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50 Shades of Red COVER STORY Photographer Alexender Simões Model Marcella Bedeschi Fashion Stylist Jackie Koe Make Up Artist Dunia Ghabour

CONTRIBUTORS Joelle Andrea Kirill Buryak
 Yuti Chang Elisabeth Dubrovskaya Alexey Dulin Arsenii Gerasymenko Mohit Gour Pamela Hope Kerri Jean Xingni Kilby Carlos Methfessel David Montero Jun Park Lesley Pedraza Max Solve Robert J. Undi


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THE PAST 50 Shades of Red COVER STORY Photographer Alexender Simões Model Marcella Bedeschi Fashion Stylist Jackie Koe Make Up Artist Dunia Ghabour

CONTRIBUTORS Kirill Buryak Joelle Andrea Yuti Chang Alexey Dulin Pamela Hope Kerri Jean Xingni Kilby Jun Park Lesley Pedraza Max Solve

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SALYSÉ Volume 3: Number 5

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50 Shades of Red

COVER STORY Photographer Kirill Buryak Hair & Make Up Artist Eugeniya Lomeyko Model Eva Villalobos

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Elisabeth Dubrovskaya Arsenii Gerasymenko Mohit Gour Carlos Methfessel David Montero Jun Park Alexender Simões Robert J. Undi


SALYSÉ Magazine is a photography magazine, featuring beauty, fashion, and conceptual art editorials. We do not seek to define beauty with one narrow idea, but with myriad viewpoints Vintage is right next to emerging designers, who are right next to established designers. We are looking for creatives who push the envelope, take chances, and disregard the status quo. SALYSÉ Magazine is about sophistication, authenticity, with a touch of eccentricity. ---------FOLLOW https://instagram.com/salysemagazine/ LIKE https://www.facebook.com/salysemagazine SUBSCRIBE http://issuu.com/salysemagazine PURCHASE http://www.magcloud.com ---------Not just a magazine— a movement!

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Letter from the Editor Dear Salysians, Red. February 14th. Valentine’s Day. The day of love. But wouldn’t it be such a better world if we expressed that love on the other 364 days of the year? I am finding it incredibly difficult to write about “LOVE”, when I am greatly troubled by the hate I see emanating from the highest office in the United States. So, in these tough times, I hope SALYSÉ can bring a little love, a little sunshine, and a little joy into your world. As always, I hope you enjoy your escape. Hugs and Love, Sonya Alyse Lawyer SALYSÉ, Founder and Editor in Chief

AN UNMASKING Photographer: Kirill Buryak
 Model: Eva Villalobos Hair & Make Up Artist: Eugeniya Lomeyko Mask Designer: Eugeniya Lomeyko Retoucher: Lesya Kostiv

--------A few quotes that have been on my mind since January 20th: Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. -Martin Luther King, Jr. In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. -Martin Luther King, Jr. Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. -Martin Luther King, Jr. The moral arc of the universe bends at the elbow of justice. -Martin Luther King, Jr. Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness. -Martin Luther King, Jr. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality. -Martin Luther King, Jr. ----------

UNTAMED INNOCENCE Photographer: Alexender Simões Model: Marcella Marques | BMG Hair & Make Up Artist: Dunia Ghabour Fashion Stylist: Jackie Koenig First Assistant: Carlos Avilla Second Assistant/Digital Tech: Annelise Sforza Third Assistant: Ashley Aredes


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Meet Photographer Kirill Buryak How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. I first learned to appreciate film photography as a kid, in my family’s darkroom in Ukraine, while developing B&W photographs with my dad. I have been doing photography ever since, trying my hand in various genres. I was tapped to do an installation of celebrity chef’s “hall of fame” that have spoken at the Google campus - that was the genesis of my interest in portraiture photography. In the last few years I’m focusing on portrait, editorial fashion & beauty photography. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Obsessive. Innovative. Meticulous What do you enjoy the most about photography? That moment right before the click, with your finger on the shutter, when you want to stop time completely, because every frame, every millisecond of it is absolutely beautiful. What do you not enjoy about photography? The fact that photography is a “Death By A Thousand Cuts” type of art - any of the million little details going wrong can ruin the final product.

