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[ACIQ] T H E E N D O F T H E B E G I N N I N G Final hour. Daul sits still and unaffected from the unknown uproar that just occurred, physically sealed but mentally free. Slowly light enters the room through different avenues unveiling panels of her and surroundings. These lit moments symbolise the reinvention of mankind; jilted by the past but hopeful for the future. Fuelled but wounded. Chapter one. The end of the beginning.With a scene set for the Fall 2013 and debut collection the garments take on the key elements contrast and subtly. The collection encapsulates a rich fusion of beautiful wools and cashmeres with stand out leather detailing. The Aciq team consisting Jessica Chatterton, Yoona Kim and Nickque Patterson have created a language with pieces which feature contrasting panels textures and tones as well as an element of transparency. From a far the garments as a collective sit uniformed and clean with sharp lengths and angular breaks. A march of connected singularity. Aciq is a core androgynous concept and fashion label transcending the characteristics associated with man and woman. In a modern world these traits have progressively become blurred this is something to be celebrated, an emancipation of mankind. With a structured fluidity Aciq gaments exploit the extremes of both sexes capturing the residue of silence left between the stereotypes of “man” and “woman”. Ultimately Aciq is a lifestyle with a uniform at the centre of each stage of development recruiting and exploring through art, literature and fashion. www.aciq.co.uk


photo: Rachell Smith


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British Award Winning Designer Samantha Cole debuted her first London Fashion Week Salon Show at Vauxhall Fashion Scout on 21st February 2011, a small and quiet debut which still managed to garner attention from the likes of WGSN (trendsetters) and selected by vogue.com where the collection images currently reside. Samantha’s label is inspired by art, technology, structure, & innovative fabrics, a consistent element portrayed in her collections with ‘Female Empowerment’ as the thread. The label also made its New York debut this season to rave reviews from the likes of Lucky Magazine and was due to the support of Virginia Bright ENTERTAINMENT.

Samantha’s A/W 2013 Collection “A Linear Nights Equation” has drawn inspiration from a back to basics formula of maths. The mathematical equation graph was the basis for the simple and uncomplicated shapes created. It also inspired the brands debut print range which consists strictly of linear shapes. Creating this Linear inspired collection began by using the “NIGHT EQUATION” graph accompanied by slopes and 3D linear equations. This is the focus and dominant feature that can be seen throughout the collection.

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The “NIGHT EQUATION” set the tone for the monochrome colour palette with a hint of tonal sunrise producing for the first time a slight warmth to the collection.

The linear equation which is based on lines forming shapes also inspired the textured pieces from the suede hand knitted dress to the basket weave knit skinny trousers. While the collection has far less textured fabrics as in previous seasons, it is richer in its use of leather that runs throughout the collection, other fabrics include suede, cashmere wool blend fabrics, silk, jersey and knits. The silhouettes are strong and defined with an emphasis on fit and structure. The ethos is to constantly find new ways to make 3D wearable and this is being emphasized through the current collection by highlighting the soft & strong, light & dark and shadow effects being created through contrasting colours and textures. Samantha Cole continually challenges the definition of style and beauty and aims to make each garment an independent design capable of holding its own but still conveniently resides within the scope of the collection. www.samanthacolelondon.co.uk


photography & retouching: JOANNA BRIGGS hair: LORETTA DOYLEY FOR RUSH make up & nails: www.miraparmarmakeup.com stylist: RICARDO MEDINA models: NATASHA MUSSON & KAYT WEBSTER-BROWN creative director: SAMANTHA COLE LONDON assistants: Eva Manana Perez & Jannika Verbuechein in association with VIRGINIA BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT


