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ISSUE NO 2 2019

#IAMfashionculture Reckonning Has Finally Arrived.

THE IMPORTANCE OF MODELS

ALEJANDRO ROSARIO PHOTOGRAPHY

“FASHIONABLY COLORS” Fashionably Colors

Alejandro Rosario

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What’s Your Color?

Trending Matrix, Lookbook, Beauty Essentials, Interviews, Styles, Featured Models, Trending All Over

About the Cover, 10 Tips on Fashion Photgraphy, Cover Interview with Rosario

Fashion Talents, HMUA, Stylist, Brands, Creation and Designs, and Photography Worldwide

Fashionably Colors defines colors may describe you or your mood. Read More.


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FASHION NEWS

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What’s new for next winter? Plenty. Easywear continues to be big, we’ll still be wrapping up warm in cozy clothes that make us feel safe, but for 2019..

Caith is a south african, who loves travel, and fashion. When she did her first editorial shoot, she was able to be creative.

DESIGNER’S LOOKBOOK

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Carlo Felice, Models Culture showcased a fabulous collection from Carlo Felice creations, read more.

How really it takes to be a fashion photographer? How easy is fashion photography? lets find out with Anna from fstoppers.com

BEAUTY ESSENTIALS

TALK ABOUT STYLE

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Fashionably colors make up from Vlada Korosteleva. Read more from the expert that surely you would follow the best make up procedure but simple.

It was trending talks which short or curl hair would fit our mens about a style that rose trendly on fashion insdustry.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS In order to be successful artist, leave the ego aside, never give up, work with a lot of passion and enjoy it always according to 10 Rosario #IAMfashionculture campaign Fashion is for Everyone. Just Do It.

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10 Tips in Fashion Photography From Alejandro Rosario.

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Fashion News worldwide Latest updates on Fashion Industries.

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Interviews Discover and Know their Story

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Lookbook See featured Models, Creations, HMUA, Brands and Photography.

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Beauty Essentials.

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Trending 140 Be one of us! fashion Trends worldwide

7 Inevitably the trial challenges in the world of modeling.

Wisdom Of A Model. Models Culture

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Editor Jonath Aquino Edition’s Art Directors Emmanuel Chambon Rachel Manalon Bhadz Soriano Roven Reyes Gracie Chambon Jeanne Daubney Randel Daquiz Edition’s Interviewees and Contributors Vlada Korosteleva Alejandro Rosario Glenn Malaga Anna Parfenova

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

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ne of the Biggest Reason artist don’t start to show up, or

ists forging their talent and their works and

try to flip their talent on the side, is because they always

ideas by showing their creative works.

think that fashion industries was much less diverse in terms of many aspects especially on physical appearance.

Fashionably colors in connection to our campaign #IAMfashionculture is all about colors

From dreamers, to aspiring, to stardom why not to speak to

to merge with the talents, artists, photogra-

one of the masters of turning their skills into reality?

phy and creations to artistically defines fashions at all colors. It also features a limitless of

Enter Sir Alejandro Huerta

ideas regardless of colors, race, nation etc. Fashion is for everyone, that is somewhere

In this issue, we find out what it takes to not only enough to be

there and someone is looking for.

pretty, or let us say tall, or thin or something plus-size or even color representation. In order to be success, you have to take

We very excited to bring you this issue to you

actions. In addition, what Huerta’s secret sauce is to build an

bringing a lot of talent story, and promise

empire of output from his passion in photography? A true in-

after you read, you will be PUMPED with in-

spirational photographer and a true hero of artists that is

spiration, and armed with game changer ad-

shows up each

vice and courage to get those dreams/ideas

click of his cam-

off the ground.

era, which inspires me, and

“Unless you dream, your’re not going to

talents all over

achieve anyting” – Mr. Richard Branson

the world. We are lucky to have Sir Alejandro to let you inspired by

The editor

his work and his

Jonath Aquino

passions. also

We

interview

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EDITORIAL

NEW FACE TEXT BY JONATH AQUINO MODEL JOHN ANDRES

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I n e v i t a bl y the trial challenges in the world of modeling. I was a beginner that time, the first struggle that I encounter is bullying. It is not concealed by the knowledge of other people that I am looking in height in fact I am only 5'6 in height. But I used it as inspiration to continue my modeling because I know for myself that I did not make it unpleasant for me to be judged. Says that they can not prevent the person with dreams, only God can judge us. Secondly is tired, hungry and thirsty. Sometimes shortage of money on fare and allowance. But all that comes with being a Model at the beginning is so hard but Its been a while and I know I'm happy with what I'm doing. For all the problems I'm going through as a Model I'm grateful to God as he continues to guide me in everything for God who gave me the courage to resist all the trouble and gave me wisdom. I am also grateful to those who have fully believed and trusted in my ability to sir Von Ryan E. Balidio who offered me to enter the world of modeling here in Riyadh Saudi Arabia and also to Kuya Toto Glenn Escondida Malaga and manang Bart Penaranda who always support my dream of becoming a successful model. So those who want to become a Model just keep it up rather use this as an inspiration to implicate the youth who want to be model someday.

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THE CANDYMAN HMUA II BART PENARANDA Photography II TOTOGRAPHY Concept/Styling II Glenn Toto Malaga

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NEWS

FASHION NEWS TEXT BY GRACE CHAMBON

What’s new for next this season? Plenty. Easywear continues to be big, we’ll still be wrapping up warm in cozy clothes that make us feel safe, but for 2019 comfort will also mean an eclectic succession of familiar pieces, that are also fail-safe in the style stakes. The overall trend might have been towards real clothes that are easy to throw on and a way of dialling seduction down to the everyday, but fashion didn’t forget about fun, color and glamour. Next winter will be determined, celebrating individuality and style with a multitude of trends that are dying to be worn. Choose yours.

OLIVIER ROUSTEING BRINGS HIS MAXIMALISM TO COUTURE AT BALMAIN

ANYA HINDMARCH'S LATEST LFW PLANS ARE AS IMAGINATIVE AND IMMERSIVE AS EVER - VOGUE

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nya Hindmarch has set the London Fashion Week bar high for herself. Since abandoning the traditional show format, she has suspended giant chubby heart balloons over the city's famous landmarks and installed the world’s largest bean bag in Westminster’s Banqueting House. How does one think of a better way to entertain editors than inviting them to lie on a cloud in hazmat suits while listening to the shipping forecast? For a woman whose past presentations have also seen human conveyor belts, fairground rides and giant dolls’ houses erected, imagination is not a problem.

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MEGHAN MAKES HER FIRST VISIT TO THE NATIONAL THEATRE AS ROYAL PATRON - VOGUE

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er appointment at the South Bank establishment marks Meghan’s first as royal patron, a position she took over from the Queen earlier this year, and one deemed fitting considering her past connection with the arts and entertainment industry. Wearing a pale pink Brandon Maxwell dress and matching blazer, Aquazzura Very Matilde pumps and a Carolina Herrera clutch, Meghan joined a workshop with cast members of the Pericles production, before meeting different departments.

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ARIS, France — Olivier Rousteing unveiled his couture vision for the house of Balmain on Wednesday night, as Paris Fashion Week came to a close. It's been 16 years since the house, back then under the creative directorship of Oscar de la Renta, staged its last couture show. Read More at Business Fashion


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THIS IS WHAT JUSTIN BIEBER'S CLOTHING LOOKS LIKE

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nspired by the pirouettes of his imagination and his undying love for fashion, Mak Tumang started as sheer raw talent. A proponent of modern techniques, haute couture and his continuous pursuit of luxurious elegance, he has become a well distinguished name and esteemed personality in both national and international fashion scene. Known for his intricate embroidery, detailed lacework and elaborate designs, he has taken the industry by storm. He has dressed famous celebrities and beauty queens. One of his most recent popular pieces is the gown of Miss Universe Philippines 2018 Catriona Gray. A Mak Tumang gown has been made to the highest standard. No wonder, Mak’s iconic designs continue to break barriers and gain recognition around the world.

rew House, inspired by Bieber's middle name, is a unisex line of loose-fitting everyday wear that walks the line between Bieber's signature rugged-sporty look and Kanye West's popular Yeezy leisurewear—just with a massive smiley face across the front. The collection includes oversized hoodies you can wear while running, serenading your loved one (and a random stranger) on the street, or any other Bieber-like activities you may find yourself doing.

Read More at elle.com

RACHEL BROSNAHAN PAYS LOVING TRIBUTE TO HER LATE AUNT KATE SPADE IN NEW CAMPAIN

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rances Valentine, the accessories line launched by the late designer Kate Spade in 2016, has tapped The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Rachel Brosnahan as the face of its spring 2019 campaign. It's a poignant pairing: Kate Spade, who passed away tragically last June, was Brosnahan's aunt.

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hot by Maggie Cepis, the aptly titled Love, Katy collection celebrates the colorful and playful aesthetic Kate Spade was loved for. In the campaign, Brosnahan is photographed in vibrant dresses and printed trousers along with the new Frances Valentine spring offerings, including the Alice Kitten Heels, Arielle Basket Bag, and the Honeypot straw handbag, one of Brosnahan's favorites.

