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SALYSÉ Volume 2: Number 12

MEET Photographer Elly Johnson & Fashion Designer Aries Milan Kate Kills Pretty

December 2016

THE HOLIDAY ISSUE

CONTRIBUTORS

Fedor Borodin Alexia Diaz Zoljargal Enkhbold Arsenii Gerasymenko Elly Johnson Eve Kohler Anna Kotlova Masha Kushnir Aliona Kuznetsova MiGel Jerome Tayao


SALYSÉ Volume 2: Number 13

CONTRIBUTORS

Fedor Borodin Eva and Jean-Marc Bruchez Maya Darasaw Alexia Diaz Yuliya Dorofeeva Zoljargal Enkhbold Arsenii Gerasymenko Talia Green Elly Johnson Xingni Kilby Tiffany King Eve Kohler Anna Kotlova Masha Kushnir Aliona Kuznetsova MiGel Michele Taras Jerome Tayao Loreal White Brande Wilkerson Alexis Zernescu

Winter 2016

MEET Fashion Illustrator Zoljargal Enkhbold


SALYSÉ Volume 2: Number 10

Fall/Winter Fashion

December 2016

MEET Photographer Tiffany King & Fashion Designer Karissa Lindsay A Leap of Style

CONTRIBUTORS

Maya Darasaw Zoljargal Enkhbold Arsenii Gerasymenko Talia Green Elly Johnson Xingni Kilby Tiffany King Eve Kohler Aliona Kuznetsova MiGel Jerome Tayao Loreal White


SALYSÉ Volume 2: Number 11

December 2016

STAY WARM

MEET Photographer Aliona Kuznetsova & Fashion Stylist Sodgerel Yadamtsoo Seuret

CONTRIBUTORS

Eva and Jean-Marc Bruchez Alexia Diaz Yuliya Dorofeeva Zoljargal Enkhbold Elly Johnson Xingni Kilby Aliona Kuznetsova Michele Taras Jerome Tayao Brande Wilkerson Alexis Zernescu


Letter from the Editor Dear Salysians, Keeping it short and simple this issue.

Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

As always, I hope you enjoy your escape. Hugs and Love, Sonya Alyse Lawyer Founder and Editor in Chief, SALYSÉ

MELANGE Photographer: Tiffany King Models: Tayla Barksdale, Karla Chirinos, Xochitl Frazier, and Neshama Glinsky Make Up Artists: Diana Gomez and Angela Miller; Hair Stylists: Gabrielle Henderson and Shakira Ottun Wardrobe Stylist: Jazzlin Raquel; Fashion Designer: Karissa Lindsay | A Leap of Style.

SNOW ANGEL Photographer: Aliona Kuznetsova; Stylist: Sodgerel Yadamtsoo Seuret; Make Up and Hair Artist: Elisabeth PĂŠclard; Model: Sylvia Minkova.

WITHIN A DREAM Photographer: Elly Johnson | LE Inc; Model: Bianca Castronovo; Hair Stylist: Stacey Sochol; Make Up Artist: Olya K Tizer; Clothing Designer: Aries Milan | Kate Kills Pretty; Jewelry Designer: Saint Bohemian; Assistant: Jon Reshard.

FASHION ILLUSTRATION Fashion Illustrator: Zoljargal Enkhbold.


Happy Holidays and Happy New Year -SALYSÉ


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Jumpsuit: Nightwalker; Bra: Rehab; Pasties: Nipztix; Shoes: Privileged; Eyewear: Thom Browne from Specs New York of Old Town Alexandria; Bracelet: Stylist’s Own.


Sparkle Photographer Masha Kushnir Models Ana Kuzma Esther Orel Ira Agency HH Models Model’s Agent Yearit Lazar Hair and Make Up Artist Stylist Katy Taurel Formal Dresses Jacob Douk Wardrobe Trumpeldor Vintage Clothing Jewelry and Accessories Ilona Rubin | Petite Delights Production Katy Taurel Set Design and Production Assistant Nikole Rosenthal


Keep Warm in Style Photographer Alexia Diaz Models Ashlyn Lynch Faith Lynch Hair and Make Up Artist Elizabeth Fuentes


White Pearl Photographer Arsenii Gerasymenko Make Up and Hair Artist Nastya Kryvoruchko Model Diana Agency INTERMODELS Kiev


Surreal Beauty Photographer Anna Kotlova Models Christy Ibrahim May Ibrahim

Make Up Artist Corine Potter

Wardrobe Stylist Anna Kotlova Ioulia Svyatogor


Sinner, Saint & In-between Photographer MiGel

Models Berrit Leder Louisa-Marie Nowak Stylist Iani Iskowik Makeup Artist Kill Your Makeup Photography Assistant Jo Plump

Foundation: Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer; Eyes: Senna Cosmetics 70s Free Form Palette; Lips: Giorgio Armani Lip Maestro #200 & MAC Liquid Lipstick Lady Be Good.


Foundation: Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer Eyes: Stilazzi #MS20 & MAC Fluidline- Black Track Lips: Giorgio Armani Lip Maestro #200 & MAC Liquid Lipstick: Lady Be Good

Couture Dress: Two Keys; Tulle Jacket: Angi Spiefl; Jewelry: Iam.