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T H E S T R E N G T H O F N O N - R E G U L A R A R M I E S Alexandra Sebbag, a fashion and graphic designer, together with Marie Artamonoff, a jewellery designer, joined forces in Brussels in 2012 to launch their brand, Arma Cutis. Their work is always designed around the use of two materials: textile and metal. Arma Cutis means armor of skin. The first collection was questioning the notion of skin. The second one is exploring the other side of Arma cutis, the armor. Body on body, skin on skin. The first collection SS13#1 was a capsule collection for women which uses a flesh that is raw and rough, disembodied yet still very alive, marked by its wounds, its imperfections, its daily cracks. A flesh that is overexposed in the need to reaffirm its own singularity but only by being artificial. The materials are used in an effort to incarnate the skin and worked as if they were skin with its folds, its scars. In February 2013, Marie Artamonoff and Alexandra Sebbag launched their second Arma Cutis collection, AW 13 #02, structured around the theme of armor, weapons and the battlefield. Rigorous cuts, radical, angular, exacerbated. This warlike theme is addressed to a woman who owns her feminity. Their first fashion show was organized and staged as a commando mission during Paris fashion week. By using a tactic that defies convention, they chose to impose next to great names by invading their own ground. The strength of non-regular armies lies in the surprise they cause by their actions. click here to see the video: www.armacutis.com


photo: Pauline Hisbacq


[ ] MARTINA SPETLOVA E X P E R I M E N T S T E X T U R E

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Martina presents the latest collection of her expanding range of experiments in colour, texture and techniques that has a playful exploration with pleated textures, and woven leathers that sees a marked evolution of her brand, and presents a new level of sophistication to her creations with her label continuing to grow from strength to strength. Intense colours including dark reds, hot pinks, oranges, mauves, pale blues and acid greens become opalescent through the pleating technique and movement of the garments reveal new dimensions to the tones. This pleating seems part inspired by ancient Japanese paper cutting especially in the playful use of shapes laser cut into areas of the delicate fabrics. A floating panel that fans out across the chest, folding out on itself to create an oversized bow is a distinctive new feature of this seasons collection and again accentuates the movement of the pleats. As well as this there are her familiar shapes applied to colourful patchwork leather jackets, this time combined with matching culottes all made from fish skin leathers interwoven with silk in a stunning mutli-coloured pattern.

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T E C H N I Q U E S Martina explores her signature strengths, continually refining the techniques that fascinate her with their complexity and possibility. Martina maintains her high quality of craftsmanship without compromising on style. Complementing the collection is a short film shot by Ruta Balseviciute. Shooting the collection from microscopic view, shows the collection as a diverse landscape of bold colour and glistening mountains of fabric. It captures the detailed focus this collection deserves. In collaboration with Teva shoes, Martina has had the opportunity to transform hiking sandals into an entirely new Spetlova creation. Coating each surface in a light fish leather suddenly made hiking shoes fashionable again. The combination of simplicity and quality complement the collection perfectly. With such distinctive design and strong work ethics, this is set to be Martina’s strongest collection yet. Having been a name in industry for a long while, it is truly her time to shine brighter than ever. www.martinaspetlova.com


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Tricky is back. Back with a new studio album, False Idols, and his own new label (also bearing the False Idols name), but also back in a personal sense. “I was lost for ages,” he says. “I was trying to prove something to people, trying to do something to please other people and also myself at the same time, which is never going to work. To be honest with you, I’ve been floating around since Chris Blackwell and Island. My last two albums, I thought they were good, but I realize now they weren’t. This album is about me finding myself again.” Adrian Thaws is, perhaps, being a bit hard on himself. However, there is no doubt that False Idols stands as his most accomplished album since his earliest works. It opens with a cover of a Van Morrison song, “Somebody’s Sins,” which sees Tricky and vocalist Francesca Belmonte whispering “Jesus died for somebody’s sins, but not mine” over a sparse groaning bass. The lead single “Parenthesis,” which features a vocals from Peter Silberman of The Antlers, has more rhythmic grunt, which gives a different dimension to the dark gothic atmosphere that pervades the record. No-one does this kind of thing better. The spirit of Tricky’s ‘90s output looms large over False Idols. There are times when his entire career has seemed like a stubborn refusal to be defined by its success or sound. He has finally come to terms with it, even learned to embrace it. The lightbulb moment came when he was sending demos to a friend. “All the songs which were easy for me to write, which I wrote in two hours, he sent me a message saying, ‘This is why I loved you in the beginning.’ The stuff that I’d thought about more, that stuff he was like, ‘It’s OK, yeah.’ So then I knew. It brought me back to my natural instincts.”

