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DI MODA Letter from the Editor

Who Runs the World? First and foremost I wish to thank those that made this issue possible. We are back again, the second issue is here! I am happy to say that the magazine is getting better and better every day. This all thanks to those amazing submissions we get every week from talented artists. No matter what language we speak or what county we live in, art is a universal language where feelings and visions can be portrayed through an image. I wish to give an opportunity to different artists and decided to add a beauty section. This particular section will be used to feature beauty spreads, detailing the makeup artist’s work and favorite makeup products. So be creative and send us your work. Jessica Rowell from J-Chan’s designs will be part of our new section “Artist of the month”. I decided to add this section to acknowledge the hard work and talent of the artiste. I hope that this will help them expose their work and expand their brand. If you wish to be part of this section, please send us your story or links of your work to be considered. Editor in chief Kevin Alexander

We are experiencing an era of gender-bending deviance. Where femininity has reached an all-time high; with a chic emphasize on the man. Smudging the ambiguous line between female empowerment and androgyny—we’ll celebrate with a bold lip and bushy brow. The love for a woman with timeless Kate Moss cheek bones is nothing new. We’ve admired the indulgence of women draped in men’s clothing for decades but its significance has never been more prevailing than now. Particularly in the beauty industry. 90’s minimalism is back in full force. This season we want dewy skin, bare lids, and popsicle stained mouths. We want naturally textured hair—cropped or knotted into an unruly bun. The modern woman is chic. She’s multi-facited. Busy at work and home, squeezing in time at the gym and some what a social life. And so when it comes to makeup, it’s all about embracing her natural beauty and added a deep cherry colored lip to keep things exciting. Who has time for eyebrow waxing and smoky eyes? Instead we’ll preserve those for special occasions and dinner date. So let’s embrace the rise of the working woman. Because let’s face it, girls do it better than boys. By: Imani Love - Beauty editor

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IN THIS ISSUE 04 YANN FERON: ROBIN EDGE 12 SALAL CROSSLEY: DAY DREAMER 16 KEVIN ALEXANDER: FASHION FACULTY 22 ARTHUR SYSOEV: BLACK BIRD

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26 OLGA ZAVERSHINSKAYA: SUPREMATIS 30 ARTIST OF THE MONTH J-CHAN’S DESIGNS 32 LYNZI JUDISH: JEZEBEL JUXTAPOSED 38 ELLODI DESROCHERS: BREAK THE SHELL 44 ROMAN RUDENKO: DELICATE ROSE 48 PETER YIP: RED 52 ARTHUR SYSOEV: S-I P-s 58 KEVIN ALEXANDER: IMMERSO 64 MAXIM GIRILO: ALL-OR-NOTHING 70 KATERINA KHOKHLOVA: MOUNTAINS FALLING 74 MAASERHIT HONDA: JAPANESE FOUR SEASONS IN ONE DAY 78 KEVIN ALEXADNER: DROM 82 HERMINO RODRIGUES: BACK TO THE MARKET GARDEN 86 SERGIO TRICANICO: AFTER LIFE

THE COVER PHOTOGRAPHER: ROMAN RUDENKO WWW.ROMANAR.RU MUA AND STYLING BY: MARIA AFANASIEVA MODEL: ELIZABETH STARCHAK


NECKPIECE WITH SCARF BY 1974 BLACK DRESS WITH SHEER SIDES BY IRON SHOES BY BCBG OPPOSITE SWIMSUIT BY SHIVAN AND NARRESH TOP BY SHERRI BODELL

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PHOTOGRAPHER: YANN FERON WWW.YANNFERON.COM MODEL: ROBIN EDGE @ MUSE MAKEUP: LEGEND STYLIST: KEVIN STINSON JEAN MARC CHOFFEL HAIR

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BLACK SUIT JACKET BY KAMAROV RED HAT: YOUNG CHIK(ALLEN BROWN) SWIMSUIT: SHIVAND AND NARRESH OPPOSITE ZEBRA PRINT DRESS BY SHRRI BODELL HEAD PIECE BY 1974

