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FOUR SEASONS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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A FLEUR DE PEAU Vincent Lions

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BEACH GIRL Ralf Michalak - Oliver Fotoclassica

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BUG STORY Joseph Saraceno

30 VENICE VIBES Anthony Turano 38 EVENT Jaeger-LeCoultre

40 EVENT Maserati Polo Tour 2016

COVER Photographed by Ralf Michalak - Oliver Fotoclassica Stylist: Moni Michalak Model: Miryam Mayer - AWA Models International

42 FASHION DESIGNER Hilary MacMillan 46 ILLUSTRATOR Veronica Collignon

50 EVENT Bugatti and LuisaViaRoma

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EVENT Cartier Queen’s Cup 2016

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ROYAL REBEL Lyall Aston

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SUMMER LOVIN Anthony Turano

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ALL EYES ON YOU Patrizia Castiglione

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TIED UP Tina Picard

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1968 MAGAZINE MARTIN VOLPE

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Fashion and Art Contact us info@1968magazine.com advertising@1968magazine.com submissions@1968magazine.com subscriptions@1968magazine.com letters@1968magazine.com Contributing Photographers Vincent Lions, Joseph Saraceno, Ralf Michalak, Oliver Fotoclassica, Anthony Turano, Patrizia Castiglione, Lyall Aston, Tina Picard Contributing Stylists Krystin Leigh Smith, Moni Michalak, Tyler Mcdaniel, Conrad Nadeau, Marcela “MB” Bravo, Lea Krpan, Alex N. Winston Contributing Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Wendy Rorong, Laura Abendroth, Melanie Viger, Nisha Gulati, Mary Guthrie, Taylor Byers, Daniel Fortunato, Simon Rihana

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars ROLLS-ROYCE DAWN


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A Fleur de Peau Photographed by Vincent Lions

www.vincentlions.com Floral Design / Floral Stylist: Sarah Wu, Petite Studio Represented by Plutino Group Stylist: Krystin Leigh Smith Represented by Plutino Group Makeup and Nails: Wendy Rorong, using MAC Cosmetics Represented by Plutino Group Model: Julie M - Plutino Models

Dahlia Divin by Givenchy Nails: Deborah Lippmann nail lacquer in Walking on Sunshine and The Pleasure Principle


La Panthere by Cartier Nails: Deborah Lippmann nail lacquer in Peaches & Cream and craft store glitter

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Emozione by Salvatore Ferragamo Nails: Essie nail polish in Going Guru and Cascade Cool


L’extase by Nina Ricci Nails: Essie nail polish in Naughty Nautical, MAC nail lacquer in Flaming Rose, Jin Soon nail lacquer in Cool Blue

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L’eau Couture by Ellie Saab Nails: Dior nail varnish in Vibrato and Bonheur, Essie nail polish in Mint Candy Apple


Bug Story Photographed by Joseph Saraceno www.josephsaraceno.com Represented by Judy Inc. Product Stylist: Daniel Onori Represented by Plutino Group

Chanel chance eau tendre shimmering powdered perfume Chanel chance eau fraiche shimmering touch Chanel chance eau de toilette twist and spray travel

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Marc Jacobs omega bronzer tantric 102 Marc Jacobs shameless bold blush 216 Marc Jacobs  shameless bold blush 212


Yves Saint Laurent flower crush eye palette Yves Saint Laurent rouge pur lipstick 52 rosy coral Yves Saint Laurent rouge pur lipstick 22 pink celebration Yves Saint Laurent La Laque couture nail lacquer 24 rose abstract

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GivencHy Le Prisme eyeshadow quartet 73 pastel GivencHy Teint Couture Dual action long-wear compact foundation illuminator with SPF 10 protection GivencHy Rouge interdit satin lipstick


Estée Lauder heat wave A72 Estée Lauder Pure colour blush 23 Audacious plum satin Estée Lauder Pure colour eyeshadow duo 10 amethysts Aerin Lauder floral illuminating powder

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Christian Dior nude tan  natural radiance bronzing powder Christian Dior lip glow colour awakening lip balm 001 Christian Dior skin flash primer sheer


BEACH GIRL Photographed by Ralf Michalak - Oliver Fotoclassica www.ralfmichalak.de Stylist: Moni Michalak Makeup and Hair: Laura Abendroth Model: Miryam Mayer - AWA Models International Photographer Assistant: Andy Aesch

