Photographer Catherine Servel shoots model Julia Saner on the story, “Modern Romance” for The Sunday Times, April 2011. With Makeup by Chiho Omae (Frankreps) and Styling by editor Lucy Ewing in a bohemian looks with kooky hair styling to match in a whimsical/ Fantasy feel editorial.
'Shape Up!' story featured in Gloria Magazine Finland May 2011 Photography by Samuli Karala, whom shoots Amanda Laine in the black and white editorial whom shows off lust and sultry expersions with Styling by Michelle Cameron, Make-up by Chiho Omae, Hair by Shin Arima and Production by Wade Turnbull.
Photographer Diego Diaz Marin, shoots Italian model Caterina Maiorana in Florence, Italy and with the stylist Marco Bellomo. The shoot is inspired by spring of 90's, about a sexy and powerful woman called "Looking for Carmen San Diego". The Images are focus of light and soft backgrounds with strong, powerful expressions with given feel of chilled out summer afternoons. These beautiful images makes us wish it was summer now.
Diego Diaz Marin spanish fashion photographer, now resides in Italy in high fashion world, working for brands like Just Cavalli, Schield, etc..His work has been featured in many medias like Vogue.it and El Mundo.
Photographer Todd Cole shoots model Kirsty Hume for Paris – LA issue no. 6 with Frankreps; Hair by Michael Long and Makeup by Darlene Jacobs and Styled by Benjamin Sturgill. Shoot entirely in black and white, wearing polka dots, leather dress and bustiers.
Photographer Jeffery Jones shoots on the story 'California Dreaming' for Qvest Magazine with model Irina, with styling by Heather Smith. Set on the beach front wearing the likes of Philip Lim, Fendi, VPl and Samantha House Jewellery.
The editorial looks beautiful, no just the model, the imaginery, clothes and the scenery makes the editorial feel very summery.
Exclusively for EDUN LIVE on YOOXYGEN, world renowned trip-hop band Morcheeba has created a limited-edition T-shirt. Designed personally by Morcheeba’s lead singer, Skye Edwards, this 100% organic cotton unisex T-shirt features artwork inspired by the band’s latest album, Blood Like Lemonade. Morcheeba’s edition is the latest in the exclusive ever.green series for YOOXYGEN by EDUN LIVE. EDUN LIVE is part of the ethically aware clothing company EDUN Apparel, which was founded by Ali Hewson and her husband Bono in 2005. Past projects in the EDUN LIVE ever.green series exclusively for YOOXYGEN include T-shirts designed by Summer Rayne Oakes, Angela Lindvall and Elettra Wiedemann. All proceeds from this project are donated to YOOXYGEN’s official eco-partner, the Green Cross International.
Photography James Mountford shoots model Ali at Select for Stylist Magazine Issue 74 on the story 'Tough Love' showing black biker-inspired leathers will take you right through the summer. Just add hells and layers of jewllery, Styled by Alexandra Fullerton.
Photographer Craig McDean shoots modelsArizona Muse & Kasia Struss on the story 'Championship Season' showing off spring accessories that are an exercise in urban athleticism, with score of oversize duffels, racing strips, and sporty sneakers; with fashion editor by Marie-Amélie Sauvé forUS VOGUE MAY 2011.
Photographer Tesh shoots model Hye Park on the story, “Blue Streak” for the May 2011 issue of Marie Claire US. Make-up by Frankreps Makeup Artist Darlene Jacobs, Styled by Alison Edmond. As the Stars decamp to Cannes this month, the spirit of the French Riviera hits home in cinematic nautical stripes and seaworthy hues brought to you in 3-D
Prima Ballerina Janie Taylor Models Chloé’s Etheral Collection, a short film by director Bon Duke featuring New York City Ballet principal Janie Taylor as she road tests Chloé’s dance-inspired spring/summer 2011 collection with choreographer and corps de ballet member Justin Peck, as part of a fashion shoot for Canada’s The Block Magazine, the film was styled by creative director James Worthington DeMolet.
