Supermom Coco Rocha Covers DScene #10, Captured by Igor Cvoro

Top model Coco Rocha covers DScene issue #10, styled by Christopher Maul for images by Igor Cvoro.

Contributing writer Sheri Chiu conducts the interview, opening with : ‘Since the last time I interviewed you in 2013, you’ve accomplished so much including, but not limited to, the publishing of Study of Pose, becoming owner and director of Nomad Management, and now spearheading your own model camp. There is a common thread: guiding and teaching. “

It’s important to note two important omissions on Coco’s accomplishment list — the births of two children — daughter Ioni and in April 2018, her son Iver Eames Conran. It was Ioni who made Rocha’s pregnancy public, proclaiming in an Instagram video posted by Rocha in December: “Surprise, there’s a baby in mommy’s tummy!”

Tyler Mitchell Captures Kiki Layne + Stephan James In 'Easy Street' For Vogue US January 2019

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Tyler Mitchell Captures Kiki Layne + Stephan James In 'Easy Street' For Vogue US January 2019

Brooklyn photographer Tyler Mitchell returns to Vogue US January issue, turning his gaze from Beyonce to models Kiki Layne and Stephan James. Camilla Nickerson styles the duo in ‘Easy Street’ images steeped in seventies nostalgia, as the young leads of Barry Jenkins’s ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ find love against the backdrop of Harlem. / Hair by Jimmy Paul; makeup by Dick Page

RollingStone reviews the film in ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Review: Barry Jenkins’ Ode to Love and Heartbreak, saying that the Oscar-winning director’s follow-up to ‘Moonlight’ gloriously brings James Baldwin’s beautiful, bittersweet prose to life

Imaan Hammam Power Walks Into London Times Sunday Style By Giampaolo Sgura

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What’s the big deal about Imaan Hammam, asks The London Times Sunday Style.

First, Hammam isn’t a reality TV star or sprog of a famous model. The daughter of Moroccan and Egyptian parents, she was raised Muslim in Amsterdam, speaking Arabic at home. Second, she has a (relatively) normal body — meaning actual boobs and a bum. And then there are the wild cheers and whistles, from both men and women, she garners each time she walks down a runway. Or in Hammam’s case, power-strides down it.

Stylist Verity Parker loves her Versace, perfect for a power-strider Wonder Woman like Hammam. Giampaolo Sgura is behind the lens for the December 9, 2018 edition.