Rock Anja – Anja Rubik teams up with Josh Olins for a punk inspired shoot photographed for the June edition of Vogue Nippon. Styled by Sissy Vian, Anja sports disheveled looks from labels such as Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons, and Miu Miu. (Next Models)
Kristen McMenamy by Josh Olins for i-D Summer 2011
The Spring Change-up – Kasia Struss transforms from one spring look to the next in H&M Magazine’s latest issue. Photographed by Josh Olins and styled by Ludivine Poiblanc, Kasia inhabits a myriad of personas ranging from chic boho to nighttime beauty.
So Fresh, So Clean – The new Vogue Paris under Emmanuelle Alt gives way to clean and minimal fashion imagery with works such as Josh Olins’ Coup D’eclat. With the jewelry slash fashion story, fashion editor Veronique Didry uses a color palette of powdery white to fully welcome the spring season. Starring an expressive Malgosia Bela, the studio images feature relaxed shapes from labels such as Joseph New York, Miu Miu and Maison Martin Margiela.
Guinevere van Seenus takes on the resort 2011 collections for the latest issue of Vogue Nippon. With set design by Kadu Lennox and styling by Ludivine Poiblanc, Guinevere looks ready for a vacation stay in sophisticated looks from the likes of Chanel, Missoni and Armani in Josh Olins’ Last Resort.
Fashion editor Elissa Santisi creates a wardrobe of grunge inspired knitwear looks for an editorial found in October’s Vogue China. Starring Meghan Collison and Fei Fei Sun, the duo dons an array of heavy cashmere and wool from the likes of Thom Browne, Marc Jacobs, and Givenchy in Josh Olins’ Knits Mania.
Decorated in an array of military memorabilia, Malgosia Bela makes a pretty convincing servicewoman for the August edition of Vogue Paris. Photographed by Josh Olins with styling by Veronique Didry, the Polish beauty sports jewelry from the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Bulgari in Médailles du Style.
Styled by Charlotte Stockdale in lightweight pieces from the likes of Chloé, Calvin Klein and Givenchy, model Lily Donaldson makes quite the intriguing subject for her latest work found in July’s Vogue Nippon. In front of the lens of Josh Olins, the British beauty makes clothes look good whether she is sporting a boyish ‘do or messy locks.
Missy Rayder by Josh Olins