Gwen Loos

rodarte03 Rodarte for Opening Ceremony Fall 2011 Lookbook

Sense and Sensibility - Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy wax nostalgic like no one else in this mix of Scandinavian romanticism and Edwardian meets Lolita style for their fall collaboration with retailer Opening Ceremony. Using ruffles, silky silhouettes, Fair Isle patterns and pastel hues to full effect, the collection has a mood that is at once dreamy, lush and fresh. Gwen Loos and her twin, Donna, grace the lookbook in enchanting images lensed by frequent collaborator Autumn de Wilde.

gareth pugh Gareth Pugh in <em>Pony Step</em> #1 by Terry Tsiolis

Big Gary P- Gareth Pugh’s designs captivate the fashion world with their futuristic and larger than life shapes. For the inaugural issue of Pony Step, the publication pays tribute to Pugh’s creations with studio portraits by Terry Tsiolis and stylist Simon Robins. With casting by Anita Bitton, an eclectic group including Danielle Zinaich , Gwen Loos, Pauline Van der Cruysse, Melodie Monrose and Ming Xi don the designs with cool confidence.

difference Jana K, Gwen Loos & Anais Pouliot for <em>Vogue Nippon</em> February 2011 by Daniel Jackson

Ringing in the new year with bold beauty, the February issue of Vogue Nippon enlists Daniel Jackson to shoot a story of red lips, nude eyes and natural hues. Featuring Anna Christine Speckhart, Jana Knauerova, Gwen Loos and Anais Pouliot styled by Alastair McKimm, the unique beauties wear the beauty creations of makeup artist Linda Cantello and hair stylist Esther Langham in It Makes a Difference.

frenchcovers <em>French Revue de Modes</em> Fall / Winter 2010 Covers | 13 Models by Thierry Le Gouès

Thierry Le Gouès shoots a model army of thirteen established and up-and-coming girls for the fall-winter issue of French Revue de Modes. Incliding Tara Gill, Meghan Collison, Gwen Loos, India, Hannah Holman, Lisanne de Jong, Mavara, Mathilde Frachon, Anna Cleveland, Hind, Jeneil Williams, Yulia Kharlapanova and Kate Kosushkina, each girl brings her own unique personality to the cover page. Which one is your favorite?