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TABLE OF CONTENTS

COVER Photographed by Genevieve Charbonneau Stylist: Conrad Nadeau Model: Fleur - Elite Models

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FLEUR Genevieve Charbonneau

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OFFICE POLITICS Michael Woloszynowicz

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WEIRD - WIRED Juergen Lenhardt

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CONFIDENT Alex Evans

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KALEIDOSCOPE Alejandro Castillo

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DARK STARLING Janine Joffe

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SHIMMER Daniel Stanford - Yacine M’seffar

TRAVEL Marrakech

THE TIME OF INNOCENCE Anna Gunselman

36 MIRROR MIRROR Joseph Saraceno

EVENT NYFW

COAT CHECK Alvaro Goveia

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40 EVENT Swarovski - Jean Paul Gaultier

42 EVENT Rolls-Royce Dawn

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ILLUSTRATOR Soleil Ignacio

EVENT Carrera y Carrera - Taylor Swift

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1968 MAGAZINE MARTIN VOLPE

Editor in Chief - Creative Director

1968 Team

Fashion and Art

Contact us info@1968magazine.com advertising@1968magazine.com submissions@1968magazine.com subscriptions@1968magazine.com letters@1968magazine.com Contributing Photographers Genevieve Charbonneau, Alvaro Goveia, Anna Gunselman, Hervé Dunoyer, Joseph Saraceno, Juergen Lenhardt, Michael Woloszynowicz, Alex Evans, Alejandro Castillo, Daniel Stanford, Yacine M’seffar, Janine Joffe Contributing Stylists Conrad Nadeau, Ingrie Williams, Aletia Gonzalez, Tricia Hall, Sara Roberts, Nelly Akbari, Anastasia Patellis, Emilie Debonville, Lex Robinson Contributing Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Cynthia Christina Cadieux, Jukka, Connie Tsang, Andrea Wilson, Céline Charpentier, Marlene Prasse, Natalie Ventola, Alexandre Deslauriers, Nathaniel Dezan, Lindsey Williams Contributing Manicurist Leeanne Colley, Alexaundra McCormick Contributing Writer Megan Honan

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars ROLLS-ROYCE DAWN


Fleur

Photographed by Genevieve Charbonneau www.genevievecharbonneau.com Stylist: Conrad Nadeau Represented by Judy Inc. Makeup Artist: Cynthia Christina Cadieux Represented by Judy Inc. Model: Fleur - Elite Models Photographer Assistant: Alexandre Roy Gilbert Retoucher: www.retoucheclandestine.com Persan rug: Tapis H Lalonde et frere

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Left: Black leather biker jacket BALMAIN at SSENSE American flag print tank top TRUE RELIGION Black short laced in front HELMUT LANG at HOLT RENFREW Earrings BIRKS

18 k gold earrings with ruby stones ROBERT COIN at MAISON BIRKS


White top MARC JACOBS at THE BAY Black satin waisted bottom LA PERLA at LYLA COLLECTION Black and gold striped bracelet BALMAIN at SSENSE Shiny gold bracelet CHLOÉ at SSENSE Three tones ring MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA at SSENSE Gold necklace with pendant VERSACE at SSENSE Black suede high boots EMILIO PUCCI

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Black tuxedo vest MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA at HENRIETTE L. YSL gold bracelet SAINT-LAURENT at SSENSE Gold chokers SIMONS


Black Ramones top H&M Leather pants ISABEL MARANT at SSENSE Chandelier earrings BCBG Silver ring CHRISTOFLE at OGILVY Both bracelets HERMES at HOLT RENFREW

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Metallica tank top H&M Chain necklace and silver ring CHRISTOFLE at OGILVY Mirrored sunglasses PUGNALE NYLEVE at ANTOINE LAOUN


COAT CHECK Photographed by Alvaro Goveia

www.alvarogoveia.com Stylist: Ingrie Williams Makeup and Hair: Jukka, using MAC/FHIheat/Moroccanoil Represented by Plutino Group Model: Karis - Elmer Olsen Models

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Left: Coat WINNERS

Coat MARSHALLS Shoes WINNERS Socks CALVIN KLEIN


Coat BANANA REPUBLIC Socks HANES

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Coat RUDSAK


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Coat MICHAEL KORS Shoes BANANA REPUBLIC