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Being in perfect state of flow, doing what you love, while time is standing still. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I’m on my dream vacation right now as I’m writing this on beautiful Maui. What country would you love to shoot in? French Polynesia If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Paolo Roversi, absolutely LOVE his style

“When you photograph a face. . .you photograph the soul behind it.” -Jean-Luc Godard

Favorite color? Garnet Red Favorite food/drink? Branzino / a perfectly crafted cortado What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? Coco Rocha - the master of a 1000 poses! Your zodiac sign? Taurus What’s your favorite quote? “When you photograph a face . . .you photograph the soul behind it.” (Jean-Luc Godard)

Favorite movie? Most recently, The Dressmaker Favorite actor/actress? Cate Blanchett - a master of transformation! What is your favorite word? Double-take Least favorite word? I’m allergic to “should” :) What was the last picture you took with your phone? Of a beautiful sunset over Wailea, Maui

If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? The filming of Citizen Kane Guilty Pleasure? Instagram Last show you binge-watched? Stranger Things on Netflix Last book you read? The Whistler by John Grisham Anything else you want the readers to know about you. You can see more of my work at www.kirillburyak.com

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Meet Model Eva Villalobos How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. I loved fashion and supermodels as a teenager, but as I got older I didn’t feel it was healthy to be held to supermodel standards of weight, plus I’m a few inches too short. I didn’t know about other genres of modeling until a coworker at Starbucks showed me some of her art modeling work. It was really cool how she was transformed into something completely different from who I knew her to be. I made an account on Model Mayhem and went from there. At the same time, I moved to Hawaii to volunteer on organic farms - which is a passion of mine. So, every so often, I’d have the opportunity to collaborate with artists and photographers, and I built my portfolio. I enjoyed being creative with my body. I saw that other freelance models were using their work to travel and go on “tours”, so to speak, and I decided to do that as well. I try to balance my work life with time spent in nature as well as museums to “refill the cup” of my inspiration.

Your zodiac sign? Pisces

Three adjectives to describe yourself. Contemplative, earthy, dancer.

What do you do when you are not modeling? I love to garden, dance, hike, camp, explore cities with unique architecture, go to museums, ride bikes. Exploring in general. Oh and yoga, I love love love yoga and studying various wisdom traditions. Comparative mythology is my jam.

What do you enjoy the most about modeling? I love traveling and collaborating with talented creatives. What do you not enjoy about modeling? As with any job, not everyone is easy to work with. I dislike when when people are flakey or act unprofessionally. Favorite color? Purple Favorite food? Brussels sprouts What designer would you love to model/walk for?Why? I could have answered this question much more easily ten years ago, but I haven’t kept up with that kind of stuff lately. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? Healthily balanced between world travel/philanthropy and gardening at home/building local sustainable community. Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would love to return to Bali, ride bicycles through the rice paddies, bask in the glory of all those temples, and eat a lot of great food.

Favorite superhero? Why? I’m not big into superheroes, but if I had a super power it’d be flight. What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? My teacher, Gurmukh. She is the embodiment of radiance and inspires me to serve others. What’s your theme song? This is incredibly hard to answer because I listen to so many genres of music, but, at the moment it’s Rogue Bagel by Ott. What is your favorite body part? Legs

Favorite movie? Amelie? Moulin Rouge? Samsara? Hard to say. Favorite actor/actress? Currently, Meryl Streep Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery”? Dancing regularly, yoga highs, delicious healthy food with good people, a good balance of nature and city life. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Tango dancing Guilty Pleasure? I’m not guilty about my pleasures. Last show you binge-watched? Downton Abbey Last book you read? Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clara Pinkola Estes

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Meet Make Up Artist Eugeniya Lomeyko

How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. Got bored with office life and decided to try something more dynamic. Three adjectives to describe yourself. dedicated, friendly, modest What do you enjoy the most about being a HMUA? See appearance transformation and happy faces Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? Alex Box, Pat McGrath, Moises Ramirez, Hung Vanngo Favorite color? Green What or who inspires you? Life

If you could have anyone be your mentor in the industry, who would it be? Alex Box Your zodiac sign? Taurus What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Capricorn Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? Great Britain via Japan What’s your favorite quote? Sometimes it is worth it to stop looking for happiness, and just be happy. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Wake up with a smile

What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/received? 15 pound weight What make up trend do you love? Healthy looking Skin What hair trend do you love? Beachy Waves What product is in your kit that you can not live without? Concealer Favorite movie? Amelie Last book you read? The Suitcase by Dovlatov Sergey Guilty Pleasure? Eating Ice cream at night

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ALIEN Photographer Max Solve Model Ivy Make Up Artist Julie Kvi

