Midday in Paris – Gianluca Santoro returns to the always inspiring setting of Paris, France for FGR’s latest exclusive starring Nadine Wolfbeisser. Wearing a wardrobe of sophisticated autumn looks styled by Rossana Passalacqua, Nadine is the very image of feminine beauty in designs from the likes of Dries van Noten, Miu Miu, Lanvin and Jil Sander. Sleek curls by Frank Nemox and classic makeup by Mickael Noiselet complete the chic midday outing.
Baby, the Classics Never Fade – Photographer Angelo D’Agostino and stylist Stella Lee team up for a story of classic glamour with FGR’s latest exclusive featuring Erin Fee. Paying homage to decade spanning looks ranging from the 1920s to 1980s, Lee serves up a wardrobe of vintage pieces from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta. Erin takes on the twentieth century classics with gusto in dramatic makeup by Beau Nelson and lush curls by Michelle Navar. / Special thanks to Rare Vintage and House of Lavande.
Because the Night – New face Kaila Hart shows off her rock and roll attitude in Sam Hendel’s recent black and white photographs for Fashion Gone Rogue. Embracing a wardrobe of leather and simple tees styled by Monique Santos, Kaila dons laid-back designs from the likes of Jac & Jack, Ksubi, Carven and Iro. Topped off with mussed hair and smudged eyes by Jaclyn Hnitko, the dark-haired stunner oozes relaxed confidence in the studio shots.
Datcha – Australian based photographer Ross Laurence takes a trip to Russia with model Ulia True for a story of rustic fashion and quiet solitude. Shot in a traditional Russian summer country house, or datcha, Ulia takes on classic ensembles as well with lightweight selects from stylist Vladislava Belyaeva. Featuring pieces from the likes of H&M, Prada and Zara, Ulia oozes natural beauty in the stunning outdoor series.
Miranda Kerr by Seth Sabal
Seth Sabal is a New York based photographer most well known for his captivating portraits of models and landscape photographs. Working with a range of models from Victoria’s Secret girls to newer faces and iconic beauties, each photograph captures something special about its subject. Recently, Sabal talked to FGR about his upcoming projects, thoughts on the industry and what inspires his work.
My style is simple, it’s not complicated lighting, it’s about connection, I want to capture the person, show the clothing and entertain the idea that makes us all feel compelled to look again.
Hanalei – Photographer Zachary Handley enlists Hanalei Reponty for a story of minimal fashion and quiet solitude with FGR’s latest exclusive. In a wardrobe of light layers pieced together by Elle Packham, Hanalei relishes in an outdoor setting complete with soft tresses by Rae Bouribon and natural makeup by Laura Anne.
La Rive Gauche – Gianluca Santoro takes to Paris’ La Rive Gauche for his most recent work starring Nicole Trunfio for Fashion Gone Rogue. Outfitted by Rossana Passalacqua in fall pieces from the likes of Dries von Noten, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent and Miu Miu, Nicole sports retro curls by Franco Argento and lightweight makeup by Tatyana Makarova in the stylish shots.
Le Désir from alvinnguyen on Vimeo.
Le Désir – Kelsey Jean Harding shows us dual sides in this FGR exclusive by Alvin Nguyen, with editing and cinematography by Matthew Plaxco. The black and white film finds Kelsey showing off her good girl side with a sleek bun and sweet make-up by Niko Weddle and Madeline Roosevelt, only to let loose with a seductive edge.
The 32nd Floor – Karlina Caune plays an intriguing beauty in photographer Lara Giliberto sensuous portraits for Fashion Gone Rogue. Towering over the city on the 32nd floor, Karlina gets swathed in the lush selects of stylist James V. Thomas with designs from Versace, Prada, Gucci and others. Wearing a bold red lip by Fumihiro Ban and loose curls by Hélène Bidard, Karlina enjoys a smoke and window view from the top.
Dance’s work for Russh #37, photo by Benny Horne
New York based stylist Stevie Dance first got her start as an intern for Australian publication RUSSH. Soon after that, she moved up the ranks to become fashion editor of the magazine. This summer Dance wrapped her last issue as editor and although her unique and evocative style will be missed at the publication, Dance shows no sign of slowing down as a stylist or creative consultant. Recently, FGR got a chance to ask her a few questions about her personal style, hobbies, music tastes and much more.
For my work and for me, it’s about what I love. From a Lisa Bonet hair-do when I used to be a nut for The Cosby Show, to some t-shirt Courtney Love wore to memories from growing up in Connecticut and on the beach in Australia.