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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

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CONTRIBUTORS

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“CODES DE COULEUR” Ivan Balderramo and Mayra Troncoso

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“HARAJUKU GIRL” Sally Ann and Emily May Gunawan

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“ANYA DEE STYLE” Lynzi Judish

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“TOKYO CHROMA” Kohji Hakamada

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“POP THAT ART” Rebecca Elizabeth Tate

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“GRACJA WANIEWSKA” Stefania Pruscino

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“ETHEREAL” Maiken Staak

ON THE COVER: photographer COLINE GASCON, stylist/designer RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI, makeup MYLÈNE LOUVIN, model CLARISSE LANC

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“MONORED” Stefania Pruscino

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(COVER) “99 LUFTBALLONS” Coline Gascon

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“A SURREAL DREAM” Vince Aung

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“FAIR ESSENCE” Rebecca Marie

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“TOYING AROUND” Jasdip Sagu

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”MAY THE ODDS BE EVER IN YOUR FAVOR” Lynzi Judish

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“VERMILLION” Josefien Hoekstra

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“EXREME WAYS” Simon Minardi

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“ARTISANE” Silke Schlotz

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“ESSENSE GOLDE” Chris Geracitano


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-LET TER FROM THE EDITOR

As you may h ave n o t iced, I h ave dec ided to s pli t our M arch issue into t wo p ar ts. We re ce i ve d s o many amazin g sub missio ns this m u c h that I couldn’t h elp want in g to p ubl is h them al l ! Fu r the r more, we h ad t wo ver y dist inc t s t y l es a m ongs t the edito r ials. R at h er t h an m as h them both toge ther, it made a lo t mo re s ens e to pl ay a ccord i ng to t h eir st ren gt h s. S o I fig u red: w hy no t jus t have t w ice t h e f un t h is month? We lco me to par t t wo ! Here we wel co m e the play fu l s i d e o f avant- garde, a side I didn’t expec t to s e e i n s uch vo lume in t h e submis s io ns. Howe ve r, the mo re I lo o ked over t h in g s, the m o re I couldn’t he lp smilin g! I t h in k we’ ll bo th be abl e to a gre e that th e creat ivit y an d wh ims y in this is s u e i s nothi ng sh o r t o f asto un din g.

XOXO, Lynzi Editor-in-Chief

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contributors

editor-in-chief/designer LYNZI JUDISH

copy editor CHLOE BUNDT

features editor STEFANIA PRUSCINO

marketing director NICOLE SCHAAP

webitorial designer MATTHEW VITA

faces designer MAYA MCCOMAS

web developer DAVE BROWN

contributing photgraphers

CHRIS GERACITANO COLINE GASCON EMILY MAY GUNAWAN IVAN BALDERRAMO JASDIP SAGU JOSEFIEN HOEKSTRA KOHJI HAKAMADA LYNZI JUDISH MAIKEN STAAK MAYRA TRONCOSO REBECCA ELIZABETH TATE REBECCA MARIE SALLY ANN SILKE SCHLOTZ SIMON MINARDI VINCE AUNG

contributing writers

LYNZI JUDISH STEFANIA PRUSCINO

featured artists

ANYA DEE STYLE GRACJA WANIEWSKA MONORED

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CODES DE COLOUR photographer: IVAN BALDERRAMO & MAYRA TRONCOSO, stylist: IRENE ZUCCHIATTI hair/makeup: Silvia Ileana Stella, model: Nicole @ womenmanagement.it styling assistant: Grazia Morelli

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dress ALBERTO ZAMBELLI, culotte MARCO & MARCO

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jacket SOPRANI, pants SWEET MATILDA, earrings HOUSE OF HOLLAND

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jacket ALICE TAMBUR, pants ALBERTO ZAMBELLI, shoes H. WILLIAMS, hat PHILIP TREACY

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dress MOSCHINO CHEAP & CHIC, hat SUPERDUPER HATS

