COVER CREDITS photographer KATARINA HILDEBRANDT @katarinahildebrandt model JEMMA H. @jemkhansen at www.muga-model.com & www.themgmt.com.au hair&make-up MICHAEL MAYER @michael.mua
Editor in Chief & Publisher Graphic Designer +1 323-609-7090 * ALEXANDER GARCIA Contributing Fashion Editor *
BACK COVER CREDITS
GAVIN ATKIN Editor Assistant
photographer RYAN BATER @ryanbaterstudio wardrobe stylist & art director BONES & HEELS @missbonesandheels model ALEXANDRA KARPOVA @alexandra_ karpova at PRM @prm_agency hair stylist STEFAN BERTIN @stefanbertin at FRANK AGENCY @afrankagency makeup artist & manicurist MIN SANDHU @minnie_mua photography assistant JOSHUA STREET @joshuaferdinandstreet make-up NARS COSMETICS @narsissist
RYAN BATER p.4 NICOLAS VERA p.16 MARGOT DES ALYSES p.24 DIANE ZHAO p.28 KATARINA HILDEBRANDT p.36 STELLA ROSE SAINT CLAIR p.42 ENZO VOLPE p.46 MARJORIE GUINDON p.52 JULIA MARTINS MIRANDA p.58 HOLLY PARKER p.64 FIONA TAYLOR p.72 ISMAELE BULLA p.80 EMMA GRANN p.88 KINYA p.98 ELLE SIMONE p.104
JACE ATKIN JESS HARR SUMMER LEE Writing
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letter from the editor We at LUCY’S were able to attend Massif Fashion week, and couldn’t have been more thrilled with how great the showcase was. Thank you so much to all
of the great people at Massif Fashion for having us as guests; they are always courteous to me and the rest of us at LUCY’S. Keep an eye on LUCY’S stories on Instagram for future event coverage. Lending her keen photographic eye for
the cover his month is one of my favorite artists, Katarina @katarinahildebrandt, and I hope you’ll agree with me that she is amazing!
Very excited -- December is coming up and will be the four-year anniversary of LUCY’S Magazine! Don’t forget that the deadline to submit for volume #32
is December 1st. December will be focused on BEAUTY! Be sure to check in with the mood board on the website for the latest inspiration.
As always, thanks so much to Gavin for all the support he gives me as I pursue my dreams with this magazine!
We are now accepting editorials for our December BEAUTY Print Issue.
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With a mix of silk and sixties style, elaborate accessorising and bold use colour brings an exciting new look. Electrifying eyewear, and wild headwear dares with an edgy addition of denim. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
fur coat KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA shoes HAVVA gloves RIINA O ring RODRIGO OTAZU sunglasses KALEOS earrings MAWI, TOOLLALLY chocker DIANA BROUSSARD @ FOLLY BOUTIQUE opposite page top NICOLA BACCHILEGA skirt KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA necklace MAWI @ FOLLY BOUTIQUE earrings GIADA GIACHINO for KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA sunglasses ILLESTEVA gloves RIINA O
top NICOLA BACCHILEGA dress KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA shoes TOGA PULLA necklace GIADA GIACHINO for KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA earrings TOOLLALY opposite page dress stylists own sweater MAWI gloves NICOLA BACCHILEGA sunglasses KALEOS ring MAWI earrings TOOLLALY bag MAYRA FEDANE
dress KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA sweater MAWI hat CHARLOTTE SIMONE bag MAYRA FEDANE earrings MAWI rings ALINA ABEGG shoes TOGA PULLA opposite page shirt PREEN LINE skirt PREEN LINE shoes OYSBY hat CHARLOTTE SIMONE BOA worn as hat bag MAYRA FEDANE earrings MAPLE LEAF @ FOLLY BOUTIQUE & ROKUS LONDON necklace DAINA BROUSSARD
dress KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA sweater MAWI hat CHARLOTTE SIMONE bag MAYRA FEDANE earrings MAWI rings ALINA ABEGG shoes TOGA PULLA opposite page fur coat CHARLOTTE SIMONE shorts RAGYARD sunglasses ILLESTEVA earrings TOOLLALY hat custom by stylist top necklace MAWI bottom necklace SIMON HARRISON boots HAVVA trunk MAYRA FEDANE
cap CHARLOTTE SIMONE glasses KALEOS earrings SIMON HARRISON + TOOLLALY choker GIADA GIACHINO for KRASIMIRA STOYNEVA gloves RIINA O top stylists own skirt KRISIMIRA STOYNEVA bag MAYRA FEDANE
