Foxy or Boxy–The April issue of FLARE Magazine takes a look at the trend of sexy spring looks contrasted with more boyish style. Photographed by Jason Kim, Jamaican beauty Jeneil Williams makes the perfect model for the figure with her feminine yet athletic feature on display in the designs of Calvin Klein, Altuzarra, Rodarte and more styled by Martha Violante. See Jeneil continue to flaunt her physique in the recent Nasty Gal swimwear line announced earlier this week. / Hair by Charlie Taylor, Makeup by Vincent Oquendo, Nails by Honey
Online retailer Nasty Gal is moving into the swim space with an 18-piece range of bathing suits featuring detachable straps and hardware accents in black, white and red. While the e-store sells looks from other labels, this marks its first swim collection under the Nasty Gal name. With prices ranging from $40 to $48, the line comes just in time for spring break. See a preview of the range below with images starring Jeneil Williams. Shop the lookbook on NastyGal.com.
African Shower – The EDUN spring/summer 2013 campaign tells the story of duality and transformation through a love of beautiful clothes starring models Jeneil Williams, Julia Frauche and Ashleigh Good as lensed by photographer Ryan McGinley. Styled by Alastair McKimm in front of an elephant, these natural-looking babes pose in front of a raining, African themed set designed by Peter Klein.
Model Citizens – With the runway shows underway, photographer Matthew James Arthur Payne shares snaps of some of the industry’s best faces. Models Coco Rocha, Anna Selezneva, Arizona Muse, Jeneil Williams and Milagros Schmoll put their best face forward in the black and white images.
Take it Easy – Greg Kadel captures models Cora Emmanuel, Zuri Tibby, Jeneil Williams, Jasmine Tookes, Grace Bol, and Grace Mahary for this colorful story in the pages of September’s Vogue Germany. Styled by Nicola Knels and Lynn Schmidt, the girls wear vibrant hues in flirty fall silhouettes and cool detailing featuring the designs of Versace, Prada, Givenchy, Adidas and many others. / Hair by Duffy, Make-up by Mariel Barrera
Portraits of Style – Taking a look at the fall 2012 collections, Nordstrom enlists an all-star cast featuring Aline Weber, Anais Mali, Anouck Lepere, Codie Young, Diana Dondoe, Gertrud Hegelund, Hailey Clauson, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Hind Sahli, Jay Shin, Jeneil Williams, Julia Nobis, Kate King, Kori Richardson, Magda Laguinge, Marihenny Rivera, Marte Mei Van Haaster, Meghan Collison, Ondria Hardin, Ruby Aldridge, Tati Cotliar and Wang Xiao for its latest lookbook. The twenty-two girls pose in portraits featuring the autumn designs of Valentino, Erdem, Christopher Kane, Prada and many more with an atmosphere of pure elegance. / Photos by Daniel Jackson, Creative direction by Nordstrom and Petronio Associates
Masterpiece Theatre – Elle Muliarchyk (Management Artists) captures stunning hair styles for a beauty story featured in the spring-summer issue of Garage Magazine. Models Ataui Deng, Jeneil Williams, Cora Keegan and Nairoby Matos all sport voluminous coifs courtesy of hair stylists Astou Toure and Thomas Dunkin. Matched with gold jewelry and drapey silhouettes styled by Jenke-ahmed Tailly, the girls all personify elegance. / Hair color by Aura, Makeup by Cynthia Rose, Manicure Lisa Logan
See more of Elle Muliarchyk’s work on Management Artists
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.
Escape Artist – Jeneil Williams takes a trip to the tropics with Laurie Bartley’s sun-drenched images for the September issue of Elle US. Wearing a range of hues from the likes of Versace, Chloe, Max Mara and Balenciaga styled by Brian Molloy, Jeneil lights up the page in these sophisticated looks.
Groovy Thinking – From glam rock to disco dancing, the seventies was filled with iconic looks that the latest issue of Pony Step manages to capture with Ben Weller’s Never Let Me Catch You With Your Groove Down. Styled by fashion editor Phoebe Arnold, a cool cast of characters including Kristina Salinovic, Rosanne De Vos, Ylonka Verheul, Jeneil Williams and Toon Martens take on relaxed looks from the likes of Gucci, Emanuel Unagaro, Yves Saint Laurent and others in the glam shoot.