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EDITORIALS [ 013-020 ] | Light me up By: Harmen Piekema [ 021-028 ] | Futuristic Atmosphere By: Wouter van Straten [ 029-042 ] | Motion Machine By: Salvador Pozo [ 045-050 ] | The energy of elements By: Mike van der Ent [ 051-060 ] | Submission Transmission By: Joke Schaper [ 073-088 ] | Lights of the city By: Orlando Haak [ 091-098 ] | White Energy By: Karen Scheffers [ 099-108 ] | Let love be your energy By: Joke Schaper [ 129-142 ] | All we ever wanted was everything By: Cecile Harris [ 153-162 ] | Recycle By: David Martinez [ 163-172 ] | Papillon By: Kim Buckard [ 173-182 ] | Flaunt it By: Luana Calabro [ 185-196 ] | Looking for a sunshine By: Raul Sugiet


[ 197-206 ] | Building my way By: Raul Tejero [ 207-212 ] | Modern Love By: Liselotte Vollebregt [ 215-216 ] | Et dieu crea la femme By: Jörgen Houtsma [ 221-236 ] | Beach blvd By: Michael Stonis [ 237-244 ] | Funky Doll By: Richard Monsieurs [ 245-252 ] | 70’s Beauty By: Wouter van Straten [ 253-264 ] | Spring Rulz By: Mireia Grau [ 269-280 ] | Nudes, Fur and Pearls By: Joke Schaper [ 291-296 ] | FART motor By: Ad Kievit INTERVIEWS [ 063-072 ] | Interview Luana Calabro [ 115-116 ] | Interview Luca FART [ 009-012 ] | Theme introduction [ 109-112 ] | Introduction Comfortzone [ 265-266 ] | Submission [ 267-268 ] | Upcoming themes [ 297-300 ] | Moodboard; On the contrary


energy


photo by Jantina Talsma & Hindrik Tolsma


ENERGY

Content

Light me up By: Harmen Piekema Futuristic Atmosphere By: Wouter van Straten Motion Machine By: Salvador Pozo The energy of elements By: Mike van der Ent Submission Transmission By: Joke Schaper Lights of the city By: Orlando Haak White Energy By: Karen Scheffers Let love be your energy By: Joke Schaper


Tiaras by Francois NoĂŤl Necklace by Emily K


Dress by Leonie Smelt Necklace by JĂŠh Jewels

LIGHT ME UP

Photography: Harmen Piekema Model: Michelle @ EGO models MUA: Saskia Wagenvoort Styling: Irit Yosef www.irityosef.com


Top by Lipsy Lace skirt by Francois NoĂŤl Earrings by Soho hearts Shoes by End


Blouse by Betty Barclay Shorts by Celyn B. Necklace by TOV Essentials


Dress by Sigi PerrĂŠe Shoes by Celyn B. Ring and bracelet by Ck Jewellery


Jacket by Konsanszky Body by Wolford Gloves by Philomijn


Body by Elisabetta Franchi Shorts by Supertrash Leggings by American Apparel Hat by United Nude Bracelet by TOV Essentials Ring by Ck Jewellery Shoes by Jelske Peterson


Dress by Dorhout Mees Tank slipdress by Yarn Unit Earrings by Dyrberg/Kern


FUTURISTIC ATMOSPHERE

An aura of mystery surrounded her Photography: Wouter van Straten Stylists: Yannick Kranstauber & Floor Gijsbertse (House of MODE) MUA: Charlotte van Beusekom Model: Laela Vastrick


Pants - H&M Bustier - H&M Trend Bracelet - River Island Vintage Ring (stylist’s own) Top - Vero Moda


Body - H&M Trend Top with Leatherlook - H&M Divided Vintage Glasses


Body - H&M Trend Leggings - H&M Plateau Sandals - Sonia Rykiel pour H&M Studded Bracelet - River Island Top with Leatherlook - H&M Divided Vintage Glasses


Dress - H&M Trend Body Chain - River Island


Bustier - H&M Divided Vintage Glasses Vintage Necklace


Faux-leather Top - H&M Belt - River Island Skirt - H&M Trend Vintage Gloves


Motion Machine

Photographer - Salvador Pozo Assistent photographer - Peter Versnel Stylists - Romano Smit & Betina Araceli Girardi Grooming & make up - Rashida Samseer Model - Eth van Thijs @ Tony Jones Model Management


