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MARCH - APRIL 2014 no. XXXVI GROOMING & BEAUTY

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046 Mane ~ Corina Marie Howell 052 Scandinavian Purity

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056 Shan Shui ~ Sam Hofman 062 PhiLab

064 Axiom For Men

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078 High Line - Fashion High ~ Frank Louis 086 Reconciliation ~ Wayne Calabrese 098 A Day In The Life ~ Dhrumil Desai 110 Books

photography KENNETH KOON KennetKoon.com creative director DJAK AZRAN SomeFrenchGuy.com model GREGORY BROOME facebook.com/Broome.Gregory Fade/Beard cut & groomed Dave Martinez at Old Glory Barbershop & Tattoo OldGloryBarberShop.com

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After more than 20 years of working in styling and creative direction for fashion and commercial clients, Toronto-based Kenneth Koon moved behind the camera in 2008. He has since established himself as an in-demand photographer with a distinctive vision—one that most often finds its expression through his ongoing exploration of the male body. Drawn from the communities of Canadian and American cities, the men that he shoots reflect a mixture of confidence and passion, strength and sensuality, captured in bold images whose technical assurance and dark beauty provide the foundation for their power.

Frank Louis quit his high paying and successful corporate job to pursue his life long passion for photography. “At some point you realize enough is enough; life is too short and you have to follow your dream”. He continues “Walking away from financial security into the abyss of freelance photography was very scary but the best thing I ever did.” He currently works for the top modeling agencies as well as the best hairstylists in NYC and his work has appeared in many magazines. His inspiration comes from fashion and music. He resides in the West Village of NYC with his husband of 24 years.

I am a native of Connecticut, who works out of a renovated early 20th century barn in Upstate NY, and spends a good part of my time working in LA. Being on both coasts gives me a unique perspective of the people I photograph and connect with. The hustle & diversity of NY and the serenity & energy of LA have inspired my latest work. Being from NY has created a unique work ethnic, one of passion, and discipline. Los Angles on the other hand has become my Muse, whispering in my ear, “time to play”. The allure of the desert, the sea, the light, the history, along with it’s beautiful people, combine for a cocktail of delight.

Raen Badua is a fashion photographer and a graphic designer who is currently based in New York City. After serving the US Army for six years, he decided to pursue his dream as a Graphic Designer at the International Academy of Design & Technology in Las Vegas, NV. He worked for Hearst Magazine’s Studio D as a studio intern and at Seventeen Magazine as a design intern. His works have not only been published here in the United States, such us in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York, but internationally as well, such as in the Philippines, Dubai, Berlin, London, and Italy.

His work has been seen in solo exhibitions in Ottawa and Montreal and group shows in New York City and Toronto. He is currently working on a solo exhibit in Chicago. His work and creative process is the subject of Through the Lens of inkedkenny, a 2012 documentary short by German directors Denize Galiao and Marie Elisa Scheidt. Produced in partnership with the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München and Canada’s L’institut national de l’image et du son, the film has been widely showcased on the European festival circuit.

Several personal projects have been born in LA. One that is an ongoing is my “Seeing Red” project. This project explores the varied personalities, myths, and cultural pre-conceptions of redheads. The fashion in these images are reminiscent of the Bohemian culture, romantic and free, but unique to each woman.


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hey say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, which means that different people possess different standards of beauty and that not everyone agrees on who and what is beautiful and who or what is not. With that said, you may not agree with what we consider beauty and we welcome that.

“Oh! not handsome—not at all handsome. I thought him very plain at first, but I do not think him so plain now. One does not, you know, after a time.” ~ JANE AUSTEN “A peaceful world is only the world of handsome guys and beautiful ladies.” ~ M.F. MOONZAJER “This bastard was in a selfhelp program? For what? Square-jawed, cleft-chin sufferers? Handsome Bastards Anonymous?” ~ SUSAN JUBY “A woman whose smile is open and whose expression is glad has a kind of beauty no matter what she wears.” ~ ANNE ROIPHE

In our March - April edition of Satellite, we featured some amazing well known and new up and coming photographers. With new and interesting beauty and grooming products from all offer the world along side our music and art features. We hope you enjoy this exciting issue.