The resemblance to Maxinquaye is undeniable, though the material on False Idols is gentler; more mature. “Of all my records, the majority of people are into Maxinequaye,” says Tricky. “That’s because it was a time and a place. Maxinquaye was a part of their life. Some people say it was the soundtrack to their youth. You can’t challenge that. But musically this is a better album.” He pauses before adding. “Of course I know that people might not agree with that.” Let’s just say it’s a stunning return to form and leave it at that.


Many of the songs on False Idols feature artists signed to Tricky’s new label, including 24-year Londoner Francesca Belmonte and Fifi Rong. The album also includes collaborations with Nigeria’s new global star Nneka, the afore-mentioned Peter Silberman. In the months before the album’s release, False Idols will also release an EP “Matter of Time” showcasing the label’s roster on new non-album material produced by Tricky. Why the name False Idols? “Because there’s so much bollocks going on at the moment mate,” Tricky fires back. “People follow celebrities and read every little thing they do. It’s living vicariously through someone else. Get your own life. All this stuff is false idols. That’s what helps keep the status quo.” As to the label’s mission, Tricky puts it thusly: “I signed to Island because of the artists and some of the stuff they’ve done—Bob Marley, Tom Waits. Who could I sign to now? Am I going to sign to a label because they’ve got Lady Gaga? I don’t want to be part of that bollocks music industry. I’m trying to bring that Island kind of thing back. Obviously False Idols is never going to be an Island Records, but it’s my way of trying to keep that part of the music industry going.” This commitment to the survival of artistry in new music seen Tricky collaborating with young musicians from Creep to Maya Jane Coles, popping up on Zebra Katz underground smash “Ima Read” with Gangster Boo and remixing “Crest” by Antlers. “This new album I’ll stand behind every track,” Tricky says. “I don’t care whether people like it. I’m doing what I want to do, which is what I did with my first record. That’s what made me who I was in the beginning. If people don’t like it, it don’t matter to me because I’m back where I was.” www.k7.com www.trickysite.com photo: Aldo Belmonte


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This young 5 piece - who boast a sound fuelled by jagged funked-up guitars, 80’s tinged keyboard riffs and youthful summer vibes - release their double A side single ‘Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes’, released through Once Upon A Time Records and will be available for download and on 7” vinyl. Their previous releases saw them gain some impressive radio airplay, with Huw Stephens, Nick Grimshaw and Steve Lamacq, to name but a few, having spun their work. And now fresh out of college, with this new single, Coastal Cities are bound to impress further as they take another step into the world armed with their own individual take on UK indie. ‘Entropic’, a track which has summer vibes pumping through its veins, was produced by Hugh Worskett (Delphic) and mixed by Adrian Bushby (The Rapture, Two Door Cinema Club). The song is about making the most of life whilst you can, and there is every chance this hook filled single will allow Coastal Cities to do exactly that. ‘Nothing Ever Changes’, also produced by Worksett, is about the anticipation of waiting for something to happen which takes you by surprise, but until then everything just staying the same. Both tracks are extremely impressive efforts, boasting a mature sound, years older than they are, with a dose of their youth adding a freshness and originality. Last year saw them play the Kitsune night at Les Inrocks Festival in Paris and 1,2,3,4 in London and this April Coastal Cities will be performing a handful of shows in and around London with more to be announced to promote the release of ‘Entropic / Nothing Ever Changes’. The new single is available for pre-order from Itunes click here NOTHING EVER CHANGES [VIDEO]


[3D] F I R E S A L E

Robert Del Naja aka 3D returns to deluxxdigital.com with his latest exhibition entitled Fire Sale. This is a unique retrospective of painting and design that have helped define Massive Attack over the past 20 years, covering the pages of sketchbooks to 12 million record sleeves. Previously unseen pieces created for Massive Attack’s latest album Heligoland (2010) will be exhibited alongside archival works painted and screen printed for the first time from 1991’s Blue Lines and 1994’s Protection. Robert’s ongoing collaboration with UVA with whom he designed Massive Attack’s hugely influential live shows are represented in digital mirror pieces. Fire Sale will be the first and only time these pieces will be

collected in one place: images have been hand-finished and are total one-offs - unseen images alongside those more familiar - enhanced and redacted especially for this show. He has collaborated with many diverse organisations including The Hoping Foundation, Reprieve, Occupy and London’s Southbank Centre (where he co-curated on the 2008 Meltdown Festival). Robert is currently working on a major commission for Manchester International Festival with filmmaker Adam Curtis and a book of his artworks – ‘3D / The Art Of Massive Attack’ is published later this year. Fire Sale will run until June 20th 2013 www.lazinc.com www.theoutsiders.net


