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Nยบ 4 | 2012

New Faces

Catwalk

Fashion

Trends Guide Autumn/Winter 2012-2013:

Nude | Black & White | Purple | Lime & Curry

Interview with Maud Lemoine, Fashion Blogger:

Does Fashion Still Do It Better?


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illustrators and artists.

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© "Lost Friday"

Illustration

We're interested in fashion-related illustration - and need work to complement and illustrate the various product pages within the magazine.


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© Kristina Kruopienyte

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Send a link to your online portfolio(s) to: editor@jurgita.com

and we'll contact you about the possibility of commissioning you for illustration, or incorporating your work within the magazine.


is here! The modeling business is one of the most prestige and visual businesses in the world, a dream of many young girls and boys and an inspiration for millions. A serious business for models, agencies, managers mainly a profitable business tool to promote brands, designers and magazines. Since its inception in the 1940's the modeling business has expanded globally and today with advanced technology model managers can find models and introduce the models within seconds to partner agencies around the globe. With a large and growing community of managers (scouts) and models, the industry has become extremely competitive.

M.A.M.A unites Mother Agents/ “Managers” from around the globe in order to protect the interests of managers and models while keeping a fair balance with the interests of our partner retail agencies and agents and clients.

Listen to what mama tells you M.A.M.A.

If you haven’t done it yet join M.A.M.A. today Taking better care of our models and introducing a Model Hotline (www.m-a-m-a.org)

• “switching models” a plague that is hurting our industry. contracts must be respected. Models have the right to request a switch of managers and or agencies either by mutual consent of both parties of the agreement or by a judge decision. It is the models obligation to get a release of agreement from the court and not the managers/ mother agents. Models with the supervision of managers must not leave agencies with debts and before switching agencies the models and managers must settle outstanding debts or reach an agreement for future settlement of debt. • commissions and commission agreements. Drafting a recommended “MCA” Manager Commission Agreement advised for all members. The agreement will set the basic fundamental rules and regulations of M.A.M.A open to negotiation and most certainly to negotiate the financial terms of the agreement. *it is strictly prohibited of any M.A.M.A. directors or members to mutually agree or set rates on commissions or fees. • contracts/agreements between Managers and Models, MAMA will advise its members on the basic requirements for a proper manager representation agreement. this includes the right to represent the model, model career planning, model placement with partner agencies, negotiate on the models behalf and manage the model activities internationally. • model welfare as managers that have many of times exclusive world wide agreements with models, we must stay alert to the models welfare and wellbeing. M.A.M.A supports the initiatives of various organizations such such as the model alliance and join in making the model business and working conditions a better place for models especially for underage models. • bridging disputes between managers/models/ agents. M.A.M.A.’s, directors, members, volunteers, legal and financial consultants will be made available to consult members in order to guide and possibly resolve disputes or issues with the aim of reaching a mutually agreed bridging solution and thus offering the parties the ability to continue to work together.

M.A.M.A current main agenda topics are:


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Inspiration: „Back to School“


10 Crosby Derek Lam Pre-Fall 2012/2013 Collection from San Francisco, California.


New Faces P ro m ot i o n

• we need nice polaroids or snaps of the model. • some great pictures from the test if possible. • high resolution photos are needed for the magazine, low resolution photos - for the portal. • data of the model: age, height, measurements, location. • data of the mother agency: name, location. • data of agencies she places with (if placed). send the submissions to: editor@jurgita.com note: submission does not guarantee publication. Due to the large volume of submissions we choose the best ones, the most suitable for our magazine. It can happen also that we do not publish it in the next issue, but consider it for future ones, or include them to our portal jurgita.com

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Kristina Gromovaite Height: 180 cm Bust: 81 cm Waist: 61 cm Hips: 89 cm

RamutE ValaitytE Height: 176 cm Bust: 79 cm Waist: 60 cm Hips: 89 cm

Jacinta Purauskaite Height: 180 cm Bust: 78 cm Waist: 60 cm Hips: 88 cm


JURGITA Modeling and Fashion magazine Issue 4 / 2012

EDITORIAL Publisher & Founder Ugnius Kiguolis, Jurgita Kiguole Editor-in-chief Sandra Kliukaite Art Editor Reda Mickeviciute Senior Designer Justina Juozenaite Contributing Writer Alexis Heim Photographers George Livieratos, Reda Mickeviciute, Mario Caponi, Darius Sciuka Advertising Director Milda Zeimiene

COVER IMAGE Photography George Livieratos Post-production: “Plusdesign” Model: Ugne Eniulaitytė „Supermodels“ You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com Contact Us jurgita@jurgita.com


Got an idea for an article? JURGITA includes 300-500 word articles on exciting happenings in the independent world. All articles must fit into one of these categories: Fashion, Modeling, Style, Design.

We can't guarantee inclusion of all articles submitted, but for really interesting stories we will find some place in the magazine. Content must be unique. Can not be published in other magazines.

