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COVER CREDITS photographer HELENA BROMBOSZCZ www.helenabromboszcz.com @helenabromboszcz make up & hair KATARZYNA OLKOWSKA @kasinho_makeup stylist SYLWIA MORAWSKA @morafka_ model DOROTA CHOJECKA @dorota_chojecka assistants ADA MOYCHO @adka.moy KASIA DANIOŁ @kasiadaniol fur HUZIOR necklace SAFFA body UNDRESS CODE

BACK COVER CREDITS model JONA @jonacitrona agency MIRRRS MODELS @mirrrsmodels hair&make-up MICHAEL MAYER @michael.mua agency LIGA NORD @liganord_agency styling MARCEL GRAUL @marcelgraul agency BLOSSOM @blossommanagement.gmbh photographer KATARINA HILDEBRANDT @katarinahildebrandt body DANSKIN dress KARL LAGERFELD belt SHOEPASSION shoes TAMARIS

letter from the editor Happy Birthday LUCY’S Magazine!

Four years ago I started this amazing journey and I am so glad that I did! The memories created and the learning experiences I went through are priceless.

This Beauty Issue is special because it has more pages than any other issue so far and the design/layout is fresh and

edgy. This time I let myself create freely, and fear was left aside. I hope you like the new look!

We are now accepting editorials for our February BEAUTY Print Issue.

Please check our website for mood boards and guidelines: www.LucysMagazine.com

Ramona


RAMONA ATKIN

Editor in Chief & Publisher Graphic Designer +1 323-609-7090 * GAVIN ATKIN Editor Assistant * SUMMER LEE Writer

contents

GERHARD MERZEDER p.4 CAROLIN HOLZHUBER p.10 FELIX RACHOR p.14 OLIVIA KOHLER p.24 RENUKA RETNASWAMY p.28 BELLA KOTAK p.36 GARY LUPTON p.40 MASTERED CREATIVES p.52 ALEKSANDR PERSHIN p.58 LIZ DUNGATE p.64 ANNY HALL p.72 HELENA BROMBOSZCZ p.80 KATARINA HILDEBRANDT p.88 ELENA REZVOVA p.90 MEG DONNELLY p.96 ZUZIA ZAWADA p.98 TY MCBRIDE p.104 BEN DUGGAN p.108 EDWARD ANINARU p.114 TIBERIU ARSENE p.122 JAVIER LOPEZ p.128 Contributors

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photographer GERHARD MERZEDER @merzeder make up and hair EVELYN KARBACH @evelynkarbach model LAURA @ NEW FACE MANAGEMENT @new_face_management retouch ANNA IKONNIKOVA @retouch.aniaikonnikova beauty products hair BUMBLE AND BUMBLE thickening hairspray make-up GIORGIO ARMANI luminous silk foundation eyes MAC COSMETICS rock´n rebel palette & silver sun extra dimension eye shadow blouse WILLOW AND PAIGE headpiece NORA RIESER opposite page earring ASOS

Snow Angel


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headpiece NORA RIESER opposite page top ASOS Petite


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A fresh-faced snow queen, Laura is dressed in all in white. The high points on her face are frosted with shimmery highlighter, which combines with starry, feather, and lace wardrobe details to tell the chilling story of a winter wonderland. She braves the cold with the elegance of royalty.

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top MISSGUIDED opposite page dress ASOS GLAMOROUS caption by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee


an interview with

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Carolin Holzhuber by ILIA-SYBIL SDRALLI ‘’Your pair of shoes is a work of art’’-into the creative world of footwear designer Carolin Holzhuber Carolin Holzhuber’s shoes seem to challenge our preconceived ideas about shoes as they combine functionality with a stylistic appeal that makes them look more like sculptural pieces. Her very own definition of the shoe is “a human body related sculptural object» deriving inspiration from impressions, moments, images and even smells-with the human body and its functions always in a centerfold position. Here she shares her ideas about fashion, style and the process of creating each pair from the very beginning.

photographer FRANCESCO ZINNO model LILY GATINS Ilia: What is the best thing about designing shoes? CAROLIN: First of all when I am designing a shoe I don’t think about a shoe. For me it is an object related to the human body. Also I am fascinated by constructions how they are built to carry weight and be steadfast but have at the same time empty spaces. In footwear there is also a lot of construction and these objects should be able to carry the human weight. In the end a shoe is very similar to a chair or even a building. Then I also love the wonderful material leather, the smell, the touch and what you are able to create with this material. To make a shoe step by step by hand is like sculpturing – and this is what I intent to do with my work. I want to create a fusion between art and fashion in form of sculptural footwear. So for me the best about designing footwear is to have the knowledge how to make them to be able to break boundaries and create constructions that might look impossible to wear, to confuse and provoke people.

