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May 2013 Issue #08

ELLIS FAAS NEIL MOODIE / LIZ MARTINS

SCA R LETT JOH A NSSON

C H LO E S EV IGNY

MORITZ PAUL MAKE-UP & NAIL ARTIST ARTHUR AUINGER PHOTO


C O N T R I B U T O R S

Sam Chapman and Nico A R T D I R E C T O R S Daniel Crawford A D V E R T I S I N G E N Q U I R I E S Dom Sm EDITORS

NEIL MOODIE

International hairstylist, director of Windle & Moodie Salon/WAM hair tools. Likes Sushi and dogs. LIZ MARTINS

A make-up maverick with a passion for fashion, music, innovation and creation! RUTH CRILLY

Fashion model, beauty enthusiast, writer of fiction and non. (Grade 8 Clarinet!) STACEY OAKES

Make-up artist, Pixiwoo course co-ordinator, blogger and PR for Pixiwoo. LISA KIRWAN

Professional make-up artist, writer, lover of art, words, music and all things British! ASHER COLEMAN

Make-up artist, nail tech, fashion graduate and full-time dork! CORINNA HARROD

Professional make-up artist and beauty blogger. Worked in non-fiction at HarperCollins. F R E Y– J A B A R K E R

London based make-up artist and skincare specialist. Lover of all things that sparkle!

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Not a day passes where we don’t appreciate how lucky we are to work in an industry we love with lots of talented people. We hope that our features on the wonderful Ellis Faas, Celena Hancock and Val Garland inspire you too. As always, if you want to be part of the TWO conversation tweet us @TWOmagazine or if you want to submit fashion, beauty shoots or written articles then please email us at submissions@two-magazine.com – Sam x

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06 MOST WANTED Our round up of loveliness

08 GINGER BOMB Moritz Paul and Arthur Auinger

16 BEST OF Male grooming

20 PROFILE‌ Ellis Faas, chats to TWO

32 FAVOURITE 3 With Nicola Haste

34 SKINCARE Our skin expert Frey-ja Barker

44 ICONS Golden girl Scarlett Johansson

40 MOODIE THOUGHTS Introducing Paul Sloman

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50 HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER Richard Grassie and Sam Chapman

60 TALES FROM THE CHAIR Liz Martins’ monthly column

66 BUSINESS MODELS Ruth Crilly with Lauren Gregory

70 INSPIRATION The legendary Val Garland

76 WHAT THE PRO’S CARRY Celena Hancock ’s kit bag

82 BEAUTY Rio Romaine and Cassie Steward

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// A R T I S T P R O F I L E //

When did you decide that you wanted to become a make-up artist… what made you think ‘That’s what I want to do’? I did a photography course when I was 16 and the subject was narcissism. We had to make self-portraits and I kept on changing myself with make-up. I loved the instant nature of make-up – the instant transformation. At the time, I didn’t even realise that make could be a profession, but my mother noticed an ad for a make-up school in Amsterdam, so that was the first ‘official’ make-up education I enjoyed. You trained at the Christian Chauveau Technical School of make-up in Paris, how did this prepare you for a career in the beauty industry? The thing that was great about this school was that you had all make-up materials at your disposal to experiment with, something I would not have been able to as a young girl. The atmosphere was inspiring and I loved being buried in make-up 24 hours a day and had very little else on my mind. I still believe though that self-tuition is even more important in creating your own style.

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What’s your make-up style? Is there a particular period that has influenced you? I am a child of the eighties and I perfected that technique. After that I let the technique go and my hand became more free and loose. I like to apply make-up quickly so it is not flawless and flat, but still has some poetry; rather an eyeliner that suggests movement than a perfect line. Who or what inspires you? I like looking at beauty myths and giving them a different twist. For instance I like to make fun of the ridiculous statements from other makeup companies who claim their mascara will make your lashes sooo much longer – then I make a picture with lashes of surreal length.


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Which other make-up artist has helped you along the way in your career? I had some hero make-up artists in my life that I admired from afar, but nobody directly comes to mind who actually helped me... I never assisted anyone for instance. People that helped me were photographers and stylists like, Mario Testino, Emmanuelle Alt, and Karl Lagerfeld...