Shirt - Van Gils Vest - WE Pants - Waterloo Plein Shoes - Florentini + Baker Bowtie / Belt - H&M Hat - photographer始s


Parka / vest - G-star Scarf - H&M Shoes - Replay


Suit: Umberto Tan


Shirt - G-star Vest - SPS Jeans - H&M Shoes -Moma Gloves - Diesel Bowler & Glasses - stylist始s own


Bowtie/Belt - H&M Jacket - Van Gils Vest - Van Gils Shirt - Henk Koers Pants - Henk Koers Shoes - Florentini + Baker


the energy of elements photography Mike van der Ent @ pasarella.nl make-up & hair Adriana van der Ent @mysteriousmind.nl models : Claudia, Eveline, Loes, Murriel


[AIR]


[EARTH]


[FIRE]


[WATER]


Top by American Apparrel Haremtrousers by Niki Mens Textile heart necklace by Ela Bauer Shoes by Atelier do Sapato


Submission Transmission Photography: Joke Schaper Model: Dominique MUA: Iris Hoeben Styling: Irit Yosef www.irityosef.com. Location: www.hetdomijn.nl


Textile heart necklace by Ela Bauer


Top by Studio Ruig Skirt by Irene Heldens Bracelet by Part Two Panty’s models own Shoes by River Island


Jumpsuit by Barbara van der Zanden Belt by Sigi PerrĂŠe Earring by Sio Shoes by Atelier do Sapato


Circle top by Femke Agema Pencil necklace by Iris Tsante Leather shorts by Roparosa Panty’s models own Shoes by River Island


Jumpsuit by Barbara van der Zanden Belt by Sigi PerrĂŠe Earring by Sio Shoes by Atelier do Sapato


SALES INFORMATION: American Apparel, www.americanapparel.net Atelier do Sapato, www.atelierdosapato.com Barbara van der Zanden, www.barbaravanderzanden.me, lizzy@festinalentefashion.com Ela Bauer via Galerie Ra, www.galerie-ra.nl Femke Agema, www.femkeagema.nl, lizzy@festinalentefashion.com Iris Tsante via Galerie Ra, www.galerie-ra.nl Irene Heldens, www.ireneheldens.com, lizzy@festinalentefashion.com Part Two, www.parttwo.com River Island, www.riverisland.com Roparosa, www.roparosa.com, lizzy@festinalentefashion.com Sigi PerrĂŠe, www.sigiperree.com Sio,www.bysio.nl, lizzy@festinalentefashion.com Niki Mens, www.nikimens.com Studio Ruig via Soepboer & Stooker, www.soepboerstooker.nl With special thanks to the location Het Domijn.


INTERVIEW //NAME: LUANA CALABRO //CAMEREA: CANON EOS 5D //COUNRTY/CITY: ITALY/MILANO


stylist: ALICE GAZZANIGA & IRENE ROMORINI makeup & hairstyle: ORIANA CURTI model: ANDREA Elite model Milan