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LEFT: Top Ralph Lauren Pants Asos

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Top Zara Pants Zara

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Swimsuit Asos Pants Zara Vest Zara

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Top ZARA


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Top Ralph Lauren Pants Asos


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VENICE VIBES Photographed by Anthony Turano www.anthonyturano.com Represented by FH Studio Stylist: Tyler Mcdaniel Makeup Artist: Melanie Viger Model: Amanda Tataryn - Hollywood Models Stylist Assistant: Alexa Molinaro Photographer Assistant: Courtney Cunningham

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Top and bottom Coco E Foxx


Bodysuit Kiss Kill Bikini Beach Bunny Pleated Pants LOTUZ

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Top N12H Bodysuit Shan Short NAPSVGAR Shoes I’ Alave Necklace Ivan Bitton Stylehouse Bag CeeCode


Dress Milรณ Maria Shoes INC Bracelet Gemma Azurro

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Bodysuit Kiss Kill Bikini Beach Bunny


Top and bottom Coco E Foxx Mesh top Marcell Von Berlin Bag Betsey Johnson

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Shirt OTT Short Abercrombie and Fitch Shoes INC Earrings Gemma Azurro


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Jaeger-LeCoultre and Finch & Partners host the 8th Annual Filmmakers Award

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Mick Jagger and Paul Allen

inch & Partners, in partnership with JaegerLeCoultre, awarded Nick Broomfield the Annual Filmmakers Award in front of VIP guests at the Hotel du Cap, Antibes.

“I regard him as one of the most creative, original thinkers and filmmakers of our time and he has paved the way for other talents including Michael Moore and Louis Theroux,” said Charles Finch.

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Dominic West and Rebecca Hall

The event, hosted by Charles Finch, was attended by Mick Jagger, Rebecca Hall, Clive Owen, Mads Mikkelsen, Jemima Khan, Harvey Weinstein, George Miller, Paul Allen, Trudie Styler, Valéria Golino, Alice Rohrwacher, Jack O’Connell and Dominic West amongst others. Guests enjoyed cocktails on the terrace followed by dinner and dancing that continued long into the night. For the second year, guests were invited to view a special photographic

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Alice Rohrwacher and Laurent Vinay

Clive Owen and Mads Mikkelsen

exhibition, ‘The Art of Behind The Scenes’, which showcased pictures from some of the world’s most accomplished ‘on-set’ photographers. The exhibition was produced by Finch & Partners and Jaeger-LeCoultre and featured previously unseen images of Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn and David Bowie, evoking the truly glamorous history of the film festival. This year the exhibition also included a series of contemporary photos taken with a vintage Compass camera developed in 1937 by Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Now in it’s 8th year, the Annual Filmmakers Dinner continues to develop into one of the most important events during the Cannes Film Festival and is synonymous with the glamour and magnitude of the festival itself. Previous recipients of the Filmmakers Award have included remarkable Oscar-winning filmmakers, Alfonso Cuaron, Christopher Hampton, Gus Van Sant and Bernardo Bertolluci.


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Maserati Polo Tour 2016

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cceleration combined with excellent off-road handling was the focus as the Maserati Polo Tour 2016 continued in Dubai, with the first Maserati Dubai Polo Challenge taking place at Desert Palm Polo Club. The winning team, “Desert Palm”, produced an impressive performance at this inaugural tournament.

“While we are very familiar with thoroughbred horsepower from our cars, the game of polo adds a different level of excitement to the Maserati experience. We are delighted to share this with our guests and our special thanks goes to the teams and Desert Palm for making this such an exhilarating event”, explained Umberto Cini, Managing Director of Maserati Middle East, India & Africa.

Played over five days, four talented polo teams, featuring both professional and amateur players from the UK, Europe, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Argentina, produced both competitive and entertaining polo, much to the delight of Maserati’s guests. They were joined by a hand-selected audience of VIPs and special guests from the individual team sponsors,which included Gulfstream, Scavi & Ray and Desert Palm.

