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GRADUATE FASHION SHOWCASE MICHAEL SCHWARTZ STEVEN JAMES EMBERTON ANDREW KUYKENDALL AKIHITO IGARASHI MASAYUKI ICHINOSE MATILDE TRAVASSOS KRISTIINA WILSON ENRIQUE VEGA LAURA ROSE DAFNE EDERVEEN KAT + DUCK SAYURI ICHIDA MITSUAKI MURATA www.deluxxdigital.com : the digital fashion showcase magazine : issue 6 : 1st anniversary edition


EDITOR’S LETTER Welcome to the 1st anniversary edition of deluxxdigital.com. It’s been a really busy and interesting year, and I would like to thank everyone for their contriubtions and support in making this first year such a success. I hope that everyone involved has received as much positive feedback to their work as I have. I am really looking forward to the exciting year ahead and to be able to continue to promote and showcase more great work! www.deluxxdigital.com www.iqons.com/deluxxdigital.com info@deluxxdigital.com photography: ANDREW KUYKENDALL


CONTENTS GRADUATE FASHION SHOWCASE MICHAEL SCHWARTZ STEVEN JAMES EMBERTON ANDREW KUYKENDALL AKIHITO IGARASHI MASAYUKI ICHINOSE MATILDE TRAVASSOS KRISTIINA WILSON ENRIQUE VEGA LAURA ROSE DAFNE EDERVEEN KAT + DUCK SAYURI ICHIDA MITSUAKI MURATA creative director: STEPHEN J LEE contributors: LEANNE JOHNSON CHARMAINE AYDEN NATALAIGH TAYLOR DANIELLE WOOD CLAIRE ANDREWS CHRISTOPHER HODGE front cover: MICHAEL SCHWARTZ back cover: MITSUAKI MURATA


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GRADUATE FASHION


TAKING INSPIRATION FROM DESIGNERS RIK OWENS AND RAF SIMONS SARA WILSON

envisions her collection to be most successful within the Japanese market text: LEANNE JOHNSON

Creating a beautiful enigma through the juxtaposition of fabrics, Sara Wilson creates her graduate menswear collection based on a sinister take of the 19th century clown. Taking inspiration from designers Rik Owens and Raf Simons, Sara envisions her collection to be most successful within the Japanese market. Using her previous experience in the fashion industry to her advantage, Sara enjoys working backstage as a dresser which later influenced her costume inspired collection. Sara focuses on specific colours when designing her garments, pin pointing shades of gun metal grey with subtle flashes of colour, preserving a flow of consistency throughout her spring-summer collection. Originally from Blackpool, Sara has previously interned at Alfred Dunhill for six months where she found the

opportunity to design for the menswear range. In her own collection Sara recreates a nostalgic tale setting an example of how menswear can be portrayed through the concept of layers. In preparation for Graduate Fashion Week, Sara has produced four full outfits with seventeen garments in total aided by the use of sheers. When asked which garment was her favourite, Sara chose the full bodysuit featuring encrusted sequins around the mouth area. Another favoured addition to her collection is a jacket lined with an orange and red print inspired by a circus image. Specialising in menswear Sara adds a feminine element to her designs without losing the aspect of masculinity all at the same time. Sara currently freelances for website, www.notjustalabel.com, where she has previously attended GFW to look for on trend pieces to add to the website. Through playing with knitwear and textiles, Sara’s collection will bring its own element of drama to Graduate Fashion Week.


photography: CHRISTOPHER HODGE


INSPIRED BY THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF BUTTERFLIES JEMMA PAGE

creates knitwear that cocoons the body, for maximum comfort and sculptural effect text: DANIELLE WOOD

Designed for maximum impact is a unique sculptural knitwear collection from Northumbria University Fashion Design student Jemma Page. The inspiration for the sophisticated silhouetted collection has come from the transformation process of butterflies, creating knitwear that cocoons the body, for maximum comfort and sculptural effect.

with every piece designed for a luxuriously chic look, with jackets, knitted dresses, jumpers and even a pair of meticulously knitted trousers. The young designer’s favourite piece from the collection is a structured jacket with hook and welt detail, created to exaggerate the shoulder shape of the wearer, creating a striking silhouette.

