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ONE MAGAZINE ISSUE NO. 10 NYC

SUMMER 2015

the anniversary issue


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ESTABLISHED JUNE 2010


CONTRIBUTORS

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Maxime Cardol, HarlingDarsell, Erin Eve, Barbara Franzò, Björn Giesbrecht, Damien Kim, Christine K r e i s e l m a i e r, S a r a h K ü h l , A+M | Anna Montesi and M a t t i a M i r a n d o l a , Va l e r i a Mitelman, Marcus Paarmann, Carlyle Routh, Dimitris S k o u l o s , B a r r e t t S w e g e r, L a r s W e b e r, F e l i x W o n g , Lina Zangers A RT I C L E S / F E AT U R E S

Andrea Jiapei Li, ÖHLIN/D, Danielle Peterson All designs, creative and art direction were completed and produced by Nicole Gavrilles © ONE Magazine Nicole Gavrilles 2015 ONEMAG.US


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Passing Daze

White Palms

Photos by Dimitris Skoulos

Photos by Harling-Darsell 34

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Modern Edge

By the Country Side

Photos by A+M

Photos by Erin Eve

Apline Blues 44

Photos by Lina Zangers

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Blush Photos by Marcus Paarmann

Vintage Flare

Rockin' Chic

Photos by Barbara Franzò

Photos by Damien Kim


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One of the Boys Photos by Carlyle Routh

Through the Field We Go Photos by Barrett Sweger

SS15 Photos by Christine Kreiselmaier 62

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Towards to Sun

Rebel

Photos by Lars Weber

Photos by Sarah Kühl

Effortless 116

Photos by Felix Wong

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Electric Eyes Photos by Björn Girsbrecht

Crossing Place

The Great Escape

Photos by Valeria Mitelman

Photos by Maxime Cardol


2-toned beauty for one magazine

2-toned beauty for one magazine

Issue No.10


articles

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Interview — ÖHLIN/D Photography Andrew Boyle Interview by Nicole Gavrilles

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Andrea Jiapei Li

All Grown Up

Written by Haris Giannouras

Written by Danielle Peterson


MY MISSION IN LIFE IS NOT MERELY TO SURVIVE, BUT TO THRIVE; AND TO DO SO WITH SOME PASSION, SOME COMPASSION, SOME HUMOR AND SOME STYLE 10

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I cannot believe 5 years plus 10 issues later that I would be sitting down writing this letter from editor about ONE Magazine. So much has happened in 5 years and it feels like it's flown by! In 2010, I was young and always (and still do!) wanted to push myself to create something from the things I love. During that time in my life, I had no idea the magazine would be where it is now. The first two issues were an experiment — featuring the work of my friends from college. That was around the time I got the ambition to find talented photographers and designers to collaborate. This magazine is [yes] about fashion but the underlaying theme has always been about showcasing incredibly beautiful work from up-and-coming fashion designers and photographers. I love watching photographers I've worked throughout the issues flourish into amazing professionals working for top magazines. And I love watching fashion designers I've interviewed and featured land amazing opportunities to showcase their work and recognize celebs wearing their pieces. (Just a side note: anyone I work with, I end up becoming your personal cheerleader). It always makes me so happy to watch the incredible people I've collaborated with succeed and get the spotlight they deserve. The magazine would not be where it is without firstly, my submitters and readers. You continue to inspire me. You all give me the strength and drive to keep working on one issue to the next, expanding the brand in ways for you to enjoy. Thank you for following ONE Magazine; if this is your

first issue or you've followed since the beginning, it means the world to me! The magazine also would not be where it is today without my friends and family, for supporting this hobby turned side project over the past 5 years. To one of my best friends, Joey — I remember when I showed you my first printed issue and when you looked through it, you said the nicest things about it. It meant the world to me. And the fact you're still supporting me through this, 5 years later; even though you live on the west coast, your support is so special to me. I miss you all the time and thank you, for always having such a great heart and for believing in me. To my other half, Shannon — You've seen it all since the beginning. From being my "assistant submission reviewer" and for supporting me for the past 5 years, thank you! To my New York City family, I am so inspired by you all! I look up to your strength and passion for life and design. You all give me that energy to keep pushing myself and think of new ways to grow the magazine. I am so thankful and humbled by your support throughout this journey. This quote by Maya Angelou sums up how I see life, how I want to continue my life and how I want to feel while I continue to work on ONE Magazine. Everyone has something that they love and spend time perfecting. I feel this is my mission. And for the next 5 years, I don't know what will come but I believe it will come with some passion, compassion, some humor and especially some style.

