Model Jane Moseley is styled by Sveta Vashenyak in black widow veiled sensuality lensed by Agata Pospieszynska for Vogue Russia March 2019./ Hair by Amber Duarte; makeup by Natalia Malova
Model Jane Moseley is styled by Solange Franklin in crayola warm hues for ‘Here Comes the Sun’, lensed by Thomas Whiteside for Vogue Espana March 2019./ Hair by Rob Talty; makeup by Sandy GanzerRead More
Painter, sculptor, model Jane Moseley initially rejected the world of modeling, preferring to maintain her integrity as a starving artist, even working on a pearl farm in Tahiti, wrote Vanity Fair in November 2016.
Eventually Moseley became less invested in her image and more invested in a stable income, a decision that has worked well for her.
Turns out that straddling the two worlds wasn’t all that weird for Moseley. Her mother, Lisa Lindsay-Hogg, was a model in the 1980s; her father is cult horror-film actor Bill Moseley, and she’s been obsessed with the grotesque since she was a young girl. In her late 20s, which is middle age in this industry, and covered in tattoos of cartoon-character zombies, Moseley became an unexpected sensation.
Jane Moseley is styled by Eunyoung Sohn in ‘Morning Has Broken’, lensed by Hyea W. Kang for Vogue Korea December 2018./ Hair by Rick Gradone; makeup by Holly Silius
Naomi Chin Wing, Jonny Brown, Anton Jaeger, Emma Boyd, Amanda Murphy, Gemma Ward, Jane Moseley, Luis Bobadilla, Logan, Carly Mark are styled by Patti Wilson in ‘Les Enfants Terribles’. American photographer, model and artist Michael Bailey-Gates is behind the lens for Vogue Italia November 2018./ Hair by Shingo Shibata; makeup by Kanako Tanase
T The New York Times Style Magazine featured Michael Bailey-Gates in March 2018.
Model Jane Mosley is styled by Kerstin Schneider in 'Romantic Punk', lensed by Regan Cameron for Harper's Bazaar GermanyOctober 2018./ Hair by Michael Silva
Model Jane Moseley is styled by Shun Watanabe in 'Remember The Time', one of two cover stories lensed by Thomas Whiteside for Numéro Tokyo May 2018./ Hair by Marco Braca; makeup by Asami Matsuda