Coat SMYTHE Shoes WINNERS Socks HUE

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The time of Innocence Photographed by Anna Gunselman www.annagunselman.com Stylist: Aletia Gonzalez Makeup Artist: Connie Tsang Hair Stylist: Andrea Wilson Represented by Next Artist Management Model: Natalie W. - Next Model Management

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Left: Top Moschino Bottom string high waist Wolford Watch Seiko

Swimsuit Free People Bracelets and necklace Tiffany


Top Anthropologie Bottom Wolford Bracelets and necklace Free People

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Bodysuit Urban Outfitters Necklace Mango Bracelets Liz Claiborne


Jamaika string body Wolford Necklace Monique Leshman Bracelet Banana Republic

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Top Urban Outfitters Bottom America apparel Necklace Free People


Bodysuit Urban Outfitters Necklace Mango Bracelets Liz Claiborne

Top Anthropologie Bottom Wolford Bracelets and necklace Free People

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Top Urban Outfitters Bottom Calvin Klein Bracelets Stylist’s own


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Photographed by HervĂŠ Dunoyer www.hervedunoyer.com Makeup Artist: CĂŠline Charpentier Models: Kristina, Olfa and Sabina

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MIRROR MIRROR Photographed by Joseph Saraceno www.josephsaraceno.com Represented by Judy Inc. Stylist: Tricia Hall, represented by Judy Inc. Manicure: Leeanne Colley, Tips Nail Bar Represented by P1M Hand Model: Wendy Rorong - Plutino Models

Cuff Swarovski

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Ring Swarovski


Rings Links of London

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Cuff Banana Republic


EVENT

Installations by designer Jean Paul Gaultier at The Swarovski Kristallwelten Stores

Jean Paul Gaultier is more in demand than ever before: the French designer is staging the exhibition spaces of the two Swarovski Kristallwelten Stores, Wien and Innsbruck, in his own inimitable manner. The result is a unique combination of art and haute couture. Carla Rumler, Cultural Director Swarovski says: “Swarovski has always had strong ties to art, culture, and design. This has led to numerous innovations. The same applies to the close cooperation we have had with Jean Paul Gaultier for many years. We are particularly pleased with the exhibition he designed especially for our Swarovski Kristallwelten Stores Wien and Innsbruck.” With courage and perfectionism, Jean Paul Gaultier has always been creating novelties in the fashion world – and this uniqueness made him the enfant terrible, who transforms the unconventional into the socially acceptable.

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Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien Jean Paul Gaultier displays highlights from his recent haute couture collections on mannequins designed especially for each location. “It’s nothing less than a love story with Swarovski. I feel like we already have children together and there are new ones to come”, says the designer. He demonstrates not only his virtuoso handling of crystal as a material, but arranges the display in his usual manner, with that typical Jean Paul Gaultier twinkle: In Vienna, for instance, he presents a mannequin in a wheelchair, and reveals it all under Marilyn Monroe’s uplifted dress as she stands on a raised cube in her legendary pose from the film The Seven Year Itch. Other mannequins are displayed under the glare of neons, dressed in nothing but crystal and tattoos – one of Jean Paul Gaultier’s strongest trademarks.

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Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Innsbruck Innsbruck welcomes visitors with a glance at haute couture creations from recent years. The models are dressed in unconventional designs, each serving as a perfect backdrop to the crystals.

Markus Langes-Swarovski, Julia Langes-Swarovski and Jean Paul Gaultier

About Jean Paul Gaultier Jean Paul Gaultier was born in a suburb of Paris in 1952 and began his career at Pierre Cardin on the day he turned 18, in the year 1970. After working with Esterel, Patou, and then back again with Cardin, he decided to start his own fashion label, sending his first collection down the catwalk in Paris in 1976. Critically acclaimed, economic success was quick to follow: By the early 1980s, he was already one of the circle of young fashion designers that the whole world was talking about. From the very start of his career, Jean Paul Gaultier strove to show that beauty has many facets and can often be encountered in places where we are least likely to expect it. In 1984, he introduced his first men’s collection under the title “Male Object”, and in 1997, with “Gaultier Paris”, he fulfilled his dream of launching an haute-couture collection. Between 2004 and 2011, he was artistic director of women’s fashion at Hermès. In the course of his long career, Gaultier has also worked with dance, music, and film. In 2014, after 39 years of readyto-wear collections, Gaultier decided to concentrate on haute couture and perfumes.