photography NICOLAS VERA @nicoveraph www.instagram.com/nicoveraph stylist NATALIA MARTINEZ BON @natmbon www.instagram.com/natmbon models LUNA GONELLA @lunagonella at CENTRAL MODELS @central_models www.instagram.com/central_models CAMILA KOROL @korukorol and VIOLETA ASENSIO @violeasensio at LO MANAGEMENT @lomanagement www.instagram.com/lomanagement make up SIL DE MARCOS @sildemarcos www.instagram.com/sildemarcos for PUCARA MAKE UP @pucaramakeup www.instagram.com/pucaramakeup hair DAMIAN SOLODUCHA @damiansoloducha www.instagram.com/damiansoloducha retouch ELIAN SANCHEZ @eliansanchezz www.instagram.com/eliansanchezz jewelry BON
A retro look inspired with bubblegum pink eyes, elegant pearls and a delicate highlight. Soft pastels accompany chunky earrings and quirky neckpieces. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
an interview with
Margot des Alysés by RAMONA ATKIN
LEFT & RIGHT image bikini + skirt SUCRETTE @sucrettebeachwear / MIDDLE image swimsuit TOPTREND @toptrend.london
Q. What are your hobbies? A. I am a very creative person. I love photography, music, poetry and art in each of its forms! Q. What it is like to work with Katarina? A. Katarina is a professional who really wants the best from the people she works with. Basically, she is good at capturing your most beautiful side. I am very happy about the editorial I did with her last summer, which was like a journey through the rugged rocks, scenic vistas, and the pristine sea of the Mediterranean. The images are glamorous and sensual, exactly how I had imagined this concept coming together. Q. Tell us more about your modeling career A. I started modeling close to 5 years ago, and it happened almost by chance. The arts have always been part of my life and my first attempt at modeling was purely for the passion of it – I wanted to feel what it was like to be the artist’s muse. Things went very well, so I started to do it in a more professional way, collaborating with fashion photographers and designers. As a result, it is now my job! In addition, for the past couple of years I have also been dedicating much of my time to art direction. And I have been fortunate enough to take this role for both my own projects and for the projects of several clients. I’ve learned a lot along the way. Contrary to what some people might believe, a day of modeling requires a lot of stamina and patience. You need to be well rested and you need to take care of yourself, so that you can deliver your best at any given time. For example, it is not uncommon for the team to set up the lights and start preparing for a shoot before the sun comes up. As the model, that means sitting in a chair for hair and makeup at 4 AM. There are times when a swimsuit shoot is happening during
photos KATARINA HILDEBRANDT dress BLUGIRL BLUMARINE @blugirlofficial
the winter. The pictures might look glamorous, but the overall working temperatures can be less than ideal. And, there are times when long travel days really take the most out of you. I think my experience being the art direction lead for projects makes me more sympathetic to the overall creative process. I know how important is for team members to be on time, working together at maximum capacity, and focused on delivering the best possible results. When the team is working well together, it is easier to let go and kind of transcend the role required for the shoot. Like, if the shoot requires a romantic vibe, I am more easily able to deliver it if the overall work environment is enjoyable. Q. Where do you see yourself in 5 years ? A. In the next 5 years, I will be continuing to develop my art direction skills. And, along with that, I also see the possibility of starting my own creative agency. I think there is a lot of opportunity to break new ground, so to speak, in the art direction being applied to advertising campaigns. There are lots of great campaigns being published, but I also feel that some of the â€œtried and trueâ€? concepts being applied today could be updated.
