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01-08-2013 FART #28

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CONTENT [008 - 015] FOLLOWING TRACKS BY DENNIS MEBROUKI [016 - 025] SUMMER IN THE CITY BY SARAH FOUNTAIN [028 - 037] FASHION CIRCUS BY HENRY SCHULENBURG [038 - 053] MLY & THE FAMILY BY CATH HERMANS [054 - 067] SPLIT SECOND BY MARGA VAN DEN MEYDENBERG [074 - 097] WHISPER OF CALADAN SEAS BY ANATHEMA STUDIO [098 - 113] LATER DAZE BY ORVIS ST. JOHN [114 - 125] THE ROOF IS BURNING BY MARIO LOMAS [126 - 133] AFTERWORK BY JOKE SCHAPER [136 - 143] THE INCREDIBLE BY ILJA MAZAR [144 - 161] RUNAWAY GIRLS BY HEIKO LASCHITZKI [166 - 173] THE CAP BY SARAH DULAY [174 - 183] WESTERN SWING MARTYNA GUMULA [184 - 205] BEYOND BOUNDARIES BY JULIAN PAUL UMBACH [206 - 215] FIRST NATION BY MARTYNA GUMULA [216 - 227] OMNIA VANITAS BY VITALIY AND ELENA VASILIEVA [228 - 237] SIRENS BY ERION KOVACI [242 - 247] SUBMISSION INFORMATION & UPCOMING THEMES


Following Tracks Photographer: Dennis Mebrouki Hair& MakeUp: Dennis Brandt Styling: Dana Nguyen Anh Model: Laurin Titze // Brown haired @Spinmodelmanagement Model: Kai Hillebrand // Blonde haired @ Spinmodelmanagement Location: Hamburg – Germany


Summer in the City Photography: Sarah Fountain Model: Britt Blanchard @ Vivien's Model Management Hair and Makeup: Penny Antuar @ Arc Creative Fashion Stylist: Tamzen Holland


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Production: Fotoatelier Kunterbunt Photographer: Henry Schulenburg Model: Joana Damek Hair & Makeup: Anja R端hl Designer: HIVYOHIVYO, MyDearLove, Mary Krahe, Fly&Go

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MLY & The Family

Photography: Cath Hermans Assistant: Chriscilia Tehupeiori Hair: Marino Lambrix Make-up: Marino Lambrix and Hannelore Jacobs Set design and construction: Atelier NL Set styling: Jolien Lavrijssen Location: Galerie Pachamama Fashion: MLY Styling: Jolien Borghs, Karlijn Setz, Loes van Bommel


Models: Nicolette @ modelution & Lara en Luna Jewelry: Jannissima


Models: Nicolette, Lara, Luna, Madeleine Jewelry: Jannissima Vintage: Lady Lucy Couture hats: Daffy de Vyldre Shoes: Miista


Models: Lara, Luna Couture hats: Daffy de Vyldre Jeans: H&M


Models: Nicolette Jewelry: Jannissima Couture hats: Daffy de Vyldre


Models: Nicolette Jewelry: Jannissima


Left: Model: Chloe Jewelry: Jannissima Couture hats: Daffy de Vyldre Right: Model: Vakil Jewelry: Jannissima Couture hats: Daffy de Vyldre Shoes: Models own


Models: Liane Jewelry: Jannissima Jeans: Lois Jeans


Models: Emily, Liane, Diede Jewelry: Jannissima Jeans: Lois Jeans Shoes: Sacha, Miista


‘split second’ “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” – Elliott Erwitt

With her photography, Marga van den Meydenberg captures everyday life moments of Berlin. Which are humorous and often a bit weird. www.meydenberg.com


S A E S N A D A L A C F O WHISPER Photography: Anathema Studio, Przemysław Kukula, Kamil Korczynski www.anathema-studio.com, Styling: Joanna Prusakowska Hair Stylist: Marzena Pukszta, Make up Artist: Marzena Pukszta Model @ Agency Name: Ela Kasperowicz, @SPOT Management, Michal Dudzinski


e z a D r e t La Photography: Orvis St. Jo

Shirt & Trousers: Annhagen Glasses: Ray-Ban Scarf: Karakoram Accessories

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Scarf: “Stylist own” Jacket: Acne


Glasses and scarf: “Stylist own” Jacket: Acne


Scarf: Karakoram Accessories Shirt: Zara Trousers: Whyred Shoes: Acne


Shirt: Annhagen Trousers & Shoes: Acne


Shirt & Trousers: Annhagen Glasses: Ray-Ban Scarf: Karakoram Accessories Boots: AllSaints


Suit: J. Lindeberg Shirt: H&M


Jewelry: Bliss Lau Trousers: AllSaints


Jewelry: Bliss Lau Trousers: AllSaints


Photography: Mario Lomas [ w w w. d e w e r f . e s ] Model: Yu n a G e a Makeup & Hair: Makeup Pop Ligth Asistance: N a c h o Vi d a l

The Roof is Burning


The Incredible Photographer: Ilja Mazar Model: Ale Alejandro Designer: Erc端ment T端rer Makeup: Olga Felk Jewelry: Olga Fotin Assistant: Oliver Rautenberg