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How has growing up in The Netherlands influenced the way you work? Holland is a great country for industrial design, painting of course, and colour, but I am not sure to what extent that has influenced me. More likely is that my ideas about style and make-up is influence by the Dutch sense of freedom and the nonconformist attitude

Which person (or thing) defines beauty for you? Children! No matter what they look like, I love their honesty and curiosity. It shows in their faces.

You have worked with some of the world’s most legendary photographers and famously collaborated with Mario Testino. Tell us how this came about? Mario came to Amsterdam to do a shoot for L’Uomo Vogue and he was looking for a local artist to work with. So he asked all agencies to send him books of their artists, and he picked me. He later told me that it was especially my book with special effects Do you feel the industry that had intrigued him. During the shoot we has changed since you first hit it off on a personal level, and he liked started? I believe it has become a huge the fact that I work so fast – my nickname industry! As said before, I did in the business is ‘Ellis fast’ – so he then took me all over the world, introducing me to not even realise at first that being a make-up artist was numerous influential people. a job. There were very few You originally trained as a photographer schools and there was very little information. Nowadays yourself – do you still have a passion for it? I see so many people who are Yes, absolutely! I do not think I am a great photographer, but I believe I am great at passionate about make-up. capturing make-up, and that process is still my favourite pastime. I shoot all the visual for my brand and I love that I can just book a model, put her down in my house and work with her without anyone interfering. W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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What made you decide to create your own make-up brand? Frustration that what I wanted as a woman did not exist on the market yet. So I had to make it myself. What are your plans for the future? Any exciting new products you would like to tell us about? I am working on a range of lip shades in a fourth texture, and this one will be extreeeeeemely long-lasting, but without the usual drying out of the lips – I believe I have created a texture that is really comfortable to wear. And I am also trying to expand the portability of our products, but with an extra possibility to introduce compact products, such as compact foundation. And for after that I luckily have many more ideas to make the brand grow.

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4. PU M I CE S TO N E For those of you looking for something a little less fragranced a Pumice stone is available from any chemist or even supermarkets. The stone will gently exfoliate rough skin usually rounded in shape and can be used on hands, feet, elbows and knees. Use on wet or damp skin and buff away the roughness. 5. B LI S S G LA M O UR G L O VE S A magic moisturising 20 minute softening treatment. The gloves are lined with gel that not only instantly softens even the hardest working hands but lasts for up to 50 uses. This self-activating gel softens, smoothes and hydrates hands with olive oil, grape seed oil and vitamin E. These work miracles for even the driest, sore, cracked skin. Now there’s a perfect excuse to leave the washing up and sit back and relax. For those on a budget why not create your own version of these by massaging olive oil or your favourite hand cream into your hands and pop on a fresh clean pair of cotton gloves.

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Paul’s background is as an Art the fashion book trade and he’ of +SUBTRACT, a design, edi commissioning, print/productio agency. He’s quiet and unassum honest in his opinions – I feel that he’s offered to work with project (more on that another for the tease but I can’t say an yet). Paul has some amazing n launching this spring that I thi know about and consider buyi coffee table.

A couple of years ago, over a had a discussion with Andrew Prestel/Random House (one o leading art, architecture, photo design publishers) about putti something that looked more ge fashion photography. Their discu into a focus on exciting new d in fashion photography that h been documented.

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such as Daniele+Iango and Alice Hawkins. It is also intended to work as an introduction to looking at fashion photography more seriously. Compiled and written by Paul himself, with an introduction by legendary fashion journalist Tim Blanks this is Paul’s favourite book that he’s worked on to date.

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The layout for the book is amazing, with strong, interesting and mesmerising fashion imagery, some that I’ve seen and some not. I love how Paul introduces the reader to lesser known photographers with a synopsis of their work and has mixed it with the established photographer’s images, showing how fashion photography has evolved, especially with the advancement of digital work. So if there’s one book you should buy for yourself or as a gift for close, fashion conscious friends this year it’s New Fashion Photography, releasing this month in the UK and May in the US. It will be available at all leading book stockists. Paul has two other books being published soon which you should also check out Shoe Obsession (Yale/The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York) and Common Ground (Yale). Other books Paul has worked on include: Isabella Blow, Daphne Guinness, Balenciaga and his Legacy and Gothic: Dark Glamour.

