Notorious – Cara Delevingne graces the cover of Russh’s August-September issue looking like a cross between eighties goth and modern bohemian. Photographer Tung Walsh captures the British beauty on Coney Island as Cara explores all the sights and attractions. Fashion editor Gillian Wilkins selects a wardrobe of dark and brooding autumn looks from the likes of Mary Katrantzou, Miu Miu, Chanel and Alexander McQueen in the off-kilter images.
Everybody’s Looking for Something – Wearing a comfortable mix of sleepwear inspired selects, model Emily Jean Bester steps in front photographer Stephen Ward’s lens for Russh magazine issue #46. Fashion editor Billie Iveson keeps a simple palette with Emily’s undone looks, but adds interesting jewelry to the mix. Hair and makeup by Renya Xydis (Artist Group) and Amanda Reardon (Viviens Creative) gives Emily a natural, effortless style.
I’m Not Afraid of Heights, I’m Afraid of Falling – Tung Walsh captures a reclining Karlina Caune for the June-July issue of Russh Magazine. Wearing bold graphic prints styled by Anna Schiffel, Karlina remains elegantly posed even on the ground in the designs of Alexander Wang, Valentino, Maison Martin Margiela and Marc Jacobs amongst others. On beauty are makeup artist Lotten Holmqvist and hair stylist Halley Brisker.
I Don’t Think I’m Ever Gonna Figure You Out – Slick haired and minimally made up, Valerija Kelava models soft, feminine silhouettes for the lens of Nick Dorey in his June/July story of Russh Magazine. Fashion stylist Hanna Kelifa creates an intimate wardrobe with selects from Theyskens, Haider Ackermann, American Apparel, Christopher Kane, Antonio Berardi, Miu Miu and Jil Sander among others. / Hair – Naoki Komiya @ Julian Watson Agency, Makeup – Lucy Burt @ Premier Hair & Makeup
Ultra Sonic – Rising star Kolfinna Kristófersdóttir covers the June-July issue of Australian publication Russh wearing an intense gaze and tousled tresses. Inside the magazine, Kolfinna poses for Alex Franco’s lens in standout spring pieces from the likes of Lanvin, Jonathan Saunders, Giorgio Armani and Jean Paul Gaultier styled by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. Playing with shape and color, the Icelandic beauty’s wardrobe has an edgy yet timeless appeal. / Hair by Mark Hampton, Makeup by Laura Dominique
Russh’s new issue and iPad app are available on June 6th.
The Blackbirds are Rough Today – Jess Gold dons comfortable looks styled by Billie Iveson in these effortless images by photographer Stephen Ward. Lensed for the latest issue of Russh, Jess radiates natural beauty with a touch of make-up by Victoria Baron and sun kissed waves styled by Alan White.
Post Cards from the Edge of Reason – Adrian Mesko captures intimate images of up and coming face Kel Markey for the April-May issue of Russh Magazine. Taken during Paris Fashion Week, Kel travels to the Chanel casting and explores the city streets in simply refined looks.
Be Foolish – We have a sneak peak at the new issue of one of our favorite Australian glossies, Russh Magazine. The publication taps Josefien Rodermans and Jessica Miller for its April-May covers with photography by Nick Dorey and Amy Troost respectively. Styled by fashion director Gillian Wilkins, the girls go into the studio and on location wearing ultra-modern looks. Russh’s new issue hits newsstands on April 4th in Australia.
Too Many Girls – Adrian Mesko captures a visual essay starring new face Sojourner Morrell for the latest issue of Australian magazine, Russh. Mesko follows the brunette from New York to Vienna in the casual portraits. Hair by Jarrett Iovinella and makeup by Yusuke Okita perfect the laid-back, travel ready ensembles.
Breath of Spring – Elsa Sylvan stars in a pared down beauty story for Russh Magazine #44. Shot by Elle Muliarchyk, the blonde beauty wears the spring designs of Miu Miu, Chanel, Rodarte and Prada pieced together by Gillian Wilkins. The intimate images are perfected by barely there makeup by Cynthia Rose and tousled locks by Luke Baker.