Hot off the press from Amsterdam, internationally acclaimed hairstylist, Tommy Hagen, has taken his boundless energy and devoted it to a new creative journal called TonkaTom. The journal unites fashion and art for a innovative, diverse and socially dynamic visual experience.
It’s not easy to find a new way to present household fashion brands. Especially after you’ve just seen them in all the fashion week coverage, and multitude of collaborations and collections that pop out every day. But this inspired Ink Fabric editorial spread does so, and does it beautifully. Modeled by
Written by Guest Blogger Robyn Germanese So Fern, So Nah, is German for So Far So Close! And, with a breath of fresh air, we are transported to Mongolia in the December issue of Vogue Germany.
Prestage magazine teams up with fashion photographer Zeb Daemen for their fifth issue. Capturing model Florian Van Bael tied up in designs by Walter Van Beirendonck. Walter Van Beirendonck is part of the ‘Antwerp Six’. The Antwerp Six refers to a group of influential avant garde fashion designers who graduated from Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts [...]
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.
Andrew Yee and How to Spend It Magazine collaborate on a stunning editorial of baroque portrait-esque images. This ornate display of all things feminine, depict one of Fall’s biggest trends. Baroque styles have walked down the runways and posed for editorials this season but
London-based artist/photographer and recent Brighton University graduate, Rosanna Webster, is off to a dashing start with collaborations for Vogue Paris on a visual diary, AnOther, and this stunning illustrated editorial for Stamp Magazine. Desert botanical and
The latest spread in M Le Monde is part man about town, part Breaking the Magician’s Code. A dramatic collaboration between artist Alois Kronschläger and photographer Christian Anwander, it’s only when you look closely—between the
Written by Guest Blogger Marta Baniukiewicz Genera – plural for “Genus”, stands for a low-level biological classification system for organisms. It is also the title for an editorial in Hunter Magazine, shot by Jay Schoen. On the first visual level, the photographs touch upon the reference to nature, animals especially. The juxtaposition of artworks with [...]
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
Photographer Thomas Giddings shot this gorgeous editorial in Samphire Hoe, Kent, for Garage Magazine with the assistance of Fashion Director/Stylist Chloe Kerman. Giddings graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2007. His first ever camera was a snappy-snaps disposable which he