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Paul’s awards include: 2012 British Book Design Award for Book Art (Gestalten/Page One), AAM Design Award for Madame Gres (The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York) and AAM Design Runner-Up Award for Gothic: Dark Glamour (The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York).

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WIT H H ER H USKY V O ICE A N D R ELAX ED PERSO NA, SCARLET T J O HA N SSO N ‘ S EFFO RT LESS CO O L HA S T R A N SF O R M ED HER FROM CHILD ACTOR TO HOLLYWOOD STARLET AND MODERN SCREEN ICON

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hen director Sofia Coppola cast former child star Scarlet Johansson as Charlotte, a twenty-something neglected young wife and fish out of water in Lost in Translation, many would have expected the 18 year old to be too young and inexperienced for such a demanding role but her accomplished performance alongside comedy legend Bill Murray instantly made her one of Hollywood’s most in-demand actresses. A native New Yorker, Scarlett Johansson was born into a creative family – her Danish grandfather was a screenwriter and her mother a producer – singing and acting in musical theatre from the age of just 8 Johansson was ‘one of those jazz-hands kids.’ Her first critically acclaimed role was in 1998s The Horse Whisperer. The film star and director Robert Redford said she was ‘13 going on 30,’ an early recognition of the maturity of her performances.


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Following Lost in Translation and Girl With A Pearl Earring Johansson took on a variety of projects that included the crime thriller The Black Dalia and several collaborations with director Woody Allen. Aside from acting she fronted tongue-in-cheek ad campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, released two albums and became a Global Ambassador for Oxfam. After her award-winning Broadway debut in the 2009 production of Arthur Miller’s A View From The River Johansson returned to the big screen as comic book villainess Black Widow in Iron Man 2. Last year she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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WATCH RUTH’S BEHIND THE SCENES VLOG FROM PALM SPRINGS

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T HE CH AIR

Liz Martins brings you INSIDER TIPS and

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ust before I left for Shanghai I managed to squeeze in a fabulous beauty shoot for Volt magazine – I had free reign to do whatever I wanted as long as it was bold and colourful – you don’t need to ask me twice! I love playing with colour and textures and always turn to my reliable Make Up For Ever 12 Flash Colour Palette. From using the colours straight out of the palette to mixing up new ones this product just brings me JOY! The creamy consistency means it’s fabulous on both eyes and lips and I can turn the colour matte instantly with my new favorite NARS Light Reflecting Setting Powder, this amazing product will not alter the colour, letting whatever it is you are setting remain true to

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colour. I have also become a huge fan of NARS Correct and Perfect Concealer, these easily blendable tubes of medium coverage concealer obscure imperfections and have a soft matte finish which is my preferred skin texture this season. I used this and only this on the models skin for this beauty story. Another amazing rediscovery is my Kryolan eye palettes, in a myriad of colours and textures from matte to cream I can’t go anywhere without them now, they are highly pigmented so you can build them up from a wash to vivid bright colour – AMAZOID! For the lip’s on this shoot I used Giorgio Armani’s Lip Maestro – I can’t get enough of these, they go on like a lip gloss but leave the lips with a velvet semi matte texture – a real winner.

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Another discovery this month left me gob smacked – I was introduced to a world first by CARGO – waterproof blush – yes I can hear you all going yeah yeah whatev’s… but in front of my very own eyes these amazing blushers which come in 3 pretty shades, were immersed in a jug of water… I waited and after a minute they were retrieved and low and behold the water just vanished, not a drop penetrated the product. This will be perfect for festival season coming up – no more streaky sweaty blush cheeks – it will definitely be used on my artists at Glastonbury for sure!

I must end on congratulating the fantastical make-up whizz that is Val Garland – I had the pleasure of being invited to her MAC Master class on March 27th and she took us on a journey of make-up that was beyond sublime… from a retrospective of looks for Alexander McQueen to last season’s Cocteau inspired make-up for Vivienne Westwood, it was a nigh of make-up magic that was unforgettable. I’m about to board… next stop Shanghai!