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ome of the fashion week schedules posted by fashionweekonline for your reference and hit the runway show:

ew York Fashion Week | schedule February 7 - 15, 2019, London Fashion Week | schedule February 15 - 19, 2019. Milan Fashion Week | schedule February 19 - 25, 2019, Paris Fashion Week | schedule February 25 - March 5, 2019, Menswear Calendar here

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IMAGE: ALEJANDRO HUERTA ROSARIO Models Culture Magazine “Fashionably Colors” Cover Model II Danny Martinez MUA II Jonathan Lule Hair Stylist II Domingo Dávila

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TEXT BY JONATH AQUINO

ABOUT THE COVER Hailing from Tabasco Mexico, this amazing Mexican photographer conceptualized “Fashionably colors” issue of Models Culture Magazine Sir Alejandro Huerta Rosario. Model Dany Martinez who poses fashionably colors in Royal Blue dress aesthetically paired with a golden yellow leather type lower garments, a thumb bottons and a lace type belt to pack up the package. Sir Alejandro didn’t missed the artist to wrap his photography. The model make-up by Jonathan Lule and Hair & Style by Domingo Davilla. Sir alejandro crew was perfectly drove to land the cover of February Issue. Read more about Sir Alejandro on next page. IMAGE: ALEJANDRO HUERTA ROSARIO Models Culture Magazine “Fashionably Colors” Cover Model II Danny Martinez MUA II Jonathan Lule Hair Stylist II Domingo Dávila

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My passion and aspiration in life is to be a great fashion photographer, I love to travel too, to see and know new places and people, I started in this medium when it came to the point in my career on time that I am sure I did not want to be in a office job, a means by which to express myself and project my ideas. Then everything follows. Inspiration comes from many parts, from what happens to me in everyday life, from travel, from my state of mind, from what I see, all the time I'm observing, I try to imagine what a photograph would look like of what this thinking at that moment, so I can say that all the time I'm in inspiring


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“AT SOME POINT COLORS, DEFINES ART AND FASHIONS” COVERED PHOTOGRAPHY ALEJANDRO HUERTA ROSARIO

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Alejandro Fashion Photography Tips to Succes and Good Results According to


f there is a man who has defined photography is passion of success for an aspiring artist and ambitious talents, it’s Alejandro Rosario. He studied Graphic Designing at University, since then he do Photography. He worked in a company as a marketing manager for 8 years, a moment on his life, he wanted to venture to do what he was passionate about, and was to dedicate for himself to photography. “The first year was very difficult since my knowledge was limited”Alejandro said. He began to prepare himself by studying and practicing a lot until these days and know that he still long way to go. But he was very happy of what he has achieved so far since Alejandro have overcome all obstacles on along the way of his journey in photography. According to him when it comes to mistakes that he wish turn back time to correct it is that, the mistake I made in the past that I wish I could take backis that, assumed and believing in a certain moment of my life that I already knew everything, and to my surprise it's not like that, until today I know that I still have lot to learn.

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Does the greatest photographer has a mentor of his own? any of the artist such as photographers define ascritical to their success is identifying great mentors on their passion. For most of us finding someone who could guide them in developing their talent and skills. How about those on the edge of their career? Do they need mentors? Rosario stated that on learning process and knowledge acquisition along the mentors are always there, as he started within himself, studying and practicing learnings in photography. Its a matter of experience.

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“With my crew and clients,I try to maintain an excellent relationship with my clients and colleagues with whom I collaborate, since having a good environment always gives good results and a great learning experience. Each of them turns mentors and vice versa.” “At my present career, my priorities in order are: Family, Work, Friends, Social Life. There are times when I were able to successfully persuade someone to see things my way at work but usuallybefore accepting a job I give certain guidelines of what I intend to do and how to project the expected result by the client, some examples to visualize what I see and have a better idea of what I want to project.

Alejandro, please tell us about your proudest professional accomplishment as a Photographer. So far what fills me with more satisfaction is that my work is beginning to be recognized and have already had to date 9 publications in international journals Alejandro, please give us an example of a time you were able to be creative with your work. What was exciting or difficult about it? In all my projects I have the opportunity to be creative, to be able to carry out and plan the production, the power to complement the team results in a project with more creativity, the hard part would be being able to mix all the ideas that come to mind because there are what to select the best The reasons why artist fail to reach their career or their skills not discovered is Lack of diffusion, either for lack of interest or because they do not have the means to do so. Reaching Goals Do not give up, work hard, have clear goals of what you want no matter how high they seem, give up your ego, practice a lot, invest in constant training, ignore negative comments, have a lot of passion for what you do, and above all, enjoy it always My advice I could give to people who wants to be successful as a Model Or Artist is, “Leave the ego aside, never give up, work with a lot of passion and enjoy it always.”

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ashion design is a form of art dedicated to the creation of clothing and other lifestyle accessories. Modern fashion design is divided into two basic categories: haute couture and ready-to-wear. The haute couture collection is dedicated to certain customers and is custom sized to fit these customers exactly. In order to qualify as a haute couture house, a designer has to be part of the Syndical Chamber for Haute Couture and show a new collection twice a year presenting a minimum of 35 different outfits each time. Ready-to-wear collections are standard sized, not custom made, so they are more suitable for large production runs. They are also split into two categories: designer/createur and confection collections. Designer collections have a higher quality and finish as well as an unique design. They often represent a certain philosophy and are created to make a statement rather than for sale. Both ready-to-wear and hautecouture collections are presented on international catwalks.

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Who invented it? — The first fashion designer who was more than a simple seamster was Charles Frederick Worth, in the 19th century. Before he set up his fashion design house in Paris, clothing was made by anonymous dressmakers and fashion standards were derived from the styles worn by royalty. Worth was the first designer to actually dictate to his customers what to wear rather than following their demands. His fashion house became so famous that people were able to attach a face and a name to designs when they knew they were from the House of Worth. This was the beginning of the tradition to have a designer of a house not only create clothing, but also represent the symbol of the brand.

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ashion design is a form of art. To work as a designer, you should have an artistic and creative personality.

You also have to be good at drawing and able to express your ideas in sketches. You don't necessarily have to be a great artist, but you must have some special skills for combining colors, tones and shades. You also have to be able to work with fabric and use textiles in a creative and original manner. Fashion designers have a good visual imagination and are able to think in three-dimensions and put their ideas into garments.

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new things and read magazines, journals and books on fashion design history and new trends. They also have to be interested in art, visit art galleries and interact with all kinds of artists whenever they have the opportunity. A designer should also have some knowledge and experience of tailoring (cutting, draping, sewing etc.) and be able to tell the difference between different fabric quality levels.

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design. Designers should have good communication skills and be able to express their ideas clearly. But most important, they have to be very original and have fresh, innovative ideas.

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DESIGNER LOOKBOOK

Simone Marulli

Bridal Designer Milan, ITALY

ABOUT Simone Marulli, fashion designer from Milan. according to him art was his obsession and creating wedding dresses and elegant clothes best defines life for him. He love getting into tailoring and smelling the fabric, the noise of sewing machines and moving my hands into a dress with a piece of lace on a mannequin. all my collection is made in Italy. “It's been a long time since my grandmother's beautiful mobile napkins rubbed them on my mother's dolls, but the strength to believe in my passion led me to be the first fashion designer to parade at the Unesco glass palace in Paris and to be selected as a new talent from the BBFW.� Simone

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fren Ubana Sismundo,Filipino married with two kids who graduated BS Education Majoring Physical Education, Health and Music(PEHM) in Camarines Norte State College, Camarines Norte Philippines. He was also a Hair dresser, He finished his degree in order to get his diploma to as a college graduate to pursue my passion in Fashion. He applied in a Fashion Company owned by his cousin who design kiddie clothes and dresses and the production were put in the department store and sell it by order.

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ouple of years working on the said company until he received a call from his friend overseas, informing him about requirement of a designer urgently. So he decided to apply and luckily he was hired. 2004 a lucky year for Efren when started working overseas, and he was so amazed on difference of his origin country to Arabian fashion, their fashion was more on details and a lot of bead crafting designs. “But after a year I adopted the Arabian fashion, living in a country where custom and traditions are far from his homeland may be a bit of culture shock effect on his usual routing on daily basis which among fellow Filipino struggle when it comes to lifestyle practices compared to an open country. “But working in this country made me more vulnerable on my skills and learnings. I joined different Organization and Community Group like RAMFA, FR eastern Region, RCA, and Photographers Association here in KSA etc.

Most of them are communities helping the needy fellow countrymen who work in kingdom. We showcase our designed in a Runway show and Photoshoot for a cause or a fund raising activity for distressed OFW.” Efren said. He want to render an act of kindness through his talent which is a gift from the creator especially to the needy, and Thank God for giving me this talent, to share and bless everyone.”

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Photography II Dale Mariano Model II Sarah Benjamin Fashion Designer II Efren Sismundo Make-up artist II Efren Sismundo www.dalemariano.com

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lthough Katherine and Tom started their journey together as partners in life over 20 years ago, but it wasn’t until 2015 that Carlo Felice brand was born inspired by the influence of a beautiful Mediterranean island- Sardinia. With extensive banking, customer service and supply chain delivery experience under their belt, they began their quest of creating clothes that promote self-confidence, inner strength, and happiness. Today Carlo Felice brand is wholeheartedly focussed on delivering ultimate quality and creating with passion and purpose. Here at Carlo Felice we believe that all the clothes women wear should make them feel significant, special, confident, comfortable, beautiful, and ultimatelyhappy. That is why we carefully design all our collections in house, we regularly travel to Italy to visit top fabric and accessories manufacturers and handpick the materials ourselves, as well as monitor the production process very closely to ensure highest standards of the finished products we ultimately bring to our clients. Our mission and goal is to help women build self-confidence and self- awareness of one’s real purpose and connect with an audience of same-minded Carlo Felice women. Above all, we believe that Carlo Felice is not just fashion, it's a timeless lifestyle choice. ’Io sono Carlo Felice. I am Carlo Felice. Carlo Felice woman remains unconventional regardless of the ever changing fashion and social trends; She surpasses time by living in the moment and that is how she creates a sturdy world of tomorrow. We pride ourselves by living and breathing the three fundamental values that determine the world of Carlo Felice. Our values are: Quality, Transparency and Responsibility.

