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photographer: Brian Ziff stylist: Camille Yvette hair: Sienree Du @ Celestine Agency makeup: Alexis Swain @ Celestine Agency models: Katty Ukhanova and Chanel Gray @ Wilhelmina International on Katty: Jun Escario green suit, The Archives earrings and Gentle Monster sunglasses on Chanel: Elisabetta Franchi sheer blouse and high-waisted bottoms, Chicory scarf and Gentle Monster sunglasses

photo by brian ziff

4 Editors Note 9 Editors Picks

12 summer simplicity favorites for the ultimate wardrobe mix and match, plus the perfect statement bag!


Cover Story

Fashion 18 Delusion

Summer sex appeal by Juliet Dunne

74 Heat Wave

Getting hot in an editorial by Kristina Loewen

The Palm - a colorful cover story by Brian Ziff fetauring styling by Camille Yvette

122 Casa Franca


166 Via

12 Brighter than the Sun

Beauty looks for summer featuring bold colors paired with neutrals by Alexandra Rymsinova

Featured Designer

48 Sara Bailes chats with guest editor Dalia Milford about her summer knitwear.

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His and hers fashion by Owen Behan Desert style by Sameep Singh

Featured Label 84 Reset Priority

Creative director Ester Milano speaks with guest editor Olivia Louden



30 Aqua

The hottest looks by Roberto McCormick

132 Katerina Riazanova

by guest editor Olivia Louden


174 3 Filles

Models of the moment by Camille Chaudeurge


138 Summertime Hues

photo by Shelby Goldstein

Summer accessories by Angela Marklew

Get the Look

40 A Cloudy Summer


Casual summer attire by Lynzi Judish

54 Some Like it Hot

Favorite summer tops by Shelby Goldstein

62 Summer Lovin

108 Disco Inferno


146 Mediterranean Love

Beach looks by Xavier Bergman

Tropical street style by Stefanie Parkinson Beach style by Andrew Parsons

114 Skate Deluxe

Skate style by Johann Sturz

Resort Wear

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editors note

lynzi judish

Editor-in-Chief Magazine Graphic Design

The summer issue is upon us and I’m wildly excited! I mean, have you seen the cover story by Brian Ziff? It’s pretty epic! This issue dawns some serious change for Jute Magazine. This is the last issue in the states as the publication (and myself) is moving to the Czech Republic. I’m overjoyed with the upcoming move. I know most of the readers are in Europe, and this move will hopefully mean a permanent home base for the magazine, and a step toward print runs. I’m taking everything in stride, but I can’t help but be excited. Back to the current issue. We have some amazing editorials and emerging designers in this issue, as always, and what I feel is a very mature and confident take on summer. I hope everyone enjoys the issue! And keep your eyes on Jute in the next year. Big things are coming!

XOXO Lynzi

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dave brown Web Developer

matthew vita Webitorial Graphic Designer

olivia Louden guest editor

dalia milford guest editor

illustration by sara gilbert


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Summer Simplicity

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estee lauder Look created using All-Day Glow BB Moisture Make-up, Perfecting Loose Powder, Brow Now in Blonde, Pure Color Envy in Fearless Petal, Pure Color in Peach Passion, and Pure Color Envy in Blooming Lip Balm


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sun Bold colors paired with neautrals is the perfect pop of color this summer! Hair and makeup artist Stef Ralbovsky highlights the hottest color trends for the season using your favorite beauty brands. photographed by Alexandra Rymsinova featuring Radka S @ Exit Model Management

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BOBBI BROWN Look created using Moisture Rich Foundation - SPF 15, Sheer Finish Loose Powder, Perfectly Defined LongWear Brow Pencil. Shimmer Wash Eyeshadow in New Bone, Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick in Iced Blue, Brightening Brick in Pastel Pink, and Sheer Lip Color in Ballet Pink

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YSL Look created using Perfect Touch Foundation, Touche Eclat, Couture Mono Eyeshadow in 8 Zellige, Les Sahariennes, and Bouche a Bouche in 10 Or Rose