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Rolls-Royce Dawn Uncompromised Drophead Luxury “Our new Rolls-Royce Dawn promises a striking, seductive encounter like no other Rolls-Royce to date, and begins a new age of open-top, super-luxury motoring. Dawn is a beautiful new motor car that offers the most uncompromised open-top motoring experience in the world. It will be the most social of super-luxury drophead motor cars for those who wish to bathe in the sunlight of the world’s most exclusive social hotspots. Quite simply, it is the sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built. The name ‘Dawn’ perfectly suggests the fresh opportunities that every new day holds – an awakening, an opening up of one’s senses and a burst of sunshine. In its tentative, inchoate, anticipatory state, dawn is the world coming to light from the ethereal dark of the night. The early-day chill of dawn provides an erotic tingle on the skin, awakening the senses and passions as the day begins. Like Eleanor Thornton, thought by many to be the inspiration behind the Spirit of Ecstasy, the Rolls-Royce Dawn will itself prove to be the muse that leads its owner to believe that at the start of the day, anything is possible.”

“…Accept nothing nearly right or good enough.” Compromise is not a word recognised in the Rolls-Royce lexicon. Indeed the company continues to live by the clarion cry of co-founder Sir Henry Royce to “Strive for perfection in everything you do. Take the best that exists and make it better. When it does not exist, design it. Accept nothing nearly right or good enough.” The first part of this maxim – “Strive for perfection in everything you do” – guides the company’s every action particularly during the creation of a new motor car. The second – “Take the best that exists and make it better” – has been clearly evidenced in the success of both Phantom Series II and Ghost Series II as they were carefully updated in 2012 and 2014 respectively. And when Rolls-Royce judged that it was time for an authentic gentleman’s Gran Turismo to return to the world stage, it was guided by the third part of Sir Henry’s maxim: “When it does not exist, design it.” And thus, Wraith was born.

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Now, the final part of this maxim has guided the RollsRoyce design and engineering teams as they have worked to initiate a new age for open-top, super-luxury motoring. In a sector exclusively populated by the biggest of automotive compromises – the 2+2 seat configuration – RollsRoyce has chosen to “accept nothing nearly right or good enough.”

A new beginning for Rolls-Royce at the time, the original Silver Dawn was the first Rolls-Royce to be offered with a factory-built body. However, the drophead Rolls-Royces that carried the name Silver Dawn continued to be coachbuilt for individual customers, ensuring their uniqueness and rarity, and embodied the optimism of the age as we began to enjoy life again and pursue La Dolce Vita.

And so, the new Rolls-Royce Dawn, the world’s only true modern four-seater super-luxury drophead, is born.

This famous and rare Rolls-Royce name was only ever applied to 28 very special drophead bodies between 1950 and 1954.

“It is always darkest just before the dawn” In the most challenging times, the phrase “It is always darkest just before the dawn” – originally coined by English Restoration preacher Thomas Fuller – resonates as a beacon of hope. This early morning darkness, where apparitions such as phantoms, ghosts or wraiths have been imagined, and where one’s apprehensions lurk, is brushed aside by an energising burst of early morning sunlight as one awakens to a new dawn and the endless possibilities of a new day. Such was the feeling in 1952 as the world was finally emerging from a period of economic austerity following protracted war. That year, the world looked forward in hope as the world’s first passenger jet, the British deHavilland Comet, made its first commercial flight; the Big Bang Theory of the creation of the Universe was first propounded, and Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne of the United Kingdom. That very same year, the Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn drophead, which became the muse for the designers of the new RollsRoyce Dawn, was finished by Rolls-Royce coachbuilders Park Ward and delivered to its first customer, Colonel W.A. Phillips in Canada.