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EYELINER Photographer Carlos Methfessel Model Olga Grebennikowa

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Hair and Make Up Artist Tanja Schuster Retoucher Olga Grebennikowa


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SPARKLE Photographer Jun Park Model Sophie Olszak Make Up Artist Jiyeon Kim

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Lost Love Photographer Joelle Andrea Model Celeste Traxler Hair & Make Up Artist Yevgeniya Lomeyko

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Clawing at Love Photographer Robert J. Undi Nail Artist Celine Cumming Make Up Artist Lauren Manista Models Delanie Dischert

True Model Management NYC Click Models of Philadelphia Inc. Otto Models of LA/OC HRI Talent Agency of LA

Jenna Fetzer Brandon Gieseler Wilhemina Philadelphia

Greta Karr Stephanie Pham Bradley Rozmarynoski

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Santander Photographer David Montero Model Rebeca Traspaderne Badia Make Up Artist William de Freitas Hair Stylist Guillermo del Carmen Fashion Stylist Berta Oporto Location Santander, Cantabria Thanks to: de la ceca a la meca

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SUIT UP Photographer Xingni Kilby Fashion Stylist Keri Henderson Models Anna Semenova | T H E Artist Agency Rebekah Lewis Hair Stylist Sarah Khan Make Up Artists Sarah Khan Yanick-Nikita Lunford

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Gold Boundless Choker: Made by Malyia Gold Permanence Necklace: Made by Malyia.


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Theory Blazer: Instant Vintage 78 Dolce & Gabbana Ankle Pants: Instant Vintage 78 Suspenders: Express.


Vintage Armani Collezioni Windowpane Blazer: Instant Vintage 78; Vintage Album by Kenzo Tweed Pants: Instant Vintage 78; Red Belt: Instant Vintage 78; Alicia Bow Blouse: Instant Vintage 78; Metallic Oxfords: Louise et Cie.

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Vintage Armani Collezioni Pinstriped Suit: Instant Vintage 78; Short Sleeve Bow Blouse: Express; Belt: Banana Republic.

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Lady in Red Photographer Kerri Jean

Model Madison Scroggin Make Up Artist Julie Powers Hair Stylist Chie Sharp Wardrobe Stylist Alexis Wardrobe Badgley Mischka Jill Jill Stuart

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Chocolate Sundae Photographer Jun Park Model Cheyenne Bailey | MSA Models Wardrobe Stylist Nyasia Rudolph Hair & Make Up Artist Iris Kim Assistant WonJun Choi

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OLMAYA Photographer Elisabeth Dubrovskaya Models Liel Reinfeld Rebecca Shain Agent for Liel Reinfeld Yearit lazar Producer and Stylist Katy Taurel Hair and Makeup Katy Taurel Dress Designer Michal Taylor Jewelry Designer Shapola by Lilach Moses Flowers Mookie Cohen Location Olmaya | Jerusalem

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Bookshop Photographer Lesley Pedraza Model Jacqueline Depaul Make Up Artist Melody Jae Hair Stylist Seaane Chin-Hoyt

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Meet the CREATIVE TEAM MEET MODEL Jacqueline DePaul Jacqueline DePaul, a Los Angeles model and fashion blogger as well as humanitarian activist, holds a degree in Physics and works as a technology consultant. Jacqueline created our new editorial to explore reflections in time away from the usual routine. Jacqueline is the founder of the fashion collaboration blog Yellow Brick Runway and a humanitarian supporting programs for literacy, drug rehabilitation, criminal reform, the environment, and human rights. She especially seeks to raise awareness of the need for professional women to find creative expression as a way to bring balance and fulfillment to their busy lives. MEET DESIGNER Sarmy Reyes From Los Angeles, Sarmy Reyes has vision, perception, imagination, determination, creativity, and the passion to succeed as a fashion designer and in millinery. High fashion and couture is his spirit and fixation. With years in the industry, Sarmy Reyes is experienced to do anything from under garments to night gowns to couture accessories and designs. MEET DESIGNER Gordana Gehlhausen Originally from former Yugoslavia, she grew up in a small Serbian Village in Bosnia. Always very creative, she managed to dress completely different from everyone else. She knitted her first sweater at age seven. Life took more unexpected turns as she moved to the United States and settled in Atlanta, Georgia. It was there she started to fine-tune her designing skills by creating a children’s clothing line. From there she moved to Charleston, South Caroling where she opened her first GOGA boutique. Recently, her newest shops have been opened in downtown San Diego and Santa Monica, California. Gordana was 156 one of the contestants on the sixth season of Project Runway and Project SALYSÉ FEB Runway All-Stars. 2017

