September issues are always highly anticipated and Dazed & Confused never disappoints.
Dazed & Confused magazine revealed this conceptual editorial in their November 2012 issue. Entitled ‘Where Do The Robots Go?’, the models mimic mundane tasks done by factory workers while dressed in this seasons latest designs. Stylist Hannes Hetta carefully blends the model into the background while adding a touch of bold accent colors and prints.
For the Dazed & Confused Novemeber 2012 issue, Jeff Bark photographed 91-year old fashion guru, Iris Apfel. Shot in Apfel’s Manhattan home, stylist Robbie Spencer and photographer Jeff Bark’s channel Apfel’s “zen-meets-baroque style” in this
Dazed & Confused launched their September 2012 issue with this intriguing editorial featured by photographer Pierre Debusschere. Hérmes’s artistic director, Christophe Lemaire, paired up with well-known Korean brand Bean Pole to create Novö. The line was named after French rock critic Yves Adrien’s Novövision -who predicted the 1978 revolution of machines in music. Model Guerrino […]
Franken Fashion with model Guinevere van Seenus photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Karen Langley for Dazed & Confused October 2009
Check out this American Psycho inspired fashion editorial for the upcoming June Issue of Dazed & Confused. Shot by Matt Irwin and styled by Robbie Spencer ,”There are obvious nods to American Psycho in the story,” says Irwin. “But what i really wanted to get across was a feeling of decomposition – of a situation […]
For September’s cover, shot by Will Davidson, Dazed fashion members Karen Langley and Katie Shillingford worked together as a styling duo to captured their favourite new faces wearing some of the strongest collections of the season including Burberry Prorsum, D&G, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu.
Kasia Struss was photographed by Tim Richardson for Dazed & Confused Magazine (stylist: Karen Langley ) on March 7, 2008 at Pier 59 Studios. The editorial is a Yves Saint Laurent special, celebrating Stefano Pilati’s contribution to the house of Saint Laurent. A video of the shoot can be seen here.