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They do not really reflect the times we are living in. One of the primary goals of starting my own agency would be to focus on taking something fresh to the market. Q. Favorite movie and why? A. I don’t have a favorite movie, but I love all the movies from Nouvelle Vague era. Q. do you watch Netflix? A. I am familiar with Netflix and I think it is a wonderful way for people of all ages to access quality programming. Some of the series they have been producing are incredible. And, you can also find great movies from just about any cinematic period.
photographer KATARINA HILDEBRANDT @katarinhildebrandt model + concept MARGOT DES ALYSÉS @margotdesalyses hair&make-up SALVO LO COCO using L’ORÉAL PARIS @salvo_lo_coco dress SUCRETTE @sucrettebeachwear
photographer DIANE ZHAO @ diane_zhao stylist ALEXANDER GARCIA @alexandergarciaofficial11 model DASHA ILJUSCHITS @dasha.ilyuschits at @elitemodelmanagementny makeup LEGEND RIVERA @legendmg hair SATOSHI IKEDA @samikeda fashion assistant ALAINA GRIFFIN @audaciousforhim photo assistant MAX GASKINS @maxphotostudio
earring VICTORIA HAYES top VICTORIA HAYES skirt OAK fishnets AGENT PROVOCATEUR boots GUESS opposite page hood LONDON TYLER dress VICTORIA HAYES lingerie worn over dress BODYBINDS gloves CAROLINA AMATO fishnets AGENT PROVOCATEUR boots GUESS
leather jacket XB OFCL top CHENG leggings VIVIENNE TAM lace gloves LACRASIA GLOVES opposite page shoulder wrap PRITCH LONDON top NUDE gloves CAROLINE AMATO skirt GEORGINE fishnets AGENT PROVOCATEUR boots MARC FISHER
Edgy looks are inspired with mesh, neck pieces, velvet and leather details. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
earring VICTORIA hayes tulle top NUDE swimsuit worn under ERES belt NUDE skirt KATYA DOBRYAKOVA lace gloves LACRASIA GLOVES opposite page shoulder wrap GEORGINE bustier top OAK skirt ALLINA LIU hosiery WOLFORD shoes DOC MARTENS choker & hand harness stylist own
top JARRET leather trousers OAK hand cuff (on left hand) CORNELIA WEBB belt JEAN PAUL GAULTIER cuff on right wrist stylist’s own opposite page leather jacket XB OFCL lace gloves LACRASIA GLOVES
Tulle and thigh high boots create contrasting intense looks. Oversized Victoria Hayes accents complete a bold piece. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
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It’s all about preparation! We know you will have a beautiful model with a super nice skin already or freckles and it would be a shame to kill the skin with too much products but a little update is okay to do. What should we do now? Before applying fancy make-up you should make sure to prepare the skin properly. First make sure to remove loose dander with a mechanical or enzyme peeling. Then the right moisturizer is the key for a rosy glowing skin! We used the Reviderm Cellucur - Hydro≤ Infusion serum, which was deeply absorbed with the Panasonic Skin Enhancer. Then the skin got pampered up with some creams by Terry- Cellularose & Baume de Rose; so now the skin is smooth and hydrated and ready for a primer. The models will feel wonderful with this primer’s smell. For this editorial a Laura Mercier foundation primer was used. Now the skin is ready for some powder to minimize the shine. Here only light powder was used as Chanel (Les Beiges) and By Terry (Hyaluronic Hydrta-Powder). You can also correct more of the skin details if they still bother you with a light concealer (e.g. by Terry - Correcteur Serum). And Voil·a, you have a beautiful base for your looks!
