Monday, January 31, 2011

Doingbird Spring 2011 cover, ph: Collier Schorr, stylist:

Collier Schorr photographed Britt Maren for the spring 2011 Doingbird Magazine cover in New York on December 18, 2010.

Doingbird Spring 2011 Cover
Model: Britt Maren
Photographer: Collier Schorr
Stylist: David Vandewal
Makeup: Peter Philips

"Transition" - Naty Chabanenko, Directed by Tim Richardson

Tim Richardson directed Naty Chabanenko in the film "Transition", in New York on July 22, 2010 with stylist William Graper.

"Transition"
Model: Naty Chabanenko
Director/DP: Tim Richardson
Stylist: William Graper
Makeup: Dotti
Hair: Tristan Waikong
Diretor: Jeff Elstone
Story Director: Aramique
Creative Director & Executive Producer: Kaya Sorhaindo
Editor: Graeme Pereira
Original score: 'The Melting Clock' by Gary Gunn

Love Magazine Spring 2011 Cover preview: Lea T, ph: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, stylist: Katie Grand

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed Lea T for the Spring 2011 LOVE Magazine cover.

Love Magazine Spring 2011 Cover
Model: Lea T
Photographers: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Preview courtsey: LOVE Magazine Website

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Jil Sander Fall 2010 Campaign II - Daria Strokous, ph: Willy Vanderperre, stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Willy Vanderperre photographed Daria Strokous for the spring 2011 Jil Sander campaign in Paris on November 13, 2010 with stylist Olivier Rizzo.

Jil Sander Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Daria Strokous
Photographer: Willy Vanderperre
Stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Addiction by Ayako Spring 2011 Campaign - Daria Strokous, Photo: Steven Meisel, Stylist: Lori Goldstein

Steven Meisel photographed Daria Strokous for the spring 2011 Addiction by Ayako campaign in New York on September 17, 2010.

Addiction by Ayako Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Daria Strokous
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Lori Goldstein
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Ayako



Armani Exchange Spring 2011 Campaign Video: Alejandra Alonso

Matthew Scrivens photographed Alejandra Alonso for Armani Exchange Spring 2011 Campaign on November 2-3, 2010 in California.

Armani Exchange Spring 2011 Campaign Video
Model: Alejandra Alonso
Photographer: Matthew Scrivens

Friday, January 21, 2011

Models.com Model Style Interview with Fei Fei Sun

Full Interview can be seen at models.com

Jeans - Zara, Coat -Burberry, Bag – Proenza Schouler:


With her effervescent personality and one of a kind look, Fei Fei Sun has become one of the most coveted girls of the moment. Her face can be seen in the pages of fashion bibles like Vogue Italia, V and i-D, but when she isn’t bringing designer creations to life, Fei Fei is just a normal girl who loves shopping, traveling and learning more about her new hometown.

MDC: I know you’ve been in New York for 6 months, how has it been for you so far?:

Fei Fei: Amazing! New York is a very crazy city and a new home for me. This is my first time in New York, and everything for me is new. I’m still learning everything, like how to go to the subways and supermarkets, my new agency here. When I’m working, I’m meeting new friends, and learning about the new everything with New York, good shops and good restaurants, and which food is New York people’s favorite. I’m learning that the New York City feeling is a lot like Shanghai, very young.

MDC: What do you like when you’re shopping?

Fei Fei: I like simple clothes in simple colors; white, black, with just a little color here and there. I like going to Topshop, H+M, Zara because it is nice and cheap, and sometimes Barneys for really nice bags and nice shoes. I like clothes with clean shapes. It is fun going to vintage shops with my friends, but I feel like know very little, I’m still learning about fashion.

MDC: Have you had any really fun experiences modeling recently?

Fei Fei: Modeling for me is such a crazy thing. In New York, everyday I can feel new things coming into my life. I really enjoying working with many different teams, with make up and hair, stylists, and photographers. The people are always very nice and friendly and funny. They’re always full of great ideas. My favorite thing has been changing my eyebrow color and playing with different eyeshadow colors, especially greens, yellows, and other bright colors. I really like the feeling of spring.

All photos Betty and Janelle for models.com.

