The Libertine

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‘Just Hairitage’ | Theres Alexandersson, Johanna Jonsson And Sandrah Hellberg By Mikael Schulz For Tush Magazine | Summer 2012

 

Tiiu Kuik By Charlotte Wales For Foam Magazine | Summer 2012

 Styling by Clare Byrne

‘All-Star Everything’ | Julia Suszfalak By Markus Pritzi For Vogue Germany | June 2012

Amy Hixson By Pasquale Abbattista For Elle Germany | June 2012

‘French’ | Astrid Berges Frisbey By Jonas Bresnan For Glamour France | July 2012

 

‘Red Light Rendezvous’ (NSFW) | Emily Ratajkowski By Jonathan Leder | Summer 2012

Gabriela Mia By David Bellemere For Digital Temple | June 2012 (NSFW)

 

Marlena Szoka By David Bellemere For Marie Claire Italia Beauty | July 2012

client: marie claire italia bellezza s/s 2012
editorial: un’aria tropicale
photographer: david bellemere
stylist: elisabetta massari
make-up: tatsu yamanaka
hair: terry millet
model: marlena szoka

Ophelie Rupp And Siri Tollerod By Boo George For Erdem Resort 2013

 

“Erdem Moralioglu’s designs recently crossed over into the heady realm…Did that hint of control-related ennui imply a designer on the brink of a breakout? Not really. Propriety still ruled, even if its grip on the collection wavered here and there. Erdem cited the Amish as a starting point, as well as a photo essay called Las Mujeres Flores, about a German settlement in Mexico. (His bookshelves are always laden with such fascinating ephemera.) What both shared was the idea of a closed world where craftsmanship thrives, a little like haute couture, actually. In fact, Erdem joked that his collection was Amish couture. “There’s a human hand to it,” he added. ‘That’s what I find interesting.’

The reference was most obvious in the hexagonal patchwork that recalled Amish quilts, but if that sounds just about as proper as proper gets, consider that it was most striking in the weird glamour of a midnight navy suit: tone-on-tone lace appliqué, worn-looking lamé sleeves, and big jeweled buttons that glittered darkly. Perhaps it was the folksiness of the patchwork contrasted with the sophistication of the components that made a shift stitched from hexagons of tweed and silk crepe jacquard appear so unhinged. The patchwork looked heavy, especially in comparison to the airy charm of something like a cotton poplin blouse with a print in Venetian blue that could have been rococo Rorschach blots. Erdem likes the tension of opposites, but here, heavy and light were pulling too hard. All that crepe contributed to a retro mood. (Even Erdem’s first foray into bathing suits had a fifties squareness.) Looking for something breezier, there were sweater and skirt sets, those languid gowns will always be winners, and, ultimately, Erdem’s pursuit of the off-kilter can’t help but yield a peculiar beauty.”

-Style.com

‘Cubism’ | Karin Z. And Victoria Palmer In Tze Goh By Ksenia McBell For WeTheUrban Magazine Issue #3 | 2012

“Cubism is the device by which fashion was flattened; it will always be remembered in any era of flat dresses”

Client: WeTheUrban Magazine Issue #3

Designer: Tze Goh

Photography: Ksenia McBell

Styling: Chloe Mak

Hair/MUA: Aga Dobosz

Models: Karin Z and Victoria Palmer @ Nevs