Victoria's Secret Fashion Show stylist and editor of 10 Magazine Sophie Neophitou presents a visual mashup of the Victoria's Secret x Balmain collab for 10 Magazine's S/S 2018 issue. Models Aiden Curtiss, Amilna Estevao, Cindy Bruna, Grace Bol, Herieth Paul, Josephine Skriver, Leomie Anderson, Maggie Laine, Martha Hunt and Sara Sampaio are lensed by British photographer Derek Ridgers./ Hair by Tina Outen; makeup by Ayami Nishimura
Model Alanna Arrington is styled by Caroline Christiansson in 'A Star Is Born', lensed by Gilles Bensimon for Maxim US March/April 2018./ Hair by Nicolas James; makeup by Seiko Nishigori
Victoria's Secret Angel Elsa Hosk gets the feather treatment, styled by Amanda Alagem in Oscar de la Renta, Alexander McQueen, Vera Wang Bridal and more. Photographer Kenneth Willardt captures Elsa for Harper's Bazaar US March 2018.
Photographer Nadine Ijewere captures model Bhumika Arora, styled by Laura Stoloff in 'Pattern Play' for WSJ Magazine March 2018./ Hair by Junya Nakashima; makeup by Chichi Saito
Supermodel Helena Christensen makes a dramatic drop-in to the pages of online SBJCT Journal. Erin Walsh chooses looks from Versace, Tom Ford and Oscar de la Renta in images by Christian Hogstedt.
Oprah Winfrey stepped into the philanthropy box Tuesday, joining George and Amal Clooney,in also committing a $500,000 donation and general pledge of support for March for Our Lives in partnership with Everytown for Gun Safety. The event is being organized by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Both Clooneys will also participate in the Washington, DC demonstration on March 24, being organized by the surviving students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
The March for Our Lives is organized by Stoneman Douglas students Cameron Kasky, Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg, Alex Wind, and Jaclyn Corin, in partnership with Everytown for Gun Safety. “I'm just a high school student,” Kasky wrote in a recent op-ed, “and I do not pretend to have all of the answers. However, even in my position, I can see that there is desperate need for change—change that starts by folks showing up to the polls and voting all those individuals who are in the back pockets of gun lobbyists out of office.”
The articulate voices of the students have overwhelmed open-minded adults across America. On Twitter, Winfrey compared the Stoneman Douglas student organizers Cameron Kasky, Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg, Alex Wind, and Jaclyn Corin to the Freedom Riders of the 1960s who “also said we’ve had enough and our voices will be heard.”
Model Hailey Baldwin is styled by Anna Trevelyan in 90's-inspired looks from Chanel, Off-White and Missoni. Mariano Vivanco captures the cupcake colors for ELLE US March 2018.
Models Binx Walton and Hiandra Martinez join forces in a sexy, tailored looks fashion and lingerie editorial styled by Haley Wollens. Pierre-Ange Carlotti is behind the lens for 'Fashion Underground' for Purple Fashion S/S 2018./ Set designer Jesse Kaufmann
Talent Janelle Monae is styled by Sara Moonves in 'Noir Town", lensed by 'Get Out' director and writer Jordan Peele for W Magazine Vol. 2 2018./ Hair by Nikki Nelms; makeup by Dick Page
The scene according to W: A private investigator is standing in a clock tower taking photographs of a parade. She is a woman, played by Janelle Monae, searching for clues to a murder. As the detective stares through the lens, she begins to realize that one of the bystanders on the ground looks exactly like her. Then she sees another identical face. And another. Suddenly, the sea of potential suspects are visions of herself. Are these women good? Are they evil? And why are these twinlike alter egos haunting her? “I wanted to create a Hitchcock moment that doesn’t really exist in a Hitchcock film,” explained Peele.
Peele, who was standing on the fourth floor of the abandoned Palace movie theater in downtown Los Angeles, had constructed a scenario that paid homage to the mystery and intrigue of Hitchcock masterpieces like 'Vertigo' and 'Psycho'. Just as 'Get Out' is Peele’s subverted and original take on unsettling classics like 'Rosemary’s Baby' and 'The Stepford Wives', 'Noir Town' replaces Hitchcock’s uniformly white protagonists with a woman of color.
Models Rianne Van Rompaey and Adwoa Aboah are styled by Sara Moonves as poignant, prairie girl princesses of the modern age. Photographer Luca Guadagnino captures the drained, empty gazes that speak loudly for W Magazine #2 2018./ Makeup by Dick Page; hair by Akki