Pick of the Crop – Modeling outdoors in an orange orchard, Julia Nobis is a vision of rustic elegance for Stephen Ward’s latest work featured in the October issue of Vogue Australia. The blonde poses alongside an adorable tyke in understated fashions styled by fashion editor Jillian Davison from the likes of Dior, Prada and Celine in the sunny images. / Makeup by Victoria Baron, Hair by Michele McQuillan
New Season – Australian label Jac + Jack enlists one of its own for the brand’s spring 2013 campaign starring Emma Balfour. The blonde model who also serves as a muse to the label appears in a series of raw portraits snapped by Stephen Ward. The collection’s contrast of darkness and light is highlighted in the black and white images.
The Shape of Wool – Designer Dion Lee was named as the Australian winner of the International Woolmark Competition. Here is a look at the 2013 collection featuring an array of sculpted shapes. Model Cassi Van Den Dungen wears Lee’s sleek silhouettes which were inspired by the work of Danish architect Jorn Utzon. Stephan Ward photographed the lookbook which juxtapose imagery of buildings with Lee’s wool-based designs in grey, black and white hues. / Art direction by Kate Rogers
Keeping it Simple – Australian label Jac + Jack taps Hirschy Hirschfelder for its fall-winter 2013 campaign. Stephen Ward photographs and Trevor Stones styles the model in simple, seated portraits showcasing autumn’s tonal palette of blues and white inspired by the work of photographer John Deakin.
Factory – Focusing on the trend of metallic looks, the latest issue of Russh enlists Stephen Ward for a series of portraits starring Hirschy Hirschfelder. The Aussie model sports a mix of silver tops, metallic eye shadow and gems in the shoot styled by Billie Iveson. For beauty, hair stylist Alan White and makeup artist James Boehmer create youthful looks with a rock and roll edge.
Everybody’s Looking for Something – Wearing a comfortable mix of sleepwear inspired selects, model Emily Jean Bester steps in front photographer Stephen Ward’s lens for Russh magazine issue #46. Fashion editor Billie Iveson keeps a simple palette with Emily’s undone looks, but adds interesting jewelry to the mix. Hair and makeup by Renya Xydis (Artist Group) and Amanda Reardon (Viviens Creative) gives Emily a natural, effortless style.
The Blackbirds are Rough Today – Jess Gold dons comfortable looks styled by Billie Iveson in these effortless images by photographer Stephen Ward. Lensed for the latest issue of Russh, Jess radiates natural beauty with a touch of make-up by Victoria Baron and sun kissed waves styled by Alan White.
Mind the Shape – Jac + Jack enlists Ruby Jean Wilson for an elegantly seductive campaign featuring the label’s fall 2012 collection. Captured by Stephen Ward and styled by Trevor Stones, Ruby Jean wears designer Jac Hunt’s sensuous silhouettes which were inspired by old Hollywood glamour. Bringing a modern edge, the shapes become more sleek and streamlined in a wintry palette of pewter, ash and midnight ink.
Over My Shoulder – Bambi Northwood-Blyth strips down for this natural beauty series featured in the latest issue of Russh Magazine. Stephen Ward captured the Aussie beauty in simple looks with creative direction by Christine Thornton. Slick hair by Michele McQuillan and smokey eyes by Anni Hall complement Bambi’s laid-back ensembles.
50′s Moment – The December issue of Marie Claire Australia takes 1950′s style into the new decade with Stephan Ward’s striking portraits featuring the work of Prada, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and others. Styled by Jana Pokorny, Rose is as cool as a cucumber in classic hair and makeup by Max May.