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shrug JIL SANDER, necklace YOKO, collar KOR@KOR

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jacket SOPRANI, pants SWEET MATILDA, earrings HOUSE OF HOLLAND

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glasses CHELSEA MARKET NY

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top AVARO FIGLIO, ring MARC JACOBS

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bag BENEDETTA BRUZZICHES, shrug JIL SANDER, shorts MARCO & MARCO

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HARAJUKU GIRL photographer SALLY ANN & EMILY MAY GUNAWAN designer DEASY TANTRA hair/makeup Hanae Mikami Model: Emma @ Scene Model Management

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Anya Dee Style interview by Lynzi Judish

Where are you from and where do you currently reside?

Who are your favorite labels/models/icons in the fashion industry?

I live on the coast of the Baltic Sea in a small country, Lithuania. I was born here, though I am a mixed nationalities child; my par- I‘m very expressive and a bit of extravagant person, that‘s why ents came here from different backgrounds. my “soulmates” are Daphne Guinness and the one and only Isabella Blow, who was one of the muses behind Alexander McWhat made you decide that fashion illustration is your call- Queen. I like different couture houses and models, depends on ing? my mood, I can see beauty almost in everything and everyone, so for me – everyone is inspiring and beautiful as they come. It certainly wasn‘t a one-day decision. I’ve been working as a professional photographer and stylist for about eight years, how- Do you have a favorite piece in your body of work? ever I always felt that this was not exactly the way I want to express myself insofaras fashion and art. I‘ve been drawing since I always love the last piece I create the most, however when the I was very young; I just had to hear the voice inside myself and day comes that I find some things I dislike in it, it moves me go back to the basics: drawing combined with my interest and forward and motivates me to keep on drawing to get better and knowledge in fashion and the arts. It ended up being a clear pro- better! fession: fashion illustrator. What does fashion illustration have that a photography does Can you tell us a bit about your process and techniques? not? It depends on the task I have to illustrate. Sometimes, I only use For me this is a very personal question, because I came to illusa pencil or black ink and water. However, I also like watercolors. trating from being a photographer for a long time. I just feel so They bring so much joy to me, mixing and layering them. overwhelmed when touching the paper, mixing colors and creating my own fantasy world. In essence, photography was not the Do you ever use a computer or programs as a part of your source to express my ideas in a complete way. illustrations? If you could illustrate for anything or anyone, who or what Yes. Sometimes I combine my handpainted ilustrations with a would it be? bit of digital art usually to add some volume to the colors - make them more vibrant or bright. My goal is to be a featured artist and work for Vogue all around the world. If I am already reaching for the stars--then only for the Where do you draw inspiration? brightest ones! I try to be thankful for everything and every day in my life so finding inspiration is not an issue for me. I wake up and go to sleep in a creative mood, always full of ideas. The fact that I have to make tons of new illustrations tomorrow makes me very happy!

Where can we see more/purchase your work? My main webpage is: www.anadeestyle.com However I usually post my latest works on my Facebook fanpage and, of course, contacting in person is always a better idea when it comes to making a collaboration happen or creating an individual commission, depending on the purpose. https://www.facebook.com/anya.dee.style instagram: @anadeestyle

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“I can see beauty almost in everything and everyone, so for me – everyone is inspiring and beautiful as they come.“

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Tokyo Chroma photographer KOHJI HAKAMADA @ STASH MANAGEMENT stylist KAZU @ WORLD STYLING hair Hiroko Yanoh makeup Makoto models Yui @ IMage and Yuka Sekimizu @ Satoru Japan

dress ATSUSHI NAKASIMA, ring, earrings UNO de 50 JUTE MAGAZINE • 32


dress ATSUSHI NAKASIMA,bracelet, necklace UNO de 50 JUTE MAGAZINE • 33


coat, pants, top, earrings MAME, shoes ANDREW KAYLA JUTE MAGAZINE • 34


coat, onepiece AKIRA NAKA, necklace EMU FUJITA, shoes ANDREW KAYLA JUTE MAGAZINE • 35


both complete looks JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN JUTE MAGAZINE • 36