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GENERAL INFORMATION info@dimodamagazine.com EDITOR IN CHIEF, KEVIN ALEXANDER editor@dimodamagazine.com

MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHERS AT WWW.DIMODAMAGAZINE.COM

BEAUTY EDITOR imanilove@dimodamagazine.com  SUBMISSIONS submissions@dimodamagazine.com

FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/DIMODAMAGAZINE INSTAGRAM: @ DIMODA_MAGAZINE #DIMODAMAGAZINE ________________________________________________________________________

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EBZESFBNFS PHOTOGRAPHER: SALAL CROSSLEY MODEL: CHRISTINA DAWN ROOST ASSISTANT: AYANO MATSUBARA

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PHOTOGRAPHER: KEVIN ALEXANDER ASSISTANT/VIDEOGRAPHER: EFRAIN LEAL MAKEUP: LINDSAY AMBROSIO MODEL: CHLOE DAVIS @ DONNA BALDWIN TALENT DESIGNER: CALLI ROCHE AND BRIANNA SHAFFER


PHOTOGRAPHED AT THE HIGHLAND BRIDGE IN DENVER, CO. CHLOE DAVIS WEARS A WOOL FELT CAPE LINED IN WAX PRINT COTTON BY DESIGNER CALLI ROCHE. THE CAPE IS WORN OVER A DEERSKIN LEATHER BRA BY BRIANNA SHAFFER. AND ASYMMETRIC HIGH WAISTED PANTS BY CALLI ROCHE. AND BLACK PLATFORM ANKLE SHOES.

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SILK SATIN DRESS WITH SPIKED SHOULDER DETAIL BY CALLI ROCHE.

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PHOTOGRAPHER: ARTHUR SYSOEV MODEL: GRIGORY GAVRILOV, PETR LUG, VLAD MIKHAOILOV DESIGNER/MUA: PETR LUG

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PHOTOGRAPHER: OLGA ZAVERSHINSKAYA MODEL: LILIANA PHAM

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Suprematism

Olga Zavershinskaya We discovered Olga at a social network site. Her profile photo called our attention right way, it was a blonde, long haired young girl. She was wearing the famous “cone of shame” and holding a cat. We started digging for more information about this girl, the more we were looking on her website the more we were falling in love with her work. The images involved a lot of different shapes, carbon props and amazing black & white nudity. So we decided to get in touch with Olga. When we told her about our magazine and what we had in mind for this issue she quickly responded. Olga Zavershinskaya was born in Voronezh, Russia. But for now she lives and works in Czech Republic. Her passion for photography started in 2007 . We discovered that Olga not only likes to be the photographer on set, she also likes to do the model’s hair, makeup and styling. There were only three things that we needed to know. DiModa: Where do you get your inspiration from? Olga: I find inspiration in any kind of visual info, starting from a walk down the street to going to the movies. DiModa: Besides photography, what other activities/hobbies do you do? Olga: I do not have a lot of free time not connected with photography, usually i spend my free time editing or working on personal photo projects. But if i have an our free i read. DiModa: can you give me an advise for young aspiring photographers? Olga: Help yourself and others will help you. visit her website at www.armene.com

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DI MODA Artist of the Month

Toy Guns and Denim An Interview with Jessica Rowell for J- Chan’s Designs Although a majority of her market rests within the valleys of Los Angeles she caught our attention when we began recognizing her thematic headdresses garnishing some of our favorite local models; with neon-colored toy guns, pine cones, and refurbished Christmas ornaments it’s hard to ignore such a refined talent. We started doing a little digging. Jessica Rowell, a self-proclaimed artist “re-identified her purpose as a Costumier by realizing the needs of her evolving collective of collaborators and clientele.” But we wanted to know a little more, so we set up a Starbucks coffee date to chat. The day of, in walks a woman with pink- ombre’d hair and floral pants, a pair of worn snow boots and a sequined cardigan. You’d expect a big flashy personality to go along with her personal style and brand but after a quick forty-five minute interview we learned that she allows the clothes to do the talking.

