The Eclectic Portrait – Karmen Pedaru takes on wild fall looks for Numéro #127 lensed by Greg Kadel. Karmen’s eclectic looks are selected by fashion editor Elizabeth Sulcer who pieces together a wardrobe of Balmain, Stella McCartney, Lanvin, Prada and others. The Estonian stunner takes on the dewy makeup of Mariel Barrera and sleek hair of Franco Gobbi in the studio shots.
Karmen Pedaru shows her plumage for the October cover from Numéro lensed by Greg Kadel.
The Print Life – Patricia van der Vliet takes on classic styling with modern prints for the October issue of Vogue Spain lensed by Greg Kadel. Outfitted in bold shapes by Miu Miu, Givenchy, Celine, Balenciaga and others styled by Havana Laffitte, Patricia luxuriates against sun and sky. Patricia’s retro look is then completed with voluminous curls by Raymond Mclaren and dewy makeup by Mariel Barerra.
Tuxedo Glamour – Sui He and Xiao Wen steal the show from male models Joan Mirangels, Ryan Kennedy and Paolo Anchisi for the latest issue of Numéro Homme. Photographed by Greg Kadel, the duo dons elegant gowns from Gucci, Tom Ford, Versace and others styled by Charles Varenne while the guys take on sleek tuxedos.
Autumn Spirit – Jac Jagaciak takes on the role of vixen in Greg Kadel’s dynamic studio images for Numéro #126. Styled by Bill Mullen, Jac delivers a lesson in posing with billowing dresses and tribal accessories from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin, Roberto Cavalli and Gucci. Topped off with wild hair by Duffy and flawless makeup by Mariel Barrera, Jac gets swept up in fall fashion.
Inguna Butane by Greg Kadel (2005)
Italian Vogue Beauty Story from Greg Kadel Studios on Vimeo.
Greg Kadel Studios shares a film taken during Kadel’s latest Vogue Italia shooting with the gorgeous Michaela Kocianova. Whether in stills or motion, the results are breathtaking.
Wild Thing – Greg Kadel tackles tribal fashion for Numéro #124′s cover shoot starring Daphne Groeneveld. Styled by Bill Mullen in an over-the-top selection of accessories, Daphne rocks some of the season’s most notable looks from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Proenza Schouler. / Hair by Duffy, Makeup by Mariel Barrera