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From BON JOUR PARIS, pgs 22-30 photographer - carlos teixeira fashion designer - stacey blanchet of blanchet designs model: laura jullian

PUBLISHER - David Kidd EDITOR-IN-CHIEF / CREATIVE DIRECTOR - Jenna Belt MANAGING EDITOR - Cameron Habashian BEAUTY EDITOR - Clarissa Burt ASSISTING EDITOR - Ashley Luccitti COPY EDITOR - Destanye Baldwin


04 | STYLE Stage Competition - Enter Today! 06 | STYLE Stage Sponsors - Clay Couturier, MUZ Makeup, Hair Diamond Italia, LivingDoll Shoppe, & IFS Fashion 08 | STYLE Stage Celebrity Hair Judge - Diana Schmidtke - Profile 10 | STYLE Stage June Finalists 14 | NATIVE BEAUTY - Jennelle Gee - Photography 20 | TAKE ME HOME - LOLA - Arizona Humane Society

photographer - alexis mancio of weird al photography designer/mua - cody nathaniel johnson model - cassie brooks of kavir models

22 | BON JOUR PARIS - Stacey Blanchet - Fashion Design - Interview 32 | EARTH SOWER - Brande Wilkerson - Styliing - Interview 42 | BELLA VILLA - Cameron Habashian - DCPRO Studios - Photography Elizabeth St John Collection Bio 48 | INVINCIBLE SENSIBLES - Alexis Mancio / Weird Al - Photography Cassie Brooks - Model Interview 56 | SUMMER FLING - Oscar De la Salas - Styling - How-To 62 | FOXXY FACE - Rob Ordonez - Photography - Team Interview 72 | FASHION LEAGUE - GYPSY SPIRIT - Christos Van Nathan - Photography 81 | TRIGGER FINGER - Jennifer Lytie - Photography http://fashionfacesmag.com • http: //facebook.com/FashionFacesmagazine • http://twitter.com/Fashion_Faces


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Diana Schmidtke is a Los Angeles-based freelance stylist who specializes in men’s grooming, style, and hair care. Her clients include A-list Hollywood stars such as George Clooney, Robert Pattinson, Alexander Skarsgard, Orlando Bloom, Viggo Mortensen , Chris and Liam Hemsworth, and Matt Damon just to name a few. Diana attended Pivot Point Beauty School. Upon graduation, worked at Chicago’s Trio Hair Salon where she trained under Phillip Palmeri, a former head colorist at Vidal Sassoon. After her training at Trio, Diana moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in freelance grooming. Diana has since styled clients on film sets and photo shoots, and her work has been featured in Details, Esquire, Men’s Journal, GQ, People, The New York Times, and InStyle. She has appeared on Oprah and the Today Show, featured as the go-to expert for “man-scaping” and “man makeovers.” Diana has also collaborated with top hair care lines such as Paul Mitchell, helping to launch their debut men’s line, MITCH, in 2011. Through her work with Paul Mitchell, she has been given the opportunity to travel the globe teaching and inspiring hairdressers. Diana is the author of Shortcuts to a Successful Career as a Hairstylist or Make-Up Artist for the Fashion and Entertainment Industry, a book offering tips and advice for artists interested in breaking into the business.

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PHOTOGRAPHY | USA

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photographer - jennelle gee of geejers  http://thejennellecaliber.com jewelry designer - freedom.love.beauty http://freedomlovebeauty.com mua/hair - sk harris
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photographer - jennelle gee of geejers  http://thejennellecaliber.com jewelry designer - freedom.love.beauty http://freedomlovebeauty.com mua/hair - sk harris
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TAKE ME HOME | UNITED STATES

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Lola arrived at the Arizona Humane Society as a youngster who was much too little to go up for adoption so she spent a few months growing in a foster home. This 3-month-old tabby cat has many talents. She’s an avid player and will effortlessly hurdle to the top of a cat condo in effort to chase after a feather wand. Inexpensive to buy for, she will play with anything she finds on the floor including wads of paper and milk caps and she struts down the hallway like a runway model with a toy in her mouth. She is also the ultimate cuddler and her thundering purr will melt your stress away after a long day. Perhaps the most beneficial talent of Lola’s is she is a wonderful massage therapist and will softly knead her paws on your back while you lie down on the couch. She is great with other playful, friendly felines, wonderful with a dog who can tolerate her pouncing on their wagging tail and sweet with kids of all ages. If Lola sounds like the purr-fect addition to your family call 602-997-7585 x1045 and ask for animal ID number A442730 or visit the Campus for Compassion located at 1521 West Dobbins Road in Phoenix. Her adoption fee is $75 and includes her spay surgery and vaccines.

