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SALYSÉ Volume 4: Number 93

October 2018

Bold Royalty Photographer Kai York Model Paige Gary Muse Makeup Artist Daria Riabova Hair Stylist April McTaggart Stylist Guvanch Agajumayev Retoucher Ksenia Soboleva

CONTRIBUTORS Hash Escamilla Nikita Klimovich Anastasia Klopova Christina Lazar-Schuler Alex Sagaidak


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Bold Royalty Photographer Kai York

Model Paige Gary Muse Model Management Makeup Artist Daria Riabova Hair Stylist April Mctaggart Wardrobe Stylist Guvanch Agajumayev Co-Stylist Kevin Breen Lighting Assistant Theik Smith Retoucher Ksenia Soboleva Studio Go Studios

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Silver Necklace: Mariella Pilato Jacket: Qian Wu


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Silver Necklace: Mariella Pilato Black Boots: LAX Shoes Jacket: Qian Wu


Dress: DonaZhong Boots: Vero Cuoio Multi color tassel: Sebastian Schildt

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Meet Photographer Kai York

Hometown: New York City How did you get started? I started studying photography at university 15 years ago. Back then, I had no clue about how a camera works. But I knew that I wanted to do something creative. I couldn’t put my finger on it yet, but creating in general made me feel whole and I realized a classic 9-5 job at an office won’t make me happy in the long run. I flicked through the magazines of my parents and was fascinated by the emotions a photo can create. It seemed like magic to me, or a foreign language I didn’t understand. I was captivated. During my studies, I learned everything about the technique of photography, started taking on small photography jobs and had a small publication here and there. I sucked. I tried harder and grew, and still sucked,

before slowly getting better and eventually I got to know myself and understand my strengths. Also I focused more and more on what I really wanted to do. I was always intrigued by the powerful images of the fashion photography in the 90s. Herb Ritts, Peter Lindbergh,Helmut Newton, Patrick Demarchelier all displayed women in a strong, fierce and unattainable way and elevated their beauty into a confident form. They appeared to be goddesses and would disarm the audience just by their appearance. That struck me as timeless, unattainable beauty and nothing less I want to show today.

Favorite food/drink? Guatemalan vienna roast black coffee from The Sensous Bean on West 70th Street in New York City.

Three adjectives to describe yourself. curious, critical, determined,

Favorite color? Black

Last book you read? Men Without Women by Earnest Hemingway

What was the last picture you took with your phone? Literally a screenshot.

What do you enjoy the most about photography? The creative process of developing a world that didn’t exist before and the never-ending chase for falling in love. And also being inspired by the artists and talents I work with. What do you not enjoy about photography? The heavy gear.


Ear cuff: Soledad Lowe Dress: Darya Batok

Your zodiac sign? Virgo If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? Fall of the Berlin Wall. What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? Audrey Hepburn. Hands down. Living I would say Madonna without make up. Not to patronize her or put her down. But because I think she is an incredible figure, a living legend. And I think it would be a very strong, bold, beautiful statement, which is everything she stood for throughout her career. And I am not even a huge fan of her music. What country would you love to shoot in? Every single one. I love to explore new locations. But currently I am very intrigued by Japan and the Koreas. Last show you binge-watched? Rick and Morty

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Waking up without any worries, in a sphere of calm with someone next to you.

Favorite movie? Amelie and Fight Club

What’s your favorite quote? It doesn’t matter who you are or where you work It doesn’t matter who you are or what you earn What matters is what you give and what you love What matters is how you live and if you love - Southeast First, Hot Water Music

Guilty Pleasure? Ice Cream

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I have been to Iceland 6 times so far and will go again and again. That place is magical. I really want to visit Japan in near future. If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Peter Lindbergh and Herb Ritts

Favorite actor/actress? Ewan McGregor

Anything else you want the readers to know about you. Being creative is a lot of fun, but it is also incredibly exhausting. As artists we pour our hearts into every photograph we take until we are empty. It is important to find a pace that works well for you and don’t compare yourself to others to put pressure on yourself. But it is also equally important to stay inspired and to not get intimidated by other artists’ work. Especially in times where social media is displaying a false image of accomplishments to us every day. Listen inside of you. You know all the answers. 15 Follow Kai on Social Media IG: @kai.york.official SALYSÉ SEPT Website: www.kaiyork.com 2018


Meet Makeup Artist Daria Riabova Hometown: Saransk (Russia) How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I started about 4 years ago. I was participating in a dance show when the hired make up artist failed to come. Every participant had to do their own make up. I had natural skills, so everybody liked what I did with my face and some other girls asked me to help them. I agreed to do make up for a couple of girls and in the process of doing that the idea came to me: “I should do it on professional level”. I took some of my savings and went to Moscow to learn from the best in “Icon Face” make-up school and I fell in love with the profession.