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DiModa: So when did you start designing clothes? Jessica Rowell: When I was fifteen I began designing anime and fantasy costumes for cosplayers who attended thematic conventions and annual events, it eventually escalated into the work that I produce today. DiModa: Is that where you find most of your inspiration? Jessica Rowell: My earlier works were primarily inspired by Japanese street-wear and subculture, but today my designs don’t necessarily uphold a generalized theme. Instead, each individual piece is more-so a reflection of my surroundings. DiModa: Well, we know you travel to Tinsel Town a lot. How did you start getting involved with people on the coast?


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Jessica Rowell: Networking is a huge part of what I do; when I was younger I dedicated a majority of my time to developing connections beyond Denver. Los Angeles showed the most interest in my work, so becoming involved in their community was natural. DiModa: Who are some of the people that you’ve worked with? Jessica Rowell: Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with several talented artists, most notably with photographers Austin Young and Allan Amato, and more recently with celebrity fashion blogger and model Audrey Kitching. DiModa: Wow! Where do you see J- Chan’s Designs heading? Jessica Rowell: Sometime this year I plan to re-locate to Los Angeles, but eventually I’d like to transition to New York as well as strengthen my market overseas in London, Paris and Milan. DiModa: That’s great. What kinds of materials have you been working with lately? Jessica Rowell: Lately I’ve been using a lot old recycled denim jeans. I have a love for lace appliqués which I’ve started to incorporate in my recent pieces. I don’t limit myself to one particular style, print, or fabric. Each piece that I create is personalized to how I feel or where I’m at in any given moment.

And with that, the interview was over. She allowed us to dig into her trunk of treasures and experience the nostalgia of each hand made piece; it was evident to us that the quintessential fantasy of fashion is still Ameri thriving. J- Chan Designs goes against the all- American casually chic aesthetic and evokes something a little more emotional. Her label is a clear affirmation that the future is now. We wish you good luck in all of your future endeavors Jessica and say thank you. (You can see some of her customized work featured in our beauty editorial ‘Immerso.’ Photographed by our Editor in Chief KAlexander and makeup by Lindsay Ambrosio.) -Told by: Imani Love

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JEZEBEL JUXTAPOSED PHOTOGRAPHER: LYNZI JUDISH MODEL: TIGER KAUFMAN DESIGNER: VINCENT CANTILLON HMUA: AMANDA RICHARDSON

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BOTH PAGES A GOTHIC VENITIAN MASK WITH BLACK FEATHERS AND COLLAR, ALL CREATED BY VINCENT CANTILLON - BLACK LEATHER LEGGINGS

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“GOBLIN QUEEN” BLACK MASK BY VINCENT CANTILLON OPPOSITE A PHEASANT WING COLLAR

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BOTH PAGES A “WINTER PAGAN” WHITE MASK BY VINCENT CANTILLON

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Break The  Shell PHOTOGRAPHER: ELODIE DESROCHERS MODEL: LISA MARIE CHARRON STYLIST: ROXANNE CHAGNON MAKEUP: LISA MARIE CHARRON HAIR: JESSICA MONETTE

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OPPOSITE THE TOP WAS HANDMADE BY STYLIST ROXANNE BLACK LEATHER SHORTS : Y!DNA

TRANSLUCENT TOP BY URBAN PLANET BLACK LEATHER SHORTS : Y!DNA

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Delicate Rose PHOTOGRAPHER: ROMAN RUDENKO WWW.ROMANAR.RU HAIR/MAKEUP AND STYLING BY: MARIA AFANASIEVA MODEL: ELIZABETH STARCHAK

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PHOTOGRAPHER: PETER YIP MODEL: INDIGO GOSS MAKEUP: NATALIE BENNETTE HAIR: JAMES ANTHONY KING

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THE LOOK LUCAS PAWPAW OINTMENT BOBBI BROWN-FOUNDATION STICK-COLOUR:SAND MAC-MATCHMASTER FOUNDATION-COLOUR: 2 MAC-PREP AND PRIME INVISIBLE TRANSLUCENT FINISHING POWDER SHU UMUERA- PAINTING LINER-COLOUR:BLACK INGLOT-MATT EYESHADOW: COLOUR:391 MAC- PREP AND PRIME LASH DIORSHOW MASCARA-COLOUR RICH BLACK MAC-EYE KHOL-COLOUR SMOLDER MAKEUP FOREVER-FLASH COLOUR PALETTE-COLOUR SILVER MAC-SCULPTING POWDER-COLOUR: SCULPT