WHEN AND WHY DID YOU START WITH PHOTOGRAPHY? I started photography when I was studying at the school of arts and it was love at first sight. I never missed a single practical class of printing and development. It was then that I realized that I felt comfortable behind my camera and that I liked experimenting far more than studying theory. DO YOU HAVE MANY PHOTOGRAPHY JOBS, OR DO YOU HAVE MORE FREE WORK? I do work for customers but in general I prefer free work, that’s what really I like and while doing that I can follow my passion for hundred percent. WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO MOST? The kind of photography I like most and that really represents my personality is fashion photography. This puts my two great passions together. I like to tell stories and the characters always have the look that perfectly fits the atmosphere I am looking for. DO YOU SHOOT DIGITAL OR ANALOG? I don’t shoot analog anymore, I left it long ago for digital photography: it is more practical, less expensive and meets my desire of technological innovation. Nevertheless I really believe that a great photographer is one who gets the perfect picture with a single shot. WHAT DO YOU PREFER, SHOOTING IN A STUDIO OR OUTSIDE? I definitely prefer shooting outside: the location and the natural light stimulates my creativity and matches more closely with my personal style. My goal, in fact, is to create a situation that is as close to reality as possible. DO YOU DO A LOT OF EDITING ON YOUR PHOTO’S? I edit my pictures myself. I like to play with colors and hues but I rarely modify the physical aspect of the models. When I shoot I create a feeling with my models and modifying their appearance would mean changing the meaning of the photo I took. WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION FROM? I browse through tons of magazines every day and I visit my favorites photographer’s websites. Even a simple commercial may give me inspiration. WHEN ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH A PICTURE, AND WHEN ARE YOU NOT SATISFIED? I’m satisfied with a photograph when looking at it after a while still gives me the idea and feeling I had in mind when I took it. This means that when one of my pictures looks empty I’m not satisfied with my work. WHAT IS YOUR BEST PICTURE IN YOUR OPINION? I do not have a single favorite picture. There are shootings I especially care for, for different reasons. For example I really love the shooting I did in Rio de Janeiro: the atmosphere, the warmth and the place were especially moving. Of course organizing a shooting abroad is more complicated than doing it here in Italy.


WHAT MAKES A PICTURE GOOD IN YOUR OPINION? I can’t tell when a photograph is a good one, it is too subjective. For me it is a matter of harmony, the presence of an underlying theme and perfect fit of different aspects. Everything must merge together, and that’s why I think it’s crucial to work with a team that shares a common vision with me. WHAT DO YOU DISLIKE ABOUT THE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHY? What I dislike of the world of photography are those that are not moved by a genuine passion, those who are always showing off and try to be everywhere just to be seen. Personally, when I’m shooting, I don’t like those in the team who tell me how to take a picture. I never interfere with decisions that out of my competence and I just want the others to do the same with me. DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER? I see myself as a photographer always trying to do what she likes. Compared with other photographers I do not feel good or better, I am only satisfied of the results I have obtained and I think that the way to go is still long. I’m always asking myself how to grow and get better, and not only with respect to the final result, but also in the way a manage a project from the idea, to the shooting and to the finally to the editing. WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK WITH IN THE FUTURE? I’d like to work fulltime for Italian and international fashion magazines. I’d like to have the chance to show my skills, but this is much easier when you have a budget for shooting. WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES? My strength and weakness at the same time is that I never feel completely satisfied with my work. Feeling fully satisfied would mean having no urge for improvement. On the other hand feeling unsatisfied sometimes makes me loose objectiveness. DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE TAKING PICTURES FOREVER? I don’t know, forever is a strong word. I don’t know what the future will bring to me, but for sure I won’t quit without fighting for it. HOW SHOULD THE PERFECT MODEL LOOK LIKE? The perfect model must be capable of entering into the story and interpreting the role with an expression and with the movement of her body.


stylist: DANIELA VENTRELLA makeup & hairstyle: RAFAEL SENNA model: GLENDA 40graus model Rio De Janeiro


stylist: ROSSELLA CULOSI makeup & hair style: SARA DEL RE model: IRYNA & ISABEAU @FASHION MILANO


stylist: ALICE GAZZANIGA & IRENE ROMORINI makeup & hairstyle: FABIO POMPOZZI model: VIRGINIA & SIMONA WhyNot Milan


stylist: HyeJin Lim makeup & hairstyle: ORIANA CURTI model: ANNA Fashion Milan


LIGHTSOFTHECITY AND THE PEOPLE WHO ENJOY IT! Photographer: Orlando Haak Models: Harmen Piekema, Ferry Oosterveld, Jeremy Struik, Nathan Wattimena en Orlando Haak.


white energy Photographer: Karen Scheffers, www.karenscheffers.com MUA: Eva scheffers, www.evascheffers.com Styling: Odair Pereira Model: Marianne


let love be your energy

Photographer: Joke Schaper Model: Michelle @ EGO’S models and Harmen Piekema MUA: Joke Schaper