Originally from Middlesbrough in the North East of England, Jemma has spread her wings during her time at Northumbria gaining experience in roles at knitwear supplier Tapestry, who supply knitwear for high street stores including Topshop and online store ASOS, Rubecksen and Yamanaka, and Conde nast publishing, and hopes to embark on a career in design upon graduating in summer 2010.

Working with sculptural pieces with an element of theatre, Jemma is inspired by Jill Sander and the late Alexander McQueen working with silhouettes and shapes before working in a colour scheme to suit. The bold colour palette for the cocooning collection is a rippling combination of greys, navy blue, red and orange, each combined through the use of horizontal stripes.

Jemma’s main inspiration for women’s wear design is the human body, its natural curves and shape, taking these and transforming them, pieces from Jemma’s final year collection create a knitted habitat,

The collection is every woman’s dream, a wearable range of comforting yet chic knitwear, a collection which not only transforms its wearers but also narrates Jemma’s transformation from Northumbria University student to fashion designer.


photography: CHRISTOPHER HODGE


A COLLECTION THAT IS BASED ON SUSTAINABLE AND ETHICAL FASHION ANGHARAD GRIFFITHS

aims to steer away from the stereotypical ‘brown hemp’ look in which people relate to ethical fashion text: NATALAIGH TAYLOR “There’s only so much you can learn from a textbook, a course in which includes a year of industrial experience is perfect.” Final year fashion student Angharad Griffiths thinks Northumbria University should be duly credited for the invaluable time and effort they invest with regards to the placement year. Thrown into the deep end of a whirlwind they call “the fashion industry”, Angharad began her career in the fast paced, ever changing industry. Working with high-end designer Erdem has been a life changing and experiential step forward. When welcomed into the manic studio “could you toile up this trench coat” was only the start of things to come. Adapting quickly is an absolute necessity if you want to survive. Erdem is a relatively small company, consisting of several key members and relying on unpaid interns. Angharad’s responsibility within the company was vital; therefore she gained more experience than a superior designer could have offered. The highlight of this experience was working with Brightonbased embroider Jenny King. Angharad stepped into her element with hands-on, textile based work, when trained to assist only three days before ‘the show’ at London Fashion Week. Crucial duties to finish garments last minute were gruelling hard work, yet certainly paid off when images of celebrities such as Keira Knightley wearing one of the dresses featured in glossy magazines only days later. Working as a dresser backstage at the show, thus equipped her with a true sense of the industry. Learning how important

communication is, with limited time and increasing stress levels, a huge responsibility was pinned on her to ensure everything ran smoothly. Angharad began to change her beliefs within the industry. Sitting in a showroom, surrounded by cries of “I want this, and I’ll have that in this colour” compared to meeting a factory worker sewing buttons on all day every day, it occurred to Angharad “How can the contrast within one industry be so vast?” She then re-evaluated her interest, considering what she wanted to achieve within the fashion world. It was then she readdressed herself as an ethical designer. In order to express these thoughts positively, Angharad held a workshop, teaching people how to make garments from recycled clothes. The collection is based on sustainable and ethical fashion. Angharad aims to steer away from the stereotypical ‘brown hemp’ look in which people relate to ethical fashion. Finding a fabric which prints beautifully yet also eliminates the use of pesticides in the manufacturing, which can kill up to 20,000 people per year was difficult, yet thrilling to find a company in which could do just that, it was new to this country, therefore, Angharad would be first to use it. Based around the idea of lost values and how the appreciation of the simple things in life are being lost, such as taking a stroll through the woods and seeing the natural beauty that surrounds us with an array of striking colour and imagery is the sensation Angharad hopes to achieve within her final collection.


photography: CHRISTOPHER HODGE


NEW KNITS A SOFT AND SUBTLE LANDSCAPE RACHAEL HEWSON

is making waves with her understated fashion statements text: CLAIRE ANDREWS

A gentle palette of pale blues, greys, dusty pinks and creams compliment Rachael’s latest layered knitwear collection. Transparent created stitches drape over her more heavily knitted fabrics. Rachael has produced voluminous yet simplistic designs.

a diverse market, the company’s knitted swatches are sent around the globe to brands from New York, Paris and Shanghai. Rachael’s knitted creations were instantly spotted in the U.S. and picked up by the iconic Tommy Hilfiger brand.

