China Tiene Poder – Photographed for the May 27th issue of S Moda, cover girl Shu Pei wows in a feature highlighting China’s emergence as a top fashion market in the last decade. Lensed by Kai Z Feng with styling by Isabel Moralejo, Shu dons gorgeous gowns featuring the work of Anthony Vaccarello, Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli. Makeup artist Ralph Siciliano creates Shu’s body paint and hair stylist Roberto di Cuia is responsible for her windswept tresses.
Lanvin Girl – Wearing a piece from Lanvin’s spring collection, Chinese model Shu Pei covers the May 26th edition of Spanish weekly magazine S Moda. Photographed by Kai Z Feng, the accompanying feature covers the emergence of China as one of the top fashion markets and Shu’s successful modeling career. / Styling by Isabel Moralejo
The Naked Truth – Plus size model Candice Huffine covers the May 19th issue of Spain’s S Moda. In front of Damon Baker’s lens, Candice shows off her curves in a mix of lingerie and sparkling gems. Lush curls by hair stylist Paul Merritt and pink lips by makeup artist Lucy Bridge give the brunette beauty the perfect pin-up look.
Fresh Dominatrix – Spanish weekly S Moda features a suggestive editorial shot by Bèla Adler and Salvador Fresneda for its May 6th issue. Starring blonde vixen Maud Welzen, the dominatrix theme is given an unusual twist by using fruits as props. Stylist Alberto Murtra selects various sheer lingerie pieces, with a little bit of leather and studs as accents to build up a perfect sultry tone for the shoot. / Hair by Jordi Fontanals @ Talents, Makeup by Sonia Peña @ Kasteel+Agent
Rey of Light – Songstress Lana del Rey covers the April 28th issue of Spanish weekly S Moda, lensed by Simon Emmett. Wearing sweet yet sultry looks styled by Francesca Rinciari, Lana plays the role of vixen in the designs of Balmain, Salvatore Ferragamo, Isabel Marant and many others. Classic curls by hair stylist Anna Cofone and a dark lip by makeup artist Pamela Cochrane perfect her envious ensembles.
Manga Goddess – The March 10th edition of S Moda is inspired by Japanese Manga and fashion for the issue’s cover shoot starring Anouck Lepere. Captured by Japanese photographer Satoshi Saikusa, Anouck dons spring looks from labels such as Balenciaga, Gucci and Alexander McQueen with an eastern edge. Bold accessories styled by Isabel Moralejo complete the daring looks. / Hair by Damien Boissinot, Makeup by Maria Olsson, Manicure by Hiro
The Power Issue – Model Cara Delevingne joins British singer Bryan Ferry for the 80′s issue of S Moda, published January 26th. In front of Simon Emmett’s lens, Cara dons form-fitting black dresses from labels such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Mugler and Tom Ford styled by Alberto Murtra. Lush curls by hair stylist Ernesto Montenovo and colorful eye shadow by makeup artist Sarah Reygate bring a modern touch to the 80′s tribute.
Designer Moda – Designer Jean Paul Gaultier poses alongside Spanish actress Victoria Abril for the December 24th cover shoot of S Moda. The pair is well known for their collaboration on Pedro Almodóvar’s 1993 film, Kika, which stars Abril in costumes created by the French designer. Photographed by Stephane Gallos with styling by Francesca Rinciari, Victoria and Jean Paul have a playful energy in a classic setting.
Winter Sports – The January 7th edition of S Moda brings a sporty twist to the fall-winter collections with this studio shoot lensed by Nelson Simoneau. Model Alexina dons a wardrobe of stylish ensembles from the likes of Givenchy, D&G, Jean Paul Gaultier and Stella McCartney styled by Alberto Murtra. Retro style hair by Marty Foss and a full face of makeup by Caroline Saulnier bring a feminine touch to the athletic outfits.
The Wang Factor – Designer Alexander Wang covers the January 7th edition of Spanish publication, S Moda. Wang appears alongside top model Liya Kebede on the cover while new face Maria Bradley dons designs from his spring 2012 collection for the main editorial. Captured by Amy Troost, the sporty chic designs show off Wang’s tough yet stylish vision for the new season. / Styling by Tony Irvine