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COMFORZONE


Content ALL WE EVER WANTED WAS EVERYTHING BY: CECILE HARRIS RECYCLE BY: DAVID MARTINEZ PAPILLON BY: KIM BUCKARD FLAUNT IT BY: LUANA CALABRO LOOKING FOR A SUNSHINE BY: RAUL SUGIET BUILDING MY WAY BY: RAUL TEJERO MODERN LOVE BY: LISELOTTE VOLLEBREGT ET DIEU CREA LA FEMME BY: JÖRGEN HOUTSMA BEACH BLVD BY: MICHAEL STONIS FUNKY DOLL BY: RICHARD MONSIEURS 70’S BEAUTY BY: WOUTER VAN STRATEN SPRING RULZ BY: MIREIA GRAU NUDES, FUR AND PEARLS BY: JOKE SCHAPER FART MOTOR BY: AD KIEVIT


COMFORT ZONE The “comfort zone” is a new initiative of FART. We will continue to cover different topics, but we also want to make sure people that find it hard to stay within one topic will have an opportunity to contribute to FART. At all times we want to be accessible to as many creative minds as possible. That is why we decided to have two divisions in the magazine. The first half will cover all the interpretations of the set topic of our creative minds. The second half, “the comfort zone” will be a platform for any other great contribution. To keep up the quality, and also to give enough space to the thematic part, there will be a limit to those contributions though. There is no concrete numbers set for this; we just feel that the proportion needs to be kept. If we have ten series covering the theme part, we will for example include six in the comfort zone. Again all contributions, topic or “comfort zone” related can be sent to info@fartmagazine.nl. In most cases we will react to it within 24 hours, and tell you if it is suitable for the magazine or not. If we don’t find it matching we will offer a detailed explanation for it. In any case we will handle all sent material respectful and with care. On the website you can find all the contribution regulations. Hopefully we can find your contribution in our mailbox soon!


INTERVIEW //NAME: LUCA PATRONE //COUNRTY/CITY: ITALY/MILANO //WEBSITE: www.luca.patrone.name


WHEN AND WHY DID YOU START WITH PHOTOGRAPHY? I started as a professional photographer seven years ago. DO YOU HAVE MANY JOBS, OR DO YOU WORK MORE FOR YOURSELF? It depends on the period of the year. From March until July I have no time for conducting test shoots. I usually leave the entire month of August free for developing my portfolio. All other months it is about 70% work, and 30% personal research into the craft. WHAT DO YOU LIKE DOING THE MOST? Fashion campaigns where I have the complete assignment: from developing the concept to selecting the final image. WHY DO YOU SHOOT ANALOG? When the client asks for something “old flavor”, or simply more sophisticated images, I shoot in film. DO YOU PREFER SHOOTING IN A STUDIO OR OUTSIDE? Outside. DO YOU DO A LOT OF EDITING ON YOUR IMAGES? Not so much on my own, no. Much editing is outsourced to a postproduction studio. WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION? From life, movies, people, and facts. WHEN ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH A PICTURE, AND WHEN NOT? I am satisfied when the image communicates what I had in my mind shooting it. WHAT IS YOUR BEST PICTURE IN YOUR OPINION? I have no best picture, but one that I like a lot. This one: http://www.flickr. com/photos/lucapatrone/4187310115/ WHAT MAKES A PICTURE GOOD IN YOUR OPINION? All that remains after you looked at it.


WHAT DON’T YOU LIKE ABOUT THE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHY? It happens often that clients want to adapt to the style chosen by the big brands. It is not easy to change someone’s opinion about “commercial photography”. Things are changing already though, and that concept of “commercial photography” is becoming more creative and editorial! DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER? That is a difficult question. If I have to judge from the perspective of clients and brands working with me, then yes. If I have to judge from my personal point of view, I have to improve a lot ;). WITH WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK IN THE FUTURE? I would like to work with big brands like Cavalli or Armani, and shoot editorials for Marie Claire, that I shot just one time. WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES? I am really creative and have skills in accomplishing the right mood. Most of all I am enthusiastic about my work. I will have to improve my entrepreneurial side, because I care much more about creating beautiful pictures, instead of paying attention to budget ;). DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE TAKING PICTURES FOREVER? Yes! I am also starting to produce videos. WHAT SHOULD THE PERFECT MODEL LOOK LIKE? The perfect model is not just a model, but also an actress. Of course she has to be all around beautiful and carry the garments well, but most importantly she has to act like an actress, from posing to facial expressions.


