Carretera Secundaria – Malgosia Bela takes on western style for the August cover shoot of Vogue Spain, lensed by Greg Kadel. Malgosia joins male model Cedric Bihr in autumn looks from the likes of Prada, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana styled by fashion editor Havana Laffitte as they travel a desert landscape from day to night. / Hair by David von Cannon, Mariel Barrera
Designer Intimates – Barbara Palvin strips down to sexy intimates in these images shot for Victoria’s Secret’s summer “Designer Collection”. VS Chief Creative Officer Janie Schaffer strove to create ultra-feminine looks for the high-end lingerie pieces. Photographed by Greg Kadel, Barbara wows in a mix of delicate lace, airy chiffon and rich satin.
The Trainer – Greg Kadel captures a dark, workout inspired shoot for the June-July edition of Numéro featuring Caroline Brasch Nielsen, Madison Headrick and Robert Torres. Caroline and Madison play the dominate roles in metallic accessories and structured silhouettes from the likes of Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin and Versace styled by Elizabeth Sulcer. On beauty are hair stylist Cim Mahony and makeup artist Mariel Barrera. / Production by Ernesto Qualizza
Dance Étoile – The Lights, Camera, Action issue of i-D features a dramatic and beautifully photographed editorial of Malgosia Bela as a dancer. Photographer Greg Kadel captures the model in action as she dissolves into rapturous movements, wearing pieces from Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga selected by stylist Havana Laffitte. The beauty of the images truly comes to life in a short film set to music by violinist Daniel Bensi, which perfectly highlights Malgosia’s captivating turn as a prima ballerina. / View the print story here.
Performing Arts – Malgosia Bela channels her inner dancer for Greg Kadel’s stage-set images featured in the summer issue of i-D. This also marks Kadel’s first story for the British publication. Malgosia tells a story with her movements as she steps into the spotlight wearing standout designs from the likes of Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Jil Sander and Louis Vuitton selected by stylist Havana Laffitte. Undone hair by Ward Stegerhoek and a powdered face by Lisa Houghton perfect the performer’s looks. / Production by Ernesto Qualizza
Pop – Abbey Lee Kershaw reunites with Greg Kadel for a fashion story with a pop art twist for the May issue of Numéro. With illustrations by Mel Kadel, Abbey Lee sports the patterned pieces of Salvatore Ferragamo, Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, Isabel Marant and others selected by fashion editor Samuel François in the black and white images. Windswept hair by Franco Gobbi and flawless makeup by Kabuki serve as beauty for the shoot. / Production by Ernesto Qualizza, Retouching by Hans Purwa @ Revolver
The Faces – Greg Kadel captures new faces Katryn Kruger, Karlina Caune and Franziska Müller wearing spring couture for the May issue of Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels, the trio dons designs from the likes of Dior, Versace and Valentino Haute Couture in the striking studio images. On beauty are hair stylist Franco Gobbi and makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds. / Casting by Julia Lange
Color Fantastic – Greg Kadel captures Constance Jablonski in bold spring prints and patterns for a high gloss shoot featured in Numéro #132. Set against various backdrops, stylist Bill Mullen selects colorful looks from Roberto Cavalli, Salvatore Ferragamo, Chanel and many more with a lingerie twist. A slicked back coif by Raymond McLaren and nontraditional lipstick choices by Francelle Daly-Poiblanc complete the flamboyant outfits.
Aquellos Maravillosos Años – Cameron Russell spends a day in suburbia in Greg Kadel’s sun-drenched shoot for the April issue of Vogue Spain. Garbed in spring pieces from the likes of Miu Miu, Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs and Givenchy amongst others styled by Havana Laffitte, Cameron spends a day of relaxation with the neighborhood kids. / Hair by Chi Wong, Makeup by Mariel Barrera
Hollyweird – Sigrid Agren does a little costume play for Numéro #131, photographed by Greg Kadel. Garbed in large headdresses and spring looks from the likes of Givenchy, Roberto Cavalli, Calvin Klein and Rick Owens styled by Patti Wilson; Sigrid hits the streets of Hollywood with a masked companion. Flaw free hair and makeup by Franco Gobbi and Mariel Barrera complement the blonde’s strange ensembles. / Set design by Peter Klein