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FASHION DESIGN | USA


photographer - carlos teixeira for right artists http://carlosteixeiraphotographer.com photo asst - diogo pereira fashion designer - stacey blanchet of blanchet designs  http://blanchetdesigns.com designer - sacia o couture head wear shoes provided by - allard vegelien of ifs fashion http://in-fashion-shoes.com mua - sophie bouillon hair - kabile murielle of hairstyle mkhairstyle coiffure model: petra kubatova - sport model paris model: laura jullian of muga & dma model management

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STACEY BLANCHET Interview FASHION DESIGNER AT BLANCHET DESIGNS WRITER AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BY ADRIANA OANCEA

Q How do you get your design inspiration and is there something in particular that inspires you? SB I do not get inspired by a specific element, but I love being in fabric stores. That is what inspires me to create. I get all my ideas when I look at fabric that is available and online. Understanding fabric lets you decide what you can do with it. I am a very structured person, so my designs really reflect that. I like making statement pieces and doing something classic with a little bit of an edge. Q Is there a smart way to make money or save money with being a designer? SB The best answer I can give to this question is; know your market. YOU MUST know who you are selling your clothing to and what they will pay for clothing. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t, you will lose a lot of money very quickly.

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Q How does it all work before the clothing gets out for sale and in other words, what is the science behind opening your own clothing line? SB You can either be a custom designer doing designs for the individual when needed or, you can be the designer who goes into production and tries to get your clothing into the stores. It takes lots and lots of money or investors. Investors won’t invest unless you have capital and you can’t get capital unless you have sold. It is a hard, hard career to get into. If you decide to go into production you can either use the production houses in the United States or internationally. They are both equally hard and filled with challenges. That is such a loaded question that I tell all designers starting out, if you do not understand how a business works you won’t make it. This is a business first and foremost. You will make a lot of costly mistakes that can bury you. It is hard to know unless you know the individual and their creations. It all comes back to knowing your clients and what market you want to get into. One of the biggest mistakes a young designer makes is getting investors and not realizing that they sold your name along with taking the money. Talk with all types of designers and you will see this mistake plays out all over the place in every country. It doesn’t matter. No investor will invest their money without the name.

Stacey Blanchet is a vivid designer within our industry that so many people follow and admire. We’re honored to have interviewed such an artist, and are excited to keep following her exciting journey. Watch in our September issue for a continuation of this Designer Feature on Stacey Blanchet, and more about her dynamic career.


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photographer - carlos teixeira for right artists http://carlosteixeiraphotographer.com photo asst - diogo pereira fashion designer - stacey blanchet of blanchet designs  http://blanchetdesigns.com designer - sacia o couture head wear shoes provided by - allard vegelien of ifs fashion http://in-fashion-shoes.com mua - sophie bouillon hair - kabile murielle of hairstyle mkhairstyle coiffure model: petra kubatova - sport model paris model: laura jullian of muga & dma model management

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STYLING | USA

Brande, is a creator and designer of Pret-a-Porté and Couture Wearable Art Creations. From being a vintage curator for 13 years, she also works as an independent stylist and photographer. Her photography session’s theme a vintage and high glamour style; where she utilizes vintage dresses, formal ball gowns, lingerie, custom vintage pieces, and wedding attire. Items featured in her photography are available to the public for purchase. Her works have been publicized in Sammy Davis Vintage, Goodwill Hunting, Ladylux, vintage blogs, and more. When asked about her fashion inspiration Brande stated, “My inspiration comes from my love of vintage fashion, and early 1900’s portraits and artwork. My art reflects these over-the-top and groundbreaking fashion expressions from the 19th and 20th century. I have a long way to go in this industry, and I have so much more to learn. I love sharing my craft, talents, and art with family and friends; I always treasure their comments and support. “ seed sower model - haley young


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river moss & pine blossom model - brande wilkerson


stylist/photog/mua/hair - brande wilkerson wardrobe - victory vintage boutique design http://victoryvintageboutique.weebly.com/index.html makeup line - kyolan/elf cosmetics aqua eye model - paula iglesias


