Winter Wasteland – Lensed by Samantha Rapp, model Jamie Bochert poses for the March 2013 edition of Vice Magazine. Styled by Christian Stroble, the dark beauty dons a wintry wardrobe of designer labels as she walks the snow-filled streets in the black and white images. / Hair by Ramona Eschbach, Makeup by Valerie Gasparis
Performing Beauty – Jamie Bochert is the latest model enlisted for the autumn-winter 2013 campaign from Aussie jewelry label ManiaMania. Titled “Performance”, Jamie enchants in a romantic series of images lensed by Stacey Mark in New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel. The brunette looks very bohemian with gold headpieces and other accessories surrounded by flowers and candle light.
City Moments – The highly anticipated Maison Martin Margiela and H&M collaboration hits stores on November 15th, and we have a look at the accompanying campaign photographed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. With creative direction by Markus Kiersztan, the images feature Marie-Sophie Wilson, Julia Nobis, Jamie Bochert and Diana Dondoe posing on the streets of Paris with a refined yet avant-garde style. / Styling by Sabina Schreder
The New Armor – Always known for its nontraditional covers, the fall-winter issue of Pop turns to photographer Viviane Sassen for two trippy images starring Jamie Bochert and Sui He. The girls appear limbless in the autumn designs of Chanel and Balenciaga respectively–and the effect is high impact indeed.
Chanel Lady – Jamie Bochert is pure elegance in the press kit images from Chanel’s fall 2012 haute couture collection. Captured by creative director Karl Lagerfeld, the brunette is striking in tweeds, crystal embellishments and classic silhouettes from the “New Vintage” collection. In case you missed it, view the haute couture show here.
Anja Rubik (Next)
BLK Beauties – Photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin recently held a casting and shot 100 women in the BLK DNM Tux Jacket 11. We have a selection of the stunning black and white portraits featuring models Anja Rubik, Aline Weber, Alyssa Miller, Behati Prinsloo, Cara Delevingne, Charlotte Free, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Dotuzen Kroes, Elisa Sednaoui, Jamie Bochert, Kel Markey, Lily Donaldson, Maryna Linchuk, Maud Welzen and Xiao Wen–but you can view all 100 images on BLKDNMCloseup.com.
Balenciaga’s Power Dressing – Balenciaga designer Nicolas Ghesquière sent out his own vision of 80′s power dressing with the label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Coats with puffed-up shoulders opened the show, featuring bright dresses in electric blue and scarlet layered underneath. Metallic detailing and graphic prints brought a futuristic appeal to the strong silhouettes. Besides outerwear, the autumn season also offered mid-length skirts and slouchy trousers.
Proenza Schouler’s Cool Woman – After spring’s secretarial inspired fashion, Proenza Schouler designers Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough focused on modern, Japanese inspired silhouettes for fall 2012. Models hit the runway in androgynous shapes with asymmetrical necklines and skin-baring hemlines. A color palette of pure white graduated into electric blue, burgundy and crimson red hues matched with Eastern patterns. A story of contrast, Proenza’s protagonist was elegant yet sporty, modern yet classic, youthful yet mature for the new season.
Dreaming in Color – The Last Magazine taps Lachlan Bailey and Alastair McKimm for a story set at Carsten Höller’s exhibition “Experience” located in the New Museum. Model Jamie Bochert wears colorful spring ensembles from the likes of Balenciaga, Altuzarra and Mary Katrantzou in the surreal images. / Makeup by Romy Soleimani, Hair by Teddy Charles
The Mad Hatter – For fall 2012, Marc Jacobs teamed up with milliner Stephen Jones to help envision his latest collection filled with oversize and floppy hats that could easily belong to Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter. Playing with the fairytale theme, Jacobs offered a fantastical play on proportions in the form of bulky skirts and jackets layered expertly for the autumn season. The color palette was steeped in moody hues with accents of gold, powder pink and lilac. Patterns ranged from paisley to floral which broke up the heavy silhouettes with levity. The show ended on a more subdued note, featuring a few pared down ensembles that lengthened in hemlines and flattened in shape.