Close up of Fei Fei’s chic PS1 and boots by Celine:

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Japanese Vogue March 2011 Cover: Izabel Goulart, ph: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, stylist: George Cortina

Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin photographed Izabel Goulart for cover of Japanese Vogue in New York on November 4, 2010.

Japanese Vogue March 2011 Cover
Model: Izabel Goulart
Photographers: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Stylist: George Cortina
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Makeup: Dick Page


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Prada Spring 2011 Campaign: Mariacarla Boscono, Photo: Steven Meisel

Steven Meisel photographed Mariacarla Boscono for the spring 2011 Prada campaign in New York on November 2-7, 2010.

Prada Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Mariacarla Boscono
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Melissa Rubini
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Pat Mcgrath
Casting Director: Ashley Brokaw

Selita Ebanks on Wendy Williams Show - January 17, 2010

I Can't Stand the Rain

Today in Manhattan it is currently 34°F (1°C), and rainy.

"I Can't Stand the Rain" is a song originally recorded by Ann Peebles, and written by Don Bryant, Bernard "Bernie" Miller & Ann Peebles. The song became Peebles' biggest hit when in 1973 it reached #38 on the US Pop Chart and #6 on the R&B/Black Chart. The single also reached #41 on the UK Pop Chart in April 1974. It was one of John Lennon's favorite songs and in a Billboard Magazine article he commented, "It's the best song ever."

Friday, January 14, 2011

Lanvin Spring 2011 campaign preview: Iselin Steiro, Photo: Steven Meisel

Steven Meisel photographed Iselin Steiro for the spring 2011 Lanvin campaign in New York on November 1, 2010.

Lanvin Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Iselin Steiro
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Alber Elbaz
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Pat Mcgrath







Thursday, January 13, 2011

+j Jil Sander for Uniqlo Spring 2011 Campaign preview: Isabeli Fontana, Photo: David Sims, Stylist: Joe McKenna

David Sims photographed Isabeli Fontana for the spring 2011 +j Jil Sander for Uniqlo campaign in New York on November 7, 2010 with stylist Joe McKenna.

+j Jil Sander for Uniqlo Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Isabeli Fontana
Photographer: David Sims
Stylist: Joe McKenna
Hair: Guido Palau
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Casting: Madeline Kiersztan at Ms4

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Jil Sander Fall 2010 Campaign - Daria Strokous, ph: Willy Vanderperre, stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Willy Vanderperre photographed Daria Strokous for the spring 2011 Jil Sander campaign in Paris on November 13, 2010 with stylist Olivier Rizzo.

Jil Sander Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Daria Strokous
Photographer: Willy Vanderperre
Stylist: Olivier Rizzo

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

WWD January 2011 Cover / Givenchy Pre Fall 2011

Givenchy Pre-Fall 2011
Models: Izabel Goulart & Lea T
Location: Industria Studio, Studio #6,89 Jane Street, NY, NY.

Dolce and Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign Preview III: Izabel Goulart & Isabeli Fontana, ph: Steven Klein, stylist: Tabitha Simmons

Steven Klein photographed Izabel Goulart for the spring 2011 Dolce & Gabbana campaign in New York on November 11, 2010 with stylist Tabitha Simmons.

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign
Models: Izabel Goulart and ISabeli Fontana
Photographer: Steven Klein
Stylist: Tabitha Simmons
Hair: Garren
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Creative Director: Dennis Freedman
Art Director: Brendan Dugan
Acting Coach: Susan Batson
Location: Pier 59 Studios

DSquared2 Spring 2011 Campaign preview II: FeiFei Sun, Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Stylist: Katie Grand

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed FeiFei Sun for the spring 2011 DSquared2 campaign in Los Angeles on October 30, 2010 with stylist Katie Grand.

Dsquared2 Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: FeiFei Sun
Photographer: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Katie Grand
Art Director: Giovanni Bianco
Makeup: Tom Pecheux
Hair: Paul Hanlon
Production: Roz Norman at LaLa Land

Loewe Spring 2011 Campaign preview: Mariacarla Boscono, Ph: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Stylist: Katie Grand

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed Mariacarla Boscono for the spring 2011 Loewe campaign in Los Angeles on November 1, 2010 with stylist Katie Grand.