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MAC Cosmetics Look created using Mineralize Moisture SPF15 Foundation, Iridescent Beauty Powder, Veluxe Brow Liner in Strawberry Blonde, Brow Set in Clear, Pro Longwear Waterproof Colour Stick in Frisky Blue, Mineralize Blush in Warm Soul and Just a Wisp, Lip Pencil in Edge to Edge, and Hugable Glass in Cool & Cute

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giorgio armani Look created using Luminouse Silk Foundation, Fluid Sheer in 7, Eye to Kill Quad Shimmer in 10 Mirage, Eyes to Kill Excess Mascara, Cheek Fabric in 306, and Rouge D’Armani Lipstick in 513.

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Let us take a walk on the beach in beautiful silhouettes, colorful swimwear, and an undisputed sex appeal. Confidence is the new black, and we are entering summer in full force! photographed by Juliet Dunne, styled by Lana Dugmag hair and makeup by Kasia Gajewskaa featuring model Jana Sochorova of Bareface Model Agency


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VILEBREQUIN swimsuit and H&M necklace

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KENZO top, VILEBREQUIN bikini bottom and H&M earrings

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VICTORIA’S SECRET bikini and KENZO dress

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aqua photographer: Roberto McCormick, stylist: Bianca Nicole, hair: Regina Meessen makeup: Abbie May, model: Claire Selby @ Profile Models

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LIPS swimsuit and CHEAP MONDAY jewelry

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OYSHO swimsuit

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A CLOUDY SUMMER Summer style just got easier with these wanderlust inspired beach looks. photographer: LYNZI JUDISH, stylist: AVERY ASHMORE


opposite page: FOREVER 21 dress and shoes this page: SOME DAYS LOVIN swimsuit available at Meraki Moon, EN CHARM jacket available at Meraki Moon, and FOREVER 21 belt on chest

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MINK PINK top available at Meraki Moon and CHARMING CHARLIE necklace

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STOLEN HEARTS top and shorts available at Meraki Moon and SOME DAYS LOVIN wrap dress available at Meraki Moon

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MEEK VINTAGE slip dress and choker

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this page: FOR LOVE AND LEMONS jumper available at Meraki Moon, TOMMY HILFIGER dark brown belt, AMERICAN EAGLE light brown belt and FOREVER 21 belt on chest opposite page: SOME DAYS LOVIN top available at Meraki Moon, MEEK VINTAGE culottes and kimono, POL button up available at Meraki Moon, FOREVER 21 hat, TOMMY HILFIGER dark brown belt and AMERICAN EAGLE light brown belt

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bailes By Dalia Milford I was given the opportunity so ask the lovely local and international. Being here means I can Sara Bailes a few questions about her line. Like ride around on my scooter and meet local artiher clothes, her answers do not disappoint! sans who open my eyes to new techniques I would never have seen otherwise. It is also a great place Dalia: Travelling to Bali for your new collection to meet like-minded designers, photographers and sounds wonderful. What part of the creation pro- models. So many people from all over the world cess takes you to different places? Is it for inspira- makes for excellent collaborations and ideas! tion, collaboration or something more? Splitting my time between countries has also proSara: I actually manufacture my clothing in Bali vided the opportunity to collaborate with differso that is why I am here now! My partner and I ent models and photographers from all over the made the decision to split our time between Aus- world. I recently did a shoot in Sydney with a tralia, Bali and the US for the next 12 months. photographer and film maker called David ColThere are so many interesting people in Bali – both lier who made a short Super8 film and amazing 48 jute summer 2016

