The Good Girls – Alice Rosati captures these vintage style portraits of stunning faces for Fashion Gone Rogue’s most recent exclusive. Juxtaposed with on location shots, models Julia, Amanda Chamberlain, Fanny François, Alima Fofana, Maria Loks and Valeriia don comfy autumn knits. Voluminous locks by hair stylist Franco Argento and smokey eyes by makeup artist Tiziana Raimondo complete the elegantly relaxed style.
Feels Good Being Better – Bright, autumn looks are put on full display with Madrid based photographer Renata Paskal’s recent studio images shot for FGR. Wearing a wardrobe of bold selects styled by Virgina Burgueño, model Anna Martynova sports looks from labels as Mango, Moschino, Lacoste and Adolfo Dominguez with a elegant ease. Sleek hair and blushed cheeks by makeup artist Ricardo Calero bring a girly twist to the mature ensembles.
Cruel Summer – Photographer Bo Brinkenfalk shares a tribute to Amy Winehouse with this glam story featuring pieces from Versace’s recent H&M collaboration which also hits stores this week. Styled by Gordana Zlatanovic, model Signe sports colorful designs inspired by the greatest hits of Gianni Versace. A voluminous beehive and pink lips by beauty artist Eva Brodin are paired up with large hoop earrings, proving that summer never really ends.
Tyke – Evoking the style of the 90′s classic Clueless, photographer Billy Rood captures a playful Stasia Tomasek for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Sporting angora sweaters and pleated skirts selected by Favia, Stasia is as cute as a button in the designs of Isabel Marant, Viktor & Rolf, Thakoon and Alexander Wang among others. Beauty by hair and makeup artist Nika Vaughan gives her a fresh autumn look with side-swept tresses and bright lipstick.
Solange – Photographer Kathrin Müller-Heffter and stylist Stefanie Schwaiger capture pattern filled looks for the latest FGR exclusive taken on the gritty streets of New York. Starring Brazilian stunner Solange Wilvert, the black and white images showcase the layered, autumn designs of Max Mara, Stuart Weitzman, Henrik Vibskov and others. A sheared hairdo and natural makeup by Alexandra Maria Waldher give Solange an urban flair of all her own.
Le Mars – Taking to the streets of Paris, Olya (Oui Management Paris) dons a wardrobe of military inspired ensembles with Josefina Bietti’s (ABA MGT) relaxed images photographed for Fashion Gone Rogue. Olya’s fiery red locks and soft, dewy makeup by Priscila S. Bueno are the perfect complement to a day of solitary exploring and sight seeing. / Edited by Godiva Art Studio
A Matter of Hart – Kaila 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.
Her Name is Chanel – Nikolay Biryukov captures autumn glamour with pieces from the Chanel archives worn by the stunning Anastasia Shershen for FGR’s latest exclusive. Going from sultry brunette to angelic blonde, Anastasia explores the daytime shadows with elegant gowns and intricate tops. Makeup artist Ernest Muntaniol’s smokey eyes and nude lips bring the outdoor images to pure perfection.
If Love Was Water…I Would Give You the Ocean – Kelley Ash escapes the daily stresses of life in this tranquil story by Annie Edmonds shot for FGR’a latest exclusive. Outfitted by Kate Riney, Kelley wears the perfect autumn wardrobe with a combination of lightweight dresses and heavy furs from labels such as Diane von Furstenberg, Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs and Paul & Joe. Natural makeup by Emily Nickrent and carefree locks by Michelle Hodnett give Kelley a bohemian vibe while roaming the beach.
Lovely Lovisa – Photographer Jesse Laitinen and stylist Tove Öberg-Runfors reunite for a sleek studio shoot lensed for Fashion Gone Rogue. Starring new face Lovisa Ekholm in strong silhouettes from labels such as H&M, Acne and Malen Birger, the images are a lesson in minimalist glamour with a contrast of dark and light colors. Lovisa’s sharp looks are completed with teased tresses by Sherin F and ultra-feminine makeup by Alexandra Olsson.