Her muse? The stress-free girl. The girl who can roll out of bed, wear any item from her bedroom floor and still look fabulous.

Rachael sees her work as designer level, but not haute couture. She’s inspired by casualness, comfort and ease. With a collection of ten garments in total, her pieces are not to be made up of single outfits but an assortment of garments, a ‘mix and match’. To be worn day or night, as casual or dressed up as the wearer desires.

With the cocoon shapes of Marni, details of Sonia Rykiel and the chic simplicity of Margaret Howell, Rachael delivers a relaxed, subtle yet luxurious collection. Born in 1987 and schooled in Durham, Rachael joined BA (Hons) Fashion Design at Northumbria University four years ago. Her aim is simple. Excited by the sampling of knitwear through to clothing design, Rachael is keen to become apart of the creative process of the industry. She has gained experience from the internationally renowned knitwear design studio; Made in Brighton. With

Her delicate choice of colour was spontaneously selected from browsing through a drawer of zips. When working on knitwear samples, the compilation of zip shades Rachael came across suited her ‘effortless’ designs perfectly. However carefree Rachael’s collection may appear, her design and quality is not compromised. Using yarns of cashmere and silk, you may feel comfortable but will always, always remain chic.


photography: CLAIRE ANDREWS


INSPIRED BY THE ARTIST, SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT SANTIAGO CALATRAVA HOLLY FARRAR

creates garments that women love to wear text: CHARMAINE AYDEN

Her clothing is something that possesses obvious beauty, without trying too hard to be beautiful. Creating garments that explore and worship the female form, Holly Farrar understands the feminine need to be protected. Exploring vulnerability, her collection discovers protection of the body in both a physical, and non-physical sense.

discovering inspiration in the creations of conceptual designers such as Viktor and Rolf, Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan, the young designer deviates away from their abstract approach. “I don’t like the lack of wearablilty. I always think it blurs the boundaries of ‘fashion’ and conceptual art”.

Inspired by the artist, sculptor and architect Santiago Calatrava, Holly creates garments that women love to wear. With an ability to flawlessly depict the female silhouette, while enhancing the perfect waist, Holly’s garments represent strength and splendor.

In addition to her own collection, Holly has spent seven months on placement working with the Topshop Design Team. During this period Holly created numerous products for the store, one of which became a recognised best seller and was sold internationally. While working for Topshop, Holly also contributed to the success of the SS09 Unique show at London Fashion Week. The clothing showcased received great praise from the British Fashion Press, with a number of these garments hand embroidered and studded personally by Holly.

Structure is at the heart of the collection, combining solid architectural lines with graceful drape provides for beautiful, yet commanding garments. Subtly inspired by the 30’s, the collection emphasises a love for tailoring and bias cutting, carefully mixed with understated exposure of flesh. With an admiration for classic designers such as Coco Chanel, Roland Mouret and Maison Martin Margiela, it’s easy to see where inspiration has developed. Creating clothes that are dramatic, yet wearable remains a fundamental part of the design process for Holly. Despite

Anticipating graduation from Northumbria University, Holly has ambitions to head her own design team. “Once I graduate, my aim is to get a job as a designer in a upper high street/desirable range company. Ultimately I want to head a design team, but that’s a long way off yet”. Although, I have a suspicion it won’t be as long as she thinks.


photography: CHRISTOPHER HODGE


photography

MICHAEL SCHWARTZ


Sculpture vest: FABIOLA ARIAS


photography: MICHAEL SCHWARTZ styling: KATELYN MOONEY

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Hooded Cloak: RAG AND BONE Blouse: DARYL K Skirt: MIU MIU opposite page

Fur Jacket: YSL Skirt: NANCY NEAL Buttery Mask: STYLISTS OWN


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Fringe Dress: FABIOLA ARIAS Feather Hat: CHRISTIAN DIOR Jewellery: COSTUME CHANEL opposite page