CLOTHING BRAND London, Great Britain www..carlo-felice.com Photographer II CARLA CUENCA CORTES Jewelery II Julieta Alvarez Model II Anna Guix

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PSYCHOLOGISTS TALKS ccording to the stylist and author of the book, Color Your Style by David Zyla, “Even if your wardrobe is filled with clothes of a variety of colors and shades, there is always the color that you give a greater preference to because you feel more comfortable and confident in it. It is the very color that reflects your character.”

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fter reviewing the findings of many experts, Bright Side shows you how your favorite color characterizes you in the eyes of people around you.

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11. “Black is a color that is taken seriously” says a fashion and style expert, Karen Haller.

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pearance to personality since internal qualities of a person are most important to them.

reliability. Therefore, many working uniforms or 10. Brown is the color of the earth, the color of some- business suits are of blue color.” thing reliable, strong and stable. That’s how people who often wear brown and its shades are perceived by others.

he scientists of the University of British Columbia held a study about the influence of color and found that darker shades of blue have a calming effect. People tend to associate the color blue with intelligence, trust, efficiency, and tranquility.

T ndeed, according to research in the field of psychology, the color black is perceived by others as an indicator of prestige, power, seriousness, and intelligence. Therefore, in many European universities, the graduation mantle is colored black.

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eople who prefer to wear black clothing are ambitious, purposeful but also sensitive. As a rule, they are emotional and easily excitable, although they often try to hide it. Black color helps them to switch the attention of surroundings from their ap-

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eople who like to wear the color brown are slightly conservative, respect their elders and always look for peace, stability, and strength in everything. A girl in a brown dress or a man in a brown jacket give the impression of a reliable, intelligent and rational person.

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09. Journalist and psychologist, Lisa Johnson Mandell wrote, “Blue is the best color to put on to an interview because it sends out confidence and

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lue shades of clothing are often chosen by kind, sympathetic, courteous and even shy people. As psychologists say, the person in blue will become a wonderful parent or an exemplary worker. Calmness and poise are two of the most common qualities found these types of people.

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08. Scientists from the University of Amsterdam say that the color green sustains a good mood within you and your surroundings. “The pleasantness of green comes from its kinship with nature, which causes a


ccording to experts, people who wear purple are feeling of peace and contentment,” says Leatrice emotional and sensitive. They are dreamy, pasEiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Color sionate and love mysticism. These people are also Institute and the author of the book, More Alive With known to be unpredictable and dealing with them Color’. can be both easy and difficult at the same time.

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06. “Red is the color of passion and power. You should give your preference to this color if you are going to persuade or impress somebody”, says Kenny Frimpong, the manager of the brand of Italian menswear, Eredi Pisano.

n addition, yellow increases concentration and attention, so it is often used on billboards, advertising sites, road signs, and street lines.

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hose who prefer green lead an active, public life, they always live in a good area and they are financially stable. They are also caring, kind and have a soft heart.

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07. In the past, purple was often a representation of royalty and higher society. It meant sophistication, wealth and luxury. Cleopatra was known to be crazy about the color purple. During these times, only the rich could afford to wear such shades of purple.

xperts say that shades of yellow in clothing are often used by active, creative and addicted people. They are bright dreamers and adventurers, ready to explore and conquer.

E ny bright shades of red draw attention to the person wearing them. People tend to associate the vibrant color with energy, movement, and excitement. Psychologists from the University of Rochester found that men are more attracted to women wearing a ruby tint. “Red is a stimulant for men,” says Abby Calisch, a psychology professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia.

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04. White is the symbol of freedom, purity, innocence, and simplicity. That’s why many people decide to buy something white when they are starting something new in their life or entering a new chapter.

hose who often wear red are bright, easily excitable, slightly self-centered and also addictionprone.

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05. Yellow is the color of happiness, sun, and laughter. Studies show that the color yellow increases the production of serotonin in the brain, speeds up meoday, the purple color when worn in clothing in- tabolism and lifts the mood to all those around it.

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he color white attracts reliable people who love freedom and who look at life optimistically.

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These people are very neat and organized in everything they do, they like new beginnings and strive for perfection. In general, white can be worn by many different personality types. It is a neutral color, which rarely repels others.

categorical person. But in most cases, a person who favors gray is someone who does not like to attract attention and tries to maintain neutral. Then there are these types of people...

03. Bright pink is the color of a flirty girl but can can also be seen in children’s wardrobes or on Barbie dolls. However, for those of a more mature age, softer, more tender shades of pink are preferable as they represent ultimate femininity.

01 As stylists like to say, gray is the color of balance, it is neither dark nor bright. If a person has a lot of gray clothing it usually means they want to remain invisible. ray and its shades are a symbol of tranquility, dimensionality, and maturity. Many middle-aged men wear gray suits, while women of older ages wear gray dresses.

G oft pink is considered calm, warm and feminine and is one of the most powerful sedatives. Therefore, in some prisons, walls are painted in shades of pink to reduce the level of aggression.

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ueen Elizabeth II of Great Britain loves all colors equally and tries to wear each and every one of them. Many believe that the Queen changes colors in accordance with her mood. Which of these colors do you prefer to wear? Do our personality descriptions match your character? Please tell us about it in the comments!

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ccording to psychologists, people who love pink are romantic, optimistic and self-righteous (in a good sense). As a rule, they are people who appreciate kindness and comfort above everything else.

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HAIR STYLE FOR MEN Men’s hairstyle trends change slowly until new trends emerge. Slick backed hair became matte and messy, tapers are taking on fades, and the European hair trends has brought textured styling to all kinds of looks. This year has seen quite a shift. There are the best new men’s hairstyles of 2018 that will still be going strong in 2019.

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COLORFUL DRESS FOR WINTER

Soft pink is considered calm, warm and feminine and is one of the most powerful sedatives. Therefore, in some prisons, walls are painted in shades of pink to reduce the level of aggression.Images/pinterest

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Retro is a pretty general term but refers to clothing commonly worn in the past. When we talk about retro style, we are referring to the fashions of the 1940s 1950s and 1960s. Certain items have become iconic and representative of these times, like the 50s poodle skirt or the 60s Mod style, which can be combined in new and interesting ways with current clothing and fabrics.

Layering is front and center for next winter, with plays on texture and volume in a masterful game of accumulation. Balenciaga gave the illusion of nine layered items worn at once, playing with trompe-l’œil extremes to take on the arctic cold. At Chanel, layering was more discrete, with an updated hoodie worn over a padded jacket, over a dress. Prada went for a nightbright, multi-layered vision that was seen by Miuccia Prada as so many layers of protection for women.

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Wesley Thevissen MODEL BELGIUM ABOUT He was born in a small city Called genk in belgium. Grew from a hard working family.. He always setting goals in his life to finally end up where he was today. Doing what he like and have been modeling for 17 years now and still learning everyday by meeting new people and visiting new places.. He also have 2 beautiful sons who mean the world to him .. In his spare time, he try to spend time as much as possible with them. Time flies so fast, so he try to make the best of each day that comes to love and cherish the small unit of society. My family. Wesley Image Manny Fontanilla Photography 40

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Wesley Thevissen Fashion photographer Maurizio Montani Based Italy Milano Height Hair Eyes Bust Waiste Hips

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“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.”

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ABOUT I am a mother of an 8 month old angel. I love dressing and styling her up the way I used to when I was modelling back then. Motherhood didn’t take away my passion in fashion instead it broadens more my creative “self ” in how to put up myself beautifully together despite being a busybody. I can clearly recall as a child that I am a fan of beauty pageants. I am one of those girls who dreamed of becoming a beauty queen (why not?, right) Fast forward to present I didn’t become one, but I have no hang ups whatsoever because I have managed to keep my self busy in activities available for “average” people and a dreamer like me. I was lucky enougb to have given a chance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to be part of the modelling industry where models, designers, stylists and photographers are actively working together to help each other support each ones passion. View More at modelsculture.com

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JANIRA IDER Model London, GB ABOUT Modeling is really a passion for me. For example, when I am in a shooting or a catwalk I feel happy and forget everything else. My dream as a child was to be model, actress and travel around the world. Then make my own business. I am actually working on it until I feel proud enough and reach all my goals. My greatest strength is probably my perseverance despite the difficulties; stay motivated and ambitious to reach my goals into my professional modeling career I started my career with a beauty contest in Greece and was selected to represent Algeria. After all, I returned to Paris and decided to finish my studies. Photographer II Shakeel Bin Afsal Make-up Artist II Saima Kiran Designer II Ayesha Aejaz

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JANIRA IDER on “Fashionably Colors’ www.modelsculture.com “In order to focus more heavily on my modelling career, I moved to London 4 years ago, to get more experience and modelling work. In fact, I started working internationally for different designers, make up artists, ... from different cultures.” Janira

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Cristian Covelli Fashion Model ITALY ABOUT I am a young Italian who works in a pharmaceutical company and has been pursuing the dream of becoming a well-known model for many years. I love photography and for this I dedicate myself to doing this. I work in fashion and advertising since I was 18 years old. I have done many jobs and continue to pursue this dream of mine.