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hydrangea model - andrea linville

river moss model - brande wilkerson

coral field model - heather webb

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waterlift model - brande wilkerson designer/stylist: alina ionescu of alina ionescu design http://vintagestylealina.blogspot.com

temporal model - haley young

empowered model - brande wilkerson


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concept by - stylist/photog/mua/hair - brande wilkerson wardrobe/headdresses - victory vintage boutique design http://victoryvintageboutique.weebly.com/index.html cosmetic lines - kyolan & elf cosmetics http://kryolan.com http://eyeslipsface.com aqua eye model - paula iglesias chandelier model - brande wilkerson coral field model - heather webb empowered model - brande wilkerson hydrangea model - andrea linville  pine blossom model - brande wilkerson river moss model - brande wilkerson seed sower model - haley young temporal model - haley young waterlift model - brande wilkerson - designer/stylist: alina ionescu of alina ionescu design http://www.etsy.com/shop/radusport

chandelier model - brande wilkerson


PHOTOGRAPHY | USA

REFINED, GLAMOROUS & GREEN About Elizabeth St John & Her collections VISION “There’s a perception that eco-friendly generally meant fashion that was made from leftovers, so I set out to create a collection that first would be beautiful, and feminine with a clean and modern aesthetic, for a woman that wanted to feel as though they were wearing a dress fit for a movie star. My gowns would not only be stylish and chic, but they would also be produced in an environmentally responsible and conscientious way. From this vision Eco- Couture was born.” “With my Spring-Summer 2013 Collections I wanted to capture the ‘modern goddess’. Structured yet soft, Modern CONTEMPORARY, yet timeless.”

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BEGINNINGS Elizabeth began designing as a child creating dresses for her dolls from her motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fabric scraps - and unknowingly set the foundation for her recycled and eco-focused approach to designing...In February 2010, Elizabeth launched the Elizabeth St John label with her first bridal collection at the French Embassy Couture show for DC Fashion week. She has subsequently added destination bridal, social, and most recently, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wear to the collection. http://fashion-faces.com | AUG 2013 45


photographer - cameron habashian of dcprostudio-photography http://dcprostudio.com designer - elizabeth st john http://elizabethstjohn.com stylist - ginger carlin of booshie design http://booshiedesign.carbonmade.com hair/mua - rachel dalton of nefertari beauty http://nefertaribeauty.com cosmetic line - make up for ever http://makeupforever.com models - mary earley, rachel greiner, & marina romanova http://marinaromanova.com location - bella villa antiques shop http://bellavillashop.shutterfly.com

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CONCEPT & EVOLUTION â&#x20AC;&#x153;From the very beginning, I have always made it a point to source sustainable or ethically produced fabrics, keep manufacturing in the US; re-use, recycle and limit waste where ever possible.â&#x20AC;?Going Forward & Eco Strategy...Zero Emissions for production, resource conservation by recycling and in design by using 100% recycled fabrics Additionally, proceeds will be donated in a variety of areas to better our community.


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PHOTOGRAPHY | USA

CASSIE BROOKS - Model Interview FF All of your local Phoenix fans have been watching your career closely. Lately we have heard some great news that you are now signed with ENVY models in LA, Vegas, and NYC! It seems so many wonderful things are happening for you. Fashion Faces, as well as your fans would like to know more about you. We would love to ask you some questions to learn more. You arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just naturally good at it, it takes time to perfect.


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FF What is it that you like about modeling? CB At first I wasn’t sure about it because it was out of my comfort zone. I’m a very modest, shy girl. The first actual time I felt something for Modeling was the first time I stepped on to the runway. It’s such an adrenaline rush and a great feeling. That’s when I truly fell in love with Modeling. As time went on I realized that Modeling was a way to express myself. I think of it as an art. You aren’t just naturally good at it, it takes time to perfect. FF Tell us a little about your story. How did you get started? How did you get where you are today? CB Well, I got started through Phoenix Fashion Week. They trained me how to walk the runway and set up photo shoots to get me used to being in front of the camera. I got to where I’m at today by dedicating myself to this passion of mine and along the way I met so many people that have helped me get to where I am at. I never could’ve gotten here without the support of my family and friends.

