Teen Riot – Jemma Baines portrays a rock riot girl in front of Derek Henderson‘s lens for the latest issue of Russh. With creative direction by Christine Thornton, the brunette shows off her rebellious attitude donning an all black and white wardrobe. The edgy look is completed with mohawks and smudged eyes by hair stylist Alan White (ghd) and makeup artist Justine Purdue (Names Agency using M.A.C.).
Lover – The Agency’s Krystal stars in this flawless series by Stephen Ward for the 41st edition of Russh. The blonde beauty radiates a sense of peace and calm in the designs of Australian brand, Lover. Softly ruffled hair by Michael Wolff and a natural face by Manami Ishikawa complete the simple but beautiful editorial. / Creative director – Christine Thornton, Fashion Editor – Billie Iveson
Hope Floats - Photographer Benny Horne photographs the sexy Jade Jackson for RUSSH magazine’s forty-first issue. With creative direction by Stevie Dance, Jade plays tough and cool in masculine kilts, using a vintage flag as an accessory. The delicious wardrobe includes garments by Missoni, Karen Walker, Pringle, Sonia Rykiel, Diesel, Altuzarra, Ohne Titel, Bernhard Willhelm, Daniel Lee and Acne.
The Beat of Fashion – Aymeline Valade takes to the streets and roadways of New York City for Russh’s latest cover shoot lensed by Will Davidson. Marking Stevie Dance’s last issue as Russh fashion editor, the jovial story is lighthearted and whimsical with jazz inspired selects showcasing Dance’s one of a kind aesthetic. Featuring designs from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander Wang and Michael Kors; Aymeline continues to dominate the editorial scene with this energetic shoot.
Aymeline Valade photographed by Will Davidson & styled by Stevie Dance for Russh #41 August/September 2011
King’s Landing – With a stellar performance at the fall 2011 shows and an upcoming appearance in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign, Kate King takes to the pages of Russh as the fresh face of now. Photographed by Benny Horne with creative direction by Stevie Dance, Kate dons contemporary denim mash-ups featuring the work of Yohji Yamamot, Levi’s and Ksubi.
So Fresh – Russh’s June-July issue is all about the freshest faces–the now, the next and the always. Cover girl Aline Weber represents the always in Benny Horne’s refreshing outdoor images. With creative direction and styling Stevie Dance, Aline wears the perfect mix of summer and autumn looks featuring the work of Altuzarra, Phillip Lim and Alexander Wang among others. / Hair by Shin Arima, Makeup by Chiho
Aline Weber photographed by Benny Horne & styled by Stevie Dance for Russh #40
Our Mountain – Abbey Lee Kershaw may be known for appearing in Chanel campaigns and in the pages of international glossies, but the latest edition of Russh profiles Abbey Lee as a musician in the band Our Mountain for their “Music Issue”. Joining her fellow members including boyfriend Matthew Hutchison, Abbey poses for Will Davidson and fashion editor Stevie Dance in the candid shots.
Silent Beauty – Russh’s April/May issue delivers beauty trends through different eras and concepts with Stephen Ward’s dreamy studio portraits starring Cassi Van Den Dungen and Hirschy. Outfitted by Clare Byrne and Billie Iveson in looks ranging from disco to punk and goth–the duo dons understated looks perfected by makeup artist Justine Purdue and hair stylist Sophie Roberts. / Art Direction by Christine Thorton