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S-I P-s PHOTOGRAPHER: ARTHUR SYSOEV MODEL: EVA ANTONOVA MAKEUP: NASTYA SOKOR DESIGNER: ZHANNAMERTS

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IMMERSO

PHOTOGRAPHER: KEVIN ALEXANDER WWW.KALEXANDERFOTOGRAPHY.COM MAKEUP: LINDSAY AMBROSIO WWW.MAKEUPMADAME.COM MODEL: BRITTNI TUCKER @ DONNA BALDWIN AGENCY DESIGNER/STYLIST: JESSICA ROWELL @ J-CHAN’S DESIGNS WWW.JCHANSDESIGNS.COM

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THIS IS A LOOK TO WEAR OUT. PRODUCTS USED A BRIGHT GREEN PIGMENT. OPPOSITE WHEN PLANNING THIS UHHHH-MAZING PROJECT, MYSELF AND KEVIN BOTH AGREED THAT WE WANTED THE MAKEUP TO “POP”. FOR THIS LOOK WE WANTED A COLOR THAT WOULD COMPLIMENT THE HEAD PIECE AND THE MODEL. I USED ARRAY OF PRODUCT TO ACHIVE THE LOOK. I USED A - BEN-NYE MAGICAKE AQUA PAINT. - YELLOW AND GOLD PIGMENTS FOR THE EYES. - THINK BLACK GEL LINER - HEAVY FALSE LASH. AND TOPPED IT OFF WITH GOLD METALLIE LIP. BY: LINDSAY AMBROSIO WWW.MAKEUPMADAME.COM

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INSPIRED BY THE CARTOON “ JEM AND THE HOLLIGRAMS” LINDSAY CREATED THIS COLORFULL/DRAMATIC LOOK. FOR THIS LOOK - WOLF FACE PAINT (EYES) - A BLUE LIPSTICK AND PIGMENT (LIPS)


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A GO BIG OR GO HOME LOOK. AN OMBRE’ CONCEPT MASK USING AN ARRAY OF BLUE TONES. EVEN THOUGH IT WAS THE MOST DRAMATIC LOOK IT ONLY TOOK 15 MINUTES TO EXECUTE.


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All or Nothing PHOTOGRAPHER: MAXIM GIRILO MODEL: KRISTINA KAZZ HAIR AND MAKEUP: ALENA DOROFEEVA STYLIST: DENIS CHECHKOV

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YELLOW TIGER PRINTED SKIRT BY KSENIYA ZUBANOVA WOOL BLACK AND RED SWEETER: PAL ZILERL, JEVELLERU NELLA MOSCVICHEV SWEAT-SHIRT. TOP SHOP TIE-T-ROY

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PHOTOGRAPHER: KATERINA KHOKHLOVA MODEL: EKATERINA LESHVANOVA HAIR & MAKEUP: YULIA BUKREEVA


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PRODUCTS USED SKINTONE: MAKE UP ATELIER WATERPROOF FOUNDATION 2Y EYES AND CONTOUR: MAKE UP ATELIER 5 AYESHADOW PALETTE BOIS DE LA ROSE T12 LIPS: JEANS HOME STUDIO LIPSTICK PALLETTE COLOUR 302 AND MAC GLASS GLOSS.