Textured Dress and Hat: FABIOLA ARIAS


Feather Hat: CHRISTIAN DIOR Bracelet and Necklace: COSTUME CHANEL


photography: MICHAEL SCHWARTZ www.michaelschwartzphoto.com styling: KATELYN MOONEY www.katelynmooney.blogspot.com hair & make-up: AUDREY NEAL model: DODO FROM NY MODELS Dress: FABIOLA ARIAS www.fabiolaarias.com


photography

STEVEN JAMES EMBERTON


LILLY WONDER photography: STEVEN JAMES EMBERTON styling: KATIE BURNETT


this page Shell flower headpiece made of laser cut leather inlayed with mother of pearl shell: CARIANNE MOORE One Strap Maxi Ruffle dress: AFSHIN FEIZ opposite page Pink floral top: JASPER CONRAN


this page Black transparent sequenced bolero: JASPER CONRAN Black silk dress with rufes and chain detailing : AFSHIN FEIZ opposite page Purple dress: CHARELS ANASTASE Pink cape rapped around the waist: BORA AKSU


this page Phoenix’ headpiece made of feathers and suede: CARIANNE MOORE Black transparent floral dress: JASPER CONRAN opposite page Lace dress: GIA White skirt: CHARELS ANASTASE


photography: STEVEN JAMES EMBERTON www.stevenjamesemberton.com styling: KATIE BURNETT www.katieburnett.co.uk hair: MITSUTAKA ENOKIDA make-up: VALENTINA CRETI www.valentinacreti.com stylist assistant: JAMIE GREEN & LALI BUKIA model: JESS @ INDEPENDENT opposite page Flower corsage’s: ADELE MARIE Grey Floral Top: SPIJKERS EN SPIJKERS stockists JASPER CONRAN 36 Sackville Street, London W1S 3EQ 0207 292 9080 by appointment only CARIANNE MOORE www.cariannemoore.com Phone +44 (0)20 7502 6738 CHARELS ANASTASE BORA AKSU at Selfridges ADELE MARIE www.adele-marie.com SPIJKERS EN SPIJKERS B-Store MODERNIST at Harvey Nichols


photography

ANDREW KUYKENDALL


photography: ANDREW KUYKENDALL styling: TON AGUILAR

DANCING WITH MYSELF


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Lame diamond top: GREY ANT Rufe Leather Skirt: LITERATURE NOIR Red patchwork lace leggings & brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG opposite page

Fringe dress used as (neck piece): LITERATURE NOIR Black oversize drape sweater: TON AGUILAR Tibet legging: GREY ANT


Women nude trench top: COSTUME DEPT. High waist rafямБ shorts: TON AGUILAR Belt: VINTAGE STYLIST OWN Black cross leggings: WITCHES


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Black patchwork lace bodysuit: BRIAN LICHTENBERG opposite page

Black skinny denim studded vest: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Airlift dress: GREY ANT Red patchwork lace leggings: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Hat/jewellery: STYLIST OWN


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Cropped blazer: LITERATURE NOIR Swim tube bodysuit: GREY ANT Pink sequin leggings: COSTUME DEPT. brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Jewellery: VINTAGE STYLIST OWN opposite page

Sequin disco Head Piece: TON AGUILAR Black Sequin Dress: LITERATURE NOIR Glamour Leggings: COSTUME DEPT. Brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG


Hat: STYLIST OWN Blue glitter one shouldered dress: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Vertical dark striped leggings: COSTUME DEPT. Brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG


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Green sequined slime top: BRIAN LICHTENBERG Leopard shorts: LITERATURE NOIR Brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG opposite page

Rock and roll studded vest: TON AGUILAR Brown shaggy hair heels: BRIAN LICHTENBERG


photography: ANDREW KUYKENDALL www.andrewkuykendall.com styling: TON AGUILAR styling assistant: PAC MAGAÑA hair & make-up: DEVIN JOPLIN model: KELLEY ASH @ Q MODELS


photography

AKIHITO IGARASHI


SHADE AND HONEY photography: AKIHITO IGARASHI styling: HANNAH ELWELL


Crochet red/grey chain detail dress: IOANNIS DIMITROUSIS @ MACHINE-A Silver satin sleeves: RACHEL FREIRE