Rolls-Royce’s new Dawn has taken inspiration from the Silver Dawn, whilst delivering a world first in super-luxury motoring – a cool, contemporary interpretation of what a superluxury four-seater convertible motor car should be in 2015 – rare, refined and the most social super-luxury car there is. Much like the 1952 Silver Dawn drophead, the new RollsRoyce Dawn stands apart from its stable mates, featuring 80% unique body panels. Indeed such attention has been paid to ensuring this amazing new dawn for super-luxury motoring delivers on its promise, even the tires that connect the new Rolls-Royce Dawn to the roads it will glide over, have been specially developed to deliver the pinnacle ‘magic carpet’ ride expected of every Rolls-Royce that leaves The Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood, England. And, specific engineering and manufacturing attention has been paid to the creation of the Dawn’s roof. Unheard of anywhere in the modern motor industry until now, the roof of the Rolls-Royce Dawn delivers the silence of a Wraith when up and operates in almost complete silence in just over 20 seconds at a cruising speed of up to 50kph. It is safe to say that the new Rolls-Royce Dawn is the quietest open top car ever made.


INTERVIEW - ARTIST

Daniel Stanford

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hen you think of the name Daniel Stanford, four words pop into your head… king of mixed media. Regarded as royalty in his past 20 years in the fashion, luxury and branding world, Stanford’s work is renowned for his use of multidimensional mediums. Mixing photography and natural elements such as wood, gold, pigments and precious metals, he combines his appreciation for nature and his love of cultures with creativity. Stanford is currently the resident Artist at Macaya Gallery located in Wynwood, Miami. His paintings are also collected worldwide and admired by musicians, fellow artists, cultural influencers and designers. www.daniel-stanford.com / www.danielstanfordart.com

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When did you realize you wanted to be an artist? I knew I had to be an Artist when I discovered that in the end, it was what made me truly happy. In my youth I was always drawing my interests, in High School those were my best grades. I ended up changing schools to do a concentration in Visual Arts. However your peers always tell you: One can’t earn a living being an Artist, so I ended up becoming an Art Director in advertising. In 2008 I went on a journey to South-East Asia for two months, which lead me to play with photography and back full circle to being the Artist. I found I had a voice, a unique vision that needed to be expressed, and once I discovered it, I could no longer contain it. At first I could hardly stop there... was just so much to get out of my mind’s eye. After working in the industry for over twenty years, where do you continue to find inspiration? Well, inspiration is all around us, but more specifically, it is a fascination with the ancient cultures. In University I studied archeology and anthropology; I had visions of myself discovering ancient temples in Egypt. Nature is also a huge inspiration. The natural light at sunset is magical, but it is my interior reflections and how my mind works to combine cultures and natural elements.

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Why Montreal? This city has a strong creative culture; at first I came here to learn about how fashion magazines worked because I intended to start one. I stayed because I started to land clients that were taking me out of Montreal to cities like New York. Mixed media can be a tricky balance, what compelled you to combine photography and natural elements? Mixed media came from the observation that other artists were using photography as a base. I remember seeing Joanne Corno doing so, and the big names like Andy Warhol we are all familiar with. As much as I practiced drawing realism, it was never good enough for me. I wanted perfect, so after 15 years letting others shoot my castings of models and do my concepts for lighting and locations, I decided I had learned and fine-tuned my eye to be able to do fine art photography and please myself. I simply do not believe there is much value in abstract work, so I love precise figurative creations. What would you describe as your signature style? My style is a blend of warm colours with iconic symbols and spiritual elements, you sense a story waiting to be discovered. The more you observe, the more you see. You often produce highly textural work, what is your favourite texture to work with? The base texture is the metal leaf, whether it is gold, silver or copper. My new favourite is encaustic wax. It’s very complex to work with but the texture is fantastic.

You have based multiple collections off of your love of travel. Why, in your opinion, is cultural influence important in creating art? Culture gives my art flavour, it fuels new ideas, new inspiration. It becomes the starting point from which I can get inspiration to initiate a new series that can go on as long as I feel passionate on the subject. The landscape found and captured in my travels becomes the foundation to set a tone to the canvas or, more often for me, to the wood panel. What is your favourite piece you have done to date? My favourite piece is the one I have not done yet. Hard to say really, I have a few favourites for different reasons. To try and answer your question, I’d have to say “Liberté” because always when I shoot horses it’s a huge endeavour, but the results are always beyond my expectations. To have two horses running side by side, let’s just say you can’t plan those things. I would add “Bouddha du Paradis” because it was my first Encaustic piece, but I love it so much I don’t want to sell it. Breath of Fire is my latest so I am still in the romantic stage with this one. If you could live anywhere else besides Montreal, where would you reside? That is a question I am always asking myself; at the moment I can say Miami or Los Angeles for the warmer climate and also because I have a large client base building in the United States. I am open however to somewhere in Asia, I just need to explore a little more to really decide. Bouddha Du Paradis


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What message do you most strive to communicate with your work? I wish to reflect the beauty in the world. I find too many artists dialoguing on the negative, so I focus on transformative visions that reflect inner and outer beauty in nature.

