Iggy on Paper – Rapper and fashion darling Iggy Azalea graces the pages of Paper Magazine’s “Nightlife” issue photographed by Harper Smith. In the cover story, the blonde wears a grunge inspired wardrobe featuring designs from labels such as Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs and Burberry Prorsum styled by Andrew Mukamal. Inside the issue, Iggy talks about the “twerking” phenomenon and Mily Cryrus in some colorful terms, “I’ve been doing that onstage for two-and-a-half years. She probably fucking watched my videos online and decided to try it.”
The Bombshell Next Door – Actress Amber Heard graces the pages of Bullett Magazine’s summer issue, looking wild and carefree in a wardrobe of animal prints. Photographed by Harper Smith and styled by Jessica Bobince, the blonde bombshell wears pieces from the likes of Timo Weiland, Nicole Miller and Topshop in the sunny images.
Read Amber’s interview on BullettMedia.com
A Place in the Sun – LF Stores taps Hannah Holman and Chelsea Tyler, daughter of rock royalty Steven Tyler, for its new festival style book. The duo gets into double trouble in sun-drenched images photographed by Harper Smith. With creative direction and styling by Alexandra Sherman, the girls sport a colorful array of denim, casual tees, sunglasses and bohemian prints.
Shiloh – Influenced by western style, photographer Harper Smith and stylist Stephanie Strate capture a story of outdoor ruggedness juxtaposed with pure feminine glamour. Model Martine Manumalo dons a mix of vintage and contemporary looks from the likes of Giorgio Armani, Cee Gee by Sue Wong and Dolce & Gabbana as she poses in a rustic, farm setting. For beauty, hair and makeup artist Homa Safar creates tousled tresses for Martine to wear.
Spring in Malibu – A new Los Angeles-based label launched by designer Katharine Marinaro, 27 Miles Malibu gets bohemian luxe for its spring 2013 collection. The lookbook images photographed by Harper Smith star model Taylor Leslie in pieces which juxtapose the laid-back style of Malibu with rock and roll glamour. The spring collection is made from luxurious fabrics such as silk, cashmere and velvet in a color palette of cobalt blue, organic green and bright burgundy hues. “While comfort and functionality are key, we strive to introduce innovative, new silhouettes that will be coveted by those with a bohemian style, as well as those with a trend-forward sensibility,” says Marinaro.
Grey Gardens – Photographer Harper Smith and stylist Madley team up for a story of vintage fashions with a modern edge for FGR’s latest exclusive. Models Sabine and Djosfien hit the outdoors in 70s style dresses and bohemian jewelry with nostalgic yet carefree attitudes. Beauty artist Adrienne Herbert is responsible for the duo’s tousled tresses and understated makeup in the sun-drenched images.
Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves – Harper Smith captures Kelley Ash in bohemian inspired looks for the latest issue of Foam Magazine. Wearing a wardrobe of autumn knits, lightweight dresses and fur accents styled by Cory Madley, Kelley gets in touch with nature with these sunny images.
Beautiful. Imperfect. Life. – Photographer Harper Smith collaborates with director Cameron Duddy to capture the essence of youth for Rachel Roy’s fall 2011 campaign. Anissa Von Buse, Anna Hudson, Ragnhild Jevne, Becker and male models Adam Crigler and Andrew A. are free spirited with life, love and sparklers in a nostalgic camp setting. That kind of bohemian free spirit echoes Roy’s collection with its lush patterns, knitwear, velvet and fur. / Hair by Bok Hee. Make-up by Tsipporah Liebman.
Now Virgin – Harper Smith captures Martha and Chelsea in virginal white for her latest work for Flavor Magazine. Styled by Celine Marioni, the duo dons lacy and knitted looks in an outdoor setting fit for a lush day out.
Harper Smith goes back to nature for the winter issue of Factory Magazine. Shooting the wandering trio of Chelsea, Therese and Caitlin, Smith works with stylists CC and Jules for a story of casual fashion paired with the majestic setting of the great outdoors.