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heir products are not individual artistic masterpieces as much as they are marvels of modern engineering. It’s this science of style that makes Bison products dependable keepsakes that look as great as they last. Bison products are proudly designed, sourced and handcrafted in the USA. Materials are chosen based on specific product criteria. Measurements are exact. Manufacturing is by hand. Every product is examined and inspected before it receives our stamp of approval. Every Bison product is constructed of only the highest quality leathers, each chosen for their rich luster and

natural strength. They use no plastic, rubber, glue or lining. With regular use and proper care, you’ll find Bison products only get better with age - because they really are designed for life. Bison + Max Spencer Straight Razor is designed and crafted in collaboration with renowned artisan of custom straight razors, Max Sprecher. We have created this masterpiece straight razor to be a special heirloom for your consideration. This signature razor features a full-sized 8/8” 1/4 hollow ground blade indented to last several lifetimes. The blade is forged from 01 carbon steel which has a Rockwell hardness of 63. This gives the blade a hardness

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that is favorable for honing a sharp and long-lasting cutting edge. The scales (handle) of the razor are constructed of ultra high density carbon fiber uni plate. They will never rot or warp over time. Uni plate is an uncommon form of carbon fiber and has a lustrous appearance reminiscent of wood grain. To compliment this design, the wedge of the razor is made out of a banded faux Ivory recon stone. The razor has a mass of 75 grams and the density of the carbon fiber scales provides a suitable counter-balance to the full-sized blade. While quite hefty, the razor is well balanced and comfortable to hold in various shaving grips.

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abeau is the result of Belgiumbased designer Nicole Brock’s analysis of the daily beauty routine. Composed of 3D volumes and materials and connected with hidden magnets, Tabeau allows the dressing table to perform the beauty regime whilst storing personal belongings. The portable suitcase can be easily detached, which is perfect for ladies or gentlemen. By offering numerous arrangements, the versatile design encourages women to add their own personal touch. With a minimalist and contemporary approach, the designer speaks an essential language that cleverly integrates aesthetic design with functionally. Organizes four volumes on a frame using hidden magnets. A portable suitcase fits in one of three storage units. The functional stand can be set horizontally or vertically for a choice of two different heights. NicoleBrock.be

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Obsessed with Giorgio Moroder’s blend of disco and epic dark atmospheres, Salt Ashes first sprang to attention with her cover of Depeche Mode’s ‘Black Celebration’. Salt Ashes has spent the past year honing her own songs in the studio, creating her signature electronic grooves, and drawing influence from artists as diverse as Madonna, Kate Bush, Daft Punk and MIA. SaltAshes.com

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which combines absolute glamour with a distinct point of view on practicality. “I believe that hair should look amazing in the real world, not just for the time when one is in the salon. It’s not helpful to create an amazing look which only lasts for a moment, or which only exists in photos. I believe that hair should look good long after the client has left the salon. I obsess about technique so my clients don’t have to. My philosophy is about being practical, about showing clients how to have beautiful hair even when I won’t be there with them.” - says David. The David Mallett salon is an extension of his personal philosophy. It is both ultra-luxurious and incredibly relaxed – a vast 17th Century apartment which offers the perfect environment for exceptional consultation, styling and attention. It is more about being private than about being exclusive. In July 2010, after 3 years of painstaking research, David will be launching a hair serum which has been developed with an intimate understanding of the needs of his clients. Unlike all other serums on the marketplace, the product is not just to correct damage, but to enhance styling. In keeping with the David Mallett philosophy, it is also incredibly easy to use. David-Mallett.com

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n 2012 founders Eric Bandholz, Lindsey Reinders and Jeremy McGee were tired of beards being left to kitschy, cheap products. They felt these items are the reason many people think that beards are a fad. Beardbrand wants to bring high quality products for beardsmen. Their grooming products use natural products and they want their customers to have a positive experience with their beards - crappy products don’t help in that regard. In addition to providing great products and service, Beardbrand want to change the way society looks at beardsmen. There are still organizations who require men to shave, and there is negative terminology used towards beardsmen that still lingers in our culture. For instance, the term “clean-shaven” should be “completely-shaven” or “beardless.” These changes take time, but progress is being made. Recently Disney eased their policy on beards and other companies are joining suit. they can’t do this alone, and they need you to help them change society. Connect with them by joining their mailing list and most importantly - beard on! Beardbrand.com p.