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complete look by LIMI FEU JUTE MAGAZINE • 38


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model left: onepiece MULLER of YOSHIOKUBO, sunglasses EMU FUJITA model right: onepiece TSUMORI CHISATO, rings LYLY ERLANDSSON, bangle CODY SANDERSON

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top, shorts SUE UNDERCOVER, rings LYLY ERLANDSSON JUTE MAGAZINE • 41


Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - 288 & Blau3 Mascara: MAC False Lashes Extreme Black Lips: BENEFIT Lipgloss - Friends in High Places JUTE MAGAZINE • 42


POP THAT

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photographer: REBECCA ELIZABETH TATE hair/makeup: Polly Joy Crafter, model: Holly Holston

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Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid - NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - 509 & blue craft glitter Mascara: MAC False Lashes - Extreme Black Lips: BENEFIT Lipgloss - Friends in High Places

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Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid - NW20 Eyes: STARGAZER Glitter Shaker Mascara: MAC False Lashes - Extreme Black Lips: ILLAMASQUA Intense Lipgloss - Galactic

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Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - 509 & Blau3, MAC Pigment Colour Powder Magenta Madness, pink craft glitter Mascara: MAC False Lashes - Extreme Black Lips: BENEFIT Lipgloss - Friends In High Places, pink craft glitter JUTE MAGAZINE • 46


Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour Blau3, P30, 288, 509 & Gr42 Mascara: MAC False Lashes Extreme Black Lips: BENEFIT Silky Lip Balm

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Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - 288 & blue craft glitter Mascara: MISS SPORTY - 002 Extreme Turquoise Lips: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - Blau3 & BENEFIT Silky Lip Balm

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Base: MAC Studio Fix Fluid NW20 Eyes: KRYOLAN Aquacolour - 509 & Gr42 Mascara: MAC False Lashes Extreme Black Lips: MAC Pigment Colour Powder Magenta Madness & BENEFIT Silky Lip Balm

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Gracja Waniewska: Fine Artist and Photographer by Stefania Pruscino Originally from Wroclaw, Poland mixed media artist, Gracja Waniewska, talks with Jute about the artists that have influenced her work and why she likes to capture everyday scenes, life situations, human emotions and all that surrounds us. Without having any formal training, she considers herself a lifelong student of the arts. Taking inspiration from artists such as: Pablo Picasso, Tamara Lempicka, Gustav Klimt, Edward Steichen, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino, and Patrick Demarchelier her work encompasses a variety of forms. From illustrations, to paintings, to photography she finds that using several different mediums keeps her work fresh and relevant. “I don’t have a favorite medium. When I work with pencil for a while, I like to switch to marker or charcoal. When I feel like getting dirty, I paint, but when I need a break I’ll take photographs.” When asked what she would do if she were not an artist Gracja simply answered, “That is not an option.” You can see Gracja Waniewska’s work on: Instagram: @ArtByGart Twitter: @ArtByGart Facebook: G-Art Gracja Waniewska Photography & Fine Art

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dress LIISI EESMAA

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dress MARIT ILISON

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jacket KAIRIIN RUUVEN, pants ANU RAAT, leggings MARIT ILISON JUTE MAGAZINE • 58


shirt, apron KAIRIIN RUUVEN JUTE MAGAZINE • 59


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shirt KAIRIIN RUUVEN JUTE MAGAZINE • 61


headpiece BRITT SAMOSON, jacket LIISI EESMAA, skirt (worn as dress) ANU RAAT JUTE MAGAZINE • 62


headpiece BRITT SAMOSON, dress MARIT ILISON, apron KAIRIIN RUUVEN JUTE MAGAZINE • 63


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MONORED: The Antithesis 2015 by Stefania Pruscino