Nails: Essie-sugar Daddy Eyebrows: Charlotte Tilbury - Legendary Brows Mascara: Too Faced- better than Sex Eyeliner: Scandal Collection Blush: Chanel- Teint Rouge (No. 23) Highlighter: Ilia - Polka Dots & Moon Beams www.muga-model.com www.katarina-hildebrandt.de / www.michaelmua.com
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an interview with
Stella Rose Saint Clair by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee Stella Rose Saint Clair is an artist and designer based in Brooklyn, New York, whose sense of fashion is as playful as it is perplexing. While remaining delightful and fun, her designs are laced with a sense of danger - as well as social commentary. She is a lover of vintage styles, especially that of the 1960’s, yet her fashion designs are completely apart from anything in a thrift shop. Some of Stella’s most recent prints were inspired by baby blankets, garden parties, and punk rock. Most of her accessories can be described using the word fluffy. Stella has been featured by fashion publications such as Nylon, Galore, and LADYGUNN, all of which have praised her unique and impeccable aesthetic. Continue reading to discover more about Stella’s world, design influences, and what she plans to wear in the winter!
photo GINA CANAVAN hair BRIAN CASEY
Q: A reoccurring symbol in your designs is a red rose with a thorny stem, featured on the Rose Beret, the Rose Bowtie, and the Thorny Bloomers to name a few. What does a thorny red rose symbolize to you? A: My general concept of beauty is usually cut with either humor or danger. Roses are kind of a modern day feminist symbol. They’re like “Of course I’m beautiful and I smell good, but touch me and I’ll cut you”. Nature finds a way. Q: In your online shop, you sell pins, tees, and backpacks featuring the words “No thank you”, adorned with cute hearts and the color pink. They are described as having street harassment in mind. Can you explain what this message means to you? A: I wanted an all encompassing slogan that I could wear on my back so someone calling after me in the street would be able
to read it as I walked away. I think it also serves as a daily reminder to be polite but stick to your guns. It’s always okay to say no, because we can do whatever we want. Q: How do you suggest styling your adorable Hair Poms? A: Double duty on a high ponytail is my favorite way– probably because I cut all my hair off and we always want what we can’t have. The set is super cute for pigtails too. Q: In addition to designing your self-named line, you also model it yourself! Would you say modeling is another passion of yours? A: I’ve always loved modeling because it’s a unique form of acting that requires you to tell a story through clothing. It’s a bit like dance as well. It’s up to you and the way you move to bring the fashion story to life. Q: Your designs, website, packaging, and general aesthetic all feature the color pink center stage. Do you have an opinion on the term “Millennial Pink”? A: As someone whose first inclination with trends is usually resentment, I am surprisingly okay with Millennial Pink. Maybe it’s because I’m a child of the late 1980’s, an era where popular decorating colors were Baby Boomer Grey and various shades of navy and beige that you might find in the pattern on an airline seat. I have a bit of a sarcastic way of identifying with femininity. I have to kind of mask myself in the symbolism of what it means to be a girl in order to feel like one. I think the motive behind the Millennial Pink movement is more rooted in feminism and the changing gender dynamics of our time, and while I identify with these ideas, I have my own approach to it. Lookbook shot by DARRAGH DANDURAND
Q: Can you name three of your biggest style influences? A: Nina Hagen, Baby Jane Hudson, and most of the 1960’s. Q: Many of your clothing pieces are advertised as unisex. Is this a statement on gender? A: Definitely. I have struggled quietly with my own gender identity for a long time, and find the idea of gendered clothing styles increasingly more constricting. The biggest goal with my clothing design is to provide a full range of unisex styles. Unisex looks quite different in my head versus the rest of the industry. Minimalism seems to be a common theme in most existing unisex clothing, but I’d like to challenge that. Q: When you are designing, what kind of person do you have in mind? Do you find you mostly design for yourself? A: I design less for myself and more for a feeling. It’s the feeling that drew me to fashion in my teens as an escape from who I had been up until that time. Fashion represented freedom and presented both my own body as well as my life as a blank canvas that I had the freedom to paint as I pleased. It’s empowering to say the least. I want my designs to feel like doors for people - like a window into a world of possibility. You can become whomever you like with the right clothes, and in that, you will further discover yourself. Q: Do you tend to prefer wearing vintage fashion, or modern fashion? A: I love to mix both! I like adding modern elements to vintage looks. It’s difficult to find the quality of vintage clothing in pieces you might buy today, but I love the functionality of modern items that are made to fit within the lifestyle most of us lead. Q: What is your favorite way to style a tee shirt? A: With a fancy suit! I like to balance elegant pieces with some laid-back details. It kind of flows with the way most of my days seem to go (I’m a stop-by-a-private-party-with-groceriesin-my-bag kind of a gal). Q: We have some bitter-cold weather ahead of us in New York! What are you looking forward to wearing this winter? A: I just dyed and studded a really great vintage wool coat, so I’m easing into the long haul with it. Coats are all we get to wear in NYC winter so it’s crucial to have one in every color so you don’t get bored. My new one is a deep fiery orange.