Email your ideas at editor@jurgita.com or use the article submit form.

We

Freelance Writing Bloggers!


SUMMARY 10 EDITORIAL 12 SUMMARY 14 FASHION SHOOT // N.U.D.E. 20 TRENDS / COOL HUNTING // N.u.d.e. 26 TRENDS / CATWALK // Nude 28 FASHION SHOOT // THE UNTOUCHABLES 34 TRENDS / COOL HUNTING // Lime & Curry 40 TRENDS / CATWALK // Lime & Curry 42 INERVIEW / Interview with Maud Lemoine, Fashion Blogger: Does Fashion Still Do It Better? 48 FASHION SHOOT // Through The Keyhole 54 TRENDS / COOL HUNTING // Black & White 62 TRENDS / CATWALK // Black & White 64 FASHION & MODELING / NEW FACES // Kristina Gromovaite 66 TRENDS / COOL HUNTING // P.U.R.P.L.E. 74 TRENDS / CATWALK // Purple 76 FASHION SHOOT // STAND BY ME 82 DESIGN / MADE IN LITHUANIA // Good Afternoon with „labadiena“ 88 FASHION SHOOT // From Light to Shape 92 CONTRIBUTION Nº 1 // Great illustrator from Malta 96 CONTRIBUTION Nº 2 // Eye See


MODELS! You Can Be Here!

Join Us!

Win a Fashion Shoot & Publication in the Magazine JURGITA www.jurgita.com Photographers, Designers, Stylists and Make up Artists! Your Works May be Here! Join Us! www.jurgita.com


N.U.D.E. Photography George Livieratos (Greece) Post-production "Plusdesign" Model Ugne EniulaitytÄ— "Supermodels" You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com Contact Us jurgita@jurgita.com

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BOOK THIS MODEL

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Marc O'Polo (www.marc-o-polo.com)

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Pull & Bear (www.pullandbear.com)

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1. Eichholtz Belgrave Table Lamp - Set of 2 (www.occa-home.co.uk); 2. Mister T Coffee table - Pouffe, footrest - Made in design Editions by Oxyo (www.madeindesign.com); 3. Northern Lighting - Scheisse Pendant Lamp (www.madeindesign.co.uk); 4. Lazy Oaf Camera Shopper (www.lazyoaf.co.uk); 5. Belmacz Lip Gloss Colette (www.colette.fr); 6. Fossil Dress Pink Leather Strap Watch (www.asos.com); 7. Naked Girls Teapot - Pols Potten (www.madeindesign.com); 8. Marc By Marc Jacobs Rose Gold Bracelet Watch With Tinted Dial (www.asos.com); 9. Milk - Table lamp - And Tradition (www.madeindesign.com); 10. Betty Tray - Reversible frame – Ibride (www.madeindesign.com); 11. Jug and Cup Set by Rosaria Rattin from Italy (www.couturelab.com); 12. Loft Floor lamp - 2 arms - H max 160 cm – Jieldé (www.madeindesign.com); 13. ASOS Round Sunglasses With Metal Bridge Detail (www.asos.com); 14. ASOS Metal frame Clutch Bag (www.asos.com); 15. Marc By Marc Jacobs Tan Leather Strap Watch (www.asos.com); 16. Marks & Spencer Skirt (www.marksandspencer.com); 17. Michael Kors Sleeve for MacBook Air 13 – CreamMK (www.apple.com); 18. ASOS Metal Plate Bow Waist Belt (www.asos.com); 19. Intreccio No. 2 Candle by Bottega Veneta (www.couturelab.com).


Asymmetric Pastel Silk T-Shirt by DORI TOMCSANYI from Hungary (www.notjustalabel.com)

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1. Postalco Leather Travel Wallet (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 2. Social Butterfly Box by Mrs John L Strong (www.couturelab.com); 3. Michael Kors Cream Oversized Chronograph Bracelet Watch (www.asos.com); 4. La Sardina - St. Tropez Salins (www.lomography.com); 5. Cashmere Blouson by Tomas Maier (www.couturelab.com); 6. Ted Baker A5 Hopes & Desires Notebook (www.tedbaker.com) 7. Miss KG Lolita Jewelled Ballet Flats (www.asos.com); 8. Milky Way Minor Cheese knife - set of 4 (www.madeindesign.com); 9. ASOS HALO Platform High Sandals With Peep Toe (www.asos.com); 10. Herschel Post Backpack (www.asos.com); 11. ZARA Dress (www.zara.com); 12. Tablée Cutlery - Disposable cutlery set with fabric napkin – Seletti (www.madeindesign.com); 13. Uniform Wares 150 Series, Polished Steel Watch (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 14. ASOS Quilted Metal Corner Across Body Bag (www.asos.com); 15. ASOS Plate And Spike Detail Waist Belt (www.asos.com); 16. Max Mara by Safilo (www.safilo.com) 17. La Sardina Metal Edition – Beluga (www.lomography.com).