Runaway Girls Photography: Heiko Laschitzki // www.laschitzki.com


Model: Luisa Coat: Denham Shirt: QS by S.Oliver Pullover: Rich and Royal Bag: Napapijri Trousers: Replay


Model: Sophie Hat: Aware Cashmere Pullover: Aware Cashmere Trousers: Motel Bag: Mavi


Model: Sophie Leather Jacket: Gestuz Shirt: Levis Pullover: Rich and Royal Bag: Mavi Trousers: Motel


Model: Pepa @ M4 Models Vest: Mavi Pullover: Monki Bag: Napapijri Trousers: QS by S.Oliver


Model: Sophie Leather Jacket: Gestuz Shirt: Levis Pullover: Rich and Royal Bag: Mavi Trousers: Motel


Model: Marlene Shirt: Mavi Cardigan: Heartbreaker Bag: Napapijri


Model : Alicia @ Indeed Models Hat : Aware Cashmere Jacket : Mavi Scarf : Mavi Pullover : Rich and Royal Bag : Mavi Trousers : Rich and Royal


Model : Luisa Coat : Denham Shirt : QS by S.Oliver Pullover : Rich and Royal Bag : Napapijri Trousers : Replay


Model : Yara Coat : Gestuz Shirt : Gestuz Bag : Mavi Trousers : Replay


Model : Pepa @ M4 Models Hat : Scotch and Soda Dress : Levis Pullover : Rich and Royal Bag : Qwstion


Model : Alicia @ Indeed Models Scarf : Heartbreaker Shirt : Gestuz Cardigan : Replay Bag : Napapijri Trousers : Rich an Royal


THE CAP PHOTOGRAPHY Sarah Dulay www.sarahdulay.com HAIR Stephan Mall www.stephanmall.com MAKE-UP Rebecca Heitmann www.rebecca-hair-and-makeup.de MODEL Karolina / Brodybookings www.brodybookings.com Retouch Marina Polovyan


necklace Missoni


earring Angelos Figus


ring Mawi shoulder piece Siok


earring Angelos Figus


necklace Missoni


Western Swing PHOTOGRAPHER: MARTYNA GUMUŁA // WWW.MG-STYLE.PL ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER: MONIKA STEGIENKO STYLIST: ALEKSANDRA URBANOWSKA ASSIST STYLIST: RÓŻA STAWIEREJ & JUSTYNA SIEKIERKO MODEL: ALEKSANDRA/ D’VISION, HAIR: ANNA NERKO MAKE-UP ARTIST: MICHAŁ SADOWSKI PRODUCTION: REBELLIUSTEAM // WWW.REBELLIUSTEAM.COM PLACE: STUDIO SENSI


Hat: Dancing Team Riders Vest: Charme Pants: Orsay / Showroom Khaki Necklace: Orska Bracelets: Orska Belt: River Island Glasses: Mango Shoes: Simple


White Blouse: Orsay / Showroom Khaki Vest: Springfield / Showroom Khaki Pants: Yulia Babich Handbag: Simple Bar: Simple Bracelet: Orska


Shirt: Simple Skirt: Dan Hen Showroom Khaki Bracelets: Orska Handbag: Simple Denim Jacket: Wrangler


Pants: Yulia Babich Necklace: Orska Jacket: Team Dancing Riders Belt: River Island Bracelet: Orska


Dress Orsay / Showroom Khaki Shirt: Charme Necklace: Orska Shoes: Simple Bracelet: Orska


Jacket: Simple Skirt: Simple Blouse: River Islend Bracelets: Orska Handbag: Simple Necklace: Orska


Skirt: Dan Hen \Showroom Khaki Bracelets: Orska Shirt: Dancing Team Riders Vest: Charme Handbag: Dancing Team Riders Hat: Dancing Team Riders


Hat: Dancing Team Riders Shorts: Wrangler Belt: River Island Shirt: Dancing Team Riders Necklace: Dancing Team Riders


Beyond Boundaries Photographer: Julian Paul Umbach Styling/Designer: Johanna Borchert


First Nation

Photographer: Martyna Gumuła www.mg-style.pl Assistant photographer: Monika Stegienko Stylist: Aleksandra Urbanowska Assist stylist: Róża Stawierej & Justyna Siekierko Model: Natalia/ D’vision Hair: Anna Nerko Make-up artist: Michał Sadowski Production: RebelliusTeam www.rebelliusteam.com Place: Studio Sensi


cape: Made Line showroom Pakamera.pl blouse: Dress Code showroom Pakamera.pl earrings and accessories: Orska shoes: Springfield showroom KHAKI scarf: INVUU showroom KHAKI shorts: River Island


skirt: Springfield showroom KHAKI scarf: INVUU showroom KHAKI hat: Team Dancing Riders blouse: River Islend vest: Charme kidney: Huba necklace: Orska


shoes: Springfield showroom KHAKI skirt: EKORRE showroom Pakamera.pl shirt: Charme accessories: Orska belt: River Island handbag: Simple