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Dress: Secret Pal; Tulle Jacket: Angi Spiefl; Jewelry: Iam; Belt: H&M.


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Skirt and Top: Sarah Wesel; Leather jacket: JnbyJNLlovet; Shoes, Belt, Necklace and Ring: Zara; Earrings: Iam.

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Dress: Secret Pal; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Earcuffs & Ring: H&M; Bracelet: Iam; Shoes: Zara.

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Model on Left: Lace dress: Secret Pal; Tulle Skirt: Stylist’s Own; Belt and Shoes: Zara; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Hand Jewelry: Stylist’s Own. Model on Right: Lace dress: Secret Pal; Tulle Skirt: Stylist’s Own; Belt: Zara; Shoes: Fundus; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Hand Jewelry: Stylist’s Own.


Couture Gown: Two Keys; Tulle Skirt: Two Keys; Shoes and Belt: Zara; Necklace: Stylist’s Own; Ring and Earrings: Iam, Headpiece: InsubordinateAD.


Couture Dress: Two Keys; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Underdress: Zara; Belt, Chain, and Bracelet: H&M; Tights: Stylist’s Own.

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Couture Dress: Two Keys; Tulle Jacket: Angi Spiefl; Jewelry: Iam; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD.

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Dress: LeFreakMignon; Jacket: Zara; Belt and Earrings: H&M.


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Model on Left: Dress: LeFreakMignon, Jacket and Sneakers: Zara; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD. Model on Right: Blouse: Fundus, Sequin Skirt: LeFreakMignon; Tulle Skirt: Stylist’s Own; Shoes: Zara; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD.

Skirt and Top: Sarah Wesel; Leather jacket: JnbyJNLlovet; Shoes, Belt, Necklace and Ring: Zara; Earrings: Iam.


Model on Left: Couture dress: Two Keys; Tulle Jacket: Angi Spiefl; Jewelery: Iam; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD. Model on Right: Couture Dress: Two Keys; Underdress: Zara; Sequin Dress: Stylist’s Own; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Belt: H&M.

Model on Left: Lace dress: Secret Pal; Tulle Skirt: Stylist’s Own; Belt and Shoes: Zara; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Hand Jewelry: Stylist’s Own. Model on Right: Lace dress: Secret Pal; Tulle Skirt: Stylist’s Own; Belt: Zara; Shoes: Fundus; Headpiece: InsubordinateAD; Hand Jewelry: Stylist’s Own.


Dress: LeFreakMignon; Tulle Piece: InsubordinateAD; Earrings: H&M; Bracelets: Stylist’s Own.


ANIMINO N°1 Photographer Eve Kohler Model Robina S. Agency Time Models Hair and Make Up Artist Julie Fuhrmann Stylists Evelyne Peffer Nicole Verbeek Fashion Designers Nicole Verbeek & Evelyne Peffer PAMB Berner Modedesign


STRIPES Photographer Fedor Borodin Model Kseniya Leonova Stylist Vera Pershina Make Up and Hair Artist Zhanna Burkova Producer WATF


Blouse: BALENCIAGA; Pantaloons and Shirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sandals: H&M.


Dress: MADMILK; Skirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Shawl: HERMES; Sandals: H&M.


Blouse, Pantaloons and Shirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sandals: H&M.


Dress MADMILK; Skirt and Shawl: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sandals: H&M.


Dress and Skirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sleeves: VERA PERSHINA; Sandals: H&M.


Dress: MADMILK; Top: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Belt: VERA PERSHINA; Belt Accessory: MADMILK; Sandals: H&M.


Dress and Skirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sleeves: VERA PERSHINA; Sandals: H&M.


Dress: MADMILK; Top: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Belt: VERA PERSHINA; Belt Accessory: MADMILK; Sandals: H&M.


Pantaloons, Blouse and Skirt: NATASHA TIMOFEEVA; Sandals: H&M.


HOTEL Photographer Aliona Kuznetsova Models Zoe Kenealy Grace Mannix Agency Dynasty Models Make Up and Hair Artist Love Notes by June Make Up Assistant Haley Stylist Anica Buckson Location Boston Park Plaza


Dress: Jack Attackk Clothing; Necklace: H&M; Ring: H&M; Shoes: Wild Diva.


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Dress: Jack Attackk Clothing; Bracelet: H&M; Clutch: ALDO; Ring: Stylist’s Own.


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Dress: ANAKOVNA; Necklace: Vintage/Stylist’s Own.


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Dress: Angelica Timas; Purse: Coach; Earrings: H&M; Shoes: ALDO; Ring: H&M.


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Dress: ANAKOVNA; Earrings: H&M; Necklace: H&M.


Crop Top: Enviux; Skirt: ANAKOVNA; Ring: H&M; Necklace: H&M; Bowler Hat: Lynne Buckson.


Crop Top: Enviux; Skirt: ANAKOVNA; Ring: H&M; Necklace: H&M; Bowler Hat: Lynne Buckson.