Bolero: ADA ZANDITON @ MACHINE-A Red printed body: HERMIONE DE PAULA Black ‘crown of thorns’: JURGEN BARTSCH


this page Multicoloured bead knit dress: BEATRICE NEWMAN opposite page Red long tunic: HERMIONE DE PAULA Black zip detailed jacket: RACHEL FREIRE


Blue knit dress: MATTHEW WILLIAMSON


this page Cap with Swarovski crystals: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE Dark red suede dress: ROMINA KARAMANEA @ MACHINE-A opposite page Floral bow headpiece: ELLIOT ATKINSON


photography: AKIHITO IGARASHI styling: HANNAH ELWELL hair: AKIO NISHIYAMA make-up: MIA YANG using MAC pro models: ANNA STEPHENSON @ STORM TINA VERSHAGURI @ NEXT Black leather crown - Hermione De Paula Black knit dress - Beatrice Newman


photography

MASAYUKI ICHINOSE


JUMEAUX

photography: MASAYUKI ICHINOSE styling: KUMIKO YASHIRO


this page Jumpsuit: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE opposite page Vest: SIBLING Shorts: CHRONICLES OF NEVER


this page Jacket and leggings: OSTWALD HELGASON Tutu vest: SUPERFINE opposite page Lace dress: INBAR SPECTOR


this page Vest & trousers: TIM SOAR Necklace: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE opposite page Shirt: QASIMI


this page Jumpsuit: JEAN PIERRE BRAGANZA Vest: CHRONICLES OF NEVER opposite page Dress: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE


photography: MASAYUKI ICHINOSE www.masayukiichinose.com styling: KUMIKO YASHIRO www.kumikoyashiro.com make-up: KANAKO YOSHIDA using MAC pro hair: AKIO NISHIYAMA model: MAX BARREAU @ MODELS 1 PAU @ SELECT


left Body: ANA SEKULARAC right Trousers: TIM SOAR


photography

MATILDE TRAVASSOS


Mesh top: KSUBI Draped harness: FANNIE SCHIAVONI


TROPISM

photography: MATILDE TRAVASSOS styling: KUMIKO YASHIRO


this page Silk long dress: ANDREA MCWHA Plaque necklace & gold shoes: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE opposite page Geometric printed bikini: BELLE SAUVAGE


this page Printed dress: JAYNE PIERSON opposite page Wool printed dress: HILDA MAHA Multi coloured leggings: OSTWALD HELGASON Gold shoes: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE


this page Printed dress: ILLIONAIRE Mesh dress: ANDREA MCWHA Bead bracelet: DAYDREAM NATION opposite page Leopard top: JAMES HOCK @ MACHINE-A LONDON Tiger printed t- shirt: NOKI


this page Printed dress: SARAH EASOM Studded shoes : MARJAN PEJOSKI opposite page Sequin dress: MARJAN PEJOSKI


photography: MATILDE TRAVASSOS www.matildetravassos.com styliing: KUMIKO YASHIRO www.kumikoyashiro.com make-up: KANAKO YOSHIDA using MAC pro hair: AKIO NISHIYAMA model: VALERIE @ SELECT


photography

KRISTIINA WILSON


NOT DARK YET photography: KRISTIINA WILSON styling: SARAH DANIELLA


Jacket: BLUMARINE Pants: CHARLOTTE RONSON


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Lingerie: DOLCE AND GABBANA Jacket: VICTOR AND ROLF opposite page

Dress: GUCCI Shoes: WALTER STEIGER


Jacket: ALICE AND OLIVIA Dress: BLUMARINE


Jacket: JEAN PAUL GAULTIER Necklaces: RACHEL LEIGH


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Dress and lingerie: DOLCE AND GABBANA opposite page

