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PHOTOGRAPHER : ANDREAS SELLINIDIS & NICO LEONE FASHION EDITOR: STEFANOS ZAOUSIS (D-TALES) MAKE-UP : JOANNA TAV HAIR : CHRISTOS MICHAILIDIS (D-TALES) MODEL: LOVISA AXELSSON HAGER (D-MODELS) Lovisa wears: black swimsuit, Melissa Odabash (Attica Department Store) belt, Layal ring, Polina Sapouna Ellis
VERANO EN COYOACAN
SKID ROW GENERATION
READY, RED, GO
BEYONCE’S GREEK STYLIST
MODEL: DIMITRIS LAGIOPOULOS
THE JAPO ELEMENT
LIFE ON HE RUN
MEET SOME OF THIS ISSUES CREATIVE ARTISTS FASHION DIRECTOR
Stefanos Zaousis is a true child of style. From a young age he learned what is regarded fashion and a good aesthetic, since his grandmother was consistently one of the ten best dressed women in Athens and his mother one of the ten most beautiful. Thus he came into the world of fashion and sought his fortune first as assistant stylist for the magazine Klik, and then as a fashion editor for the magazines 01 and Votre Beaute. In 1998, shortly after designing costumes for the cult film «The Attack of the Giant Moussaka» he decided to move to New York to begin an international career. There, he studied photography at the prestigous Parsons School of Design and worked as a fashion stylist with international titles like Vogue (Spain), Vogue Sposa, Jalouse (Russia), Sunday Telegraph, Surface, Harpers Bazaar (Spain), The Face, Van and many others. However, in 2004 he returned to Greece because as he says the experience was unique but he had grown tired of the lack of personal relationships in a city whose only god is money. Initially he took over as fashion editor for the magazine Status (Liberis Publications) and later the special editions of the same publisher, the current Identity Media, where he remains until today fashion editor. He simultaneously collaborated with other Greek magazines like Vimadonna, Vogue, Life & Style, Gamos, and many more. Since 2005 he has been appointed as window dresser and fashion consultant for Attica DPS, which combined with his photography studies define his needs for continuous growth. Inquisitive perfectionist, restless, and fond of sexy but chic woman, he combines street smart with high end fashion, organizes entire cinematic scenarios in his mind and calls himself a classic with a twist .. or maybe a twisted classic? agency: D-Tales
ART DIRECTOR/PHOTOGRAPHER The «cowboy» of the gang, Nico Leone, is one of the founding team members of SYNQ. Born and educated in the U.S.A., he has a Master’s in Business Administration, but it is his love of the fine details that makes him an integral part of SYNQ. He declares himself a dedicated work-o-holic and does not mind it! He is the other half of the fashion photography duo, Andreas and Nico.
The well-known make-up artist Stellar literally paints when she works! The result is always truly impeccable! She has worked with the best magazines in Greece and internationally, and we have seen her flawless talent in hundreds of campaigns of wellknown companies in Greece and abroad. At meetings and photoshoots she brings positive vibes and team spirit for a perfect result.