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Romper: Enviux; Ring: H&M; Earring: H&M; Purse: ALDO.


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Within a Dream Photographer Elly Johnson | LE Inc Models Bianca Castronovo Kat Monet Savannah Smith Hair Stylist Stacey Sochol Make Up Artist Olya K Tizer Clothing Designer Kate Kills Pretty Jewelry Designer Saint Bohemian Assistant Jon Reshard


Meet Photographer Elly Johnson How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I started by literally, one day deciding to be a photographer. The more I enjoyed learning everything about it, the more I knew that this was something I should keep doing. I wanted to create a type of escapism and a world that I would want to be part of, so I chose photography as my medium and honestly, I would be no where without my fiancé Jon consistently pushing me to be confident, fearless and helping me every step of my way. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Whimsical, unusual…passionate? What do you enjoy the most about photography? The thing I enjoy most about photography is being able collaborate with designers and other artists to create visually interesting photographs. I love fashion designers and I’ve been fortunate enough to find some really amazing ones such as, Aries Milan. What do you not enjoy about photography? I don’t think I dislike anything about photography. I don’t particularly like packing and cleaning up everything after a long shoot, but its part of the job. Favorite color? All shades of purple. Favorite food/drink? Anything Thai/Moscow Mule . What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? I can’t choose one. I really tried. There’s so many people I would love to photograph equally and probably people I don’t even know I want to photograph yet. I would love to photograph comedian, Will Ferrell, model/actress Lily Cole and hopefully one day Jon Reshard. What country would you love to shoot in? England and New Zealand would be awesome places to shoot in. What is your idea of perfect happiness? My idea of perfect happiness is being completely happy internally. Having absolutely nothing, but finding joy in just being. When I reach this, this will be my perfect happiness. Your zodiac sign? Gemini, but I’m on the cusp so I have a bit of Taurus in me, which make me not as crazy as an actual Gemini. I’m kidding of course haha. I am crazy.

If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? The beginning of time What’s your favorite quote? I actually live by this quote, but I’m not sure who its by: “The most dangerous risk of all- The risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later” Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I’ve always wanted to see the northern lights in Finland and stay in a glass igloo while drinking hot chocolate and listening to some intense star gazing music. What’s your theme song? I feel as though this changes frequently, but throughout the years I always find myself repeatedly listening to ‘Creep’ by Radiohead. If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Ellen Von Unwerth. She’s such a huge influence on me and I will meet her in the future. Favorite movie? Roman Polanski’s “The Ninth Gate” Favorite actor/actress? Steve Martin Favorite superhero? Why? Dr. Manhattan is my favorite because he can do anything. He can teleport and he sees the past present and future simultaneously! Not sure I would want to be him…but would definitely want him on my side in any fight. What is your favorite word? Least favorite? Favorite word: Magical Least favorite: non-magical What was the last picture you took with your phone? A photo of two creepy porcelain clowns randomly sent to me in the mail without a return address. I later found out it was my sister who sent them to me. It was terrifying. Last show you binge-watched? The Crown Guilty Pleasure? Cupcakes, baking shows, eating cupcakes while watching baking shows… and occasionally still blasting Brittany Spears “Oops.. I did it again”


Meet Fashion Designer Aries Milan How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in Hawaii, but even as a little girl I spent every penny I could save on fashion magazines. After high school, I moved to Europe where I modeled some, but for me it was always about the fashion. I really respond to how beautiful clothes – of any sort – can make you feel beautiful and good about yourself. To me there is a real power in that, and I love helping – women, especially – feel that way. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Loyal, loving, stubborn – pretty much 100% Taurus ☺ What do you enjoy the most about fashion design? The whole creative process – it is an amazing feeling to take something from an idea in your mind’s eye to a sketch on a piece of paper to a sample - that’s never quite right, lol – to that moment when you see someone try it on in a boutique and their face just lights up. That’s what it’s all about. What do you not enjoy about fashion design? Sales. The whole process of making a business out of it can be really draining and trying – but it is a necessary evil. Unfortunately, I can’t give everything I make away for free (though that would be wonderful, wouldn’t it?) Favorite fabric you ever worked with? It changes with each season – that’s a great deal of the fun for me. I love finding beautiful fabrics – they often even inspire the clothes, rather than the other way around. Favorite color? Aquamarine Favorite food/drink? Red wine and stinky cheese Last show you binge watched? “Killing Season” Favorite movie? “Girl on the Bridge” Vanessa Paradis Favorite actor/actress? Eva Green, so beautiful and interesting

What person, living or dead, would you love to create a design for? What would it be? Probably Kate Middleton (though Kate Moss would be a close second – not sure what it is with me and Kates ☺ I think she is just beautiful and classic and a wonderful role model for young women around the world proving you can be pretty and stylish and still respected for who you are and what you do. I would probably put her in one of my floral pantsuits – she seems to mostly wear dresses and I think it would be fun to change that up a little bit ☺

Favorite superhero? Why? Harry Potter – he’s kind of a cheat, I guess, since he’s not really a superhero, per se, but I really love the idea of a “normal” child who hasn’t had it easy finding out he really has all these magical powers and a whole world within and without that he never knew about.