Ilia: Where do you find inspiration? Images? Music Literature? CAROLIN: I see inspiration everywhere. When I start working on a new collection I collect impressions, moments, smells, images actually really


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LUCY’S 12 everything. At this time my senses are even more sensitive and I observe situations more into details. My brain starts acting like a sponge that collects as much information as possible and then when it comes to sketching I squeeze this sponge and filter these collected information. But in my past the human body with all its variation and hidden beauty influenced my work a lot. I always intend to tell as story with my work. For example with my latest collection (UN)COVER I wanted to question why religions and political systems are still able to control how women dress. The aim was to visualize with my footwear pieces what many women vocalize they feel they do not have: a choice in how they wish to be represented and understood. In the collection are pieces that are inspired by women clothed in burkas alongside pieces reminiscent of bare flesh. The designs play with covering and at the same time uncovering the feet and legs.

photographer CATHARINA PAVITSCHITZ


LUCY’S 13 Ilia: What is the process of creating each shoe pair? CAROLIN: I always want to create new structures or to develop unusual forms and shapes. Nevertheless at the same time the connection between shapes, forms and details is important in order to find a balance. I start with little hand sketches. Paper is patient. For drawing I like to use this phrase in a positive way. When designing I let my mind, my creativity free and everything seems possible. If the opposite has not been proven the sketch becomes a real object. I produce every shoe with my own hands in my workshop in East London. I just work together with an Austrian factory called Peak Technology for the carbon fibre soles that I am using for my designs. Carbon fiber is a great material that is light and steadfast at the same time. Therefore it is perfect for to create these conceptual, sculptural and dynamic shoe constructions. Besides this part everything is handcrafted and it can take up to two months to make a shoe including the heels that are slightly complex to make.

Ilia: What defines the ‘’new luxury’’ in accessories, for you? CAROLIN: My products are completely different to many other luxury brands where shoes are still a mass product made in a factory. Each shoe has its own soul and is made with love. I do believe that this makes them closer to being a sculptural object than a just an accessories. I would define the new luxury as objects/products that are only produced on made to order. Therefore each piece is specifically made for this one customer. Also I think it is important that the fashion industry in general stops producing big amounts for stocks. I am against this consume and profit orientated market. Not just in fashion. For me the new luxury or luxury always has been to own less but these few things are in good quality and with a story behind it that makes you feel attached to this items. This connection makes people to take care of their belongings instead of buying new ones.

Ilia: How do you envision the human body in a pair of your shoes? CAROLIN: Footwear for me is an artefact that elevates the wearer on a pedestal like a statue. Some of my pieces are not even walk-able although standing is possible with all. They are a sculpture to decorate space or wearable art with the intension to transform the wearer also into a piece of art. But I also make pieces that are easier to walk in and it makes me happy that there are more and more people who understand, who value and who show interest in wearing my products.

photographer THUY PHAM


photographer FELIX RACHOR @felixrachor production manager LIEN RACHOR @lien0708 model KRISTA TCHERNEVA @ ICONIC MANAGMENT @iconic_mgmt @kristatchv hair & make up LAETITIA LEMAK @laetitia.lmk stylist DANIEL KLAUS MWANGI @daniel.klaus.mwangi assistant SVENJA STAMME @svenjastmm pig MINI PIG SHADE @minipig.shade

Wonderland caption by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee


tulle dress DANIEL KLAUS MWANGI overall KETEWAN MCHEIDSE opposite page dress JASMIN EBRAS COUTURE crown DAWID TOMASZEWSKI

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Krista floats like an angel on a cloud of tulle, and her hair is swept and tousled by the wind. She displays her exquisite collection of gowns while on her outing at the park. Trees and other greenery compete with a sheet of grey muslin to be her backdrop.


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dress VALENTINA BRAUN opposite page hourglass corsett MARINA HOERMANSEDER tulle skirt MILA MIYAHARA


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dress KETEWAN MCHEIDSE opposite page sparkle vase & pullover MARINA HOERMANSEDER


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blouse VLADIMIR KARALEEV corsett DANNY REINKE trousers NOBI TALAI shoes DAWID TOMASZEWSKI hat PAUL DEMANGE


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LUCY’S 23 dress & bomberjacket MARINA HOERMANSEDER shoes DAWID TOMASZEWSKI opposite page dress JASMIN EBRAS COUTURE


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EXISTING EMOTION


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ometimes, life is like a poker game.