skirt: Dress Code showroom Pakamera.pl shirt: Charme accessories: Orska hat: Team Dancing Riders jacket: Team Dancing Riders


pants: Yulia Babich necklace: Orska jacket: Team Dancing Riders kidney: Huba hat: Team Dancing Riders accessories: Orska


jacket: charme necklace: Orska hat: Team Dancing Riders dress: Dress Code / showroom Pakamera.pl


handbag: Aldo accessories: Orska hat: Dancing Team Riders paseki: River Island pants: Dancing Team Riders shirt: Charme necklaces: Orska


necklace: Orska


OmniaVanitas Project NEO from the artists Vitaliy and Elena Vasilieva, encourages a strong reflection on the eternal game of survival. It conjures up a cacophony of conflict between mind, body and our definition of beauty. It also examines the inner human being of what we like and how we see it in our own existence. Who are we? How can we survive? How can we keep the beauty that naturally surrounds us and imprisons us at the same time? At the moment we were born we acquire our beauty. Simultaneously, we start a conscious and unconscious fight to keep that same beauty eternally and irrevocably within our mind, bodies and souls. Precious minerals, gems and stones ... Are they stronger than us? Is our search of beauty and perfection inferior to that of the power of nature? Or, are we taking the wrong direction in the search of eternal beauty and life? Will death ultimately free us from the chains of vanity? Embraced by these unanswered questions we follow life in its constant aesthetic search to avoid death, to achieve evolution – eternal beauty equals eternal life. Ricardo Chaves-Fernandes Member of AICA December 2012


Aesthetic and beauty are two themes that have carried our conceptual discussion since the birth of time. They continue to weigh upon our contemporary consciousness…mutating from our contemporary perspective into how we “see” the future. Their definitions of aesthetic and beauty can change according to where we live, how we live, what we’ve experienced and how we process this information within ourselves. It is in a sense what makes us who we are or what makes something beautiful. It is quite different from what makes another person or thing beautiful in another’s eyes. We all have our own language for the judgement of aesthetics. It is what makes us human. Although human beings are basically all the same, we experience distinctly different social relations, we develop different desires, We have different preferences and tastes. These differences form the foundation of our definitions of aesthetic and beauty. They connect within us a deeper introspective of feelings through a constant barrage of emotion, This internal struggle between life and death ultimately leads to the birth and survival of our aesthetic consciousness. It is an intense game that satisfies but one purpose – our insatiable need and unstoppable fight for the survival of beauty. Believed to be as old as the Stone Age, jewellery and specialty necklaces were used to distinguish tribes, people, different social levels and roles in ancient times. Later, Egyptian jewellery from as far back as 5000 BC used materials like bones, stones and wood to serve religious and spiritual interests. Eventually, precious metals and precious stones replaced these earlier materials. The Egyptians used a precious stone bracelet for ceremonies and special occasions. Jewellery has traditionally been passed from and through different cultures, different times and aesthetic evolutions. Interestingly, nowadays when taken in the plural, the term bracelets, is often used as slang for handcuffs.


As I sit and listen to the Grecian winds, I can hear voices…speaking to me, calling to me.

Sirens Photography: Erion Kovaci Creative Director/Stylist: Giselle Karounis Hair: Bill Vanity MUA: Giselle Karounis Photos were shot near Varkiza, Greece

Could the mythological legends of the Sirens be true? Homer wrote about them in his epic tales of Odysseus and Dante also mentioned a Siren in Inferno, Canto XIX. Jason and the Argonauts also encountered the Sirens in their search for the Golden Fleece. Sometimes envisioned as winged creatures, other times as bewitching mermaids, these beautiful temptresses sat on the rocky shores and sang with voices so beguiling that anyone who heard their song became absolutely mesmerized. As often described, these creatures transformed themselves into women possessing the epitome of beauty, with gorgeous faces and perfect breasts. The combination of their beauty and song was no match for any mortal man. These original Femme Fatales used their enchanting voices to lure sailors to rocky shores, shipwrecking them, and leading them to their destruction. Seduction is the process of deliberately enticing a person, to lead astray, as from duty, rectitude, or the like; to corrupt, to persuade or induce to engage in sexual behavior. The word seduction stems from Latin and means literally "to lead astray". The Sirens ability to seduce and sexually allure was comparable to no one. In times long past, the Sirens cast a magic spell on our collective imagination. Maybe the strongest proof of their existence is that they continue to do so. Model: Thea (VN models) Fabric: Fashion Erotokritos


Model: Antigone (Agencia) Dress: Elena Vorrea


Model: Thea (VN models) Clothes: Elena Vorrea Bracelet: Giselle's private collection


Model: Antigone (Agencia) Dress: Elena Vorrea


Model: Thea (VN models) Fabric: Fashion Erotokritos


Model: Thea (VN models) Clothes: Gkiokan Karad Necklace: Gkiokan Karad Braclet: Giselle's private collection


Model: Antigone (Agencia) Dress: Elena Vorrea Scarf: Giselle's private collection Fabric: Fashion Erotokritos Earrings: Archilleas


Model: Thea (VN models) Dress: Elena Vorrea Bracelet: Archilleas



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