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? Well, since most of our kids will be in college by then (or out of it – yikes!) my husband and I have talked about wanting to live abroad again – sort of a nomadic existence – just living in different places for months, rather than years, drawing inspiration from the variety and beauty of the world and experiencing everything life has to offer.

If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor? Tom Ford – he’s magic ☺

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Having all my family – especially my children (I have five ☺ all around me, happy, healthy and laughing. Your zodiac sign? Taurus What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Definitely Taurus – my husband is a Taurus, too, and we are inseparable. What’s your favorite quote? “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean and the drop.” - Rumi Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Private cruise of the Mediterranean – especially the Greek isles. I just adore Santorini, in particular. Favorite fashion era--20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s? Why? Yes – sorry, I love them all for their uniqueness and how each successive era seems to build on a previous era without taking from it. It feels like a microcosm for life, to me.

What’s your theme song? My husband would probably say “Crazy Bitch” by Buckcherry, lol, but for me it’s “Sun is Shining” by Bob Marley. Always makes me think of home.

What is your favorite time of day/ day of the week/month of the year? Breakfast in bed with strong dark coffee and magazines – remember how amazing I said my husband was ;-) Sunday – family day. We always try to unplug from our busy lives and spend time together doing something fun. Definitely December – I LOVE Christmas Last book you read? “Dying to Me” by Anita Moorjani – really amazing story about a woman who had a near death experience, came back, and miraculously healed herself from stage four cancer. Just a really wonderful view of what happens after we die – that it is beautiful and nothing to be afraid of. Anything else you want the readers to know about you. Well, I spent most of my childhood living in the remote Waipio Valley on the Big Island with no electricity, no running water, bathing in the stream and about five pieces of clothing to my name. But my sister and I roamed the valley in the most magical of ways. There really are no words to describe what that was like.


Meet Hair Artist/Stylist Stacey Stochol How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. When I was a little girl, my favorite thing to do was to play with my dolls’ hair. After some unfulfilling office work, I finally made the decision to attend Arrojo Cosmetology School in NYC. After graduating in 2011, I did a 2 year apprenticeship at a top salon in NYC where I had the opportunity to work with and learn from some amazing talent.

Hair Artist or Hair Stylist? Why? Both actually. For me, being a hair artist involves taking initiative...constantly trying and creating new things, pushing yourself outside your comfort zone. But other times, as a hair stylist, you have to listen to and respect your client’s wants, even if deep down inside you’re dying to do something else!!

Three adjectives to describe yourself. Curious, hard working, open minded.

What do you enjoy the most about being a Hair Artist/ Stylist? I love having the opportunity to be creative and make people happy every day. I

Favorite color? Too many good ones to pick a favorite!

What do you not enjoy? The back and shoulder pain...lol.

Other than yourself, favorite hair artist/stylist? Why? I love Sam McKnight. His work is simply amazing. It draws you in and inspires you in every imaginable level. Favorite food/drink? BBQ & margaritas!! What is your idea of perfect happiness? Finding what you love & working on it every day. Your zodiac sign? Aquarius What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Pisces

What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Oribe Dry Texture Spray Last book you read? “Quiet” by Susan Cain Guilty Pleasure? Binge watching tv shows Last show you bingewatched? “Black Mirror” on Netflix... best social commentary on our current use of technology & where we’ll be in the not to distant future...it’s haunting, disturbing & absolutely riveting!!!

Meet Make Up Artist Olya K Tizer How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I had struggled for many years to find my own way to express my creativity and figure out a way to channel it. And it wasn’t until I moved to LA that I discovered makeup artistry through the world of editorial photography and subsequently the film industry. After months and months of soul searching it just hit me one day - this is it! This is what I want to do for the rest of my life. I did lots of research, picked the best school, invested all my money in it and took the risk to pursue this dream of mine. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Imaginative. Intuitive. Inspired. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? I’m just taking one day at a time.

What do you enjoy the most about being a MUA? My favorite thing about being a makeup artist is that I never look at it as work. It’s always been playtime to me. What do you not enjoy about being a MUA? People that don’t brush their teeth. Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? Hung Vanngo. He works very clean and evokes a certain subtle and naturally sexy sensibility in his makeup. Favorite color? Lavender. Favorite food/drink? I can eat Thai green curry and ramen (the good kind) pretty much every single day. What’s your theme song? “Something” by The Beatles.

What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? Norma Jean. What would you create? Marilyn Monroe.

What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/ received? A week in The Bahamas was definitely the best birthday gift so far.

Your zodiac sign? I am a Pisces.

Favorite movie? “Some Like It Hot”

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Last spring I spent a week in The Bahamas and it was magical.

Favorite actor/actress? Rachel McAdams, duh

What make up trend do you love? Strobing.

Guilty Pleasure? Pizza at 1am.

What make up trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Instagram makeup. What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Isopropyl alcohol.

Last book you read? “When You Are Engulfed in Flames” by David Sedaris.

Last show you bingewatched? “Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life.” What is your idea of perfect happiness? Perfect happiness to me is absolute self-acceptance.


