Model Camila Morrone is styled by Juan Cebrian in fall’s tailored leathers, lensed by Thomas Whiteside for Vogue Spain September 2019./ Makeup by Kali Kennedy; hair by Rob Talty
Powerhouse models Adriana Lima and Irina Shayk are a heavenly-made duo in ‘Ellas Tienen El Poder’ (They Have the Power), a sizzling, sexy editorial styled by Juan Cebrian. Strong, sensual femmes-loving photographers Luigi + Iango create the high drama, cinematiccover story for Vogue Spain August 2019.
Actor and activist Penélope Cruz guest edits the April 2019 issue of Vogue España, reminding us all that she is far more a Versace woman than a Chanel one. A woman wears the clothes and not vice versa — a frequently forgotten fact. Cruz actually shoots an editorial in the issue, but here’s she’s styled by Juan Cebrián for ‘Un Papel A Su Medida’, lensed by Luigi & Iango. Note that the horizontal ‘cover’ below is actually a foldout. / Makeup by Pablo Iglesias; hait by Luigi MurenuRead More
Actor Indya Moore is styled by Juan Cebrian in ‘Lights, Camera, ‘Pose’. Photographer Paola Kudacki flashes Indya for Vogue Spain March 2019./ Hair by Lacy Redway; makeup by Ralph Siciliano
Moore has made many headlines in 2019, and we turn to her February Teen Vogue article Indya Moore’s Young Hollywood 2019 Interview on the Groundbreaking Power of ‘Pose’ and the Need for Trans Representation Free From Oppression with writer Gabe Bergado.
As Angel on the groundbreaking, empowering FX series ‘Pose’, nominated for best television drama series at the 2019 Golden Globes, Indya Moore transforms into a trans woman of color doing sex work and becoming too close to a client. Not only does ‘Pose’ tell the story of the trans community, but it tells multiple narratives — that there is more than one way to be trans.
Moore appeared in the most recent Louis Vuitton campaign, and engages in global political convos on Twitter. In fact, the Bronx girl told Vogue before the Golden Globes about removing the lining from her leg-baring silver Louis Vuitton ‘armor dress’ with big, brash shoulders : “I get to decide how my body shows up in any space,” she says. “When I’m walking into a place like the Globes, I want to make it very clear that how I show up is to further the freedom of everybody.”
Model Elise Crombez is styled by Juan Cebrian in images by Bjorn Iooss for Vogue Espana February 2019./ Hair by Conrad Dorman; makeup by Courtney Perkins
The high impact of Sudanese and South Sundanese models — and African-born women generally — has been breathtaking over the last year. Recent editorials suggest that no one — least of all great beauties like Shanelle Nyasiase — is taking his or her foot off the gas pedal. It’s as if the fashion industry has finally had a moment of long overdue reckoning, and the results are just magnificent.
Shanelle is styled by Juan Cebrián in haute couture from Valentino — the two-page appliqued halter dress; Givenchy — the blue sparkling cape; Dior — the green pleated dress above and much more holiday magnificence. Photographer Txema Yeste captures the extraordinary visual elegance in Paris — where else — as ‘Verde que te quiero verde’ for Vogue Spain December 2018./ Hair by Karim B; makeup by Tatsu Yamanaka