal stockings and leather gloves. Farhi embellished the strong shapes with glittering sequins and paillettes, bringing a glamorous edge to the structured shapes.
House of Holland’s Electric Fall – For fall 2012, House of Holland’s Henry Holland sent out an array of colorful patterns in primary colors. Whether an enlarged houndstooth print or zig zag stripes, the upbeat collection oozed youth with playful ruffles, flared pants and metallic accents. The flirty silhouettes were matched with patterned stockings or socks and chunky, platform heels. For beauty, models walked down the runway with bright red lips and messy ponytails reflecting the carefree spirit of autumn.
Ladylike Edge – Taking the slot as the final major show of New York Fashion Week, Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa presented a mix of ladylike silhouettes with a modern edge for the label’s fall 2012 collection. Known for its minimal appeal, the new season focused on dramatic, hourglass shapes in hues of coral, black, wheat and ash grey. Lush materials of mohair, tweed, leather, wool and shearling were matched with metallic belts cinched at the waist. Beauty also coincided with the severe clothing as models took to the runway in slicked back hair and understated makeup.
On Display – Dempsey Stewart is a demure, ladylike vision in the spring 2012 campaign from London-based shoe label Gordon Scott. Photographed by Blair Getz Mezibov with art direction Ashley Hodge, Dempsey sports lush curls by hair stylist Adrian Clark and a pink lip by makeup artist Kirstin Piggott. / Styling by Anthony Unwin
Where the Red Fern Grows – Dempsey Stewart is part scarecrow and part tribal princess for the fifth issue of b Magazine. Photographed by Tom Allen, Dempsey’s wardrobe of eclectic prints and sleek shapes are juxtaposed with natural settings for a rustic touch. Stylist Steven Westgarth selects pieces from the likes of Christopher Kane, Bernhard Willhelm and JW Anderson to complement the Aussie beauty’s tousled locks and understated makeup.
Winter Beauty – Emma Tempest captures Dempsey Stewart for the beauty opener of Vogue Russia’s January issue. Styled by Michelle Duguid in lush fur, Dempsey is true blue with hair and makeup by Maarit Niemela and Kenneth Soh.
Dempsey Stewart (Marilyn Paris) is looking über fresh in Stella McCartney for these recent digital updates.