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and Bjørn, the first industrial design drawing office in Denmark (1954–1959). His professional relationship with Bang & Olufsen (B&O) began in 1965 and continued until 1991, where he functioned as designer and strategy advisor. Jensen is credited with developing the B&O form language which is still used today. Many of Jensen’s designs have found homes in permanent design collections at museums around the world. Since 1958 Jensen has worked out of his own independent drawing office, which moved to its present location in central Jutland in 1962. The company is now run by Timothy Jacob Jensen with Jensen working as a senior advisor. Scandinavian Purity products are of unique Scandinavian design, but they are more than that. They are also affordable. The soap dispensers come in four distinct fragrances and colors. White; with delicate notes of freesia, jasmine, leaf and ozonic green. Black; with delicate notes of rose, cinnamon and vanilla. Gray; with delicate notes of jasmine, white lily and precious woods. Red (pictured); with delicate notes of magnolia, peony and sandalwood. ScandinavianPurity.com

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n 1957, Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffmann set out to create a new sans-serif typeface for the Swiss design market. Their goal: to create a highly legible and completely neutral expression of the Modernist design movement to which they belonged. This typeface was to have no intrinsic meaning, allowing the content to convey the message. Helvetica has gone on to become arguably the most ubiquitous and widely used typeface in history. It is in this spirit that Meg Paradise and Faun Chapin, Guts & Glory, a creative collective based in Oakland, California, have created the ultimate Modernist perfume – a scent distilled down to only the purest and most essential elements to allow you, the content, to convey your message with the utmost clarity. Each bottle is numbered and in limited edition product from Yes, this is actually real, it is not a concept piece. It is an expertly produced object available for purchase and perfect for gifting. With 24k gold printing on bottle. Typeset in Helvetica Bold, of course.Letterpressed exterior packaging in wich contains 2 oz of distilled water, yes, water. When we’re not developing our own products we build brands that are rooted in simple but big ideas, driven by strategic storytelling and obsessively crafted in execution.. HelveticaThePerfume.com p.

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he Greek letter Φ [Phi] stands for the divine proportions, the golden ratio 1.618. The golden ratio is found in nature and has been applied in various fields in life from antiquity to the present. The presence of the golden ratio creates a sense of balance, harmony and beauty. Our laboratory [lab] is inspired by the golden ratio in order to create efficacious, quality and safe formulations. Philab’s mission is to create the most effective and high quality skin care products, without limiting the formulation cost, using the most efficacious and innovative active ingredients from around the world. In order to pursue its mission, Philab bases the development of its products on three principles: 1. Efficacy 2. Quality 3. Safety Each Philab product is formulated with the most advanced and innovative active ingredients ( i.e. peptides, plant stem cells, Very Low Molecular Weight Hyaluronic acid etc. ) which come from leading laboratories from all over the world. These laboratories study the ageing process and create state of the art active ingredients with the aim of treating all signs of ageing. p.

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Many of the active ingredients which used in Philab products are based on studies that received Nobel Prizes in Medicine and Chemistry, and also many international awards such as: • European Cosmetics Innovation Award • Swiss Technology Award • Health and Beauty America Technology Award • Tomas Alva Edison Patent Award Philab products are produced in Greece in accordance with GMP. Philab, in order to guarantee the maximum level of safety in its products, excludes preservative systems with parabens from all its formulations and raw materials. Additionally, Philab products are free of mineral oil derivatives (i.e paraffin, petrolatum, etc.), Propylene glycol, animal derivatives, allergen fragrances and synthetic colorants. All Philab products undergo safety assessment with strict dermatological and microbiological tests, in accordance with the European legislation currently in force. Special attention has been paid to the appropriate packaging of Philab products which are all packed in special violet glass containers. This special violet glass works like a natural filter that blocks the harmful sunlight and lets only the part of sunlight that protects and preserves the quality of Philab’s premium and sensitive ingredients. philab.eu

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ith her signature blend of wit, nononsense advice, and storytelling flair, Mireille Guiliano returns with a delightful, encouraging take on beauty and aging for our times. For anyone who has ever spent the equivalent of a mortgage payment on anti-aging lotions or procedures, dressed inappropriate for their age, gained a little too much in the middle, or accidentally forgot how to flirt, here is a proactive way to stay looking and feeling great, without resorting to “the knife”-a French woman’s most guarded beauty secrets revealed for the benefit of us all! GrandCentralLifeAndStyle.com

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