ABOUT THE COLLABORATION Jacqueline Depaul together with photographer Lesley Pedraza created this modified neo-Victorian set of images to explore the idea of escapism, where the boundaries of fashion are slightly blurred. Jacqueline and her surroundings have provided designers Sarmy Reyes and Gordana Gehlhausen a foundation on which to present the elements of their Victorian-inspired style with an edge. Recent television shows such as Penny Dreadful and The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, both set in Victorian times, highlight female protagonists sporting gothic Victorian looks with an edge, reigniting and inspiring an interest in Victorian fashion for the modern day. Or, this setting may hold a hint of where Harry Potter’s leading ladies like to spend their time, properly dressed in flirty intelligent styles. Jacqueline interprets the runes of fashion while the wizard behind the camera, photographer Lesley Pedraza, captures these illusions among the reading nooks of an enchanted book depository. The romance of the19th century’s British Victorian era garb never ceases to inspire, with its lonely but glamorous feel. This collection is a fusion of faux-Victorian style and classic vintage style along with a splash of art nouveau designs. To enhance the dreamy aspect of being transported to a new world, Jacqueline embodies the beauty and timelessness of style while making them a reality.

ABOUT THE LOCATION The Last Bookstore is California’s largest used and new book and record store. Currently in its third incarnation, it began in 2005 in a downtown Los Angeles loft. That’s when owner Josh Spencer took his decade of experience selling everything from cars to clothes online and focused instead on his first love: books. During the revitalization of downtown Los Angeles, it grew quickly to its current 22,000 sq. ft. space in the Spring Arts Tower at 5th & Spring. The name was chosen with irony, but seems more appropriate with each passing day as physical bookstores die out like dinosaurs from the meteoric impact of Amazon and e-books. They continue to BUY, SELL, and TRADE like they have from day one. In addition to over 250,000 new and used books on two floors, including their new Arts & Rare Book Annex, the shared space includes tens of thousands of vinyl records and graphic novels, a huge mezzanine level that includes the Labyrinth Above the Last Bookstore, Gather Yarn Shop, and the Spring Arts Collective gallery shops. Truly something for everyone! Over time, it has become one of the largest independent bookstores in the world still standing. They continue to be amazed at their longevity, but it’s ALL thanks to people who want to keep actual books and records existing in the world. Join the cause — visit The Last Bookstore soon!


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Meet Stylist Jackie Koe How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. As a fashion blogger focusing on NYC streetwear. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Eager, Brave and Happy What do you enjoy the most about being a fashion stylist? Interacting with clients and making clients feel beautiful. What do you not enjoy about being a fashion stylist? Extremely physical work.

“There are two types of women. Women who want power in bed and women who want power in the world.”

-Jackie Kennedy

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I just went to St. Barts, loved it! What’s your theme song? Rocky. What fashion trend do you love? The 90’s choker What fashion trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? Capri Pants

Favorite designer? Why? Helmut Lang – Quality and modern. Favorite color? Pink – bright, loud and happy.

Favorite movie? Overboard

Favorite food/drink? Sushi/diet coke.

Favorite actor/actress? Goldie Hawn

What person, living or dead, would you love to style for? What would you do? Marilyn Monroe – I would put her in a pantsuit.

Guilty Pleasure? Cheesecake

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? Dressing for a major award ceremony with my own styling team.

If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what would it be for? My wedding for myself. Glamorous and huge.

Last show you binge-watched? Mad Men Last book you read? Girl Boss

What is your idea of perfect happiness? Giving back to those in need.

Best gift you received or have given? Rose gold head phones.

Your zodiac sign? Sagittarius

Anything else you want the readers to know about you. Jackie Koe Stylist is a team of personal stylists focused on relationships with our clients developing looks for daily wear, special events, red carpets, bridal and menswear. We also style for editorials and tests.

What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? Leo What’s your favorite quote? “There are two types of women. Women who want power in bed and women who want power in the world.” -Jackie Kennedy

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Meet Model Marcella Bedeschi How did you get started modeling? Tell us about yourself. I went to an industry network event and got discovered by BMG New York. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Adventurous, courageous, and compassionate.

“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.”