FASHION & STYLE C AT WA L K

Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Nude

Elie Saab

Elie Saab

Acne

Acne

Chloe

Chloe

Chloe

Chloe

Diesel Black Gold

DIOR

Francesco Scognamiglio

Francesco Scognamiglio

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Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Nude

Givenchy

Maison Martin Margiela

Maison Martin Margiela

MSGM

N째21

N째21

Thakoon

Thakoon

VPL

VPL

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent

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THE UNTOUCHABLES


PHOTOGRAPHER: MARIO CAPONI (ITALIA) STYLIST: ESMERALDA PATISSO ASSITENT: ELENA GRAPPIOLO MAKE UP: XENIA WILSON HAIR STYLIST: MAURO SANTURRO MODEL: WENDELA & SILVIA DIMITROVA @ FASHION


Model Julija Steponaviciute

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FASHION & STYLE C AT WA L K

Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Curry

Balenciaga

Chloe

Fendi

Issey Miyake

Jean Paul Gaultier

John Galliano

Jonathan Saunders

Louis Vuitton

Miu Miu

Miu Miu

Prada

Prada

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Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Lime

Burberry Prorsum

Chloe

Derek Lam

Fendi

Kenzo

Jonathan Saunders

Oscar de la Renta

Milly

Kenzo

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Kenzo

Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti

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INTERVIEW

Interviewwith Maud Lemoine,

Fashion Blogger: Does Fashion Still Do It Better?

Alexis Heim

As she was my partner in crime during more than five years, you're allowed to think I'm a little biased. But it's fair to say Maud Lemoine is a fashion fixture of her own kind. Painter at heart, fashionista by chance and a bit against her will, model scout in her free time, on/off member of social networks... Her activities related to fashion and modeling are as diverse as they are countless. Founder, editor in chief and heart and soul of Fashion Does It Better (FDIB), her blog, her baby, until the end of the project; she has also been a part of other ventures including Playing Fashion magazine and has her portrait in Scott Schumann's book. A bit silent since FDIB closed in June 2011, it was time for an update on the little mouse of the modeling world. Retired or preparing something, secretly, in background?

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Tell us about the debuts. How it all started. Not to me, I know the story... the midnight train from Strasbourg that landed at five in the morning in Paris, the cheap hotel, the Louvre etc. But the readers might want to know who was behind the strange URL "mariemaud.com". What were your immediate impressions when you saw models for the first time? And how does one go from painting at home to travelling around the world for various fashion events?

Work as blogger, backstage and runway shots from Paris

It really started this way, totally by chance. Nothing was planned at all and I decided to go to Paris just the day before departure. At that time I already had this blog under another name (Fashion Meets Art) but after my trip, I literally declared that « Fashion Does It Better ». I was tired of the local art scene and fashion gave me a true breath of fresh air. Only after this first fashion week, the blog, that was more a random collection of pictures till then, became a real online journal. My first impressions when I saw models... Incredibly elegant creatures would be the best description I could make. Their faces were already inspirations for my paintings, with their distinctive beauty types but seeing them in person, how they move etc. was a totally different sensation. For example, you understand a lot on what makes a good model when you get to watch them backstage or walking in the streets. You get to know where does the body language you see in editorials come from. You've met a lot of people, big names included (I remember when you thought Ivan Bart was the doorman of IMG's offices in Paris!). Who were the most interesting encouters you've made during all these fashion weeks? Same for the models, who impressed you most and why? [Laughs] Sure, visits at IMG belong to the most unforgettable moment. Not only that time we saw Ivan Bart popping inside the room. But meeting with Dominique Caffin-Robert and Jeni Rose, who both always have tons of interesting stories to tell, was a pleasure each time we went for sushis at lunch. Actually, you don't see a lot of boring people among the scouts or agents. So, it would be unfair just to name a few. But I have very special memories of Duncan Ord from New York Models when he was sharing some old stories, talked about his favorite models since he started as an agent, how he hates the word « booker » or his description of Kristen McMenamy. As for the models, Viktoriya Sasonkina will always have a special place in my heart. When I saw her for the first time, she wasn't famous as a model and it was at a very small show in Paris. I noticed her because of her very special way to move. Of course I couldn't have expected she'll grace the cover of Vogue Italia one day but when she started to work with Steven Meisel, I wasn't surprised at all. No way he wouldn't have fallen in love with the way she moves and poses. Plenty of others were also remarkable but if I have to name one more, it would be Alison Nix. Loads of positive energy, such a fantastic personality that totally translates into her work.