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MONORED’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection entitled Herbaria, is the antitheses between the strong architectural lines of the Berlin Jewish Museum and the organic surroundings of the building. The collection exists at the border between the lightness and harshness of the conceptual history of this building. The theoretic translation lies on the crossover of the oversized shapes and delicate fabrics and prints. The dead dry flowers translate into feminine colors, which emphasize the contradiction between beauty and the memory of a lost being. Organic prints, pastel colors and soft fabrics with transparencies cohabit silently in a game of proportions with oversized and sharp construction. Where are MONORED’s roots and where do you reside cur- Which artists, living or dead, has most influenced MONrently? ORED’s design aesthetic? Monored is a Portuguese womenswear label. We are from a We love so many designers and brands, it’s hard to say. Balenciacozy seaside town in north Portugal. We live and work in Por- ga, Céline, Raf Simons… tugal, where the studio has been based since we launched the brand in 2010. What other creative fields influence your work? How has the brand changed over time? The brand presents itself as dynamic, contemporary and functional. Our focus is to be understood by our target audience and over time our design changed because we were working to materialize these concepts into a desirable product. Today our design is much more clear and clean; we try to create pieces that work easily without losing our identity. We’ve tried to find a balance between aesthetics and functionality.

Visual arts such as painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, but also history, cinema and advertising. If you were not a designer, what would you be doing? None of us can imagine having a different sort life. Perhaps we’d be travelling around the world searching for new kinds of inspiration.

What sparked the design teams interest in creating MONORED? Monored is a collective of creators with different backgrounds and perspectives on the fields of Fashion Design, Textile Industry and Media. We all grew up with a deep care for fashion, clothing, design and trends. Together we felt that it would be possible – and easier - to turn our interest into a real product. Who is the MONORED women? The Monored woman is young, urban and global. She likes to look and feel comfortable and trendless at the same time, without sacrificing her personality. We design for us but mostly for her. Functional and versatile shapes with a minimal approach and special attention to detail are the main focus of each collection. The brand is based on the technological, daily and fast cosmopolitism, but also on the individual, with the concern to understand the female body and her intimacy. Photography: Dulce Daniel Photography Hair & make-up: Marlene Vinha / Pretty exquisite Image Consulting Model: Sara Carvalho / Central Models Fashion Artwork: Eduarda Brandão Rua Armindo Barbosa dos Santos, 124 4905-363 Barroselas/ Viana do Castelo +351 960 007 468 press@monored.com.pt www.monored.com.pt www.facebook.com/monoredbrand

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“Today our design is much more clear and clean; we try to create pieces that work easily without losing our identity. We’ve tried to find a balance between aesthetics and functionality.”

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dress RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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99 Luftballons photographer: COLINE GASCON, designer/stylist: RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI makeup: Mylène Louvin, model: Clarisse Lanc

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coat RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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coat RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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jacket THIERRY MUGLER

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t-shirt GUCCI

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dress RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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dress, glasses RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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dress RAPHAËLLE H’LIMI

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A Surreal D ream photographer: VINCE AUNG, stylist: CHAW CHAW SU SAN hair/makeup: Melissa Arambula, model: Liz Knox production assistant: Marisa Llamas

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top MOLOKO, skirt NIGHT SCENE JUTE MAGAZINE • 85


top, skirt FOREVER 21

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hat, dress LIZ KNOX and VINCE AUNG

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top MOLOKO

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Fair Essense

photographer: REBECCA MARIE, stylist: JILL CARTER hair: Meredith Boles @ Matthew Morris Salon & Skincare, makeup: Stephanie Klasse models: Brittni B. @ Donna Baldwin, Peyton @ Wilhelmina Denver, Jacqueline J. @ Wilhelmina Denver wardrobe provided by Frisk Boutique

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Skin: MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Foudation #117, TEMPTU SB foundation 001, MAC face and body foundation C1 Cheeks: KEVIN AUCOIN Dolline and Candlelight Eyes: MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Black, MAC Goldmine, MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette, KEVIN AUCOIN #5 eyeshadow Palette Lips: OCC Lip Tar, BEN NYE Orange eyeshadow Brows: SENNA Brow shaping Duo in Brunette