Everyone brings something to the table, the things that are unique to them. Then players are given a hand of cards that they can manipulate to the extent of their knowledge of the game. In each person’s hands is a set of cards, where some cards hold more value than others. It’s the player’s job to make everyone think that their cards are better than everyone else’s. As the game commences, the steaks get higher and higher. Player’s start to feel the pressure of the risks associated with the game. To combat this, players develop a poker face. A consistent state that is maintained throughout the game, so the other players can’t catch you in a Complexion is Caudalie and Kevyn Aucoin, Lips and Cheeks are Mac Cosmetics in Lipmix

lie. Hopefully your steadiness can convince the other players to fold and


you get to take home the prize. In life, being vulnerable has ties to weakness. Therefore, most humans don’t want other’s to see through their poker face to find what’s underneath: the broken, the messy, the troubled, or even the blissful. Other’s may try to get you to fold and expose the rawness of your humanity. We learn at an early age to keep our emotions to ourselves in fear of being taken advantage of. But as the steaks begin to rise with each hand dealt, so do feelings of anxiety, stress, or fear. It becomes hard to mask these negative thoughts until we find an outlet for release. In this series, we explore the facades that we put up in our lives and imagine ways to navigate around them. We strive to break away from the need for a poker face in our day to day life. To take each new challenge or struggle as a lesson to be learned, as a stepping stone in the path of life. And ultimately to break the cycle of a life long poker game. Complexion is Caudalie and Kevyn Aucoin, Lips are Bite Beauty The Multistick in Honeywheat

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Complexion is Caudalie and Kevyn Aucoin, Lips and Cheeks are Mac Cosmetics

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photographer & retoucher OLIVIA KOHLER www.oliviakohlerphotography.com @oliviakohlerphoto makeup and hair ALEX TATAR www.alextatar.com @alex_tatar model SYDNEY CARD @ FORD MODELS @sydney_card


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GO? photographer RENUKA RETNASWAMY www.renukaretnaswamy.com @renukaretnaswamy hair and make up CRYSTAL LONG www.jalanis.com @ewwjalanis wardrobe styling VERONICA GRAYE www.veronicagraye.com @veronica.graye


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an interview with

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Bella Kotak by RAMONA ATKIN

Ramona: Bella creates incredible images with or without flowers, but when she includes flowers in her work the images become breathtaking! Why flowers? When did you discover that you had a passion for flowers? BELLA: I think my passion for nature has been always been there, whether I realized it or not. Looking back my earlier work was always created on location, images captured in tall grass and bright summer flowers. It wasn’t until the summer of 2014 that I discovered how deep my love for the floral world went. At the time was working full time as an architect and one evening after work, I discovered that the florist next to my office would leave their discarded flowers in bins at the front of the store. Of course that then triggered a summer of shamelessly collecting all the useable flowers, bringing them home and organizing shoots with friends. Needless to say, that was the beginning of my love affair! Ramona: What is the story behind the images that go along with the interview? BELLA: This editorial came about while brainstorming concepts with the stylist, Dawn Bell. Dawn, an avid vintage collector has a huge warehouse in Houston full of pieces that she’s curated over the years. We wanted to put together a white shoot and I could already imagine it against a dark brooding backdrop. When I was a child I would read fairytale stories about strong feminine characters and the backdrop would often be the wild woods. I wanted to recreate that concept. My friend Sofia van der Dys kindly offered us her studio. Darcie Teasley brought the makeup concept to life and Susie Flores-DeBlieck created the hair. For this shoot our model was Kimberly McKee. She took direction well and truly brought it to life. Ramona: How do you pick your models? BELLA: When it comes to selecting models I’m always looking for someone who is versatile. Whose face, expression, and pose can embody the characters I love to create and bring them to life.


Ramona: Do you come up with concepts on the spot or do you plan shoots way in advance?

BELLA: It depends. Honestly it’s 50/50. When shooting on location I allow myself to be open to any stories or moments that might exist depending on light, energy, perspective. I like to have all my tools and props around me and half the fun is bringing it all together, seeing how it fits, and capturing the moment as it comes to life in front of me. When it comes to studio shoots I would say a little more planning goes into that. Ramona: Do you have a favorite flower? What makes it your favorite?

BELLA: I often wonder about this. As much as I’ve tried, I really don’t have a favorite flower, however I am partial to peonies, hydrangeas, ranunculuses, and roses. I think it’s because they’re all so versatile, full of variety and colour.

photographer BELLA KOTAK @bellakotak model KIMBERLY MCKEE @kikimckee styling DAWN BELL @dawnohlssonbell makeup DARCIE TEASLEY @makeupbydarcie hair SUSIE FLORES-DEBLIECK @susieqhairandmakeup studio SOFIA VAN DER DYS @sofiavanderdys skin retouching PRATIK NAIK from SOLSTICE RETOUCH @solsticeretouch


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Ramona: Do you create headpieces, gowns and other accessories for your shoots?

BELLA: I did in the earlier days, and sometimes now and then when I have the time, or a particular concept in mind I will piece something together myself. Lately I’ve been fortunate to work with designers from around the world. I love bringing on board other talents as I believe this makes the picture even more impactful. Ramona: How do people react when you ask for their wedding flowers? Do you have any funny stories?

BELLA: Most people don’t mind giving me their flowers if they know they’re going to go into the bin anyway. I once shot a wedding for half my rate in the agreement that I would get their left over wedding flowers. It was totally worth it! Ramona: Thank you for inspiring us with your beautiful work! Do you want to say anything to your

fans?