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INTERVIEW

Vs Magazine / Ph: Jessie Craig, Casting: Maud Lemoine, all models from Select London

Talking about models... You were one of the only to believe in girls like Viktoriya Sasonkina, Edita Vilkeviciute or Eniko Mihalik when they were still unknown. It was that time nobody would trust a model who was considered too small, too curvy, too commercial, too old etc. Makes me feel it takes more than an eye and some flair to find the next big thing, it also takes a lot of instinct. That raises an interesting question: What makes you fall for a face, what do you look first and what's the feeling when you see someone special? What has changed for the best since these days and what has remained pretty frustrating? Just as I answered in the previous paragraph, the way a model moves and acts is probably the most striking part. Sometimes it's just a smirk, a smile, an expression. It can be a very tiny detail but make the difference. On faces, I would say the eyes, the gaze. A lot of the emotions a face expresses comes straight from the eyes. Then, it doesn't always happen the same way. You have some models that seem immediately striking at first sight. Those, you know what kind of power they have. Others, you'll need more time, you'll have to look twice. Both processes are interesting and that's a part of the magic, that no story is truly similar to another. The positive thing is that fashion is turning to women again, not teenagers. I've never understood how they could expect a teenager to channel a mature woman in editorials. I'm fine with a 15-year-old girl posing in Teen Vogue, playing a role that suits her, but in several cases it was just not appropriate at all. And when I'm talking about women, it covers both the age and silhouette issues. Models will probably remain tall and lean but we have, fortunately, moved on from some unecessary extremes.

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FDIB was your main project, your baby as you often said. But you've also been involved in several "by-projects" such as writing for Playing Fashion, casting for photographers, contributing to forums, street or online scouting, running your personal blog, painting and I'm sure I'm missing two or three on that long list. Which of those is/was your favorite (except painting that seems almost like a necessity)? I'm naturally attracted to image and anything having to do with it is a pleasure for me to work on, no matter if it's painting, photography or scouting. Or simply collecting beautiful pictures during my free time. I love everything that is visual and faces above all. It's something that has never left me, since my childhood when I was looking at all the people's faces in the bus, analyzing their features. But to be true, the most thrilling, except painting of course, is casting or scouting. The thrill of the discovery, the hunt for the right face. You've travelled a lot during all these years (Berlin, London, Warsaw, Riga...) but the place you've stayed the longest was Paris, of course. Hours spent at the CafĂŠ Ruc in John Richmond jacket or shot in the third district by The Sartorialist for his book, you have a pretty accurate vision of what a fashion week can be. How does a Paris runways and backstages taste? What are the delights of seven days of relentless glamour, intense activity, constant rush and what makes you fed up sometimes?

Vs Magazine / Ph: Jessie Craig, Casting: Maud Lemoine, all models from Select London


INTERVIEW I would say my perception has evolved with time. The shock of the new fades a little, for sure, and your own enthusiasm can also slow down after your tenth fashion week. Plus, one week or two running around with almost no time to have a decent lunch is exhausting. You have to juggle a lot too, because you don't want to miss this or that show and in the same time you have a heavy schedule filled with meetings. I don't know how some people manage to find time and energy to party after a day of fashion week. For me, it was only very rarely possible and I tend to be too much into what I'm doing to find a moment to chill. But the changes in my own perception aren't all. When I started, most of the shows were at the Louvre in Paris, working conditions were better as the area was more quiet. Nowadays, you have so many streetstyle photographers, pro and amateurs. Before, when it wasn't a trend, it was a matter of passionate people. These still exist but I feel they get drowned in the masses. At least, that's how I felt the last few times I went to the shows and, sometimes it's just insane how they run after models just for one picture. Five or six photographers literally hunting one exhausted model who has to go to her next fitting... I don't feel good in such situations. I like to work in harmony. You are from the internet generation, those who fell into fashion behind a computer screen. I remember well, at the beginning of FDIB, no one was really interested in young photographers (they were Chadwick Tyler or Eric Guillemain at that time...) and now every test shot can be published on one of the countless blogs or websites existing. Everyone wants exclusive materials before having a point of view. What's your point of view, then, on this "trend"? How does a pioneer like you see the evolution of the online fashion media? Positive, negative, neutral, don't care at all? It's a bit insane too. This neverending quest for exclusive materials. And it's not that hard -- anyone can ask young photographers to submit their work or, with a little more efforts, to be in touch with agencies to get unreleased digitals of a model.

