Blue-eyed Girl – The January-February issue of Russh Magazine puts the spotlight on grunge style with a new fashion spread starring Frida Aasen. The Norwegian model poses for Hugh Lippe in casual styles featuring a mix of denim, plaid and oversized swathers styled by Heathermary Jackson. Frida rocks a braided hairstyle by Conrad Dornan and understated makeup courtesy of Tracy Alfajora.
The Mystery Was Gone… – Anais Pouliot graces the pages of Russh Magazine’s June-July issue wearing spring looks with a city girl savvy. Photographed by Ward Ivan Rafik and styled by Raquel Franco, the Canadian model hits the streets and a hair salon in the elegant designs of Louis Vuitton, Dior, Miu Miu and others. Anais rocks green-dipped hair courtesy of colorist Heidi and hair stylist Tamara McNaughton in the stylish snaps. / Makeup by Georgi Sandev using Chanel
Snap – British beauty Jourdan Dunn graces the June-July issue of Russh Magazine sporting a radiant smile. We have an exclusive first look at the cover shoot where Jourdan poses for Benny Horne wearing 90s inspired looks featuring a lot of crop tops, gold jewelry and standout prints. Fashion editor Gillian Wilkins selects looks from labels such as Calvin Klein, Jean Paul Gaultier, Ksubi and J.W. Anderson for the leading model.
You May Say I’m a Dreamer – Julia Nobis is a bohemian dream for the April-May cover story of bi-monthly glossy Russh Magazine. Benny Horne lenses the Aussie model in pale, understated looks of the season selected by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. The designs of Celine, Vivienne Westwood, Diane von Furstenberg and Rodarte amongst others stand out in the shoot’s rustic, outdoor setting. / Hair by Mari Ohashi, Makeup by Ciara O’Shea
Clash by Night – Showcasing a clash of punk and eastern inspired style, Russh Magazine taps Marie Pioveson for its February-March cover shoot. The new issue is influenced by all things cinematic and story-telling. Photographer Tung Walsh and stylist Gillian Wilkins tell a story of high-octane style with the French beauty wearing an eclectic mix of pieces including Prada, Lanvin, Maison Martin Margiela and Alexander McQueen.
Factory – Focusing on the trend of metallic looks, the latest issue of Russh enlists Stephen Ward for a series of portraits starring Hirschy Hirschfelder. The Aussie model sports a mix of silver tops, metallic eye shadow and gems in the shoot styled by Billie Iveson. For beauty, hair stylist Alan White and makeup artist James Boehmer create youthful looks with a rock and roll edge.
Because the Night Calls Patti – Inspired by musician Patti Smith, model Melissa Stasiuk sports a wardrobe of jacket and pant looks for the December-January edition of Russh. Photographed by Nick Dorey with styling by Hanna Kelifa, Melissa exudes a casual elegance in the designs of Balenciaga, Christopher Kane, Alberta Ferretti and DKNY amongst others. / Hair by Naoki Komiya, Makeup by Lucy Bert
In My Own Time – Channeling Jennifer Beals in the 80′s movie “Flashdance”, Marte Mei Van Haaster shows off her best moves for the December-January cover shoot of Russh Magazine. Photographed by Alex Franco and styled by Gillian Wilkins, Marte sports workout ready style from the likes of J.W. Anderson, Sonia Rykiel and Jean Paul Gaultier with wet tresses and dewy skin. / Hair by Andre Gunn, Makeup by Serge Hodonou
Ride – Bambi Northwood-Blyth looks ready for the Australian surf in the October-November issue of Russh, wearing a wardrobe of beach ready pieces. Photographed by Alex Franco with styling by Gillian Wilkins, the brunette allures in bold patterns, sandals and swimwear accessories.
I Watch You Move and I Can’t Think Straight – For Russh’s “Homegrown Issue”, the Australian publication taps top model Miranda Kerr for its October-November cover shoot lensed by Hugh Lippe. Miranda appears unguarded in the candid photographs with laid-back selects chosen by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. The beauty radiates in pieces from Aussie labels and stores with hair by Renya Xydis and makeup by Amanda Reardon.