Rampage Fall Winter 2017.18 Collection

Photographer Dean Isidro
Model Maritza Veer
Stylist Soraya Dayani
Hair Stylist Anthony Campbell
Makeup Artist Ann Marie
Manicurist Angel Williams

H&M Holiday 2017 Underwear Collection

Model Luna Bijl
Photographer Marcus Ohlsson
Stylist Lisa Lindqwister
Makeup from Fredrik Stambro
Hair Styling by Rudi Lewis

CHANEL Paris-Hamburg Metiers d’Art 2017.18 Collection

TSE Pre-Fall 2018 collection lookbook

Model Giedre Dukauskaite
Photographer Thomas Slack
Stylist Tom Van Dorpe
Hair & Make-up Mark Edio

Oscar de la Renta‘s Pre-Fall 2018 womenswear collection lookbook

Models Lia Pavlova and Hiandra Martinez
Photographer Kristian Schuller
Casting Direction from Dante Frongillo and Onell Ednacot

Narciso Rodriguez Pre-Fall 2018 womenswear collection lookbook

Model Selena Forrest 
Photographer Victor Demarchelier
Stylist Elissa Santisi
Hair Stylist James Pecis
Makeup Artist Dick Page
Manicurist Deborah Lippmann

DESIGN SCENE STYLE – Vulgar Funny story

Model: Jagoda Dolinska at Avant Models – www.avantmodels.pl
Makeup Artist: You Hanzhi
Stylist: Ho Dalu
Photographer: Fang BoHung

Design SCENE Magazine #20 Issue – Of The Night story

Photographer: Hiroki Nagahiro – www.hirokinagahiro.com
Stylist: Alton Hetariki
Hair Stylist: Colin Gold
Makeup Artist: Barrie Griffiths
Manicurist: Karen Louise
Retoucher: Luca Szalmas
Models: Sergei and Nastya Cherkasova at Next Models

Chanel‘s Paris‑Hamburg 2017.18 Metiers d’Art collection silhouettes

Model Anna Ewers
Photographer Karl Lagerfeld   

The collection was presented yesterday at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, stay tuned for the looks from the show. Discover more of the Paris‑Hamburg 2017.18 Metiers d’Art collection silhouettes bellow:

Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall 2018 Womenswear Collectionmodels
Models Emm Arruda and Justine Asset
Photographer Sebastian Faena
Stylist Elin Svahn
Casting Direction from Bert Martirosyan
Makeup Artist Seong Hee Park
Hair Stylist Tomi Kono

miles aldridge on working with maurizio cattelan, gilbert & george and harland miller
The photographer’s new body of work sees him collaborate with a few iconic artists, to tell a story about the power of imagery.
“A door opening is the beginning of many great stories,” Miles Aldridge says, when asked about an image of the artists Gilbert & George opening the front door of their house at number 12, Fournier Street. The collaboration with Gilbert & George forms one third of Miles’ new exhibition, (after), recently opened at London’s Lyndsey Ingram Gallery.
Photography Miles Aldridge

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