Candy Punk – Inspired by punk rock style with a colorful twist, Jeff Tse captures Nadya Trofimova for the cover story of FGR’s first print edition. Wearing futuristic tops and glittering accessories styled by Christine de Lassus, Nadya enchants in the designs of Rag and Bone, Marni, A.F. Vandevorst and others. The brunette rocks candy-dipped tresses courtesy of hair stylist Joshua Barrett while makeup artist Glenn Marziali creates a sassy cat eye, and manicurist Yuko Wada gives her nails a metallic sheen.
Color Pop! – Photographed for the first print issue of FGR, model Stella Maxwell takes on winter outerwear with a bold, pink coif in studio images shot by Markus Ziegler. Stylists Shanna Nicole and Elissa Aimee dress Stella in neutral hues from labels such as Burberry Brit, Max Mara and Cynthia Rowley. A stylized hairdo by Shinya Nakagawa and smokey eyes by Christine Cherbonnier complete the sophisticated ensembles.
Black Swan – Photographer Juan Algarin teams up with stylist Giuseppe Pizzuto for a story published in FGR’s first print edition. Sarah Engelland (One Management) is the very definition of elegant in black gowns and dresses paired with gold accessories from labels such as Bottega Veneta, Michel Kors, Versace and Fendi. A short coif and dewy skin by beauty artist Elsa completes the stylish ensembles.
Ladies First – Paul de Luna photographs Ragnhild Jevne in ladylike looks for Fashion Gone Rogue’s first print edition. Styled by Cannon, the blonde beauty gets swept away in the winter designs of Anna Sui, Vivienne Westwood and Bottega Veneta amongst others. Hair stylist Paul Warren creates Ragnhild’s lush curls while makeup artist Chici Saito gives her an ethereal shine.
Sumptuous Lady – Cheyenne Tozzi has a taste for luxury in photographer Hannah Khymych’s black and white exclusive for Fashion Gone Rogue. Styled by Stella Lee in elegant wares from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, J. Mendel, Michael Kors and Blumarine; Cheyenne takes to empty streets and rooftops in sumptuous glamour. /Hair by David Colvin Jr, Makeup by Nina Park
Sasha Pivovarova by Olaf Wipperfurth
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