ALL WE EVER WANTED WAS EVERYTHING Photography by Cecilie Harris Styling by Margrethe Melin Models: Rakel & Anja from Prestige Models Hair and Make-up by Margrethe Melin Assistants: Camilla Reime Torgersen & Marita Fiskebekk Location & Set Design: Elin Friestad

Rakel wears a coat by Noa Noa.


Anja wears a body by Gina Tricot, shorts by Mango and a necklace by Margit Brandt.


Rakel wears a top by Margit Brandt, hotpants and socks by Lindex. Shoes by Ilse Jacobsen.


Rakel wears a vintage dress.


Rakel wears a top by Malene Birger, skirt by Noa Noa and shoes by Roots.


Anja wears a skirt and shoes by Noa Noa. Top by Tiger of Sweden.


Anja wears a cape by Gestuz, shoes by Roots and Muffe from Vintage.


Rakel wears a coat by Noa Noa and Vintage boots.


Rakel wears a top by Margit Brandt.


Anja wears a top by Noa Noa and a skirt by Gina Tricot.


Rakel wears a top by iiS of Norway, shorts and shoes by Mango.


Anja wears a body by Gina Tricot, shorts by Mango, necklace by Margit Brandt and shoes by Chocas. Rakel wears a top by Margit Brandt, hotpants and socks by Lindex and shoes by Roots.


Colbert: Michael Barnaart van Bergen Blouse: Zara


Bas: Blouse: Zara Gilet: New Look Isri: Skirt: Rinascimento Colbert: Blue Blood


Body: Conny Groenewegen Gilet: Rino & Pelle Skirt: Rinascimento


Shirt: New Look Pants: Blue Blood Shoes: Vans


Suit: Michael Barnaart van Bergen Blouse: Zara


Recycle

Photographer: David Martinez, Assistant photographer: Raul Tejero, Model: Ricard Anguita @ Success Models Stylist: Alegna Merlino, MUA: Ricardo Graรงa, Designers: Karlotalaspalas (www.karlotalaspalas.com) and Gori de Palma (www.goridepalma.com), Camera: Roger Marti (watch the making of at the FART blog)


Coat // Karlotalaspalas Trousers // Gori de Palma Belt // Karlotalaspalas


Coat // Karlotalaspalas Trousers // Karlotalaspalas Belt // Karlotalaspalas


Coat // Karlotalaspalas Panties // American Apparel


Trousers // Gori de Palma T-Shirt // Karlotalaspalas


Trousers // Gori de Palma T-Shirt // Karlotalaspalas


Jacket // Karlotalaspalas Trousers // Karlotalaspalas


Vest // Karlotalaspalas Trousers // Karlotalaspalas


Papillon

Photography Kim Buckard Styling Seyianne MUA JoĂŤlle Romita @ Colourfool Agency Model Cheyenne @ Only MM

White an pink dress - Seyianne


Dress - Seyianne Bracelets - NewLook Shoes - Stylist Own


White an pink dress - Seyianne


Babypink bodysuit - Seyianne Shoes - Stylist Own


Pink cocktail dress - Seyianne Detailed green jacket - Seyianne Shoes - stylist own


Pink top - Seyianne


Babyblue dress with print - Seyianne Hair accessory - H&M Bracelets - NewLook Shoes - Stylist own


Pink top - Seyianne White skirt - Seyianne Clutch with roses - NewLook


JULI pleated skirt and shirt MAURO GRIFONI shoes TOP SHOP necklace ARMOR JEWELRY earring SHARRA PAGANO ICARO total look MAURO GRIFONI


FLAUNT IT Photography: LUANA CALABRO Stylist: ANNA CADEDDU MUA: ELISA RAMPI Models: JULI ROVARIS & ICARO PONTES


JULI dress VIVIENNE WESTWOOD culotte MENTINE shoes VIVIENNE WESTWOOD vintage ICARO jacket, shirt and shoes BIKKEMBERGS jeans MAURO GRIFONI


JULI dress and pochette MAURO GRIFONI necklace ARMOR JEWELRY hairband BORSALINO shoes ZARA ICARO total look MAURO GRIFONI