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Cristian Covelli Fashion Model ITALY My dream, my love in photography brings me more learning to develop more to achieve my dream so then, keet going. and avhieve more, Continue llearning developing my passion, would be the foundation of the those dream someday it will happen. View some of my photos on Modelsculture.com Cristian

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Papungkorn SAKUNSONG Model/Actor Bangkok, THAILAND ABOUT Sakunsong was the winner of Mister Model international 2016 (In India). What made him more flexible in terms of working with fellow artist is that, he is friendly person and can easily get by and join other. According to Sakunsong, Being nice to everyone who you work with a building block of real friendship. His passion brings him too many awards and project. His attitude towards his career of being punctual on work and being responsible at all means.

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PAPUNGKORN SAKUNSONG Model/Actor Bangkok, THAILAND Sakunsong also been a Moderator in Travel Thai, Thong thiow Thai, and CH5 Thai Dramas such as Malee Roeng Rabam Channel 3, Dhevada Fun Nam Nom Channel 7, Nang Fah Lah Phee MoNo29 Channel, Miti Sayong/Episode Pa Cha, Look Phu Chaai/Episode Phupah GMM25 Channel. He appeared as well on Movies such as Love's coming/Chai Rak Rue Plao (leading role), Love Love you, White Valentine's(Vietnamese movie/leading role) and Toottoo Koo Chart

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knows the world-famous makeup artist Pat McGrath and her line of cosmetics that you definitely want to have in your cosmetic bag. I will tell you how to make a festive fashion makeup in the trends of 2019 based on the Mothership II palette and the Permagel ultra glide eye pencil. make up. Bleached eyebrows for anyone not become an amazing phenomenon in make-up. The whole emphasis is on the eyes, while the underlined lower eyelid may seem heavy, but it is balanced by the graphical arrow.

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Apply a light shade of shadows to the entire eyelid and blend a light brown shadow in the orbital line of the eye in the inside and outside by a fluffy brush.. Apply a green pigment to the lower eyelid and combine the transition from green to skin color with light brown eyeshadows. Make eye contouring with an ultra black pencil. Get down to the graphic lines. Do not forget to sharpen the pencil before drawing the lines!

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make up. Cheeky/bold makeup combined with feminine dress and accessories. Underlined cheekbones in a vertical fashion according to the type of male sculpture. And again focus on the eyes.

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Apply a pink pigment all over the main eyelid to the eyebrow and pull to the temple. Layer until the pigment will be bright. Deepen the shape of the eyes with a brown shade of eye shadow, also apply it on the lower eyelid. Apply the black pencil on the lower and upper eyelids, shade it.

make up. Pearl skin, pearl lipstick and eye makeup using only pigments. The Mothership II palette has 4 gorgeous pigments and 6 commercial shades of shadow. In this makeup, we use only 3 pigments for eye makeup.

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Apply a green pigment to the entire main eyelid with your finger and stretch it slightly to the temple, layer the pigment until it becomes bright. Put a golden hue on the lower eyelid, apply pink pigment in the inner corner of the eye. Emphasize the lining of the lower eyelid with eyeliner. Paint your eyelashes with mascara. Very simple, but spectacular makeup!

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Vlada Korosteleva Make-Up Artist RUSSIA ABOUT Vlada a professional make-up artist who has worked in the beauty industry since 2014. She was a key make-up artist of the fashion photography school "Fotofaq skool" and the "Lyovinstudio" team in the last 2 years. Her works were published in such magazines as "HAIR'S", "Creeg mag", "Thy magazine", "ANON", "ART COIFFURE & STYLE", "YOKO magazine", "INVOISE", "Imirage mag" etc. She collaborated with Tatyana Parfyonova fashion house, Russian stars of theater and cinema and winners of world competitions in hairdressing art. She is qualified make-up artist, Saint-Petersburg based. She was born and grew up in the city called Blagoveshchensk, the Far East of Russia. She found herself interested in drawing art since my childhood. Her career started at 10 years old, when she was a part of the show ballet “Alexandria�. She did make up for her teammates for the majority of their dance contests until I graduated from there at the age of 18. In 2014, She have decided to finish professional courses for make-up artists in Moscow. continue p63 Image/Lyovinstudio www.behance.net/visage_vlady

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Vlada Korosteleva Make-Up Artist RUSSIA more about... I did not expect that I could become an artist at any point of my life because I have received a degree of Taxation at Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation in Moscow. Step by step I have researched, practiced and gained knowledge of make-up skills. Participated in many projects and professional master classes where I had a chance to apply my artistic abilities. This experience was indeed valuable to me because I have met so many diverse people from the beauty industry that influenced my perception of what an authentic make-up artist should be like. They totally have changed the way I was thinking about my profession. However, I have not stopped working on selfimprovement and looking for opportunities to grow. cont. p64

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more about... For two years I have been working with a fashion photography school called “FotoFaq skool” in Saint-Petersburg. I spend most of the time with my team as a key make-up artist. Our professional crew is called “Lyovinstudio”, which includes photographer, stylist, producer, hairdresser and designer. The process and format of every project varies depending on the context and the desired outcome. Each time I find my inspiration from different sources, like art books, recent trends and museums to have concrete meaning in order to deliver the client’s message. Often, I prepare a presentation and share it with my team before every photoshoot to make sure that every person understands the idea and important details. It focuses on the specifics and function of every team member incorporating make up moodboard, references and the positioning of light. Sometimes, when I unable to find exact examples I draw makeup myself on the model’s photo by using computer programs. Other shoots can be pure improvisation where the collaboration of the team efforts indicate the right direction.

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One of my favorite projects was “Kintsugi” because it was meaningful and represented Japanese culture with its’ philosophy. The concept of this work tells us about how we treat broken and old things. The message is that we should not put them away, but rather work on those and repair. After doing that the broken things will breath in a new life and have a fresh start. This idea is similar to the struggles that people have on a daily basis, but they strive to overcome it by being able to fix their own problems.

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he decided to learn makeup and hairstyles, and always be beautiful where she really enjoyed creating beauty and beautifying people. In the first couple years that She started making makeup seriously, She had unlimited energy to work. “I was working every day, making a new makeup and images all night, and pushing my social media every minute in between. if you want to be professional, very important staying inspired to work and create every single day.” She said encouragely.

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he develop and improve. She have more than ten advanced training diplomas. “Giving people beauty is my vocation, so I make my work very responsibly and always positive!” Lana added.


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olina is a Dublin based Makeup Artist with over 11 years’ experience in the Beauty and Makeup Industry. I am passionate about makeup and constantly creating new distinct looks. In the past I performed many roles as a Makeup Artist, such as working as an official Artist for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Russia for 5 consecutive years, have also worked for Belfast Alternative Fashion Week in 2016 and Paris Fashion Week in September 2018. I currently work with several fashion and commercial photographers providing makeup design and consulting for their sessions. Some of my simple works below photos, and you can ask for more works at my best by filling the form below to keep in touch. www.polinaperminova.com Photography II @migasphotography HMUA II @polinaperminovamakeup Model II @jadeprincesss

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Image 3 Photography II @danielagerosaph HMUA II @polinaperminovamakeup Model II @hazeface Stylist II @otalsimal Image 4 “The warrior, the protector, the myth” Photography II @tomfaitdelaphoto HMUA II @polinaperminovamakeup Model II @ladymariew

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many magazines, search images on the web, Pinterest Fashion photography is an industry in which there is is an excellent platform where you can find many ima lot of competition and it is a world where exclusivity ages to inspire you, analyze the lighting, framing, setand glamor are very much appreciated, so you will need ting, this will help you a lot when developing your idea. to have knowledge in the world of fashion, such as designers, brands, icons, terminology. and industry news 3. Develop the concept to say some. Once you have planned your project, start sketching, define the type of lighting you are going to choose, whether it will be outdoors or in studio, what profile 2. Inspire yourself For any photographer who wants to enter the fashion the model should have, the type of make-up and cosindustry, you need inspiration, so you should see the tumes that you will occupy. , you have to be very clear work of others, recognized photographers in the mid- about what you want to communicate, where you want dle, reading fashion magazines is also a very effective the viewer to focus their attention, for example if the way to get inspired, so you're going to have to read important thing is clothing, then do not use accessories

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or very exotic make-up, if you are going to highlight polishing over time, practice different types of lighting, accessories such as bags, then the clothes must be very place it in different directions, experiment, do not limit sober. yourself, so you can be more effective when making your sessions.

4. Know the color It seems an unimportant element, but it is one of the 8. Organize most important things, knowing which color palette Once you are backing your photos on the computer, oryou are going to use in the session helps a lot in the ganize them, by date, type of project, etc. this will help final result, you can give a guide to the makeup artist you have a better work flow. and you can make perfect combinations of clothes, accessories and accessories. 9. Prepare for a good retouch

5. Connect with the model Having an excellent communication with the model makes you feel comfortable and expressed as you wish during the development of the session, so that there is no tension environment and your performance will be more fluid and pose according to what you need.

Delivering quality work requires knowledge of photo retouching, the quality of delivery of your photographs speaks a lot about the dedication you focus on, observes a lot of details, sharpens your eyesight, having a tablet and a good monitor for retouching help to deliver better results.