Meet Model Savannah Smith How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. Since I was little, I always wanted to model. I have always loved anything that has to do with the arts: drawing, theatre, singing, dancing, but the one thing that I have wanted to do consistently throughout my life was model. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Determined, caring, curious What do you enjoy the most about modeling? I love that you get to be a different person when modeling. When I’m modeling I am able to completely separate from myself from who I really am and become a character for the camera

Speak it into existence. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? In 5 years, I see myself graduating from college, getting my masters in business administration, doing photo shoots, recording music, and doing musical theatre in my free time. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would love to travel to Bora Bora because of the tropical atmosphere. And I’ve always dreamed of going to Hawaii.

“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, ‘I’m possible’!”

What do you not enjoy about modeling? Something I don’t enjoy about modeling is the preconceived notion that most models starve themselves and have an unhealthy relationship with their bodies.

Your zodiac sign? I am a Leo, Lion.

Favorite color? Baby Blue

What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? I admire my parents the most because of their resilience and strength.

Favorite food? My mom’s mac and cheese What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? I would love to model for Chanel, simply because it is classic and it would be an honor. What photographer would you love to shoot with? Why? I’d love to shoot with Brian Berry because his simplistic clean sleek style is appealing. I also love Rankin, his style is so bold and dramatic. And I’d have to include Lindsey Adler. I love her use of space and color.

What do you do when you are not modeling? When I’m not modeling, I’m going to school, writing songs, going to dance class, or hanging out with my friends.

Favorite superhero? Why? My favorite superhero is Batman because he lives a lavish lifestyle but doesn’t get cocky.

What’s your favorite quote? My favorite quote is by Audrey Hepburn “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, ‘I’m possible’!”. What is your favorite body part? My favorite body part is my mind. Favorite movie? My favorite movie is “Perks of Being a Wallflower” Favorite actor/actress? My favorite actor is Johnny Depp and my favorite actress is Audrey Hepburn.

Last book you read? The last book I read was “Oedipus Rex” by Sophocles

What’s your theme song? My theme song is L.O.V.E because its a beautiful song and it was the first song my - Audrey Hepburn mom sang to me and taught me how to sing. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? If I could learn to do anything, it would be to play the harp, because it makes such a pretty sound and you look pretty while doing it! Guilty Pleasure? My guilty pleasure is watching endless makeup and cooking videos on Instagram, Youtube and Netflix. Last show you binge-watched? The last show I binged on was “Chelsea Handler” on Netflix. Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery”? My idea of happiness is being surrounded by people that genuinely love me and that I genuinely love.


Meet Model Kat Monet How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. I got scouted a lot straight out of high school by numerous photographers in Austin, TX. Despite not having model height, I was able to build a great network of photographers and designers around town and work among them. The majority of my work here in L.A. is in commercial television and commercial print work. Three adjectives to describe yourself. I would describe myself as chatty, ambitious, and artistic. I love conversation, learning and sharing perspectives, philosophies, and ideas. I’m a huge collaborator. I always want to get in on what all of my friends are doing creatively and involve them in my own projects. What do you enjoy the most about modeling? What I enjoy most about modeling is embodying and embracing a brand’s sentiment or attitude. I love the versatility. You’re often another person in front of the camera versus who you are in your personal life. What do you do when you are not modeling? When I’m not modeling I’m pursuing my other creative passions and indulging in a lot of hikes, yoga, and physical health obsessed.

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? My five year plan is pretty centered around my music and acting but I always enjoy an occasional shoot and of course collaborating with my friends’ lines and being a part of their passion projects is really fun.

Guilty Pleasure? My guilty pleasure is movie theatre popcorn (without the butter/I’m a salt girl). I am notorious for going to a theatre for popcorn and only the popcorn and then bringing it with me to whatever I’m doing. It’s like a pitstop!

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I’ve been traveling a lot recently and I can’t help but wonder if I’ve already experienced my dream vacation. I took trips to Indonesia, Israel, Tulum, and St. Lucia last summer with friends and they were so dreamy that everyone kept joking that I’d been on several honeymoons. Still, I’m entertaining exploring Iceland’s vast nature and Northern Light views. It’s at the top of my list for my next vacation.

Last show you binge-watched? The last show I binge-watched was Ray Donovan. I have never enjoyed shows with so much violence but there is just something about the character drama that keeps you fully invested.

Your zodiac sign? I’m a Pisces but the rest of my chart is all fire so I’m one part too emotional and the rest all sass.

Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery” My idea of happiness is being able to do what I love, making enough money doing it, traveling, and being healthy in mind, body, and spirit. My idea of misery is doing things merely to get by, having toxic relationships, and being in enclosed spaces for any reason other than flying across the world.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I can’t even choose one thing I’d like to learn to do because I genuinely want to learn to do everything. There isn’t anything that doesn’t interest me enough to want to learn about it. If only we could learn it all!

Last book you read? The last book I read was “We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families”— about the Rwandan Genocide—super light stuff, right?!