photos on film, digital and Polaroid. I’m also talking to an Italian photographer who will do a shoot in Milan with some local Italian girls so I’m looking forward to that! Travelling definitely helps with opening new doors and meeting new legends. Dalia: With more than a decade of fashion experience, where do you look for inspiration on new ideas? Sara: I am constantly researching and getting inspired by everything around me. I have to admit both Instagram and Pinterest are my main sources of inspiration to see what is happening in the world (not just in fashion). There is so much content out there and people doing interesting, cool things that are so accessible thanks to the internet. I follow lots of people and stay up to date with what they are posting and vice versa - it’s funny, I’ve created a little online network of people I’ve never met, but feel like I know! Spending time in Bali means I get a good look at global fashion, as there are so many people here from all over the world. I also meet local people with amazing skills that I want to add to my collection – like this season I found an embroiderer who I have been working with on new techniques and fabrications to create some exciting new pieces. The Melbourne fashion scene is pretty interesting too (my hometown). There are a lot of up and coming designers there, some who produce handmade garments in Melbourne and some that have been around for years and still manage to re-invent themselves. People in the Melbourne “scene” have a distinct fashion look that will always remain relevant to my collections and be a source of inspiration. 49 jute summer 2016

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Dalia: When do you plan on releasing your next collection? Sara: The next collection for SS16, which is quite different to the first two, will hit stores in July this year. The collection is called CHAV, a homage to the stereotypical Chav style from the UK. Think council estates, slick back ponytails and hoop earrings – I’m looking forward to having some fun with styling some campaign shots near the commission flats when I am in Melbourne next month. In Bali, I am currently working on both AW17 for Australia and SS17 for the US, which I will be showing at NYFW in September. I have had to design two collections simultaneously for the northern and southern hemispheres. I am very excited to be part of a group show at NYFW for my debut on the catwalk as Sara Bailes the label. Dalia: I LOVE your designs, specifically your use of textures with the quilted and knitted pieces. Can you give a little insight into your creative process and how you came up with the concepts? Sara: It is very important to me to use new techniques, fabrications and textures every season. I love mixing them all together too! Both Gorman and Karen Walker were very print focused, and although I will always have in-house print designs as part of my collections, I do not gravitate towards prints naturally. I think this is why I want to focus more on texture and technique as a means for individuality. Through a lot of research and trial and error, I have found a handful of total legends in Bali who can make all my ideas for new textures and techniques a reality. When I visited my knitwear factory for the first time I only had a couple of ideas to discuss with them, but when I saw all of the different styles/yarns/techniques they could achieve, I decided to create a capsule knit collection which has become an integral part of my future collections. Dalia: The weather in Colorado can be a little unpredictable, which might explain my obsession with all of the jackets. A close second favorite is the knit tracksuit pants. Of all the designs, do you have any pieces that stand out as favorites for you? Sara: I feel like the weather in Colorado and Melbourne would be quite similar – hot one minute, freezing the next!

I think definitely the quilted bomber – it was the very first thing I designed for my debut collection, then I reinvented in denim for AW16. I’ve always loved quilting for some reason – my graduation collection at fashion school had a lot of quilting in it and I can’t seem to let go of it! I have no doubt there will be similar quilt techniques used in future collections! Second fave is the knit hot pants. That’s probably why I keep putting them into photoshoots and wearing them ALL the time…there may be some new versions coming out for NYFW in brushed mohair! Dalia: Is it correct that even though you are based in Australia, your collections are available globally through Sara: Yes! When I launched my label I had a strong focus to create an International label. After working as part of the design team for Karen Walker, I learnt a lot about being a global brand and the importance of the global market. Although I love Australia, I want my products to be globally accessible and feel like they are well suited to other parts of the world! I did make a decision this year that I want to focus on the USA for the next 12 months to grow my market there! I feel like the Sara Bailes aesthetic is very suited to the American market and I’m excited to visit and do some exploring. Dalia: Although the collections vary, I felt a chic every day type vibe to them all. Was this intentional, or is there an image you’d like people to simulate with the brand? Sara: Ok good. That is totally my intention and I am glad that it translates! From the outset I wanted my label to be wearable and comfortable whilst remaining polished and feminine. Naturally, my own personal style comes through into my designs – classic, casual and bold with the ability to evolve season after season. My garments must be flattering on the female body and have an element of fun to them. There is a lot of fashion out there that looks amazing and is technical perfection, but when I look at it I wonder how I would wear it – how I would sit down, drive a car, do day-to-day activities…so I wanted to create something that women can wear every day and feel confident and sexy in. 51 jute summer 2016

