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FASHION 48. Old Mexico Elegance / Homage to Frida

Travel back in time to the days of disco beats and fairy dust with Bobby Miller’s photos of NYC’s legendary hotspot

Michael Filonow interprets Old Mexico glamour with a modern eye for color and form

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66. A Walk on the Wild Side / Alaïa Hamid Bechiri’s provocative vignettes interweave luxury, glamour, and a hint of danger

88. Swept Away / Skate Escape Winston Kletter creates moments of transcendence from sun, surf, and sand

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GRATITUDE FROM THE PUBLISHER A big THANK YOU to the following members of Team Trend, who helped me achieve my vision of publishing a lookbook showcasing some of the best fashion and art photographers working today:

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Bill Curry, creative director, whose close personal relationships with these exceptional photographers, combined with his own astute aesthetic, inspired and guided the creation of this lookbook from start to finish. Rena Distasio, editor, for dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s. Jeanne Lambert, production manager, for keeping us organized and on task. May Mandy Han, our former intern and now a dedicated team member who, as publishing and marketing coordinator, brings to the table an efficiency and youthful vision that inspires us all. Andy Otterstrom, for his peerless distribution skills. And most especially to Janine Lehmann, for her artistry, passion, and dedication as Trend’s art director since 2000. With her extensive background in art and design, Janine has been instrumental in Trend’s success, elevating the magazine’s aesthetic to a level that continues to delight and inspire readers from around the world. As online technology threatens to make print publications obsolete, Janine’s work proves that the magazine as art form is as vital as ever, working closely with Trend’s editorial team to continually push the envelope of what is visually possible in the medium. Under her discerning artistic direction, each graphic presentation in this lookbook becomes not just a set of photographs but a visual dance of perfection and grace. —Cynthia Canyon, Publisher

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About the cover: This untitled image by Bill Phelps was shot on location at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1998, using 8x10 Polaroid film and a Deardorff rosewood field camera. Featuring a 1939 Velocette KSS motorcycle from Phelps’s own collection, the inspiration for the shot was, “Mythology, cinema, and a little bit of Fellini.”

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start her own graphic design firm in 2000. She then met Cynthia Canyon, publisher of a brand new magazine and a dedicated visionary herself. Along with their editors and through the long days and never-ending nights, the two have conducted work that is more typically completed by staffs of dozens. Yet in the midst of press deadlines, there is always a moment of spontaneous, uncontrollable laughter between them, as if some hilarity were necessary in the quest for perfection— which is what Lehmann is after. Whether designing the look of a feature story, working with photographers to create an extraordinary image, drafting multiple options for the magazine’s cover, or obsessively kerning (adjusting spacing between font characters) to achieve that just noticeable difference to the hawkeyed, Lehmann makes you want to hold a magazine in your hands, where it belongs, and to appreciate it for what it is: a fine art.


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oan Severance has been captivating audiences since she jetted off to Paris immediately after high school at the age of 18. Soon afterward, she landed on runways, magazine covers, and editorial pages for Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, as well as in print and television advertisements for some of the most prestigious names in fashion, including Gucci, Armani, Chanel, Revlon, and L’Oreal—and she was photographed by all the greats. Her modeling days launched her into an active acting career, which continues today with the upcoming shooting of three back-to-back films in early 2016. Ms. Severance credits her opportunities to her pioneering spirit, strong Texas roots, fearless attitude, and the ability to endure hardships. “The pioneer women who carved their way across this country have given us a template to follow for success. There is nothing that cannot be conquered once you put your mind to it,” she says. For more information, log on to www.joan everance.com.

Find Joan at home on the range in full pioneer spirit, starting on page 212.

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elp4vitiligo.org is an organization that raises awareness of a condition called vitiligo, whose symptoms appear as white patches of skin. Michael Jackson is the most noted person of our time to exhibit the symptoms, although millions of people live with the condition every day. I am one of them, having experienced vitiligo since childhood. There is no cure. Along with the book that I am writing about my story, my loves and losses, my successes and failures as I dealt with my hidden secret, I also created help4vitiligo. It came about after a trip to the Dead Sea, where I met some of the most beautiful people in the world, all with the same condition. They looked to me to be their voice, someone whose position in the public eye would bring a level of awareness that might even lead to a cure, or at least to renewed hope and assistance. It’s still early in my endeavors, but I have sparked the interest of a company considering a pilot study of their product and oxidative stress in those with vitiligo. Contact us at help4vitiligo.org or email js@help4vitiligo.org for more details.