Raquel

What originally drew you to the Feng Shui approach? I believe that came out of my interest in the Buddha figure and the Asian culture. Once you learn about how energy flows you develop a new consciousness. Everything is energy so it becomes important to manage those elements. It is interesting to note that all the large Banks in China use Feng Shui when designing their buildings. Do you have a favourite stylistic period in the history of art? Ancient Egypt remains an all time favourite and I know one day I will go see the Pyramids and the temples in person. I suspect some huge inspirational work will come of this! Do you currently have a dream project or collaboration that you have not yet fulfilled? A dream project would be to do another painting of Rihanna. To collaborate with such an international star would give me a larger audience to reach. Now that Rihanna has just acquired my portrait of her “Rihanna Golden Girl� made in 2012, my representation, Macaya Gallery, is opening up such discussions. I have a great vision for a new piece on her. It is a very exciting time for me and a great honour that my work was so desired

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by her. Currently I am planning a second Solo show in Miami at the Delano Hotel in South Beach, and maybe shows in China and Europe. I am also putting together a Coffee table book that is to come out in limited edition this fall. There is even talks of a Documentary film about my art in the works. If you could sit down to have coffee with any artist, dead or alive, who would it be and why? Gustav Klimt would be my choice because I admire his work and he uses some materials I like as in Gold Leaf, as well as a similar colour palette. Where do you see yourself in five years time? Living in my new home / studio, designed to my specifications, on top of a mountain, looking at a sunset through a two story window somewhere in California. Planning my next series of international exhibitions in the four corners of the globe. I see my Art pieces in major Galleries and Hotels internationally and traveling to my newest inspiration for a location to start a whole new series. Who is Daniel Stanford? An explorer, a multi-disciplinary artist, a creator. I am someone who wants to enjoy life fully and move people with my art. For me, there is no greater satisfaction than to see someone truly fall in love with a painting you created; it’s the best gift.


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Soleil Ignacio

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hen looking at Soleil Ignacio’s illustrations, it’s hard not to notice the mermaidlike resemblance to the young women in her drawings. From her use of a pastel-based colour palette, to her soft and fluent strokes, her work draws you in like a siren song. Based out of Manila, Philippines, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communication and her career began to blossom. After working as an art director for a magazine, she established herself as a self-employed illustrator and exhibiting artist. Today she currently works on projects for high-profile brands, as well as running local workshops. www.choleil.com

What would you say was the defining moment you realized you wanted to become an illustrator? I’ve always been drawing for as long as I can remember, but I didn’t really think of it as a career. Even when I was in college, I already knew someone could work as an illustrator, but I just thought it wasn’t for me. I saw myself more as a graphic designer; but then, when I started working, I got more and more illustration jobs, and eventually it dawned on me that this is what I should be doing. What drew you to fashion and beauty illustration specifically? It wasn’t my plan to focus on fashion and beauty illustration. I guess it’s just that my works tend to look very fashion-y and beauty editorial-ish. I’ve always loved drawing Barbie as a kid so maybe it came from that… haha. How would you describe your signature style in terms of your work? Honestly speaking, I always have a hard time describing my work! But I think it would be fluid lines, combination of textures and white spaces, and minimal colours.

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Well Bred

How did you begin to develop this style? I don’t really know! They say your style just naturally comes out of you.

One unique feature of your illustrations is the way you draw hair, how did you refine this as your niche? I just have this obsession with drawing hair. Whenever I draw hair, I zone out. It’s relaxing, yet painful (for my hands haha).

What continues to keep you inspired in your field? Seeing how many young artists I get to inspire, and also seeing my art idols and their success! What motivates you? Basically same answer as above, and also to be able to give my cat a good life! Lol You graduated from the University of the Philippines, would you say the city has influenced your work? Yes, very much. My school is considered to be the best University in our country, and seeing and being with so many talented artists made me work harder and do better.