Dalia: Is there anything specific you’d like Jute readers to know about your line? Sara: A really important element of my line is that it is produced ethically by a small and dedicated team of Indonesians and Australians. I visit my factories on a daily basis and work alongside a team of talented artisans. It’s so easy these days to shoot an email off with a design spec to China and get a finished product a month or so later – not really knowing exactly where or how it was made. My patternmaker Betty and I work closely together every day that I am in Bali and employ a small team of pattern cutters and machinists. I ride around on my scooter to source fabrics and trims and dedicate a lot of time to creating and maintaining relationships with the people I work with. I actually didn’t set out to be an “ethical” brand, but I’ve always put a huge importance on relationships with suppliers and producers, and it naturally evolved this way.

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some like it

hot photographer: Stefanie Parkinson, stylist/makeup: Ludie Senatus model: Hinson @ Ford Models LA

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opposite page: Glll pencil skirt, LA BLANCA swimsuit top, TORY BURCH scarf, MOLLIE CUTLER earrings, HOUSE OF HARLOW ring, and NATASHA statement necklace this page: BARDOT top, LEIFSDOTTIR pants, MIA shoes, BRIXTON hat, BALINES BATIK scarf, XANTHA ring, KATE SPADE bangles, 14TH AND UNTION earrings and stylist’s own necklace

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this page: BILLABONG bikini, ITALIAN SILK scarf, BRIXTON hat, MIA shoes, MOLLIE CUTLER and XANTHA rings, KATE SPADE bangles, NATASHA statement necklace stylist’s own earrings opposite page: BEAUTY & THE BEACH crochet swimsuit, VINCE CAMUTO head wrap scarf, BRIXTON hat, and Indian beaded jewelry

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this page: LA BLANCA bikini, T-BAG LAS ANGELES swim cover-up, ITALIAN SILK scarf, NATASHA statement necklace, HOUSE OF HARLOW and XANTHA rings, and KATE SPADE bangles opposite page: BILLABONG swimsuit top, HAYDEN YOO silk wide leg pants, PRINTED VILLAGE scarf, 14TH AND UNION earrings, KATE SPADE bangle, and stylist’s own necklace

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opposite page: BEAUTY & THE BEACH crochet swimsuit, VINCE CAMUTO head wrap scarf, BRIXTON hat MIA shoes, and Indian beaded jewelry this page: LINE & DOT tropical silk dress, MOLLIE CUTLER rings, bracelets and necklaces, 14TH AND UNION earrings, and BRIXTON har

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Celebrating the love of the coast, summer whimsy, and the ease of a perfect ensemble. photographed by Andrew Parsons styled by Carly Bockorick hair/makeup: Melissa Korn, models: KJ and Jocelyn Nickel @ Nous Models, hair/makeup assistant: Sheila Swift


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opposite page: EILEEN FISHER silk tunic, LOVE WHITE WOLF bikini bottom and H&M necklace this page: RVCA NU KID sweater romper

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L’AGENT by AGENT PROVOCATEUR Idalia bodysuit and URBAN COCO chiffon maxi skirt

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KJ: THEORY tank top and ZARA trousers, Jocelyn: CARTONNIER blazer and ZARA trousers

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MINK PINK endless moonlight blazer and LOVE WHITE WOLF bikini bottom

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ELIE TAHARI sport teddi hooded mesh vest, LOVE WHITE WOLF bikini and MARC by MARC JACOBS sunglasses

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ZARA tunic and H&M bracelets

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H&M overalls

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KJ: TOPSHOP t-shirt, ZARA jeans and H&M belt Jocelyn: ELLA MOSS tank top, ZARA joggers and H&M cuff

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S.OLIVER bikini, BENETTON crochet top, LEVI’S jean shorts, MANGO clutch and RAY BAN sunglasses

heat wave photographer: KRISTINA LOEWEN, stylist: TRANG CAO hair/makeup: VRONI EDER, model: LARA @ PMA PROMOD MODEL AGENCY


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LIU JO shirt, RICH & ROYAL shorts, SWEET DELUXE necklace and BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN belt

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MANGO headscarf and stylist’s own earrings

