Erik Madigan Heck has managed to establish his outstanding photographic aesthetics and for his latest collaboration, he teamed up with Muse magazine for its 37th issue. Protagonist of this editorial story, “Portrait of A Lady” is the chameleonic Guinevere Van Seenus, who also graces the captivating cover of the issue.
Black and white never, ever gets old but, when the help of subtle illustration is involved, the result is game-changing. This recipe followed Sicky magazine and presented the “Inside Out” editorial by Cristian Davila Hernandez, featuring model Maurice de Jonge on black background and total white outfits.
The working girl took to the runway for Proenza Schouler‘s Fall Winter 2014 collection. The masculine mood included rounded shoulders and voluminous, yet structured silhouettes with a balance of fitted bottoms and chunky pointed loafers.
The latest SS14 film of the French designers Déborah and Priscilla Royer, founders of Piece d’Anarchive is the result of a collaboration with Jean-Pierre Raynaud. The French duo has always been a huge fan of his work and his way of thinking. They got the chance to discover the man behind the work and learn about his vision […]
Structured silhouettes in achromatic black is the trademark for Sarah Ryan’s “Fraterna” Graduate collection. Ryan, who attended Limerick School Of Art And Design, focused on building a new body from the inside out, paying attention to contradicting textiles and the garments’ inter-connectivity.
AnOther Magazine hosts in its pages, yet again, an exquisite editorial starring model Kinée Diouf and shot by Viviane Sassen. What the always visually challenging photographer did in “It’s My Turn” editorial, was to provide a liberating feeling and an imperative urge for escape.