Born Again and Still Guilty – Amanda Norgaard takes on schoolgirl looks with a devious edge for the autumn-winter issue of The Black Magazine, lensed by Tung Walsh. Demure coats and jackets styled by Michelle Cameron get a rebellious edge with sheer and unexpected cuts from the likes of Narcisco Rodriguez, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent and Fendi.
Bella – Actress Bella Heathcote stars in the Teen Spirit issue of The Block, wearing standout looks from the fall collections. Photographed by Beau Grealy with styling by James Worthington DeMolet, Bella poses in a motel room giving an angst-filled performance in designs from the likes of Gucci, Alexander Wang, Costume National and Haider Ackermann.
Moving Picture – One of fashion’s top hair stylists, Didier Malige, creates sixties inspired hair looks for the spring-summer issue of The Block Magazine. Model Kate Wagoner plays a bachelorette living in Manhattan with Victor Demarchelier’s (Management Artists) black and white portraits influenced by movie stills. Britt Marie Kittelsen styles the blonde in modish looks while makeup artist Samantha Trinh creates smokey eyes.
Classical Theories – Ali Michael dons a fusion of masculine and feminine beauty looks for the latest issue of The Block. Lensed by Jason Kim with styling by Joseph Episcopo, Ali wears bold makeup by beauty editor Samantha Trinh. Hair stylist Seiji also creates classic curls and sleek coifs for the story.
Spring’s Mistress – Scottish singer Shirley Manson stars in the spring-summer issue of The Block Magazine, wearing a sampling of all the recent collections. Lensed by Kenneth Cappello with styling by editor-in-chief James Worthington Demolet, Shirley wears monochrome looks from the likes of Balenciaga, Helmut Lang, Rick Owens and Altuzarra.
Decadent Basic – The spring-summer issue of The Block Magazine tackles the topic of marriage equality, and photographer Bon Duke argues for unconventional wedding dresses with a story featuring athletic alternatives. Stylist Martha Violante dresses Chrishell Stubbs in spring pieces and veils from labels such as Altuzarra, Jil Sander and Louis Vuitton in the eclectic portraits.
Taylor Made – Street style blogs are making editors into their own brand of celebrities with snaps of their stylish ensembles. For the latest issue of The Block, photographer Tetsuharu Kubota and fashion editor James Worthington DeMolet transform Marie Claire US style and accessory director Taylor Tomasi Hill into model for the day in looks from the fall collections. From Valentino’s lacy elegance to Celine’s minimal outlook to Miu Miu’s whimsical prints, Taylor rocks the pieces like a pro with her fiery red locks on full display.
On the Block – Jennifer Pugh stars alongside Salieu Jalloh in this colorful story for The Block’s fall-winter issue lensed by Hans Neumann. Outfitted in autumn looks from the likes of Prada, Missoni and Burberry Prorsum selected by Grace Koo, the duo is full of energy in the studio shots.
The Future is Now – Flavia de Oliveira trades in her signature Brazilian charm for a more stoic look in Cameron Krone’s latest images for The Block’s fall-winter issue. Donning androgynous and minimal garb styled by Priscilla Polley, Flavia roams a desolate landscape with a white streak in her hair and a strong brow.
Restless – Ashley Smith evokes the spirit of a seventies movie siren for the fall-winter issue of The Block. Captured by Guy Aroch and styled by Catherine Newell-Hanson, Ashley is a free spirit in heavy knits and outerwear from the likes of Calvin Klein, Michael Kors and Junya Watanabe. Windsept hair, red lips and a smoky eye complete the picture perfect look.