10. Update yourself 6. Exploits the location

The fashion industry is very changing and constantly Whether in study or outdoors you should be aware of updated, so you should be aware of the latest trends, all the possibilities that your location can offer you, if new talents, catwalks, and events of designers, be upit is a study, try to take advantage of the benefits it pro- dated is a huge advantage in this industry. vides, such as controlling light better, if it is outside pay attention to the whole environment, sometimes the “Just be yourself. Learn everyday by least thoughtful places are the best. reading blogs, watching Vlogs in Youtube.

7. Practice, practice and practice There is nothing better that makes you better than practicing, practicing and practicing. Being in constant activity teaches you mistakes and details that you will be

Listen to people who are not afraid to tell you what's wrong with your photos.� Alejandro Huerta Rosario

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ANNA Parfenova Photographer Russia ABOUT creative photographer with 11 years experience, based in St.Petersburg, Russia. She has a diverse portfolio of powerful, inspiring imagery and an impressive resume of clients and commissions. She have tried so far almost all the photographic genres, but she is more drawn into the beauty & art photography.

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he graduated in architectural university. She didn’t wait till somebody gave her a job or something – She went and created a job for herself, the freelance photographer. When I was once started stepping on this way, the satisfaction of taking picture act has been completing the joy of meeting new people, being able to interact with them and learn about their stories and by the happiness of exploring and discovering new, fascinating places.

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lthough pleasant and rewarding, the photography is not an easy task if you want to be relevant in what you do as a photographer. In my opinion it is important to be creative and different. Anna Parfenova www.annaparfenova.com Photography II Anna Parfenova HMUA II Lana Lion Model II @fo_Ksenia Models Culture

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Paris, France ABOUT A freelance artist, photographer and illustrator based in France. Axel, also known as "Funkographer" PHOTOGRAPHY, you can check it out on your social media account. He began to work in photography late 2018 after a career as studio sound engineer. He actually mostly work in studio with Geïko, (hiswife) which is a Make-up artist. He try to blend political purpose and cultural/historical things in my shootings. “As many freelance, the difficulty is to find customers to live with my Art. More seriously, there is no real struggles on my personal work; it is more difficult when there is a command that not really fit to my ideas or when i cannot let my fantasy coming out. However, after all, living in a passion is a wonderful thing, so I am not going to complain! Just dreaming of getting the skills of Sir Lindbergh one day!” Axel.

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ale mariano from philippines, a photographer who work overseas like anyone in KSA. His photography started as a hobby to ease the boredom while working away from homeland. His eagerness to learn and dedicate his time to develop his skills to turn his art to a high fashioned photography. Dale love to read books and articles that he can acquire something for his skills and knowledge that boost his learning process in a more complex part of his photography. Well, at some point, his works by and by encourages everyone to pursue their dreams no matter how things gone wrong, “If you won’t take the risk you would fail to reach your goal.” Dale said.

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ost of his time during weekend bound to the time for his passion that partly completing his day. According to dale, “The greatest reward for a photographer is when his works are cherished and appreciated by people because they will keep it for as long as they can. Forget the money and forget the glory because it will fade in the passing of time but photographs that are appreciated will last a lifetime and that will be my greatest reward.” DALE MARIANO www.dalemariano.com Models II Emjay Abrenica & EJ Perez Fashion Designer II Meg Biong De Guzman Make-up artist II Ronald Fernando, Ed Birador & Meg Biong De Guzman

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GAIA Gaia is the ancestral mother of all life: the primal Mother Earth goddess. In Greek mythology, Gaia is the personification of the earth and one of the gree primordial deities, daughter of chaos. She was the wife Uranus (Heaven) and their offspring included titans and the cyclops.

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Vashmere Valentine PHOTOGRAPHER GEORGIA

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ashmere Valentine created what is known as the “Selfish Style” out of his love for art photography. During college years, Vashmere’s art history professor Diana Robbins introduced Vashmere to the works of Irving Penn and instantly the Selfish Artist was born. The Selfish Artist was created by Vashmere to separate his love for film from his love for photography. Vashmere now continues his work as a professional film director and has received over 22 awards and 14 nominations for his most current short film “The Wish and The Wisp.” When Vashmere isn’t directing for the camera he spends most of his time behind it as his alter ego The Selfish Artist.

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he Selfish Artist was created after years of practicing photography in a very small studio located in Sandy Springs GA. During the course of four years, The Selfish Artist would shoot 5 models each day, and would spend an average of 7 hours editing perfecting his eye for detail. With only a used camera to work with, The Selfish Artist learned quickly to hone his skills and talents and since has been suprising the photography and fashion world with unique looks that has the industry waiting to see what’s next from this rising star.

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ofia marengo is one of thousands of artist worldwide who build his passion from the inspiration on photography. She use to be a fashion photography. Her love in his talent brought her a new horizon to dream more, and achieved more. Because of her passion in photography that engaged her on fashion shoot and fashion runway, she then developed the eagerness to learn more about clothing line. Doing his job in fashion as photographer, at the same time took an interest about designing.

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n fact Sofia fruitfully built his clothing store in piemonte, Italy. A clothing line fashionably of all ages and gender. “At first those photos taken by me are somewhat a gateway to build another passion to hook up, Fashion show I have been as simply as these photos gave me a hint to develop myself in photography and continue acquiring skills as well in designing.� Sofia Said. Sofia Marengo

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mit was a freelance portrait photographer from London, specialized in beauty, fashion and dance photography. “I love working with creatives around the world, and also with travelers. This gives me chance to meet so many amazing people, and also improve my skills,” said Amit.

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long with photography, his passionate about fitness; love cooking and exploring music. And also Amit ‘s work as a Software developer. He find photography so compelling since his childhood days when he used to take random shot of familty and friends on film cameras. In past few years he thought of taking this seriously, and started taking small assignments for my friends. “I did prewedding shoots and and covered some events initially.”

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ast year, He thought of turning this skill into a profession, and also started learning about portrait and fashion photography. He like to set small achievable short-term goals, that help him turning his dreams into reality. According to Amit “Everyone has his set of challenegs, however the moment you develop hatred for anyone, consider you've lost control of yourself. So better continue improving yourself, progressing towards your goals, and try to be positive!” Model II Monika Veleva Photography II @amitrp15 104

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lenn know to be a down to earth, humble, always aims for self-improvement, choosy but can be very loyal, an artist whom you always find looking at the world, wondering how it would look like if you could captured its image which he do most often. Glenn found very passionate about photography. the unique about glenn and its photography is that, the choice of a theme and the model's attire (for a photo shoot) or the model's fashion ensemble on a ramp show, a point to consider the model's personality and physical built, a very important factor for him and added to that is the relationship between the theme plus attire and the model cause these brings the best of his work according to him. “When the model is comfortable with the style, it brings out the best expression and emotion of a certain theme.” Glenn added.

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s a photographer his passion and aspiration in life is arts, obviously. He want to explore more about fashion, photography and arts, generally. To be a successful photographer with a studio of his own his main aspiration in life and to be able to bring out the best version of the models' persona thru his artistry and camera lens. “I dream as well to travel and take photos of people and their culture” he added. In his passion as photographer, his family plays a big role as an inspiration to do Models Culture

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he mistake I made in the past that I wish I could turn back was taking for granted my skills. I should have explored more creative possibilities when I was younger giving myself greater heights to have reached.” said Glenn. In terms of working with clients such as fellow Photographer, HMUA, Designer, and Models described as being professional. Professionalism is the key to have better relationships with people around you. Listening to what the client desired based on the requirement of the project. “I read about the article of the Models culture magazine of january issue, and it tells so much true about photography. It’s really not easy task as you have to adopt descipline among the crew and the task itself. “ Glenn stated.

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who persuades someone to see my work. When I post my works in social media, I get lucky when people notice them and send me private messages saying that my photos inspired them.” According to glenn, his proudest professional accomplishment as a Photographer. he was able to establish good relations with famous celebrities like Rocky Gathercole (World-famous Designer) and Chris Daymon (Writer and a member of Michael Cinco's Glam team), won the best photo of PAL's (Philippine Airlines) photo contest and was able to launch aspiring model's on social media.

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lenn also given as an example of time a photographer were able to be creative with their work and the exciting or difficulty about it, “As an artist, I am kinda moody. Most of the time, my creative juices are at its peak, when I am pressured or if I am near my deadline.” he stated. But the work was challenging for Glenn as he was commited to make things packed up for achievement. And of course with the great participation of the crew and the model. Speaking about the model, he toned calmly about what are the reasons why artist fail to reach their career or their skills not discovered. “Some artists failed because of inconsistency and not persistent in chasing their dreams or what to become as an artist.

“Just be yourself. Learn everyday by reading blogs, watching tutorial videos. Listen to people who are not afraid to tell you what's wrong with your photos.” With your passion, observed constant learning. Be patient......

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uan MArtin, a fashion photographer from Spain. His passion brought up ahuge dicipline in his daily living. Shoot here, shoot there, its a normal routine for him. “My photography brings me people, new friends, new places, and a lot of great crew. Fashion is something that, my photography looking for so then it tooks my interest to focus on fashion photography.” said Juan. Model II Saul Braco Photography II @juanmartin

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“My hobby is to model a portrait. I want to share my work widely.”

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“My job is an ordinary office worker, but I enjoy a wonderful photo life on weekends when I go to a company. I think it was really good to have this hobby!”

