Devon Aoki goes to her hometown of Hollywood, California, for Russh’s October-November issue and poses alongside the iconic Hollywood sign found in the top of Mount Lee. Photographed by Will Davidson and styled by Stevie Dance in sleek pieces from Louis Vuitton, Alexander Wang and Christopher Kane in the refreshingly candid story.
Taking Ashley Smith back to her hometown of Austin, Texas, the latest issue of Russh explores the concept of modern day voyeurism with an intimate story shot by Will Davidson. From an old clunker to a barbeque restaurant, Davidson manages to capture the mundaneness of life in an intriguing manner. Styled by Stevie Dance, Ashley dons a wardrobe of body-hugging garments in the twelve page spread.
Capturing the new faces at Elite NYC, Russh’s August-September issue gives us dual portraits of seven unique girls from all over the globe. In the first series, the models go au natural with bare faces, and in the second, they wear kaleidoscopic faces with whimsical designs courtesy of makeup artist Christian McCulloch. Lensed by Benny Horne, model newcomers Lisanne de Jong, Sheilagh, Abby, Lindsay, Cassi, Amanda, Ondria and Vick don the youthful stylings of Stevie Dance in The Kids Are Alright.
Russh is a magazine known for its creativity when it comes to editorial content, so it comes as no surprise that the cover shoot for their Art Issue would contain a few novelties. Starring Alessandra Ambrosio as a wandering vagrant in the streets of New York, the story captures the homeless fashionista as she dons a wardrobe of this season’s most airy garments styled by Stevie Dance. Topped off with a messy hairdo and a heavy coat, Alessandra is lost amid a world of chaos and isolation in Will Davidson’s hauntingly beautiful story.
Fashion editor Stevie Dance highlights vintage pieces with a hint of modern day flair for Russh‘s latest issue. Captured by Derek Henderson, Julia Nobis dons an eclectic mix of lace, pattern and leather with a youthfully messy hairdo to match.
Photographer Stephen Ward captures a few over the top hairstyles for a beauty story featured in Russh‘s latest issue. Starring Lara and Eva with styling by Stevie Dance, the dazed duo wear whimsical prints from Miu Miu, Prada and Josh Goot in Tizzy, where hair stylist Sophie Roberts certainly does not shy away from using the hairspray or a teasing comb.
Model newcomer Maddie Welch (Specimen Management) takes on daring and edgy looks for her latest work in Russh‘s March-April edition. Captured by Benny Horne and styled by Morgan Pilcher, Maddie has the perfect nonchalant attitude in pieces from Helmut Lang.
Working with photographer Benny Horne, Hannah Holman puts on a tough exterior for Rush #33. Hitting the streets with the help of stylist Stevie Dance and luxe worn-in layers from the likes of Alexander Wang and Maison Martin Margiela, Hannah is no doubt a girl who can take care of herself.