The Jean Genie – Jennifer Pugh hits the studio in these brassy shots photographed by Kevin Sinclair for French Revue de Modes #22. Posing in daring denim, the blonde sports a rugged wardrobe of designs from the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, Louis Vuitton, Celine, Diesel , Marni, Levi’s and more styled by Zeina Esmall. / Make-up by Mykel Renner, Hair by Ryan Taniguchi
It Had to Be You – Photographed for the “Romance” issue of Bullett Magazine, Jason Kim lenses models as couples in intimate poses. Simona Andrejic, Clinton Jorgenson, Jennifer Pugh, John Hein, Nicola, James Angelos, Liliane, Wanessa, Stella Maxwell and Dallas get romantic in colorful looks selected by Jessica Bobince. Designs from the likes of Marc Jacobs, Dries Van Noten, Versus and Blumarine are given a retro edge with hair and makeup by Thanos Samaras and Munemi Imai. / Manicure by Gina Edwards @ Kate Ryan
Show the Sign – Free People’s June style book features Zodiac inspired shots with models Kirsty Macphail, Sissi Hou, Camila Costa and Jennifer Pugh embodying the birth signs. Photographed by Anna Palma, the girls wear the label’s signature shapeless dresses and bohemian prints with the stars as their guide.
On the Block – Jennifer Pugh stars alongside Salieu Jalloh in this colorful story for The Block’s fall-winter issue lensed by Hans Neumann. Outfitted in autumn looks from the likes of Prada, Missoni and Burberry Prorsum selected by Grace Koo, the duo is full of energy in the studio shots.
Inspired by all things 60s and Twiggy, the spring 2011 collection Seneca Rising juxtaposes modern casual with timeless style. Photographed by Zoey Grossman, model Jennifer Pugh dons the label’s colorful patterns and chunky accessories styled by Andi Ballard.
Jennifer Pugh by Luciana Val & Franco Musso
Our tribute to spring themed editorials only delves deeper into the past as we take a look at this gem from Numéro‘s May 2005 issue. Photographed by Dusan Reljin, the 1960s inspired Pomme d’Amour stars Jennifer Pugh and Cameron Russell as two modish beauties. Although not an obvious choice for spring, the mini dresses, white dove and overall atmosphere are tell-tell signs.
I like the styling here, I can definitely see the 50s inspiration with a modern twist. Jennifer Pugh is amazing as always in these.