Janiece Dilone Takes 'A New Adventure' In Sonia Szóstak Images For Porter Edit May 3, 2019

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Janiece Dilone Takes 'A New Adventure' In Sonia Szóstak Images For Porter Edit May 3, 2019

Rising model Janiece Dilone is styled by Helen Broadfoot in ‘A New Adventure’, lensed by Sonia Szóstak in Morocco for Porter Edit, May 3, 2019./ Hair by James Rowe; makeup by Dariia Day

Emma Sells sits down with Dilone in to talk her own life adventure. The daughter of Dominican Republican immigrants — number eight in a linup of ten siblings— goes by her surname now. “I talk to my mom every single day,” she says. “I love her so much. My parents are both so hard-working and I’m so grateful for them because I have such a great work ethic because of them.” Only her family, her girlfriend, and early-modeling friends call her Janeice.

Vincent van de Wijngaard Flashes Saskia, Guinevere, Dilone & Achok For Beauty Papers S.S 2018

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Vincent van de Wijngaard Flashes Saskia, Guinevere, Dilone & Achok For Beauty Papers S.S 2018

Models Saskia de Brauw, Guinevere Van Seenus, Dilone and Achok Majak convene in 'The Narcissism Myth. Katelyn Gray styles the quartet in images by Vincent van de Wijngaard for Beauty Papers Spring/Summer 2018 . / Hair by Rudi Lewis; makeup by Siobhan Furlong

Dilone Billboards Fashion's Logo Love In Paolo Kudacki Snaps For Vogue Spain March 2018

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Dilone gets the logo treatment, styled by Juan Cebrian in fashion's current embrace of brand-promotion.This season, fashion's approach to logos is to rework, destroy and mutate them, evidenced perhaps by Dilone's non-traditional, safely irreverent visual poses? Trendmeisters assure us that the new logo approach isn't about status; nor are they a purely visual gag.  Okay, if you say so, but this sounds like word salad to me. Paola Kudacki is in the studio, flashing Dilone for Vogue Spain's March 2018 issue./ Makeup by Ralph Siciliano; hair by Lacy Redway

Pharrell Williams All Stars Light Up Vogue US December 2017, Shot By Mario Testino

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We couldn't be happier to see Pharrell Williams, holding court with Imaan Hammam on the cover of American Vogue's December 2017 issue, shot by Mario Testino. Williams shares the coveted cover slot with Meryl Streep in an issue dubbed 'Then & Now'. As US fashion magazines all reflect a move into mindfulness, Vogue takes a look back at the great minds and brilliant artists who've made impactful changes in culture, beauty, politics and fashion. 

Life in Trumplandia needs every shot of positive adrenalin that we can get.  Imagine waking up on Sunday to find Trump calling you a "hater and a fool" because you are genuinely concerned about Russian involvement in the US election. Adding insult to injury, our illiterate president writes " There always playing politics . . . " rather than the correct "They're always playing politics . . . ". It's exhausting, frankly. 

The creative genius Pharrell Williams digs deeply into his post 2016 election soul as an avid Hillary Clinton supporter, reflecting on life in Trumplandia and his evolving brand of activism.  Then Pharrell lights up the pages of Vogue in this Mario Testino editorial styled by Lucinda Chambers featuring Afrodita Dorado, Dilone, Lineisy Montero, Janaye Furman, Alton Mason, Samile Bermannelli, Aiden Curtiss, Aya Jones, Selena Forrest, Joan Smalls & more