Dark Chanel – After Chanel’s showing of a darker, more rock and roll fall collection, Dazed & Confused’s August issue enlists photographer Hugh Lippe for an outdoor story full of gloom and intrigue. Outfitted by Tracey Nicholson, a posessed Mirte Maas takes to the woods in the fashion house’s moody color palette.
A Narcissistic Ballad – Britt Maren is the perfect balance between feminine and tough for this sleek story published in Exit Magazine’s spring-summer issue. Lensed by Hugh Lippe, Britt is ruler of her domain in monochromatic pieces from labels such as Junya Watanbe, Givenchy and Jeremy Scott styled by Joanne Blades.
Dark Emotions – Rising musician Sky Ferreira is a cross between enchantress and rock star in this series of photographs by Hugh Lippe for StyleCaster. The strong images are emphasized by Bernadette Pascua’s colorful illustrations and stylist Martha Violante’s dramatic, all black ensembles.
Iconized – Looking towards the future as well as the past for inspiration, the premier issue of Virgine recreates iconic looks with the help of ten photographers, twenty models and stylist Hissa Igarashi. From Audrey Hepbern to Grace Jones, photographers Hugh Lippe, Bjarne Jonasson, Seiji Fujimori, Ryan Yoon, Tim Zaragoza, David Schulze, Sebastian Mader, Rony Shram, Chek Wu and Erik Swain capture Tiiu Kuik, Iekeliene Stange, Natalie Keyser and many others in memorable roles male and female alike.
The Roll of Thunder – Hugh Lippe brings a touch of mystery to the fall 2011 campaign from Cushnie et Ochs where models Ranya Mordanova, Anne Sophie Monrad and Lydia take to a desert setting. Styled by Keegan Singh, the trio dons Cushnie’s sleek and contemporary silhouettes with graceful movement.
She’s In Control – Fashion personality Nicole Richie dons a wardrobe of some of spring’s most memorable looks for the spring-summer issue of The Block. Lensed by Hugh Lippe, fashion editor James Worthington DeMolet brings classic Hollywood glamour into a new decade with his selection of stand-out looks from Marchesa, Zac Posen, Christian Dior and others.
Dorothea Barth Jorgensen stars in a sultry yet unconventional beauty story for the latest Exit Magazine. In front of Hugh Lippe’s lens, Dorothea transforms under the direction of hair stylist Jeff Francis and makeup artist Kristin Gallegos in The London Hang-up. / Styling by Farah Pidgeon