Clash Forward–Model Melissa Tammerijn is far from a wallflower in the January 12th issue of The Sunday Times Style. Lensed by Arved Colvin-Smith, the blonde beauty shows off colorful prints and bold brights from the likes of Eudon Choi, House of Holland and Marc by Marc Jacobs styled by Olly Paton in the polished studio snaps. / Hair by Keiichiro Hirano, Makeup by Terry Barber
Sixties Style – Melissa Tammerijn does her best Brigitte Bardot impersonation in this month’s edition of Harper’s Bazaar Latin America. The bold checked and striped ensembles, white go-go-boots, and mod hats selected by stylist Marcell Rocha help the Dutch model step back in time. The apparel and accessories might look vintage, but they’re actually from modern fashion houses including Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and Michael Kors. Fashion photographer Alexander Neumann captured the colourful images for the Latin American style bible’s latest edition.
Black Jewels – Melissa Tammerijn evokes androgynous sophistication in an array of black suiting matched with glittering jewels, lensed by David Roemer (Atelier Management) for the December issue of Vogue Russia. Stylist William Graper has Melissa looking dapper in designs from the likes of Donna Karan, Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci and Escada. On beauty are hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and makeup artist Kristin Gallegos with tousled waves and plum lips. / Manicure by Liang @ Atelier Management
Marvelous Style – Melissa Tammerijn and Samantha Gradoville turn up the glam for Roberto Cavalli’s fall 2012 catalogue. The fabulous duo smiles and preens in bold animal prints, ultra-feminine ruffles, leather and furs. An explosion of color ranging from kaleidoscopic florals to jewel toned emerald sets the stage for a lavish outing. Autumn accessories include dangling earrings, crystal embroidered handbags and chic eyewear.
Leggy Lady – Melissa Tammerijn shows off her gams for a shorts focused story featured in Vogue Russia’s May edition. Photographed by Jason Kibbler with styling by Elizabeth Sulcer, Melissa dons glitzy sequined looks with a western twist from labels such as Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Givenchy and Sergio Rossi. Flawless makeup by Benjamin Puckey and tousled tresses by hair stylist Teddy Charles bring a youthful spin to the high gloss images.
Key Looks for Spring – Melissa Tammerijn models the spring collections for the latest issue of How to Spend It Magazine. Captured by Andrew Yee (Atelier Management) and styled by Damian Foxe, Melissa wows in creations from some of fashion’s biggest names including Burberry Prorsum, Jil Sander, Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli amongst others. / Hair by Mark Daniel Bailey, Makeup by James O’Reily
Light Touch – Under the creative direction of Mirko Borsche, the new issue of Tush enlists Melissa Tammerijn for an ethereal cover shot lensed by Txema Yeste. The blonde beauty is also styled by Bernat Buscato on the cover.
Dior’s Classic Fall – Bill Gaytten looked towards the archives for inspiration with his second mainline collection for Dior’s fall 2012 presentation. With still no official word on a permanent creative director, the new season showcased demure forties and fifties inspired silhouettes in a muted color palette of taupe, black and burgundy. Despite the lack of Galliano opulence, Gaytten offered a lovely refinement for the autumn season with ballerina inspired shapes. Cinched jackets, pleated skirts and jewelry style embellishments dominate the Dior woman’s wardrobe for autumn.
Owens’ Fiery Fall – Taking a dark turn from spring’s parade of white, designer Rick Owens was back to black and grey for his fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. All the usual trappings of Owens’ creations were out in full form–the long silhouettes, leather works and futuristic undertones appeared against a setting of fire. Models took to the runway wearing stark red lips and mesh masks in the post-apocalyptic designs. For the finale, Owens offered some prints in the form of checkered plaid matched with slouchy trousers layered under skirts.
Black on Black – Gareth Pugh delivered his signature gothic style for his namesake label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Pugh ditched last season’s bondage inspired shapes for more tribal designs complete with fringe dresses, leather outerwear and fur embellishments. High necklines, some of which that even cover the face, were matched with thin headbands, clunky boots and winged shoulders in all black and grey for the new season. Whether donning zipped up capes or shaggy coats, the Pugh woman knows how to bundle up for the upcoming winter.