It’s a Rio Thing – Fashion glossy 10 Magazine enlists two leading models, Candice Swanepoel and Crystal Renn, for its winter-spring issue. Set in Rio, the girls get glam for the lens of Cédric Buchet and Gregory Harris respectively.
Fresh Season – Bette Franke has a fresh and relaxed look for the fall 2012 advertisements from See by Chloe. With creative direction by Fabien Baron, photographer Gregory Harris (Marek & Associates) captures clean portraits featuring Bette in neutral tones and modern shapes styled by Marie Chaix. On beauty are makeup artist Lucia Pieroni and hair stylist Paul Hanlon.
Pop Goes the World – Model Shannan Click (Women) goes wild for photographer Gregory Harris in this crazy editorial from the pages of Dazed & Confused September. Stylist Tony Irvine references pop culture, assembling looks that combine anime, comic book and cyber goth aesthetic with menacing results, while hair and make-up by Anthony Turner and Yadim is colorful and wide eyed. / Casting Director: Anita Bitton @ The Establishment
The Ricci Life – Actress Christina Ricci stars in Australian publication Oyster Magazine’s latest issue. Photographed by Gregory Harris, Christina plays the role of wild child on the back of a motorcycle and wearing the designs of Burberry Prorsum, Jil Sander, Proenza Schouler and others selected by Stevie Dance.
The Heart of Seoul – Dazed & Confused Korea’s September issue highlights ten of Seoul’s emerging design talents with cover girl Coco Rocha lensed by Gregory Harris and styled by Aeri Yun. Joining male model David Smith, Coco sports the cerebral creations of General Idea, Jihee Shin and Jardin De Chouette among others. Complete with dramatic hair by Dennis Gots and cinematic makeup by Karen Franjola, Coco and David light up the page in the gritty shoot.
New Talent – Captured by Gregory Harris, Vogue Germany highlights a number of up and coming German design talent for its August issue. Styled by Christiane Arp and Nicola Knels, models Iris Strubegger and Katrin Thormann sport the sleek designs of René Storck, Augustin Teboul and others with a rigid elegance.
Kaleidoscopic Color – Following the spring trend of color blocking, the May issue of Interview enlists fashion editor Sarah Ellison for a story of neon hues and equally vibrant hair courtesy of Brent Lawler. Photographed by Gregory Harris, Merethe Hopland and Monika Sawicka perform rock and roll jumps in the designs of Versace, Max Mara and Jil Sander among others.