Category Archives: Editorial

Editorial: Antidote Spring Summer 2015


Gigi Hadid, Sasha Luss, Sean O’Pry, Nicolas Ripoll and Emily DiDonato are featured in another editorial captured by Daniel Sannwald in the latest issue of Antidote Magazine.






Editorial: Antonia Wesseloh by Dirk Messner in L’Officiel Russia April 2015


Former Prada campaign girl Antonia Wesseloh is photographed by Dirk Messner for “The Chrome” fashion spread in L’Officiel Russia April 2015, with styling by Jennifer Hahn. Hair and make up by Fee Steinvorth. (source)










Editorial: Fashion Story #4 by Daniel Sannwald in Antidote Spring Summer 2015


Top models Alessio Pozzi, Ola Rudnicka, Nicolas Ripoll, Maja Salamon, Gigi Hadid, Tobias Sorensen, Manon Leloup and Jacquelyn Jablonski are featured in the latest fashion editorial in the latest issue of Antidote Magazine entitled “Fashion Story #4″. They were all photographed by Daniel Sannwald with creative and fashion direction by Yann Weber.

Alessio Pozzi wearing Kenzo and Puma x Alexander McQueen with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench; Ola Rudnicka wearing Kenzo with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault; Nicolas Ripoll wearing Berluti with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault; Ola Rudnicka wearing Jacquemus and Hermès with with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault; Maja Salamon wearing Vaccarello x Versus with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench; Gigi Hadid wearing Rochas, Mise en Cage, Zana Bayne pour Mise en Cage and Proenza Schouler with hair and make up by Franco Gobbi and Maud Laceppe; Tobias Sorensen wearing Louis Vuitton with hair and make up by Ken O’Rourke and Dotti; Manon Leloup wearing Christian Dior, David Yurman and Maison Michel with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench; last but not least Jacquelyn Jablonski wearing Saint Laurent Paris with hair and make up done by Franco Gobbi and Ayami Nishimura. (source)










Editorial: Fashion Story #3 by Daniel Sannwald in Antidote Spring Summer 2015


The latest editorial “Fashion Story #3″ in the Spring Summer 2015 issue of Antidote Magazine is featuring Gigi Hadid, Barbara Palvin, Manon Leloup, Jing Weng, Jarrod Scott, Riley Montana, Tobias Sorensen, Othilias Simon, and Maja Salamon who were captured by Daniel Sannwald with cool creative and fashion direction by Yann Weber.

Gigi Hadid wearing Valentino, hair and make up by Franco Gobbi and Maud Laceppe. Barbara Palvin wearing AMI-Alexandre Mattiussi, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. Manon Leloup wearing Hermès and Ann Demeulemeester, Jing Weng wearing Isabel Marant both hair and make up were done by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. Barbara Palvin wearing Diesel Black Gold, hair and make up also by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. Riley Montana wearing Philipp Plein, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault. Tobias Sorensen wearing Moncler, Jil Sander and Rolex, hair and make up by Ken O’Rourke and Dotti. Othilia Simon wearing Bally and Bulgari, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault. Lastly, Maja Salamon wearing Lanvin, Courrèges and Maison Margiela, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. (source)






Editorial: Fashion Story #2 by Daniel Sannwald in Antidote Spring Summer 2015


Daniel Sannwald photographed top models Sasha Luss, Ming Xi, Valerija Kelava, Jing Wen, Nicolas Ripoll, Armando Cabral and Adrien Sahores for “Fashion Story #2″ editorial in the latest issue of Antidote Magazine. Yann Weber responsible for the creative and fashion direction.

Nicolas Ripoll wearing Marc Jacobs and Acne Studios with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault. Sasha Luss wearing Christian Dior and Forte Forte, hair and make up by Franco Gobbi and Maud Laceppe. Armando Cabral wearing Brioni and Roberto Cavalli, hair and make up by Ken O’Rourke and Dotti. Ming Xi wearing Coach and Maison Michel, hair and make up by Jennifer Yepez and Ayami Nishimura. Adrien Sahores wearing Dior Homme, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Adrien Pinault. Valerija Kelava wearing Acne Studios, Barbara Bui and Hermès, hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. Last but not least, Jing Wen wearing Carven, Hogan and Césarée with hair and make up by Tomohiro Ohashi and Isamaya Ffrench. (source)








Editorial: Fashion Story #1 by Daniel Sannwald in Antidote Spring Summer 2015


The first out of three fashion stories in the Spring Summer 2015 issue of Antidote Magazine snapped by Daniel Sannwald is featuring Nicolas Ripoll (in Valentino), Riley Montana (in Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane), Corey Baptiste (in Philipp Plein), Sean O’Pry (in Alexander McQueen, Roberto Cavalli and Emporio Armani), Jacquelyn Jablonski (in Alexander Wang and Fleet Ilya for Mise en Cage) and Maja Salamon (in Haider Ackermann). Yann Weber responsible for the creative and fashion direction.