Besides the actual horsepower on the field of play, Maserati had a fleet of vehicles with a different kind of horsepower on display. The special highlight was the Maserati Levante, which made one of its first appearances in the region. With the Levante, the Trident brand’s mission was not just to build an SUV, but to build a true Maserati, combining on-road handling typical of all Maserati cars with solid off-road capabilities and breath-taking Italian design.

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The Maserati Dubai Polo Challenge was supported by the world’s leading supplier of polo equipment, La Martina. Enrico Roselli, CEO of La Martina, said: “The Maserati Polo Tour always creates strong emotions. It is a celebration of our origins and our passion for the sport. Our partnership with Maserati and Guards Polo Club highlights the prestigious character of the event, showing once again the success of the combination of luxury and performance.” The Maserati Dubai Polo Challenge also marks the start of a series of La Martina and Maserati videos revealing the secrets of polo from the unique perspective of top polo players. The videos will unveil the limited edition polo shirts dedicated to each leg of the Maserati Polo Tour and will be available exclusively on the digital platforms of Maserati and La Martina. The Maserati Dubai Polo Challenge was organised by the UK-based Guards Polo Club, Europe’s leading polo club, which was founded in 1955 by HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who remains the Club’s President to this day. Following St. Moritz and Dubai, the third instalment of Maserati Polo Tour 2016 will take place in the UK in June. To keep up to date with all of the thrilling action from these global events, the 2016 tour can be followed at www.maseratipolo.com.


INTERVIEW - FASHION DESIGNER

Hilary MacMillan

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ilary MacMillan is a Toronto based womenswear designer. Her self-titled brand was founded early 2012 with a focus on creating wearable designs for the urban modern woman. Each season Hilary MacMillan creates an exclusive print, only found throughout her collection, which allows her customers to have that something extra special in their wardrobe. Hilary pulls inspiration from many facets of her life, among them, her Scottish heritage, her love of realist art, the Canadian landscape, and different design movements throughout history.  Hilary is a Canadian design label that is also a cruelty-free, animal-friendly collection; the brand will no longer use leather, furs, exotic skins, or feathers to create its clothing. “Animal rights have been a passion of mine for quite some time and I wanted to transition this into my work as well” states the designer, “I have been a vegetarian for most of my life and recently decided to become a vegan. This shift has forced me to explore more faux options and discover new fabrications. Whatever small impact I can make for animal rights is a step in the right direction for my brand, my lifestyle, and my love of all living things.” www.hilarymacmillan.com

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When did you realize you wanted to be a fashion designer? When I finished my undergrad at UBC I decided I wanted to pursue fashion design; however, it wasn’t until about 2012 when I was working in the Queen West area of Toronto and was living, and working, amongst some of the most creative people, that I realized I wanted to start my own label. What is your source of inspiration? My family is a huge source of inspiration for me. My mother is an amazing realist painter who collaborates with me on my prints. My dad is a retail guru and very connected with what is relevant right now. My sister is this no nonsense sounding board who isn’t afraid to offer her opinions on my collection, and finally, my brother-in-law is the ideas man; every week he has a new idea for a garment. They all balance each other and constantly inspire me.

How does your Scottish heritage influence your designs? Scotland is probably one of my favourite places in the world, and every time I go visit I am constantly inspired. I love the landscapes, the culture, the tartans, and the people. How would you describe your style as a designer? Contemporary feminine. How have your designs changed over the years? I am constantly growing as a designer and I do think I am starting to come into my full vision now for my label. Each year I think the process becomes a little bit more streamlined. As for my designs, when I first started out, they were a bit more youthful, and I think they are maturing a bit more as in the cut is sharper, the cohesion is better, the fabrics are more luxurious.


How do you typically begin your design process? An inspiration experience of sorts whether it be travel, researching a certain design era, visiting art galleries, etc. Do your final designs reflect your original idea? Never. As I develop my collection I’m continually editing based on what fabrics work well together, what fabrics fit into that current collection. It really is a working collection until the end. Do you have a favourite material to work with? I love working with silk. Everything about it is just beautiful: the hand, the drape, the shine, etc. Any other materials you would like to explore? I’m looking forward to exploring more faux fur options for FW17, there are some very interesting developments happening in the faux world.