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FF What is some advice you would want to give to models that are just starting out? CB To all the models starting out... If you really want this, it’s going to be a very long journey. It will take dedication and hard work. I practiced my runway walk for at least 4 days a week and did trade work for years just to build my portfolio. Don’t expect it to come easy. All your hard work will pay off in the end... FF Tell us about a show or shoot that you were involved in that really stands out. CB The one fashion show that was the most painful but most intriguing would have to be the Furne One show in Scottsdale, AZ in 2011. It was just amazing to wear such an odd, beautiful gown. Then I found out it was the same dress that Katy Perry wore it in her “Wide Awake” video! Crazy, right?! FF What haven’t you done yet that you would love to do? CB I have always wanted to do a photo shoot with a huge snake! I know it’s not that crazy but I’m a huge snake lover. FF Thank you Cassie for taking the time to speak with us today. We are your biggest fan and we look forward to watching you and your adventures.

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photographer - alexis mancio of weird al photography designer/mua - cody nathaniel johnson http://itsc0c0.tumblr.com model - cassie brooks of kavir models http://kavirmodels.com/

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STYLING | USA

Summer is here. It is the best opportunity to wear light, soft materials; and the best opportunity to create a new persona. It is true that layers are for other seasons, but if you pick the right materials such as linen and light cottons, you will be able to wear them and create new looks. (Unless; you live in a city where it does not cool at night). Now, be daring! Wear jackets with a tanktop underneath, or perhaps nothing on. Simply let your tanned skin touch the jacket and feel sexy! The presence of prints with large geometric shapes are a plus. They have the ability to create a high contrast that will define your body proportions; so do not be afraid of mixing within the same color hue (always). Plus, you may have the effortless excuse to drop a color in to the mix to break the monotony. We picked a bright red on this ensemble. So, if you want to follow the example, use more than one element of clothing within the same color (sunglasses, shoes, a bracelet or a clasp). Your looks will shine!

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photography - simao salvador mua/hair - geo melo model - garret ball creative director/stylist/writeup - oscar de las salas http://oscardelassalas.com


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Do not forget that hats in all shape and sizes (except those that have fur or full heavy tweed â&#x20AC;&#x201C; those are for the cold days ahead) are a must to cover your face from the excessive sun. Plus, always wear sun block, in addition to a nice lotion for moisturizing that sun-bathed skin. Bold colors are back. So, a pair of pants mixed with dark tones on jackets allow you to create space a time for that summer flower print. Perhaps a paisley print, or a geometric print to create a separation between torso and legs. Just look for a contrasting color for your belt. Oh, and if the belt has a geometric printâ&#x20AC;ŚBingo! (You did right!)


Beach wear requires very light materials, as the sand gets everywhere and the sweat and body lotion makes your slimy; So opt for a see-through material, or a material that is light. In this case “mesh” is the solution, the neon color is present on body and accessory, gives that look, and that much needed “spike” to feel good and call the attention of the beach babes.

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PHOTOGRAPHY | USA

FOXXY FACE TEAM Interview We are proud to introduce the Foxxy Face Team: Designer - Geary Marcello, Hair & MUA - Wade Lee, and Photographer - Rob Ordonez. FFM What inspired the concept of your Fashion-Faces photo shoot for our magazine?
 FFT We focused on the girly girl aspect while incorporating the extremities of how bigger than life New York really is. Wanting people to feel the over the top energy New York has.


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FFM What was your experience like collaborating with the team? FFT AMAZING! We love how everybody took the concept and translated as they interpreted it. Each adding their own little twist to create more life to the concept and collaboration. FFM Where did the shoot take place? FFT Two NYC famous landmarks, the Main Post Office and The Brooklyn Bridge, also some along the way on the street. FFM What fashion trends did you incorporate into the shoot? FFT Always elegant and glamorous, electric, bright colors, sexy and edgy, yet club-looking. FFM What beauty products did you use to create the looks? WL M.A.C. and Ben Ney Pigments. FFM Who in the Industry inspires you? GM Legendary designers, Ret Turner, Ray Aghayan and Bob Mackie... I grew up watching their designs. RO Photographer, Mike Ruiz, his photography is so fabulous and colorful. WL Make up artist, James Vincent, because of his diversity in the industry.

