A Tailored Outing – Tailoring is key for the spring season as shown by this story in Marie Claire Netherlands’ January issue. Philip Riches captures Dewi Driegen in pared down looks with sharp lines styled by Anouk van Griensven. The blonde poses with quirky expressions in the glam, studio images. / Hair by Daan Kneppers, Makeup by Pernell Kusmus
Classic Matte – Josefien Rodermans wows in classic beauty looks for the January issue of Vogue Taiwan, lensed by Yossi Michaeli. Stylist Melaney Oldenhof selects standout pieces from the likes of Lanvin, Bottega Veneta and 3.1 Phillip Lim for the Dutch model to wear. Hair stylist Charlie Taylor creates Josefien’s sleek coifs while makeup artist Deanna Melluso gives her a bold lip.
Must-Have Looks – Mango releases a new style book for the month of January featuring key looks from its spring 2013 collection. Silhouettes are slim and androgynous; with a rock and roll attitude in neutral shades. A fresh mix of lightweight knits, form-fitting pants, casual denim and double-breasted jackets gives a relaxed vibe to the New Year.
American Beauty – Blonde beauty Kate Upton shows off her casual side in the January 4th cover story of Elle France. The American model poses for the lens of Matt Jones (Trish South Management) in laid-back looks from the likes of DSquared2, Topshop, Zadig & Voltaire and Princesse Tam Tam styled by fashion editor Nora Bordjah. For beauty, Kate rocks tousled tresses courtesy of hair stylist Adir Abergel and a smokey eye by Kate Lee.
El Efecto Vintage – Edita Vilkeviciute is casual yet sexy in the January cover story of Vogue Spain, wearing looks inspired by decades past. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier with styling by Belén Antolin, Edita wows in rock and roll style featuring the designs of Roberto Cavalli, Lanvin, Bottega Veneta and Nina Ricci amongst others. Tousled tresses courtesy of Damien Boissinot (Jed Root) and understated makeup by Yadim Carranza (Calliste) give the blonde a beautifully undone look.
Los Nuevos Setenta – Jacquelyn Jablonski looks very posh in the January cover story of Vogue Latin America, wearing pieces evoking 70′s style. With art direction by John Paul Tran, photographer David Roemer lenses the brunette while Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) styles her in the designs of Gucci with accessories from other labels. On beauty are hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and makeup artist Christian McCulloch with a retro touch.
Pop Rocks – Britt Maren dons kaleidoscopic looks for the January style book from online retailer, Nasty Gal. The blonde is casual cool in a mix of graphic prints, bold metallics and high platforms. Photographed by Zoey Grossman with styling by Ashley Glorioso, Britt proves to be anything but a wallflower in her rainbow-hued ensembles.
Anti-Kahraman – Laura Kampman transforms into a fiery redhead for the January edition of Vogue Turkey, photographed by Emre Unal. The rising star wears a wardrobe of sleek looks from the likes of Michael Kors, Hakaan, Balmain and Celine styled by Mahizer Aytas. Makeup artist Gulum Erzincan gives the Dutch beauty a red lip while hair stylist Ibrahim Zengin creates her undone tresses.
Art of the Matter – Langley Fox Hemingway has fun in wild prints and color, surrounded by illustrations she made for the January/February issue of Foam Magazine. With geometric shapes, animal prints, color-blocked ensembles, dark lips, and a tousled hairstyle, Langley shows off her fun personality in the studio images. Stylist Christine Baker selected these whimsical ensembles while Zoey Grossman snapped shots of the flirty, boisterous model.
Strong Statement – Wearing a wardrobe of graphic prints and bold color-blocking, model Marie Piovesan is the very picture of stoic elegance in the January issue of Vogue China. Captured by Sebastian Kim, Marie dons the resort designs of Mugler, Givenchy, Prabal Gurung and others selected by Tiina Laakkonen. A futuristic bouffant and understated makeup complete the brunette’s stylish ensembles.