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BASLER dress, MANGO necklace and H&M bikini brief

The season’s whispy style in floral and lace comes to life in a sundrenched fairytale. photographed by Jessica Bloom

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S.OLIVER denim trousers, RICH & ROYAL shirt and STYLEHEAVEN bag

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H&M top, LIU JO skirt, H&M earrings and MANGO shoes

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MANGO top, ZARA crochet shorts and MONROB clutch

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MANGO jumpsuit, LIU JO shoes and H&M necklace

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MANGO top and RICH & ROYAL trousers

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featured label

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reset priority by Olivia Louden The key words for luxury swimwear and lingerie brand Reset Priority’s SS16 collection are “confidence,” “quality,” and “worldwide travel.” I was lucky enough to get to ask creative director Ester Milano a few questions about this year’s campaign from new, high tech and innovative fabrics to a photoshoot in the Mediterranean. Olivia: What can you tell me about your summer campaign? Ester: We made this shooting on a very sunny day close in Costa Brava, Barcelona. It’s a very nice location that gives us room to play, the landscapes and the colour of the water is beautiful. Ideal for a Mediterranean flair. Vivianne, our dutch model, was just arrived in Barcelona and we’re happy to have had the chance to book her. Pics are from Mireia Grau and...we had fun and a swim after! Olivia: What sets this year’s collection apart from your previous SS collections? Ester: With the SS16 collection we kept intact the values of the brand such as premium quality, international flair and bright pieces which are innovative and fitting. We added on top new hand applied details and grow the possibility of mix and match tops and bottoms as well as sizes, so that you can find your perfect fit in each series.

Olivia: Where did you draw your design inspiration? Ester: Our design inspirations come from different places, from fashion shoots to new product designs, pictures taken while travelling (this is the case for example for our Flower East collection - we shot heliconia flowers during a trip to Singapore). Color references too can come from pictures taken somewhere and then organized for the purpose. The designs are made on a sketchbook... Then we look into all the proposals and have to do the first selection. We then start pattern making and create the digital versions of the designs which help us with playing with colours later on. Olivia: How does your brand’s emphasis on both luxury and environmental stability work together? Ester: We want our pieces to be extremely comfortable and that our customers perceive the difference. We reinforce the durability of our pieces, which last more than just one season and give a very good product value. When we select fabrics we also look into certifications and that is why we use Xtra Life Lycra which lasts longer, as well as OEKO TEX certified garments, which imply manufacturers follow environmental and socially responsible rules. We just recently started to 85 jute summer 2016

look into Regenerated fabrics beautiful and high quality! If these fabrics exist, it’s our conscious answer to select them! Fashion should do its part in preserving the world, right? Everything is produced in Spain and Italy using the best materials...this may be the new luxury, more responsible, more durable and with eyes on the environment. Olivia: How do you want a person wearing your designs to feel? Ester: Beautiful, empowered, and definitely comfortable! If one of these is missing, then try another one! With a bikini, it’s not a one model fits all. Olivia: Your brand has a lot of international flair. How is that reflected in this season’s campaign? Ester: I think mostly it’s reflected in the models. We included some innovations such as surf styles and threads as well as velvet (yes, swimwear velvet!) and ultra-thin neoprene. You can find these innovative pieces in the campaign too! Olivia: Finally, where are your designs available for purchase? Ester: Our pieces are available for purchase in selected boutiques all over Spain, and some additional retailers bare from UK, Florida and Belgium. You can find Reset Priority through international e-tailors, and of course on

SS16 campaign credits on Instagram: Location: Costa Brava, Spain Model: @VivianneTess Photographer: @mireiagrau Stylist: @esmilla MUA: Christian designs by @resetpriority

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photographer: Brian Ziff, stylist: Camille Yvette hair: Sienree Du @ Celestine Agency, makeup: Alexis Swain @ Celestine Agency models: Katty Ukhanova and Chanel Gray @ Wilhelmina International

Chanel: Elisabetta Franchi sheer blouse and high-waisted bottoms, Chicory scarf and Gentle Monster sunglasses Katty Jun Escario green suit, The Archives earrings and Gentle Monster sunglasses