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Born and raised in Rhode Island, Michael Filonow set out at an early age to see as much of the world as possible. After graduating from Syracuse University in upstate New York with a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering, he immediately enlisted in the U.S. Air Force to become a pilot. After serving, he modeled his way through Europe and Asia. While working with—and observing— some of the finest fashion photographers of the day, Filonow discovered that he, too, had a calling to capture moments of beauty on film. He honed his skills on his days off, photographing other models and the landscapes, cities, and people he encountered while on location. Within a short time, he quit modeling to devote himself fulltime to photography, working as a lifestyle and fashion photographer from his home base in Europe. Eventually Filonow made his way back to the States and since 2001 has lived and worked in New York City, where he resides with his wife and two children. Whether shooting for Architectural Digest, Neiman Marcus, or American Airlines, Filonow treats each assignment as an opportunity to orchestrate the elements of form, space, color, and light into a composition that captivates the eye. “A classically beautiful picture never goes out of style,” he says, and his work exemplifies that ethos. trendmagazineglobal.com

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Hamid Bechiri

In the 1980s, Hamid Bechiri stood alongside Way Bandy as the go-to high-fashion makeup artist for some of the era’s top magazines and advertising campaigns, working his artistry on such modeling greats as Christie Brinkley, Jerry Hall, Lauren Hutton, Cheryl Tiegs, and Kim Alexis. He eventually took up photography as a natural outgrowth of his lifelong dedication to the fashion aesthetic. His work has since appeared on the covers of numerous Vogue issues and in magazines such as L’Uomo Vogue, It, Vanity Fair, Elle, Interview, Allure, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Harper’s Bazaar. His wide range of corporate clients includes Gucci, Sony, L’Oreal, Rolex, and YSL. Combining the sophistication of a lifelong world traveler with the curiosity of an astute observer of life’s subtleties and dramas, Bechiri’s work is elegant, sensual, and strongly evocative.

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Darja O’Donnell Hair and makeup by

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Skate Escape Photographed by

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Whether embarking on another leg of his globetrotting odyssey to surf the world’s best waves, working as a stuntman, or training his lens on subjects for top magazines, fashion photographer Winston Kletter excels at conjuring the energy and excitement of the world around him. The son of a fashionable Hungarian mother and a father from the Lower East Side of Manhattan who went on to own the largest trucking company on the East Coast, Kletter has always moved easily between the worlds of high glamour and down-to-earth adventure. He cites both Coco Chanel and Jimi Hendrix as style icons, is as likely to drive a $700 VW bus as a sleek Maserati, and considers the ultimate luxury “the freedom to consciously choose the fundamental structure of your days, destinations, and physical and cerebral experiences.” His career both in front of and behind the lens was launched when, as a champion springboard diver, photographer Bruce Weber tapped him for inclusion as a model in a series focusing on Olympic hopefuls. Weber’s image helped launch the teenage Kletter on a successful modeling career, eventually prompting him to pick up his own camera for clients ranging from MTV to fashion magazines like Elle and Marie Claire. When not immersed in photography, the Capetown, South Africa, resident pursues his passions for music and guitar-playing, Western and Eastern philosophy, film, classic literature, and surfing the world’s best waves.

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CHARLES PIERCE

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SOME ARE BORN TO SWEET DELIGHT, MIXED MEDIA, 60” X 48”

ALEXANDRA ELDRIDGE

alexandraeldridge.com Nüart Gallery 670 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-988-3888 nuartgallery.com

Diehl Gallery 155 West Broadway Jackson, WY 83001 307-733-0905 diehlgallery.com

Friesen Gallery 320 First Avenue North Ketchum ID, 83340 208-726-4174 friesengallery.com


LAIRD HOVLAND

Gallery 901 708 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-780-8390 gallery901.org

EVAPORATING PILLAR, MILD STEEL, 17” X 17” X 65” (2008)

Laird Hovland 1240 Calle De Comercio Suite G, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 505-699-8438 lairdhovlandart.com


ELLE MACLAREN

TIERRA FUERTE, OIL AND MIXED MEDIA ON STEEL AND CEMENT, 36” X 52”

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MERCURY, ENCAUSTIC AND OIL ON PANEL, 24” X 24”

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BLAIR VAUGHN-GRULER & ERNST GRULER

ARTICULATED SCRIBBLING, BLAIR VAUGHN-GRULER, GRAPHITE AND OIL ON PANEL, 30” X 40” X 2”

Coming Summer 2016: joint 2 person exhibition (Ernst + Blair)

TABLE 4 2 + 2 , ERNST GRULER, WOOD LAMINATE AND MIXED MEDIA, TABLE: 30” X 72” X 48”

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DEEP CORAL, ACRYLIC AND GLASS ON PANEL, 36” X 36” (2015)

CLOSER, ACRYLIC ON PANEL, 30” X 30” (2014)

