Is it Any Wonder?–After a look at the covers last month, Wonderland Magazine has released more photographs of Emma Watson’s main feature for the issue which she also guest edits. The British actress poses for Christian Oita in a series of fantasy-filled portraits where she channels Parisian chic, fairy tale princess and elf goddess. Emma also poses alongside her “Noah” co-star, Douglas Booth, as well in looks styled by Matthew Josephs.
Putting on the Knits – Appearing in the latest issue of Wonderland Magazine, Kel Markey models relaxed style featuring autumn knits and denim looks. Bruno Staub photographed the dark-haired beauty while Anthony Unwin of Atelier Management styled Kel in a mix of designs from the likes of Margaret Howell, Neil Barrett and Levi’s. / Hair by Brian Buenaventura, Makeup by Hunyh
Get Your Glow On – Nikolay Biryukov captures an Emporio Armani feature for the February-March issue of British magazine, Wonderland. Model Weronika Dus gets outfitted by Rebecca Sammon in Emporio’s metallic and sequined designs with oiled skin and mussed tresses. / Makeup by Marina Keri, Hair by Roku Roppongi
Room in Use – Wearing Bulgari’s new Serpenti Collection, fresh face Grace Hartzel models dark and sleek style for the latest issue of Wonderland Magazine. Captured by Greta Ilieva with styling by Matilda Goad, the brunette pairs sparkling gems with gothic fashion from the likes of Fendi, Azzedine Alaïa and Versace. / Hair by Cyndia Harvey, Makeup by Shinobu
Sister of the Night – Photographer Victor Demarchelier lenses Aline Weber (Next) in this sexy rooftop editorial for the latest issue of Wonderland Magazine. Wearing glamorous selects styled by Anthony Unwin (Atelier Management), Aline is a dream in the night with her ethereally good looks and moody ensembles. / Hair by Teddy Charles, Makeup by Maud Laceppe
A Flash in the Dark – For the September-October issue of Wonderland, photographer Bjarne Jonasson lenses Julia Valimaki (Storm) in an exquisite range of beauty looks by make-up artist Kelly Cornwell (Premier). Julia is a stunning work of art for the glossy, with abstract applications of vivid color and the boldest of brows.
Nude in Dior – In front of Mark Kean’s lens, models Maria Loks, Pau (Viva London), Hye and Vita (IMG Models) don Dior’s Nude cosmetics line in lingerie inspired looks. Shot for the September issue of Wonderland, the quartet wears selects from the likes of Dior, Paco Rabanne, Bodas and Eres pieced together by stylist Julia Sarr Jamois. Luminous skin by makeup artist Lucy Burt and slicked back coifs by hair stylist Halley Brisker bring a modern edge to the vintage style setting and wardrobe. / Manicure by Jenni Draper, Casting by Nic Burns
The Beat Kids – Mark Kean captures Dempsey Stewart and male model Jester rocking beatnik style for the April-May issue of Wonderland Magazine. The duo dons a wardrobe of all McQ by Alexander McQueen styled by Julia Sarr Jamois in a bar room setting. Dempsey and her beau evoke youthful nonchalance with hair and makeup by Karin Bigler and Lucy Burt.
At Home with Josephine – Josephine Skriver wears pastel prints and patterns in Mark Kean’s retro style images featured in the April-May issue of Wonderland Magazine. Julia Sarr Jamois styles the blonde beauty in colorful ensembles featuring the designs of Christopher Kane, Balenciaga, Miu Miu and Dolce & Gabbana amongst others. Feathered tresses by Panos and pink lips by Lucy Burt complete the standout looks. / Set design by Suzanne Beirne
Belle of the Ball – Anouk De Heer models spring’s most elegant, ladylike fashions for Mark Kean’s latest work featured in the February/March edition of Wonderland Magazine. Garbed in the feminine creations of Valentino, Miu Miu, Christopher Kane and others selected by Julia Sarr Jamois, Anouk is a dreamy vision with decorative flowers and column tables from set designer Suzanne Beirne. / Hair by Panos, Makeup by Mel Arter