Starlet-laced – The spring-summer issue of Lula celebrates the fine craftmanship of Parisian designer Sophie Theallet as lensed by Justin Hollar. Stylist Soraya Dayani dresses model Sissi Hou in a wardrobe of ladylike chic looks. / Hair by Yoichi Tomizawa, Make-up by Kristi Matamoros
A Real Fantasy – Bi-annual glossy Lula Magazine taps leading models Karlina Caune and Codie Young for its spring-summer 2013 issue. The duo poses on two separate covers evoking Lula’s signature, dreamy style. Emma Tempest shoots Karlina up-close with styling by Lucy Ewing while Codie poses for Damon Heath in the outdoors.
Dream Girls – UK-based publication Lula Magazine taps former Prada campaign girls Kelly Mittendorf and Ondria Hardin for its spring-summer 2012 covers.
Once Upon a Time – Codie Young gets enchanted for the fall-winter issue of Lula Magazine, lensed by Camille Vivier. Wearing romantic looks courtesy of stylist Samuel François, Codie takes to the forest with wavy tresses and natural makeup.
Mellow Yellow – Anna de Rijk gets in touch with nature for the fall-winter edition of Lula Magazine. Captured by Yelena Yemchuk with styling by Leith Clark, Anna is a vision in ultra-feminine looks with lace and floral detailing.
Tati Cotliar by Damon Heath for Lula S/S 2011 (TFS)
Ellen von Unwerth shows off a lighter side of her photography with her most recent work in Lula fall-winter. Starring Valerie van der Graaf and styled by Bay Garnett, the outdoor story takes a look at sophisticated looks from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Topshop with a more whimsical twist.
Ashley Smith continues her editorial domination with the fall-winter issue of Lula. Photographed by Damon Heath and styled by Marina Burini, Ashley takes on notable knits and patterns of the season with a whimsical flair.
With impeccable hair and makeup from FrankReps’ John Ruggiero and Darlene Jacobs, Kirsty Hume lounges poolside in this relaxing editorial from the spring edition of Lula. Captured by Skye Parrott, the garden beauty is outfitted by Polina Aronova in an array of sophisticated ensembles.
There is nothing quite like an abundance of polka dots to spruce up the day as shown by this spot crazy story from Lula‘s spring issue. Starring Melodie Dagault as a polka dot wearing maiden, the studio shoot from Kai Z Feng isn’t afraid to juxtapose whimsical prints with high fashion intensity.