Loewe Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Mariacarla Boscono
Photographer: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Katie Grand
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Hair: Paul Hanlon

Monday, January 10, 2011

DSquared2 Spring 2011 Campaign preview: FeiFei Sun, Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Stylist: Katie Grand

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed FeiFei Sun for the spring 2011 DSquared2 campaign in Los Angeles on October 30, 2010 with stylist Katie Grand.

Dsquared2 Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: FeiFei Sun
Photographer: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Katie Grand
Art Director: Giovanni Bianco
Makeup: Tom Pecheux
Hair: Paul Hanlon
Production: Roz Norman at LaLa Land


V Magazine 69 - Iris Strubegger, ph: Karl Lagerfeld, stylist: Haider Ackermann

Karl Lagerfeld photographed Iris Strubegger for V Magazine on November 27, 2010 in Paris with designer Haider Ackermann styling.

V Magazine Issue #69 Editorial
Model: Iris Strubegger
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Stylist: Haider Ackermann
Hair: Laurent Philippon
Makeup: Stephanie Kunz
Casting Director: Evelien Joos
Scan Source: Austin Smedstad at Starworks

Friday, January 7, 2011

January 2011 Italian Vogue Video, FeiFei Sun, Photo: Steven Meisel, Stylist: Karl Templer

Steven Meisel photographed FeiFei Sun for Italian Vogue on November 30, 2010 with stylist Karl Templer.

Italian Vogue January 2011 Editorial
Model: FeiFei Sun
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Karl Templer
Makeup: Pat McGrath
Hair: Guido Palau

Video can be seen Vogue.It and YouTube.com

Screen cap from video:

V Magazine Issue #69 - FeiFei Sun & Kristina Romanova, ph: Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi, stylist: Sabina Schreder

Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi photographed FeiFei Sun and Kristina Romanova for V Magazine on November 7, 2010 in New York with stylist Sabina Schreder.

V Magazine Issue #69 Editorial
Models: FeiFei Sun and Kristina Romanova
Photographers: Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi
Stylist: Sabina Schreder
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Makeup: Virgina Young
Scan Source: Austin Smedstad at Starworks



Wednesday, January 5, 2011

January 2011 Italian Vogue Editorial, FeiFei Sun, Photo: Steven Meisel, Stylist: Karl Templer

Steven Meisel photographed FeiFei Sun for Italian Vogue on November 30, 2010 with stylist Karl Templer.

Italian Vogue January 2011 Editorial
Model: FeiFei Sun
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Stylist: Karl Templer
Makeup: Pat McGrath
Hair: Guido Palau





D&G Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign preview: Auguste Abeliunaite, ph: Mario Testino

Mario Testino photographed Auguste Abeliunaite for the Spring 2011 D&G Dolce & Gabbana campaign.

D&G Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Auguste Abeliunaite
Photographer: Mario Testino

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

V Magazine 69 Editorial preview - Natasha Poly, ph: Willy Vanderperre, stylist: Panos Yiapanis

Willy Vanderperre photographed Natasha Poly for V Magazine on November 27-28, 2010 in London with stylist Panis Yiapanis.

V Magazine Issue #69 Editorial
Model: Natasha Poly
Photographer: Willy Vanderperre
Stylist: Panos Yiapanis
Scan Source: Austin Smedstad at Starworks









Organice Your Life - December 2010 Cover & interview : Valentina Zelyaeva, ph: Alique

Alique photographed Valentina Zelyaeva for Organice Your Life on November 24, 2010 in New York.

Organice Your Life December 2010 Cover
Model: Valentina Zelyaeva
Photographer: Alique
Art Director: Joep Becx

Entire issue pdf can beseen at: organiceyourlife.com

Lonneke and Valentina think back about the shoot and share their experiences:

Valentina: Ok, so let me tell you something about the shoot. The morning of the shoot was one of the coldest days in November, but we all stayed warm and cozy thanks to Lonneke. She was kind enough to let us into her cute loft to shoot the cover and videos. She prepared wonderful lunch for the crew: yummy veggie soup, organic
bread from the farmers market, local cheese and organic salad with avocado and olive oil-sesame seed-lemon dressing.

