Before Fall – New York-based photographer Seth Sabal captures a story of pre-fall looks for FGR’s latest exclusive starring Hannah Nobel. The model wears ensembles styled by Laura Tiozzo featuring the designs of Strenesse, Son Jung Wan and Antonio Marras amongst others. The wardrobe for the story was inspired by glam rock style as shown by the fur pieces and flashy detailing. For beauty, makeup artist Yumi Kaizuka and hair stylist Marco Braca created seventies inspired looks.
Donna Karan Resort – For her resort 2014 collection, designer Donna Karan focused on separate pieces that toe the line between business casual and beach outing. Tunics in fluid and bohemian shapes showed off a more relaxed side of the Donna Karan woman. Tailored blazers and jackets added structure to chiffon, asymmetrical hemmed skirts and dresses. Karan’s color palette focused on neutral hues such as white, black and tan with the occasional pop of red. Evening wear introduced rich gold and navy hues for a glamorous take on nighttime style. / Photos by Seth Sabal
A Shapely Transition – Max Mara plays on oversized, menswear influenced shapes for its pre-fall 2013 collection. The looks, modeled by Alana Zimmer, come in mostly nude and neutral shades with the main staples being double-breasted jackets and slouchy trousers. The masculine elements of the collection are downplayed with fur embellishments, usage of color-blocking and column-shaped dresses. For pre-fall, the Max Mara woman is a jet-setter, accessorizing with lengthy gloves, sunglasses and large totes. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Giovanna Battaglia
The Draped Silhouette – For Donna Karan’s pre-fall 2013 collection, the American designer focuses on structure and voluminous shapes for the transitional season. A neutral color palette of black, ashen grey and ivory hues complement the draped, cocoon-like shapes of Karan’s outerwear pieces. The sculpted jackets are contrasted by body-conscious, feminine silhouettes including pencil and circle-skirts. Evening wear looks remain demure with lengthened, sometimes sheer skirts and cropped silk tops. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro
Day to Night – For resort 2013, Donna Karan embraces an array of elegant skirts and dresses which are as practical as they are stylish. Modeled by Josefien Rodermans, Josephine Skriver, Madison Headrick and Romee Strijd, the new collection is steeped in a color palette of traditional black and white, silvery grey, taupe and vibrant pink. Silhouettes for the transitional season are ladylike, accentuating the waist or bust-line. Embellished with crystals or fringe, Karan’s resort line encompasses all the wardrobe essentials for event-goers. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro
Max Mara’s Dream Coats – For fall 2012, Max Mara focused on the coat with its Atelier collection made for exclusive clientele. The collection will only be featured in sixty boutiques worldwide and is made of the most precious materials. Modeled by Yuliana Bondar, stylist and designer Laura Lusuardi chooses an airport setting as the source inspiration for autumn with looks that are made for the jet setting lifestyle yet relaxed in nature. Tailored jackets in lush fabrics of double face cashmere, goose down, mink and pure camel hair are as cozy as they are sophisticated. The luxurious outerwear is paired with slipper-style moccasins made of pony hair. / Photos by Seth Sabal
Casual Luxe – Donna Karan’s Casual Luxe collection follows in the steps of the designer’s mainline range featured last month during New York Fashion Week. With safari and tribal inspired clothing, the Donna Karan woman dons light layers, neutral hues and chunky accessories for the new season. Wrinkled fabric and off the shoulder knits bring a lived-in look to the new range. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro.
Miranda Kerr by Seth Sabal
Seth Sabal is a New York based photographer most well known for his captivating portraits of models and landscape photographs. Working with a range of models from Victoria’s Secret girls to newer faces and iconic beauties, each photograph captures something special about its subject. Recently, Sabal talked to FGR about his upcoming projects, thoughts on the industry and what inspires his work.
My style is simple, it’s not complicated lighting, it’s about connection, I want to capture the person, show the clothing and entertain the idea that makes us all feel compelled to look again.
Future Fantastic – Donna Karan’s Resort 2012 collection looks towards the future with sculptured shapes and metal accents. Offering masculine tailoring with feminine frills, hoop skirts and the button-up t-shirt get reinvented for a sleekly chic uniform. Topped off with a color palette of red, white and black–the resort lookbook offers the perfect play between elegant and street wear ready. / Photos by Seth Sabal, Styling by Nicoletta Santoro
The Rock Allure – Sex, glam and rock and roll take shape in Seth Sabal’s ultra-sleek shoot starring Shanay Hall. Shot exclusively for Fashion Gone Rogue, the studio images evoke the spirit of Kate Moss and other fashion greats with the rebellious wares of Kevork Kiledjian among others styled by O. Damien Peterkin and Kevin Stinson. With mussed locks by Raymond Mclaren and sultry makeup by Yumi Kaizuka, Shanay is a goddess of leather and allure in Let’s Rock & Roll.
See the behind-the-scenes video here.