Meet Model Bianca Castronovo How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. Well, acting is really where my heart is. I started training about 4 years ago in New York City at the incomparable Rob McCaskill Studios and it changed my life. The classes there taught me so much about myself. It was the first time I really had no choice but to be self aware and was allowed to be vulnerable. Once I started auditioning in New York, modeling work just fell into my lap. I moved to California from New Jersey almost a year ago to pursue a career in Television and Film. I’m almost 22 now, so I try to just stay focused, work hard, and enjoy life. I have a great time modeling when I can and have been especially enjoying lending my hair to the Deva Curl hair care line. You can find me on their curly hair boxes this Holiday Season in Sephora, Ulta, or DevaCurl.com. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Sarcastic. Loving. Passionate. What do you enjoy the most about modeling? Being able to tell a story through an image. What do you not enjoy about modeling? How superficial it can feel sometimes. There is so much more to life than just looking good so when it feels like that’s all that matters at a shoot I get very bored very quickly. Favorite color? Red Favorite food? Dark Chocolate What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? I would love to wear a Zac Posen gown. His silhouettes are so feminine and classy.

What photographer would you love to shoot with? Why? Terry Richardson. His photos are real and badass. Speak it into existence. Where do you see yourself in five years? In five years I will own my own home and be consistently working in films. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? A month long tour around Europe would be AMAZING. Your zodiac sign? Capricorn. Favorite superhero? Why? Superman…always so dreamy. What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? My Granny. She is the epitome of a strong capable women. She's spontaneous, funny and so full of life. Granny takes no bullshit from anyone. It’s hard for me to keep up with her and I love that. What's your favorite quote? "When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I used everything you gave me" -Erma Bombeck What's your theme song? “We’ve Only Just Begun” - The Carpenters What is your favorite body part? My hands. What do you do when you are not modeling? Watch good movies, study my craft, cook, read, and sleep :) Favorite movie? “The Shawshank Redemption”. More currently “Brooklyn”.

Favorite actor/actress? I am forever in love with Marilyn Monroe but I have too many current favorites to choose from. Minnie Driver, Hillary Swank, Viola Davis, Imogen Poots, Saoirse Ronan, Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller… I am so attracted to strong women and I really admire the millennial crowd that is around now. They make me so proud to be a young actor. When I watch their work, I feel like I'm rooting for a close friend. Your idea of "happiness" and/or your idea of "misery"? Happiness is being with people you love and people who love you, laughing, feeling accomplished/ challenged, and always learning new things. Misery to me is settling for a mediocre life because it was easier than pursuing your passion..and eating bad food. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Paint or play the piano. Guilty Pleasure? Watching a cheesy Rom-Com in bed with a good snack. Last show you binge-watched? Gilmore Girls. Last book you read? The Alchemist. Anything else you want the readers to know about you? You can find all my social media handles and more about me at www. BiancaCastronovo.com. Thank you so much for reading!


Meet Fashion Illustrator Zoljargal Enkhbold

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How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. When I was in second grade in Russian school, my teacher gave me an encyclopedia book which had a lot of interesting pictures and illustrations. There was a picture of a woman sitting next to a table that truly captured my eyes. Her hair had beautiful ornaments, and she was wearing a long Victorian dress. From that moment, I discovered that I have a passion for costume design and started drawing. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Active, passionate and hungry for new ideas.

Favorite color? Red. Because it is a strong and vibrant color that commands attention. Favorite food/drink? My favorite is Italian beef sandwich from Portillo’s Hot Dog’s. My favorite drink is peach/jasmine iced tea. What’s your theme song? I am a big music junkie, so my theme songs are vast. For the last couple of months I’ve been listening to II by Axel Thesleff. I would listen to it right before sketching; it gives a vivid image of my desired sketch and a lot of energy.

“Find what you love and let it kill you.”

What person, living What do you enjoy or dead, would you the most about love to share a meal fashion illustration? with? The most joyful My husband. He part of creating is the most loving my illustrations is and caring person I when I’m coloring know and he always - Charles Bukowski makes me laugh. my sketches. After completing a rough sketch, I will start painting with Who are your clients? Do you have a watercolor then I mix it with gouache. favorite one? After mixing the colors on a palette, I work with many different people I then paint the color on paper and such as: designers, bloggers, beauty this is the most satisfying feeling. It brands, fashion photographers, takes a quite long time to paint a commissioners, and models, etc. All whole sketch but the result is always of them are creative, innovative and rewarding to look at. pleasant to work with and I am truly blessed to work with all of them. What do you not enjoy about fashion illustration? What is your idea of perfect The least favorite part of illustrating happiness? would have to be messing up a My idea of perfect happiness is being drawing accidentally and having to grateful for what you have today start over. I try as much as possible and enjoying the moment. You never to make my canvas clean during know what will happen tomorrow, coloring, however, since I use so loving and appreciating people water based mediums on occasions surrounding you and each moment is accidents do happen. truly happiness to me. What item in your studio can you not live without? My computer. I am a mixed media artist and I like to combine many different techniques; computer comes to be essential in my every day work. What’s your favorite quote? “Find what you love and let it kill you.” - Charles Bukowski

Your zodiac sign? Cancer Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? My dream vacation would be to spend a week in Iceland, living in a glass igloo house, observing beauty of northern lights.