Dress: GIORGIO ARMANI Shoes: WALTER STEIGER


photography: KRISTIINA WILSON/PHOTOGROUP www.kristiinawilson.com styling: SARAH DANIELLA hair: EVE WHITTINGTON make-up: KATIE MELLINGER model: ILONA @ MAJOR Dress: ASHISH


photography

ENRIQUE VEGA


THE LAST NIGHT IN OLD SAN JUAN

photography: ENRIQUE VEGA fashion director: DAVIS CARRASQUILLO


Yalimar wears white and black dress:STELLA NOLASCO Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA Shoes: GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI


this page Miriam wears black dress: HARRY ROBLES Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA opposite page Yalimar wears trench coat: KIMBERLY OVITZ Heart necklace with pearls and rhinestones: LANVIN available at Oui Boutique Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA


this page Yalimar wears black lace dress: CANDELA NYC Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA Miriam wears black strapless dress: CATHERINE MALANDRINO available at Oui Boutique Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA Flower ring: MIMI VERT Leather studded purse: LANVIN available at Oui Boutique opposite page Miriam wears black dress: HARRY ROBLES Rhinestones earrings: Badgley Mischka


photographer: ENRIQUE VEGA www.enrique-vega.net fashion director: DAVIS CARRASQUILLO www.1fashionproductions.com hair: ELSA CANEDO for TRESemmĂŠ Simply No Frizz Spray Gel @ www.elsahair.com make-up: CHARLIE VAZQUEZ models: MIRIAM JOSI & YALIMAR FELICIANO @ www.elementmodelpr.com location: Old San Juan City, and The San Juan Water & Beach Club Hotel, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. Special thanks to: Patricia Gonzalez from the San Juan Water & Beach Club Hotel and to Maria Zipperle from Oui Boutique, San Juan, PR. this page

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Yalimar wears black & white strapless dress: HARRY ROBLES

Yalimar wears black chiffon blouse: LANVIN

Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA

available at Oui Boutique

Pearl necklaces and make-up compact: CHANEL

Black leggings: BCBG MAXAZRIA

Miriam wears black dress: HARRY ROBLES

Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA

Rhinestones earrings: BADGLEY MISCHKA

Shoes: GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI

Black bead necklace: ALBERTO TORRES


photography

LAURA ROSE


COLOUR WASH photography: LAURA ROSE styling: JULIE BROOKE WILLIAMS


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Dress: OSCAR DE LA RENTA Bangles: RACHEL LEIGH opposite page

Dress: VINTAGE CHRISTIAN LACROIX


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Vintage dress: AMARCORD ARCHIVE Choker: LEE ANGEL opposite page

Dress: LOUIS VUITTON


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Vintage dress: AMARCORD ARCHIVE Top: CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS Necklace: LEE ANGEL opposite page

Orange dress: STINE GOYA Silver dress: CHRISTIAN COTA Bracelet: LOUIS VUITTON


photography: LAURA ROSE styling: JULIE BROOKE WILLIAMS make-up: ANNE KOHLHAGEN for mac cosmetics hair: TRESSA DEGIORGI @ ion studio NYC assistant: GREGORY AUNE model: MARIEL @ FORD MODELS


photography

DAFNE EDERVEEN


SIMPLY SAND photography: DAFNE EDERVEEN styling: EDITH DOHMEN

Satin top: INDIVIDUALS Pants: SPIJKERS & SPIJKERS


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Blouse: INDIVIDUALS Pants: INDIVIDUALS opposite page

Pink top with rufямВes: MARYAM KORDBACH


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Long suede vest, leather legging: JOHNNY RAMLI Boots: MAGALI PASCAL opposite page

Peach/lilac dress with nice details: MARYAM KORDBACH


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Suede dress, shoes: L’ALTRA MODA opposite page

Lilac dress with details: MARYAM KORDBACH


photography: DAFNE EDERVEEN www.dafneederveen.nl styling: EDITH DOHMEN www.edithdohmen.com hair & make-up: CARMEN GONZALEZ www.carmengo.com model: JENNA www.futurefacesmodels.com Silk dress: INDIVIDUALS

INDIVIDUALS: www.individualsatamfi.nl JOHNNY RAMLI: www.johnnyramli.com L’ALTRA MODA: www.laltramoda.it MAGALI PASCAL: www.magalipascal.com MARYAM KORDBACH: www.maryamkordbacheh.com SPIJKERS & SPIJKERS: www.spijkersenspijkers.nl