Lonneke: Thanks Val!

V: Yes, it was so good that I got inspired and the next day I copied you by making the same lunch for myself :)

L: Love to hear that, I enjoy making (hopefully) delicious foods for friends and crew!

V: I thought it was great working with Alique. She took beautiful pictures of us, and I’m hoping to work and hang out with her more in the future.

L: Yes, that’s why I am happy that Alique creates all the covers for Organice Your Life® together with Art Director Joep Becx. Alique is talented and a very successful
photographer from Holland, together we want to conquer the world! Tijl did the really cool video of us in Holiday Style. Everybody seemed to have fun at the shoot!

V: Anne-Marie and I met last year at the Pura Vida party and we have the same passion for Raw Food, so it was great talking with her about it. Her love for dolphins and sea life is something to look up to.

L: Yes that’s amazing! Anne-Marie and I have been friends for a while and we both love to discuss good foods, healthy living and other interesting things in life. I am happy the three of us could manage to do the shoot together for this cover.

V: So with this issue: What do you wish for yourself and the OYL readers for 2011?

L: Well, I wish of course the usual: Happiness, Love and Peace for me and my loved ones, but I also hope that people get inspired to do good,for themselves, for friends, family and others. An inspired world is a joy forever! And what about you?

V: The whole world celebrates New Year! That means a fresh start foreveryone, new ideas, new plans,people looking forward to a new year, and we can make goals what we want to achieve in the year to come! I feel lots of good vibes around me and I think no matter where you are and what you do, the most important thing is to meet the New
Year with positive energy and a happy attitude, and that’s what I will try to do!

L & V: From both of us, we wish everyone a very joyous end of 2010 and an amazing New Year!

Playing Fashion Winter 2010 Cover: Viktoriya Sasonkina, ph: Cate Underwood

Playing Fashion Fall 2011 Cover
Model: Viktoriya Sasonkina
Photographer: Cate Underwood



Playing Fashion Winter 2010 Cover: Alla Kostromichova, ph: Roman Pashkovsky

Playing Fashion Fall 2011 Cover
Model: Alla Kostromichova
Photographer: Roman Pashkovsky


Chloe Spring 2011 Campaign preview II: Iselin Steiro, ph: David Sims, stylist: Marie Amelie Sauve

David Sims photographed Iselin Steiro for the spring 2011 Chloe campaign on November 14-16, 2010 in New York with stylist Marie Amelie Sauve.

Chloe Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Iselin Steiro
Photographer: David Sims
Stylist: Marie Amelie Sauve
Location: Pier 59 Studio, Studios 9 & 10

Miu Miu Spring 2011 Campaign: Kasia Struss, ph: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed Kasia Struss for the spring 2011 Miu Miu campaign on November 11-12, 2010 in London with stylist Joe McKenna.

Miu Miu Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Kasia Struss
Photographers: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Joe McKenna
Hair: Christiaan
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Location: Big Sky Studio, Studios 9 & 10, 29-31 Brewery Road, London, UK

New York Times Article: Daphne Guinness, Fashion’s Wild Child, by Guy Trebay



Article can be read at The New York Times

Daphne Guinness, Fashion’s Wild Child

By GUY TREBAY

NO organ is more promiscuous than the eye, and no appetite more insatiable than the hunger to look. These truths go a long way toward explaining the preoccupations of a culture whose interest in imagery is defining. They also help one understand the ever-creeping appeal of fashion, a sphere that, like sport, is largely populated by arresting-looking people doing stuff that is legible without the help of words.

It is not that fashion never requires translation; a lot of it is arcane even to adepts. Certain people, too, contradictorily are both creations of the fashion world and yet somehow seem to exist outside it. Actors in a social theater, as we all are, they rise above the ordinary by giving sartorial performances unfettered by the bonds of convention or propriety or practicality or, often enough, common sense.

Daphne Guinness is one such wonderful oddity. Over the last year, hers has been among the most startling, engaging and snake-fascinating presences on the scene. Whether darting across the Place Vendôme in Paris or chatting with Alex Rodriguez at a mosh-pit art-world dinner during Art Basel Miami Beach or seated demurely at a staid dinner benefiting the American Academy in Rome, Ms. Guinness is a reliably otherworldly apparition.