Lookbook shot by DARRAGH DANDURAND
Backless dresses, sheer pieces and fur adorned heels bring refreshing fall feels while still with the inclusion of old school turtlenecks and classic Birkenstocks. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
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Fur, flowers and frills add unique flair to a look of Alexander McQueen and Acne Studios. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
LEFT image SIMONE ROCHA dress (red flowers) and shoes ACNE STUDIOS dress ALEXANDER MCQUEEN belt MIDDLE image coat stylistâ€™s own PORTS 1961 top YANG LI shirt RAG & BONE jeans SIMONE ROCHA shoes RIGHT image ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
LEFT image YANG LI coat
ANN DEMEULEMEESTER dress ALEXANDER MCQUEEN belt MIDDLE image MIU MIU coat
CHRISTOPHER KANE cardigan and skirt MANOLO BLAHNIK shoes RIGHT image
DAMIR DOMA jumper SONIA RYKIEL dress KOLOR shoes
THEY SAY photographer MARJORIE GUINDON www.marjorieguindon.com @missguindon stylist JENN FINKELSTEIN @jennfink hair and make up ISABELLA FORGET @bellafor photographer’s assistant AUDREY MC MAHON assistant stylist NICHOLAS VITTORIA retoucher NICO MARRONI models ADHEL at DULCEDO & CHARLES-ETIENNE at NEXT MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC, CANADA on her: sweater MALENE BIRGER pants PUBLISH shoes ALDO on him: skirt MALENE BIRGER shoes NIKE HURACHE
Vibrant yellows and metallic pieces pop against understated soft pink turtlenecks. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
on her: shirt COS hat OPHELIE on him: sweater MALENE BIRGER
Eye prime primer Eyeshadow: Rosewood and sugar coated candy on eyelid Smoky extravagant Mascara Mat velvet foundation HD pressed powder Peachy biege blush Shimmery pink highlight Ultra hd lip booster
on him: hat OPHELIE shirt, and suit COS on her: shirt NICCE suit TOP SHOP
LEFT image on him: coat PUBLISH dress MOTEL on her: sweater LAMARQUE RIGHT image on him: jacket RUDSAK on her: jacket DOMA glasses VINTAGE FRAMES
An elegant play on berets and fedoras completes a Jenn Finkelstein styled look. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
on her: hat OPHELIE coat THE FIFTH LABEL top PUBLISH skirt STYLE STALKER boots ALDO
jacket and pant PINK STITCH hat OPHELIE glasses VINTAGE FRAMES COMPANY
LEFT image top MARK ANTOINE glasses VINTAGE FRAMES RIGHT image dress MALENE BIRGER jacket MARK ANTOINE
photographer JULIA MARTINS MIRANDA styling JULIA MARTINS MIRANDA @juliamartinsmiranda hair JULIA KIM @juliastyleshair makeup CYLER DAIGLE @cylersays photo assistant MIMMO C. models SHAKYLA R. @shakylaramseyxo and SHAANTI C. @sha.anti at @majormodelsny VERIDIANA F. @verif_ at @fordmodels
times Good white, red and yellow sweaters ZARA pink and and silver pants ZARA black pants STELLA MCCARTNEY