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ABOUT y name is Clement Ouvrard, I am 23 years old, originally from Provence, I live in Paris for 5 years.My career is quite unusual. It began with a schooling marked by alternative courses that I trained in the project approach. A permissive and accompanying family education emancipated me and especially put very young confidence.A second in vocational high school and training in catering allowed me to experience this sector in the RhĂ´ne Alpes region. I found my independence and fully invested, which strengthened my confidence in my ability to take charge of my daily life at the age of 17 years.The end of my CDD put me face the reality of the world of work.

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intensive courses, learning classical texts, staging, editing collective projects ...Through my work and my assiduity, I was able to join the Conservatoire du 17ème Arrondissement and continue my progression with new approaches and practices, no less intensive.It was then that I opened myself to the world of photography by making the pictures of the productions that were being performed. total of 4 years of theatrical practice have deeply embedded me in the artistic world in which I have fully flourished, surrounded by actors and particularly benevolent teachers.In addition, I became involved in an association of medieval reenactments that opened the field of possibilities, the photo at the heart of my investigations.Two trips to Japan then confirmed this passion for photography that I investigated during a training parallel to the theater in digital photography. I followed with the editing of my website and Instagram account.

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assionate about writing, I devoted myself once again, taking advantage of learning about music and riding during a sabbatical year conducive to creativity and reflection.A review of potential coaching revealed an artistic personality profile that I decided to develop in the theater.My choice was at Acting International School in Paris where I moved in September 2013.At the same time as my school I joined a luxury event agency as a host and valet, before being recruited as a family employee for a couple who entrusted me with his two children.

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PARIS, France Je m'appelle Clement Ouvrard. Je suis spécialisé dans la réalisation de portrait et les prises de vue d'événements artistiques. Ayant une formation de comédien, j'aime avoir cette double casquette : jouer ou capturer l’émotion du jeu. Afin de capter les expressions de mes modèles le plus fidèlement possible Je m'appelle Clement Ouvrard, J'ai 23 ans, originaire de Provence, j'habite Paris depuis 5 ans. Mon parcours est assez atypique. Celuici a commencé par une scolarité marquée par des enseignements alternatifs qui M ont formé à la démarche de projet. Une éducation familiale permissive et accompagnante m'a émancipé et surtout mis très jeune en confiance. Une seconde en lycée professionnel et une formation dans la restauration m'ont permis d'expérimenter ce secteur en région Rhône Alpes. J'y ai trouve mon indépendance et me suis complètement investi, ce qui a renforcé ma confiance dans mes capacités à me prendre en charge au quotidien à l'âge de 17 ans. La fin de mon CDD ma mis face à la réalité du monde du travail. Passionne d'écriture, je m'y suis de nouveau consacré, profitant de m'initier à la musique et à l'équitation durant une année sabbatique propice à la créativité et à la réflexion.Un bilan de potentiels en coaching m'a révélé un profil de personnalité artistique que j'ai décidé de développer dans le théâtre. Mon choix s'est fixé sur l'école Acting International à Paris où je me suis installé en septembre 2013. En même temps que mon école je suis entré dans une agence d'événementiel de luxe en tant qu'hôte d'accueil puis voiturier, avant d'être recruté comme employé familial pour un couple qui m'a confié ses deux enfants.

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Seul débutant dans un groupe aguerri, je me suis laissé entraîner sans ménagement durant deux ans dans une vraie aventure artistique entre cours intensifs, apprentissages de textes classiques, mises en scènes, montage de projets collectifs... Par mon travail et mon assiduité, j'ai pu intégrer le Conservatoire du 17ème Arrondissement et poursuivre ma progression par de nouvelles approches et pratiques, non moins intensives. C'est alors que je me suis ouvert au monde de la photographie en réalisant les photos des mises en scène que l'on interprétait. Un total de 4 années de pratique théâtrale m'ont profondément ancré dans le monde artistique au sein duquel je me suis pleinement épanoui, entouré de comédiens et d'enseignants particulièrement bienveillants. Par ailleurs, je me suis impliqué au sein d'une association de reconstitutions historiques médiévales qui m'a ouvert le champs des possibles, la photo au cœur de mes investigations. Deux voyages au Japon ont alors confirme cette passion pour la photographie que j'ai investigue lors d une formation parallèle au théâtre en photo numérique. J'ai enchaîne avec le montage de mon site internet et compte Instagram. L'acceptation de la prise en charge de ma formation en Brevet Professionnel de photo à l'école CE3P m'a conduit à quitter le Conservatoire en juin 2018. Nouvelle expérience, nouvelles rencontres, nouvelle source d'inspiration. Et l'évidence d'une poursuite de quête logique et naturelle, la photo prenant désormais le pas sur le théâtre Clement. Model II Emillie-Rose Picot

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KATHERINE CALNAN PHOTOGRAPHY atherine Calnan is a most of my time enjoying published fashion ABOUT KATHERINE photography as a hobby photographer, Accredited and eventually the proCALNAN with the Professional Phogression to full time phoPHOTOGRAPHY tographers of Canada. tographer. Photography Specializing in fashion, has always been a creative commercial, portrait photography and based in outlet especially at first when I worked downCalgary, Alberta, Canada. town. It is a way to create imagery and always have new ideas with so many different elements hotography is something that was always such as camera, lighting, makeup, hair, styling, part of my life and something that I enjoyed etc. It is ever changing and always new ideas even as a young kid with a point and shoot cam- and on to the next concept. era. In 2009 I got my first DSLR and I spent

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#IAMfashionculture THE Inclusion WILL BE

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It tooks too long and too many talents and artists have suffered from rejection but #IAMfashionculture reckoning has finally arrived, says Jonath Aquino. ooking back, the signs were all there. As dreamers, skills are all exists on their passion. A fierce motivation and determination from their childhood days. Until they figured out their dreams at their adulthood timetable was needing somewhat growth. They embodied the characteristic of their dream that has so many to sacrifice along their journey to what they so called fashion modelling. When they began their career as an aspiring model, they started doing things such as watching runway shows, either by some tutorial videos or some photoshoots exist on social media platforms. They started to build a deep sense of self-love. Some of them watching Next Top Model as a kid, and while growing up they assumed that the fashion industry — and modeling in particular — was a superficial, hyper-critical, even toxic environment. Seeing women so callously evaluated on their appearance reinforced the idea that there were rigid expectations for how a model should look, their excitement tainted with the fear that all these stereotypes would turn out to be true.

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career and others within the industry. Some of them created a plan for themselves and follow their dream and chased them, as to become successful is not easy. You have to be grounded and have a strong mind and do not let fear or doubt get in the way of your dreams. Doing some research and go that took a lot of efforts to shower the chosen journey.

he fashion industry was much less diverse in terms of many aspects such as sizes, heights, skin, race, fitness, beauty, popularity, etc., which is respectively, it’s the industry standard which says, the industry is still quite exclusive and elitist, especially if you look at the top models. Some depends on the requirement and their standard, which creates a huge impact on aspiring individuals. But it is not to criticized those industries as it is their operational requirement to meet the demand of their clients too. Once stated by the Washington post fashion critic Ms. Rovin Givhon on our first issue ” If you’re selling fashion that is meant to be edgy, and subversive and rebellious, you pretty much don’t want someone who looks like, your next door neighbor's ortunately, they are full of hope to reach their career and passion debutant daughter. If you're trying to sell something that is meant to at the maximum possibility. At some point, they think that persist- be super sexy, you don’t want someone who looks like the soloist in a ence will be dismantled barriers in general on how to get a modelling church choir... Pretty is not at the edges, pretty is right in the middle.

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bodied different nation, colors, talents, skills, and race as mentioned earlier that is why we called it Culture of Models. This culture exists in fashion world, artist is there, photographer is there, designer as well is there, stylist and lot of artists and they bound to work together to a great output. It encourages talent to go along their dreams and keep n general, dreamers identifies their journey as passion, and every the spirit free, weather it is your passion or a hobby you deserved sometime they have been made to feel like they don’t deserve to be there thing beautiful to show up the world fashion of how creative you are because either they are not qualified, they are not pretty, they are not and how amazing your passion is. thin, tall, or flawless etc. There is this idea that if you are not skinny, odels Culture is a company that dedicates their time, effort and then you are only there to fill some kind of “fat girl quota.” Some stylpassion helping these amazing individuals. “We believe that the ists will go all-out for the small models, and they will have these beautiful outfits, but when it comes to dress the curve girls, they are all fashion industry is incompetent and insufficient without these amazing wearing potato sacks because they do not know/care how to dress talents. We are a platform for all fashion models, photographers, them. However, those experiences have been rare. “A lot of stylists now makeup artists, hairstylists, stylists, models, creation and Designers to are eager to learn how to dress different body types, and the ones who be showcase and published. We only want the world to see your potenaren’t won’t last long in this industry as it continues to become more tial and your personality. We are doing our bit by fostering a community of support. We started with to features the best of your piece online inclusive.” Says Jonath. and develop a magazine, which for many, will be the start of their portost of those dreamers asking on why diversity is important and folio.” Says Jonath. how to be inclusive in an effective way. When it comes to modeling, oin us the campaign of belongingness and inclusion, this is your most brands put their artist in their campaigns because they deserve culture, this is your passion and this is your fashion world. Use the message of inclusion and body positivity. #IAMfashionculture speak up about the lack of inclusion, and the tokenism that still exists. “If a #IAMfashionculture hashtag to support the campaign at the least piece of art is never seen, it is never exists. Isn’t it? It was the wisdom means. Fashion is for EVERYONE and each one of you has the unique or philosophy of the fashion world since its birth. It is the point of dis- characteristic to some point is important. Show the world of your great covery that makes or breaks any artist’s career, and it is heart breaking skills and talent. Build your career and keep going. Surely, Models Culwhen talent not discovered, and an artist loses hopes. We have seen ture will support your path and journey. Showcasing fashion talents, this repeatedly, and it bangs the brutality of the fashion world. When Models, Artist, Designers, Creations and photography worldwide. To a model or an artist puts themselves out there, it is about believing know more about us, please visit our website www.modelsculture.com. they are on the edge of something success and beautiful. Moreover, we Get featured and promoted by filling our submission form. stand by you in this belief. You are a unique individual offering a unique creativity that someone, somewhere required for, to complete something fabulous work. This is why Models Culture exist and this is what we all about.” Says Jonath. So, for designer who is looking for, let’s say, a model to really represent a brand, you want that face to be memorable. A model is a rarefied creature. He or she is a fluke of genetics and timing and pop-culture enthusiasm.