JULI overall MAURO GRIFONI shoes ZARA hat BORSALINO ICARO shirt BIKKEMBERGS jeans and shoes MAURO GRIFONI


JULI dress MAURO GRIFONI culotte MENTINE shoes ZARA hairband BORSALINO ICARO total look MAURO GRIFONI


jacket and shirt BIKKEMBERGS


JULI dress VIVIENNE WESTWOOD shoes ZARA ICARO shirt and gilet BIKKEMBERGS jeans and shoes MAURO GRIFONI


JULI dress VIVIENNE WESTWOOD bracelets and earring SHARRA PAGANO ICARO total look MAURO GRIFONI


LOOKING FOR A SUNSHINE Photographer: Raul Sugiet (www.raulsugiet.es) Stylist: Rebecca (www.pleasurements.com) Make up artist: Joelle Romita (www.colourfoolagency.com) Model: Rosan from De Boekers Clothes: Pleasurements brand

Nightdress â‚Ź169,-


Boudoir Bra €79,Boudoir knicker €99,-


Long robe €179,Tunic €149,-


Bedjacket €99,Knicker €49,-


Mask €199,Short Bedjacket €50,-


Teddy €199,-


BUILDING MY WAY Model: Irina Soldevila @La Agencia Stylist: Amra Smaili MUA: Alizia Moreno Photo Assistant: David Martínez Camera & Editor: Roger Martí Photography: Raul Tejero


Sequined cardigan by SCEE TWIN-SET Printed silk trousers FRIIS COMPANY Body by YAMAMAY Platform sandals by CASADEI Necklaces of skulls by ELONOR by Casanovas.


Jacket, bikini and gloves from PIANURA-STUDIO Shoes from CASADEI Belt by stylist.


Silk dress with rhinestones by LERA FASHION


Strapless print dress Jacket TRAFFIC PEOPLE


Sequined cardigan by SCEE TWIN-SET Printed silk trousers FRIIS COMPANY Body by YAMAMAY Necklaces of skulls by ELONOR by Casanovas


Satin dress with rhinestones by LERA FASHION


Cardigan with rhinestones TARA JARMÓN Strapless silk dress by Tara Jarmón UTARQÜE handbag Accessories by stylist CASADEI platform sandals


Dress with sequin PIANURA-STUDIO, Blazer with shoulder pads FRIIS COMPANY


Dress H&M Shoes River Island

Shirt Tie Pants Belt Socks Shoes

American Apparel Vintage H&M H&M American Apparel H&M


Top | Mango Hotpants | H&M Bracelets | H&M

modern love

Photographer: Liselotte Vollebregt Styling: Roos-Marie van der Meij MUA: Anna Edvardsen Models: Stephanie Mulder & Remy Legue


Dress | H&M

Shirt | American Apparel Tie | Vintage


Shirt | H&M Tie | Vintage Pants | H&M Belt | H&M Dress | H&M Ring | Calvin Klein


Shirt | American Apparel Tie | Vintage Pants |H&M Belt |H&M


Dress | H&M Chain | H&M


Black bathing suit from Zigga €27,95 Belt from H&M €19,95 Black Pumps €29,95 Hairpiece €4,95


ET DIEU CREA LA FEMME Model: Anneliese van Buren Mua: Anika Roelink Styling: Letizia Luijs Photo: Jรถrgen Houtsma


Zebra bikini from Beachwave €24,95 Golden ring from Forever21 €5,95 Golden earrings from Forever21 €12,95


Bandeau bikini top from Beachwave €19,95 Black hipster with belt from Beachwave €17,95 Scarf €9,95 Bracelets from H&M €9,95


Bathing suit from Zigga €39,95 Hat Vintage Rayban from Eyewear €119,00


Black semikini from Zigga €27,95 Scarf from H&M €14,95 Necklace from Forever21 €14,95 Bracelets from H&M €4,95


Beach blvd Photographer: Michael Stonis – www.michaelstonis.com Wardrobe Stylist: Sheree Carella Makeup/Hair Stylist: Jose Monzon Model: Carolyn Stotesbery @ Industry Models Photo Assistant: Chris Brown