BELLA: Create. Whether it’s photography, styling, makeup,

art,

clothes,

film,

business…

find

something that makes you feel good and pursue it with a passion that only you can cultivate. Stay curious, learn, master your craft and all the while, share the beauty of yourself with the world. Don’t do it for money or for fame, but rather do it for yourself. Indulge this part of you and follow the path for the joy and happiness it brings. I promise, it will be worth your while.


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photographer GARY LUPTON @garyluptonphoto hair TY SHEARN @tyshearn using SERGE NORMANT make up TARA PAGLIARA using M.A.C COSMETICS @tarapagliaramua model EMMA BARTLETT with SILENT MODELS NYC @emmabartlett @silentmodelsny


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HEIDI TAPPIS creative at MASTERED

Heidi Tappis is a California born photographer who finds beauty in all the elements that surround her. She once was on the front end of the camera posing for photographers such as Peter Lindbergh and Michel Comte but quickly decided to make art rather than be the subject of. She has a strength for portraiture but loves shooting fashion which has been featured in The Impression, i-D online and Schon to name a few.

left image photographer HEIDI TAPPIS @heiditappis model JENNIFER PUGH @jennifer.jp.pugh @ FREEDOM MODELS @freedommodelsla makeup KARO KANGOS @karo_kangas @ ART DEPT. LA using MARC BEAUTY hair DIMITRIS GIANNETOS @giannetos @ OPUS BEAUTY using ORIBE @heiditappis right image photographer HEIDI TAPPIS @heiditappis model SVETA MATIUNINA @sveta_mat @ PHOTOGENICS @photogenicsla wearing DORI CSENGERI & MANOKHI stylist DALIT GWENNA @dalit_gwenna makeup MIRIAM NICHTERLEIN @miriamnmakeup using NARS hair AMBER DUARTE @amber_duarte @ WALTER SCHUPFER MANAGEMENT using OUAI


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creative at MASTERED

For as long as Trace Henningsen can remember, she has had an affinity for all things hair. “It’s something that has always come easy to me so I took my passion and ran straight into the world of professional beauty,” says Henningsen. Currently, Henningsen is a Los Angeles-based stylist who’s established quite a following in the few short years since she’s been working behind the chair. Henningsen calls on an array of advanced cutting and color techniques that she’s perfected—along with a keen artistic eye—to create fashion-forward looks for her devoted clientele that includes celebrities. The result? An effortless shape defined with dimensional-enhancing highlights that lend a playful edge to a client’s total look. “My mantra is ‘create to inspire’ and it’s something I am focused on while designing signature styles worn in real life or on the red carpet,” Henningsen says. Henningsen’s artistic reach has expanded well beyond the salon. She recently launched a namesake handcrafted bridal accessory line (tracehenningsenbridal.com) that’s in high demand. She has become one of the most soughtafter stylists internationally for brides about to say, “I do.” In addition, Henningsen has collaborated on photo shoots,

music videos and advertising campaigns, and her work has been featured in top fashion and beauty magazines. An open mind guides Henningsen as she explores every style—from classic to editorial, while her outstanding work ethic and outgoing personality have made her an industry favorite. “As Chuck Palahniuk so eloquently put it, ‘the unreal is more powerful than the real, because nothing is as perfect as you can imagine it,’” Henningsen says. “My most rewarding moments come when I have an idea in my head, then create it exactly how I imagined while sharing it with peers.” left image photographer STEPHANIE WILLIAMS hair TRACE HENNINGSEN makeup KC WITKAMP stylist NIKKI GRATTAN model ALYDA GRACE right image photographer BRIAN ZIFF hair TRACE HENNINGSEN makeup PATRIK TUMEY model KOTDA BERHARDT


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SUZANA SANTALAB creative at MASTERED

Suzana Santalab’s career began in 2003 as a freelance makeup artist for renowned cosmetic brands such as Shiseido, Dior, Chanel, Estée Lauder and Kanebo. Her diverse commissions enabled her to gather experience in both the cosmetic and the decorative sector, as well as the opportunity to refine her skills. From 2007 onwards, due to countless bookings of professional photographers, Suzana’s work focused more and more on photo shoots, and she has been particularly busy working on beauty, fashion and

commercial shoots since 2008. Her work appears in catalogues, magazines and international advertising campaigns. For the creation of her mystic looks, Suzana is toning things down while underlining the different aspects of the face by placing highlights and the lowlights. This gives a unique subtlety and genuineness to her creations. both images photographer & edit SILKE SCHLOTZ www.silkephoto.com make up SUZANA SANTALAB www.suzanasantalab.com using SISLEY PARIS model: NIKA @ BRODY BOOKINGS www.brodybookings.com


