High Impact – Photographer Tina Chang and stylist Leah Van Loon team up for a story of autumn looks with a high gloss, modern edge. Models Sam Ypma and Kendall Graham take to the urban streets with colorful ponytails and standout style from the likes of Prada, Diane von Furstenberg, Alexander Wang and Paul Hardy. Neon-hued tresses courtesy of hair stylist Kirsten Klontz and berry lips by makeup artist Nickol Walkemeyer create the perfect contemporary beauty look.
Black Magic – Capturing the oversize trend of spring, Tina Chang photographs Meghan Collison for the latest issue of M Magazine. Styled by Katharine Erwin, Meghan dons a hint of ’80s style with androgynous jackets and dramatic makeup courtesy of Junko Kioka. / Hair by Gregory Alan, Assisted by Stephen Reiss
Some Enchanted Afternoon – Shot for the latest issue of Dubai’s M Magazine, photographer Tina Chang takes to a woodsy setting for a romantic shoot starring Sunday (Bareface). Styled by Sarah Maisey, Sunday sports an array of crystal adorned and tulle covered gowns straight out of a fairy tale. / Beauty by Carolyn Gallyer
Lorelei – Photographer Tina Chang goes on a tranquil trip to Hatta for the latest issue of Dubai’s M Magazine. Capturing Masha amid a setting of clear waters and majestic rocks, Chang works with fashion director Katie Trotter for a story of nature and fashion juxtaposing pieces from the likes of Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and others.
Working with stylist Kate Erwin, Tina Chang goes into the woods for a story of fashion and nature in the latest issue of M Magazine. Starring Julia Dunstall and Marla Boehr, the outdoor setting serves as the perfect backdrop to full coats of leather and wool. / Makeup by Junko Kioka, Hair by Gregory Alan
Heather Marks photographed by Tina Chang and styled by Kate Erwin
Hair by Gregory Alan and Makeup by Liz Aiello
Tina Chang goes out of the studio and into the wilderness for her most recent work published in The National Magazine. Featuring a solitary Gloria Loitz styled by Malorie Urbanovitch, the story places focus on a wardrobe of subtle hues paired with oversize jewelry.
In a season of womanly sophistication, it is quite refreshing to see fashion aimed at a more youthful crowd. The latest photographer taking on whimsical fashion just so happens to be Canadian photographer, Tina Chang. Capturing Masha of Bareface for The National Magazine’s latest issue, Chang creates a story of dreamy pastels and standout accessories with the aide of stylist Katie Trotter.