FOUNDER, EDITOR AT LARGE, DESIGNER

Nicole Gavrilles


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w h i t e Photography HarlingDarsell, Model Sinja D at Iconic Management, Styling Adelaida Cue B채r at Nina Klein, Hair & Makeup Linda Sigg at Nina Klein

p a l m s ONE


top tim labenda, vest & pants bcbg maxazria, rings & other stories


top & shorts acne, shoes cheap monday


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top avelon

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cape talbot runhof, top hien le, shorts bcbg maxazria


top acne, earrings & other stories

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m o d e r n — Photography A+M | Anna Montesi & Mattia Mirandola, Model Jill Verhaeghe at Elite, Styling Francesca Colli, Hair Ana Rodriguez at Greenapple, Makeup Kassandra Frua De Angeli

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fur andrea pompilio, trousers cavalli class


coat i'm isola marras, dress naught

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sweater pringle, trousers polo ralph lauren, shoes cristiano burani


coat maison martin margiela, t-shirt alysi, leather trousers banana republic, shoes cristiano burani


shirt cavalli class, trousers alvaro figlio

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alpine Photography Lina Zangers, Model Annabell at Via Model Management, Styling Jenny Gold at Nina Klein, Makeup & Hair Mel Goldmann at Nina Klein using Laura Mercier & Morrocan Oil

Blues ONE


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blouse steffen schraut, shorts h&m trend, belt isabel marant ĂŠtoile


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top chalayan, jeans the kooples, shoes & other stories

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top levis, jeans h&m trend, belt diesel, shoes & other stories


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coat steffen schraut, t-shirt weekday, jeans dries van noten, shoes & other stories


dress & belt cos, shirt & other stories, trousers weekday, shoes jeffrey campbell


turtleneck weekday, dress chalayan

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vintage suede & leather jacket spiewak, top marks&spencer, vintage skirt antonella, shoes stiu milano


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vintage flare Photography Barbara Franzò, Model Katya at 2Morrow Model Management, Styling Isil Gun, Makeup & Hair Anna Giulia Menzani

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dress aspesi, vintage belt & bracelet stylist's own


dress & trousers aspesi, shoes stiu milano

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vintage wool jumper stylist's own

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vintage wool jumper stylist's own, bermuda shorts woolrich, shoes stiu milano


turtleneck zara, shirt woolrich


vintage skirt antonella, shoes stiu milano, ring stylist's own

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bl u sh Photography Marcus Paarmann, Model Lotte Keijser at M4 Models, Styling Ha Phan Bich at Basics-Berlin, Makeup & Hair Saskia Krause at Basics-Berlin, Photography Assistant Jacob Posselt

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sweater avelon, skirt jil sander, belt & other stories


suit stine goya


sweater avelon

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top hien le, trousers & shoes acne studios

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top minimarket, shirt reserved, trousers cos, necklace ina beissner


jacket & trousers each x other, skirt kenzo, shoes y-3


sweater ganni, mesh sweater tim labenda

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dress victoria beckham, ring ina beissner

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suit each x other, bra augustin teboul, shoes alexander wang, rings & other stories


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l e s s Photography Felix Wong at Seen Artists, Model Zhenya Katava at Women Management, Styling Nadia Pizzimenti at Judy Inc, Hair Hiro+Mari at Bryan Bantry for Salon87 using Bumble and Bumble, Makeup Erin Green at Art Dept using Kevyn Aucoin

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jacket & pants marc jacobs, shoes cos, hand piece eliza kozurn


top sacai at holt renfrew, shorts opening ceremony at holt renfrew

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jacket & pants marc jacobs, hand piece eliza kozurn

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top j.w. anderson, pants sacks, earrings eliza kozurno


dress marni at holt renfrew, shoes rag & bone, cuff eliza kozurno


top marc jacobs, pants cos, shoes rag & bone, suspenders eliza kozurno

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dress malene birger, top estaban cortizar

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coat alexander wang, dress dries van noten at holt renfrew


trench coat dkny, shirt marni, pants cĂŠline


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pass– ing daze Photography Dimitris Skoulos, Styling George Mesimeris, Makeup & Hair Christina Agatha, Photography Assistant Kostas Satlanis

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suit & shirt dimitris petrou, shoes salvadore feragamo