What is your favourite illustration you have done to date? So hard! I guess the one with the toucan. You left the magazine business to become a self-employed illustrator, what was that transition like? It was scary but very exciting! What is one thing most people do not know about you? My closest friends know this one: I am super scared of horror movies. I cannot stand them. Don’t ever show me or share anything scary with me, or I will punch you in the face and cry.


What do you feel has been your biggest achievement so far? Just being able to do great with my work and get noticed for it. What is your dream collaboration? Something with a great creative director/client who’s not afraid of taking risks! And maybe doing something with Barbie! Are there any techniques or materials you would like to explore in the future? I’m still not good at painting in large scales, so maybe that. What’s the best piece of industry advice you have ever received? Don’t compare yourself to others. Many have said that illustration is a dying art form; what is your view on the subject? I think it’s the opposite right now! So many brands are embracing illustration again. It’s a great time to be an illustrator! Where do you see yourself in five years? In New York or London or Spain, sipping coffee, drawing in a nice cozy studio. Bloom Toucan

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EVENT

Carrera y Carrera, Taylor Swift’s amulet

The winningest singer of the United States these past two years – Taylor Swift – has once again chosen her fetish jewelry brand, Carrera y Carrera, to receive the four most important awards of the night at the MTV Video Music Awards. This is not the first time the American singer has trusted the design, quality, and originality of the Spanish jewelry house. When she received the 7 golden gramophones at the last Grammy Awards, she also was wearing Carrera y Carrera – the full pavé Tiger ring in white gold.  Last night Carrera y Carrera once again was the singer’s indispensable amulet, serving as the most intimate companion at another victorious evening in her life. An explosion of emotion and happiness that Taylor once again celebrated with jewels from her favorite brand. On this occasion she wore the Círculos de Fuego ring in yellow gold. One of the winner’s favorite collections thanks to its strength and energy, very much in sync with her own fierce and glowing nature. Carrera y Carrera celebrates the loyalty that Taylor Swift demonstrates for its designs, and is proud to be the amulet for the victory of a singer who so well represents the values of the brand that loves women like her: strong, with a unique personality, powerful, and free.

About Carrera y Carrera Carrera y Carrera is a Spanish jewelry firm that is considered one of the most prestigious in the world. Present in over 40 countries, the Company has subsidiaries in the United States, Japan, and Russia, and boutiques in Madrid, Barcelona, Tokyo, Moscow, Dubai, Macau, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, among others. This iconic brand is characterized by a unique style and precise designs where the combination of a matte-shine effect on gold, work in volumes, and meticulous craftsmanship make for exceptional jewelry pieces where gold and precious stones come to life.

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Origen Fire as the beginning, transformation, and life. The heat of diamonds, authentic flames of white and yellow gold. Energy, expression, splendor, and great significance. Fire as origin and myth, as creative power. Magnificent jewels designed by our master goldsmiths that isolate fire, its heat, within small works of art. This is Origen. An avant-garde style with a vintage finish for powerful and sinuous shapes full of strength, culminating in the brilliance of amethysts and prasiolites. Jewels that surprise us with all of the energy and power of fire. Works of art that burn with passion, awakening desire in any woman.

Asymmetrical shapes, curves, spirals, and timeless circumferences that will last forever. A collection for bold, daring, and determined women. Women who dress with fire a life without limits. Origen is a collection consisting of rings, necklaces, and earrings that represent fire as the source and key element in the creation of the world. Among other pieces, the maxi ring in yellow gold with diamonds and amethyst, and also in white gold with diamonds and prasiolite, truly stand out. These jewels feature stones with a cut of singular beauty and special sizes exclusive to Carrera y Carrera. The setting requires a complicated mechanism. For this work, the master goldsmiths of Carrera y Carrera connect each part of the piece to create a whole without using conventional methods. Two symbolic colors represent the two featured gemstones. Amethyst represents inanimate nature – the minerals. After the earth, life is created – prasiolite, symbolizing vegetation. The scrolls emulate flames of fire that surround the stone. Delicate work where the matte-gloss effect so characteristic of the firm may be observed. The necklace, the earrings, and the ring in yellow gold and diamonds personify the trendier version of the collection. The movement of the medium ring emulates a live and powerful fire. The spirals are shapes in nature considered the source of the beginning of everything. The powers of nature are represented with these forms that make up an explosion of life. These pieces interpret figures that are more organic and less sculptural. Purer and less manipulated. Fire as the starting point of everything. Origen, or how to feel and live jewels of fire.