white dress ANNE DEMELEMEUSTEER pink dress UNIQLO lighter coat ZARA darker coat UNIQLO
Julia Martins Miranda brings an overload of fall tones into a simple, stunning series. Dusty shades of mustard and rose splay over cold shoulder sweaters. Slip dresses bring bring back nineties nostalgia along with a new twist on the classic button up. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
shirt and pants UNIQLO dress and sweater ZARA
dress ZARA. shirt and pants UNIQLO
white dress ANNE DEMELEMEUSTEER pink dress UNIQLO lighter coat ZARA darker coat UNIQLO
LUCYâ€™S 63 black top & white sleeves dress ZARA black pants STELLA MCCARTNEY one sleeve dress SIBERIAN
photographer HOLLY PARKER www.holly-parker.com @hollyparkerphoto model AALYAH at IMG NEW YORK @aalyah_ross @imgmodels makeup MARJO-RIITTA HARKONEN foundation, powder, eyeshadow MAKE UP FOR EVER lipstick ARTIST ROUGE natural lipsticks lip gloss PLEXI-GLOSS lip glosses @marjo_riita hair TAKUYA YAMAGUCHI using R+CO HAIR @randcohair @tak8133 sequin dress NADINE MERABI sequin halter top jumpsuit NADINE MERABI black silk chiffon dress PRADA www.prada.com www.nadinemerabi.com www.makeupforever.com www.imgmodels.com
Metallic pops stun with elegant golden accents and flowing curls. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
A natural glow accompanied with ensembles of Prada and Nadine Merabi stuns. Holly Parker plays with light cast over pops of colour and stunning sequin pieces.
Golden hour moments capture Aaliahâ€™s beauty. Her lip colour matches perfectly the top she is wearing. Stunning eye makeup is what completes this flawless look.
d r i a y l i a K styling & art direction DIANA NEUMARK @neu_diana photography FIONA TAYLOR @fiotay hair PETER BURKILL @peteburkill make-up CAROLINE SIMS @carolinesims13 models ALICE R & KITTY M at @models1 PUPPY BERT & CAT INDY @BERTANDINDY
sweater DU Y trousers ENZA COSTA shoes ALLSAINTS opposite page KITTY shirt GESTUZ trousers SONIA RYKIEL shoes ACNE STUDIOS ALICE shirt VANESSA SEWARD denim overal SEA NY shoes VAGABOND scarf TOMMY HIL GER X GIGI belt SELECTED HOMME
A fall look comes together with overall additions and striped button ups. Visors add a vintage style while chunky knits and leather incorporate exciting new elements. Brunette waves flow delicately over simple sweaters. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
leather jacket GESTUZ shirt 8 trousers BERSHKA opposite page sweater T by ALEXANDER WANG shirt MAX&CO. skirt CARVEN shoes ADIDAS originals - STAN SMITH
top & trouser WOOD WOOD CO-ORD opposite page sweater J.O.A knitted dress ISABEL MARANT boots HUNTER camera VINTAGE FUJICA 1976
She loves Fall, but her heart waits patiently for Spring to come. It is such a comfortable rainy day in this outfit from Wood Wood Coord, it is as if time has slowed down.