Photographer Dan Martensen shoots models Seijo, Eric P, Chris Brown and Kerry Deyman on the story, “California Dreaming” for the TelegraphMen’s Style Spring – Summer 2011 issue. Make-up by Frankreps Makeup Artist, Dawn Broussard and styled by Clare Richardson; showing off the combination of casual layers and relaxed tailoring to capture the spring and summer mood LA-style
A photo shoot created by Fantastic Man in Berlin in collaboration with thecorner.com marking the fourth stage in the fashion tour ‘Styling Around the world’, showcasing a selection of cutting-edge brands, all available on thecorner.com.
After Los Angeles, thecorner.com’s “Styling Around the World” project has now reached its fourth destination, the trendsetting and vivacious Berlin, along with its latest partner in style, Fantastic Man.
The innovative and continuous “Styling Around the World” initiative, now in its fourth year, calls upon the talent of a stylist or magazine to curate a photo shoot in different major cities throughout the world armed with a wardrobe of the latest designer pieces from thecorner.com.
The twice-yearly gentleman’s style journal, Fantastic Man, was chosen for its reputation in the industry for high quality content and boundary-pushing attitude, the very same values reflected by thecorner.com.
For this year’s edition, Fantastic Man created a spread featuring a handful of remarkable men from Berlin, a city teeming with artists and professionals of every kind who are each unique in their own way.
An actor, an entrepreneur, a choreographer and a doctor among others are the models of this story where the central theme revolves around men of substance and style.
The style choice for this particular shoot consisted of pieces from the cutting-edgemen selection from thecorner.com including Acne, Dries Van Noten, Jil Sander, Kris Van Assche, Neil Barrett, Raf Simons, Rick Owens and Z Zegna.
Styling Around the World” in Berlin will be published in the 13th issue of Fantastic Man as well as in a deidicated area of thecorner.com where visitors will be able to buy the items featured in the shoot.
NOWNESS.com premieres the latest fashion and travel film from Bottega Veneta. The short film by director Christian Weber features styles from the Bottega Veneta women and men's collections. Bottega Veneta's Creative Director Tomas Maier also shares with us the inspiration behind the film.
Japanese street fashion denizen and designer Jun Takahashi, founder and creative soul of the research brand Undercover, has designed a limited edition t-shirt exclusively for thecorner.com.
Each year, one designer from thecorner.com has the opportunity to create a t-shirt, playing with the website’s logo.
This unique project, whose past editions have seen the likes of Hussein Chalayan, Les Hommes, Neil Barrett and now Undercover, is also special gift to the clients of thecorner.com.
Black and white, the colors that make up the graphic essence of thecorner.com, the creative whim of Jun Takahashi and the music, background to his creative universe - these are the four elements that define this one-of-a-kind t-shirt.
Jun Takahashi, one of the most acclaimed presences on the international scene, reveals his inspiration: “Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious wore this necklace until he died. My Mona Lisa wears the same one. I dedicate this t-shirt to all the rebels out there.”
May 2011 issue of ASOS Magazine featuring cover star, Josephine De La Baume, French singer/model and fiancé of Mark Ronson. The ASOS Magazine May issue features Josephine on the cover along with a portfolio inside shot by Daniel Riera.
Caroline Winberg shot for The Block Magazine story, “Sweet Caroline” for the Spring – Summer 2011 issue. Photographed by David Roemer, Makeup by Frankreps Makeup Artist Chiho Omae, styled by Yuki James .
Yoox.com has united 8 international fashion brands together to show solidarity for Japan: Ann Demeulemeester, Antonio Marras, Dsquared2, Kitsuné, Maison Martin Margiela, Marni Moschino and Y-3have each created unique one-off designs for a special T-shirt collection that will be sold exclusively on yoox.com. All proceeds from the sale of the shirts willgo to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) for the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan.
Revolving around the motif “We Love Japan”, each brand’s interpretation is quirky and unique in its own way, while sending the message of unity towards Japan in this time of adversity.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies(IFRC) is the world’s largest humanitarian network and is currently working to provide support to the Japanese population in a moment of environmental and social distress.
The “We Love Japan” T-shirts are part of the YOOX4Love series in which the far-reaching potential of the Internet is utilized to promote creative initiatives supporting international non-profit organizations.
The 8 special edition tees will be available exclusively on yoox.com at the beginning of April.
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