The Charmer – Brunette bombshell Daisy Lowe charms a snake for the cover shoot of Oyster Magazine #96. In front of Will Davidson’s lens, Daisy wears a wardrobe of ’60s inspired looks from the likes of Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton, Christopher Kane and Burberry styled by Stevie Dance. Perfecting the retro look, the English beauty also wears a beehive by hair stylist Chi Wong and full lashes by makeup artist Hiromi Ueda.
The Ricci Life – Actress Christina Ricci stars in Australian publication Oyster Magazine’s latest issue. Photographed by Gregory Harris, Christina plays the role of wild child on the back of a motorcycle and wearing the designs of Burberry Prorsum, Jil Sander, Proenza Schouler and others selected by Stevie Dance.
Shore Thing – Rianne ten Haken taps into her maternal side for the January edition of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Captured by John Balsom, Rianne sports a wardrobe of classic looks with a twist from the likes of Prada, Jil Sander, Gucci and Ralph Lauren styled by Stevie Dance. Barely there makeup by Chiho Omae and tousled locks by Andre Gunn bring a refreshing touch to the beach-side images.
Bottega Beauty – Make-up artist Chiho Omae (Frank Reps) gives Liu Wen a romantic look in these images for the latest issue of V Magazine Spain. Lensed by Will Davidson with styling by Stevie Dance, Liu looks lovelorn and delicate in designs from Bottega Veneta.
Lindsey in Town – A smiling Lindsey Wixson gets tapped as the cover girl of Oyster Magazine’s October-November issue photographed by Will Davidson. With creative direction and styling by Stevie Dance, Lindsey visits Tennessee in colorful prints and bold texture from the fall collections of Dries von Noten, Rodarte, Prada and others. Carefree locks and seductive eyes by beauty artist Christian McCulloch fit Lindsey’s bubbly personality perfectly.
Dance’s work for Russh #37, photo by Benny Horne
New York based stylist Stevie Dance first got her start as an intern for Australian publication RUSSH. Soon after that, she moved up the ranks to become fashion editor of the magazine. This summer Dance wrapped her last issue as editor and although her unique and evocative style will be missed at the publication, Dance shows no sign of slowing down as a stylist or creative consultant. Recently, FGR got a chance to ask her a few questions about her personal style, hobbies, music tastes and much more.
For my work and for me, it’s about what I love. From a Lisa Bonet hair-do when I used to be a nut for The Cosby Show, to some t-shirt Courtney Love wore to memories from growing up in Connecticut and on the beach in Australia.
Hope Floats - Photographer Benny Horne photographs the sexy Jade Jackson for RUSSH magazine’s forty-first issue. With creative direction by Stevie Dance, Jade plays tough and cool in masculine kilts, using a vintage flag as an accessory. The delicious wardrobe includes garments by Missoni, Karen Walker, Pringle, Sonia Rykiel, Diesel, Altuzarra, Ohne Titel, Bernhard Willhelm, Daniel Lee and Acne.
The Beat of Fashion – Aymeline Valade takes to the streets and roadways of New York City for Russh’s latest cover shoot lensed by Will Davidson. Marking Stevie Dance’s last issue as Russh fashion editor, the jovial story is lighthearted and whimsical with jazz inspired selects showcasing Dance’s one of a kind aesthetic. Featuring designs from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander Wang and Michael Kors; Aymeline continues to dominate the editorial scene with this energetic shoot.
Aymeline Valade photographed by Will Davidson & styled by Stevie Dance for Russh #41 August/September 2011
King’s Landing – With a stellar performance at the fall 2011 shows and an upcoming appearance in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign, Kate King takes to the pages of Russh as the fresh face of now. Photographed by Benny Horne with creative direction by Stevie Dance, Kate dons contemporary denim mash-ups featuring the work of Yohji Yamamot, Levi’s and Ksubi.