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Skin: MAKE UP FOREVER HD Foudation #117, TEMPTU SB foundation 001, MAC face and body foundation C1 Cheeks: KEVIN AUCOIN Dolline and Candlelight Eyes: MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua black, MAKE UP FOR EVER #92, BEN NYE Orange, KEVIN AUCOIN #5 and #6 Eyeshadow Palette Lips: OCC Lip Tar Brows: SENNA Brow Shaping Duo in Blonde

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Skin: MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Foundation #117, TEMPTU SB foundation 001, MAC face and body foundation C1 Cheeks: LAURA GELLAR Blush-nBrighten in Boysenberry, KEVIN AUCOIN Candlelight Eyes: KEVIN AUCOIN Eye Shadow Palette in #5 and #6, MAKE UP FOR EVER Eyeshadow #92, BEN NYE Magenta, MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Black Lips: OCC Lip Tar Brows: SENNA BROW Shaping Duo in Brunette

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dress VINGI WONG, shoes, socks TOPSHOP, necklace ZARA, accessories CLAIRE’S

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Toying Around photographer JASDIP SAGU stylist AMRIT SAGU hair Patrick Forini makeup Preeti C @ Fabublush models Charlotte T @ Gingersnap Modeling Agency, Claire Bodie @ Gingersnap Modeling Agency, and Alice Rosano

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dress, bracelet CIARA MONAHAN, necklace CLAIRE’S, shoes NIKE, socks TOPSHOP

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dress VINGI WONG, necklace, pom poms DULCIE ROSE PORTMAN, shoes SCHUH, socks TOPSHOP, rings CLAIRE’S

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bag, dress DULCIE ROSE PORTMAN, shoes OFFICE, leggings, socks TOPSHOP, hat CLAIRE’S JUTE MAGAZINE • 100


dress ELINA PRIHA, shoes PRIVILEDGED, socks, necklace, ring TOPSHOP, bracelet SOHEARTISTIC ETSY SHOP

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top, skirt VALERIA MELADO, jewelry, socks, shoes TOPSHOP, ears CLAIRE’S JUTE MAGAZINE • 102


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May the Odds be Ever in Your Favor! photographer: LYNZI JUDISH, creative director: JACK GRATTON, designer: J-CHAN’S DESIGNS hair/makeup/nails: The Artistic Team at Emily Griffith Technical College, artistic team leads:Jack Gratton & Laurie Murdoch, hair color/products: Joico/BSG

Capitol Couture has been waiting eagerly for the next wave of incredible images of our cherished Elite, and here they are! With collaborations with Cherry Petenbrink, lead colorist of the Hunger Games, the Artistic Team of Emily Griffith Technical College, we bring to your series inspired by the Hunger Games.

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Model: Marlo Vernon @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Haley Johnson JUTE MAGAZINE • 105


Model: Catina Shoemaker @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Manuel Gonzales, TeBereye Diawara, Jason Boan

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Model: Kelsey Reese @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Aspen Westfall

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Model: Megan Smith @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Alejandra Grrillo, Karina Bonilla, Ana Cisneros JUTE MAGAZINE • 108


Model: Tyler Vines Hair and Makeup: Elizabeth Woodward JUTE MAGAZINE • 109


Model: Alyssa Decambra @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Dalayah Johnson, Mikayla Garth JUTE MAGAZINE • 110


Model: Nieve Heskin @ nxtlMODEL Hair and Makeup: Ieesha Meza, Tatiana Wright JUTE MAGAZINE • 111


Model: Tracie Khokhlov-Skakovsky @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Ivana Molet, Nicole Trujillo JUTE MAGAZINE • 112


Model: Maya McComas @ nxtlMODEL Hair and Makeup: Megan Zimmerman, Deannicka Warburton JUTE MAGAZINE • 113