Jacket & Shorts – VEDA


Dress - Ai for Ai, Underwear - American Apparel, Cuff- Bagstil


Tank - VEDA, Bra - Lepel, Underwear American Apparel, Shoes - Matiko, Cuff - Bagstil


Dress - BTFL People


Vest - Collina Strada, Bra - A.B.S. Intimates, Tights - Stylist’s own, Shoes - Matiko, Ring - Robert Anthony


Ring - Robert Anthony


Vest – VEDA


Shirt - Vintage, Pants - Kristina Dmitrieva, Bag - Collina Strada, Cuff - Bagstil


Leotard, Vest, and Pants - Ai for Ai, Ring - Robert Anthony


Funky Doll Model: Marjolein de Velder Mua: Juliette den Ouden www.visious.nl Styling: Felicity van Dam http://www.felicityvandam.com/ Hairstyling: Sanjay Ramcharan www.sanjayramcharan.com Fotografie: Richard Monsieurs www.richardmonsieurs.nl


BLUE DRESS – H&M RIEM – STYLISTES OWN


PINK DRESS - ALBERTO FABIANI YELLOW PANTY - SIONEZ


GREEN DRESS - ALBERTO FABIANI


YELLOW JACK - YACATAN BAY PINK TOP – JLB PARIS PURPLE LEGGING - SPS


BLUE JACK - LILLIE RUBIN TOP – HISE STEVENS SHORT – H&M


SHORT – H&M TOP – JLB PARIS RIEM – H&M


Pullover Oasis â‚Ź50,-


70’S BEAUTY In an old abandonded warehouse classy 70’s shapes and a warm pallet of colours make the cold setting come alive. This winter is slowly making place for the new Spring beauty.....

Photography: Wouter van Straten Model: Esma Gokay Stylist: Rosy Warmadinata MUA: Joyce van Esch


Skirt Mango €69,95 Pullover Oasis €50,-


Blazer H&M €29,95 Jumpsuit H&M €29,95


Fur coat Zara €79,95 Clutch H&M €9,95


Blouse Warehouse €60,Skirt H&M €19,95


Blouse Warehouse €60,Short Bershka €25,95 Clutch Warehouse €33,-


Dress: Vintage Leather jacket: Cuirture Cotton tights: Vintage Belt: Bimba & Lola Bracelet: Twin Set


SPRING RULZ

Model: Alba Galocha @UNO MODELS Make-up and hair: Alizia Moreno Stylist: Anna Castan & Marco Garcia Photo Assistant: Dardo Photography Photography: Mireia Grau www.mireiagrau.com


Skirt & leather jacket: H&M Top braided: Vintage Ethnic necklace and bracelet: Le Swing


Trousers: Topshop Blouse buttoned: COS Hat: Vintage Socks: Calzedonia Heels: H & M Resin Bracelet: Le Swing


Sweater: Hoss Intropia Long Floral Skirt: Vintage Braided belts: Hakei Cotton Scarf: Nice things Sandals: Le swing


Jean Dress: Mango Scarf: Tie dye Uterq端e Leather Belt: Stylist own Leather bag : vintage


Buttonet blouses: Top Shop Suede Leather Jacket: Vintage Jeans Shorts: H&M Socks: Top Shop Wedge Sandals: Casadei


Dear Reader / Viewer: We hope you liked this FART. If you think you’ve got a nice submission for FART yourself read the following carefully. What should you send? Photo Series, artwork, stories and the like that fits within the theme of the upcoming magazine. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Photographer: • High resolution images • Minimum Image Dimensions: 1024x768 Landscape, Portrait 768x512 pixels • File Type:. Jpg • Filename: Naam_Nummer.jpg • The images must be in the proper order for publication. • Minimum of 4 images • Photo series title, with possibly a short introductory story. • Team credits (artists, models, stylists, etc.) (word doc.) Writers: • File Type:. Doc • Filename: Naam_ArtikelNaam.doc • Minimum of 150 words • Any matching high-resolution image Artists: • File Type:. Jpg • Filename: Naam_Nummer.jpg • The images must be in the proper order for publication. • High resolution.