BIAGI

Biagi will be showing in the Santa Fe Studio Tour Summer 2016. Biagi is the Author of The Book Of The Eternal Now and The Woman Out Of Now. Studio Biagi 17 A Bisbee Ct. Santa Fe, NM 505-424-1745 studiobiagisf.com


FACE, 22” X 24”

GINO HOLLANDER

Hollander Gallery 225 Delgado street 505-927-2072 sirihollander.com hollanderart.com

GINO HOLLANDER (1924–2015), Abstract Impressionist, shown with TORO, 144” X 72”

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WILLIAM SMOCK

FORD AND FLOWERS, OIL ON LINEN, 18” X 24”

William Smock williamsmock.com 505-610-2600


PURPLE WILDFLOWERS, OIL ON LINEN, 18” X 24”

HIGH ROAD WILDFLOWER, OIL ON LINEN, 18” X 24”


BILL HECKEL

TABLE TOP, B&W ARCHIVAL PRINT, WILDERNESS UNTAMED SERIES (2015)

New Concept Gallery 610 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-795-7570 newconceptgallery.com


ANN HOSFELD

ALLUSIONS, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 50” X 50”

VARIATIONS IN ABSTRACTION July 1–August 1, 2016

New Concept Gallery 610 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-795-7570 newconceptgallery.com


STEPHEN LANG

DOUG & BRIAN COFFIN

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BRIAN COFFIN, JOURNEY TO THE SOUL’S REFLECTION, OIL ON CANVAS, 56” X 168” Winterowd Fine Art | 701 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe NM 87501 | 505-992-8878 | fineartsantafe.com


SPIRAL BLOOMS – RED ROSES #3, FORGED STEEL AND POWDERCOAT, 123" X 32” X 32” (2015)

CHRISTOPHER THOMSON

Christopher Thomson Studio/Forge, Gallery & Sculpture Garden 29 Metzger Drive, San Jose, NM 87560 505-470-3140 (call for appt. & directions) christopherthomsonironworks.com

La Mesa of Santa Fe 225 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-984-1688 lamesaofsantafe.com

Palace Avenue Arts 228 East Palace Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-333-8354 Art@PalaceAvenueArts.com

Sugarman Gallery 130 West Palace Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-820-0010 sugarmanpetersongallery.com

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Steven White

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Catwoman 1. Opposite: Catwoman 2.

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Kashmir 118


The Birds 119


Incognito

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Wolfgang Mustain

Steven White Edgy, humorous, and provocative, the work of Steven White elevates the conventions of fashion and lifestyle photography into the realm of fine art. White began his photography career in Milan, Italy, where he worked for fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and L’Uomo Vogue and shot campaigns for Kritzia, Breitling, Swatch, La Perla, and Triumph. After two years in Europe, he moved to New York City, where he landed assignments with Harper’s Bazaar, several European editions of Vogue, Coach Leather, Bergdorf Goodman, Armani, and Aquascutum. After five years White shifted his focus to travel photography and personal work. His assignments for Conde Nast Traveler sent him around the world, and his photographs taken in Peru, India, Thailand, Cuba, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and Central and South America have formed the basis for a body of work currently being edited for book publication. Most recently, White’s work has appeared in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Fitness, Self, FHM, Maxim, Conde Nast Traveler, and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Some of his recent campaigns include Guess, Puma, Budweiser, Michelob, Buckle, Lei, Captain Morgan Rum, and Club Med. As a sought-after celebrity portraitist, he has worked with Shakira, Britney Spears, Venus Williams, Sienna Miller, Mariah Carey, TLC, and Megan Fox.

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U2 Rock Shots Photographed by Andrew

Macpherson

One of the sweetest memories of my career is going out on tour with U2 on three different show cycles, ZooTV in 1993, Elevation in 2001, and Vertigo in 2005. These are some of my favorite images from that time, and they are now available as very limited edition prints.

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One, from Elevation tour, Miami, Florida (December 2, 2001). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints. Opposite: The Eye of the Storm, from Elevation tour, Miami, Florida (December 2, 2001). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints. trendmagazineglobal.com 129


Brothers in Arms, from Elevation tour, Miami, Florida (December 2, 2001). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints. 130


The Solo, from Vertigo tour, Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland (June 27, 2005). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints. 131


Paul’s Picture, from Elevation tour, Miami, Florida (December 2, 2001). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints.

