The Last Magazine celebrate their 10th issue this Spring and Summer. To celebrate this the magazine has created ten different covers featuring models such as Malgosia Bela, Joan Smalls, Natasha Poly, Anja Rubik, Nadja Bender, Liu Wen, Iselin Steiro and Karmen Pedaru – captured by the best photographers within the industry. Above a picture of the the gorgeous Natasha Poly from inside the magazine. Underneath some of my favorite covers.
The debut of the new magazine System is set to May this Spring and it is a deep-thought magazine about the fashion industry brought to us by an editorial board of very influential persons – Alexia Niedzielski & Elizabeth von Guttman (editors at Interview magazine and co-founders of Ever Manifesto), Jonathan Wingfield (former editor of Numéro), Thomas Lenthal (art director of the journal Paradis) and stylist Marie-Amélie Sauvé. Their aim is to explore the social environment of fashion in context of what happens when a designer leaves a fashion house or an e-commerce site overtakes a traditional retailer. First interview puts focus on Nicolas Ghesquière, who is photographed by Juergen Teller. I am really looking forward to this issue, not only because of the in-depth interview with Ghesquière but also since it is covering profiles such as Yves Carcelle and Azzedine Alaïa. For now, System will be released twice a year, and hopefully that will continue on.
I love this cover of AnOther Magazine featuring Michelle Williams – the laid back look with the boyfriend jeans and college sweater styled with a completely non-matchable accessory, a feather hat. The pictures is photographed by Willy Vanderperre. Inside the magazine there was also an editorial that caught my eye with Kati Nescher photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Mattias Karlsson. Wouldn’t mind every single look! Yet again, we can spot the Céline fur slippers…
Just spotted this editorial in Numéro Tokyo April 2013 issue. I am having a soft spot when it comes to denim editorials, I just love it. Simple, cool, classic, and most important of all – so inspiring. Carolyn Murphy is styled in denim on denim paired with cool statement accessories, like the Saint Laurent S/S13 felt hat and leather harnesses. The editorial is photographed by Nino Munoz.
The new issue of Numéro Magazine hits the stands this week and the cover features Aymeline Valade by Richard Bush. I find it so beautiful. Numéro always transmit a certain feeling that I can’t put my finger on. A good feeling of course, since it makes me want to run down to the store and get the magazine. I couldn’t find any editorial pictures from it yet, so I have gathered some favorites from recent editorials underneath. First out: Wild by Gregory Harris starring Missy Ryder, Wide Angle by Anthony Maule starring Janice Alida (I love that Miu Miu coat from the S/S13 collection…) and Céleste Ulysse Fréchelin.
First of all, great cover. Heather Marks looks stunning in an amazing Valentino gown. Second of all, that clutch from Louis Vuitton is amazing! So cool. I have begun to dig Louis Vuitton pieces – leather goods, clucthes, shoulder bags….you name it. Ok, not the cheesy one, by all means. But the cool and retro stuff. I’ll show you more what I mean later. Anyway, this cover is photgraphed by Xevi Muntané for Haper’s Bazaar Spain December 2012.
Special guest editor for the Vogue Paris December/January 2012/2013 issue is no more than the first lady of France, Carla Bruni. With her bohemian taste she shares her inpirations, musical preferences and more in this Christmas doubble-issue. As well as modelling for one of the editorials photgraphed by Mario Sorrenti, Carla Bruni also fronts the cover, snapped by Mert & Marcus, looking super fresh with her amazing fringe and a washed-out denim shirt. Editor in chief, Emmanuelle Alt, is a very good friend of Carla, and she said that “It has been a real pleasure to create this special Christmas issue with an old friend“. Pretty cool to have that opportunity. This highly maximized issue hits stores today, on Decemer 3rd.
Swedish Ulrika Lundgren is the woman behind the super cool and chic brand Rika. She started a couple of years ago, when she still worked as a stylist, with making bags for her photo-shoots. The request upon her bags became huge, and that’s how Ulrika started her own line. At first with bags only, but with time she expanded it with a clothing line, her own boutique in Amsterdam, Maison Rika (which is her small Boutique-hotel in Amsterdam) and her very own paper. The 7th issue of her Rika Magazine is now available in stores and the paper is a cool mix of great inspo, features and editorials. The last couple of times the Rika Magazine has been released Ulrika has this amazing get-together-party in Paris to celebrate a new issue.