Chanel: Jad Ghandour beaded jacket, Kate Spade shoes and Givenchy earrings and rings Katty: Kisskill bra and panties, Dennis Basso coat and SJP shoes

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Katty: Rachael Cassar top, and PRB Collection skirt, shoes and ring Chanel: Felja dress, Bruno Carlo gloves and PRB Collection choker and earrings

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Calvin Klein panties and PRB Collection necklaces and earrings

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Katty:: Lucy Paris Blue faux fur and Melis Yildiz shoes Chanel: Jad Ghandour dress, Helmut Lang white shirt, Kate Spade shoes and PRB Collection earrings

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Katty: Caterina Gatta floral print bandeau and skirt, Camelia Skikos wool jacket, Joe Vilaiwan necklace, Gentle Monster sunglasses and PRB Collection ring Chanel: Mac Duggal top and skirt, Camelia Skikos wool jacket and Lionette by Noa Sade earrings

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Chanel: Elisabetta Franchi sheer blouse and high-waisted bottoms, Chicory scarf and Gentle Monster sunglasses Katty: Jun Escario green suit, The Archives earrings and Gentle Monster sunglasses

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Elisabetta Franchi blouse, Jad Ghandour sequin shorts, House of CB shoes and PRB Collection choker and necklace


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every summer top needs some love! bring your closet to life by pairing some of your favorite tops with some sparkle and color. stylist Mandy Mitchell highlghts her favorite tops. photographer: Shelby Goldstein, stylist: Mandy Mitchell hair: Sara Denman @ Celestine Agency, makeup: Adrienne Herbert @ Art Department model: Niina Ratsep @ IMG Worldwide

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HELMUT LANG top and CULT GAIA hair accessory

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skate deluxe Skate is forever a style staple, but we’re moving it into 2016 with some gold and sparkle. Try mixing some sequins with the sporty look for something new! photographer: Johann Sturz, stylist: Sina Scherer @ Schroeder-Styling hair/makeup: Bianca Roeder @ Schroeder-Styling, model: Anna Wilken @ Munich Models

this page: Mango bomber jacket and skirt, Puma top, Daisy Street shoes and Quay Australia sunglasses opposite page: Bench jacket, Minx top, and Namami necklace

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Adidas jacket and shoes and Mango dress

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Mango top, Minx skirt and Namami bracelet

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Rebecca Minkoff jacket and Calvin Klein bra 120 jute summer 2016

H&M top, Dimitri pants, Hegos shoes and Adidas by Stella McCartney cap

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Karime: Emilio Pucci dress and BlackScissor red boots Pablo: JosĂŠ Sanchez leather shirt, Paloma Lira pants, Zara handkerchief, Gucci glasses and Brantano shoes

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casa franca photographer: Owen Behan, stylist: Hernรกn Esquinca hair/makeup: Servulo Servullo, models: Karime @ Paragon and Pablo @ Queta Rojas location: Casa Franca, La Roma, Mexico D.F.

Paloma Lira golden jumpsuit, Topshop jacket and Jerarda Lake rings

Sandro shirt, JosĂŠ Sanchez leather jacket and Mancandy pants

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Pablo: JosĂŠ SĂĄnchez fur girl left: vintage fur boy left: vintage shirt and Wolf Hunt pants girl top: Theory pants and Rapsodia jacket boy right: Topshop shirt and Wolf Hunt jacket girl right: Nasty Gal dress, Rapsodia jacket and Jerarda Lake jewelry

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Topshop shirt, Paloma Lira golden bomber jacket, Adidas Original pants and Brantano shoes

Karime: Rapsodia dress and Jose Sanchez leather jacket Pablo: Paloma Lira shirt, 1980 hand painted patched battle vest and Adidas Original pants

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Karime: JosĂŠ Sanchez leather skirt and jacket, BlackScissors boots, and Lentes y Espejuelos sunglasses Pablo: Wolf Hunt pink velvet jacket, Paloma Lira pants and Gucci sunglasses

Katerina Riazanova by olivia louden Russian designer Katerina Riazanova’s new swimwear collection emphasizes confidence, fitness, and independence. Bright colors and unusual fabrics reflect a woman’s inner strength and need to stand out. I had the chance to ask Katerina a few questions about the SS16 line and how everything comes together.