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The Prophet, from Elevation tour, Miami, Florida (December 2, 2001). Edition of only 15 aluminum prints. 133


Never Trust A Cowboy, from ZooTV tour, collage of Vogue, Rolling Stone, and reportage shots from Boston and New York. Edition of 15 aluminum prints. 134 TREND Winter Annual Lookbook 2015


Anne Kim

Andrew Macpherson Andrew Macpherson was born in London, where his mother owned a couture dress shop and his father raced cars. Growing up surrounded by fashion and racing magazines, he fell in love with photography as a way to capture the glamour and excitement of his parents’ world. By age 13 he was taking pictures, then left school at 15 to start an apprenticeship in a photo production house on Fleet Street, the old heart of London’s newspaper industry. It was a grim, Dickensian place, staffed by miserable old men, but it gained him invaluable experience and led to work with such exceptional photographers as Lord Snowdon, Horst, Fabrizio Gianni, Bob Carlos-Clarke, and Ed White. At 22, Macpherson published his first fashion story, in Harpers & Queen, and over the next 18 months he shot for all the top London magazines, including i-D, The Face, and The Sunday Times. Soon he started receiving Vogue commissions, first for the London edition, then Paris, and, finally, for Italian Vogue, the ultimate commission for any young photographer. Offers to shoot campaigns for Diesel Jeans, Levi’s, Dunhill, Kookaï, and Ray-Ban poured in, and it was through these assignments that Macpherson fell in love with California. He worked as a fashion photographer for several more years, splitting his time among London, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles, but gradually refocused his energies on the entertainment industry. Permanently based in LA since 1994, Macpherson continues to push the envelope of his art, with shots for movie posters, album and CD covers, magazine editorials, and his own personal art projects.

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Flight of Fancy Photographed by

Kevin Thomas

Featuring

Zendaya

Hair Stylist: Mica Brown Hair and Makeup: Shari Smith Wardrobe: Law Roach Shot in the town of Mojave and Mojave airport, in the Mojave desert.

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HOLLYWOOD Photographed by Kevin Thomas Featuring Chaz Langley Hair and Makeup: Paul Anthony Shot on location in Los Angeles, California

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Kevin Thomas

Born in Oakland, California, during the height of the Bay Area’s civil rights movement, Kevin Thomas was introduced to photography at a young age by his grandmother. Her home on MacArthur Boulevard at 94th Avenue gave her a front-stoop view of those turbulent times, and she often turned her lens to the events unfolding around her. She later encouraged her grandson to pick up his own camera, eventually teaching him how to develop his film in her small darkroom. “Seeing the images come to life was magical,” Thomas says. “I was hooked.” During high school he devoted his extracurricular time to track and photography, and was mentored in both endeavors by coach and sports photographer Don Chadez, who is renowned for his images of the 1976 Olympic Games. A ten-year career as a model post-high school gave Thomas the opportunity to work with some of the best photographers of the era, and it solidified his passion for working fulltime behind the lens. To date, his images have graced the pages of FSHN, Playboy, Tatler, Town & Country, Remark, Ouch, and Viva, to name just a few.

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Gerald Dearing

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Amber Valletta, Newport (1998). Opposite: Sailboat, Newport (1998).

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Self-Portrait, New York (1989)

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Nude, New York (2003)

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Les Soeurs, Alsace (1994)

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Mickey Spillane, New York (1999)

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Victoria Dearing

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Ice Glacier. Previous spread: Black Stallion, Careyes (2014).

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Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey (2004)

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Rooftop, Lugano, Switzerland (2005)

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Le Mur, Brooklyn, New York (2008)

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Tate Modern, London, England (2005)

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Philippe Petit, Notre Dame, New York (2010)

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Variegated #10 (2005). Opposite: White #22 (2009).

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Zedi III (2012)

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Step Pyramid (2010)

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OWL XV (2011)

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Steppe Eagle III (2008)

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Bill Phelps

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Young Victoria Dearing, by Gerald Dearing. Top: Gerald Dearing and Victoria Dearing, by Victoria Dearing.

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Gerald Dearing’s

approach to photography is simple and direct. Working spontaneously and without artifice, he seeks to capture the authenticity of the moment—no tricks, no manipulation, the technique of no technique. The results reflect such directness. They are intimate, honest,  and pure. Within his images lies a sharp sense of  transience, a soul both deeply contemplative and melancholic. Born and raised in coastal Normandy, France, in the 1940s, his body of work spans more than 30 years. Dearing discovered the Polaroid Land Camera 180 early in his career, and went on to work in fashion and film with many iconic artists and friends, such as Alex Chatelain, Guy Bourdin, Arthur Elgort, Mike Reinhardt, Uli Rose, Gilles Bensimon, Rudy Wurlitzer, Robert Frank, and his brother, Patrick Demarchelier. The Polaroids are the embodiment of Dearing’s aesthetic, images that are immediate and that make no attempt to conceal the markings and scratches of time.

