Holly – Photographed for the premier issue of New Zealand publication Black Magazine’s new online platform, BLK on BLK, rising star Holly Rose stars in a dark shoot. In front of Thom Kerr’s lens, the blonde beauty wears tough, black leather looks styled by Infamous Uno. / Hair and makeup by Justin Henry
Reasons to Be Beautiful – Gabby Dover may look like she has intense tattoo sleeves in her latest Black Magazine shoot, but it’s actually the result of 9 hours of hand-painted work. The new face poses for Thom Kerr in studio images featuring luxe fall fashions. Stylist Sarah Birchley dresses the brunette in designs from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu and Saint Laurent. Becca Gilmartin created the shoot’s colorful body art while Amber D. worked on Gabby’s beauty looks.
Body Beautiful – Eva Downey shows she’s comfortable in her own skin in a new spread for New Zealand’s Black Magazine, dubbed “I Love Being Me.” We’re sure it can’t be too hard to feel self-confident when you look so good in lingerie! Thom Kerr snaps the Kiwi model in apparel and undergarments selected by stylist Emma Read. Fashion designers including Alice McCall, Escada, and Manning Cartel are all represented in the 12-page spread.
We Do What We Want – Models Rhianna Porter (Chic), Josephine Le Tutour (London), and Emily Green (Vivien’s) play a group of boarding school bad girls for this bewitching story from Black Magazine’s latest issue, photographed by Thom Kerr. Styled by Bex Sheers, the schoolgirls don seasonal outfits with gothic undertones and impressive hair and make-up styling by Lauren McCowen and Jovita Lee.
Joan of Art – Taking to the woods in airy and light silhouettes, Mackenzie Drazan is an absolute vision in Thom Kerr’s enchanting images for Fashion Gone Rogue. Swathed in a collection of ethereal garments styled by Denise Gomez, Mackenzie goes from horse back to standing barefoot with angelic hair and makeup by Mil Ranon. / Production by Jovita Lee
Eva (The Agency) shines brightly in photographer Thom Kerr’s latest work for Monster and Midget. Sporting the work of John Galliano, Prada and Miu Miu, Eva dons the feminine stylings of James Dykes with a heavy dose of color and light textures in EVAlution.