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his season the focus was on skin, with shows such as Bluemarine, Sportmax and Tommy Hilfiger sending the models down the runway with perfected luminous skin, cementing the look as a huge trend for Spring/Summer 2013. Terry Barber described the trend for skin as ‘almost as if you are seeing make-up through skin care’ – in other words the make-up had to look as though only skincare had been used. In addition to this beautiful skin,

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‌Life Beyond The Lens


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AS A MODEL, LAUREN GREGORY STARRED IN CAMPAIGNS FOR HIGH-END BRANDS SUCH AS VIVIENNE WESTWOOD AND DIESEL, WORKING WITH SOME OF THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHERS. AS A BUSINESSWOMAN, SHE’S TURNED AROUND THE FORTUNES OF TWO NORWICH PUBS, ESTABLISHED AN EVENTS COMPANY AND BUILT QUITE A NAME FOR HERSELF IN THROWING THE BEST PARTIES IN TOWN.

Lauren, tell us about the start of your modeling career. How did it all start? I was starting my first degree at St Martins when I was spotted in Topshop in Oxford Circus. I was off to a rave that evening and was more interested in getting my outfit together than the poor Models 1 scout! I forgot all about it and a week later shaved off my hair and bleached it blonde (the joys of being an art student) but then got a call from the agency to say I had to go and see Vivienne Westwood. I felt an absolute idiot walking in to the agency to show them my shaved head, but thankfully Vivienne liked it and I got the job for her campaign.


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Did you see modeling as a career? No, it was absolutely a short term fix. I was daft at that age and couldn’t think about much more than going out and having nice shoes. But I was a student, and it meant that I didn’t have to get a loan – super lucky! Do you think that modeling opened up any doors for you or inspired future career choices? Yes of course. I’ve met lots of celebrities, been given lots of nice clothes, make-up and hair products. Been to lots of good parties. But it can also be very superficial and it gave me quite a determination to get some groundings. Tell me about life after modeling. You seem to have built quite an empire! It started with a pub in Norwich called The Birdcage. It was very run down and I don’t know what possessed me to do it but I just thought ‘let’s do something fun, let’s build a business… ‘ After that you got bitten by the business bug? Yes. For a few years I worked in music as a PA and in tour management but I’ve now got two pubs. My second, the Sir Garnet, is right in the center of Norwich Market and is steeped in history. At the Sir Garnet we wanted to look after local suppliers and go back to the basics

“I’ve met lots of celebrities, been given lots of nice clothes,make-up and hair products.Been to lots of good parties.But it can also be very superficial” – Lauren Gregory

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of what pubs should be about; a great place to come and have a natter. With the world of twitter and social media it’s nice to have a face-to-face conversation once in a while! We are also starting the renovations to turn upstairs in to a private members bar. Never a dull moment! It’s hard to imagine you can fit much more into your life, but you do – tell us about Lullaby Inc. It’s my events company – we do pop-up parties, fashion events and weddings. A recent event for Uniqlo and Lulu Guinness saw me (and a whole load of gin-bribed friends) gluing 1,000 individually crafted Lulu lips onto drinking straws!

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Still suffering for fashion, then! But if it keeps you in shoes… Talking of shoes, do you think that your years as a model gave you an unhealthy appetite for fabulous things? No I think I must have had that in me. Frankie (my daughter) will absolutely not go out without her red Start-rite shoes at the moment so it must be genetic! I hate lazy dress sense... you can look amazing buying the right things from Primark so there’s no excuse for wearing your pyjamas and Uggs to go and meet your friends. Not in my books.


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VAL GARLAND


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al Garland has been hot property in fashio since the early 1980s. After founding the h Garland and Garland salon in Sydney she switc to make-up, and London. Her outrageous stylin caught the eye of Alexander McQueen and sin then she has been constantly in demand from names like Nick Knight, Mario Testino, Stephe Klein, Chloe, Givenchy, Miu Miu, Dior and YSL.

Relentlessly experimental, Garland takes every project as a new challenge and creates individ inspired looks from scratch. Her boundary-pus approach attracted the attention of Lady Gaga Garland has worked with her on projects includ the iconic ‘Alejandro’ video, the extraordinary prosthetics on the Born This Way cover and Ga jaw-dropping live show at the 2011 Grammy’s

Innovation and artistry are the hallmarks of Va career and she still works with the brightest sta in fashion including Mary Katranzou, Marios Scw Tim Walker, and Alisdair McLellan.