- Maya Angelou

What do you enjoy the most about modeling? The new experiences. What do you not enjoy about modeling? Sometimes not being able to go to shoots because of crazy hours Favorite color? Maroon Favorite food? Sushi What designer would you love to model/walk for? Why? Oscar de la Renta, because I like his elegant style. What photographer would you love to shoot with? Why? I would like to shoot with Steve Meisel because I love his urban modern style. Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? I would like to see myself in a VOGUE magazine.

What’s your theme song? Mercy What is your favorite body part? My eyes. What person, living or dead, do you admire the most? Why? Michelle Obama because she stands for women’s rights and empowerment. What do you do when you are not modeling? I volunteer and go to school. Favorite movie? Me Before You Favorite actor/actress? Jennifer Shrader Lawrence Your idea of “happiness” and/or your idea of “misery”? Seeing all the goals I have accomplished. Being away from my family If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I would learn to sing. Guilty Pleasure? Nutella Last show you binge-watched? Grey’s Anatomy Last book you read? Fahrenheit 451 Anything else you want the readers to know about you? When I have a photo shoot I can’t wait to get in front of the camera and do my job.

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I went to Rio a year ago. Your zodiac sign? Leo Favorite superhero? Why? I love Wonder Woman because she is one of the first female superheroes. What’s your favorite quote? “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.”

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Meet Hair & Make Up Artist Dunia Ghabour How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself I grew up in South America Brazil and moved to New York in 1999. I was constantly exposed to beauty living in Brazil. In our culture, women want to be beautiful but look natural. This attracted me to learn about the beauty industry. In 2005, I took my first makeup class in NYC and began freelancing as a beauty advisor. I was offered the opportunity to participate in NYFW in 2006, and soon after, started to work on fashion and editorial shoots. Although I began my career as a make up artist, I always had a deep appreciation for hair stylists and the work they create. I started to fall in love with hairstyling a few years ago when I attended Cinema Makeup School in LA. I’ve studied the history of hair and techniques and I was able to expand my creativity ever since. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Passionate, creative and determined Favorite color? Fresh Plum Your zodiac sign? Virgo What zodiac sign do you get along with the most? I don’t follow the zodiac but I believe in kindness, friendship, smiling, making connections and respect. What’s your theme song? Garota de Ipanema

What’s your favorite quote? I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart.” -Vincent Van Gogh What do you enjoy the most about being a MUA? Being a makeup artist is not only exciting but also challenging. Enhancing someone’s beauty, the ability to give them confidence, transform characters, tell their story through the art of makeup gives me great satisfaction. What do you not enjoy about being a MUA? There is nothing I don’t enjoy about being a makeup artist as there is always a new challenge. Other than yourself, favorite make up artist? Why? Kevyn Aucoin. He was innovative and had the power to truly transform a face and loved to celebrate individuality and really knew how to bring out the inner beauty in each individual’s face. Hair Artist or Hair Stylist? Why? Hair Artist because you put feelings and emotions and can magically transform a person into a new look. What do you enjoy the most about being a Hair Artist? Not knowing what tomorrow will bring. The excitement and the spontaneity of the moment. What do you not enjoy about being a Hair Artist? Losing hair combs between jobs. Other than yourself, favorite hair artist/stylist? Why? Sam McKnight because he is one of the most well respected hairstylists of his generation. I really admire his ability to reinvent hairstyles and periods with a fresher eye.


What person, living or dead, would you love to work with? Helmut Newton he has such extensive and timeless work. He revolutionized fashion in his own way through images of strong, elegant, powerful, sensual women. I would want to create a book series with makeup inspired in the 60’s.

Speak it into existence, where do you see yourself in 5 years? As an artist my career is a continuous journey. I would like to have the opportunity to be a creative director for a major cosmetic line. Collaborate with other artists in the fashion industry, advertising campaigns, create extreme and inspired editorial shoots for the world’s biggest houses of publications.

What make up trend do you love? The 60’s makeup all about the dramatic liner, mile-high falsies, and pale lips, cut creased and enhanced lashes.

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? New Zealand because of it’s natural beauty and remarkable volcanos, geothermal pools, glaciers, geysers, white sand beaches and much more.