Celebrity hairstylist Christos Michailidis is well known for his work in fashion magazines, fashion shows, and is the man behind many celebrity appearances in Greece. He began his career as a stylist at Toni & Guy in Milan, and within a few years became an instructor at the company’s academy in Athens as well as part of the creative team of Toni and Guy’s London office, in addition to being a freelancer session stylist in Greek magazines. Currently he divides his time between customers at the company he founded «Love Is In The Hair» and it’s hair academy, giving retraining seminars. His career in fashion continues to keep him traveling around the world, experiencing new cultures which inspire him to create new trends and looks. agency: D-Tales
white swimsuit, Konstantinos Melis by Laskos bracelet and ring, Polina Sapouna Ellis
SPECIAL THANKS... Attica: Panepistimiou 9 Syntagma Athens, Atelier Loukia: Kanari 24 Kolonaki Athens, Achilleas Accessories: Kolokotroni 38-40 Athens, Ash Boutique: Kyprou 64 Glyfada, Aerakis: Plateia Filikis Eterias 6 Kolonaki Athens, Balenciaga Boutique: 50 Voukourestiou Kolonaki, Baton Premier: Anagnostopoulou 10 Kolonaki, Dassios: Xanthou 7 Athens - Kolonaki, Erifilli Nikolopoulou: Athinas 7 Athens, Evadeena: Leventi 6 Kolonaki Athens, Enny di Monaco: Hrodotou 23 Kolonaki Athens, Free Shop: Voukourestiou 50 Kolonaki, Gavello Boutique: Kanari 6, Athens, Gruppo Pagoni: Vouliagmenis 316 Glyfada, Hama: Grigoriou Lampraki 34, Glyfada Kalogirou: Orxomenoy 12 Peristeri, Katerina Psoma: Apollonos 35 Athens, Konstantinos Melis by Laskos: Karaoli & Dimitriou 53, Vironas, Luisa World: Skoufa 15 Kolonaki, Athens, Layal: Vasileos Georgiou II 7 Glyfada, Med: Ermou 17, Ermou 77 Athens, Kifisias 232 Kifisia, Melivia: Alkimaxou 18 Athens, Nikolas Frangos: Asxilou 31 Psiri Athens, Passion Alley: Xanthou 6 Kolonaki Athens, Puma Hellas: Kifisou 86 Peristeri, Leathers Fashion Greece: Marni 44, Athens, Polina Sapouna Ellis: Skoufa 4 Kolonaki, Sotris: Anagnostopoulou 30 Kolonaki,Voukourestiou 41 & Tsakalof Kolonaki, Shop&Trade: Peiraios 222 Athens, Sonia Riz: Karneadou 8 Kolonaki, Athens, Safilo Hellas: Alimountos 1 Ilioupoli, Stamper: L.Vouliagmenis 600 Argyroupoli, South Coast: L.Karamanli 4 Voula, Tokyo Jane: Aiolou 99 Athens, Vassilis Zoulias: Akadimias 4 Athens, Wolford: Kanari 20 Kolonaki Athens, Zilly: Sorou 28 Marousi
red bodysuit Wolford (Wolford Boutique) gold metallic belt, Nikolas Frangos black & white ethnic shoes, Christian Louboutin (Enny di Monaco)
JERRY RED Photography: Andreas Sellinidis & Nico Leone Fashion Editor: Dennis Kolpodinos Make-up: Joanna Tav Hair: Stylianos Gkikakis (D-Tales) Nails: Selena Models: Katia Dede (Ace), Dimitris Lagiopoulos (Boom)
gold necklace and bracelet. vintage Givenchy
red bodysuit with fringes, Wolford (Wolford Boutique) head piece jewellery, Mimika Ciboyianni
Katia red dress, Herve L. Leroux Paris (Enny di Monaco) red leather shoes, Gianvito Rossi (Kalogirou) Dimitris white jean pants, Dsquared (Eponymo) croc loafers, Cesare Paciotti (Kalogirou)
Dimitris black dress shirt and short black pants, Dsquared (Eponymo) black bow-tie Karl Lagerfeld (Eponymo) croc loafers Cesare Paciotti (Kalogirou) Katia red silk dress, Alice & Olivia (Zilly) red leather shoes, Gianvito Rossi (Kalogirou)
heels with spikes, Christian Louboutin (Enny di Monaco)
red/white leather earings with crystals, Mimika Ciboyianni
ring with red crystals, Nikolas Frangos
above: red bodysuit, Wolford (Wolford boutique ) gold metallic belt, Nikolas Frangos
right: white silk maxi dress, Dsquared (Eponymo) gold necklace with Swarovski crystals, Nikolas Frangos white menâ€™s bathing suit, Med (Med Boutique)
PHOTOGRAPHY: STEFANOS ZAOUSIS (D-TALES) ART DIRECTION: NICO LEONE FASHION EDITOR: SASHA CHARARA ASSOCIATE PHOTOGRAPHER/PRODUCER: GIANNIS GIALOURIS MAKE-UP/HAIR: STELLAR (D-TALES) MODEL: MASHA (D-MODELS)
Scarf with fringes from personal collection Silk blouse, Balenciaga Boutique Skirt of silk tulle, Atelier Loukia head dress, MICHAEL Michael Kors (Attica The Department Store) silver earrings with stones, Dassios. necklace, Katerina Psoma. bracelets, Tokyo Jane.