How should you send your submission? Send an email with the following information to info@fartmagazine.nl: • Name • E-mail • Website • Location • Product and team credits. (word doc.) Email: info@fartmagazine.nl * IMPORTANT * Submissions won’t be accepted or viewed, when they’ve already been posted on the internet before. (model mayhem, myspace, facebook, etc.) FART magazine cannot guarantee all submissions will be placed. If a submission doesn’t meet the required criteria, it will not be placed in the magazine. Copyright The entire contents of the magazine is protected by copyright and may not be reproduced without written permission from FART. FART cannot be held responsible for misuse of images or advertisements that have been submitted. FART reserves the right to edit, reject, rewrite or reuse submissions.


Fart 15 “On the contrary” Contribution Deadline May 26th 2011. Publication: June 2nd 2011. This FART stands for “the opposites”. Black vs. white, rich vs. poor, countryside vs. city life, beautiful vs. ugly, and so on. Again a diverse theme where you can let your imaginations take you places. FART 16 “Sound of FART” Contribution Deadline July 29th 2011. Publication: August 5th 2011. It might sound a bit rancid, but we are NOT looking for the exact variety of fart sounds. This FART will be catering to sounds and music. It will be a special music edition, filled with interviews of a variety of different musical heroes and bands. We will also feature stories, columns, and picture material of course. Photo series and art inspired by music. Any genre of music is welcome. From Rock and Roll, over Classic, to Jazz… Bring it on!


Do you have a nice idea for a theme?? Send your ideas to info@fartmagazine.nl


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Nudes, Fur and Pearls Photographer: Joke Schaper MUA:Kiranchandra Kroegman Stylist:Letizia Luijs Model: Esma Gokay


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PRESENTING REAL ARTIST & FRESH TALENT Messijas is inmiddels een echte Zwollenaar uit Groningen. Aangestoken door het Bambeats virus maakte hij een half jaar geleden de overstap van detroit house naar de breaks en draait sindsdien enthousiaster dan ooit. Afgelopen maanden een enorme inhaalslag gemaakt met het ontdekken van platen en brengt op Bambeats een frisse kijk op deze muziek. Pushin Wood is als voorproef al te aanschouwen op het Clash festival op 24 april en op Bevrijdingsfestival op 5 mei. Maar onze beste platen bewaren we natuurlijk voor Bambeats. Minimatic staat voor een retro-60s-electro-boogaloo-soul-kitsch op zichzelf staande sound. Muziek vol vintage instrumenten met een modern electronische benadering. Als vaste waarde Zeer kleurrijke producties die garant staan voor een feestelijk vermaak. Check onderstaande link uit om te begrijpenwat wij bedoelen Smoove is de man die we sinds we begonnen zijn al wilden en we zijn dan ook trots dat hij eindelijk komt. Dit is het teken dat Bambeats lekker aan het doorgroeien is. Misschien nog bekend van het Acid Jazz label waar veel hele dikke plaatjes en remixen van oa. deze man op verschenen. Inmiddels platen op het bekende Jalapeno label en zijn eigen label Wass Records bracht de best verkopende nu-jazz van afgelopen jaar uit met Renegades of Jazz. Ook met zanger Turrel bracht hij onlangs hun tweede plaat uit. Deze man staat voor kwaliteit en is een absoluute aanrader, niet te missen!


Bombay Show Pig is an indie/noise trio from The Hague and Amsterdam. Their mix of raw guitars and drums with soulful vocals makes for a new sound within the Dutch Indie scene. They’re often compared to bands like ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’s’ and ‘Death From Above 1979’. After releasing their first EP in 2009 they got a lot of good reviews wich resulted in opening shows for ‘Times New Viking’ and ‘The Black Box Revelation’. Their recently released second EP ‘Baby, It’s A Face’ was produced by Tjeerd Bomhof from the Dutch band ‘Voicst’. There was also a special collaboration on the song ‘Curve Ball’, wich was mixed by Eli Janney from ‘Girls Against Boys’. For more info check: www.myspace.com/bombayshowpig


Photography: I am Kat


FART MOTOR Photographer: Ad Kievit www.wegraceinfo.nl Motor Rider: Martin Koopmans


FART14  

FART14, well over 300 pages, its a fact. The theme this time is energy. Enjoy!

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