Enninful Styles Prada’s Iconoclasts–Prada is launching the revival of its Iconoclasts, a project where stylists transform the looks of its stores. For 2014, the Italian label has tapped Edward Enninful–W Magazine’s fashion director. The Milan boutique and campaign images, which were photographed by Emma Summerton, are inspired by the Harlem Renaissance movement and will feature mannequins in designs from the spring collection as well as vintage pieces.
Dark Glamour – Model Daria Strokous lands her first Gucci campaign with the Italian label’s pre-fall 2013 advertisements. The Russian beauty poses for Mert & Marcus’ lens in classic silhouettes styled by W Magazine’s Edward Enninful. Hair stylist Luigi Murenu and makeup artist Tom Pecheux are on beauty for the new campaign.
Emma Grown Up – Emma Watson has seemingly made her transition from child actress to a womanly star wearing Louis Vuitton on the June-July cover of W Magazine. The dark-haired beauty and star of the upcoming film “The Bling Ring” shows off a sophisticated side in glossy images photographed by Michael Thompson. Styled by Edward Enninful, Emma wears looks inspired by film noir from the likes of Chanel, Erdem and Marc Jacobs inside the magazine.
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Earth Angel – Looking as ethereal as ever, model Daria Werbowy takes to the great outdoors for these stunning images shot by Ryan McGinley for the January issue of W Magazine. Fashion Director Edward Enninful selects some of spring’s most romantic pieces from labels such as Valentino, Etro, Louis Vuitton and Alexander McQueen for the Canadian beauty to wear as she blends in with flora imagery. Courtesy of hair stylist Jimmy Paul and makeup artist Dick Page (Jed Root), beauty is kept simple and understated.
Sleep No More – Mert & Marcus capture longtime muse Natalia Vodianova for this hauntingly dreamlike story featured in W Magazine’s December issue. The Russian model poses in a flooded apartment wearing neon-hued looks from the winter collections of Givenchy, Marc Jacobs and Miu Miu amongst others styled by fashion director Edward Enninful. / Hair by Julien d’Ys for Julien d’Ys, Makeup by Charlotte Tilbury
Queen of the Screen – Spanish actress Penelope Cruz nabs the September cover of W Magazine wearing a black top by Givenchy and opulent jewels. Mert & Marcus captured Penelope with styling by fashion director Edward Enninful for the new issue which hits stores later this month. See a preview of the cover shoot under the cut.
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Super Modern Supermodels – Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls join forces for the July cover shoot of W Magazine, photographed by Steven Meisel. The top model duo wears fall looks from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Prada, Viktor & Rolf and Tom Ford selected by style director Edward Enninful. Meisel captures the girls in 90s style with windswept tresses by Oribe and flawless makeup by Pat McGrath. / Hair color by Anthony Palermo
W Magazine: Joan Smalls & Karlie Kloss: Super Modern Supermodels
Good Kate, Bad Kate – After taking a look at the striking covers, we share the main editorial from W Magazine’s March edition starring supermodel Kate Moss as an deity-like beauty. Photographer Steven Klein and fashion director Edward Enninful team up for a darker look at the spring collections featuring pieces from labels such as Balenciaga, Jil Sander, The Row and Louis Vuitton. With the help of makeup artist Val Garland (Streeters) and hair stylist Paul Hanlon, Kate proves she’s more than just a pretty face in the haunting images. / Set design by Jack Flanagan
Best in Class – The January edition of W Magazine enlists Emma Summerton for a story featuring some of the most standout looks from the spring-summer collections. Starring an all-star cast including Lily Donaldson, Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevingne and Nyasha Matonhodze; the girls wear an extraordinary wardrobe including the designs of Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and others selected by fashion editor Edward Enninful. Red lips by makeup artist Amanda Joyce (Streeters) and slicked back hair by Odile Gilbert give a classic touch to the dark images.
Seaside Spring – Mulberry enlists models Lindsey Wixson and Frida Gustavsson for its spring 2012 campaign shot by Tim Walker. With art direction by Ronnie Cookie Newhouse, the girls take to Brighton Beach in spring brights and loose-fitting silhouettes. Set design by Andy Hillman have Lindsey and Frida lounging on oversize ice cream cones and candy for a sunny day out. / Styling by Edward Enninful, Hair by Malcolm Edwards, Makeup by Val Garland