Victoria Dearing

is the daughter of Gerald Dearing, who is her best

friend and greatest inspiration. Incapable of producing clichéd work, Victoria refuses to take the photograph that so many already have and will do again, seeing everything anew instead. She creates compositions of great tonal and aesthetic intrigue while never reducing her subject matter to mere geometries. She connects directly to their essential humanity, offering a genuine curiosity and, yes, friendliness, toward the world and all its inhabitants. Dearing has photography built into her DNA and has been taking pictures all her life, negotiating that path between commercial imagery and personal vision, where that art has currently found itself at its most fruitful. At a time when everyone travels and takes photographs, it has become easier rather than harder to distinguish between the true photographic eye and the tourist’s snapshot. Any one of Dearing’s images makes it immediately clear that she has that rare and precious gift of truly seeing— and so letting us see also. trendmagazineglobal.com 179


Paola Kudacki

Variegated #10 (2005). Opposite: White #22 (2009).

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Jean Pagliuso

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n the early 1970s, Jean Pagliuso stood at the forefront of a wave of female high-fashion photographers that included Sarah Moon, Deborah Turbeville, and Rebecca Blake. Together, they helped changed the landscape of the primarily male-dominated field. Born and raised in California, Pagliuso graduated from the College of Fine Arts at UCLA (now the School of the Arts and Architecture) in 1963, and six years later began her photographic career. For the next 30 years her photos of fashion and film stars were published in nearly every major magazine. Pagliuso left the fashion business at the height of her career to turn her attention to fine art photography. Her most recent series, The Poultry Suite, began as an homage to her father’s love of breeding show Bantam Cochins. Made using a Thai mulberry paper and silver gelatin emulsion technique, the portraits exhibit an exceptional elegance and dignity. Pagliuso, husband Tom Cohen, and their daughter, Jesse, divide their time between New York City and Santa Fe. trendmagazineglobal.com 181

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BILL PHELPS

Bill Phelps

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f one had to come up with a single word to describe the work of photographer Bill Phelps, it would have to be kinetic: waves crash, hands gesture through scrims of smoke, garments swirl, and animals bound and rear. Automobiles, motorcycles, and boats—and the people who love, build, and race them—figure prominently as themes. Even his portrait subjects vibrate with energy, as if the camera caught them not in a moment of stillness but in a split second of time between movement, expression, and speech. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Phelps has built an impressive career despite having no formal art training, lending his talents to Italian Vogue, French Marie Claire, Conde Nast Traveller UK, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, and Interview, and picking up both an IPA Lucie Award and the Grand Prize of Portraits for the World Press. Phelps is also the co-designer, builder, and owner of Cafe Moto in his home base of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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Photographed by

Bobby Miller


Porn stars Mark Stevens and Sharon Mitchell. Opposite: Rollerena.

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1970s superstar models Jerry Hall and Joe McDonald

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Andy Warhol

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Bobby Miller

Those who remember the heady nightlife of New York City during the early 1980s will find that Bobby Miller’s early work resonates like the clink of champagne glasses at Studio 54, the famed nightclub whose goings-on he documented for nearly three years. An actor, poet, and photographer since 1973, Miller studied with Lisette Model at The New School of Social Research in New York City, and learned additional tricks of the trade while working as a hairdresser and makeup artist for Robert Mapplethorpe and iconic rock photographer Lynn Goldsmith. Miller realized he was on to something with his work when, during a meeting to show Andy Warhol his portfolio, the artist asked his assistant to figure out how to make silk screens from the photos. Needless to say, Miller picked up his portfolio and ran for the door. But he didn’t stop shooting. To date, his photo books include A Downtown State of Mind: NYC; Wigstock in Black and White; Portraits Vols 1-3; Jackie 60 Nights; Queer Nation; Forget Them Not; and Troubleblonde. Fabulous! A Photographic Diary of Studio 54, which Miller first published in 1998 with St. Martin’s Press, was rereleased in 2012, with 36 new color images to celebrate the upcoming 36th anniversary of Studio 54. Miller’s most recent book is the fourth volume in his series Ptown Peeps, which chronicles the residents and seasonal visitors to Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he currently resides and works. 199


Burning Man Photographed by

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Justin Segall


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Lounging. Previous spread: Temple Burn.

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Compound, by Kirsten Berg

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Eternity

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Coyote, by Bryan Tedrick

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The Man

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Justin Segall

A Boulder, Colorado, native, Justin Segall (bottom row, second from left) spent his childhood surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty. He discovered photography at four years old when he became fascinated by the stereoscopic slideshow world of the View-Master. At 16 years old, he became the assistant to Vogue photographer Tony Kent. A year later, he journeyed to Cuba to explore his heritage through a series of photographs that would later open to great acclaim at a gallery back in his hometown. Today Segall is a highly sought-after prop stylist for fashion and corporate clients around the world. As longtime Burning Man participants, he and his wife and friends document their experiences in a series of photographs that showcase the method and the madness of this annual communal gathering in the Nevada desert. “Burning Man became a creative and personal outlet to reset, find inspiration, and get connected with a tribe of like-minded artists and creators,” Segall says. “The photos are simply quick snaps of a moment rather than composition. In other words, I didn’t really go there to take pictures.”