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top & skirt balenciaga


cape maison martin margiela, pants balenciaga, shoes cĂŠline

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shirt dress & belt marni, pants chloe, hat yiorgos eleftheriades


coat, pants & belt prada bodysuit maison martin margiela

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through the field Photography Barrett Sweger, Model Cleo at One Model Management, Styling Haley Loewenthal, Hair Dana Boyer, Makeup Jenny Smith at Nars

we go ONE


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shirt timo weiland, tank h&m, skirt ag jeans


top & other stories, pants camilla and marc

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skirt (worn as top) & shorts camilla and marc

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skirt (worn as top) zara, skirt kling, jeans levi's


dress all saints, shoes h&m


top h&m, overalls ag jeans

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shirt acne, pants & othr stories

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dress all saints


shirt silvian haech, earclip margova jewelry


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ss— 15 Photography Christine Kreiselmaier, Model Louise Frankhänel at Elite Paris, Styling Andrea Horn, Hair & Makeup Eva Dieckhoff, Photography Assistant Carolyn Raff

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dress kaviar gauche, ring maria black


dress augustin teboul, bag benedetta bruzziches


overall christian wijnants, vest we are knitters, shoes h&m

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pullover lala berlin

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dress henrik vibskov, skirt anne gorke, socks & other stories, earrings ina beissner jewelry


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the great escape Photography Maxime Cardol, Model Lucinda at Dune Agency, Styling Suze Kuit, Makeup & Hair Hanan Chahid

ONE


dress cos, trousers marni


shirt 11205, skirt stella mccartney, sandals zara


dress j.w. anderson, trousers joseph

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top balenciaga, turtleneck weekday

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blouse j.w. anderson, trousers see by chloe, shoes adidas


jacket asos, dress whistles, jeans mih jeans


top h&m, jeans acne, skirt t by alexander wang

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coat patrizia pepe, pullover & leather skirt steffen schraut, bangle jasmina jovy


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Photography BjĂśrn Giesbrecht, Model Vivien F at M4 Models, Styling Jenny Gold at Nina Klein, Hair & Makeup Kerstin Husges at Nina Klein

eyes

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blouse & skirt steffen schraut, earrings jasmina jovy

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overall reality studio, polo shirt (worn underneath) zara, shoes patrizia pepe


pullover uniqlo, blouse steffen schraut, skirt & other stories, shoes dorothee schumacher


pullover steffen schraut, leggings patrizia pepe

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top steffen schraut trousers & other stories belt dorothee schumacher


jacket levi's, shirt & other stories, pants steffen schraut, earring jasmina jovy


coat & leather top steffen schraut, leggings twinset

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crossing

Photography Valeria Mitelman, Model Veranika at M4 Models, Styling Valerie Oster, Hair Selina Reimann, Makeup Berenice Ammann

place ONE


coat steinrohner, jacket sissi goetze, trousers vladimir karaleev


jacket carin wester, blouse & shorts steinrohner


jacket henrik vibskov, pullover acne, trousers issey miyake, sandals glamorous

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bolero & dress pleats please issey miyake

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top & trousers pleats please issey miyake, belt cos, shoes reality studio


dress vladimir karaleev


top pleats please issey miyake

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to— wards the sun Photography Lars Weber, Model Irina at Modelwerk, Styling Julia Quante, Makeup & Hair Selina Reimann at Bigoudi, Studio Jens Herrndorff

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dress valentine gauthiert


top avelon, skirt kling, shoes see by chloe, ring pernille corydon


coat cruba

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dress isabell de hillerin, vest dawid tomaszewski

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top & skirt ganni, shoes monki

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dress porsche design


bra on top รถhlin/d, top chantal galipeau, bottom borbonese, chocker creepyyeha


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rock— in' chic Photography Damien Kim, Model Tabea Weyrauch at IMG Models New York, Styling Mimi Kim, Makeup Satsuki Soma using Kevyn Aucoin, Hair Kiyo Igarashi using Oribe Hair Care, Nail Art Marina Iwakoshi, Photography Assistants David Choi and Ejoo Na

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top & socks รถhlin/d, bottom tibi, scarf stylist's own


top & pants tibi, headband jennifer behr

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top behno, jumpsuit รถhlin/d, skirt tibi

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coat michael kors, jumpsuit รถhlin/d, skirt cade


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jacket รถhlin/d, pants wesley berryman, chocker creepyyeha

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r–e b e– l Photography Sarah Kühl, Model Charlie Weiss at Miha Model Management, Styling Josepha Rodriguez, Makeup & Hair Jeannette Johnsson using Alcina