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? Working at the one team with inspiring brand with own philosophy, goals and vision of beauty. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Big car trip around USA with my husband.

What make up trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Contouring What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? Best gift it was kitten on my last Birthday. I dreamed about it from childhood, but my sister has allergy. What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Blusher

What do you not enjoy about being a MUA? Heavy luggage.

Favorite food/drink? Cherry/Tea 16 book you read? Last George Orwell’s 1984 SALYSÉ SEPT 2018

Your zodiac sign? Gemini

What make up trend do you love? Puffy eyebrows, freckles, dewy skin.

What do you enjoy the most about being a MUA? Doing people feel more happy and love themselves a bit more.

Favorite color? Beige

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Just laying on the beach and looking at the sky.

What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Gemini, Cancer

Three adjectives to describe yourself. Dreamy, sentimentally, perfectionistic

Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? Olga Tomina IG: @tominamakeup (Impeccable technique, amazing accurately work with color, natural looking dewy skin, her models looks like nymphs. She was my inspirer since beginning for now)

What’s your theme song? Gnarls Barkley - “Crazy”

What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? It’s not just a person, it’s a brand. I would love to work with Tom Ford beauty. What would you create? I would make a commercial about a woman who creates different effects on her face using make up, but she is not afraid of her natural “imperfections” as wrinkles, pores, eye bags because all that is part of her beauty and sexuality. I would like major brands to share with us real, untouched pictures of models to popularize realistic beauty in fashion the business.

Favorite movie? Catch Me If You Can Favorite actor/actress? Matthew McConaughey Guilty Pleasure? Eating sweets and sleeping too much. Last show you binge-watched? Black Mirror Follow Daria on Social Media IG: dashbarash FB: Daria Riabova


Meet Model Paige Gary Hometown: Winston - Salem , NC How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. A friend who’s also a model saw me in the city and he asked if I would be interested in modeling. Of course I said “YES!” lol so he contacted agencies & shortly after I signed with Muse :]

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? VS! Traveling the world, and I would love to own my first home ! :) Your zodiac sign? I’m a cancer

Three adjectives to describe yourself. Caring, hardworking, creative

Favorite superhero? Why? The Black Panther, because even though he was “defeated”, with the help of his family, he triumphed and reclaimed his victory as KING! & COCO is a new favorite What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? that’s hard, Living I’d have to say Michelle Obama, Beyonce and Serena Williams Dead? No one other than Michael jackson!

What do you enjoy the most about modeling? TRAVELING! Meeting people from different cultures and learning about different cultures.

What’s your theme song? Pretty Little Liars theme song

What do you not enjoy about modeling? Honestly it’s what I love to do, and when you love to do something it’s hard to say what you don’t enjoy about it.

Favorite movie? Grease

What do you do when you are not modeling? I love to play sports.

Favorite actor/actress? Women: Angela Bassett, Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman & Emma Stone Men: Samuel Jackson and John Boyega

Favorite color? GREEN! Favorite food? I LOVE my grandma’s cooking. What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? Dolce & Gabbana, Saint Laurent, balenciaga, Kenzo, Chanel, ALL of them if i can! What photographer would you love to shoot with? Why? A few! Mario Testino, w/spadestudios, Riccardo Tisci, Arnaud, Greg swales, Paola kudacki, David sims. The list goes on & on. What’s your favorite quote? “Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.” -Oprah Winfrey

What is your favorite body part? I would have to say my eye Last show you binge-watched? Me and my brother binge watched Power! Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? My dream vacation would be to Paris, and take my family to Bora Bora :) Last book you read? I’m reading a few at a time right now.

Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery” Happiness: when love & work can go hand in hand Misery: living each day not giving it your all, even on your rest days lol If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? SURF and drive a motorcycle Guilty Pleasure? Mmm.....sometimes Oreos and I LOVE vegan cookies and cream ice cream, and ruffles potato chips too. Anything else you want the readers to know about you? I love music :) 17 Follow Paige on Social MediaSALYSÉ SEPT IG: @paigegary_ 2018


Meet Hair Stylist April McTaggart

Hometown: Queens, New York How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in a large family that consisted of 12 adults with 14 children (in the same house I might add) and getting ready for school or church was a more than just a mere task. And as you can imagine, with 8 girls, doing hair was probably the most difficult, so growing up we were taught at a young age how to braid. Me being the most eager to learn, I picked it up very quick. I began to do my own hair and the fascination began there. When asked “What do you want for Christmas?” I’d ask for the Barbie mannequin head just, so I could do her hair. Fast forward to high school; I was so into hairstyling that I would change my hairstyle every few days and my friends would ask me if I could do their hair and just like a wild fire it spread. Next thing I know I had people lining up at the lunch table waiting to get their 18 hair done during lunch time or even after school. Through college SALYSÉ ISEPT supported myself by doing hair. I 2018

then realized that Cosmetology is what I wanted to do full-time. I found myself not going to class because I had clients hair to do. So, I went to cosmetology school and that was all she wrote for me. Lol Three adjectives to describe yourself. Professional, Creative, Fun Hair Artist or Hair Stylist? Why? Hair artist/stylist, I chose this career because it had always been my passion. No matter what “job” I had, I’ve always done hair. What do you enjoy the most about being a Hair Artist/Stylist? The feeling of helping someone enhance their natural beauty and making them feel more empowered and self confident. What do you not enjoy about being a Hair Artist/Stylist? The thing that bothers me most is the long hours on my feet! What’s your favorite quote? “Be true to who you are no matter what!”

Other than yourself, favorite hair artist/stylist? Why? Wow! There are too many to name, but a few stand out. Naeemah LaFond, Christina Beaty, Alonzo Arnold and Gillian Garcia. All four of these beautifully creative people are who I aspire to be like as a hair stylist/artist. Naeemah is an awardwinning runway and high fashion Goddess while Christina is an awardwinning museum art exhibitionist hair artist extraordinaire! Alonzo is the celebrity hair stylist King, and Gillian is the international natural hair slayer!!! Favorite color? Black Favorite food/drink? Seafood and my favorite drink is a nice frosty margarita! Lol What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? I would LOVE to work with Madame CJ Walker the 1st Black woman millionaire hairstylist.


What would you do? I’d help her make hair products.

What hair trend do you love? I love love love bobs!

Speak it into existence. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? I see myself flying all over the world styling hair for models, and celebrities alike all the while owning my own salon here at home.

What hair trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? The little/mini fringe (bangs)

What is your idea of perfect happiness? My family. Your zodiac sign? I’m a Cancer!! Whoop whoop!! What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Capricorn Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would LOVE to go to Africa! What’s your theme song? Busta Rhymes “Put Ya Hands where My Eyes Can See”

What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? The best gifts I’ve received are my husband and 3 beautiful girls! The worst gift I’ve given was a pair of socks to my dad! Lolol and the socks were too small! What product is in your kit that you cannot live without? My Amika head strong hair spray! Favorite movie? OMG there are too many to name but my all-time fave is Marvel’s Black Panther! Favorite actor/actress? Jim Carey, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Courtney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, Taraji P. Henson, Jennifer Lewis I could go on and on...

What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done? Seeing my grandmother, grandfather, and aunt buried. Last book you read? Milady book of Cosmetology Guilty Pleasure? I collect Mickey Mouse items lolol Last show you binge-watched? Power Anything else you want the readers to know about you. I am completely honored and humbled to be a part of this piece! I thank you from the bottom of my heart! Follow April on Social Media IG: @flawlessartistryboutique FB: Flawless Artistry Boutique

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Meet Stylist Guvanch Agajumayev

Hometown: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I am a 23 year old fashion stylist and editorial producer. I was born and raised in a small country in Middle Asia. Growing up, I always dressed «differently» than my peers. I dress to express myself, to tell a story, and to outwardly show others my mood. As a kid, I always dressed up my sister, mom, and barbie dolls. I felt different than other boys my age, a feeling that brought me insecurity and confidence somehow simultaneously. I dreamt of living in New York City, as I knew it would expose me to the world of fashion. I moved alone to New York when I was 19, and despite the uncertainties the destination held, my decision did not scare me. During my first days in New York, I walked around for hours and watched how people dressed. 20 SALYSÉ SEPT 2018

The streets were my personal museum. My styling journey began when I found Kevin Breen’s, a stylist and art director, Instagram account. I admired his work and felt that we shared a similar approach to styling and fashion. I decided to message Kevin on Instagram. After five minutes, I received a reply from Kevin, and we scheduled to meet over coffee the next day. I told him of my love for fashion, my background, and other personal stories. Kevin asked if I would be interested in assisting him in styling a photoshoot for PAPER Magazine. This was my first experience in working on a professional fashion editorial. Since then, Kevin and I have stayed close friends and have collaborated on other projects. I don’t know where I would be if I did not meet Kevin. I am very thankful to him. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Straightforward, Smart, and Hardworking