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TALK ABOUT STYLE Retro Style Clothing and Vintage Inspired Style - CATS LIKE US

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n the 1940s post war America entered into a period of prosperity, from wartime styles, out of Hollywood, from the development of new as with the wartime rationing of materials including fabric now materials, and later from the pop culture around the rock and roll lifted, the high style of Hollywood could be worn by the masses. music of the time. Makeup and hairstyles are a part of the retro fashion

Fashion (what would become today's *Retro Style*) developed styling of their eras, adding to the signature fashion elements that quickly. Through the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s people had more leisure help define a decade. time, more money which was used to make some of the most creative music, art and fashion. The fashion styles developed with popular cul- Vintage Clothing vs Retro Style Clothes ture and changed quickly with the influence of rock and roll and Hollywood movies. These styles of the 40s 50s and 60s gave way to others in the 70s and 80s, but the classic quality of these styles have been

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here is a subtle difference between vintage and retro clothing styles. Vintage clothing is the actual clothing produced in the

coming back in revivals and each time they do, they are updated just time period. These garments are very collectible and desirable by vina little bit, infusing the original spirit with a modern day twist.

tage clothing enthusiasts which may include specific designer labels and material, however since it is often previously worn, and clothing

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wears out, vintage clothing is often times hard to find in good wearable condition. Vintage clothing sizing may be a problem as it was

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etro is a pretty general term but refers to clothing commonly somewhat different in the 40s 50s and 60s than it is today. worn in the past. When we talk about retro style, we are referring

to the fashions of the 1940s 1950s and 1960s. Certain items have become iconic and representative of these times, like the 50s poodle

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etro Clothing is new clothing in classic styles, sometimes called vintage style. These modern designers are inspired by vintage

skirt or the 60s Mod style, which can be combined in new and inter- styles and cuts from by-gone eras, but are using modern materials and esting ways with current clothing and fabrics.

methods to create these retro-inspired garments. A big advantage of retro style clothing is that since it is produced today, it is generally

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Circle skirts were a prim lady’s style staple in the 1950s. Not much has changed these days as modern-day gals are still rocking this classic piece but updating it with a more modern edge by adding cute, current accents like a fun felt beret and cool leather accessories. 2. Crop Tops

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ashion trends are ever-changing. New trends and styles are constantly entering into the mainstream, and most of us are just struggling to keep up. How are we supposed to afford an entirely new wardrobe every single sea-

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Well, we’re about to let you in on a little secret. Fashion is cyclical, and what was old will almost certainly become new again. It’s no coincidence that styles like flared denim and crop tops that were popular decades ago have now, once again, permeated the trend-driven landscape of today’s youth. This is why you should never throw away your favorite pieces. If they fit and flatter you but have gone out of style, store them away in a box in the back of your closet for a few years, and they just might make a style comeback. You’ll be ahead of the game without having to spend any of your hard-earned paychecks on a new version of something you already own! Check out some of the classic styles that fell out of fashion for a brief while but have returned in all their vintage glory and are once again in vogue. From full circle skirts that fall below the knee to wiggle dresses that were de rigueur in the 1940s and ’50s, these fashion trends have proven to withstand the test of time and are now back and better than ever.

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Designers have been reinventing the crop top ever since it became popular as part of two-piece matching sets in the 1930s and ’40s. Crop tops have since come back every single decade in new and different iterations. 3. Push-Bow Blouses

Here are some of our absolute favorites:

1. Circle Skirt

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The pussy-bow blouse was incredibly popular attire for true ’80s ladies. Though these feminine tops were often made in uncomfortable synthetic materials, the latest versions can be found in more comfortable cottons, linens, and silks and Image-Vogue pattern/Extra Petite Models Culture

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still look great with a slim pencil skirt or wide-leg trouser for work.

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4. White Shirt Dresses

The bishop sleeve is recognizable due to its full, voluminous sleeve and fitted cuff for a dramatic effect. 7. Peasant Blouses Getty/Visual Theraphy

This minimalist look will never go out of style due to its clean lines and classic silhouette. 5. Aviator Sunglasses

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Peasant blouses were popular in the 1970s and came in all sorts of fun florals. Luckily, this carefree style isn’t going anywhere. 8. Head Scarves - Getty/Thesatorialist Getty/Rayban Instagram

Whether Italy in the 1950s or current day, nothing makes a couple look as cool as matching wirerimmed sunglasses with a tinted lens.

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There are so many different ways to tie a head scarf to add some vintage charm to your look. Just pick a pretty print you love, and go for it! 9. Duster Coats

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There are so many different ways to tie a head scarf to add some vintage charm to your look. Just pick a pretty print you love, and go for it! 10. Black Leather Jackets

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Punks and motorcyclists used to be the only ones wearing black leather jackets with metal hardware, but the style has been seamlessly appropriated into everyday street style.

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TALK ABOUT TRENDS Short Textured Haircut This ultra short textured haircut balances a clean cut finish with on trend style. Image/Tom Boxter Hair

Men’s hairstyle trends change slowly until new trends emerge. Slick backed hair became matte and messy, tapers are taking on fades, and the European hair trends has brought textured styling to all kinds of looks. This year has seen quite a shift. There are the best new men’s hairstyles of 2018 that will still be going strong in 2019. We’ve gathered some of the most popular, original, and unexpected men’s hair of the year. It’s exciting to see all the new looks barbers are coming up. If you like any of these looks but they are for a different hair type or not quite right, show your barber a picture anyway. They can create a unique version for you. Some of these hairstyles are on trend like short haircuts, spiky styles, textured crops, and messy looks. For some never before seen looks, we have new hairstyles for men, shaved lines all over, and modern mullets and mohawks. All of these hairstyles need some type of product for hold. Of course, that product varies depending on hair type and hairstyle. Check out this product guide to find a recommendation for your needs. Now, on to the best men’s hairstyles for 2018 plus loosk you will see in 2019.

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Short Haircut with Shorter Sides The short textured crop can also be spiked up into a loose pomp. Iisakki Nummi

Short Curly Haircut + Shaved Line A textured crop lightens up thick hair while making the most of natural texture. This cool look highlights a drop fade with a shaved line. Victor Hugo

Spiky Quiff This spiky quiff is a cool look on it’s own but gets extra interest from a burst fade, horizontal neckline, and slash behind the ear. John Carmona Models Culture

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SPIKES ARE BACK. THEY TAKE THE 2018 TEXTURE TREND TO THE NEXT LEVEL, JUST ADD SOME VOLUME. SPIKY STYLES CAN MAKE FINE HAIR APPEAR FULLER OR HIGHLIGHT THICK HAIR. HERE ARE 5 DIFFERENT WAYS TO WEAR SPIKY HAIR FOR THE NEW YEAR. Crop Haircuts hese short haircuts with layering and texture are a huge trend that started in Europe and have hit the US in a big way. It can be customized for your hair type, face shape, and sense of style. Here are just a few ways to wear these textured haircuts for men.

T Thick Spikes Full spikes worn on the diagonal is a modern way to wear spiky hair. Crihan Corneliu

Curly Crop Haircut Wavy or curly hair adds natural volume and texture to the textured crop haircut while a low fade cleans up the edges. Cretien Gerada

Crop + Bangs For guys with long faces or high foreheads, a touch of fringe is flattering. This jagged texture creates in interesting toothed line and makes the face appear shorter. Travis Hill

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Jagged Bangs Messy Hairstyles for Men Use the forehead as a canvas for creative fringe. Jagged bangs extend the textured hairstyle and adds something extra with a subtle crossed over X.

Another extension of textured styling is messy looks. Whether hair is short, medium, or long, style hair with fingers to get a tousled finish. Products like clays, muds, and matte pomade also enhance texture, making them ideal to create these styles.

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Newest Hairstyle Barbers are using all their creativity and skill to take men’s hair to new places. Check out these unexpected new hairstyles for men.

Eyebrow Cuts For dramatic effect, continue one or two shaved lines in the eyebrow. Javi the Barber Shaved Lines Hair design and shaved lines are nothing new. They are, however, showing up in new ways and places. Add a short or long line anywhere on the head. For something extra, a line can continue from hair into an eyebrow or facial hair.