ONE


entire look barbara bui, earrings vibe harsløf


lavender suede dress kaviar gauche, dark blue bodysuit vladimir karaleev, heels barbara bui, socks stylist's own, earrings & rings vibe harsløf


sweater & shirt (worn under) vladimir karaleev, black leather skort tibi, earrings & rings vibe harsløf

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dress & green coated leather skirt malaikaraiss, chain barbara bui, earrings & rings vibe harsløf, ring ina beissner

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black leather sweater with fringes & plissÊ skirt avelon, plateau heels diesel black gold, earrings vibe harsløf


entire look barbara bui, earrings vibe harsløf

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dress & green coated leather skirt malaikaraiss, chain barbara bui, earrings & rings vibe harsløf, ring ina beissner


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by the country Photography Erin Eve, Model Isabell at M+P, Styling Natasha Heasman, Hair Thomas Silverman, Makeup Rebecca McMahon

side ONE


dress michael van see ham, hat the kooples, brown snakeskin boots jimmy choo, socks pantherella


tassel cardigan the kooples, white shirt dress palmer//harding, brown snakeskin boots jimmy choo, socks pantherella, belt stylist's own


scarf scotland shop, hat the kooples

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button up blouse asli polat

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jumper nicole farhi, jeans ann-sofie back, brown snakeskin boots jimmy choo, socks pantherella


coat stylist's own, black dress finery, off-shoulder shirt asli polat, brown snakeskin boots jimmy choo, socks pantherella,


green blanket hackett, cream dress rosetta getty, belt stylist's own, hat the kooples

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one of the boys Photography Carlyle Routh, Model Mayara at IMG Models, Styling Tatiana Cinquino at Wilhelmina, Makeup & Hair Blair Petty at Wilhelmina

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shirt topshop, ribbed tank h&m, light grey trousers nanushka, necklace with black strand luiny, shoes & other stories, cuff alibi, rings lhn jewelry


double breasted blazer malene birger, turtleneck hm studio, dark grey short nanushka, shoes zara, hat brookes boswell, rings lhn jewelry, cuff alibi


t-shirt & other stories, pants c. keller, necklace lhn jewelry, collar necklace aoko su

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coat, shirt & pants nanushka, pouch belt topshop, necklace species by the thousands, shoes won hundred


coat nanushka, camisole zara, gaucho pants malene birger, shoes won hundred, collar necklace aoko su, bracelet alibi


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ÖHLIN/D Interview Nicole Gavrilles Photography Andrew Boyle Makeup Satsuki Soma Campaign Images Courtesy of ÖHLIN/D

On a Friday morning commute into the city, I grab myself a iced chai at Gasoline Alley and walk a couple blocks down into Chinatown to meet up with CEO Anne Deane and Creative Director Jacob Park of ÖHLIN/D. Buzzed in and walked up to their 2nd floor studio. Natural lighting filled the space with a row of desks lined with computers and a workstation towards the back where their pattern maker was busy at work. We sat down, shared a couple laughs and got into the questions.

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Nicole Gavrilles: Tell me a little about yourself and wanted to come interview at Vera Wang in New York. So I packed a really small suitcase, came out here, got hired where you got to where you are now. on the spot and never went back to California. I was at Jacob Park: I was born in Los Angeles and moved to Vera Wang for about two years where I learned a lot San Francisco. For two summers during high school, I but I felt like I wanted to explore a different part of the went down to LA doing a lot of production assistant fashion industry. I also felt very limited from such an work assisting the wardrobe. That’s how I first got into established brand since they already have their vision, clothes by putting outfits together. I always felt the which I couldn’t affect in that way. I started working need to express myself with how I dress since I was with this contemporary accessories brand called Bond little. Everything I know about fashion I cultivated Hardware. They’re very downtown VFILES type of scene, myself. I had a couple mentors along the way. Kristy very s&m inspired. They’ve done the accessories for Caylor (Founder and Creative Director of Maiyet) was Prabal Gurung for their last season and DKNY’s jewelry. working for an LA based designer at the time while Again I was in a situation where I wasn’t able to directly I was interning for that designer. And that’s when I influence designs only the visuals. And when I first met really learned what a woven is versus a knit as well as Anne, rewind 2 years, she told me that she wanted me working and sewing different types of fabrics. I got a to work for her one day to start a fashion brand. While big crash course in fashion when I was 18 when that I was at Bond Hardware, Anne called me and asked if I happened. After high school I went to college where I wanted to come in a talk about starting a brand with studied a lot of art history and created my own art on me. And then I came in and then kept coming in every the side focusing on everything fashion related. After day [laughs] until it became a real thing. I graduated college, my friend called and asked if I