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This is the first exhibition by the British artists Jake & Dinos Chapman in China and will feature a major new ‘Hell’ installation, a group of single dioramas and a new series of ‘reworked’ paintings. The Chapmans make work that examines cultural and historical stereotypes, using acerbic and surreal humour to question the status quo of hegemonic iconographies. They have described their practice as a way of establishing ‘how and whether we are allowed, or able, to show moral views’ and this exhibition addresses such subjects, challenging collective fears and anxieties through a selection of highlyconfrontational and culturally dislocating works. Monumental in scope and minute in detail, The Sum of all Evil (2012-13) occupies the entire ground floor of the gallery and is the most densely imagined diorama installation that the artists have produced to date. The fourth in a series of ‘Hell’ landscapes – the first and most well known of which, Hell (1999), was destroyed in a warehouse fire – the work features a multitude of intricately modelled Nazi soldiers, along with various characters from the fast food chain McDonald’s, committing violent, abhorrent acts set amid an apocalyptic landscape within four glass vitrines. Darkly humorous, The Sum of all Evil, as its title suggests,

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is imaginative rather than descriptive: a summation of all the worst possible ‘evils’, violence runs amok in a trans-historical and a-temporal arena. The first floor gallery features four new diorama sculptures which expand on the themes from The Sum of all Evil. In one vitrine, the instantly recognizable, bathetic character of Ronald McDonald is depicted as a melancholic fisherman on a crumbling jetty, his legs peacefully dangling over a lake thickly tangled with dead bodies. In another, a burnt out McDonald’s restaurant appears like a relic of contemporary consumerism, a ghostly reminder of its once ubiquitous global presence. The exhibition will also include a series of found paintings that the artists have in their words: ‘reworked and improved’. Painted originally by unknown artists, the paintings are either religious in theme or portraits where their defacement is nonetheless subversive, bringing to mind questions of hierarchy, value and context in much the same way as their previous, transgressive reworking of Goya’s famous ‘Disasters of War’ etchings did in the work Insult to Injury (2003). Jake & Dinos Chapman The Sum of all Evil White Cube Hong Kong www. whitecube.com


Jake & Dinos Chapman The Sum of all Evil 2012-2013 Fibreglass, plastic and mixed media in four vitrines 84 5/8 x 50 11/16 x 98 3/8 in. (215 x 128.7 x 249.8 cm) Š Jake & Dinos Chapman Photo: Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube


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McCree was invited to visit the Tavoletto chapel in the summer of 2012, by the curator Victor De Circasia. Circasia was working on putting together a year long cultural programme, to celebrate the recent completion of the chapel’s restoration. In October 2012 the artist travelled to Italy and stayed at the chapel to prepare for the show. In doing so he became the chapel’s first artist in residence for 500 years. The work for the exhibition was then completed at his London studio before being installed in the chapel in April 2013. McCree has been invited back to make a painting on one of two specially installed panels that will become a permanent part of the chapel. The title of the exhibition is ‘No Ground Under My Feet’ ‘No Ground Under my Feet’, is an important Buddhist concept and ‘saying’. It refers to the ideas of uncertainty and impermanence, which are key concepts in Buddhism. “I felt that I wanted to put something into the Tavoletto space, which contained references to non-Christian faiths and belief systems. In the 4 or 5 years leading up to my visit to Tavoletto, I have spent a lot of time travelling to and drawing from sacred spaces in India and Sri Lanka: Mosques, Hindu and Buddhist temples”. “The late Renaissance feel to the space is in the aesthetic DNA of all artists and I wanted to see where my work stood in relation to this. I feel this is an issue or question that all artists ask themselves in one way or another, at some point.” Jonathan McCree, April 2013 Recent paintings by McCree will be shown by Alicia David Contemporary Art at The Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead, 13-16th of June 2013. www.jonathanmccree.com www.aliciadavid.com