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What are your favourite tools and why? Brushes, lots of brushes, I like to work with Art brushes and I often use a brush in a different way than it has been designed- for lips I use a concealer brush. I like the flow of hand to brush stroke it feels more painterly. Your show looks are very unique and have a playful element, how do you come up with such bold looks? Research, Research, Research! Name one thing that nobody knows about you? I’m a great cook. Has there ever been a point in your career that you have felt star struck? I don’t really get star struck. You have done some incredible editorial campaigns, can you remember your first big job and what made it memorable? My first break was doing a shoot for “Follow me” Magazine in the 80’s in Australia, Emma Balfour was the model and she was going out with David Sims at the time I thought I’d died and gone to heaven.

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Basic Kit Essentials

CELENA HANCOCK THIS MONTH WE FOCUS ON THE KIT OF MAKE-UP ARTIST CELENA HANCOCK. FROM HARD ROCK TO POP, CELENA SPECIALISES IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND IS THE PERSONAL MAKE-UP ARTIST OF POP PRINCESSES, THE SATURDAYS. What was your route into make-up? After travelling the world as a long haul air stewardess for Virgin Atlantic, I wanted to pursue a career that gave me the freedom to still travel, was creative and also combined my love of music and glamour! Makeup artistry was my choice. After completing a 1 year course in Fashion and Media makeup, and still flying twice a month,

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normally to my favourite destination, LA, I got a job at MAC working part time. I left Virgin after 911 when they offered redundancy and continued my makeup W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013

training and experience at MAC by practising all day, every day, being inspired by other artists working there and being on the Pro Team for events and Fashion Week. I got a break in music when

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37. Lancôme Eau Fraîche Douceur 38. M  AC Golden Iridescent bronze loose powder 39. M  akeup Forever HD Foundation 40. MAC Dazzleglass lipglosses 41. Jao Hand Sanitizer 42. MAC Lip Mix W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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BEAUTY PHOTOGRAPHER

RIO ROM AIN E

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CASSIE ST EW A R D US I NG N AR S

WWW.CASSIEMAKEUP.COM HAIR

ELENA ELEF T HER IO U

US I NG B U M BL E AN D BU M BL E MODEL

ISO BEL AT ST O R M

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PRODUCTS USED // NARS PURE RADIANT TINTED MOISTURISER, NARS BRONZING POWDER IN LAGUNA, NARS CREAM BLUSH IN PENNY LANE, NARS LIGHT REFLECTING LOOSE SETTING POWDER, NARS BROW PENCIL IN IPANEMA, NARS LARGER THAN LIFE LENGTHENING MASCARA, NARS SOFT TOUCH SHADOW PENCIL IN DARK RITE, NARS MATTE EYESHADOW IN OUTREMER, NARS VELVET GLOSS LIP PENCIL IN FRIVOLOUS, NARS LIP LAQUER IN CHELSEA GIRLS W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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PHOTOGRAPHER

R I O R OMAINE MAKE-UP

C A S SIE STE WARD HAIR

E L ENA E L E FT H ERIO U MODEL

I S O BE L AT S TO RM

PRODUCTS USED // NARS PURE RADIANT TINTED MOISTURISER, NARS BRONZING POWDER IN LAGUNA, NARS CREAM BLUSH IN PENNY LANE, NARS LIGHT REFLECTING LOOSE SETTING POWDER, NARS BROW PENCIL IN IPANEMA, NARS LARGER THAN LIFE LENGTHENING MASCARA, NARS EYELINER STYLO IN CARPATES, NARS LIP LINER PENCIL IN JUNGLE RED, NARS SEMI MATTE LIPSTICK IN RED LIZARD W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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PHOTOGRAPHER

R I O R OMAINE MAKE-UP

C A S SIE STE WARD HAIR

E L ENA E L E FT H ERIO U MODEL

I S O BE L AT S TO RM

PRODUCTS USED // NARS PURE RADIANT TINTED MOISTURISER, NARS BRONZING POWDER IN LAGUNA, NARS CREAM BLUSH IN PENNY LANE, NARS LIGHT REFLECTING LOOSE SETTING POWDER, NARS BROW PENCIL IN IPANEMA, NARS LARGER THAN LIFE LENGTHENING MASCARA, NARS SOFT TOUCH SHADOW PENCIL IN CORCOVADO, NARS LIP LINER PENCIL IN JUNGLE RED, NARS SEMI MATTE LIPSTICK IN RED LIZARD W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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PHOTOGRAPHER