Favorite superhero? Why? I like Hit Girl from Kick Ass. She is a mature little girl with amazing skills acquired through hard work with no actual super power. She should be an inspiration for young girls. What was the last picture you took with your phone? The last picture I took with my phone was of my dog. I have a German Shepherd and he is a very adorable and photogenic guy. I like taking his pictures often to remember the happy moments. Favorite movie? I have too many favorite movies. The most favorite movie is Gattaca. The main character’s passion and sacrifice to achieve his dream has always inspired me to pursue my own dream passionately. Favorite actor/actress? I would say Leonardo Di Caprio. I like that he portrays each character in his own way. He makes me believe in his characters. If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? I want to witness people colonizing Mars. Guilty Pleasure? Guilty pleasure: Netflix binge watching with Hagen Daaz ice-cream in my hand. Last show you binge-watched? The Office. Last book you read? Last book I read was Game of Thrones. Anything else you want the readers to know about you? Many of my followers probably don’t know that I have a passion for cooking. I didn’t know how to cook until I was 21 or 22. Once I learned how to cook a few recipes, I developed a huge interest in it and now my favorite activities include cooking. I love trying new recipes and trying out different ethnic food.


“My favorite word is love. I say ‘I love you’ to my loved ones as often as possible. My least favorite word is can’t. I truly believe with hard work and dedication anything is possible. Discipline and structure are an essential part of success no matter what field you are in.”


Snow Angel Photographer Aliona Kuznetsova Stylist Sodgerel Yadamtsoo Seuret Make Up and Hair Artist Elisabeth Péclard 
 Model Sylvia Minkova Location Glassier 3000, Swiss Alps


Meet Model Sylvia Minkova How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. Accidentally I was invited, at the age of 17 years old, to the casting of ‘Miss Bulgaria’ and there were more then 6,000 girls present. The jury chose 20 girls and I was one of them. It was a great and an intensive week of preparations for the competition. These beautiful memories will stay with me for all of my life. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Friendly, peaceful, dreamer What do you enjoy the most about modeling? I enjoy the places, the atmosphere and the moment What do you not enjoy about modeling? None Favorite color? Blue

Favorite food? Bulgarian traditional food What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? Victoria’s Secret! I think it is must be fun to be on a catwalk with big feathers on your back. What photographer would you love to shoot with? Patrick Demarchelier Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Cinque Terre, Italy Your zodiac sign? Aquarius What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? My grandfather, who was a very wise person. We are traveling the same path in life.


What’s your favorite quote? Work like you don’t need the money, love like you’ve never been hurt and dance like no one is watching What’s your theme song? “La Vie en Rose” / Louis Armstrong What is your favorite body part? Face What do you do when you are not modeling? I am a classical musician and I play doublebass Favorite movie? “Hair” Favorite actor/actress? Julia Roberts

Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery”? My perfect idea of happiness is love and music If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Horse riding Guilty Pleasure? Lip balm Last show you binge-watched? Fort Boyard Last book you read? Swiss geography Anything else you want the readers to know about you? Make love, not war.


Meet Photographer Aliona Kuznetsova How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. My photography started as an act of rebellion against my university studies. Now, 9 years later, it is still the thing that makes me feel free. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Curious, passionate, stubborn. What do you enjoy the most about photography? Being able to show all my emotions, but hide the context of them. What do you not enjoy about photography? Business stuff that goes with it. Favorite color? It’s all about combinations. Favorite food/drink? Espresso - strong and hot. What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? Helen of Troy :)

“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” -Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

What country would you love to shoot in? Mongolia (and I did) What is your idea of perfect happiness? Love, work and travel. Your zodiac sign? Sagittarius What’s your theme song? “Sous le ciel de paris” What’s your favorite quote? “If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Lanzarote - the volcanic island (have taken)

If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Peter Lindbergh Favorite movie? “Funny Face” Favorite actor/actress? Ingrid Bergman Favorite superhero? Why? None What is your favorite word? Least favorite? Again, it’s all about combinations. What was the last picture you took with your phone? My phone for me is like a sketchbook for painter or notebook for writer. Last picture interior for my future exhibition. If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? Northern Lights Guilty Pleasure? Chocolate Last show you binge-watched? 4400

Last book you read? Gabriel Garcia Marquez “Eyes of a Blue Dog” Anything else you want the readers to know about you. If you really want to know me - see my works :)