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Can you tell us what your thoughts are about your animal-friendly collection? I’ve been thinking about this change for a while now, and FW16 was the first collection that I went animal-friendly. I am very passionate about animal welfare and the way we as a society treat animals. I wanted to do my part in reducing the impact we as humans have on animals. There are so many faux and vegan options out there for apparel, it just seemed like a no-brainer for me at this point in my career. Who would you most like to see wearing one of your designs? Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau! How would you describe the ideal Hilary MacMillan woman? The Hilary MacMillan woman is a fun loving, print wearing, not afraid of colour woman. She has effortless style, a desire for exclusivity, and a modern femininity.

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If you could move anywhere in the world and open up a studio, where would you go? Morocco.

Any plans for introducing menswear to your brand? I have always been interested in menswear but for right now I am focusing on my womenswear line.

What keeps you motivated? Seeing the final product and people’s reactions to it.

Where do you see yourself in the next five years? This upcoming Spring season I’m launching a blouse line and offering 4 different styles in 5 different colour ways in washable silk. I’m very excited about this and in 5 years I’d love for this line to be a go-to blouse collection for consumers.

What has been your greatest achievement so far? My last show at Toronto Fashion Week was a great success; I stepped outside my comfort zone with that collection and it paid off with over 2 million Twitter impressions. Are there any fashion trends you never want to see again? No, I think all fashion trends can be reinvented into something very chic that is relevant today. Look what Hedi Slimane did for 80’s shoulder pads at Saint Laurent.

Photos by Ted Belton


INTERVIEW - ILLUSTRATOR

Veronica Collignon

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eronica expresses a colourful and whimsical view of life with enticing illustrations and handwritings. She creates innovative visuals for beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands with a fresh, vibrant and unique approach based on illustration and animation. Her illustration talent has allowed her to collaborate with beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands like Wall St Journal, Renaissance Hotels, Shu Uemura, Ouidad, Clinique and a. k. a. Cedric Salon among others. www.veronicacollignon.com

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When did you realize you wanted to be a fashion illustrator? I was doing an internship at Ralph Lauren while finishing my fashion design studies. My perception of the designers’ work at RL and my illustration teacher helped me realize what moved me about fashion. It wasn’t really making clothes or hems and stitches, it was creating visuals, mixing lines and colours, creating enticing imagery. That moved me. What does colour mean to you? Everything. I think in colours, I dream in colours, I memorize in colours. I believe colours evoque feelings and they are the most important element in a composition, a different color combination will arouse different things for us.

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How did growing up in Mexico influence your work? Mexican culture is in part about celebrating life and beautiful multicoloured spaces. I believe my illustrations convey that whimsical and fun feeling. You also lived in Paris, Madrid and New York; how did these cities influence your illustrations? I refined my sense of sophistication and elegance. Where do you tend to get your inspiration? Walking around in the city, Internet, and other artists. Can you tell us about your creative process? I like learning about my client and the audience they want to reach first. I start with some research followed by brainstorm of ideas, then I play with the things I have come up with, and do a lot of sketches before I move on to a final. Once approved, I will trace the pencil sketch to finally add ink and colours (my favourite part). How would you describe your style? It’s always an interesting question to describe my own work accurately; I think it’s whimsical, colourful and fun.


What are your favourite themes? People! What is it about illustration that keeps you engaged? Its handcraft, the spontaneity, and the creative mind behind each piece. What is your favourite medium to work with? Watercolour and inks. How was the experience of working with some of your favourite illustrators? Best teachings and insight ever. Having the opportunity to work with them not only gave me a sense of their creative process and their discipline, but also becoming their friend. It was a dream come true. Do you have a one favourite illustration amongst your work? A pencil sketch, a portrait I did in few seconds, I ended up really liking the “non challant” look in the girl with just a few lines. What do you think it is about illustration that appeals to people? It’s unique, it’s fun and it’s personal.

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Many have said that illustration is a dying art form; what is your view on the subject? I believe it’s the opposite, I see more and more illustration out there. We are craving for uniqueness and inspiration, something that moves us, and I think illustration, or any kind of art for that matter, creates that space for us. Besides it’s fun! Do you have any advice for aspiring illustrators? Practice, practice, practice. Then practice more. It’s all about being persistent and getting your work out there. What do you think you would be doing if you weren’t an illustrator? An astronaut… just kidding! Probably an interior designer. What do you consider to be your greatest achievement so far? Being a mother. I’m having an experience of loving and caring that I have never had before. What are your goals for the next 5 years in your career? I want to create a collection of children books about life teachings and launch a stationery line.