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Ph: Maud Lemoine Casting work, Vs Magazine


Ford Models Contest in Riga

But a lot of people concentrate only on the exclusive aspect and do not own any point of view, strictly speaking. I have the feeling some of them mostly want to ÂŤ be a part of it Âť while it would be more interesting if they had something to say. There are indeed websites that are both well documented, regularly updated and share a real opinion on the business. But they seem too rare, at least for my taste. Opening a blog and posting pictures and a few words is as easy as abc, that's why you'll see so many blogs and sites dedicated to fashion and models. Let's concentrate on those about models only, as fashion is to large as a whole. Modeling, when you think of it, is just a small part of the big thing that is fashion, And you'll see hundreds of online pages on that topic, a lot of them that aim to be exclusive sources of visuals, that want to be the first or the only to show these or that contents. Quantity makes it hard to follow and quality suffers. All in all, I wouldn't consider this evolution as positive or negative and just say it has positive sides and negative sides. The good part is how easy you have access now to a lot of materials, to archives especially. The bad one is how anyone can label his blog or site an online magazine and fill it with poorly written contents and mediocre photography. What are you doing now? I know that's a basic question but you know you can't run away from it! Are you definitely retired from fashion blogging or do you nurture new projects for the upcoming months? Will we see, one day, another project by Maud Lemoine or does it belong to another era? I might have the start of the answer: "never say never", right? I'm working on three different art projects at the moment but I keep doing a bit of scouting and might have an idea for the fashion week to come. But a big project like FDIB takes a lot of time and I'm more into diversity right now to get involved in something similar to FDIB. Despite that the idea is thrilling, I'm rather up for casual collaborations or contributions. And to take more time to travel again. This being said and you have it right, never say never and who knows what I'll be working on next week !

Playing fashion contributions

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Clothes by designer Jurgita Januskeviciute (www.jjurgita.lt)


Through

The Keyhole

Photography & Style: Reda Mickeviciute (www.redaphoto.com) Make Up: Greta Subataviciute

Models: Vygante & Migle (“Supermodels“)

Clothes by designer Kristina Kruopienyte (www.kristinakruopienyte.com)

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Clothes by designer Maria Popadnicenko

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Clothes by designer Egle Ziemyte | D.efect (www.defectonline.com)

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Shirt by designer Agne Biskyte Leggings by designers Diana Kuzmickaite & Ausra Urbanaviciute


Clothes by Laura Dailideniene | Daili (www.daili.lt)

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“Pierre Balmain“ (www.pierrebalmain.com)

Inspiration: B.L.A.C.K. & W.H.I.T.E.

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1. Max&Co. by Safilo (www.safilo.com); 2. Roll Bag Wash bag – Authentics (www.madeindesign.com); 3. PiP - Salt and pepper set with a tree – Koziol (www.madeindesign.com); 4. Tema e Variazioni Teacups by Fornasetti (www.couturelab.com); 5. ASOS MOUSE Leather Flat Shoes (www.asos.com); 6. MANGO Paisley Print Blazer (www.mango.com) 7. Two Tone Maxi Cardigan by Tomas Maier (www.couturelab.com); 8. HEX Core Canvas Case for iPhone 4 (www.apple.com); 9. AJ Morgan Lady Luck Cat Eye Sunglasses (www.asos.com); 10. Uomino Medium Clock - W 28 x H 45 cm by Diamantini & Domeniconi (www.madeindesign.com); 11. Mode Product Design - Fridge Clock (www.connox.com); 12. Autruche Sticker - Coat stand by Domestic (www.madeindesign.com); 13. Asterisk Clock Vitra (www.connox.com); 14. Pantone Chair - Foldable by Seletti (www.madeindesign.com); 15. Hurley Puerto Rico Backpack (www.apple.com); 16. Pulpo Kate S Wall Lamp (www.occa-home.co.uk); 17. Bulb by Ingo Maurer (www.ingo-maurer.com); 18. ASOS VANCOUVER Flatforms (www.asos.com); 19. Othello Tea Set by ISI (www.couturelab.com); 20. Moleskine Calendar - A5 (www.connox.com); 21. Toothbrush holder by Vipp (www.vipp.com).


Pièce d'Arnarchive (www.piecedanarchive.com)

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1. Unplug Key Ring by Qualy (www.connox.com); 2. Cooper-Hewitt Tote Bag (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 3. TOPSHOP Shirt (www.topshop.com) 4. Little geometry Cushion - cotton - 30 x 30 cm - Ferm Living (www.madeindesign.com); 5. Lazy Oaf Camera Shopper (www.asos.com); 6. Round Cowhide Picture Frame by Marcelo Lucini (www.couturelab.com); 7. A4 Black Hardcover Notebook Lined by Monocle (www.unionmadegoods.com); 8. Alexander McQueen Sunglasses, Aviators (www.alexandermcqueen.com); 9. Lunette Reading glass - right handed by Maison Martin Margiela - L'atelier d'exercices (www.madeindesign.com); 10. ZARA Shoes (www.zara.com); 11. PULL & BEAR T-shirt (www.pullandbear.com ); 12. Box Water is Better (www.colette.fr); 13. LulĂ Jar Box - A di Alessi (www.alessi.com); 14. Lazy Oaf Handy Shopper (www.asos.com); 15. Marc by Marc Jacobs Hot Dot Snap Case for iPhone 4S (www.apple.com); 16. Capa Square Candlestick by Marcelo Lucini from Argentina (www.couturelab.com).


