The New York Now – Collaborating with artists Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman, the spring-summer issue of POP features Liya Kebede in a collage-style story captured with the artwork of Lowe and Freeman’s “Stray Light Grey” exhibition. Wearing a wardrobe of exclusively New York-based designers styled by Stevie Dance, Liya enters the world of the surreal with images photographed Francesco Carrozzini. / Creative direction by China Chow, Hair by Takashi Yusa, Makeup by Sil Bruinsma
The Faces of Pop – Following up their Taylor Swift cover, the team at POP Magazine releases two more covers featuring two unlikely stars. The first cover (a special Asian edition) features “Gangham Style” dancer Hyuna and the second features Moffy, a girl who was street casted for the issue. Hyuna was photographed by Young kyu Kong and styled by Louby Mcloughlin while Moffy was lensed by Tyrone Lebon with styling by Max Pearmain.
Digital World – Following up her appearance at the Grammys, Taylor Swift gets digital for the spring-summer issue from bi-annual glossy POP Magazine. The “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” star graces the cover in a black and white look from Louis Vuitton with an intense gaze.
The New Armor – Always known for its nontraditional covers, the fall-winter issue of Pop turns to photographer Viviane Sassen for two trippy images starring Jamie Bochert and Sui He. The girls appear limbless in the autumn designs of Chanel and Balenciaga respectively–and the effect is high impact indeed.
Taking the Cake – Frida Gustavsson stars in Daniel Sannwald’s (Management Artists) pastel-filled vision for the spring-summer issue of POP. Looking like the top of a wedding cake, Frida is a delicious sight in spring pieces from the likes of Christopher Kane, Viktor & Rolf and Valentino selected by fashion editor Tamara Rothstein. A lush set designed by Gary Card and flirty curls by Tina Outen complete the fantastical story. / Makeup by Inge Grognard
See more of Daniel Sannwald’s work on Management Artists
Taken for a Ride – Carola Remer gets swathed in a luxurious combination–furs and lingerie–for POP Magazine’s latest issue. Captured by Sean & Seng, Carola’s provocative wardrobe features the designs of Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli and others all styled by Tamara Rothstein. Posing alongside a red muscle car, the pin-up look is perfected with soft curls and light makeup. / Casting by Angus Munro
Pink Lady – Liya Kebede takes on dual looks for Sean & Seng’s latest work in Pop Magazine’s fall-winter issue. Starring alongside a live flamingo, Liya spreads her wings in pastel hued ensembles styled by Tamara Rothstein. Whether blonde or brunette, Liya exudes the new sophistication in the autumn designs of Balenciaga, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney and others.
Naomi Campbell for Pop S/S 2011 (TFS)