Model: Jasmine Hicks @ Donna Baldwin Agency Hair and Makeup: Jay Kennedy-Antillon, Brittany Dubose JUTE MAGAZINE • 114


Model: Madison Spialek @ nxtlMODEL Hair: Lavonya Washington, makeup: Beth Sunblade, nails: Deborah Gonzales JUTE MAGAZINE • 115


dress MIN LI, shoes SAINT LAURENT

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photographer JOSEFIEN HOEKSTRA stylist LIZ SCARLET hair Ilona Pouw @ Michel Arendsen makeup Suzanne van Schie model Isabelle Horlings

VERMILLION

outfit PETRA DUDEA

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outfit PETRA DUDEA, shoes SAINT LAURENT

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dress FLORA MIRANDA

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EXREME WAYS photographer/retoucher: SIMON MINARDI , stylist: DIANA AQUILA hair: Erica Mandelli, makeup: Silvia Mangano model: Atikah @ Major Models Milan, styling assistant Marco Furia

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total look CHICCA LUALDI

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total look LA PARISIENNE CAPRI

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top, parka DROME, skirt MESSAGERIE

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top MARTA FERRARI, pants DROME

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total look MESSAGERIE

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dress ALBERTO ZAMBELLI

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sweater ANGELO FRANI, pants AIMO RICHLY

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coat LEONIE BARTH, bra LA PERLA, white shorts ADAM LIPPES, striped shorts COS, shoes MARNIE, jewelry OTTOMAN HANDS JUTE MAGAZINE • 128


ARTISANE photographer/edit SILKE SCHLOTZ stylist MAREJKE SCHMIDT hair/makeup Patrick Susic model Jessica F. @ Brody Bookings assistant Annika Schmidt

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top PROENZA SCHOULER, dress LEONIE BARTH, necklace MAREJKE SCHMIDT, rings, bracelets OTTOMAN HANDS, shoes TAMARIS JUTE MAGAZINE • 130


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turban MAREJKE SCHMIDT, jacket COS, dress LEONIE BARTH, belt BALMAIN, shoes TAMARIS, necklace ASOS PREMIUM JUTE MAGAZINE • 132


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jacket LEONIE BARTH, blouse ISABEL MARANT ETOILE, shorts ADAM LIPPES JUTE MAGAZINE • 134


hat TETE DE BOIS, pullover LEONIE BARTH, skirt STELLA JEAN, socks COS, shoes JILL SANDER, necklace MADE, rings OTTOMAN HANDS

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pullover LEONIE BARTH, skirt STELLA JEAN, necklace MADE, rings OTTOMAN HANDS

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Hadu Jiban, traditional vintage kimono, Tsukuri obi sash, Kanzashi, Katana Samurai Sword

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Essense of Gold photographer: CHRIS GERACITANO, stylist: HARUKO @ KAZARI & ZIGUZAGI hair: Chris Geracitano art director @ Maison Tsumiki Emporium using Shu Uemura art of hair makeup: Caroline Daoud, model: Rowena Xi Kang @ Chadwick Models assistants: Hiro Hori, Pasquale Porciello, and Lauren Galea

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Hadu Jiban, formal mens wedding kimono, vintage woven silk, cow teeth necklace (Papua)

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Hadu Jiban, silk kimono, hand beaded necklace, Tempal ornament

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formal mens wedding kimono, Hakama, “Miao” Chinese minority group necklace, Biwa (Lute) traditional Japanese instrument

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Hadu Jiban, formal mens wedding kimono, Hakama, hand beaded necklace, silk blue floral kimono

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“Yoroi” Japanese suit of armor, Katana samurai sword

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Jute Magazine - VOLUME XIX Part 2  

Jute magazine celebrates the individual fashionista. It’s about fashion at all levels and finding your own style by mixing and matching. We...

Jute Magazine - VOLUME XIX Part 2  

Jute magazine celebrates the individual fashionista. It’s about fashion at all levels and finding your own style by mixing and matching. We...

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