Her mounds of skunk-dyed hair may be piled to “Bride of Frankenstein” heights or cantilevered in a lace kerchief that lends her a resemblance to a Rastafarian with an opulent mane of dreadlocks. Her lithe sparrow’s frame may be cinched into a sequined dress from the latest Chanel couture collection or swathed in majestic Grecian draperies or stiff garments that resemble something out of the wardrobe closet for “Spartacus” or gold lamé leggings that look as if they’d been applied with an airbrush.

Whatever else she has on, Ms. Guinness invariably wears the real jewels, her own, that distinguish her from the numerous society sandwich-boards seen strutting around, camera ready, in borrowed finery and gems. And she is typically shod in footgear whose platform soles are so high that they defy both the precepts of feminism and the laws of gravity (and the latter not always successfully; she has been known to tumble from the heights of her specially made Christian Louboutins). Venetian courtesans teetering on 17th-century wooden chopines had nothing on Ms. Guinness, whose progress to the women’s room from the dinner table at one charity dinner last fall kept a room full of guests in bated-breath suspense.

Who is this woman, what form of rara avis bedecked in diamonds and plumes?

You won’t have any trouble finding out if you ask a person with the least interest in style. Ms. Guinness — as Lady Gaga, an avowed fan, could tell you — is a titled brewery heiress; a granddaughter of Diana Mitford, the wife of the British nobleman and fascist Oswald Mosley; the ex-wife of Spyros Niarchos, scion of a fabulously wealthy Greek shipping dynasty; the 43-year-old mother of three children; the consort of Bernard-Henri Lévy, a wealthy French intellectual almost as renowned for his mind as for his luxuriant mane; and a muse to photographers as unalike as David LaChapelle and Steven Klein and to designers like the English tyro Gareth Pugh.

That she has always been defined in terms of the men in her life goes a long way toward explaining Ms. Guinness’s reinvention of herself roughly a decade ago as a kind of performance artist whose tool kit is her wardrobe. The febrile-looking, almost lunar creature that emerged from a wifely chrysalis can sometimes appear as a techno/aesthetic movement mash-up: part Huysmans and part Jules Verne. That she is handsome and even-featured only partly explains the way she captivates viewers and the lens of a camera. Plenty of good-looking women of fashion get themselves up in outlandish outfits; relatively few retain interest after the initial jolt of surprise has faded away.

Because she is rich and socially secure and also blessed with theatrical gifts hard to categorize, Ms. Guinness tends to fall outside the understanding of many observers, who look at her wearing shoes with no heels or face-obscuring veils or headpieces reminiscent of carnival ponies and brand her a freak.

What Daphne Guinness is not, she insists, is eccentric. “I truly hate the word,” she said recently, a complaint uttered first in a telephone call from London and repeated from 35,000 feet above the Atlantic as she flew to the South of France for Christmas (as a stipulation of the Guinness-Niarchos divorce settlement, her children spend the holidays with their father’s family). “I’m actually very grounded,” she added. “Also, eccentrics are almost asexual, and that is not something you can say of me, by any means.”

For Ms. Guinness, her wardrobe antics and often outlandish appearances in public “are kind of an ever-evolving art project,” she explained. “When I was a child,” being raised largely among the haute bohemians of the wealthy expatriate colony of Cadaqués, Spain, Ms. Guinness said: “I was overly serious and thoughtful, a real tomboy, always dressing up as a knight or a pirate or a red Indian. If there is anything you can say about me, it’s that I have not lost the imagination I had when I was 5 years old.”

Neither has she lost the tendency to dress in a way that makes it sometimes seem as if she is pushing impatiently outward at the boundaries of gender. Yet critics who see in Ms. Guinness's tough technological style — in her slightly barbarous emphasis on wearing feathers and pelts, in her taste for hardware — a rebuke to traditional femininity might be surprised to learn that she is, in person, a surprisingly girly girl. “For so much of my life, it was about being as small as possible or even invisible,” she said. “As a Niarchos, I was told constantly that you must and mustn’t be this or that. After I left my marriage, I found I was able to flex my muscles, to play with the way I looked again.”