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Gillean McLeod

Bill Curry Henri Cartier-Bresson once said, “One has to feel oneself involved in what one frames through the viewfinder. It is putting one’s head, one’s eye, and one’s heart on the same axis.” Bill Curry embraces this philosophy every time he picks up his camera. Curry began carrying a Canon AE-1 on his first trip to Europe, when he was hired to be the face of the Nino Cerruti campaign. As one of the most photographed models in the world for nearly two decades, he was featured on the editorial pages and covers of GQ, British Vogue, Men’s Journal, and L’Uomo Vogue. Along with that experience, he gathered lessons in lighting, composition, and production while working with such masters as Richard Avedon, Arthur Elgort, Bruce Weber, Francesco Scavullo, Steven Meisel, Jean Pagliuso, and Patrick Demarchelier. A professional photographer for the past 15 years, his clients include Six Senses Resorts and Spas, Private Air Magazine, Platinum Equity and The Chelko Foundation. He delights in turning his lens to the magical light of northern New Mexico, where he resides.


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n the 15 years since chef-owner Mark Kiffin took over this venerable Canyon Road institution, The Compound has shed its outdated ambience and reestablished itself as one of Santa Fe’s prime destinations for fine dining. Blending the classic appeal of traditional Santa Fe architecture with a sleekly minimalist aesthetic, Kiffin has managed to honor the city’s past while reflecting its hipper, more accessible present. In the coming year, the restaurant will celebrate its 50th anniversary in Santa Fe with a spectacular celebration planned for guests both local and from all over the world. In keeping with this intention, Kiffin has fashioned a menu that pays homage to classic Continental cooking while fusing fresh ingredients and flawless technique, yielding an updated take on contemporary American cuisine that has garnered some of the culinary world’s highest awards.

TOP: BONCRATIOUS. BOTTOM AND OPPOSITE: DOUGLAS MERRIAM

The Compound


Expect favorites to be prepared with innovative flourishes, like roasted rack of lamb with chickpeas, heirloom carrots, and grilled ramps accompanied by salsa verde and romesco sauce; or a pan-roasted chicken breast stuffed with house-made chorizo, roasted sweet pepper, and cilantro alongside a fingerling potato stew. The wine list pairs especially well with the food, so don’t miss the opportunity to sample a new vintage. Desserts are inventive, ranging from decadent to refreshing, or both, such as ruby grapefruit granita with grapefruit-basil salad and poppy-seed cake, frozen passion fruit, and white chocolate mousse in a blueberry-ginger port glaze. Outside the elegant dining room is a flower-filled patio as well as a smaller garden patio for private parties. All private dining rooms can be reserved for groups of 10 to 200 people, with special tasting menus available.

Organic Scottish salmon with chanterelle and squash blossom risotto, beurre blanc, and fried kale. Opposite: The Compound restaurant interior; Veal porterhouse with ragout of chaterelle mushrooms, bacon, and baby tomotoes; sauteĂŠd kale; and Madeira jus.


MUSEUM HILL CAFÉ

Situated on a beautiful hill between multiple world-class museums, Museum Hill CafĂŠ offers diners a breathtaking hundred-mile view with a full spectrum of beer, wine, and coffee drinks available. Owner Weldon Fulton reinterprets culinary traditions, from Southwestern staples to the time-honored soup, salad and sandwich. Custom events also available year round.

Lunch: 6 days a week 11-3 Closed on Mondays Simple food done well

710 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505 www.MuseumHillCafe.net

505-984-8900


Inn of the Governors Your Home in the Heart of Santa Fe!

Book directly at Inn of the Governors and receive a daily $15 credit to enjoy Del Charro. Call 1-800-234-4534. www.innofthegovernors.com

One of Santa Fe’s best burgers and our 100% Agave signature Margarita. good food and good drinks at good prices…open late 101 W. Alameda, inside Inn Of The Governors • Santa Fe • 954-0320 • www.delcharro.com


Executive Chef Cristian Pontiggia creates Italian cuisine using fresh local Farmer’s Market ingredients, flown in daily seafood, natural locally raised meats, and gluten-free pasta dishes.