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photography luke abby, styling jacob park, hair joey george at art list, makeup kouta at jed root

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Anne Deane: I was born in France and I grew up with a very cultural and global background. My parents pushed me and my brother to go see the world. I grew up in a world of art, culture and an understanding of the cycle of poverty. When I was little, if you asked me what I wanted to do I would have said I wanted to save the world. Initially, I started off in the non-profit sector and I did an internship at the UN. And something I realized working in a lot of grassroots organizations and then going to the UN was I was very interested in combining both business and doing social good at the same time. I entered college with that mindset and perspective. I majored in political science and in English: Creative Writing focusing on human rights. When I left college, I went into affordable housing. I gained an amazing business background that I also gained from my family. Which reminds me - When I was little I used to sit at the dinner table with my brother and my dad would quiz us on compound interest rates. I would sit there drawing dresses, always interested in the arts. I would take art classes at the museum and still have sketches from when I was younger where I would price everything at $5,000 with diamonds on it [laughs]. When I was working in affordable housing and finance and realized that wasn’t what I wanted to do but always knew I was very interested in fashion and art. So I went down to South America, where I have a lot of roots and family, and decided that I wanted to start a company that could really stand for something both fashion and focus on conscious manufacturing. I wanted them to go hand-and-hand to create a real brand that’s disruptive innovation within the fashion marketplace, which is something very important to me. I also want to breath a little life back into fashion. To me if you look at great designers, I consider Alexander McQueen one. And he was brilliant because he still looked at fashion as a form of art. I think that is something as a company we are able to do and really lucky for. When I met Jacob one night of partying at The Standard, I instantly knew that he was one of those creative visionaries who I’m going to work with one day. I called him up with I formed this company and said the only person I want to do this with is you. From there we sat down and created this thing together and now he’s my day wife [Jacob and Anne laugh].

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photography luke abby, styling jacob park, hair joey george, makeup ayami nishimura

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“When you put on something that is ÖHLIN/D, it should feel natural — something that you can wear from season to season.” — ANNE DEANE

NG: It’s kind of like it was fate in a way for you guys to AD: I would say that I have a board of mentors in a way. meet that night. And rather than guiding me towards one specific path the really pushed me to explore the world to go and AD: Actually, we were on Bowery and it was raining and figure out what I wanted to do, to always ask questions I remember the moment I turned to him, ‘Jacob one day and follow your heart. I’m a really strong believer that I’m going to hire you’ [Jacob laughs] and he was like when your heart and your mind are connected you can yeah okay whatever. [laughs] achieve anything. This is something every single day I wake up and know that I love what I’m doing and know JP: Yeah I didn’t think it would happen but it did. [Anne this is exactly what I’m supposed to be doing. It wasn’t laughs] an east journey to get here but I think that my mentors (not one specific one) just really pushed me. NG: We touched upon this a little but was fashion a part of your life growing up? JP: Two people have really mentored me. Hayley Keenan who is an LA based designer and artist. When I was AD: Yes, I used to play dress-up in my mom’s closet and younger I used to think she was the most beautiful and she used to check my bags all the time because I would fascinating person who was super creative. She has her go in there and go shopping. She’s definitely a role model own little store in Venice where she sells dresses that and inspiration for me for what girl I wanted to be one she hand sews and cuts along with her paintings and day. Everyday I think that. unique jewelry. And through interning her, I met Kristy Caylor (who I mentioned before) who is the Founder JP: Yeah it’s always been a really important way for and Creative Director of Maiyet. Knowing how amazing, me to express myself when I was younger. In high smart and down-to-earth Kristy was, always gave me school and college I was always disguising myself. Still hope there could be something more meaningful in the to this day I wake up every morning wanting to look fashion industry. She was always an amazing mentor to like a different person. I just love dressing up and just me. love clothes, always wanting to experiment with how I looked through clothes. NG: How did you two initially meet? NG: Did you have any mentors guiding you towards the AD: We met through a mutual friend one late night at right paths? The Standard Hotel. And then Jacob and I met again.

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JP: Yeah we met again at a nightclub. AD: Which is definitely where you want to find your business partner [Anne and Jacob laugh]. And yeah, we kind of just became friends.

from all of my mentors to explore the world and to not be afraid of failure or take risks. I always think of this quote from Legally Blonde [laughs] where the two law professors are talking about Reece’s character saying, “Do you think she woke up one day saying, ‘I think I’ll go to Law School’”. In a way I sometimes think I one day came to the decision where I think I’m going to start a company and I’m going to do this. And I just decided to do it. There wasn’t any other question. It was either do it or go get another nine-to-five.