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NYFW

DKNY Women’s

Anna Sui - Model: Gigi Hadid

BCBGMAXAZRIA

Betsey Johnson

Custo Barcelona

Boss Womenswear

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Calvin Klein

Rachel Zoe

Ralph Lauren

Rebecca Minkoff

Tommy Hilfiger Women’s

Herve Leger by Max Azria


WEIRD - WIRED Photographed by Juergen Lenhardt www.juergenlenhardt.foliodrop.com Makeup and Hair: Marlene Prasse Model: Lisa S. - Eastwest Models Photographer Assistant: Ruben Pferrer

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Office Politics Photographed by Michael Woloszynowicz

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www.vibrantshot.com Stylist: Sara Roberts Makeup and Hair: Jukka ,represented by Plutino Group Models: Alanna - Sutherland Models and Chantale Nadeau Devon - Plutino Models and Chantale Nadeau

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Left: Devon (right) Shirt CALVIN KLEIN Scarf ZARA Alanna (left) Shirt ZARA Tie VERSACE

Blazer QUOVADIS Bodysuit WOLFORD


Bodysuit H&M Pants QUOVADIS Blazer THEORY Shoes CAPEZZANI

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Blazer THEORY Bottom AMERICAN APPAREL Shoes GUESS


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Dress GARETH PUGH Shoes ZARA


Alanna Shirt ZARA Tie VERSACE Skirt TALULA Devon Skirt Gareth PUGH Shoes ZARA

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Confident Photographed by Alex Evans

www.alexevansphotography.com Stylist: Nelly Akbari Makeup and Hair: Natalie Ventola, using Charlotte Tilbury Makeup Represented by P1M Model: Emily - Elmer Olsen Models

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Left: Turtleneck J Crew Jumpsuit Matthew Gallagher

Jacket Hunter Dress Hedler Diego Shoes Kenneth Cole


Top Pink Tartan Pants Hunter

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Dress Hedler Diego Pants Hedler Diego  Coat Soia + Kyo  Shoes The Kooples


Vest Comrags Pants Comrags

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Top Sandro Dress Pink Tartan  Shoes Floran’s


Coat Hunter Boots Ecco

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Knit sweater Pink Tartan Pants Pink Tartan


Kaleidoscope Photographed by Alejandro Castillo www.alejandrocastillo.viewbook.com Stylist: Anastasia Patellis Makeup and Hair: Alexandre Deslauriers Model: Stephanie B. - Anita Norris Model Photographer Assistant: Rouhin Majidzadeh

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Left: Vest RUDSAK Blazer, shirt, vest, necktie, tights VINTAGE Skirt ZADIG & VOLTAIRE

Cheetah blouse ZARA COLLECTION Vest, belt VINTAGE Pants LIU JO


Vest, belt, pants, necktie, shoes VINTAGE Shirt JOE FRESH

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Full look VINTAGE Shoes GUESS


Shirt, belt, hat, collar VINTAGE Top DRIES VAN NOTEN Tights FALKE Shoes PAUL ANDREW

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Full look VINTAGE Shoes MANOLO BLAHNIK


SHIMMER

Photographed by Daniel Stanford - Yacine M’seffar Art Director: Daniel Stanford www.danielstanfordart.com Stylist: Emilie Debonville Makeup and Hair: Nathaniel Dezan, represented by Judy Inc. Model: Santa Auzina - Montage Models

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Dress and gorilla hair accessories Luko Marion


Bustier and leather necklace Marie Saint Pierre

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Dress anomal Couture Bracelet NOBIA ACCESSORIES


Dress anomal Couture Bracelet bleu Comme Le Ciel

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Dress and gorilla hair accessories Luko Marion


DARK STARLING Photographed by Janine Joffe

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www.janinejoffe.com Stylist: Lex Robinson Makeup and Hair: Lindsey Williams, represented by Kate Ryan Manicurist: Alexaundra McCormick, represented by Honey-Artists Model: Jet - New York Model Management

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Faux leather jacket BCBG Plaid button down Dickie’s Knit distressed dress Maison Martin Margiela Harness Zana Bayne Gloves H&M Tights Stylist’s own


