Archive for May, 2011
Greg Kadel photographs Martha Steck in a surf inspired story for the June issue of Vogue Spain
Fashion Editor is Katie Mossman, Hair by Peter Gray and Makeup by Mariel Barrera
Walter Chin photographs some striking New Yorkers for the May Issue of Max Italy such as Max Snow, Michael Crowell Sr., Chris Cragoe, Lou Asaro, Franco Lacosta and Miles McMillan
Styling by Mark Holmes, Hair by Anna Bernabe, and Casting by Victoria Shubayeva
Gregory Harris photographs a bevy of talent for Issue 7 of Dossier
Fashion editor is Melissa Ventosa Martin, Hair is Ashley Javier, Makeup is Eric Polito, and Talent is Heather Schwalb, Tristan, Shea, Kay Goldberg, Cole, Coco Young and Sophia Warren
Greg Kadel photographs Eniko Mihalik for a beauty story in the May issue of Vogue Italia
Makeup by Fulvia Farolfi, Hair by Diego Da Silva and Styling by Brian Molloy
Karan has been working and residing in New York with her daughter and husband since 1997.
Praised for her individual and sophisticated vision of fashion, she is known for her support of up and coming talents and for the iconic collaborations with noted photographers including: Sarah Moon, Gregory Harris, Yelena Yemchuck, Toby McFarlan Pond, Chadwick Tyler, and Guy Aroch.
Born in Rome, Valentina now lives and works in New York with her husband, writer Brantly Martin.
Lou has had the opportunity to work alongside some exemplary set designers at the beginning of his career. Their influence and support allowed him to harness his craft and carve a niche in the set and production design industry. As a result, Lou has acquired a multitude of skills that can support any production.
In 2004, Lou launched 11th Street Workshop, a one-stop design and fabrication shop. Eight years later, 11th Street Workshop is a staple in the production and design industry as a highly reputable set shop that services hundreds of clients yearly.
Over a decade working in the production and design industry; Lou has collaborated with some of the most prolific photographers in the world including: Norman Jean Roy, Greg Kadel, Steven Klein, Annie Leibowitz, Peter Lindbergh, and Steven Meisel.
His editorial work include: American Vogue, Italian Vogue, German Vogue, Russian Vogue, Numero, V Magazine, Interview, Elle, and countless of other magazines. His clients include BMW, Prada, Longchamp, Hermes, BCBG, H&M, David Yurman, Victoria’s Secret, Tumi, and Pennyblack.
Lou has also taken his art direction talent into music videos, commercials, and fashion events.
Lou is a lifelong resident of New York City.
After a successful career as a fashion stylist Beverley turned to prop styling to express her passion for travel, food, art and design.
Editorial credits include: Harpers Bazaar, Esquire, CITY Magazine, L.A. Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appetit, Surface magazine, Departures.
Advertising clients include: Gucci, Calvin Klein, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Ann Taylor, Bloomingdales, American Express, and other international premium brands.
Photographers include: Patricia Heal, Anthony Cotsifas, Ilan Rubin, Hans Gissinger, David Prince, Richard Pierce, Horacio Salinas, Rick Burda, Frédéric Lagrange, and Lendon Flanagan
Beverley is a native of England and currently resides in New York City.
Gregory Harris photographs Britt Maren for the June 2011 issue of Numero Tokyo
Fashion editor is Sarah Ellison, Makeup by Karan Franjola and Hair by Jeff Francis
Greg Kadel photographs Hailey Clauson in an old-west inspired story for the May issue of Numero
Styled by Patti Wilson, hair by Duffy, makeup by Mariel Barrera, and manicure Alicia Torello