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FFM What advice can you give to an up and coming artist interested in getting in the industry? FFT Go to school and get your degree, do internships and collaborate. Don’t ever question how good you are,you are as good as you allow yourself to be. FFM What makes your work stand out from the rest? FFT Having a good team you can make magic! Stay true to yourself and you will succeed,follow your heart and gut! FFM Where do you see yourself in five years? FFT We can’t predict the future as no matter how much planning you do you end up someplace else. Just follow where the road leads you. FFM Tell us something no body knows about you? RO Sometimes I can’t control my urges. WL: As confident as I portray myself,some nights I lay awake paralyzed by the thought of falling.


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designer - geary marcello, hair/mua - wade lee, photographer - rob ordonez

photographer - rob ordonez http://robertordonez.yolasite.com designer - geary marcello http://marcellogeary.yolasite.com hair/mua - wade lee http://youtube.com/user/thehouseofwadelee models - danielle, josefine, may, angie, and geary.

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PHOTOGRAPHY | USA


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Photographer - Christos Van Nathan of Christos Van Nathan Photography http://christosvannathan.com Creative Director - Niccolus Johnson Hair - Talisha Huddleston of Blooming Curls MUA - Aisha Daly for M.A.C. Cosmetics http://maccosmetics.com Stylist - Sherene Johnson Models - of Advantage Talent Agency: Niccolus Johnson, Autumn Turpin, Alee Squires, Meg Reinsch, Sam Studer http://advantagetalentagency.com


PHOTOGRAPHY | USA

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photography - jennifer lytie of jennifer lytie photography http://jenniferlytiephotography.com production concept - colour law lighting assts - jason engebos & b.j. fleming gear backdrop - ottoz kustomz antique props provided by - tim botdorf gun created by - azari location provided by - joel portmann and danelle mortenson


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hair (jasmine) - steffan tricoci of linea hair salon and day spa http://sjtcreations.blogspot.com hair (rachael) - renee romito hair (jamie & angelica) - candi fuller robbins mua (rachael & jamie) - khadija parham of d’vine beauty http://dvinebeautymakeovers.com mua (angelica) - nola kahn assisted by alissa kristine http://nolakahn.com mua (jasmine) - ottoz kustomz fashion design (jasmine) - moda muñeca by chelsea stotts http://modamuneca.weebly.com fashion design (rachael) - silversärk http://spookydarling.deviantart.com fashion & jewelry designer (jamie & angelica) rfd by rachel frank http://rfdbyrachelfrank.com


model - rachael robertson http://mzrachael.blogspot.com model/agency - angelica georgiles of intrigue talent http://intriguetalent.com model - jamie klika of belle agency  http://belletalent.com model - jasmine quintana http://jasminequintana.com

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From SEA SPIRIT, pg 106-115 photographer - nacho martinez http://nachomartinezphotoart.com

90 | Modeling - DIARY - Angelle Kong - Netherlands 99

| Photography - AFRICAN SUMMER / WHITE DREAMS - Heike Suhre - Netherlands

106 | Photography - SEA SPIRIT - Nacho Martinez - Spain 116 | Style Guru - CODES, SIGNS, & SIGNALS - Chris Garland - United Kingdom 118 | Modeling - NEW FACE MODEL - Jonas Morgen - Germany 124 | Modeling - BLACK & WHITE STREETS - Danubia Sousa - United Kingdom

model - andrea t of 5th models http://5thmodels.com stylist - sonia herrada http://sonisroom.blogspot.com.es mua - sandra morte


MODELING | NETHERLANDS

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photographer - michel mulder http://michelmulderfotografie.nl hair/mua - roxi podrono http://stravagantepr.com/ & cynthia lacle http://cynthialacle.com stylist - may keizer http://maystyling.com models - melissa houben http://melissahouben.nl  models - angelle chang of max models http://angellechang.nl fashion designers - she guang hu http://hufashion.com fashion line - spijkers & spijkers http://spijkersenspijkers.com fashion designer - monique collignon http://moniquecollignon.com fashion line - steve madden http://stevemadden.com/ fashion designer - simone perele http://simoneperele.com fashion designer - rodrigo otazu http://rodrigonewyork.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY | NETHERLANDS

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photography - heike suhre http://hsfotografie.com designer - monique désar http://desardesign.nl mua/hair - nanette montizaan http://nanettemontizaan.nl model - lish jecinta http://modelgids.nl