THIS PAGE: striped dress Missoni (Attica The Department Store) inner shirt, Manolo (Passion Alley) silk maxi dress worn on the inside, Atelier Loukia wooden earings, Mimika Ciboyianni necklace, stylistâ€™s personal collection OPPOSITE PAGE blouse with ruffles, Stella Jeans (Free Shop) earings, stylistâ€™s personal collection necklace with hanging metal motifs, Katerina Psoma
maxi dress with embroidery in the middle Hemant & Nandita (Enny Monaco) shawl, from stylistâ€™s personal collection velvet necklace with crystals worn on the head, Dassios earrings, Katerina Psoma ethnic plated rods and rings, Sonia Riz
ON THIS PAGE: blouse with embroidery at hem, MICHAEL Michael Kors (Attica The Department Store) printed skirt and belt Etro, (Luisa World) plated earrings and rods, Sonia Riz necklace made of stone with metal details, Katerina Psoma ring, from stylistâ€™s personal collection OPPOSITE PAGE silk blouse and dress with ruffles, Peter Pilotto (Enny Monaco) earings, Swell Dame necklace and bracelet, Katerina Psoma belt, Martin Margiela (Free Shop)
I was born a bitch.
I was born a paint
W O R D I K S N O I T A R GENE is Kolpodinos Fashion Editor: Denn e, on Le co Ni & is id eas Sellin hion Cult) Photographer : Andr as (VN), Nicholas (Fas om Th s: el od M v Ta Grooming : Joanna
Thomas jean vest, black pants with denim details, belt with studs, black necklace with chains/crosses, Dsquared (Eponymo) shoes, Alexander Mcqueen by Puma (Puma Hellas) Nicholas leather jacket vest, Pepe Jeans (Shop&Trade) black t-shirt, Topshop (Sotris) jeans, Dsquared (Eponymo) sneakers with studs, Christian Louboutin
sleeveless leather jacket, Leathers Fashion Greece black necklace with chains/crosses, Dsquared (Eponymo) leather wrist band with studs, Ash (Ash Boutique)
black blazer, jean shorts, leather boots, Dsquared (Eponymo) white t-shirt, Religion (Shop&Trade) black/white socks, American Apparel
black/blue leather jacket, red jeans, denim dress shirt, belt with studs, Dsquared (Eponymo) white sneakers, Puma (Puma Hellas) necklace with crosses, Topman(Sotris)
black leather jacket, american flag swimsuit, Dsquared (Eponymo) black cross, Topshop (Sotris) reading glasses, Gucci (Safilo Hellas)
Nicholas Jean jacket with leather details, Dsquared (Eponymo) Thomas reading glasses, Gucci (Safilo Hellas)
Nicholas jean jacket with leather details, beige pants, Dsquared (Eponymo) long black vest, Tom Rebel (Sotris) sneakers with studs, Christian Louboutin Thomas american flag swimsuit, leather boots, Dsquared (Eponymo) reading glasses, Gucci (Safilo Hellas)
sleevless t-shirt, Vassilis Thomopoulos green jean shorts, black necklace with chains/crosses, belt with studs, Dsquared (Eponymo) leather wrist bands with studs, Ash (Ash Boutique)
Thomas black dress shirt, Just Cavalli (Eponymo) green jean shorts, leather boots, Dsquared (Eponymo) necklace, Topman (Sotris) gold skeleton ring, Very Gavello (Gavello Boutique) Nicholas red jean pants, belt with metal details, Dsquared (Eponymo) leather wrist bands with studs, Ash (Ash Boutique) white sneakers, Puma (Puma Hellas)
black swimsuit, Les Copains (Aerakis) neck piece, Givenchy (Luisa World) bracelets, Achilleas Accessories
SUMMER WORKOUT PHOTOGRAPHER: ANDREAS SELLINIDIS & NICO LEONE FASHION EDITOR: STEFANOS ZAOUSIS (D-TALES) MAKE-UP: JOANNA TAV HAIR: CHRISTOS MICHAILIDIS (D-TALES) MODEL: LOVISA AXELSSON HAGER (D-MODELS)
black swimsuit, Herve Leger (Luisa World) belt, Saint Laurent (Luisa World) braclets, Achilleas Accessories ring, Polina Sapouna Ellis