MANGO (www.mango.com)

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1. Tempo by Magis (www.connox.com); 2. Cristal Carafe - Set of 4 cups and carafe - Normann Copenhagen (www.madeindesign.com); 3. I see U U see me Cushion - Screen printed cushion made of linen & cotton by Domestic (www.madeindesign.com); 4. Duller Colored Pencils (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 5. Dupont Chinese Lacquered Lighter by Sautter (www.couturelab.com); 6. Vélo Tea towel - Ferm Living (www.madeindesign.com); 7. MANGO Blouse (www.mango.com); 8. Bottle - Cognac Candle stick - H 24 cm - Pols Potten (www.madeindesign.com); 9. Presto Coffee cup - Set of 2 cups + 2 saucers – Alessi (www.madeindesign.com); 10. The LomoKino MUBI Edition (www.lomography.com); 11. Belkin Hex Case for iPod touch, 4th Gen. (www.apple.com); 12. Vivienne Westwood for Melissa Protection Bow Heeled Cowboy Boots (www.asos.com); 13. Mophie Juicepack Air for iPhone 4S (www.apple.com); 14. Winter 1972, Fragrance (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 15. SOL REPUBLIC Tracks HD On-Ear Headphones (www.apple.com); 16. MANGO T-shirt (www.mango.com); 17. Tid Orologio Design House Stockholm (www.finnishdesignshop.us); 18. Sottosopra Vase by Fornasetti (www.couturelab.com); 19. Graf Table lamp - Diesel with Foscarini (www.diesel.com).


CoSTUME NATIONAL (www.costumenational.com)

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1. Vipp 263 Salt and Pepper Pot Set with base (www.vipp.com); 2. Stop Talking Cards (http://shop.cooperhewitt.org); 3. Glass Slipper by Adrian Rubi-Dentzel by Phillips de Pury and Company (www.couturelab.com); 4. Kate Spade New York Case for iPod touch, 4th Gen. (www.apple.com); 5. Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones (www.apple.com); 6. CAGE ROCKET TABLE B by Diesel (www.diesel.com); 7. Cone Clock Vitra (www.allmodern.com); 8. Eley Kishimoto Backpack (www.asos.com); 9. Henrik Vibskov - New dylan socks (www.henrikvibskovboutique.com); 10. Cloud Sticker by Ferm Living (www.ferm-living.com); 11. Umbrella Umbrella holder – H 54 cm – by Seletti (www.madeindesign.com); 12. Tiny Lampe Lamp - Set sticker + electric kit - Pa Design (www.madeindesign.com); 13. TOPSHOP Sunglasses (www.topshop.com); 14. La Sardina Camera & Flash – Splendour (www.lomography.com); 15. Speck CandyShell Grip Case for iPod touch, 4th gen. (www.apple.com); 16. Two Timer Large Established & Sons (www.moletamunro.com); 17. Tam Tam Trend Low stool by Branex Design (www.madeindesign.com); 18. Squeeze Vinegar shaker by Royal VKB (www.madeindesign.com); 19. Snakkes Wall light - LED memo board by Northern Lighting (www.madeindesign.com).


FASHION & STYLE C AT WA L K

Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: B&W

10 Crosby Derek Lam

Acne

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Chloe

Derek Lam

DIOR

DIOR

DIOR

Francesco Scognamiglio

Francesco Scognamiglio

Francesco Scognamiglio

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Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: B&W

Antonio Marras

Maison Martin Margiela

MOSCHINO

N째21

Narciso Rodriguez

Prabal Gurung

Prabal Gurung

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Viktor & Rolf

Marni

Fendi

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MODELS NEW FACES

NEW

Faces

Have ever seen a pure beauty who would catch your eye from the first look? We are willing to show you Kristina who is most likely to be called a stunning young lady on her way to the tops. She is not totally new in modeling and has already worked a lot in Asian market where she is always doing very well. Kristina has started modeling when she was only 14 years old and most people would have called her a baby, however she was always very serious and smart enough to leave the best impression for all the clients. Though she was really young everyone was happy to work with her. Now she is 16 and is really a great time to start wathing out this young lady. Don't miss the upcoming supermodel!

Full name: Kristina Gromovaite Mother Agency: Supermodels Model Management Booker: rasa@supermodels.lt Nationality: Lithuanian Birth date: 20th February 1996 Height: 180 cm (5’11”) Bust: 80 cm (31,5”) Waist: 60 cm (23,6”) Hips: 89 cm (34,7”) Eyes: Blue Hair: Blonde

PROMOTE YOUR NEW FACE


Kristina Gromovaite

BOOK NOW


CHANEL (www.chanel.com)

Inspiration:

P.U.R.P.L.E.

