Anniversary Illustrations – Elle Muliarchyk snapped Sojourner Morrell against a backdrop of whimsical illustrations by Lolay for the 15th anniversary edition of British arts magazine, Tank. The American beauty wears feminine fashions selected by stylist Emily Barnes, which are the perfect foil to the adorable imagery behind her. The Wall Group’s Seji and Maki H took care of the Whilemina model’s hair and make-up for this style special. / Casting by Barbara Pfister
Studded Hearts – Sojourner Morrell evokes seventies style in a wardrobe of head to toe Versace for the latest French Revue de Modes. Captured by Julia Noni (Chris Boal Artists), Sojourner stars in dreamy images featuring the colorful designs of Donatella Versace styled by Anatolli Smith. Hair stylist Vincent de Moro creates the brunette’s retro curls while makeup artist Topolino offers understated beauty.
Layered Spring – Steven Pan (Management Artists) captures Sojourner Morrell in layers upon layers for the most recent issue of Double Magazine. Styled by Camille Bidault Waddinton in frontier inspired ensembles, Sojourner bundles up in the designs of Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Chanel and many more in the studio images.
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Giles’ Imperfect Glamour – For fall 2012, designer Giles Deacon showcased glamorous looks with an imperfect edge for his namesake collection presented during London Fashion Week. The runway was dominated by menswear inspire looks such a modified tuxedo and frilly dresses embellished with feathers and burn-like patterns. As the show progressed, the tuxedo jackets gave way to form-fitting dresses featuring messy cut-outs almost as if a razor had been used on the fabric. Giles’ innovative take on classic shapes such as the hoop skirt or fish tail dress offered a thrilling view of the upcoming season.
The Mad Hatter – For fall 2012, Marc Jacobs teamed up with milliner Stephen Jones to help envision his latest collection filled with oversize and floppy hats that could easily belong to Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter. Playing with the fairytale theme, Jacobs offered a fantastical play on proportions in the form of bulky skirts and jackets layered expertly for the autumn season. The color palette was steeped in moody hues with accents of gold, powder pink and lilac. Patterns ranged from paisley to floral which broke up the heavy silhouettes with levity. The show ended on a more subdued note, featuring a few pared down ensembles that lengthened in hemlines and flattened in shape.
Lam’s Classic Fall – Derek Lam’s fall 2012 collection had all the trappings of a classic, American sportswear outing with tapered trousers, chunky knitwear and kitschy prints on display for the upcoming season. Models hit the runway in slightly mussed beehives reflecting the sixties feel of the designs featuring wearable yet luxurious outerwear made of leather, lambskin and wool. Lam also lengthened his hemlines for fall, culminating in a modest and effortlessly chic black ensemble worn by model Katryn Kruger for the finale.
Sojourner – Benny Horne captures Sojourner Morrell in spring fashions for the latest issue of Oyster Magazine. Outfitted by Roxane Danset, Sojourner is an animated sight in designs from labels such as Rodarte, Jil Sander, Isabel Marant and others.
Too Many Girls – Adrian Mesko captures a visual essay starring new face Sojourner Morrell for the latest issue of Australian magazine, Russh. Mesko follows the brunette from New York to Vienna in the casual portraits. Hair by Jarrett Iovinella and makeup by Yusuke Okita perfect the laid-back, travel ready ensembles.
Skyline Couture – Karl Lagerfeld appeared to be inspired by air travel and stewardess uniforms for Chanel’s spring 2012 haute couture collection presented earlier today. The Grand Palais was transformed into the interior of an airplane with models walking down the aisles in elongated silhouettes and extended shoulder winged sleeves. Playing up the jetsetter theme, blue was a dominate hue for spring with sky blue, sapphire and navy all making an appearance. Amid the blue display, there is crystal beading, drop pocket dresses and pleated skirts.
Casual Navy – Sojourner Morrell makes a laid-back subject for Daniel Jackson’s lens with the spring 2012 campaign from Jil Sander Navy. Styled by Katie Shillingford, Sojourner wears button-up shirts paired with platform shoes and pleated skirts. Tousled locks by hair stylist Bob Recine and barely there makeup by Hannah Murray perfect the casual ambiance. / Set Design by Gerard Santos