Don’t Be a Drag, Just Be a Queen – i-D’s spring issue is all about royalty and for one of its stories, the publication showcases armored regalness with looks modeled by up and comers Julia Frauche, Karlina Caune, Daga Ziober and Maria Bradley. Captured by Amy Troost with styling by Alastair McKimm, the girls take on fierce frocks from some of fashion’s biggest names including Lanvin, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga and Versace. Spiky locks by Rita Marmor and understated makeup by Pep Gay complete the gladiator inspired ensembles.
Curtsy while you’re thinking, it saves time – Gracing yet another spring cover, Daphne Groeneveld stars in the latest issue of i-D with Richard Bush’s (Trouble Management) pioneer themed story. Garbed in layers of long jackets and skirts styled by Sarah Richardson, Daphne hits the studio and rugged outdoors wearing standout pieces from Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier, Pringle of Scotland and Mulberry amongst others. On beauty are makeup artist Mathias van Hooff with bronzed skin and hair stylist Karin Bigler with tousled locks. / Casting by Barbara Nicoli & Leila Ananna @ Trouble Management
Wrapped Up – Joan Smalls and Benjamin Eidem cover the fifth and sixth covers of i-D’s winter issue. Photographed by Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Willy Vanderperre wit styling by Jane How and Olivier Rizzo, the models look ahead towards a stylish winter.
Cover Up – Jourdan Dunn and Saskia de Brauw join Anja Rubik and Hailey Clauson for the next two covers of i-D’s winter issue. Lensed by Alasdair McLelllan and Daniel Jackson respectively, the top model duo covers up for winter with painted nails and full faces of makeup. / Styling by Elgar Johnson and Alasdair McLellan
Warm Up – Anja Rubik and Hailey Clauson nab two covers fr i-D Magazine’s winter 2011 issue. Photographed by David Bailey and Matt Jones respectively, the girls each do their own form of the traditional i-D wink.
It Was Acceptable in the 70s – Photographer John de Lima lenses this fantastically colorful shoot for i-D online featuring model Luma Grothe (Premier). The editorial was shot in artist Samara Scott’s 70s inspired set designed for the Frieze Art Fair, a “visual themepark.” Stylist Sabrina Henry creates looks that fall somewhere between 70s glam and Japanese street fashion, using candy colored selects including John Galliano, Giles, Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane, Marni, Mark Fast, Preen, Gucci and Thakoon. Hair stylist Charlie le Mindu creates pastel and brightly hued tresses, and make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench gives Luma a disco doll face.
Baby Doll – Abbey Lee Kershaw uses her larger than life features to her advantage in this surreal shoot by Richard Bush (Trouble Management) for i-D’s fall issue. Styled by Sarah Richardson in doll-like clothes from labels such as Alberta Ferreti, Prada, Burberry Prorsum and Yves Saint Laurent, Abbey Lee wows with oversize props in the studio shoot.
The Secret of Success is Enthusiasm – Photographer Amy Troost captures ten of fashion’s hottest new faces in this black and white set of portraits for the fall issue of i-D. Models include Ruby Jean Wilson (Ford), Julia Zimmer (Marilyn), Ajak Deng (IMG), Alice Cornish (Ford), Maria (Ford), Alyona Subbotina (Marilyn), Ataui Deng (Trump), Sojourner Morrell (Wilhelmina), Kate King (Ford) and Wang Xiao (Wilhelmina). Stylist Clare Richardson’s casual, youthful looks give the girls a sense of fresh ease. | Hair by Rita Marmor. Make-up by Pep Gay.
Autumn Stars – i-D’s fall issue enlists four major faces of fashion with top photographers behind the lens. Cover stars Abbey Lee Kershaw, Carine Roitfeld, Fei Fei Sun and Lara Stone all showcase the traditional i-D wink with photos by Richard Bush, Terry Richardson, Daniel Jackson and David Bailey respectively.
Tightly Wound – Raquel Zimmermann takes on strictly sexy ensembles in Josh Olins’ outdoor shoot for the pre-fall issue of i-D. Styled to the nines by Alastair McKimm, Raquel sports tight curls and smokey eyes in the designs of Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Loewe, The Row and others.