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Carmen Meseguer

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ABOUT Carmen, 21 years old who works as a fashion model in Spain. Nowadays, she work in Madrid but carmen can also work as an international model. She have been working as a model for 3 years now. For carmen, fashion is a very stressful world but it also shows the best of her. At the end of the day, she loved her Job and passion and she really loved to work in madrid for a long a time. “I also study international business, English and German. My passion is doing sports, I do it all day no matter what happen, and I am very hyperactive person. In addition, I love having tiene with family and friends.� Carmen View more at modelsculture.com

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hat I just want in life is that to finish my studies to have a diploma and a degree to give my family a good life or should I say a better life in the future. To travel around the world with the family. That's what I want to achieve in life, to become a successful. I am just a simple person who lives sports like Basketball, volleyball and swimming and because of sports I've been going to gym to exercise to stay healthy lifestyle. It's as a Model I have to maintain physically fit, as ofw I can not avoid boredom without doing, so I tried drawing, editing pictures and taking video to alleviate workmanship. On the other side, as an independent, I tend to listen to music and watch movies. The one I like best is to cook as they say food is life. One of my favorite food is chicken adobo and a proud delicacy food of ilocano pinakbet. This is me, failure teach me on how to be strong because it is better to fail in originality than you succeed in imitation. That's why to those who struggle failure in life don't stop dreaming, indeed be yourself, face the problem and keep fighting. View more at modelsculture.com

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'm just a young man that I dream to become a Model someday, that was my passion to become a successful fashion model.with my willingness to learn in the world of modeling, I've been able to get the idea to start and Dream in Manila, at the age of 22 I start to become a fashion model in some event. Year 2015, I started modeling in the Philippines and because I want to expand my ability as a Model, I tried audition at HOUSE OF MODELLE in Quezon Ave. To get more ideas on how to become a Model, in short I entered an agency to start workshop. Because of the poverty and inadequate daily earnings, I've decided to go to abroad to help my family financially and to save of course. And even though I'm abroad I will not lose my passion for modeling. So I joined various competitions in Saudi Arabia to have experience as well,as knowledge. As well as to reduce my family's affliction and to engage with other people to become friends View more at modelsculture.com 150

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n International Award Winning Actress, Model, Influencer and Singer hailing from Dubai, traveling out of the suitcase to Dubai, India, United States. Completed Acting Degree from New York Film Academy LA. Trained Western Vocalist. Being launched in Bollywood with 1st Hindi Feature Film soon in 2018 end. Trained in Bellydancing & HipHop Dance forms. I am a very creative person; though I come from a very academically educated family background and have a management degree myself with business running in Dubai, I could not stop myself from pursuing acting and singing. I was approached by many people in the modeling/fashion/media/entertainment industry that I should get into it. View more at modelsculture.com

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More About Accolades: NRI Achievers Award 2017- Best Debutant Actress Winner NATIONAL AWARD for Marketing Excellence as the "Young Achiever of the Year" 2017 Presented by Times Network - Winner International Best Actress Award at Malta World International Film Festival 2017 as the Lead Actress in JIHAD- Winner NERSC (National Human Rights & Social Justice Commission) Best Actress of the Year 2017/18- Winner Toronto Nollywood International Film Festival - Best Actress- Finalist Los Angeles Independent International Film Festival Best Actress- Finalist World Film Festival 2017 San Francisco - Best ActressFinalist Dada Saheb Phalke Janm Bhumi Puraskaar- Golden Camera 2017 Awards - Officially Nominated MaverickMovie 2017, Los Angeles- Best Actress- Winner 2nd Cinema London Film Festival 2017- Best Actress Winner Manvadhikar Samaaj Ratan Sammaan 2017 on International Human Rights Day Presented by National Human Rights & Social Justice Commission National Human Rights & Social Justice Commission Bare Bones International Independent Film & Music Festival United States- Best Actress- Winner. Cult Critic-Jean Luc Godard 2018, Kolkata- Best ActressWinner. World Film Festival 2018 San Francisco - Best ActressWinner. Moreover, many more... View more at modelsculture.com

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ABOUT A aspiring model who want to be a model in the futute I am a overseas worker in taiwan and at the same time a freelance mofel who competes in any fashion show hete in taiwan. 5'10 height, lean, black eye, asian face. View more at modelsculture.com

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Dzheylyan

Ferad Model GERMANY

ABOUT I am very positive and friendly person. My hobbies are taking pictures (shootings), shopping, Modelling as my choice of passion, as it inspired me on everything. It is not about just being a model; it is a great discipline towards lifestyle. I do aim for a growth development in modelling that someday I would able to do runway and some high fashion photoshoot. At this stage, I am continuing learning to be more equipped for my chosen passion. My hobbies is photography too. I do love taking photos and I do inspired by works of some professional photographers around the world. It brought me too many walks, and some parks and malls. Moreover, I do love shopping; well it is a part of life. What makes us happy is more fulfilling. For now, this is my story and hopefully in the near future you would able to know me more, and my works that someday it will bring me to better career in modelling. 158

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ABOUT IModellieren als meine Wahl der Leidenschaft, als es mich zu allem inspirierte. Es geht nicht darum, nur ein Modell zu sein; Es ist eine große Disziplin gegenüber dem Lebensstil. Ich bin sehr positive und freundliche Person. Ich strebe eine Wachstumsentwicklung in der Modellierung an, die ich eines Tages in der Lage sein würde, Landebahnen und High-Fashion-Fotoshootings zu machen. In dieser Phase lerne ich immer mehr, für meine auserwählte Leidenschaft gerüstet zu sein. Meine Hobbys sind auch Fotografie. Ich fotografiere sehr gerne und inspiriere mich durch Arbeiten einiger professioneller Fotografen auf der ganzen Welt. Es brachte mir zu viele Spaziergänge und einige Parks und Einkaufszentren. Außerdem liebe ich es zu shoppen; Nun, es ist ein Teil des Lebens. Was uns glücklich macht, ist erfüllender. Im Moment ist dies meine Geschichte und hoffentlich könnten Sie mich in naher Zukunft besser kennenlernen, und meine Arbeiten werden mich eines Tages zu einer besseren Karriere beim Modellieren bringen. Models Culture

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Daryna

Voloshyna Model UKRAINE

ABOUT I’m in love with nature and I like to travel and explore the world. Also I’m fighting for animal rights trying to make this problem ubiquitous. I’m vegan so I’m trying to show people around me how to live without using animal products I’m working as a model for 4 years in Asia, I just graduated from the university, I’ve got master degree in marketing. I do yoga for 6 years. View More at Modelsculture.com

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Signorello Model California USA ABOUT Life has been great to those have patience in achieving their goal in life. Some shows determination to achieve more by discipline, and awareness that keep them fashionably fit, just like Marius Signorello, a personal trainer and model living in Fresno, California. His passion is everything and anything fitness and helping people better themselves both inside and outside of the gym. To foster a courage standard to 164

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those who loved being fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle. “I've always been passionate about fitness. Playing sports when I was younger, competitive swimming in high school and now building my ideal physique. You could say fitness is a huge part of my life, because it is. That's why I decided to become a personal trainer, so I can share that passion and drive that I have to improve myself and put it it work for my clients. I have recently started working with Westhaven International in their Territory modeling division and hope to grow my modeling career as well as my training business.” Marius. View More at Modelsculture.com

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New York City ABOUT grew in Park City, Utah in a small ski town that worships powder skiing and independent films. From there I’ve always loved the entertainment industry and wanted to be someone who gave back in forms of art and creative expression. From Pro Skier to Poet and English Major I want to be as graceful and eloquent so my artistic movement speaks for itself.

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s long as 8 can remember I’ve always down my own thing and stuck up for my beliefs. That’s not always easy when your close friends don’t agree. In College I didn’t join a Fraternity and found myself to be some sort of social pyriah. When I quit my “real job” on wall st to pursue what I love everyone I knew looked at me like I was crazy and didn’t expect but wanted me to fail so I could crawl back to them with my tail between my legs. As an pro skier there is so much competition that you lose close friends to the sys-

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New York City tem and it never gets easier. As a pro skier I e seen my best friends taken down by injury in front of my eyes and had to be there for them as they looked at their broken bones, dangling by bloody sinew and tell them it was going to be okay as the ski patrol and I boarded them to the gurney and skied to the ambulance parked thousands of feet below. One of my hardest and most life affirming struggles was a normal day fishing with my dad. The waves picked up and we ended getting struck by a rogue wave. Our boat capsized almost immediately and we lieterally had to swim for our lives. We’re in the atlantic ocean in october and it’s freezing cold. I can’t find my dad and the worst is coming true. Fortunately another boat saw us and radioed in to shore, but couldn’t help us because the waves were too high around us. After getting to the other side of the upside down boat I found my dad shivering and different. I had to help him snap out of it and swim for land. After what seemed like a lifetime a police boat came into view. Back in the ambulance my body temperature was 88 degrees fahrenheit, 96 is the norm and they worry about death from hypothermia anything below 94. I used that moment as a reminder in life, swim or sink and die in the cold water. And I love curling up in front of a hearth with a blazing fire and a good book. So i’m going to stay swimming. 170

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he road to success sometimes, a hidden surprise to our unplanned career. They exists and embodied through many people around us. Just like Cengizhan who lift us to be bold and genuine, it may be fun but you would not know it would be the destiny of a great career happens. “I started modeling with a close friend few years ago for fun. I never thought to be a professional model till i got my first professional photo shoot and now i moved from Switzerland to London to accomplish my dream, becoming high fashion model� said Cengizhan. Opportunities and determination will play your passion to be a successful fashion icon. It is a goal to everyone that somehow led him or her to his or her chosen career. Below works of Cengizhan. 172

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