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What can you tell me about your SS16 swimwear collection? This collection was designed for a confident woman who wants to be the center of attention. It’s bright, playful and colorful. That kind of swimwear sets the tone for the whole summer and vacations as well. As a designer I like the idea of “relaxed” fitness and practice it myself. It means that you don’t need fitness gym anymore to look like body divas, who spend most of their time in gym and concentrate only on their body. The new philosophy is to be concentrated on inside feelings, emotions, and personal experiences and accompany it with good body shape, and I am not only talking about yoga, it’s broader - dancing, pole dancing, boxing, triathlon, swimming .. It depends on your body state. How did you arrive at the decision to use neoprene? It was my first step after I decided to start my small business. I started to look for interesting materials for my collection and firstly, I wanted to make dresses from neoprene ;) But then I met supplier who showed me different kinds of neoprene including titanium covered neoprene, thin and thick ones. So it was pivotal point and I started to design

sportish swimwear using neoprene. It could be another material in the future, but for now I just love the idea about different textures and tactile feelings - neoprene is just my first stage. The bold colors are also very striking. What do you wish to inspire with them? I think bold colors are just powerful. If you wear bold, bright colors for swimming, you feel as confident as wearing bold black dress for evening. Your campaign is very fitness oriented. What can you tell me about that? The idea behind that was the new geometry of space for fitness and training. As I said, I like the idea of “relaxed” fitness, which is best practiced in a cozy environment, where the mind says goodbye to obsessive manner of the ideal, and the body tends to get pleasure from sport. The most important thing is pleasure of the future achievements beyond comparison with someone else. Creating geometry of space, we switch to “slow life” mode and reside in harmony. It means achieving results because you decide so, not watching others doing it - it’s strong power inside confident women. 133 jute summer 2016

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How do you blur the lines between style and function? For now the main thing for me is that woman can wear all of it - function, then I style clothes in a way that translates the idea behind. The image and style is everything now. It could be basic blank T-shirt, but you style it in a way that everybody wants that particular t-shirt. So it’s an interesting mind game for designers today. What sort of individual do you see wearing your designs, and how do you want her to feel? I see strong confident active woman, sometimes she translates it through her image and clothes, and sometimes she looks fragile and changes her outfit accordingly. It’s more about inner state and feelings. Shopping is intuitive, so all the buying and ‘I want it’ instincts lies in our brain. Finally, where are your designs available? You can buy all swimwear through my Instagram https://www.instagram. com/katerinariazanova/ and on NJAL shop https://

photographer: Sveta Kuzhel stylist: Elena Yakovel hair/makeup: Maria Akimova models: Ksusha Lavrenteva and Alina Shelk @ Gosh Model Managment

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QUIN top and ROSA KILGORE earrings

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N12H top, COPCOPINE sweater and ZARA earrings

summertime hues photographer/collage artist: Angela Marklew, stylist: Sarah Kinsumba hair: Victor Mendoza, makeup: Garret Gervais @ Grid Agency nails: Anny Tau, model: KJ @ Nous Models

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FEW MODA NYC jacket, MILO MARIA shirt and AOKO SU earrings

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LOTUZ collared shirt, QUIN top and AOKO SU earrings

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QUIN shirt, MILO MARIA top and pants and AOKO SU earrings

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COP-COPINE dress and ROSA KILGORE earrings

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COP-COPINE shirt, ZENA PRIESLEY dress and AOKO SU earrings

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Being an old sea of sailors,, the Mediterranean is characterized by the blue and white colours inGreece and Ibiza and the wind that carries loved memories‌

photographer: Xavier Bergman, art director/stylist: Danae Fischer hair/makeup: Xisca Heba, model: Adriana HodossyovaĚ @ Berta Models, production: Fruits & Films

American Apparel bodysuit

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Les Petites jmpsuit, Birkenstock sandals and MarĂ­a Pascual bracelet