The hair and make up were done by Tomohiro Ohashi, Adrien Pinault, Jennifer Yepez, Ayami Nishimura, Peter Gray, Fulvia Farolfi, Franco Gobbi, and Isamaya Ffrench respectively. (source)






Editorial: The Art of Haute Couture by Benjamin Kanarek in Elle Vietnam April 2014


Benjamin Kanarek photographed Canadian model Dauphine McKee for the cover story of Elle Vietnam‘s latest issue with styling works by Adèle Cany.

Dauphine poses in gorgeous couture collection from Chanel, Christian Dior, Armani Privé, Valentino, Gaultier Paris, Atelier Versace, Maison Martin Margiela, Giambattista Valli, Elie Saab, Marco Zanini’s Schiaparelli, Alexandre Vauthier, On Aura Tout Vu, and Yiqing Yin. (source)

















Editorial: Concrete Jungle by Nicole Corbett for Fashion Journal March 2014


Indonesian model Mikael Jasin stars in this editorial snapped by Nicole Corbett entitled “Concrete Jungle” in bright selection of menswear clothes styled by Carlos Mangubat.

We met the Melbourne-based runway model last weekend in Australia and snapped some digitals which we posted on our Instagram page. (source)







Editorial: Chantall Stafford-Abbott by Benjamin Kanarek in Elle Mexico March 2014



Flame-haired model Chantal Stafford-Abbott wears gorgeous Couture Spring Summer 2014 creations of Gaultier Paris, Atelier Versace, Chanel, Elie Saab, Schiaparelli, and Margiela amongst others in a minimalist yet elegant fashion story photographed by Benjamin Kanarek. The images were styled by Adèle Cany. (source)










Featured Article: Matthew Stone & Katie Shillingford on A Fearless Rick Owens Moment


Lifelong friends and collaborators Matthew Stone and Katie Shillingford discuss the extraordinary Rick Owens story they created for AnOther Magazine‘s latest issue—actor Mia Wasikowska is on the cover.

For all the hyperbole written each season, it is rare for the impact of a fashion show to reverberate long after the clothes have been packed away and the dust has settled. But Rick Owens’ Spring Summer 2014 show – an intoxicating swirl of urban energy that tipped all preconceived notions of what defined “high fashion” on their heads – left every witness breathless, and set the course for AnOther Magazine’s Spring Summer 2014 fashion feature. “I left the venue feeling exhilarated and euphoric,” says AnOther’s fashion director Katie Shillingford. “I was genuinely moved and I wanted to applaud this fearless move and celebrate women of all colours and sizes.”.

What inspired the shoot’s aesthetics?

Matthew Stone: The starting point was a series of group nude photographic artworks that I worked on in 2008. The series is both simple and complex. The set and environment are both painted black to pull focus to the bodies and their entangled configurations. At the time I thought of them almost as abstracts. I thought of the body as a manipulatable gesture, much like an expressive brushstroke within a sculptural frame. It’s always interesting to me to return to the body used in this way. It seems that there are limitless combinations and forms that can be made. When I first started making these types of images I felt like the nudity was not sexual. In a way my feelings have changed now. I think of them of images that have the potential to be erotic, but that function in a different way to the sexual imagery that dominates advertising and pornography. They still discuss power and hierarchy but not in a way that glorifies violence or traditional social hierarchies. For that reason it felt like a relevant project to approach again for this project. I want to create a space for powerful and visceral exploration of the naked body that is both empowering and positive.

Katie Shillingford: I wanted us to shoot images that were somehow as bold and powerful as the show was or at least pay tribute to it. The show was towards the beginning of Paris Fashion Week so it was starting off on a high. I left the venue feeling exhilarated and euphoric, I was genuinely moved and excited that I’d had the pleasure to attend. I think it was very admirable that a designer with such a big brand, who is commercially successful too, had made such a brave choice. There is not enough of that in the fashion industry today, no one is brave enough to take a risk because everyone is worried about selling clothes. Of course selling clothes is the whole point but I do think we’ve lost the sense of ‘show’ and that is a real shame. I wanted to applaud this fearless move and celebrate women of all colours and sizes. That’s also why I wanted to show a lot of nudity, because for me it wasn’t just about clothes, it was about a really powerful message and putting that into print form.

What does Rick Owens‘ work represent to you?

Matthew Stone: I like collaborating with designers who have a creative vision that extends beyond just the clothes. Rick is an artist in that sense. He has built his own world and he finds various forms for its expression. There was a real fearlessness and sophisticated power to the Spring Summer 2014 show, with the steppers, that moved me emotionally and intellectually. On the one hand it was positive, progressive and blew so many ugly and bourgeois constructs out of the water, but on the other it was still powerful and aspirational. There is a tendency, particularly within fashion, to associate progressive politics with a shutting down of fun or glamour. This show was proof that it is still possible to make potent political statements within an industry that is so often politically compromised and a part of the everyday problems that surround us.

Katie Shillingford: Cult.

Read more on the interview with Matthew Stone and Katie Shillingford (they also talked about casting the models and shared their favourite memory of adolescence), and also view the complete fashion story images, here.

Images courtesy of AnOther Magazine.



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