RIO ROM AIN E MAKE-UP

CASSI E ST EW A R D HAIR

ELENA ELEF T HER IO U MODEL

ISO BEL AT ST O R M

PRODUCTS USED // NARS PURE RADIANT TINTED MOISTURISER, NARS BRONZING POWDER IN LAGUNA, NARS CREAM BLUSH IN PENNY LANE, NARS LIGHT REFLECTING LOOSE SETTING POWDER, NARS BROW PENCIL IN IPANEMA, NARS CREAM EYESHADOW IN MYKONOS, NARS LARGER THAN LIFE LENGTHENING MASCARA, NARS SATIN LIP PENCIL IN BISCAYNE PARK, NARS PURE SHEER LIP TREATMENT IN GRETA W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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RYAN HANDY

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GRACE COOLE-GREEN WWW.GRACEMUA.CO.UK MODEL

LIZZIE FLETCHER

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LIZ MARTINS

Salon System have teamed up with top make-up artist Liz Martins; whose work includes shoots for Vogue, Elle, Tatler and celebrities Girls Aloud, Cheryl Cole and Shakira. Known as the Lash Queen, Liz has designed lashes for the Girls Aloud Tours and was brought in to revamp the make-up looks on the X Factor in 2010. Now she has brought her expertise to the launch of her very own lash collection – Liz Martins Lash Enhance, exclusively for Salon System.

DESIGN Explore your creativity, apply individually or layer lashes together in any number of variations for a totally unique and individual style.

SELECT Add volume and length to enhance and define. Natural and intense individual lashes.

THE COLLECTION... ELEVATION Dramatic lash that draws attention to the centre of the eye.

ENHANCE Combines depth and length to enhance and open the eye.

DEFINE Adds volume and definition to lower lashes.

INSPIRE Classic inspired lash with a touch of light.


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FROM SPAGHETTI STRAPS AND BARE MIDRIFFS TO RETRO BLOW-OUTS AND THE BARELY THERE MAKE-UP, ’90s INSPIRATION WAS EVERYWHERE ON THE SPRING/SUMMER 2013 CATWALKS. BUT BEFORE YOU START LINING YOUR LIPS OR TWISTING YOUR HAIR AGAIN, LET TWO INSPIRE YOU WITH A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE LIFE OF NINETIES POSTER GIRL CHLOË SEVIGNY.

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orn on the 18th of November 1974 and raised in Darien, Connecticut Chloe Stevens Sevigny (without umlaut) enjoyed a carefree childhood. Her father was an interior designer descended from a 17th-century French aristocrat, the Marquise de Sevigne. Her mother, originally from Poland, was an elementary school teacher. During her earliest school years Chloë knew that she wanted to act. She scored roles in all her school plays and attended theatre camps during the summer holidays. However in high school she started losing interest in both acting and school itself, often skipping school to hang out with her brother’s skater friends. At 18 she moved to Brooklyn, New York and was discovered at a newsstand by Andrea Lee Linett, Editor of teen magazine, Sassy. Linett encouraged Chloë to appear in a photo shoot and afterwards took her on as an intern for the summer. This led to modelling jobs and appearances in pop videos including Sonic Youth’s Sugar Kane. Her biggest job offer came when she was booked to shoot with renowned fashion photographer Steven Meisel for Italian Vogue, but she never showed up.

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Chloë wasn’t a self-promoter like most celebrities, but in the mid ‘90s Jay McInerney elevated her to the status of Manhattan’s leading It girl by writing a seven page profile entitled ‘Chloe’s Scene’ for The New Yorker. Published in the November 7, 1994 issue McInerney’s piece dubbed her ‘the coolest girl in the world’. ‘Today the term [It girl] is used to describe, say, Peaches Geldof — a girl who doesn’t do anything but is just sort of around. When I got called the It girl everyone thought I was that too. I looked like a junkie because it was the 1990s and grunge was the fashion. But I felt I was doing stuff, not just being a socialite’ Playboy 2011. Unlike a lot of girls who at some point hung out in the wrong crowds, Chloë chose well. Her crowd was driven, artistic and wanted to make movies. A skater friend Harmony Korine who she would later date was also trying to carve out an artistic career in the big apple. His big break came when he ran into Larry Clark and ended up writing the film Kids, a controversial yet definitive film of that decade. It turned out to be Chloë’s acting debut. She played a teen who loses her virginity to an HIV infected boy and her touching portrayal W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Female. Not too shabby for a debut performer wearing her own clothes! Tragically in 1996, when she was still in her early twenties, Chloë’s father David passed away from cancer. He was a major influence in her life W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013