white swimsuit, Melissa Odabash (Attica Department Store) belt, Layal leggings, Konstantinos Melis by Laskos shoes, See by Chloe (Baton Premier)
black swimsuit, Melissa Odabash (Attica Department Store) belt, Layal ring, Polina Sapouna Ellis
black swimsuit, Eres (Melivia) ring, Polina Sapouna Ellis
white swimsuit, Eres (Melivia) belt and bracelet, Layal gloves, Konstantinos Melis by Laskos
black swimsuit, Les Copains (Aerakis) neck piece, Givenchy (Luisa World) bracelets, Achilleas Accessories shoes, Dukas (Baton Premier)
black swimsuit, Club Neuf (Attica Department Store) necklace and bracelet, Nikolas Frangos
BEYONCE’S GREEK STYLIST Dennis Kolpodinos, the Greek stylist of dozens of famous Greek celebrities with more than ten years’experience in fashion, talks to us about the latest trends for this summer and for his new working relationship with the world-renowned Beyoncé! Really, how did your collaboration with Beyonce come about?
For the past few years now I have been working in London on fashion editorials for catalogs, magazines and blogs. By this means I had the opportunity to join the agency «Streeters» from where the proposal to work with Beyonce was given to me. Originally I was asked to suggest an outfit for the Grammys and later for this year’s tour.
And Vrettos Vrettakos?
Of course it was unthinkable to not suggest a Greek designer. For many years now, I maintain a strong working relationship with Vrettos Vrettakos with the best prospects. From the beginning I asked him for one of his full body jumpsuits from his collection «Spring - Summer 2013» which fitted perfectly both the stature of Beyoncé and the concept of the tour «The Mrs. Carter World Tour».
Did you have the chance to meet her up close?
First off I should tell you that I went through a very competitive casting. I met almost all of her co-workers, her manager, even her mother and in the end Beyonce herself for the first fitting in London.
What kind of person is she?
Despite the notability of her name she is very spontaneous and friendly with her co-workers. We did not know each other beforehand, but from the first moment she considered me a member of her team. This certainly made my job easier. Without a second though her professionalism and organization are what characterize her.
«... my goal is to continue to work internationally and Beyoncé was certainly a very good experience... I cannot help feeling a sense of success.» Did you feel a kind of satisfaction when comparing yourself with other Greek stylists?
I was and I am in my work very discreet. What characterizes me is my dedication and hard work. I do not care about showing off to those around me. On the other hand, my goal is to work abroad and Beyoncé was certainly a very good experience ... I can not feel a sense of success.
We saw on twitter you leaving a post that alluded to possibly working with Rihanna ... is this true?
Following our collaboration with Beyoncé, Vrettos Vrettakos and I have received many proposals for possible work with other international celebrities. One of these has been for work with Rihanna and many more ... but unfortunately nothing can be disclosed at this time.
With which Greek celebrities have you worked?
I have worked with almost all of the domestic stars like Natalia Germanou, Peggy Zina., Konstantinos Argyros, Melina Aslanidou, Hlias Vrettos, Eleonora Zouganeli, Christos Dantis, Giorgos Tsalikis, Giorgos Papadopoulos, Nikos Kourkoulis, Kelly Kelekidou, Nikos Oikonomopoulos, Kostas Martakis and Amaryllis. But for years now I maintain friendships and permanent working relationships with Michalis Hatzigiannis Despina Olympiou and Evridiki.
