Milagros Schmoll

milagros schmoll4 Milagros Schmoll Seduces for Contributor Magazine, Lensed by Pierre Dal Corso

Milagros AloneMilagros Schmoll strips down to seductive lingerie looks for a feature on Contributor Magazine online, photographed by Pierre Dal Corso in Paris. Stylist Emeline Piot selects a wardrobe of glittering pieces and stilettos for the redhead to wear in the smoldering images. / Hair by Mickael Jauneau @ Agence Aurelien, Makeup by Corinne Guess @ B Agency.

milagros2 Milagros Schmoll Sports Color Blocking for Stella Magazine by James Mountford

Scenes of a Graphic Nature – Color blocking makes a bold statement in these slick images lensed by James Mountford for the October 14th issue of Stella Magazine. Blonde beauty Milagros Schmoll keeps her hair and makeup simple except for a swipe of blue eyeshadow. Stylist Charlie Harrington assembles perfectly variegated looks with selects from the likes of Stella McCartney, Celine, Preen, Dries Van Noten and Jil Sander.

portrait1 Coco Rocha, Anna Selezneva, Arizona Muse & More Star in Fashion Week Portraits by Matthew James Arthur Payne

Anna Selezneva

Model Citizens – With the runway shows underway, photographer Matthew James Arthur Payne shares snaps of some of the industry’s best faces. Models Coco Rocha, Anna Selezneva, Arizona Muse, Jeneil Williams and Milagros Schmoll put their best face forward in the black and white images.

armani Armani Privé Spring 2012 | Paris Haute Couture

Siren Couture – After last season’s tribute to Japan, Giorgio Armani dreamed up a sultry, siren-like vision for the Armani Privé spring 2012 collection. The season’s most standout color was undoubtedly green–from neon chartreuse to forest green–the unlikely hue had its moment in Paris Haute Couture after appearing at Atelier Versace earlier this week. Slinky silhouettes were draped like waves onto the ocean, making the models appear as otherworldly sea creatures as the emerged on the runway. Armani also embraced metallic with techno silver suiting and beaded gowns. Continuing with the underwater theme, sea snake patterns brought a hard edge to the already striking display of gowns.