wooly photographer ISMAELE BULLA www.instagram.com/ismaelebulla model NANCY SCHNEIDER @women milano www.instagram.com/thenancyschneider mua & hair SERENA PALMA www.instagram.com/serenapalma_mua assistent mua FRANCESCA FERRARI stylist ADELINA CINGOLINI www.instagram.com/l_adelina_ location THE AREA STUDIO www.instagram.com/thearea_studio
wool sweater, cardigan LEVI’S MADE & CRAFTED collant PHILIPPE MATIGNON shoes ZARA opposite page wool sweater LEVI’S MADE & CRAFTED cappello H&M collant PHILIPPE MATIGNON shoes ZARA
wool sweater, cardigan LEVIâ€™S MADE & CRAFTED collant PHILIPPE MATIGNON shoes ZARA opposite page sweater cardigan CANCELLATO bra H&M highSlip LOVABLE collant PHILIPPE MATIGNON shoes ZARA
Cardigans are back and making reappearances in Cancellato and Wandering designs. Oversized pieces in cream and tan with sheer bralettes create sixties inspired looks. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
Stylist Adelina combines linjerie, cardigans and sweaters beautifully. Soft yet confident is what we are going for this Fall.
sweater tunic CANCELLATO bra H&M opposite page bra YAMAMAY wool cardigan WANDERING
maxi wool sweater TAK.ORI collant PHILIPPE MATIGNON Shoes ZARA
Ellen photographer EMMA GRANN / STUDIO EMMA SVENSSON @emmagrann / @studioemmasvensson www.emmagrann.se / model ELLEN R / STOCKHOLMSGRUPPEN MODELS @stockholmsgruppen hair ELIN BRATT @elin.braid / makeup MIA WAHLSTRÃ–M @miiawahlstrom / stylist NEIRA TOKALIJA @aboutthatlook / photographer assistant AMANDA JONA @amandajona coat VINTAGE pants H&M sweat H&M
Coziness in forms of layering, and play with reds and earthy brown tones, brings out fall feels. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
A brick orange brow with intricate braiding creates a bold look oozing with unique style.
coat & sweat M.I.H JEANS pants H&M
sweat SANTOSH coat ZARA
coat SVEA top & skirt H&M
jacket KARL LAGERFELD pants H&M shoes VINTAGE
Here model MAGGIE LAINE @ IMG photography KINYA @ SEEN ARTISTS stylist CARRIN COWALSCII hair GONN KINOSHITA make up CEDRIC JOLIVET manicurist AYUMU TAKASAWA photo assistant HIROAKI AOI dress TATMAN ring stylist own
blouse CLAUDIA LI dress AMUR bag HUGO MATHE shoes ATTILIO GIUSTI LEOMBRUNI opposite page total look PH5 shoes CLAUDIA LI
LUCY’S 102 dress MAYA CASUAL shoes ATTILIO GIUSTI LEOMBRUNI fur CLAUIDA LI bag NICLOE MILLER bracelets AZA by SILVIA D’AVILA opposite page body suit KRISTINA VIIRPALU coat CLAUDIA LI fishnet tights WOLFORD rings KASANE
Loose waves and fur pieces spin summer and winter style into a stunning vintage inspired look. A pinstripe one piece with a casual denim addition stuns alongside simple lace and ruffle detailing. caption by JESS HARR @jessharrblog www.jessharr.com
a handknitted slow-fashion story by designer hanna rubin and photographer ellen simone The Left Over collection, is a ‘slow-fashion’ knitwear collection made with left over and scrap material. Hanna wanted to use different techniques and craft to give new value to the rest material. “Working in this way was challenging and the material become a part of the creative process, the designs get restricted due to the lack of enough material so I have had to constantly be open to rethink how the final result will end up. It has been a slow and fun process to experiment in working in this way instead of just going to the shop and buy the material you need.” - Hanna Rubin photographer ELLEN SIMONE www.instagram.com/ellensimonea / www.ellensimone.com designer HANNA RUBIN www.instagram.com/helloelectroknit / www.electroknit.com makeup artist STASIA MICHAEL www.instagram.com/stasiamichael models CORNELIA MORADIAN HALL www.instagram.com/cornelia.mh / MP STOCKHOLM www.instagram.com/mpmanagementstockholm / http://mpstockholm.se/ ADINA BAKER www.instagram.com/browng1rl / light assistant MAGNUS PETERSSON
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