Tell me a bit about this summer’s fashion trends...
This summer is characterized by mix & match combinations and architecture in clothing. A lot of stripes, a lot of black and white, floral patterns with ethnic prints and of course bright colors that naturally highlight your tan. Ruffles, polka dots, leotards, transparet fabrics that highlight femininity, and funky sets with attitude. High-heeled sandals, ballerina shoes, espadrilles, colorful heels and platforms with playful heels in many different materials always complete a stunning summer outfit.
What is considered «prohibitive» to a summer look. Something that in are tired and say «No more!».
The truth is that women here in Greece like to over style. Like I said stripes and bright colors are in fashion, but there is no need to overdo it. There must always be a harmony and symmetry in your outfits. Also you do not need to put all the trends together because they just will not achieve the desired result.
In your opinion what are those brands that stood out positively for their summer collections?
In my opinion, those that dominated are the whole Givenchy and Balmain collections but also the always timeless Alexander Mcqueen. As far as shoes the platforms and high heels from Giuseppe Zanotti give a lot of style to an outfit.
How do you feel about being part of SYNQ Magazine?
It’s really exciting. I have worked with the excellent photography duo Andreas Sellinidis and Nico Leone on many projects in the past including a recent editorial with singer Michalis Hatzigiannis. They have a unique style and work ethic which is similar to my work experiences abroad, and I like that. They offered me the opportunity to be part of the main creative team, giving me the opportunity to be work along with another well-known and respected colleague of mine, Stefanos Zaousis. Of course I said yes. The whole creative team is comprised of celebrity creative artists, well known in the industry, but we also have a few new entry creative artists who we eagerly support. The team spirit is high and a friendly atmosphere dominates our meetings and projects. It is great to work with talented people who are easy to communicate and share a common goal.
How would you describe SYNQ?
The magazine is an effort to support as many parts of the Greek fashion industry who are struggling during this crisis, but also to promote creative artists locally and globally. At the same time we want to remind our readers that we are still part of the global community, have a right to have fun and to dream, and encourage networking on a global scale. We all need a breath of fresh air and our creative efforts here at SYNQ Magazine hopefully will give people this much wanted escape.
If your fashion style could be described with a song title or movie what would it be?
Everyone will be waiting for me to say «Sex & The City» which admittedly could be the epitome of my personal fashion sense but personally I prefer the movie «Celebrity» by Woody Allen. It’s a film that could be the daily routine of my life.
Photographer: Andreas Sellinidis & Nico Leone Make-Up: Stellar (D-Tales) Nails: Anna Albanis Model: Diahana (Ace)
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love, passion, wealth, desire, fire.
I wear red for prosperity n’ happiness. I wear red to concentrate on the essence of life. I wear red to increase the excitement n’ interest. I wear red to have more energy. I wear red to have dynamism n’ confidence. I wear red to protect myself from fear n’ stress. I wear red to invigorate my body. I wear red to have strength n’ courage. I wear red to stimulate my vitality. I wear red to have luck. I wear red to arouse n’ evoke eroticism.
Make-Up Artist (D-Tales)
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Red is one of the top two favorite colors of all people. Red is the first color created n’ used after the creation of white n’ black. Red is one of the three primary colors of visible light (blue n yellow the other two). Red in Ancient Greece symbolized human heroism. Red is the color Tuesday.