JP: Yeah we just became friends after that. I just moved to New York too didn’t know many people. AD: To be honest, when I first met Jacob we started hanging out and I thought that he was one of the most fascinating people that I knew wearing platform shoes and black lipstick saying I want to be friends with that NG: How did you come up with the name ÖHLIN/D? guy! AD: It’s a family name. I have a lot of family on my JP: I was dressing really wild back then [laughs] father’s side and I thought it was really unique. So we started with OHLIN and added the “D” for my last name AD: And he was an inspiration to me. to the end of it. NG: What got you interested in starting a business?

JP: And the word ÖHLIN is derivative of this ancient Peruvian word that means infinite, which is really AD: My father was an entrepreneur and I think I just beautiful. grew up with a very entrepreneurial mindset. I realized

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NG: I love that. So how do you concept each collection?

JP: I think music is a huge inspiration too. I’ve always been surrounded by my friends’ music shows.

JP: I was an internet kid growing up. All my computers end up crashing because I save everything I like on my desktop [Anne laughs]. The internet has always been very comfortable to me so it’s more of a natural starting point to seek out inspiration and search through Tumblr. In my physical life too, I’m a really nostalgic person, always thinking of my old Lisa Frank stuff. I always turn to the past to look for inspiration. Every season, I try to stay away from looking at what the other designers are creating. Also keeping up with all the museums and art exhibitions to looking what’s around me everyday. For example, this season we got inspired by Chinatown because our office is in Chinatown and there are so many beautiful colors down here.

AD: And books. Both Jacob and I studied English and Literature. I think there’s something about that that comes through the brand. It is a heritage in a way. NG: What’s a typical day like for you guys?

JP: We come in by 10:15 and Monica our pattern maker gets here at 8:30 every day. I wake up a little earlier to answer emails from my computer at home. We come in and we’re usually pretty quiet around the office working on their own and by the time lunch comes, we’re all regroup. We’re like a family, which can sometimes be distracting [laughs] because we have so much fun together. Everyday I regroup with the design NG: Do you have an underlying theme for your brand? team about what we’re working on to check in on new developments, stitching, etc. to make sure we’re moving JP: We wanted it to be something different and towards the vision. After to review everything then we comfortable. We use a word a lot to describe the present it to Anne to see if it has her stamp of approval. specialness of the brand while maintaining a feel of luxury is that it’s happy. We never wanted to it feel too AD: And usually by 5:30 or 6 there’s some craziness and sever or feel like it’s unattainable to be the ÖHLIN/D girl. usually ends up on someone’s Instagram. We want it to feel relatable, beautiful and aspirational but at the same time we want it to resonate somewhere JP: It ends with me wearing a wig dancing on the floor other than a rich world. to Ariana Grande. [laughs] AD: I think the ÖHLIN/D woman is very effortless and it’s an inherent style, so she is everyone. And it’s a second skin, which is very important to us. When you put on something that is ÖHLIN/D, it should feel natural and something that you can wear from season to season. It’s different and special but it’s never going to go out of style.

AD: I think that speaks a lot to how our design process works. I’m a true believer in forming and running a company that has a comfortable atmosphere. If there’s a happy vibe and energy at work, you’ll create happy and beautiful things. That’s really important. That’s part of what my role is making sure everything is going smoothly.

JP: I think the brand messaging is always happy and comfortable. Everywhere you are you see these mass marketed companies like Old Navy and H&M where their message is happiness but it’s really hard to find an advanced contemporary brand and/or fashion house that has that messaging.

JP: We want the energy of the brand to be seamless throughout the whole company. Even the office environment we want to feel the same way the clothes feel. NG: Are you going to continue focusing on apparel only?

NG: Are their any other mediums you draw inspiration AD: For this upcoming FW15, we branched out and put from? out a line of shoes just one style with different heights. It’s something that we’re looking into. I think that the future holds all different possibilities.

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JP: Yeah we’re also perfectionists so we want to make AD: Nicki Minaj, I’m obsessed with her and would sure everything is perfect with our clothes before we try love for her to wear our clothes. I think she would look to develop something else. great in one of our bodysuits. Also Chelsea Clinton and Drew Barrymore. But mostly, I would love to see anyone AD: We are two years old but definitely we plan on wearing out clothes. Regardless of who you are, weather taking over everything [laughs]. your famous or not. NG: Have you shown your collections at showrooms yet?