Fashion designer, Monique Désar’s life motto is: Dream, Dare, Do! Photographer, Heike Suhre, makes dreams come true with her photography & photo editing. The perfect combination, enter our world…

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photography - heike suhre http://hsfotografie.com designer - monique dĂŠsar http://desardesign.nl mua/hair - nanette montizaan http://nanettemontizaan.nl model - lish jecinta http://modelgids.nl

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PHOTOGRAPHY | SPAIN


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photographer - nacho martinez http://nachomartinezphotoart.com model - andrea t of 5th models http://5thmodels.com stylist - sonia herrada http://sonisroom.blogspot.com.es mua - sandra morte

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In the 60s/70s/ 80s & indeed 90s, ‘Street Style’ ruled, drove, innovated and inspired! Everything that was cool arty and happening, would filter up from the streets & clubs, from deep down in the cool arty underground subculture, where tomorrow happens yesterday! And the future of fashion, art, design, and certainly music, was being created and invented! What happened deep down below! Would eventually filter through in a stylized and deodorized form, castrated and denuded of its ‘edge’ and become mainstream fashion! Although, for the hip young gunslingers and movers and shakers who invented it, by the time it went above the radar, and became ‘fashion’ it was over! At the beginning of the 80s the most important and influential style magazine that ever existed, hit the streets! This was THE FACE! Not only was this a revolution in style and coolness, but equally a revolution in art, design, and ‘attitude’! With Neville Brody’s brilliant and inspired take on Futurist Graphic/Design, and Ray Petri’s genius for styling, making every other magazine in the world looking tired and dated! Neville & Ray’s style was, of course copied and plagiarized to death, and indeed still is! Equally THE FACE, always had great writers and articles, lambasting mediocrity, pushing the fresh innovative and cool, and turning writing into intelligent, edgy ‘Pop-Cultural-Philosophy’!

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Attitude’ of course was everything then! The key ‘buzz word’ that either had you ‘on the guest list of style’ or, outside, not invited to the party! The club scene (where looks, attitude & style were born) also reflected this! Indeed in the really ‘cool hip & happening’ clubs of London or NYC (and by the way Studio 54 was never considered cool!). You got in (or not) on the strength of ‘your look/ attitude’! The criteria was how ‘cool and arty’ you were, not how famous! Indeed 99% of today’s celebs, faces and ‘fashionistas’ indeed practically all those who inhabit the current fashion and music industry would not have made it through the door! So what does this say about the current state of the fashion industry? Well it says that the ‘Street Style Subculture’ (which certainly still exists) is entirely ignored by the fashion industry and most of the media! And that innovative graphic/layout art directors like Neville Brody! And brilliant innovative and inspired stylists like the late great ‘Ray Petri’ are either not there! Or (and more accurately) the real ‘Hip Young Gunslingers Of Style’, are not being hired, because they are too threatening and don’t ‘fit in’!


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click to play trax / buy on i-Tunes Rather than reading the real â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Codes Signs & Signalsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! The fashion industry, media, and indeed the whole music and entertainment industry, wallows in a marketing/ branding induced mediocrity! A loud shiny flashy artless and vulgar, uniformity of choice, and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;aggressive normalityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! Where all is (and must be) â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;applied from aboveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; as a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;campaign, marketing strategy or â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;trendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! Where â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;professionalismâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; has become the enemy of ideas! And the genuinely cool arty and innovative stuff, that exists down below â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;in the street subcultureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! Must not be allowed to surface up, because it is far too troublesome and anarchic, and cannot be branded or commodified! Therefore the very thing that could save and re-invent the fashion industry (and music industry) is already dead on arrival! An excellent new exhibition at Londonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s V&A â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;From Club To Catwalkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; focuses on the 80s! And shows how good it can be, when talent and ideas, rather than marketing lead! Chris Garland, London http://puremindclothing.com

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model/agency - jonas morgen http://fischermen-models.de photographer - iris huber http://ansichtsweise.de makeup artist - nina nicolaus
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photographer - giacomo cannata â&#x20AC;¨mua/hair - sheila for mac cosmetics http://maccosmetics.com fashion line -Â h&m http://hm.com model - danubia sousa http://danubiasousa.com


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ISSUE 19 COVERGIRL - CASSIE BROOKS Calling all Pros, At Fashion Faces, our goal is to bring our readers the works and art of the rising...

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