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creative at MASTERED

Always looking for new ways to feed her creative hunger and express her love for colors, textures, light, and imagery, Madelaine DeRose Schäfer began her career with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Design in Germany. In her early 20s she lead design teams at international companies and presented collections to buyers and at Fashion Week, first in Germany, then in New York. Madelaine then moved to Asia to consult Chinese brands and to serve as Creative Correspondent for American and European labels. During her travels and living in diverse cities,

she was exposed to many different cultures that inspire her greatly and clearly influence her work. This is also when she started Archive Madeau, her collection of one-of-a-kind jewelry and garments from native artisans and tribes. Now based in Munich and Berlin, the German-American combines her eclectic style with her 360° fashionindustry experience and passionately applies it to all of her projects. both images creative direction and styling MADELAINE DEROSE SCHÄFER photography EVA TUERBL hair and make-up NATALIA SOBOLEVA model ADEL YUDINA @ IZAIO MANAGEMENT


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i c i l e F e h T photographer & stylist ALEKSANDR PERSHIN www.allpershin.com www.instagram.com/shopot_ps www.facebook. com/allpershin model EVGENIA POKROVSKAYA makeup $ hair SEVIL TAIBOVA www.facebook.com/seviltai www.instagram.com/seviltai/ hat IVA KSENEVICH clothes DUTCH FASHION GROUP


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Evgenia almost looks like a porcelain doll, styled in long and loose-fitting garments. Her blunt, dutch bob hairstyle is reminiscent of iconic nineteentwenties movie stars, like Louise Brooks. She shows us her favorites pieces from her closet, including a chic headpiece and a striped wide-brimmed hat by Iva Ksenevich. caption by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee


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Maya, our muse for this story, is a brand new face with a mass of naturally curly hair, a smile full

of braces, and a little bit of mischief in her eyes. I decided after I shot her first test that I wanted to try to capture some of that essence in a beauty shoot. I hoped to create a visual theme that would not overwhelm her with heavy styling, and simply asked

my team to come with ideas that would be fresh… fresh skin, fresh application, youthful and delicate. Min-jee suggested a gold theme for makeup and Sabrina presented concepts for smooth subtly shaped hairstyles. For my part I wanted to shoot it clean and fresh as well, no complicated sets or locations… simple, glowing, ethereal. As the visual concept began to form it somehow reminded me of the story of King Midas and how he tragically turned his innocent and beloved daughter to gold, which I felt perfectly suited the underlying theme of our shoot… innocence, touches of gold, magic, purity. For the styling I wanted something more timeless than current fashions, and at the same time didn’t want to have a bare shoulder shoot that might feel too mature for Maya. I decided to create custom pieces to frame the beauty looks, which would be simple and translucent and allow both glowing light and soft shaped shadows. I initially researched a lot of structural artistic fashion designs with interesting details, then turned away and sketched ideas that I thought might work in paper. I bought various materials - tracing paper, rip-stop nylon, etc., which had the desired transparency and stiffness, laid things out on a table and started “draping” on my mannequin. I have some experience sewing, as well as creating numerous props for other shoots in the past, so I knew that I might not get exactly what I envisioned, but I have found that if you go with the properties of the materials at hand you’ll end up with something that works… and often some fun surprises. One of the looks was actually created when I crumpled a finished piece in frustration and then decided I liked it better crinkled (although I had to make two more trying for the best “crinkle” result)! Another came about as I looked at all the cut scraps on the floor and realized that the loose pile had such beauty if I could just figure a way to make it “wearable”. And finally, at the shoot each finished


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piece needed to be slit up the back to be slipped on the model without ruining the hair and makeup - no over the head. Plus the delicate nature of the paper pieces meant some very careful posing so as to not have unintentional creases or tears! Fortunately the delicate pieces all lasted long enough to be photographed, and our team is thrilled to have the results featured in Lucy’s Magazine. photographer/stylist (handmade paper and fabric collars) LIZ DUNGATE www.lizdungate.com @lizdungate hair stylist SABRINA FETTERKIND using R+CO www.sabrinafetterkindhair.com @sabrinafetterkindhair makeup artist MIN-JEE MOWAT using MAC www.minjeemowat.com @minjee.mowat makeup artist agency LIZBELL AGENCY www.lizbellagency.com @lbartists model MAYA @_mayagrant model agency MVM AGENCY www.mvmagency.ca @mvmagency


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left make up eyes shadow URBAN DECAY Electric @urbandecaycosmetics NYX Vivid brights creme color blueprint @nyxcosmetics_russia MAC Select cover-up cache-cernes @maccosmeticsrussia NARS soft matte Vanilla light2 @narsissist BECCA under eye brightening corrector @beccacosmetics clothing dress SELF-PORTRAIT @mrselfportrait earrings H&M @hm right make up eyes shadow URBAN DECAY Electric @urbandecaycosmetics eyeshadow VG PROFFESIONAL MAC Select cover-up cache-cernes @maccosmeticsrussia NARS soft matte vanilla light2 @NARSISSIST BECCA under eye brightening corrector @beccacosmetics TAFT extra strong fixation clothing necklace ZARA @zara gloves stylists own