Fashion, noted Ms. Guinness, who said she never reads the fashion magazines that make a fetish of her (“Scientific American is my heaven,” she said), is not meant to be taken seriously. Rule-bound by definition, fashion nonetheless holds out the possibility for self-transformation, masquerade, serious flights of fancy and even occasionally cultural critique. In Ms. Guinness’s case, it also provides a pretext for the enactment of a continuing commentary on what it means to perform the public role of a woman; as a kind of 21st-century geisha, she finds herself with the means to bypass traditional systems of patronage and the wit to mount a lively, unorthodox theater of womanliness solely to amuse herself.

“Of course, I get it wrong 60 percent of the time, but it’s about the experimentation,” Ms. Guinness said. “So much spirit and freedom of experimentation died in the ’80s,” she added. “It started with AIDS; AIDS wiped all that out. And so many of the people who would understand what I’m doing are dead now. Still, even though I am not trained at this, I try to find new ways of expressing myself and to use whatever it is I have creatively. I am not an eccentric, and I am not some sort of multitrillionaire just interested in buying clothes.”

Clothes are far from a driving force, Ms. Guinness said. What inspires her experimental flights is something more hard-headed and ordinary — a bristling refusal to conform.

“What drives me now is the idea of something being against the world,” she said. “I’m an artist, I suppose.”

Monday, January 3, 2011

Roberto Cavalli 40th Anniversary - Natasha Poly, ph: Mert Alad & Marcus Piggott, Stylist: Marlie Amelie Sauve

Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photographed Natasha Poly for Roberto Cavalli's 40th Anniversary Book on April 15, 2010 in Los Angeles with stylist Marie Amelie Sauve.

Roberto Cavalli's 40th Anniversary Book
Model: Natasha Poly
Photographers: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Marie Amelie Sauve
Art Director: Fabien Baron
Hair: Paul Hanlon
Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury
Location: 5121 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA

Chloe Spring 2011 Campaign preview: Iselin Steiro, ph: David Sims, stylist: Marie Amelie Sauve

David Sims photographed Iselin Steiro for the spring 2011 Chloe campaign on November 14-16, 2010 in New York with stylist Marie Amelie Sauve.

Chloe Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Iselin Steiro
Photographer: David Sims
Stylist: Marie Amelie Sauve
Location: Pier 59 Studio, Studios 9 & 10

Dolce and Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign Preview: Izabel Goulart & Isabeli Fontana, ph: Steven Klein, stylist: Tabitha Simmons

Steven Klein photographed Izabel Goulart for the spring 2011 Dolce & Gabbana campaign in New York on November 11, 2010 with stylist Tabitha Simmons.

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 Campaign
Models: Izabel Goulart and ISabeli Fontana
Photographer: Steven Klein
Stylist: Tabitha Simmons
Hair: Garren
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Creative Director: Dennis Freedman
Art Director: Brendan Dugan
Acting Coach: Susan Batson
Location: Pier 59 Studios

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Campaign preview, Ginta Lapina, ph: Juergen Teller, stylist: Poppy Kain

Juergen Teller photographed Ginta Lapina for the spring 2011 Marc by Marc Jacobs campaign in Marrakech on November 18-19, 2010 with stylist Poppy Kain.

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 Campaign
Model: Ginta Lapina
Photographer: Juergen Teller
Stylist: Poppy Kain
Hair: Christiaan
Makeup: Dick Page
Location: Marrakech, Morocco

Givenchy Spring 2011 Campaign Preview: Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly and Iris Strubegger, ph: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, stylist: Panos Yiapanis

Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott photographed Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly and Iris Strubegger for the spring 2011 Givenchy campaign in London on November 15, 2010 with stylist Panos Yiapanis.

Givenchy Spring 2011 Campaign
Models: Mariacarla Boscono, Natasha Poly and Iris Strubegger
Photographers: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
Stylist: Panos Yiapanis
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Location: Big Sky Studios, 29-31 Brewery Road, Studio #1, London, UK

Mariacarla Boscono:


Natasha Poly



Iris Strubegger