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Wanda Nylon raincoat, Agent Provocateur swimsuit, and Sawrocks sunglasses

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Agent Provocateur bikini, Zara necklace and Oysho hat

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Only blazer and trousers and MarĂ­a Pascual bracelet

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Maje top and TCN bikini

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GESTUZ blouse, CRISTINA GAVIOLI skirt, STEFANEL belt and MADE necklace

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resort wear

Take a Deep Breath

Trouble finding that perfect vacation ensemble? Stylist Lara Bonardi will you show you the way with incredible pieces from Gucci, Rare London, List, and many more of our favorite brands!

photographer: Monica Monimix Antonelli, stylist: Lara Bonardi makeup: Bianca Marzocchi, model: Darina @ The Fashion Model Management

RARE LONDON jumpsuit, LAVISH ALICE blazer, LARA BONARDI necklace and MADE bracelet

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this page: LIST dress, BREIL earrings and MADE bracelet opposite page: OLTRE blouse, LIST pants, JIL SANDER belt, LARA BONARDI necklace and GUCCI shoes

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Y.A.S sweater, LIST pants, LARA BONARDI earrings and SWEET SHOES shoes

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Y.A.S shirt, RARE LONDON skirt, INFLUENC sleeveless blazer and PIECES necklace

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GESTUZ top, CRISTINA GAVIOLI blazer, LIST pants and PIECES bracelets

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ZARA olive green jacket and coconut leaf printed runner and POCO AND JACKY aubergine shorts

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photographer/creative director: Sameep Singh, stylist: Dev Sood @ Mezora Talents hair/makeup: Cassandra Kehren @ Mezora Talents, model: Tez Fiserova @ Inega Models styling assistants: Shirley Marks and Viral Vyas

MARK & SPENCER olive green shirt and bag, CAMMILA AND MARK white leather crop top and MADISON silver pleated skirt

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ZARA camel brown suede jacket, red pleated pants and golden platform shoes and LA SENZA lace bra

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MADISON multi-colored suede dress and AFTER SHOCK LONDON golden side bag

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FARAH SANJANA white tube top, MADISON multi-colored skirt, SHINGORA scarf, SHOE EXPRESS shoes and AFTER SHOCK LONDON accessories

FARAH SANJANA white tube top, MADISON multi-colored skirt, SHOE EXPRESS shoes and AFTER SHOCK LONDON accessories

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AFTER SHOCK LONDON golden dress, MARK & SPENCER green jacket, FOSSIL watch and ZARA black gladiators


3 Filles Models of the moment Charissa Du Plessis @ Ice models, Nicole Meyer @ Outlaws models and Kyla Amy Close @ Ice models celebrate summer with smile on their faces and a crisp summer style. Photographs by Camille Chaudeurge

makeup by Jen Fechter @ Gloss Artist Management

makeup assistant: Cym Clarke Van Niekerk @ Gloss Artist management

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Charissa: Country Road jersey and H&M bikini bottoms Kyla: Topshop shirt and bikini bottoms Nicole: Zara fringe top

Kyle: Billabong swimsuit Nicole: Etam bikini

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Topshop shirt and bikini bottoms

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Topshop bodysuits

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Charissa: Princesse Tam Tam bikini top and Country Road skirt Kyla: Country Road turtleneck and Witchery bikini bottoms

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Topshop bodysuit

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Urban Outfitters cropped jersey top and Sandro jeans

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Kyla: Country Road turtleneck Charissa: Princesse Tam Tam bikini top and Country Road skirt Nicole: H&M dress

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Billabong swimsuit

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Country Road top and H&M bikini bottoms

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Zara dress

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Etam bikini

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Topshop shirts

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illustration by sara gilbert


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Jute Magazine - Summer 2016  

Jute Magazine is a submission based fashion, beauty, and fine art magazine. We celebrate the eclectic and eccentric. At Jute, we know that f...

Jute Magazine - Summer 2016  

Jute Magazine is a submission based fashion, beauty, and fine art magazine. We celebrate the eclectic and eccentric. At Jute, we know that f...


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