JP: I would just love to see someone walking down the street in New York wearing our clothes.

JP: We’ve done small press appointments, more of an intimate showing. We’ve had a dinner. And for our NG: Is there any advice you would give designers starting upcoming season, we’re preparing for a show. out? NG: That’s so exciting! Are there any goals you’ve set that JP: Don’t give up because it’s really hard. I think a lot o you’re looking to accomplish? the fashion industry tries to enforce a strange code of conduct and there’s established ways of doing things. But AD: Yes, I think a five-year goal for us is to open a store. I think there’s a lot of new ways you can try. Don’t hold We definitely have goals in terms of being in certain yourself to what has already been done; try something stores at certain times and to just be spread throughout new. Pave your own path. the United States. We just got picked up by LN-CC in stores and online for both this current SS15 and FW15 AD: Don’t be afraid of failure because that’s the only collections. And that’s really exciting to us and we thing that can hold you back. You if you achieve whatever want to continue growing and placing ourselves within you want. reflective places in the marketplace. It’s very important to make sure that not only do we have a very curated JP: We fail every day but we just don’t care. [laughs] collection but where a collection is placed is also curated and a reflection of the brand. AD: Exactly, it’s failing forward. NG: Who would you love to see wearing your pieces? JP: If you look at our Tumblr inspiration, it shows a lot For more information about ÖHLIN/D and to check out of women that are not around anymore or older. I love their recent collection, head to ohlin-d.com. the old vibes with Jane Birken.

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ANDREA JIAPEI LI T h e O n e t o Wa t c h

Words Haris Giannouras Images Courtesy of Andrea Jiapei Li

Creativity and artistry reflect a rather strange, merely paradoxical concept in modern day fashion. For the curious process of putting flesh and bones to an idea and expressing your bare mind and soul is as difficult as it appears fascinating. At the same time the art of being unique and interesting without loosing your touch of the moment, that valuable connection with the momentum of our times, is even more of a struggle today, especially for new talents. The case of up and coming designer Andrea Jiapei Li is a great example of a creator bold and interesting, with a contemporary sense and artistic quality. A mind that seems to expose her own intimate ideas opening a dialogue about the boundaries and power of fashion creation.

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She recently graduated from the MFA in Fashion Design and Society program at Parsons New York and debuted at NY fashion week with her SS15 collection, making a wonderful first impression with interesting commentary from worldwide fashion media. Her work is a true minimalistic pandemonium, filled with clean shapes, basic lines and geometric volumes, which never seem to fall into the stereotype of a dull normcore junkie but evoke a pure poet of the less. A pair of plastic detailed pants, oversized coats, fishnet dresses and long asymmetric tops, all come together to communicate the details of Li’s deconstructed universe. She takes full advantage of the expressive potentials carefully hidden in the voice of a purist creator, an artist who wants to force us in a way to look at the small things, the details. An effort to bring beauty of the strangest places to the spotlight. Another point that seems to interest the designer seems to be a narrative quality of the pieces, not only the clothes as an aesthetic fashionable result but most of all the small stories hidden behind them. The little fragments of a myth that gradually unfolds. But the conceptual idea behind her modern-day minimal mannequins would be nothing without her impeccable and innovative execution. The lines, the stitched details and the carefree way she manages to incorporate strange materials such as plastic and

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"A mind that seems to expose her own intimate ideas— opening a dialogue about the boundaries and power of fashion creation."

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F W 15 — neoprene, all witness a balanced approach of a 21st them. And at this case, we are talking about the century tailor with a vision to match. reinterpretation of gender roles, the death of trends and the rise of individuality. Uniqueness and practicality are At the end one thing is certain. These delicately broken now charged with the power of a crucial aesthetic filed figures are a sign of a new era in womenswear, or even that transcends the restricted limits of a seasonal trend. fashion in general. An interpretation that balances the Rules are broken and the only thing left to do is witness values of the past with the needs of the future almost the wave of vast changes that gradually occur, making as if we are talking about a gender bender parameter, way for street fashion, unconventional volumes and according to which the very same core of her work deconstructed shapes. A chaotic mashup of elevated process can’t be categorized neither as typically male and fresh approaches that are here to stay. nor female. A signature of our times, accurate and precise, demonstrating in a way a revolution regarding what is sexy or powerful in the way you dress. The For more information about Andrea Jiapei Li and to deeper cultural impact of our clothes is that they check out her recent SS15 & FW15 collections, head to express our needs and ideas, or in a way they define andreajiapeili.com.