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Osteria D’Assisi Restaurant & Piano Lounge Tuesday–Saturday 6pm to close Happy Hour 4:30–6:30 Daily

58 South Federal Place, Santa Fe, NM (505) 986-5858 Piano lounge featuring local favorite Tucker Binkley


Feed Your Culinary Passion COOK ~ EAT ~ ENTERTAIN Private Cooking Classes Chef’s Demonstrations Themed Dinner Parties Global Tapas Receptions Creative Food & Drink Events

Open Kitchen brings to YOUR VENUE creative food and drink experiences, fresh new tastes, and memorable ways to celebrate and connect with friends, family, and clients.


Open Kitchen NOW in Santa Fe, NM • openkitchen-dcmetro.com • 202.285.9840 Hue-Chan Karels • hcl@openkitchen-dcmetro.com • Cooking, Teaching, and Entertaining since 2009

PHOTOS BY KATE RUSSELL

bringing a total culinary experience to you


The Teahouse meets you where the galleries end at the top of historic Canyon Road, tucked in the corner at East Palace Avenue

Now open for dinner 7 nights a week until 9pm

180 exceptional teas from around the globe Chef made-to-order breakfast, lunch, dinner & small plates Extensive wine list & beer options Shaded garden of fruit trees (pet friendly)

Photo (top): Boncratious

Cozy rooms in an historic adobe home

OPEN DAILY 9 am - 9 pm | (505) 992-0972 | 821 Canyon Road

TEAHOUSESANTAFE.COM


Dancer III, 2015, fabricated steel patina, 46”x24”x8”

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ADVERTISERS ANTIQUES, HOME FURNISHINGS, RUGS & ACCENTS DiCastro Linens dicastrolinens.com 310-467-0607.......................................188 HoCoFab Furniture hocofab.com.........................................150

boutique inn fine dining live entertainment

Molecule moleculedesign.net 505-989-9806.........................................24 Nativo de Santa Fe samueldesigngroup.com 505-820-0239.........................................18 Santa Kilim santakilim.com 505-986-0340........................................189 Violante & Rochford Interiors vrinteriors.com 505-983-3912.......................................2–3 ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS

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Ellsworth Gallery ellsworthgallery.com 505-989-7900.......................................237 Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art giacobbefritz.com 505-986-1156.........................................23 Gino Hollander / Hollander Gallery sirihollander.com 505-927-2072.......................................109 GVG Contemporary gvgcontemporary.com 505-982-1494...............................105–107 James Kelly Contemporary jameskelly.com 505-989-1601.....................................1, 35

La Mesa of Santa Fe lamesaofsantafe.com 505-984-1688.................................30, 115

Samuel Design Group samueldesigngroup.com 505-820-0239..........................................13

Laird Hovland / 901 Gallery lairdhovlandart.com gallery901.org 505-699-8438, 505-780-8390...............104

Violante & Rochford Interiors vrinteriors.com 505-983-3912.......................................2–3 Wiseman.Gale.Duncan Interiors wgdinteriors.com 505-984-8544....................................... 211

Ann Hosfeld / New Concept Gallery newconceptgallery.com 505-795-7570...............................112–113 Bill Heckel / New Concept Gallery newconceptgallery.com 505-795-7570.......................................112 Blair Vaughn-Gruler & Ernst Gruler / GVG gvgcontemporary.com 505-982-1494...............................106–107 Brian Coffin / Winterowd fineartsantafe.com 505-992-8878.......................................114 Charles Gurd charlescgurd.com elmoregurdgallery.com 505-995-9677.........................................37 Charles Pierce / The Santa Fe Art Gallery piercecharles.com thesantafeartgallery.com 505-983-6429........................................102

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY

Christopher Thomson christopherthomsonironworks.com 505-470-3140........................................115

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Doug Coffin dougcoffin.com 505-984-8596; 505-218-0139...............114

A Santa Fe Tradition

BOOKS & PRINTS

David Naylor Interiors davidnaylorinteriors.com 505-988-3170..........................................19

Alexandra Eldridge / Nüart Gallery alexandraeldridge.com nuartgallery.com 505-988-3888.......................................103

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Jeff Brock / Pop Gallery popsantafe.com 505-820-0788.........................................44

Addison Rowe Fine Art addisonrowe.com 505-982-1533..........................................31

Plaza

William Smock williamsmock.com 505-610-2600................................110–111

Archaeo Architects archaeoarchitects.com 505-820-7200..........................................14

ARTISTS & GALLERIES

Reservations Inn: 505-984-1193 Restaurant & Bar: 505-982-9966 Open 7 nights a week

Ed Sandoval Gallery edsandovalgallery.com 575-751-3502, 575-770-6360.................47