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make up eyes shadow URBAN DECAY Electric @urbandecaycosmetics NOUBA mallibacci @noubarussia MAC trend forecast spring 17/lip pallet @maccosmeticsrussia MAC Select cover-up cache-cernes @maccosmeticsrussia NARS soft matte vanilla light2 @narsissist BECCA under eye brightening corrector @beccacosmetics clothing top USHATAVA @ushatava_live beret 12STOREEZ @12storeez

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make up eyes shadow URBAN DECAY Electric @urbandecaycosmetics MAC Zoom lash green is green @maccosmeticsrussia MAC Select cover-up cache-cernes @maccosmeticsrussia NARS soft matte vanilla light2 @narsissist BECCA under eye brightening corrector @beccacosmetics clothing blazer ZARA @zara top STRADIVARIUS @stradivarius


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photographer HELENA BROMBOSZCZ www.helenabromboszcz.com @helenabromboszcz make up & hair KATARZYNA OLKOWSKA @kasinho_makeup stylist SYLWIA MORAWSKA @morafka_ model DOROTA CHOJECKA @dorota_chojecka assistants ADA MOYCHO @adka.moy KASIA DANIOĹ @kasiadaniol


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bra UNDRESS CODE jacket ARMANI SHOWROOM ALTERNO earrings SAFFA opposite page jacket CALVIN KLEIN vest ROBERTO CAVALLI SHOWROOM ALTERNO underpants UNDRESS CODE earrings SAFFA


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underpants & bra UNDRESS CODE dress ANNA NAWROCKA & BEATA PIECZĄKA opposite page fur HUZIOR necklace SAFFA body UNDRESS CODE


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Meg Donnelly by RAMONA ATKIN / Meg’s Instagram @megdonnelly empathy was the lead.

Ramona: How did you start your acting career?

MEG: When I was 6 years old, there was a sign in a storefront window that read ‘Coming Soon: Sing, Dance, Act’.

My dad

asked if I wanted to give it a try. A couple days later, I walked into Annies Playhouse, a theater school in Far Hills, NJ. From

Ramona: Who is your role model from within the Acting Industry?

MEG: Growing up, I wanted to be Amy Poleher and Tina Fey. I

the first day, I found a home. I soon began spending every night

began watching SNL as a young girl (I compared show notes

singing, dancing and acting in those small rooms. We performed

with my 2nd grade teacher). Not only were they hilarious, but

two shows a year. Being on stage transformed me. In addition to

when I found out they wrote their own material, I was in awe.

performing, I found a group of people that saw the world the same

Currently, I aspire to be like my TV parents, Katy Mixon and

way I did. It was there that my manager first saw me perform and

Deidrich Bader. We are truly a family. They are both so gracious

signed me to a contract. My first professional acting job was on

with their time, advising me in my acting choices and the various

‘Sesame Street’ (the Juanes episode).

ways to approach each scene. But even more impressive is how they treat the cast and crew. They are both so kind and

Ramona: What are some of the challenges in the acting world?

considerate. They make everyone on the set feel important and

MEG: By far, the biggest challenge in acting is the audition

a part of the show. That is something I try to emulate each day

process. Regardless of talent or preparation, once you complete

on set.

the audition process, the final decision is out of your control. So many factors go into a casting decision, many of which have nothing to do with the actor’s ability. Of course, the rejection is also difficult but I take it as an opportunity to learn from it to be

Ramona: What type of acting role would interest you the most, and why?

MEG: A lead in a Broadway Musical. Since I was 8 years old, after my parents took me to see ‘Rent’, I wanted to play the part

better next time.

of ‘Mimi’. We would listen to the soundtrack over and over, until Ramona: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

I had all the numbers memorized. Although I would love the

MEG: MEG: Hopefully, I will be playing ‘Taylor’ on ‘American

chance to play ‘Mimi’, now that ‘Hamilton’ hit the stage, I dream

Housewife’ for a long time to come!

I also enjoyed singing,

of playing the part of ‘Eliza’. Singing ‘Burn’ on stage, in font a live

dancing and acting in the upcoming musical, Disney’s ‘Zombies’.

audience, would be the ultimate. I want to continue to seek roles

In addition to television and movie roles, I’d love to return to the

that inspire the audience to think differently and be transformed.

New York City theatre community and continue pursuing a music

Strong, independent women. I believe I played such a role as

career.

‘Addison’ in Disney’s ‘Zombies’.

Hopefully the audience will

agree. Ramona: From a professional context, what do you feel your greatest weakness is?

Ramona: What does acting mean to you?

so much I want to do. Trying to balance a professional career with

a different perspective, through another’s eyes. It is also an

school, and a social life, is very difficult. Sometimes it feels that I

escape. When I am acting, or singing, I can stop being Meg.

cannot give 100% to everything and that I am spread too thin. At

Get out of my own head. Take a break from all that is going on in

times, I have to take a deep breath and prioritize those things that

my life. It really is great therapy.

