Hugo Arturi

band6 Bande Des Quatres Collection II Campaign by Hugo Arturi


The World of Quatres – For Montreal-based jewelry label Bande Des Quatres’ second collection, founder and designer Erin Wahed enlists photographer Hugo Arturi for a series of colorful images evoking the geometric inspiration of the collection. Each image reflects the unique style of the handmade pieces made of sterling silver, white gold and precious gemstones influenced by Bauhaus masters and architects.

mila Mila Krasnoiarova by Hugo Arturi for Fashion Gone Rogue

The Baroness – Photographer Hugo Arturi and stylist Jenni Hensler connect for a story influenced by German fashion and cinema circa the 1920′s and 30′s. Mila wears a mix of vintage and contemporary pieces for the perfect marriage between retro and modern style. Hair stylist Gregory Alan is responsible for Mila’s sculpted coif while makeup artist Christine Cherbonnier offers beauty techniques from the early twentieth century in the form of dark berry lips and rouged cheeks.

glam Paisha Coffey by Hugo Arturi for Fashion Gone Rogue

Glam Factor – Inspired by screen sirens such as Brigitte Bardot and Raquel Welch, photographer Hugo Arturi and stylist Krisana Sotelo capture a story of full on glamour for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Starring Paisha Coffey as a dolled up beauty, the images showcase lush furs and sparkling gems. Voluminous curls by Shlomi Mor and a perfect cat eye by Christine Cherbonnier bring the glam ensembles over the top.

lidia Lidia Kochetkova by Hugo Arturi for <em>Fashion Gone Rogue</em>

Shades of Innocence – Jumping fully into the fall season, photographer Hugo Arturi and stylist Mark Holmes offer up a story of warm autumn knits for FGR’s latest exclusive. Model Lidia Kochetkova appears from the shadows in pale layers featuring pieces from the likes of Calvin Klein, Michael Kors and Dolce & Gabbana. Disheveled hair by Hiroya Watase and tawny makeup by Christine Cherbonnier deliver the perfect edge to the relaxed looks.