Meet Stylist Sodgerel Yadamtsoo Seuret How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I have always been fascinated by fashion since I was a young girl. I was born and raised in Mongolia. I opened my first boutique in 2006 in Mongolia. Back then, all the prêt-à-porter were imported from China and the exact same products were sold everywhere. That’s where I thought it was necessary to introduce European readymade products to Mongolia. I began to sell clothes in a little shopping center and it constantly got bigger with time. Now I represent 5 well-known brand names: Bally, Fabiana Fillipi, Gerard Darel, Myrine, Parajumpers and Ammann in Mongolia and I own a cashmere boutique in Geneva (Sodgerel Cashemire de Mongolie). I have been able to work in the fashion industry for over 10 years now, thanks to my passion for fashion. I’m living my dream, I’m happy. Three adjectives to describe yourself Social, Persistent, Generous What do you enjoy the most about being a fashion stylist? I love how you must be very creative to do this job. I like to discover and create new looks. What do you not enjoy about being a fashion? The trends change very easily and quickly. I find it very hard to gather all the information about the next season’s trends and adapt my collections depending. Favorite designer? Why? Gabriella Chasnel (Coco Chanel). Because she lived her life true to herself, exactly how she wanted her life to be. Favorite color? White Favorite food/drink? Coffee and meat. What person, living or dead, would you love to style for? I’m sure Kate Middleton would look very fine and classy in my cashmere. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in five years? I’d love to own 3 more cashmere boutiques in Switzerland. What is your idea of perfect happiness? To live fully loved by those who I cherish. To live around my family.

Dream vacation you would like to take? I love spending some time the mountains (or in beautiful nature). Better if there is a good hotel with a spa. What’s your zodiac sign? Cancer What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? I don’t really know. Asking a person I meet their zodiac sign is not what I do normally. I think there are a lot more interesting subjects to talk about. I don’t check my horoscope either. What’s your theme song? Jules Massenet, “Méditation de Thaïs”. It’s beautiful. What fashion trend do you love? Even though I must refer to the trend to be able to prepare my new collections I still love classic style the most. What fashion trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Fake fur, especially coats. Favorite movie? Edith Piaf, biography Favorite actor/actress? Nicolas Cage If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what it would be for? I would like a party with a Great Gatsby theme interpreted by Léonardo Di Caprio. I’m a very romantic person. I could host a big party hoping to see “that one person”. Guilty pleasure? Drinking coffee. I drink liters in a day. I should drink less. Last show you binge-watched? “Castle”, I love watching crime fiction series with my family. Last book you read? “Me before you” and after you by Jojo Moyes Anything else you want the readers to know about you? If fate ever brings you to my lovely country, Mongolia, please come visit us. We’d be glad to welcome you.


Meet Make Up Artist Elisabeth Péclard How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself Before starting to do makeup, I was in a theater prep school. Unfortunately, I was not taken, but I wanted to do something in a creative field. I heard about a makeup school in my area. I attended the school hoping it would help me stay and work in the theater world after. But, strange thing, what was to be a second option for me seemed obvious. I fell in love with makeup and I finally had the chance to express myself in a way I never thought before. Three adjectives to describe yourself. determined/sensitive/creative What do you enjoy the most about being a MUA? When I’m working on a shoot with a creative team, I can express my creativity and realize the make-up ideas I have in my head. What do you not enjoy about being a MUA? When someone tells me that I have to be there just to check if the actor doesn’t shine. It makes me crazy! :O) Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? I have to say that I admire a lot of make-up artists. But I can say, like probably many make-up artists, that Pat McGrath is one of my favorites. She is just amazing. She knows how to highlight the beauty, and in the same time, she is so creative. She is a great artist. What make up trend do you love? Dark tie and dye lips with thick lashes. What make up trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Heavy Contouring.

Speak it into existence. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Travelling for my job all around the world. Working for the most famous photographers, magazines and designers. But it’s a dream :O) Guilty Pleasure? Swiss cheese with a glass of red wine What is your idea of perfect happiness? For me, happiness is to find the balance between my job and my family. And be fulfilled with both. Your zodiac sign? Cancer What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Virgo Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? A world tour where I can: see the bears in Canada; see the Grand Canyon in the USA; fish in Bali; visit the Angkor temples; and eat Thai food. Favorite food/drink? I love to eat thaï food What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? The worst gift I have ever received was McDonald sauces for my 25th birthday. Favorite movie? Walk the Line Favorite actor/actress? Meryl Streep

What product is in your kit that you can not live without? lips and foundation palette from bobby brow

Last book you read? “The Reader on the 6.27” by Jean-Paul Didierlaurent

What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? What would you create? Iris van Herpen. I would love to collaborate with her and create the make-up for her crazy dresses.

What’s your favorite quote? Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass it’s learning how to dance in the rain.


Meet Hair Stylist Elisabeth Péclard How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I started with make-up at first. But I like creativity in general and sometimes, on shoots, they would ask me to do a great makeup look but there was no hairdresser. I was frustrated to work so hard with the make-up and then felt like the final result was not finished. This is the reason why I started to study hair. There is such creativity and I love it! In Switzerland the market is very small. The more you are able to do, the better it is for you. What do you enjoy the most about being a Hair Artist/ Stylist? I like to create crazy looks for photoshoots. Other than yourself, favorite hair stylist? Why? I would love to work and assist artist Sharon Blain. She is so creative. I would like to create crazy looks for fashion shows or photo shoots.

What product is in your kit that you can not live without? My flat iron. I can do every hairstyle with it. What hair trend do you love? I am totally in love with the old Hollywood finger waves trend. It is so glamourous. What hair trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Old women with purple hair, rather than black. What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? The best gift was a weekend in Amsterdam for one of my best friends. What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done? A huge old school bun with loops everywhere like in the old movies.


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