Sweet Caroline – Caroline Winberg plays a rebel in disguise for David Roemer’s latest work for The Block. Styled by Yuki James, snow white pieces from the likes of Vera Wang, Michael Kors and Alexander Wang get the edgy treatment with leather accessories.
Designer Woman – How do you power dress for the new millennium? The latest issue of The Block appears to have the answer with Nagi Sakai’s story of casual business attire donned by Daiane Conterato. Outfitted by Jennifer Patryn, Daiane models a wardrobe of pencil skirts, patterned tops and oversize accessories. Hair by Tuan Anh Tran, Makeup by Munemi Imai
She’s In Control – Fashion personality Nicole Richie dons a wardrobe of some of spring’s most memorable looks for the spring-summer issue of The Block. Lensed by Hugh Lippe, fashion editor James Worthington DeMolet brings classic Hollywood glamour into a new decade with his selection of stand-out looks from Marchesa, Zac Posen, Christian Dior and others.
A juxtaposition of the feminine and the masculine serves as the foundation for fashion editor Jen Patryn’s latest work in The Block. Starring Mina Cvetkovic and photographed by Nick Heavican’s, the colorful story offers sharp lines and slick outerwear from the likes of Stella McCartney, Burberry and Azzedine Alaïa.
Rodarte’s fall 2010 collection serves as the foundation for The Block’s most recent cover shoot. Starring Iekeliene Stange outfitted by James Worthington DeMolet, Iekeliene brings her own brand of stark and haunting beauty to Greg Harris’ The Dead Weather.
Crystal Renn looks born to move in the autumn issue of The Block Magazine. Wearing fall’s hottest looks from the likes of Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton and Isabel Marant styled by Aya Kanai, Crystal dons a curly ‘do and subtle makeup in Skye Parrott’s dynamic shoot.
Tapping into her inner rock goddess, Michelle Buswell is part Axl Rose and part Alice in Wonderland for the spring-summer edition of The Block. Captured by Cameron Krone, Michelle delves into a world of sequins, bright colors and airy fabrics courtesy of fashion editor James Worthington DeMolet with Rocket Queen.
Falling into the role of a modern day Florence Ballard, Chanel Iman evokes her inner 60s goddess for the summer edition of The Block. Lensed by Doug Inglish with styling by James Worthington Demolet, the American beauty poses in gravity defying shoes from Noritaka Tatehana and laughs in Viktor & Rolf’s signature tulle dress amidst a garden of delights.
Here’s our first look at The Block’s upcoming summer issue with cover girl Chanel Iman. Lensed by Doug Inglish with styling by James Worthington DeMolet, Chanel evokes the spirit of the late Florence Ballard while donning modern day garments from the likes of Miu Miu and Viktor & Rolf.