and obviously inspired her own fashion sense… ‘He had some serious style. Fedoras, trenchcoats – very classic. He even wore those straps [garters] that hold socks up.’ Chloë became the epitome of grungy New York and took her first serious steps into the fashion scene when she began

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working as a creative director for Imitation of Christ. IOC as fashionistas called it was her close friend Zara Subkoff’s thrift-to-fabulous clothing label and Chloë helped her to edit the collections and style the models. When the economy went under so did IOC but then, Chloë always had indie films to get back into. In 2000 she was Oscar-nominated for her role in the Boys Don’t Cry and played Jean in the film adaptation of American Psycho alongside Hollywood superstar Christian Bale. She followed this with a string of films that went largely unnoticed. Well, that was until Vincent Gallo’s Brown Bunny (2003) her most controversial role to date.

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Her role in that film was so extreme many critics and audiences felt it would be the end of her career but surprisingly it opened up doors to more mainstream movies such as 2007’s Zodiac. Chloe also graced the small screen with a bit part in Will & Grace (2004) and playing the lead role in 2005 HBO drama Big Love for which she won a Golden Globe. However, in 2008, with no films lined up for release and on a break from Big Love, Chloë reset her focus from acting to fashion. In addition to appearing in ads for French fashion W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


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house Chloé’s new ‘Chloé’ fragrance, and campaigns for Louis Vuitton, H&M and Mui Mui, she debuted her first line of clothing... a collaboration with Humberto Leon’s hip New York label Opening Ceremony that showcases talent from around the world. Her first collection ‘Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony’ was a mix and match ready-to-wear line influenced by both ’90s and ’50s fashion. It was an immediate success and sold out in all 100 boutiques, despite the high price tags (items ranged from $150-$595). In the same year for a consecutive six months, Chloë was featured as a Style Advisor for Elle magazine UK, offering fashion advice to the fashion conscious. She also featured as a spokesperson for MAC cosmetics Viva la Glam campaign which raises funds and awareness for AIDS.

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Although her collaboration with Opening Ceremony was marketed as being a one-off, in 2009 Chloë showed the fall/ winter line at London Fashion Week featuring prints by Liberty of London and has released collections every year since. Her latest includes a heavy nod to the sixties. ‘I basically make whatever my friends and I want to wear; it’s completely selfish!’

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KT AULETA FOR OPENING CEREMONY

Unlike most celebrities, Chloë does not hire a stylist and regularly does her own makeup favouring her lashes over any other feature. Her own style, a mixture of vintage and designer pieces has made her notorious among the fashion set and she often graces the best dressed lists. She has made some bold choices both in fashion and in her career and most of them have paid off. So if you’re thinking of rocking the ’90s trend, do it with angst and don’t forget to add an umlaut to your name! W W W.T WO -- M AGA ZI N E .CO M I S S U E 08 // M AY 2013


// T H E V A U L T //

…BEC AUSE SOME T HINGS A R E WOR T H WATCHING AG A IN

UNHINGED: LINDA ÖHRSTRÖM © HUNGERTV

MAKE-UP: LINDA ÖHRSTRÖM ASSISTANTS: LAYLA MEHMEDAGHI & SALLY MARSHALL STYLING: SCOTT ROBERT CLARK HAIR: ALI PIRZADEH AT CLM NAILS: JOANNA WEBB SET: DOMINIC CHINEA MODELS: ALLIE AT STORM, RAMONA AT NEXT, RUBY AT SELECT CAMERA: RANKINFILM VIDEO EDITOR: JACK SUTCLIFFE

Witness what creeps out of the shadows of Linda’s mind. This deliciously dark story is a collaboration between Stockholm born make-up artist Linda Öhrsröm and legendary photographer Rankin for Hunger TV. Now based in London, Öhrsröm is one of the most sought-after artists in the industry and creative behind the “exploding make-up” concept. Amazing!


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