MEG: Time management. While I am still only 17 years old, there is

MEG: It allows me to be transformed. To see the world from

are important to me. Ramona: Why acting? Ramona: Can you tell me about the last film you went to see?

MEG: As much as I chose acting, it chose me.

That sign

Were there areas you felt could have been improved on?

in Annies window appeared at a time when I was having a

MEG: ‘Wonder Women’. She was my mom’s favorite super hero

miserable time playing soccer. My parents wanted me to join

when she was growing-up. I wanted to experience the movie with

an activity, but sports were not my thing (although I am a big

my mom to share what she saw when she was my age. Other

sport’s fan). Then I walked into Annies, got on stage and my life

than casting me in a supporting role (hah), I am not sure it could

was changed forever. From that first day, performing is all I ever

have been improved upon. The movie was action packed, filled

wanted to do. Hopefully, I will continue to be blessed and given

with dynamic characters and a woman with great courage and

the opportunities to pursue my dreams.


photography THE RIKER BROTHERS @rikerbrothers makeup ANTON K @antonmakeup styling LO VONRUMPF @stylelvr hair MIKA FOWLER @mikafowlerxx blue dress PRETTY LITTLE THINGS jewelry SACRED JEWELS


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red is resentful model THAIS MARTINS @ MODELS1 @tthaismarttins @models1 photography ZUZIA ZAWADA www.zuziazawada.com @zuziazawada retoucher MARCIN MIKUS @marcinm90 styling LYLA CHENG @lyla.cheng www.picky-soul.com mua SNOWKEI LAN COULTHARD using MAC www.snowkeimakeup.com @snowkeilan hair stylist EMMANUEL ESTEBAN www.eestebancoiffure.wix.com/esteban-emmanuel @estebanhair nails LASHAUN GRAHAM using ELEGANT TOUCH @lg_nailslondon digital tech RYAN BATER @ryanbaterstudio mua assistant WENWEN CHENG


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A chic and modern take on the classic color palette of black, white, and red. The rich warm tones of dark and luxurious reds are co u nt e r- b a l a n ce d by stark moments of white. A metallic ankle boot adds a festive holiday flare.

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an interview with

Ty McBride, Designer Of “INTENTIONALLY ________.” by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee If you’ve been looking for the perfect shoe - your search has officially ended. Ty McBride founded his brand, “INTENTIONALLY ___________.” (pronounced intentionally blank), in 2014. He had previously honed his passion for shoes while working at top footwear companies, such as Jeffrey Campbell Footwear. Now, the designer for his own shoe brand, Ty’s designs are carried by retailers such as ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Free People, as well as in his own retail store located in Chinatown, Los Angeles. His shoes are built with the fast-paced life of a city girl in mind, as she travels from the office, to the subway, to the party. Ty has branched out from shoes to include hats and apparel under the “INTENTIONALLY ___________.” label, all of which are designed to encourage adding personal style and flair. Continue reading to learn more about some of Ty’s designs, and his vision for his brand!

Summer: In life, what does it mean to you to leave something intentionally blank? TY: For me, this is one hundred percent individual. The things you leave blank, the things you don’t, how you fill in those blanks is what makes yourself unique. What you incorporate into your own personal ____________s is what makes you you, and I love that. I love diversity within humans. I think there are certain things in my own life I choose to leave blank, and it works for me. I like being single - I leave that space blank by my own choice. I think its important that we all have our own blanks, and we fill them or don’t as we see fit. Summer: I’m not sure I’ve ever spotted such an eye-catching pair of boots as the pair you’ve done in collaboration with HALF MAD. The super limited edition High Shine Red Boot is a bright and vibrant cherry red, but the real kicker is the chunky, geometric heels. One heel and sole is yellow and the other is blue. What was it like collaborating with HALF MAD, and what was the inspiration behind the two-toned heels? TY: The collab with Half Mad came about over email. In fact, I have yet to meet them in person. It was for sure very relaxed and matter of fact - a vibe I like. They were ordering some mainline shoes and asked me about an exclusive. I am really drawn to their vibe and the styling of their