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KAT + DUCK


PLEASANT STREET photography: KAT + DUCK styling: MARISSA ADELE


this page Swimsuit: ROSA CHA Bolero: CARLOS MIELE Necklace: DANNIJO Shoes: DSQUARED2 opposite page Dress: CARLOS MIELE Shoes: DSQUARED2 Bracelet: MERCURA


this page Top: CARLOS MIELE Swim bottom: ERES Necklace: MERCURA Shoes: DKNY opposite page Swimsuit: DKNY Shrug: MARIO MOYA Boots: DR. MARTENS Glassess: MERCURA


this page Bra & panties: VPL Jacket: LOST ART Thigh highs: MARIO MOYA Shoes: GUISEPPE ZANOTTI Necklace: DANNIJO opposite page Cape: ISSEY MIYAKE Swim bottom: ERES Shoes: GUISEPPE ZANOTTI


photography: KAT + DUCK styling: MARISSA ADELE hair & Make-up: RONALDO ESCOBAR @ FORD model: Blanca @ MUSE NYC Bolero: CARLOS MIELE Necklace: DANNIJO Shoes: GUISEPPE ZANOTTI


photography

SAYURI ICHIDA


MYSTIC ANTIQUE photography: SAYURI ICHIDA styling: HIROSHI HASHIGUCHI


Dress: AQUA Bracelet: STYLIST’S OWN


Dress & bracelet: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE


this page Dress & trouser: MARIA FRANCESCA PEPE Bracelet: VINTAGE opposite page: Jacket: VARUS SARDANA Tops: VINTAGE Skirt - LINA OSTERMAN Choker: VINTAGE Belt: STYLIST’S OWN


Dress: AQUA Bracelet: STYLIST’S OWN


this page Dress: ELLIOT ATKINSON Bracelet: STYLIST’S OWN opposite page Jacket: VINTAGE YOHJI YAMAMOTO NOIR Dress: DELIA COVEGGI Shoes: VINTAGE YOHJI YAMAMOTO Milliner: J SMITH ESQ Bracelet: STYLIST’S OWN Belt: VINTAGE YOHJI YAMAMOTO


photography: SAYURI ICHIDA http://sayuriichida.com styling: HIROSHI HASHIGUCHI make-up: KANAKO YOSHIDA using MAC pro www.kanakoyoshida.com hair: TAKESHI KATOH model: ALICE FADEEVA @ NEXT


photography

MITSUAKI MURATA


JOAN OF ARC photography: MITSUAKI MURATA fashion: LAURAINE BAILEY


Body: AMERICAN APPAREL Ring: AMRAPALI Body armour: KAT MARKS


this page Swimsuit: RICHARD QUINN Cuffs & ring: AMRAPALI Underwear: AMERICAN APPAREL Shoes: GABRIELLA MARINA GONZALES opposite page Neckpiece & cuffs: AMRAPALI Dress: PIERRE GARROUDI


this page Body: AMERICAN APPAREL Cage dress: FREYAGUSHI Cuff: ANGIE GOODERHAM Shoes: IRENE BRANDT opposite page Cape & skirt: ANAM NASEER Cuffs: AMRAPALI Shoes: GABRIELLA MARINA GONZALES


this page Leather trousers & bag worn as headpiece: DEBONAIR DEBONAIR opposite page Top worn as headpiece: PIERRE GARROUDI Bask (made to order): NICOL DENOIR @ CREATIVE CORNUCOPIA


photography: MITSUAKI MURATA www.mitsuakimurata.com fashion: LAURAINE BAILEY www.laurainebaileystyling.co.uk make-up: ABIGAIL JOHNSON www.abigailjohnson.co.uk hair: AKIO NISHIYAMA www.akionishiyama.com model: MILOU GORT @ STORM fashion assistant: TEANESHA FULLER-CHRISTIAN photography assistant: VALERIA CARDI this page Bodice & ямБlm skirt: RICHARD QUINN Cuffs: DEBONAIR DEBONAIR Ring: AMRAPALI Opposite page Leather jacket & cuffs: DEBONAIR DEBONAIR Neckpiece (made to order): IRENE BRANDT Underwear: AMERICAN APPAREL


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