Diva Noir – Following up her edgy cover, Behati Prinsloo shows off her vixen side in the November cover shoot from Vogue Mexico. The Namibian beauty poses for David Roemer, wearing all black looks featuring leather, lace and lightweight sheer styled by fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves of Bridge Artists. Glamorous curls courtesy of hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and a dark red lip by makeup artist Niki Mnray completes the super sexy ensembles.
City Streets – Kendra Spears graces the pages of Vogue Mexico’s October issue in the main cover story shot by Koray Birand. The American model poses on city streets wearing luxe fall looks chosen by fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves. Looks including furs, sweaters and motorcycle jackets make her stand out from the crowd. Hair stylist Felix Fischer and makeup artist Moani Lee worked on glam beauty for shoot.
Shine On – Hana Jirickova graces the pages of Vogue Mexico’s September issue, starring in jewelry feature for the fashion glossy. David Roemer photographed the blonde while fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) styled Hana in a mix of sparkling gems and grey pieces from the likes of Chanel, Stella McCartney and H. Stern. John Paul Tran worked on art direction for the shoot while Fredrik Strambo and Marco Santini created the glam beauty looks.
Exceso Audaz – For Vogue Latin America’s July 2013 cover story, model Zuzanna Bijoch takes her style to the max with an outing of colorful prints and oversized jewelry. Lensed by Marcin Tyszka and styled by Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists), the Polish beauty rocks a luxe of wardrobe of pieces from the likes of Prabal Gurung, Herve Leger by Max Azria and Gucci in the sunny images. / Art Direction by John Paul Tran, Makeup by Cristina Gomes, Hair by Miguel Viana
Swinging Sixties – Egyptian-Japanese fashion photographer Nagi Sakai captures a retro looking Mirte Maas for the June issue of Vogue Latin America. Renowned stylist Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) dresses the Dutch cover girl in sixties style apparel from esteemed fashion houses including Gucci, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Roberto Cavalli. Bold colors and classic prints dominate the style bible’s latest cover story. / Prop styling by Shawn Patrick Anderson, Nails by Liang, Makeup by Makky P, Hair by Pasquale Ferrante, Art direction by John Paul Tran
April Island Paradise – Hana Jirickova gets stranded on the desert island of our dreams for Vogue Latin America’s April cover story. The Czech model wears a darling white crochet Balmain dress for the cover, and there are plenty more enviable warm weather outfits inside. Stylist Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) has done well here, selecting gorgeous designer pieces from Roberto Cavalli, Chanel, and Bottega Veneta. Koray Birand photographed the spread which has us wishing for our own tropical getaway. / Art direction by John Paul Tran, Hair by Ryan Taniguchi, Makeup by Moani Lee
Fiebre Amarilla – Donning shades of yellow and gold, Isabeli Fontana turns up the heat for the March cover story of Vogue Latin America. In front of Koray Birand’s lens, the Brazilian stunner sports the spring collections of Roberto Cavalli, Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs amongst others in the lush setting of Mexico’s Riviera Maya Resort. Stylist Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) has Isabeli dripping in gold jewelry to complement the wardrobe, while hair and makeup by Ryan Tanaguchi and Moani Lee keep her looking glam. / Art direction by John Paul Tran
Clash of the Titans – Photographed for the February cover story of Vogue Mexico, model Toni Garrn sports a wardrobe of bold, geometric prints in black and white hues. Nagi Sakai lenses the German beauty as she poses in the selects of fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists). With art direction by John Paul Tran, the designs of Chanel, Marni, Costume National and Gucci amongst others give Toni a super luxe look.
Los Nuevos Setenta – Jacquelyn Jablonski looks very posh in the January cover story of Vogue Latin America, wearing pieces evoking 70′s style. With art direction by John Paul Tran, photographer David Roemer lenses the brunette while Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) styles her in the designs of Gucci with accessories from other labels. On beauty are hair stylist Rolando Beauchamp and makeup artist Christian McCulloch with a retro touch.
Gracia Urbana – Leading model Coco Rocha follows up her three covers for Vogue Mexico’s December issue with a story photographed on the streets of New York City by Dewey Nicks. Art directed by John Paul Tran, Coco wears Dolce & Gabbana ready-to-wear and jewelry styled by fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves (Bridge Artists) as she explores the many sights of Times Square. / Hair by Dennis Gots, Makeup by Moani Lee, Manicure by Kumi Nagano