What do you enjoy the most about being a fashion stylist? I love to create, reinterpret, and show the designer a new perspective of their work. What do you not enjoy about being a fashion stylist? Being a fashion stylist is not a work for me, its part of my life style. I enjoy every part of it. Favorite designer? Why? I do not have favorite or least favorite designer. I believe each designer is unique and has a story behind their work. Favorite color? Rainbow Favorite food/drink? Drink- Ayran, Food- my mom’s food What person, living or dead, would you love to style for? Madonna, Paris Hilton, Lady Gaga, Beyonce


Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? In 5 years I see myself being published in every top magazine and producing a reality show centered around fashion. I see myself as happy and possibly married. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Perfect happiness is when you love what you do and live your life to the fullest. Your zodiac sign? Taurus What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Virgo, Leo, but I don’t mind other signs as well. What’s your favorite quote? “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why” -Mark Twain

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would love to take a trip to around Asia with my parents. What’s your theme song? “Stronger (What doesn’t kill you)” Kelly Clarkson What fashion trend do you love? I love all the trends, that’s part of my job. What fashion trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? None. Favorite movie? The Dressmaker Favorite actor/actress? Monica Anna Maria Bellucci Last book you read? Mademoiselle: Coco Chanel and the Pulse of History by Rhoda K. Garelick

If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what would it be for? I threw my dream party. It was an editorial night party, which was gender fluid. We invited around 500 photographers, all types of models, and featured a lot of new and incredible designers. Guilty Pleasure? I don’t feel guilty about my pleasures. Last show you binge-watched? Project Runway Best gift you received or have given? My parents moving to New York City. Anything else you want the readers to know about you. I am a self motivated individual and will dedicate my energy if chosen for any position. Follow Guvanch on Social Media21 IG: @guvajan SALYSÉ SEPT 2018


Nastya Photographer Alex Sagaidak Model Anastasia Sorokina Makeup Artist Svitlana Koroleva Hair Stylist Darina Noskova Stylist Katherine Virshich

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Bodysuit: Black Milk Striped silk shorts: By LM label Accessories: H&M and Top Shop


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Crop top: Black Milk Sleeveless wool trench: By LM label Striped silk shorts: By LM label Accessories: H&M and Top Shop


Bodysuit: Black Milk Striped silk halter top: By LM label Orange body harness: By LM label Latex skirt: Black Milk Accessories: H&M and Top Shop Willy Wonka replica goggles

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Black Lace dress: Crazy Skulls Orange body harness: By LM label Accessories: H&M and Top Shop Willy Wonka replica goggles


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Editorial Calendar for 2018 Winter White Issue published January 1st Submissions due by December 15th

Little Black Dress Issue published February 1st Submissions due by January 15th

The Beauty Issue Issue published March 1st Submissions due by February 15th

Let’s Dance (The Power of Movement) Issue published April 1st Submissions due by March 15th

The Decades Issue published May 1st Submissions due by April 15th

The Swimsuit Issue Issue published July 1st Submissions due by June 15th

The Travel Issue Issue published August 1st Submissions due by July 15th

Fall Fashion & Fashion Illustration Issue published September 1st Submissions due by August 15th

Adjust Your Crown (It’s A Game of Thrones) Issue published October 1st Submissions due by September 15th

Food & Fashion Issue published November 1st Submissions due by October 15th

Of Flowers & Festivals

Issue published June 1st

Submissions due by May 15th

Let’s Celebrate Issue published December 1st Submissions due by November 15th

For more information on how to submit editorials, please visit www.salyse.com


SALYSÉ Volume 4: Number 93

October 2018

Girl Power Photographer Nikita Klimovich Model Alina Dubenyuk Makeup Artist Ludmila Buzhinskaya Hair Stylist Margarita Motskalo Wardrobe Stylist Aleksandr Gayel

CONTRIBUTORS Hash Escamilla Anastasia Klopova Christina Lazar-Schuler Alex Sagaidak Kai York

SALYSÉ Magazine | Vol 4: No 93 | October 2018  

A Fashion, Beauty, and Conceptual Art Photography Magazine.

SALYSÉ Magazine | Vol 4: No 93 | October 2018  

A Fashion, Beauty, and Conceptual Art Photography Magazine.