Sit back and soak in the sensual masterpiece that is ‘Black Cat Prowl’. Our naughty little kitten in this story is portrayed by total sexpot, Amber Flowers. Amber beautifully communicates shifting attitude and playful energy as she explores the topography of the landscape without and within. The viewer is enticed into following this saucy siren as she liberates her body before the objective lens of photographer James Norton. Here at the Paper, we never claim to stand on ceremony in the selection process of fabulous additions to our liberal platform …and the ‘method to the madness’ of our vision is perfectly encapsulated in this gorgeous, yet edgy, and strongly seductive series. Like great publications that have come before Satiety, we endlessly strive to open the mind wider; to delve deeper into humanity; to cut the constraints of a judgmental society: and above all, to inspire and encourage each of our readers to relish in their personal brand of beauty, albeit large, small, straight or curvy, classical masculinity/simple or detailed and accessorized femininity, short or tall, dark or light, strong or soft…we love every single one of you…just as you are. Go out and celebrate yourself and the beauty you walk in, today (after you check out the complete, amazing series over at Satiety Paper of course). Enjoy!
‘Undefined’…is really more like undefinable. The striking Philomena absolutely mesmerizes us in this straightforward, but faaar from simple, studio editorial. We have the privilege of endorsing the work of photographer Anna Daki once again; as she hits another one out of the park for Satiety Paper’s second issue: The Fall Flight. As we wrap up the last of our swim shoots and reach for our sweaters, it’s a pure pleasure to carry along some of previous contributors into the next phase with us. Anna is one of those creatives that we expect to see many great things emerging from in the future. This dynamite collaboration, frames some of the most exquisite basics that we’re coveting for fall. Just so you can hunt for them as well…the designer’s links are posted in the credit section of the full editorial, for your reference. Enjoy!
‘Hot Child In The City’ is the artistic vision and creation of NYC photographer Stefanie Djie. As is true through out much of her portfolio, Stefanie envisioned an editorial for Hungarian beauty, Cathy Borsi (@ MC2), that would capture the models whimsical youthfulness without over shadowing her playful edge. Cathy’s look was subtly enhanced by the beauty stylings of make-up guru Brandalyn Fulton; while the wardrobe was a collaboration between the photographer and the model her self. This fashion story has Libertine in every breath. Enjoy!
Photographer: Stefanie Djie
Makeup: Brandalyn Fulton
Model: Cathy Borsi @ MC2