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this page Suit & Cape: YOHJI YAMAMOTO Hat: CA4LA Shoes: AGI & SAM Necklace: STYLIST OWN opposite page Suit: PAUL & JOE Sleeveless Jumper: JAMES LONG Hat: CA4LA Necklace: STYLIST OWN


this page T-Shirt: Matthew Miller Trousers: Paul Smith Scarf, hat & sunglasses: Stylist Own opposite page Shirt: P.J PAUL & JOE Trousers: YOHJI YAMAMOTO Hat: CA4LA Shoes: N CHEN4 Necklace: STYLIST OWN


Shirt: P.J PAUL & JOE Shorts & Scarf: QASIMI Cap: BEYOND RETRO


this page Suit & Cape: YOHJI YAMAMOTO Hat: CA4LA Shoes: AGI & SAM Necklace: STYLIST OWN opposite page Dungaree: XANDER ZHOU Hat: CA4LA Necklace: STYLIST OWN


this page Shirt & Trousers: QASIMI Sunglasses & Necklace: BEYOND RETRO Scarf used as Cap: STYLIST OWN opposite page Sleeveless Shirt: JAMES LONG Trousers: MATTHEW MILLER Necklace: ELSA SMITH Hat: CA4LA Ring: STYLIST OWN


photography: MASA HAMANOI stylist: HIROHITO EGUSA stylist assistant: MEGRI model: JEREMY BOATENG @ NEVS MODELS this page Trousers: BAARTMANS AND SEIGEL Shorts (wearing on the trousers): AGI AND SAM Hat: CA4LA Necklace: KYLE HOPKINS Sunglasses: STYLIST OWN opposite page Coat: XANDER ZHOU Shirt: JAMES LONG Trousers: AQUA Hat: CA4LA


life in a day photography: FEDERICA SIMONI styling: MELINA KUTELAS


Jacket: SIAN DAVIES Jumpsuit: JASMINE SALEM


this page Jacket: CLAUDIA LIGARI Shorts: SIAN DAVIES Skirt: MING PIN TIEN opposite page Coat: SIAN DAVIES Top & shorts: CLAUDIA LIGARI


Jacket: ACOB BIRGE Shorts: AVA CATHERSIDE


this page Top & jacket: MING PIN TIEN opposite page Jacket & top: AVA CATHERSIDE Skirt: SIAN DAVIES Shoes: MING PIN TIEN


this page Hat: STYLISTS OWN Coat & blouse: CLAUDIA LIGARI Skirt: JACOB BIRGE opposite page Coat & top: AVA CATHERSIDE Trousers: CLAUDIA LIGARI


photography: FEDERICA SIMONI stylist: MELINA KUTELAS @ BROOKS AND BROOKS make-up: MAI KODAMA using OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS model: GEORGIA @ ELITE stylist assistant: KATHARINA EDER Hooded dress: CLAUDIA LIGARI Black dress: AVA CATHERSIDE


the stepford wives photography, concept & styling: JACK COUSENS


photography, concept & styling: JACK COUSENS www.jackcousens.co.uk make-up: KRISTINA FOSTER hair: TONY SIMPSON models: VICTORIA CARTER & REBECCA WALL


black velvet photography: DAN KORKELIA art direction & styling: CLAUDIA BEHNKE


White sculpted dress: SHAO YEN


this page Black Top: MALGORZATA DUDEK opposite page: Black shoulder piece: CEZANNE AGATHA Black dress underneath: ALEX VON BAALEN


this page & opposite page: White sculpted dresses: LOUISE PLAYER


this page Black sculpted Coat: REBECCA THOMSON Rollneck underneath: YIFANG WAN opposite page Black & white long dress: ALICE PALMER


photography: DAN KORKELIA art direction & styling: CLAUDIA BEHNKE make up: KELLY DAWN USING NARS hair: OSCAR ALEXANDER LUNDBERG using JOICO & BABYLISS PRO model: ANNA SOMIK @ LENI’S MODEL MANAGEMENT Photography Assistance: MARTA PETRUCCI Styling Assistance: YANINA NIKITINA this page Black sculpted butterfly corset: MALGORZATA DUDEK opposite page White sculpted dress: ALICE PALMER


the last city photography: PAOLO GUADAGNIN stylist: IRENE DE SANTIS


Jacket & trousers: ILARIA NISTRI Hat: EUGENIA KIM Foulard: AVANT TOI Belt: ELISABETTA FRANCHI Shoes: ROBERT CLERGERIE