MODEL Dimitris Lagiopoulos (BOOM)
ften called the Greek version of top model David Gandy, model Dimitris Lagiopoulos, is one of the best models in Greece and is slowly making his mark internationally. We saw him this year in the final dozen on the catwalks of Giorgio Armani, position he acquired competing with thousands of other top models of the world. But we aren’t surprised with his success, nor for the recent news that a well-known international singer chose him for the role of her Casanova in her new video clip. Stay tuned! In Greece, he has taken part in the best fashion editorials and advertising campaigns, was two years on the show “Mes Tin Kali Xara” with Natalia Germanou, and we recently saw him starring in the new Onirama video clip “E, Kai ...”. Of course if you still are wondering who Dimitris Lagiopoulos is we remind you of the handsome man who delivered the prize “Fashion Icon in a video clip” together with the dazzling Doukissa Nomikou at the Mad Music Awards 2013, but also the final act of Mad Walk 2013 accompanying Eurovision winner Elena Paparizou by coating his body with a sexy array of colored powders. We guess that is what is meant by the expression music is color for the soul! We already have lost him to the international fashion scene, due to his new representation with Italy’s BOOM, as well as his upcoming placement in a top London agency, but we do not mind! He represents Greece not only with his striking looks but with great professionalism, and this makes us proud! Be sure to check out Dimitri’s facebook page: facebook.com/lagiopoulos
THE JAPO ELEMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY: ANDREAS SELLINIDIS & NICO LEONE FASHION EDITOR: STEFANOS ZAOUSIS (D-TALES) PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE: GIANNIS GIALOURIS MAKE-UP: JOANNA TAV HAIR: CHRISTOS MICHAILIDIS (D-TALES) NAILS: SELENA STYLIST ASSISTANT: MARITINA CHALVATZI MODEL: CAROLINE (ACE MODELS) satin dress, BCBG Max Azria (Attica Department Store) earrings, Katerina Psoma, rings, bracelet, headpiece, Nikolas Frangos
strapless dress – Vassilis Zoulias belt – Erifilli Nikolopoulou ankle boots – Konstantinos Melis by Laskos bracelet with crystals – Katerina Psoma ring – Nikolas Frangos pillow belt – stylist’s own
dress and belt – Konstantinos Melis by Laskos pants – Dolce & Gabbana (Dolce & Gabbana Boutique) suede gloves – Vassilis Zoulias headpiece – Nikolas Frangos shoes – Evadeena
pleated top – Erifilli Nikolopoulou vintage leather mask – Thierry Mugler leather gloves – Vassilis Zoulias bag – Alexander McQueen (Kalogirou) headpiece – Nikolas Frangos
silk top and pants – MMissoni (Attica Department Store) bracelet – Katerina Psoma earrings and ring – Nikolas Frangos
dress – MMissoni (Attica Department Store) top – Erifilli Nikolopoulou headpiece – Vassilis Zoulias ankle boots – Konstantinos Melis by Laskos earrings and bracelet with crystals, Katerina Psoma
We thank “HAMA” Sushi Restaurant for its hospitality. Address: Grigoriou Lambraki 34, Glyfada, t: +30 210 .960.0595
pleated vest with peacock feathers, Erifilli Nikolopoulou vest with zippers, Oneonone Zilly blue vintage kimono, stylist’s own bracelet with crystals, Katerina Psoma ring – Nikolas Frangos
kimono - Erifilli Nikolopoulou skirt - BCBG MAX AZRIA(Attica Department Store) necklace, bracelet, rings - Nikolas Frangos
t-shirt, A.M. Workshop pants, X-pression Humaine
LIFE ON THE RUN Photography: Andreas Sellinidis & Nico Leone Fashion Editor: Stefanos Zaousis (D-Tales) Grooming: Joanna Tav Production Assistant: Giannis Gialouris Model: Vasilis Oikonomou (Ace Models)
On this page: t-shirt, Lamda Alpha pants, No Name On the opposite page: t-shirt, Loose Wear pants, X-Pression Humaine
On this page: Above: t-shirt, Lamda Alpha pants, X-Pression Humaine Bottom: t-shirt, Loose Wear shorts, Heel On the opposite page: t-shirt, Risko neck accessory, Heel
On this page: t-shirt, Lamda Alpha pants, Heel On the opposite page: Jacket with hood, A.M. Workshop Shorts, Risko
On this page: Above: shirt, Liberta Dâ€™arte Clothing pants & hat, X-Pression Humaine Bottom: t-Shirt & Shorts, Heel On the opposite page: shirt, Flame & Co pants, X-pression Humaine
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