Ros – Photographer Christos Karantzolas and stylist Christine de Lassus team up for FGR’s latest exclusive starring Ros Georgiou. The Greek model wears streamlined silhouettes and ladylike looks from the fall collections of Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein and more in the glossy studio images. Hair stylist Menelaos Alevras and makeup artist Andy Markoe-Byrne create Ros’ perfectly teased coif and beauty looks.
Momma Says Billy’s House Is Dangerous During Band Practice – Inspired by 90s fashion, Ros Georgiou is the very picture of casual cool in the July-August issue of Flaunt Magazine. The Greek model poses for Jason Kim in a series of outdoor shots wearing a mix of denim and eclectic prints from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Louis Vuitton, Versace, and Chanel styled by Sarah Cobb. / Hair by Andre Gunn @ The Wall Group, Makeup by Munemi Imai @ Magnet
Modern Love – Decked out in a wardrobe of clean lines and sophisticated basics, Ros Georgiou graces the pages of Elle US’ March issue. In front of Thomas Whiteside’s lens, the blonde sports the designs of Michael Kors, Moschino and Emporio Armani amongst others styled by Grace Cobb in the laid-back images. / Hair by Daniel Martin, Makeup by Maxine Leonard
Greek Pride – Ros Georgiou plays Greek goddess in the pages of Vogue Hellas’ July cover story. Photographer Thanassis Krikis captures Ros in images that take her from the beach to the streets with images which are equally stunning and vividly imagined, while fashion editor Michael Pandos creates sweeping looks that evoke the spirit of Greek culture. / Makeup by Freddy Kalobratsos, Hair by Nicholas Villiotis
Jacobs Posse – Marc Jacobs’ fall 2012 campaign stars Magda Laguinge, Marie Piovesan, Marte Mei Van Haaster, Ros Georgiou and Tati Cotliar in the American designer’s voluminous layers and oversize hats. Photographed by Juergen Teller, the group explores the outdoors with pale makeup, red lips and mussed tresses modeled after the runway show’s whimsical styling.
All Aboard – Louis Vuitton’s fall 2012 campaign takes direction from the runway show with an image set onboard a train featuring a cast full of up and comers photographed by Steven Meisel. Models Mackenzie Drazan, Marie Piovesan, Franzsika Müller, Julia Nobis, Ros Georgiou, Marina Heiden and Elena Bartels wear the label’s turn of the century outerwear and oversize hats with Vuitton luggage in plain view of course.
Keeping it Simple – Sonia Rykiel creative director April Crichton created a pared down showing of sophisticated knitwear and suiting for the label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Using a muted color palette of pewter, ash grey, black and sherbet, the Rykiel woman embraces mix and match separates for the new season with a modern edge. Asymmetrical hemlines, thin belts and cropped jackets all dominated the runway as models sported slick hair matched with headbands. A finale of mostly sheer black ensembles brought a sense of dark romanticism to the practical collection.
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.
Dries’ Eastern Fall – For fall 2012, Dries Van Noten embraced an Asian inspired outing with lush coats, tailored suiting and patterned jackets influenced by designs in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. The Van Noten woman takes her trip to the East with streamlined silhouettes and dragon or floral prints matched with fur adorned parkas. The Belgian designer’s distinct menswear influence loosened at times, providing delicate dresses and skirts in kaleidoscopic hues of citrus orange, turquoise, jade and ivory. Despite using a well-established theme, Van Noten brought something fresh and distinctly modern to the upcoming autumn.
Gianfranco Ferré’s Streamlined Fall – Designers Stefano Citron and Federico Piaggi presented their second collection for Gianfranco Ferré with the label’s fall 2012 showing presented on the final day of Milan Fashion Week. The two embraced an androgynous aesthetic and used a color palette of inky black, silvery grey, navy and off white. Forgoing patterns or jewelry, the new season was all about shape with streamlined silhouettes that were modern if not futuristic. Ferré’s androgynous heroine also got a touch of glam with the use of lush fur and metallic fabrics for the upcoming autumn.