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PHOTOGRAPHER: MAASERHIT HONDA MODEL: HIKO ACHIHA MAKEUP: MOE YAMASHITA HAIR STYLIST: KOSUKE HASHIGUCHI HAIR STYLIST ASSISTANT: YONGRAE CHO HAIR STYLING: TONY & GUY HIROO


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EXPRESSING THE IMAGES AS LIGHT AS ACHERRY BLOSSOM IN SPRING AND EYES WITH LONG SLITS AT THE OUTER CORNERS MAKE WOMAN DEGNIFIED. FOUNDATION: LIQUID FOUNDATION N20 ( PRODUCT BRAND/KESALAN PATHARAN LIP: LIP COLOR 312P&305P (KESALAN PATHARAN) CHEEK: EYE SHADOW CHERRY PINK (HENRI V) OPPOSITE THE AUTUMN BASE IS QUITE MATTE TONE COMPARING TO SUMMER AS CHANGING SEASON TO WINTER. FOUNDATION: DW SHEER LIGHT FOUNDATION (GIVENCHY) EYES: PRINCESHELL EYE LINER (ADJUVANT)+COLOR ASSORT RAINBOW(MITSUYOSHI)

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USING A SHORT HAIR, NOT TOO STRONG MAKEUP BUT FEMININE AND SWEET FEELINGS OF WOMAN IN JAPAN. FOUNDATION: LIQUID FOUNDATION N 20 ( KESALAN PATHARAN) FACE: EXTRA DIMENSION SKIN FINISH SUPERB (MAC) EYELASH: FALSE EYELASHES ASIAN BROWN (ROSY ROSA) CHEEK: FACE COLOR 38 (KESALAN PATHARAN) LIP: LIP COLOR 607P (KESALAN PATHARAN)+ DIVINYLS LIP GLOSS VIVA VEGAS (TRUCCO) OPPOSITE FOUNDATION: DW SHEER LIGHT FOUNDATION (GIVENCHY) + STUDIO FIX NW15(MAC) LIP: SMALL EYE SHADOW ERECTRA (MAC)

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WHITE MULLET JACKET WITH OPEN BACK, HAND BEADED CORSET POLKA DOTTED KIMONO STYLE OBI BELT. OPPOSITE MULTI COLORAD FAUX MINI DRESS BY RAE MARIE TAN LEATHER BELT FROM TARGET COLOR BLOCK HEELS FROM TARGET

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BLACK SILK AND LACE DRESS WITH SLIT AND FAUX FUR CAPELET BY RAE MARIE BLACK BELT FROM ALDO NECKLACES FROM FOREVER 21 STEVE MADDEN BLACK PLATFORM HEELS WITH GOLD STUDS.

FRINGED CORSET WITH WOOL TAILORED SHORTS AND JACKET WITH FAUX SLEEVES BY RAE MARIE. NECKLACES FROM CHARMING CHARLIES AND TARGET RABBIT FUR COAT

OPPOSITE

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BACK TO THE

MARKET GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHER: HERMINIO RODRIGUES MODEL: JULIA BOGDANIVNA MAKEUP: MIRIAM BARBOSA HAIR: JOSE PEDRO MOTA STYLIST: CLAUDIA FERREIRA VIDEO: LUIS GOMES

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BLACK TRENCH COAT BY NAF-NAF BROWN LEATHER BELT. SHOES AND BIJOU FROM PARFOIS OPPOSITE LEATHER BLACK PANTS BY SAHOCO PEPLUM TOP BY ZARA AND SHOES FROM BIJOU ARE PARFOIS 83


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After life

PHOTOGRAPHER: SERGIO TRICANICO MODEL: ELISA STRACCALI @ YOURWAYMANAGEMENT MAKEUP: MANUELA MELILLO HAIR: CRISTINA PALOMBO STYLIST: FC FRANCESCA CIMINI

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GEORGETTE SHORT PLEATED DRESS, WITH SHADES OF GRAY. DUCHESS AND MIKADO BUSTIER WITH SWAROVSKI AND PEARLS EMBROIDESY CASCADE. OPPOSITE PLEATED SATIN GAUZE BLOUSE WITH BIG KNOT ON ON SIDE, AND SATIN EDGE ON THE BOTTOM. WHITE PLEATED SILK SHANTUNG SKIRT, ENTIRELY EMBROIDED WITH SWAROVSKI AND PEARLS, EDGED WITH ORGANZA, OM A MULTI LAYERS CRINOLINE BASE.

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LONG BLACK ORGANZA DRESS WHIT PLEATED BODICE AND MULTIRUCHES DECORATIONS BLACK SWAROVSKI EMBROIDS ON SHOULDER STRAP AND BUSTIER.

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