No Sweat – Melodie Monrose gets ready for a fashionable workout in the April lookbook from Nasty Gal. The model works it in colorful separates with even more bolder accessories. The Martinique beauty wears athletic wear with a stylish twist in the form of mesh accents, tennis skirts, ripped denim and chunky heels. Bold stripes and neon-hued tops make Melodie stand out in a stadium setting.
Retro Fitted – Melodie Monrose and Kone Sindou don a wardrobe of ’60′s-inspired looks for the April 2013 edition of Elle US. Photographed by Mariano Vivanco with styling by Beth Fenton, these two beauties sport bold color-blocking, antic patterns, polka dots and checks from the likes of Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren Collection, Versace and more. / Hair by Fernando Torrent, Make-up by Hung Vanngo, Manicure by Mar Y Soul, Props by Luke Abbey
Les Bois – Melodie Monrose, Marihenny Rivera and Shena Moulton take to the woods in ladylike frocks for Camille Vivier’s latest work in Grey #6. Styled by Moreno Galata in romantic spring pieces from labels such as Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Christopher Kane; the trio stays elegantly reserved in the outdoor images alongside natural sights. / Hair by Franco Argento, Makeup by Hugo Villard
Mendel’s Glam Fall – For fall 2012, J. Mendel offered slinky gowns, lush fur coats and tweed dresses for the new season. Grounded in ash, black, ivory, champagne and amethyst hues–autumn had a romantic levity despite the dark color palette. Designer Giles Mendel also offered shorter hemlines with flirty, above the knee skirts matched with furry vests. For the finale, model Kati Nescher closed the show in a completely sheer number adorned with patchwork-like patterns.
Rodarte’s Retro Inspired Fall – Rodarte sisters Laura and Kate Mullavey brought a more mature, refined touch to their dreamy designs with the label’s fall 2012 show presented earlier today during New York Fashion Week. Taking a cue from 40s inspired silhouettes, the duo chose a subdued palette of nude, marmalade and burgundy for the new season. Leather and shearling brought a hard edge to the romantic designs in the form of aviator style jackets. Gowns were adorned in Swavorski crystals, referencing a more feminine touch.
Posen’s Eastern Fall – For fall 2012, Zac Posen transformed his signature evening wear looks into something a bit more Eastern inspired with models wearing high chignons and novel prints. Dramatic fishtail and mermaid silhouettes dominated the runway detailed with kimono-like belts. Shoulders held a strong shape, showcasing big, powerful folds of origami influence. Styled in bright red lips, look-at-me jewelry and fur coats; the Posen woman is certainly someone who will make an entrance for autumn.
Tunnel Vision – Dolce & Gabbana embrace an underground feeling for the fall 2011 campaign from their D&G line. Photographed by Mario Testino, models Tao Okamoto, Melodie Monrose, Marique Schimmel, Aiste Kliveckaite, Alexander Johansson, David Agbodji and Guy Robinson don the colorful and eclectic patterns with attitude.
Dolce & Gabbana continue to use an urban setting for the fall 2011 campaign from their D&G line. Featuring models Tao Okamoto, Melodie Monrose, Marique Schimmel, Aiste Kliveckaite, Alexander Johansson, David Agbodji and Guy Robinson, the colorful group takes to the tunnels in graphic prints lensed by Mario Testino.
Big Gary P- Gareth Pugh’s designs captivate the fashion world with their futuristic and larger than life shapes. For the inaugural issue of Pony Step, the publication pays tribute to Pugh’s creations with studio portraits by Terry Tsiolis and stylist Simon Robins. With casting by Anita Bitton, an eclectic group including Danielle Zinaich , Gwen Loos, Pauline Van der Cruysse, Melodie Monrose and Ming Xi don the designs with cool confidence.
The girls (and boy) of d’management group had yet another successful season with the recent fall 2011 shows. The boutique agency’s roster included an all-star list with androgynous model Andrej Pejic, model newcomer Juju Ivanyuk and supermodels Liya Kebede, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. d’s models walked for many high profile shows such as Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace and more.
Full list in alphabetical order: Andrej Pejic, Anna S, Cameron Russell, Chanel Iman, Chloe Memisevic, Colinne Michaelis, Jia Jang, Juju Ivanyuk, Lindsey Wixson, Liu Wen, Liya Kebede, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Michele Hicks, Lys Inger, Magdalena Jasek, Marcelia Freesz, Melodie Monrose, Querelle Jansen, Ros Georgiou, Sofia Fisher and Yuliana Dementyeva.