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ALL GROWN UP Words Danielle Peterson Images Courtesy of Style.com

Their famous parents provided these five women with flawless DNA, but now they have come in to their own and are taking over the modeling world by landing advertising campaigns, walking runway shows and posing in magazines. They also achieve this while giving fans an inside look at their fashionable lives through social media, attending the Met Gala, music festivals like Coachella and more.

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now they have come in to their own and taking over the modeling world...

Gigi Hadid   As the newest face of Maybelline, Gigi is probably used to people wondering if “maybe she’s born with it.” In this case, the blonde-haired beauty can attribute her striking looks in part to her mother, Yolanda Foster, a former model who stars on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Although Gigi made cameos on the Real Housewives, the half-Palestinian and half-Dutch model’s career really took off after her relocation to New York. In the past year, she landed two Vogue covers and walked in shows such as Tom Ford, Emilio Pucci and Balmain. She is also a favorite of Carine Roitfeld’s, who featured her on the cover of her magazine CR Fashion Book and included her in the Icons portfolio for Harper’s Bazaar alongside veteran models like Cindy Crawford and Linda Evangelista. Gigi’s career is not slowing down any time soon, and whether it’s starring in Taylor Swift music videos or opening runway shows, she is poised to do great things and continue taking the fashion world by storm. Bella Hadid   Bella may be following in her sister Gigi’s footsteps as far as career choices go, but their modeling styles could not be more different. The 18-year-old also moved to New York to pursue her modeling career but has focused more on editorial work than runway. Featured in magazines like Elle, CR Fashion Book and Love, Bella’s editorial career has flourished and now her runway career is starting to as well. In the fall, she joined her sister to walk in Tom Ford’s runway show and recently attended the Met Ball dressed by Topshop.

Bella’s Instagram account also gives fans an inside look at her modeling career and shows that not only do good looks run in the Hadid family, but strong work ethic as well. The Hadid sisters provide a range of looks representing edgy and all-American and will be a force to be reckoned with in 2015. Sofia Richie   If the last name is any indication of her predilection for personal style, Sofia is taking after her sister Nicole and blossoming in to a fashionista. Sofia signed with Select Model Management in December and modeled in the pages of Flaunt and Who What Wear. She also landed Popular magazine’s inaugural cover, which Nylon’s former Editor in Chief founded. She attended the Met Ball dressed by Stella McCartney and was a favorite of street style photographers during fashion week. At 16, the daughter of Lionel Richie is already being buzzed about as the next big thing. Hailey Baldwin   Hailey also comes from a family of well-known celebrities. As the youngest daughter of Stephen and Kennya Baldwin, she is often seen with the likes of Kendall and Kylie Jenner and recently signed to Ford and Elite Models. She walked for Topshop Unique’s spring show and attended the Met Ball alongside Bella Hadid as one of Topshop’s guests. Although she made her runway debut last fall, Hailey has been modeling since age 14 and will likely make an even bigger splash in the fall.

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Kendall Jenner   With genes from a former Olympian and a big sister like Kim Kardashian, it’s no surprise that Kendall Jenner would be blessed with beauty and long legs. At 5’10”, Kendall is the leggiest member of the KardashianJenner brood and is no stranger to being in front of a camera. In March 2015, she became the face of Calvin Klein Jeans and has appeared on covers for both Harper’s Bazaar and GQ. She has also walked for the likes of Chanel, Alexander Wang, Donna Karan and Michael Kors. When she’s not walking in runway shows or modeling in editorials, Kendall designs clothing with her sister Kylie for Pacsun and is collaborating with Topshop as well. Kendall recently assisted Olivier Rousteing at the Billboard Music Awards in announcing the newest H&M collaboration with Balmain, which she will likely be a part of alongside Jourdan Dunn. So, despite her reality TV upbringing, Kendall is making a name for herself as a serious fashion model and will be a face to watch in 2015.

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All images used in articles and features are credited along with each page they are featured on. All photographers featured own full rights to their images Quote on Letter from Editor Maya Angelou Fashion Picks sections Brownsfashion.com, Matchesfashion.com, Bergdorf Goodman Andrea Jiapei Li Article Campaign Images Courtesy of Andrea Jiapei Li SS15 Runway — indigitalimages.com ÖHLIN/D Article Campaign Images Courtesy of ÖHLIN/D All Grown Up Article Style.com - Indigitalimages.com Back Cover Harling-Darsell


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