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site. They mentioned they liked my JACOB boot, which I had done the previous season. From that point they drove the direction for the final product. The color scheme was based on an architectural photo of a color blocked building done in the same colors. After some shipping delays, we received the shoes, and when I opened them I was initially shocked to see them in person. They were really wild for me, for my brand. I was a bit nervous. While I liked them, I was worried they might be too loud for our client. I put them live on our site, in a very limited quantity (but across all the sizes), and we sold out to the pair in 48 hours and have had zero returns. The boot is still for sale on HALF-MAD, but they too didn’t order a large quantity. Summer: In terms of heel height, your shoes are pretty well-grounded. You feature many flats, kitten heels, and chunky heels of usually about two inches. Why do you shy away from super-high heels? TY: After spending my formative years in NYC, I came to be a person very fond of mobility in personal style. I like urban nomad tendencies in styling. I don’t really buy into the concept that heels are the only sexy shoe shape - I think that comes in many shapes and sizes, and many formats. Whenever we introduce heels that are 3.5” and higher, they simply don’t sell. They seldom perform for us. We are finding that the brand is selling primarily in very urban spots, in dense city areas where people move, take transit, walk, and function 24/7 - we want to make sure that they fit into busy schedules and styles that can be adapted for a myriad of settings based on how you style them. Summer: What step in the design process do you most enjoy? TY: I love seeing the first pull overs of new prototypes. They are mostly never correct, and are imperfect, but it is that first tangible sample that kind of sets the tone, sets my direction and my intention for the next range. Summer: I fell in love with the FR bootie at first sight. The base of the bootie is a pale, natural tone, and they are covered from pointed tip to kitten heel in black raffia pom poms. What statement do these booties make about the wearer? TY: The base of the FR bootie is an old boot my factory made in the early 2000’s. It’s a classic ankle boot style which was common in that era. By combining that boot with this typically spring-like raffia, I wanted to create something that spoke to the seasonless vibe we are currently seeing in style and in nature. Seasons are shifting, temperatures are fluctuating, things are different than before with the climate and how it responds. With this boot, I wanted to take a traditionally fall shape, and re-style it in an unexpected material. The person who wears this boot is, for me, very style forward, fun and truly about the details. The boot has sold well for us, which makes me happy. I love it when a non-traditional item can get some shoe fame!


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model KAYLA HOPPINS florals FIELDWORK FLOWERS photos ALEX LIANOPOULOS

Summer: You’ve released a sneaker called OLIVOR for men. Do you plan to design a sneaker for women? TY: I have struggled with our mens range. It’s cute and great, and has a point of view, but at the end of the day, I don’t have the time to focus on it. I can’t build it. I’m not super keen to compete in the sneaker market for women, or for men really - it’s not my forte and it’s a very branded game that I am not really into fighting for a piece of.


Summer: You’ve recently released a winter

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capsule of “INTENTIONALLY ___________.” apparel, which you describe as non-conformist and androgynous. What would you say to convince someone who wears tight, formfitting clothing that they should try your onesize, unisex line? Summer: What are some qualities of the perfect lounging-around shoe versus those of a perfect going-out shoe? TY: When I ask my clients this, they always want comfort in both venues of footwear selects. But I know that time-and-time again, for a going-out shoe, our fans love a compliment. For me, our shoes are based on how you style them, how you

TY: A lot of our pieces are oversized and very gender neutral - but not all. We don’t have any issues with tight form fitting items, of course, we love the shapes they create, but our entire vibe is about moving, living and being on the go! Our apparel pieces are an extension of the vision. They are meant to be pieces that the owner can work into their arsenal of favorites.

wear them. Styles like HALF MAD, and FR are fun and eye catching, but some of our styles are very quiet, sleek, and minimal - but styled right, are just as seductive in their own way. I love tiny details, and strange unexpected combos.

My favorite

item from Fall 2018 is the JANET boot. It’s super classic, has a nice sturdy heel, and is made of neoprene. It is great for office or night, brunch or something dressy. I love how long this boot makes the leg look, and how easy it is to make it your own, style-wise.

Summer: Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? TY: I am so bad with resolutions. To be really honest, the last few years I have tried to make a really attainable goal so I can easily treat myself. For the past four years my entire life has been the brand, building it, and focusing on it without hesitation or fault. Maybe this year, I can focus a resolution on balance, or on something very personal to my own life - getting to a better place personally. A guy can’t just think about mules his entire life! It’ll make you crazy.


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GOLD Shades of gold, crimson, and deep burgundy are prioritized above all other jewel tones this season. Her sultry features are framed by champagne locks, and her fingers are adorned by a collection of cocktail rings.

photographer BEN DUGGAN @duggangram model MADISON TABEEK @madisontabeek with NEXT MODELS @nextmodels creative direction DALIT GWENNA at WHITE HORSE AGENCY @dalit_gwenna make-up MATISSE ANDREWS @yomatisse hair EDDIE COOK @ eddie_cook retouching SOLTICE RETOUCH @solsticeretouch / all jewelry provided by RICARDO BASTA FINE JEWELRY @ricardobastajewelry lighting PARABOLIX LIGHTPARABOLIXLIGHT PRODUCTION @parabolixlight WHITE HORSE AGENCY @whitehorseagency caption by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee


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Welcome to winter on the West Coast - white picket fences in the early afternoon, and beachside by sunset. Jade wears her hair in a youthful, pop-star inspired half-up, half-down style. Her wardrobe encompasses preppy as well as athleisure, prioritizing trendiness and comfort above all else. caption by SUMMER LEE @summerannelee


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