Ultra Sonic – Rising star Kolfinna Kristófersdóttir covers the June-July issue of Australian publication Russh wearing an intense gaze and tousled tresses. Inside the magazine, Kolfinna poses for Alex Franco’s lens in standout spring pieces from the likes of Lanvin, Jonathan Saunders, Giorgio Armani and Jean Paul Gaultier styled by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. Playing with shape and color, the Icelandic beauty’s wardrobe has an edgy yet timeless appeal. / Hair by Mark Hampton, Makeup by Laura Dominique
Russh’s new issue and iPad app are available on June 6th.
La Voz Dormida Guerrilla Girl – Usually known for playing the role of bombshell, Edita Vilkeviciute shows off her tougher side for a military inspired story featured in the latest V Magazine Spain. Photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg, Edita wears some of spring’s most soldier-like pieces from labels such as Balenciaga, Miu Miu and Lanvin styled by Gillian Wilkins. Despite being in a war zone, the blonde remains sharp with stylishly tousled tresses by hair stylist Shon and dewy skin by makeup artist Pep Gay.
Simply Lara – Following up a pared down cover, Lara Stone keeps it natural in the main editorial for Vogue Netherlands’ May issue. In front of Josh Olins’ lens, the Dutch beauty wears simple knits and a glittering Christopher Kane top styled by Gillian Wilkins. Tousled tresses by hair stylist Sam McKnight and understated makeup by Lucia Pica complete the laid-back ensembles.
Be Foolish – We have a sneak peak at the new issue of one of our favorite Australian glossies, Russh Magazine. The publication taps Josefien Rodermans and Jessica Miller for its April-May covers with photography by Nick Dorey and Amy Troost respectively. Styled by fashion director Gillian Wilkins, the girls go into the studio and on location wearing ultra-modern looks. Russh’s new issue hits newsstands on April 4th in Australia.
Breath of Spring – Elsa Sylvan stars in a pared down beauty story for Russh Magazine #44. Shot by Elle Muliarchyk, the blonde beauty wears the spring designs of Miu Miu, Chanel, Rodarte and Prada pieced together by Gillian Wilkins. The intimate images are perfected by barely there makeup by Cynthia Rose and tousled locks by Luke Baker.
Small Flowers Crack Concrete – After taking a look at the cover yesterday, we have an exclusive first look at Russh Magazine’s main editorial starring Mirte Maas. In front of Hugh Lippe’s lens, Mirte is a stunning vision in ivory looks styled by Gillian Wilkins which feature the work of Carven, Louis Vuitton, Jil Sander and Stella McCartney amongst others. Mussed hair by Chi Wong and barely there makeup by Maki H give Mirte an all natural look in the romantic images.
Everlasting Love – Russh taps Mirte Maas for its February-March issue set to hit newsstands February 1st. Captured by Hugh Lippe with styling by Gillian Wilkins, Mirte is a romantic vision in white.
Wild Beauty – Marique Schimmel is all natural for the cover shoot of Australian glossy, Russh #43. Photographed by Nick Dorey with styling by Gillian Wilkins, Marique shows off her bohemian side as she sports a wardrobe of eclectic prints featuring the work of Donna Karan, Just Cavalli, Richard Nicoll and others.
Marique Schimmel is “born to be” on the December-January edition of Australian magazine, Russh. Marique was photographed by Nick Dorey and styled by Gillian Wilkins for the new issue.
Also, check out Russh’s new App out now on RusshMagazine.com
Two Tone Tuesday – Britt Maren plays the role of fashion victim in this tongue and cheek story lensed by Hugh Lippe for Russh’s latest issue. Styled by Gillian Wilkins in casual, lingerie inspired looks from the likes of Ralph Lauren, American Apparel and Jeremy Scott; Britt rocks feathered locks by Rolando Beauchamp and a nude lip by Ozzy Salvatierra.