EVENT

Bugatti and LuisaViaRoma

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rench luxury car brand Bugatti and LuisaViaRoma, one of the biggest international concept stores, have signed an exclusive collaboration deal. From June 2016 and for the next two years, the Ettore Bugatti collection will be available to local and international clientèle both in the LuisaViaRoma store and on the Luisaviaroma. com website. LuisaViaRoma becomes the first place in Italy where shoppers can buy the clothing and accessories ranges of the Ettore Bugatti Collection, a lifestyle brand extension born in 2013 reflecting the spirit of the supercar firm.

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With their unique style, flamboyant attitude, skilled workmanship and exquisite materials that make every piece look and feel extraordinary, the clothing and accessories in the Autumn/Winter 2016 collection will be the first to appear at LuisaViaRoma. The launch of this collaboration with LuisaViaRoma was celebrated with an exclusive special event on the installation “Bridge of Love” on the Arno during Pitti Uomo.

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Diego Rizzi, Elke Palmaers, Bugatti creative director Daniele Andretta, Mauro Bucco, Marlen Lissek and Massimiliano Ferrari.

Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. is the manufacturer of the world’s most powerful, fastest, most exclusive and most luxurious production super sports car. Since it was established in 1909, the French luxury brand has had its headquarters at Molsheim, Alsace, where 450 Veyrons were produced from 2005 to 2015 and the new Chiron, which is to appear in a series limited to 500 cars, is to be hand-crafted from the late Summer of 2016.

As part of its brand extension strategy, Bugatti is running a dedicated Lifestyle Collection, named after Ettore Bugatti. It was launched in 2013 as a major step in Bugatti’s brand extension strategy to demonstrate that Bugatti does not only stand for benchmark technology and breath-taking performance, but also for art, design and a sophisticated lifestyle.


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Cartier Queen’s Cup 2016

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n Saturday 11th June 2016, the Cartier Queen’s Cup Final marked Cartier’s 32nd year of polo sponsorship. “The Polo players’ passion and commitment are very akin to the values of Cartier. Our Maison is proud to celebrate this distinctive relationship with polo and the legacy built up over 30 years” Laurent Feniou, Managing Director of Cartier UK. “We would like to take the opportunity to look back and celebrate the wonderful years that Cartier has been privileged to support polo worldwide.” Cartier first sponsored the International Day in 1984 and since then, the Cartier International Day became the largest and most prestigious polo spectator event in the world, attracting over 25,000 people in Windsor Great Park at Guards Polo Club. It was for 28 years that Cartier sponsored the International

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Polo Day at Guards Polo Club before deciding to sponsor the Queen’s Cup, one of the world’s leading polo tournaments. With the best polo players in the world participating, it is a highlight for the sport’s elite and spectators alike. Past players have included HRH Prince Philip, who played in the final and HRH Prince Charles who won the trophy. HM The Queen first presented her cup to Guards Polo Club in 1960 and historically attends Finals Day. From Cartier’s first ever sponsorship with the International Day at Guards, to the Cartier Queen’s Cup polo, guests have included royalty, celebrities, the respected polo community and many more. Cartier polo events have seen some of the world’s most famous faces such as the Royal Family, Angelina Jolie, Pierce Brosnan, Keira Knightley, Sharon Stone and Emma Watson to name a few. Cartier and polo’s long standing rapport has resulted in something truly iconic and it is a relationship that Cartier is honoured to uphold for years to come.

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Jacket MAISON MARIE SAINT PIERRE Sunglasses LES MONTURES Boots STUART WEITZMAN

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Fringe top shot Top PASKAL Sunglasses ADAM SELMAN

ALL EYES ON YOU Photographed by Patrizia Castiglione

www.patriziacastiglione.com Art Direction: Patrizia Castiglione and Conrad Nadeau Stylist: Conrad Nadeau Represented by Judy Inc Makeup Artist: Nisha Gulati Represented by Folio Montreal Model: Gabrielle Consentino - Two Management Graphic Art: Patricia Sinclair


Dress PASKAL Sunglasses KAREN WALKER

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Leather jacket MAISON MARIE SAINT PIERRE Sunglasses ALAIN ASSEDO


