“Arizona Dream” editorial with Kendra Spears photographed by Paul Empson and styled by Havanna Laffitte for Mixte Magazine – May 2009.
Cent Magazine is a UK based, bi-annual publication that celebrates creativity in all its forms. ” We use no journalists, instead creatives themselves write about their own creative process.” Each issue is guest edited by a different creative who chooses a title that is core to their artistic process.
Femke wears: leather Hat by Studi07 (Germany) | Earings by Vassilis Zoulias | Dress by Frida Karadima The really Greek team shot ” The Night Porter “ Digital Editorial – Photographed by Errikos Andreou and styled by Al Giga – Exclusively for CyanaTrendLand!
The famous SHOWstudio website own and directed by Nick Knight opened a little while ago their amazing (online) store in London, where you can find bunch of randoms props/objects mostly coming from editorials and catwalk shows – www.shop.showstudio.com
‘DREAM ON’ editorial with Meghan Collison and Dree Hemingway photographed by Claudia Knoepfel + Stefan Indlekofer and styled by Nicola Knels for Vogue Germany – May 2009.
For the August issue of Dazed and Confused, photographer Jason Kibbler and stylist Karen Langley, with the help of set designer Gary Card, produced this pretty amazing editorial, inspired by Maria Blaisse work and re-interpreted her sculptural feats – Maria was famous in the 80′s for her revolutionary / futuristic vision. Read her interview on [...]
‘BEING ALEXA CHUNG’ editorial with Alexa Chung photographed by Thomas Giddings and styled by Sébastien Cambos for Jalouse – June 2009.
‘London Rooftop’ Digital Editorial photographed by Henrik Adamsen and styled by Sarah Paaschburg – Exclusively for CyanaTrendLand
As the American Summer wanes, Fall looks have undoubtedly begun to circulate the minds and mouths of the fashion world. Women having the majority of say in purchasing decisions is an undeniable fact, reflected clearly through the following shoot. Supermodels taking hold of this corporate city, embracing well-tailored fitted pieces matched with looser yet structured forms. A black ensemble is set adjacent to a full blown leopard print guise [which one would assume to clash but in fact manages to blend ever so tastefully]. A plain oversized neutral coat is accented withjust a tinge of metallic peeking out from beneath and those unexpected silk bunny ears Marc Jacobs got everyone talking about. And, of course, jeweled neck pieces almost overwhelming in size couldn’t hurt either. This particular Harper’s Bazaar editorial shot by Akrans emphasizes precisely what to watch out for within the coming months. See full spread on PaperMode.
‘Thriller Fashion’ with Agyness Deyn photographed by Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar September 09
Rehab never looked so appealing as it does in this brilliant editorial shot by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, July 2007.