What make up trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? The lip liner mid-match, bronzer overload all year round and extreme contouring. What hair trend do you love? The 40’s hair. The Peek-a-Boo bang Veronica Lake, retro hairstyles and vintage curls. What hair trend do you wish would die a slow, painful death? The 80’s permed teased and crimped to the max. What product is in your kit that you can not live without? For makeup: My Viseart eyeshadow Palettes! I like to use as counter, brows, eyeshadow and highlighter. It enhances the skin’s natural youthfulness For hair: Mason Pearson Junior Hair Brush Last show you binge-watched? FaceOff What is your idea of perfect happiness? Living every minute with love, grace and gratitude Guilty Pleasure? Wine. Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir

Favorite food/drink? Churrasco a Brazilian BBQ What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever given/ received? A boys bike for my 10th birthday. Favorite movie? Sunset Boulevard Favorite actor/actress? Audrey Hepburn Last book you read? Tim Maia’s Biography What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done? Besides leaving my family in Brazil in 1999 and moving to NY, going through major back surgery in 2012 forced me to put my career aside for a few years to recuperate. Learning to walk again was a long and painful process. Anything else you want the readers to know about you. 183 I’m the Brazilian that doesn’t drink coffee. SALYSÉ FEB 2017


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Meet Photographer Alexender Simões How did you get started? Tell us a little about yourself. My friend Bryan Cedeño took photos for bands and I was so interested in what he was doing and wanted to do what he did; and the rest is history. I didn’t even know how to hold a camera, and didn’t care what camera I got. I just wanted to photograph everything around me. Three adjectives to describe yourself. Quaint, Quirky, Obscure What do you enjoy the most about photography? The never ending power of being creative. What do you not enjoy about photography? The thoughts of, “Are you good enough?” / “Am I doing it right?” / “Why does this take so long?” -mentality that comes and goes. Favorite color? Black Favorite food/drink? Beer and Brazilian food. What person, living or dead, would you love to photograph? Aubrey Graham (Drake), Millie Brown from Stranger Things, Miguel Falabella, a Brazilian actor. What country would you love to shoot in? Abu Dhabi What is your idea of perfect happiness? Goals achieved, drinking a nice glass of wine and having family over the house. Your zodiac sign? Capricorn What’s your favorite quote? “Are you ready to work hard for it? How badly do you want this?” –Anonymous “Decisions, decide your destiny.” –Cíntia Oliveira

If you had the opportunity to meet any photographer, living or dead, who would it be? Richard Avedon What’s your theme song? Requiem 1, Dies irae, Libera me conducted by Giuseppe Verdi Favorite movie? Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar Favorite actor/actress? Christopher Walken and Anne Hathaway Favorite superhero? Why? Batman. Rich guy. Wears all black. No super powers. Straight raw kung-fu action on bad guys. What is your favorite word? Least favorite? Favorite word: Avant-garde. Least favorite: You can’t do it (not a word but wanted to throw that in there.) What was the last picture you took with your phone? Adult Men diapers size XL as joke to send it to my girlfriend. If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? The Big Bang the whole creation of it all. Guilty Pleasure? Pizza Rolls Last show you binge-watched? Stranger Things and The Get Down on Netflix Last book you read? The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón Anything else you want the readers to know about you. I am wanting to pursue more with my craft and meet more amazing people in the industry. I am humbled by the individuals who appreciate my work.

Dream vacation you would like to take (or have taken)? I would love to go to Fiji.

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Editorial Calendar for 2017 The Black Issue Volume 3 : Number 1 Submissions due by December 15th, 2016 Issue published January 1st

The Travel Issue Volume 3 : Number 7 Submissions due by June 15, 2017 Issue published July 1st

50 Shades of Red Volume 3 : Number 2 Submissions due by January 15, 2017 Issue published February 1st

The Swimsuit Issue Volume 3 : Number 8 Submissions due by July 15, 2017 Issue published August 1st

The Beauty Issue Volume 3 : Number 3 Submissions due by February 15, 2017 Issue published March 1st

The Men’s Fashion Issue Volume 3 : Number 9 Submissions due by August 15, 2017 Issue published September 1st

Spring Has Sprung (Spring Fashion) Volume 3 : Number 4 Submissions due by March 15, 2017 Issue published April 1st

Avant Garde Fashion Volume 3 : Number 10 Submissions due by September 15, 2017 Issue published October 1st

Lovely in Lace Volume 3 : Number 5 Submissions due by April 15, 2017 Issue published May 1st

The Denim Issue Volume 3 : Number 11 Submissions due by October 15, 2017 Issue published November 1st

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SALYSÉ Volume 3: Number 7

February 2017

SALYSÉ Magazine | Vol 3: No 7 | February 2107 |  

A Fashion, Beauty, and Conceptual Art Photography Magazine.

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