Top ISSEY MIYAKE Sunglasses ALAIN ASSEDO 

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Dress ISSEY MIYAKE Sunglasses ALAIN ASSEDO Shoes GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI


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Top ISSEY MIYAKE Sunglasses ANNA-KARIN KARLSSON 


ROYAL REBEL Photographed by Lyall Aston

www.LyallAstonPhoto.com Stylist: Marcela “MB” Bravo Makeup and Hair: Mary Guthrie Model: Ashlee Robbins - One Management

Black asymmetrical cut out top Fernando Garcia Multi color print skirt Beulah Jewelry stylist’s own

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Bright peach jump suit Mustard Seed Mustard yellow tights DKNY Hot pink shoes Christian Louboutin Purple belt Maison Martin Marginal Jewelry stylist’s own


White flower print dress with yellow flare Six Crisp Days Hot pink peep toe shoes Christian Louboutin Blue tights DKNY Necklace stylist’s own Bracelets stylist’s own

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Lime yellow slip top BCBG Flower print skirt Gracia Silver tights Wolford Jewelry stylist’s own


Dress Emploi Purple tights Wolford Jewelry stylist’s own Shoes Manolo Blahnik

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Black asymmetrical cut out top Fernando Garcia Multi color print skirt Beulah Turquoise tights DKNY Yellow peep toe shoes D&G Jewelry stylist’s own


Tied Up Photographer and Creative Director: Tina Picard www.tinapicard.com Stylist: Lea Krpan Makeup Artist: Taylor Byers Hair Stylist: Daniel Fortunato Models: Elise - Sutherland Models and May - Plutino Models

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LEFT: Top Aritzia   Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbonS Neck piece Marie Copps  Jacket BCBG MAXAZRIA  Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Dress Narces

Head piece Marie Copps Jumpsuit C/Meo Collective, LoversLand Top BCBG MAXAZRIA Belt made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons Sandals Birkenstock, Get Out Side


Neck piece Marie Copps Shirt Zara Dress BCBG MAXAZRIA Shoes Royal RepubliQ, Get Out Side   Rope Mokuba

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Top Aritzia Dress Narces  Pants KeepSake the Label, LoversLand  Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Rope Mokuba


Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons Suit jacket BCBG MAXAZRIA Bra Aritzia  Belt H&M Skirt Topshop

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Top Aritzia Dress Narces  Pants KeepSake the Label, LoversLand  Shoes Birkenstock, Get out side  Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons

Neck piece Marie Copps Jacket BCBG MAXAZRIA  Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Dress Narces Pants KeepSake the Label, LoversLand  Shoes Birkenstock, Get out side


Neck piece Marie Copps Shirt Zara Dress BCBG MAXAZRIA

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Neck piece Marie Copps Jacket BCBG MAXAZRIA  Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Dress Narces Pants KeepSake the Label, LoversLand  Shoes Birkenstock, Get out side


Dress Narces Belt BCBG MAXAZRIA Skirt BCBG MAXAZRIA  Shoes Vans, Get Out Side  Hand cuffs Marie Copps  Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  Rope Mokuba

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Neck piece made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons Suit jacket BCBG MAXAZRIA Bra Aritzia  Belt H&M Skirt Topshop  Shoes Birkenstock, Get Out Side  Rope Mokuba

Top Keepsake the Label, LoversLand Skirt Aritzia Hand cuffs made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons  White belt made by stylist from Mokuba ribbons Shoes Adidas, Get Out Side Rope Mokuba


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Summer Lovin Photographed by Anthony Turano

www.anthonyturano.com Represented by FH Studio Stylist: Alex N. Winston Makeup and Hair: Simon Rihana, using MAC and Dermalogica Represented by Art Department Model: Pharis Wilauer - Wilhelmina Miami/NY Photographer Assistant: Courtney Cunningham

SWIMSuit Cami & Jax Sunglasses Quay Gold cuff H&M Stacking bracelets BP


Bustier Topshop Short stylist’s own Shoes Zara Leather gloves Bruno Carlo Necklace Anthropologie Bracelet H&M

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Jacket Topshop Necklace BP Clutch Dylan’s Candy Shop Sunglasses 9Five Stacking rings Beach and Brook Stacking bracelets BP