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1. Urbanears Plattan Plus Headphones – Violet (www.apple.com); 2. La Sardina - St. Tropez Fontanette (www.lomography.com); 3. Incase Metallic Slider Case for iPod touch, 4th Gen. (www.apple.com); 4. CuboGo by Sonoro (www.connox.com); 5. Gucci Donna Sunglasses (www.gucci.com); 7. Juicy Couture Steel Bracelet Watch (www.asos.com); 8. Liquorish Doctor Bag (www.asos.com); 9. Dishwashing Brush Billy Clean. Jazz up your sink! (www.donkey-products.com); 10. Double Candleholder by Menu (www.scandinaviandesigncenter.com); 11. Hurley Dimension Backpack (www.apple.com); 12. Perfume KENZO Amour (www.kenzousa.com); 13. Griffin ColorTouch Case for iPod touch, 4th Gen. (www.apple.com); 14. The Carmine Vault – the first comic of the French artist Fafi (www.colette.fr); 15. Eichholtz Key Largo Chair - Purple Velvet (www.eichholtz.com); 16. Candela Twilight Purple Pantone (http://shop.mohd.it);


Emilio Pucci (www.emiliopucci.com)

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1. Mirage Salad servers by Guzzini (www.madeindesign.com); 2. Marc by Marc Jacobs Dark Magenta Multi iPhone Case (www.coggles.com); 3. Speck KangaSkin Case for iPod touch, 4th Gen. (www.apple.com); 4. Oxydo by Safilo (www.safilo.com); 5. Set of Two Bohemia Highballs by Artel (www.artelglass.com); 6. Pixel Mirror – Slide (www.madeindesign.com); 7. Swing Vase Large Normann Copenhagen (www. normann-copenhagen.com); 8. Vivienne Westwood - Shoes Lady Dragon V11 Amethyst Globe (www.coggles.com); 9. Orla Kiely Aubergine & Dusk Pink Short Sleeve Sweater (www.coggles.com); 10. Raffy Armchair - Qui est Paul (www.madeindesign.com); 11. EVA SOLO Stoppe-goutte Carafe - With insulated cover - 1 L (www.madeindesign.co.uk); 12. Orla Kiely Claret Pleat Collar Blouse (www.coggles.com); 13. Sonia By Sonia Rykiel Magnetic Bracelet (www.asos.com); 14. Purple Fashion Magazine - Vol. 111, Issue 17 (www.henrikvibskovboutique.com);


Jean Paul Gaultier (www.jeanpaulgaultier.com)

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1. New Bubu 1er Low stool - Opaque – XO (www.madeindesign.com); 2. Baby Blo Childrens armchair - Inflatable – Blofield (www.madeindesign.com); 3. Elihu The Elephant Vitra (www.design-museum.com); 4. E27 Pendant by Muuto (www.muuto.com); 5. Barbara Carafe - 1,5 L by Design House Stockholm (www.designhousestockholm.com); 6. Neal's Yard Calendula Cleanser 100g (www.asos.com); 7. Juicy Couture Miss Daydreamer (www.juicycouture.com); 8. Nixon Matt Thistle Watch (www.asos.com); 9. Marc by Marc Jacobs Dark Magenta Multi iPhone Case (www.coggles.com); 10. Melissa Patchuli Purple Flock Shoes (www.coggles.com); 11. Ball Chair Pouf - XL Boom (www.madeindesign.com); 12. AJ Morgan Glitter Rim Cat Eye Glasses (www.asos.com); 13. Cylindrical Handbag by Biskup (www.notjustalabel.com); 14. Bourgie Table lamp – Kartell (www.allmodern.com); 15. Love Moschino Strip Linen Chain Handle Bag (www.asos.com); 16. Cube - Lilac table candlestick by Leonardo (www.madeindesign.com); 17. Dot Divina Cushion - 50 x 50 cm – Hay (www.madeindesign.com).


Viktor & Rolf (www.viktor-rolf.com)

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1. Optic Storage - With door – Kartell (www.madeindesign.com); 2. Silk Kimono Dress by Duro Olowu (www.couturelab.com); 3. Magis Chair (www.finnishdesignshop.com); 4. Cocktails & the City Party Queen Eau de Toilette (www. oriflame.com); 5. Max&Co. by Safilo (www.safilo.com); 6. Alexander McQueen Sunglasses (www.alexandermcqueen.com); 7. Colette x Space Invaders x Romain Jerome Watch (www.colette.fr); 8. Pistole Gigantesco Scented Candle by Fornasetti Profumi (www.couturelab.com); 9. Bunny Wall hook - with sucker – Koziol (www.madeindesign.com); 10. Book “Design of the 20th Century” (www.taschen.com); 11. A Lucky Guy St Emilion Dress from Sessun (www.coggles.com); 12. Herschel Heritage Backpack (www.urbanoutfitters.com); 13. Speck PixelSkin HD Case for iPhone 4 (www.apple.com); 14. PIP L Jewellery box - H 43,5 cm – Koziol (www.madeindesign.com); 15. Sabrina Dehoff - Necklace Robe Gold Bordeaux (www.henrikvibskovboutique.com); 16. Rimowa Purple Luggage (www.rimowa.de).