Larry Bell larrybell.com 575-758-3062, 310-452-3125.................33 Mark White Fine Art markwhitefineart.com 505-982-2073.........................................28 Meow Wolf meowwolf.com 505-395-6369...............................190–191 Patina Gallery patina–gallery.com 505-986-3432.......................................6–7 Paul Biagi studiobiagisf.com 505-424-1745.......................................108 Robbi Firestone robbifirestone.com 505-990-4018.......................................226 Ronnie Layden Fine Art ronnielaydenfineart.com 505-670-6793.........................................46 Santa Fe Weaving Gallery sfweaving.com 866-982-1737........................................IFC Selby Fleetwood Gallery selbyfleetwoodgallery.com 800-992-8877.........................................15 Shirley Klinghoffer shirleyklinghoffer.com.............................27 The SFCA Gallery sfcagallery.com 505-983-6668.........................................22 Tracy Collins earthelegance.net 505-988-3760.........................................45 William Siegal Gallery / Paula Castillo williamsiegal.com 505-820-3300.........................................BC

Rush Creek Editions rushcreekeditions.com 505-982-8293.........................................42

BUILDERS, LIGHTING, FIXTURES & MATERIALS D Maahs Construction (DMC) dmaahsconstruction.com 505-992-8382.........................................10 Destination Dahl destinationdahl.com 505-471-1811.........................................26 Santa Fe by Design santafebydesign.com 505-988-4111..........................................11 FASHION, JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES Aaron Anderson beemanjewelrydesign.com 425-422-3990..........................................21 Alice Bailey Designs shown at: alicebaileydesigns.com 505-474-0505 Handwoven Originals handwovenoriginals.com Santa Fe, NM, 505-982-4118 The Santa Fe Opera Shop santafeopera.org / giftshop 505-986-5949...............................184–185 Beeman Jewelry Design beemanjewelrydesign.com 425-422-3990..........................................20 David Griego Designs santafegoldworks.com 505-983-4562.......................................187 Fairchild & Co. fairchildjewelry.com 505-984-1419.......................................4–5 Jadu Design jadudesign.com 505-695-0777........................................186 Jennifer Kalled maloufontheplaza.com 505–983–9241.................................40–41 Joanna Hadfield Atelier joannahadfield.com 323-617-2501.........................................16 John Rippel U.S.A johnrippel.com 505-986-9115..........................................25 Karen Melfi karenmelficollection.com 505-982-3032........................................8-9 Malouf on the Plaza maloufontheplaza.com 505-983-9241..........................................39 Montecristi Hats montecristihats.com 505-983-9598..........................................43 Pinkoyote pinkoyote.com 505-983-3030...............................240–IBC Santa Fe Goldworks santafegoldworks.com 505-983-4562........................................187 Spirit of the Earth spiritoftheearth.com 505-988-9558..........................................12


The Golden Eye goldeneyesantafe.com 505-984-0040.......................................17

DENTAL Eldorado Dental eldoradodental.com 505-466-0999.....................................239

EDUCATION

Eldorado Dental

Santa Fe Art Classes santafeartclasses.com 575-404-1801....................................226

REAL ESTATE & AUTOMOBILES Land Rover landroveralbuquerque.com landroversantafe.com 866-981-6244; 505-474-0888..............29

eldoradodental.com

Sotheby’s International Realty sothebyshomes.com/santafe 505-988-2533....................................210

If your smile isn’t becoming of you, you should be coming to me. - Dr. Haley Ritchey, DDS

RESTAURANTS, FOOD, DRINK & LODGING Cava Santa Fe eldoradohotel.com 505-988-4455....................................209 Del Charro delcharro.com 505-954-0320.....................................232 El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa ElMonteSagrado.com 575-758-3502....................................209 Heritage Hotels and Resorts hhandr.com 877-901-7666....................................208 Inn of the Governors innofthegovernors.com 505-982-4333....................................232 Museum Hill Café museumhillcafe.net 505-984-900.................................... 231 Open Kitchen openkitchen-dcmetro.com 202-285-9840.............................234–235 Osteria d’Assisi osteriadassisi.com 505-986-5858....................................233 Saveur saveur.com 505-989-4200....................................227 State Capital Kitchen statecapitalkitchen.com 505-690-5977....................................230

505.466.0999

The Compound Restaurant compoundrestaurant.com 505-982-4353.............................228–229

Vanessie vanessiesantafe.com 505-984-1193....................................238

SOCIAL MEDIA & GAMES Loka Creative lokacreative.com 505-603-7190.....................................151 SxTylz txtylz.com 505-988-4226.......................................38

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Photo: Daniel Quat Photography

The Teahouse teahousesantafe.com 505-992-0972....................................236


PHOTOS BY PETER OGILVIE AT GLEN GREEN SCULPTURE GARDEN

220 Shelby Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 505-983-3030 pinkoyote.com


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