SWIMsuit Onia Shoes stylist’s own Sunglasses stylist’s own Necklace Dylan’s Candy Shop Bracelet H&M

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Short Topshop Shoes JF London Sunglasses H&M Bracelet Dylan’s Candy Shop


Crochet Top Kiini Bottom stylist’S own Donut necklace Dylan’s Candy Shop Ring H&M

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Bikini top H&M Bikini bottom H&M Shoes JF London Necklace Anthropology Sunglasses Luca Pagni Eyewear iPhone Case Dylan’s Candy Shop


Pearl Bra Top Nasty Gal Black wrap dress GM Studio by Georges Marciano Shoes JF London Sunglasses H&M Necklace H&M Bracelet Zara

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Dress Nasty Gal Hat Brixton Pendant Gorjana Earrings H&M Shoes stylist’s own Briefs stylist’s own Bracelet Anthropologie


TRAVEL - SERENGETI

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti

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ocated within the Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is the only luxury resort in central Serengeti. Originally opened in 2009, and managed by Four Seasons since 2012, the property includes two active wildlife watering holes frequented by elephants for viewing at peak times. Immersed in the natural beauty of the Serengeti National Park, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti boasts an unparalleled

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location for discovering the nature and wildlife of Africa’s best known wildlife sanctuary, which guests will now be able to enjoy through a new tailored experience of its most luxurious accommodations, The Villas at Four Seasons, to add to the 60 guest rooms and 12 suites. Comprising a total of five freestanding pool villas - two with One Bedroom, two with Two Bedrooms and a Presidential Villa that features two bedrooms and a flexible den that can become a sleeping area for up to two children, Four Seasons Safari Lodge is able to provide the perfect safari accommodation.

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Luxurious and welcoming, the unique Presidential Villa at Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is no ordinary accommodation. Offering direct and exclusive views of its own animal watering hole, the villa features three bedrooms, three bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, one powder room, a full kitchen, dining room, living room, indoor and outdoor shower facilities and a private gym. The 2,605 square feet (242 square metres) Presidential Villa is an idyllic base for groups and families seeking the very best experience of the Serengeti wildlife. With exceptional surrounding views of the sweeping plains, an active watering hole, a pristine infinity pool and dramatic circular firepit, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti provides the most memorable dining experiences both on-site and in the bush, where guests can dine in style and seclusion in the heart of the wilderness. Deep within Africa’s finest game reserve, the Lodge offers three restaurants, two bars and a wine cellar where guests can indulge in African-inspired cuisine. Boma Grill offers the best local ingredients from Tanzania with lessons in traditional Maasai dancing, while Maji Bar and Terrace prepares refreshing cocktails and tapas for a light meal, and Kula’s Restaurant features theatre-style cooking in a contemporary African setting. Situated next door to Kula’s, The Wine Cellar offers an exceptional opportunity to learn more about the world of wine, with a specific focus on African wines. For adventure-seekers, guests can discover the natural bush surroundings with a torch-lit bush dinner. Under the protection of Maasai warriors, a private chef will prepare each dish while guests gather around the bonfire or gaze up at the stars in this enchanted safari setting. With so many amazing dining experiences available, it’s hard to know where to start.


On site activities include bird watching, wildlife observation, walking safari, games room, library and movies, fitness facilities, and a Spa with 6 treatment rooms. The Discovery Centre features museum quality exhibits and a lecture hall for guests to learn about the local wildlife, environment and culture. The outdoor infinity pool overlooks the active watering hole. Off-site activities also offer bird watching, wildlife observation and all-terrain vehicle excursions. Four Seasons hotels and resorts are renowned for remembering that even the smaller guests are important. As such, the Kijana Klub at Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is no ordinary kids club, with its team of energetic child-carers, Maasai warriors and wildlife experts on hand to educate younger guests about Africa and its abundance of wildlife. With the guidance of on-site wildlife experts, teenage guests will have the opportunity to learn more about conservation and how to study animals through initiatives such as the Cheetah Watch Program. The Kijana Klub also has a supervised arts and crafts space, an area for playing video games and watching movies, and a dining area - the perfect mix of education and fun, for memories that will last a lifetime. For more information: www.fourseasons.com/serengeti

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