Paillettes jacket: TONELLO Top, skirt, leggins & panel above skirt: ILARIA NISTRI Foulard: AVANT TOI Necklace with multicoloured stone pendant: VALENTINA BRUGNATELLI Shoes: ROBERT CLERGERIE


this page: Hat: H&M Gold jacket: GIORGIO BRATO Dress and panel above dress: ILARIA NISTRI Shoes: ROBERT CLERGERIE opposite page: Striped hat: MARZI Foulard: AVANT TOI Jacket: ROBERTO FRAGATA Print neon dress: ANGELOS FRENTZOS Belt: ELISABETTA FRANCHI Bracelet: VALENTINA BRUGNATELLI


Paillettes jacket: TONELLO Top, skirt, leggins & panel above skirt: ILARIA NISTRI Foulard: AVANT TOI Necklace with multicoloured stone pendant: VALENTINA BRUGNATELLI


this page: Foulard: AVANT TOI Leather jacket with hood: MANILA GRACE Pleated plisse: AVARO FIGLIO Shoes: MANILA GRACE opposite page: Foulard, AVANT TOI Black blazer: SISTE’s Trousers: COVHER LAB Belt: ELISABETTA FRANCHI Shoes: ROBERT CLERGERIE


photography: PAOLO GUADAGNIN stylist: IRENE DE SANTIS hair & make up: GIUDITTA BEDETTI model: HAN BING @ELITEMODEL MILAN 1st photographic assistant: MICHELE ROMA 2nd photographic assistant: EDUARD YOUNG backstage & video: BRUNO NOARO location: P. MARGHERA (VENICE) Foulard: HERMES


around the lake photography: JOHN HENNEQUIN styling: JNSN


Kimono: EYMERIC FRANCOIS COUTURE Printed dress: FATIMA LOPES Watch: NINA RICCI


this page on the left (Sophie) Embroidered dress: GUSTAVO LINS Bra: BORDELLE at MISE EN CAGE Shoes: SONIA RYKIEL on the right (Aline) Embroidered coat & leggins: MANISH ARORA Fur Jacket: BONNY & CLYDE Shoes: WALTER STEIGER opposite page on the left: (Aline) Body: FIFI CHACHNIL Metal & leather dress: PACO RABANNE on the right: (Sophie) Embroidered dress with pleated lace: ETIENNE JEANSON Panties: FIFI CHACHNIL Watch: NINA RICCI Ring: CHANEL


this page on the left (Aline) Embroidered suit with pleated skirt: CHRISTIAN DIOR on the right (Sophie) Printed coat: PAULE KA Body: FIFI CHACHNIL opposite page on the left (Aline) Top & pants: JEAN PAUL GAULTIER background (Willy) Vision jacket: GUSTAVO LINS Shirt: MARCHAND DRAPIER Leather pants: JITROIS on the right (Sophie) Python coat: JITROIS Printed dress: ELIE SAAB Shoes: MINNA PARIKKA


this page Embroidered body: ON AURA TOUT VU Haute Couture Leggins: AUGUSTIN TEBOUL opposite page Blouse, jacket & skirt: SONIA RYKIEL Shoes: MINNA PARIKKA


photography: JOHN HENNEQUIN stylist: JNSN www.jnsn.fr make up: ANNE ARNOLD hair: CHRISTOPHE GAILLET models: ALINE @ WM PARIS SOPHIE NIELANDER @ KARIN PARIS WILLY CARTIER on the left (Aline) Printed dress: KENZO Shoulder: BORDELLE at Mise en Cage Shoes: FATIMA LOPES on the right (Sophie) Embroidered top with natural flowers: ERIC TIBUSCH Waist band with suspenders: BORDELLE at Mise en Cage Leggins: MANISH ARORA Shoes: MINNA PARIKKA


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