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Cheetah print jacket Diana Rosh Distressed sweater dress UNIF Choker Zana Bayne Gloves H&M Bracelet and beaded collar Mimi New York Metamorphosed Art Belt Stylist’s own


Black and white cardigan UNIF Boucle cardigan UNIF Panel dress Silence + Noise High slit perforated dress Forever 21 Choker and harness Zana Bayne Laced boot Dr Martens Ring Mimi New York Metamorphosed Art Tights and silk dress worn as belt Stylist’s own

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Choker Zana Bayne Tee Vintage Vivienne Westwood


TRAVEL - MARRAKECH

Four Seasons Resort

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ocated adjacent to the Menara Gardens, just a five minute drive from the exotic energy of the ancient Medina and 10 minutes from Marrakech international airport, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech offers a fresh Moroccan perspective: a calming, contemporary resort-hotel with a light Moroccan touch.

Nestled in the lush gardens of the resort, lulled by birdsong and flowing water fountains, the Spa offers a bright lobby decorated with an iconic art work: a monumental chandelier, which assembles a cascade of thirty water drops shaped light pendants. For elegant outdoor rejuvenation, enjoy the two separate pools; one for families and kids and one reserved exclusively for adults. The special Kids For All Seasons program for the younger family members include exclusive access to the Kids Club and Young Adult Centre.

The inspiring retreat combines 141 guests rooms (including 27 suites), each with private balcony overlooking the resort, the Menara gardens or the snowcapped Atlas Mountains. Welcoming and uplifting, the resort offers couples, families and groups, a stylish oasis within an intriguing ancient city.

In a city known for culinary richness, Four Seasons offers stylish choices: from Moroccan traditional atelier, vibrant rooftop bar, pool grill, stylish lounge, to innovative Italian restaurant.

Surrounded by the 17 hectares of lavish gardens, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech offers a full fitness centre, a tennis court and the Spa, a luxurious sanctuary of healing inspired by Middle Eastern traditions and contemporary Western treatments.

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Finally, whether you decide to organize a society wedding or a rewarding incentive, experience Four Seasons worldrenowned event expertise ensures success within 27,974 sq. ft. (6,600 m2) of versatile indoor and outdoor function space, including a ballroom that seats up to 500 for dinner and steps out to a secluded courtyard.

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THE SPA Under the leadership of Verena Lasvigne, Senior Spa Director for the Europe region, who worked for eleven years at the Four Seasons George V in Paris, the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech masterminds remarkable changes: a redesign of its treatment rooms and spa pavilion, and an expansion of its range of rituals that put aromatic herbs in the heart of its holistic approach to well -being. Redesigned by Marc Vanden Bossche, the spa has brightened many traditional Moroccan touches, which give an emotional feel to the Moroccan aesthetic wealth.

The 15 treatment rooms lit by natural light have all been enhanced with a bright and elegant blue duck colour. Intimate, cozy, decorated with sconces painted with gold leaf and arabesques carving furniture, each of these cabins open onto a private terrace enclosed by a green wall where flourish, as the name that was assigned to it, lavender, rosemary, mint, sage, myrtle ... the list is long of those planted in abundance in the organic spa garden with lavish Moroccan species. New rituals and signature treatments have been developed that rely on the natural resources of Morocco.


A wide collection of body treatments from our exclusive spa partnership with ILA, the UK’s leading luxury Skincare and spa brand is also available. The offer ranges from beautiful skin-specific facials to advanced anti-ageing facials, plus a selection of detoxifying and body sculpting treatments and soothing anti-stress massages. Since 2012, the “Spa Pavilion” is offering the perfect experience for couples, or mother and daughter, friends gathering who can retreat to the secluded bliss of the ‘Neroli’ and “Rose Moroccan” Spa Suites for half or a full day spa – private havens, with their own gardens, offering together Watsu pool and Rhasoul.

For more information visit: www.fourseasons.com/palmbeach

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Issue 14 - Fall 2015  

This issue features fashion editorial stories from recognized photographers Genevieve Charbonneau, Alvaro Goveia, Anna Gunselman, Hervé Duno...

Issue 14 - Fall 2015  

This issue features fashion editorial stories from recognized photographers Genevieve Charbonneau, Alvaro Goveia, Anna Gunselman, Hervé Duno...