FASHION & STYLE C AT WA L K

Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Purple

Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier

Acne

Balenciaga

Balenciaga

Balenciaga

Bottega Veneta

Chloe

CIVIDINI

Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo

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Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Fashion Trends: Purple

Gucci

Gucci

Gucci

Matthew Williamson

N째21

N째21

Narciso Rodriguez

Miu Miu

Prada

Chanel

Chanel

Gucci

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Stand

By

Me

Photography:

Dainius Sciuka

(www.sciuka.com)

Models: Gerda Obelieniute Matas Ignatavicius

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BOOK THIS MODEL

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Design Made in Lithuania

Good afternoon with

„labàdienà“!

Design: Petras Navickas & Rapolas Vosylius („labàdienà“) Photography: Karolis Milasevicius (www.photoshoo.com)

Check it Out: www.labadiena.eu


Grandpa's Cap

5 panel cap with unique tapestry part on the side, adjustable size, embroidered Ă symbol. Available in three colors ruby, mustard, emerald. 25 â‚Ź


Design Made in Lithuania

à gray t-shirt

à symbol silkscreen print, leather tag. Cotton 96%, spandex 4%. 23 €


à dark t-shirt

à symbol silkscreen print, leather tag. Cotton 96%, spandex 4%. 23 €


Design Made in Lithuania

Zepelin t-shirt

Zepelin is a type of rigid airship and traditional lithuanian meal. Silkscreen print, leather tag. Cotton 96%, spandex 4%. 23 â‚Ź

Black Snapback

6 panel hybrid black cap with adjustable snap, silkscreen on visor bottom, embroidered logo, leather tag. 23 â‚Ź


Giria t-shirt

A large area covered chiefly with trees and undergrowth, the mighty forest. Silkscreen print, leather tag. Cotton 96%, spandex 4%. 23 â‚Ź


From Light To Shape

Photography: Gerolamo Marchetti (Italia) Style: Maddalena Triggiani Editor: Sara Zaneletti Make up: Flaviano Corti Hair Stylist: Claudia Capelli Model: Monika Burg


Check it out: www.fotografiaimmagine.it


CONTRIBUTION

Check it out: www.ainhoart.com


Great illustrator from

MALTA:

Priscilla Ainhoa

Griscti

NAME: Priscilla Ainhoa Griscti LOCATION: Malta OCCUPATION: Fashion illustrator/designer/artist

Her artworks have been on the cover of the Sunday Times of Malta magazine and also on the covers of various international online magazines. In March of last year, seven of her drawings had been chosen to be exhibited at the ARTPARIS fair through Saatchi at the Grand Palais in Paris.


CONTRIBUTION

”As an artist I am self-taught, I hold a Masters degree in Art History and have held two large solo exhibitions in Malta. One at the Phoenicia Hotel in Valletta and another at the Malta Maritime Museum in Vittoriosa that lasted over two months. Both exhibitions received a great response from the public as well as the local and foreign press, ” Priscilla said. „Although primarily a fine artist, I am also into fashion illustration, photography, sculpture, installations and design. My shoe designs have been given great recognition and have come to be featured in the renown German fashion blog LesMads ChuhChuh amongst many others“.


Check it out: www.ainhoart.com


Contribution Nยบ 2

Check it out: www.hortenciacaires.com


,,Eye ,, SEE

NAME: Hortencia Caires LOCATION: Brazil/New York. OCCUPATION: Photographer. Hortencia Caires is a Photographer originally from Bahia, Brazil. Currently based in New York, NY. She's self taught in the art of photography and has been shooting for 6 years now. Hortencia Caires takes pride in her work and strives to succeed each and everyday, with God all things are possible. This is one of her recent unpublished work "Eye See". Photographer: Hortencia Caires Set Designer: Zamie Casazola Jewelry Design and styled: Kt Ferris Model: Jordan Hathaway @Fenton Moon Makeup: Cassie Kurtz Hair: Jachelle Whiting


It's your TIME! Be visible!

Send us your fashion outfit!

Global

Fashion


If you are really stylish person, you can show that to the world! To be considered for the Global Fashion spread in the magazine, send your photo to: editor@jurgita.com, please include your name, age, location and some notes about your style. All photos must be clear, large, well-lit and show fashion/ style. Not all photos can be included in the magazine.


Shops

promotion

We're always on the lookout for shops for product placement: jewellery, watches, accessories, stationery, clothing, footwear, homewares, bags...! We always feature original, quality items. All items must be available for purchase through your online shop. We adjust images from each online shop so clear, large photos (preferably on a white background) are a must. Email JURGITA with a link to your shop for consideration at: editor@jurgita.com We will include shops that fit our requirements on affiliate commission basis.

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