Citizen K - Editorial #3

Here is my third and final editorial for this months Citizen K (see the other two here and here) with the same fantastic team as the other two: photos by John Paul Pietrus, makeup by Niki M’Nray, hair by Danilo and styling by Lucia Liu.

CITIZEN K - Editorial #1

I posted the cover last week and my personal behind-the-scenes yesterday, now here is the first of 3 futuristic themed editorials I shot for the magazine. As you can see this one as you can see is clearly influenced by Sean Young’s iconic character in Blade Runner. 

"All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain"

Photos by John Paul Pietrus
Makeup by Niki M’Nray
Hair by Danilo
Stylist Lucia Liu

Harper’s Bazaar En Español - June 2014

Last week I posted the cover, now here’s some of the images from my recent 14 page editorial with Harpers Bazaar. To see all the images please go to my facebook page HERE.

Photographer: Xevi Muntané
Stylist: Almundena Guerra
Hair: Fernando Torrent
Make-up: Romero Jennings
Manicure: Casandra Lamar

Telegraph UK - ‘HOT COCO’ 
March 2014

Who says that sporty can’t be chic? Working with photographer Chad Pitman and one of my favorite stylists and people in the world, Zanna Roberts Rassi, we got to show off the latest in sports-meets-luxe from HermèsGucci, Prada and more in the latest Telegraph. Make sure you read the interview, too!

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Coco

"Coco Pops!" - Harpers Bazaar Australia, April 2014

Shot by Todd Barry, here’s my full editorial and interview featuring dresses from Dolce & Gabana, Lanvin, Jil Sander, Miu Miu, Dries Van Norten and more. Watch the accompanying fashion film HERE if you haven’t already.

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Coco

DRESSED TO KILL - December 2013

You’ve probably heard me talk about my friend Veronica Chu before - she’s my right-hand lady and has been my go-to makeup artist for the last few years (in fact, she did all my makeup on The Face). She and her boyfriend, Moo King, are quite the creative duo and this was actually the first time I got to work with them as a couple. We hope you enjoy the editorial at least half as much as we enjoyed making it! Stay tuned for the behind-the-scenes video.

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Coco

L’Officiel Netherlands - December 2013
"Punk Meets Couture"

I posted the “Punk Meets Couture” cover last week (go here if you missed it). Now here’s the whole punk/grunge-inspired editorial which pushed my new hair cut into uncharted territory for me. I loved it! Hope you do too.

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Coco

French Madame Figaro (Part One) - October 2013

Here’s the editorial I promised you guys! Like I mentioned before, this special “Dress Code” issue was shot in London, Paris, Milan and New York. My editorial was shot in Paris, where I got to wear gorgeous clothes and pose around some cool architecture. I’ll be posting the remaining photos of this shoot later today, so keep an eye out…

Glamour Magazine - November 2013

Anywhere you look on social media these days, there are scissors flying, waves falling, and celebrities and real people alike showing off their brand-new haircuts. Yes, it’s true: the power pixie is back – on Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Charlize Theron, for starters. In truth, short crops have signaled mini social revolutions for decades. There were the Jazz Babies, with their sharp Louise Brooks bobs in the 1920s; Audrey Hepburn’s sheared style in 1953’s Roman Holiday; and Mia Farrow’s gamine ‘do in Rosemary’s Baby, which became the cut of the sixties.

“In the sixties there was really a revolutionary aspect to the cut,” says Bumble and Bumble editorial stylist Laurent Philippon, whose book, Hair: Fashion and Fantasy, comes out this month. “It was a boy’s cut on a woman, and there was the tie to the women’s rights movement happening then.” Today Phillippon finds the boyish streak is more about shock value: “People are feeling the need to be different, to stand out.”

Doing just that is 25-year-old supermodel Coco Rocha, who posed for these photos with a week-and-a-half-old crop, a punkish flop of bang with a shaved undercut. “My hair is so healthy now,” she says. “I cut it because it was breaking.”

So I August, after six months of stewing over it, she took the plunge. “By then she wasn’t even nervous,” she says. Rocha had studied up on red-carpet photos, settling on Tilda Swinton’s chameleon style for inspiration. Then she found just the stylist for the job, Anh Co Tran of the Ramirez Tran Salon in Beverly Hills, known for his short cuts like the elfin ‘do on Ginnifer Goodwin. “Because of work, I had to make sure my cut could do ‘boy’ and ‘girl’, edgy and pretty,” says Rocha.

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