Rising model Paloma Elsesser is styled by Rubi Jones in images by Matthew Kristallfor The Sunday Times Style Magazine UK./ Hair by Rubi Jones; hair by Rubi Jones
Model Eliza Cummings is styled by MIchaela Dosamantes in 'Wild, Wild Country'. Photographer Matthew Kristall flashes Eliza and her friend for Glamour Magazine US September 2018./ Hair by Adam Szabo; makeup by Morgane Martini
Models Missy Rayder and Tasha Tilberg are styled by Katie Burnett in 'Going To Extremes', a social commentary on the pursuit of beauty lensed by Matthew Kristall for Allure US November 2017./ Hair by Tamas Tuzes; makeup by Susie Sobol
For insights into a contemporary conversation around the pursuit superficial extremes, read this 2016 review of FACE VALUE: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women's Lives. The New York Times shares the book's point of view.
After the success of 'Wonder Woman', can Charlie's Angels be far behind? And if 'Charlie's Angels' do arrive on the scene to kick some proverbial butt, will Lupita Nyong'o be in the posse? Will 'Charlie's Angels' be an action comedy in the mold of the 2000 film based on the TV series starring Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith, airing from 1976-1981? Or do the days of Trump require a more steely-eyed approach, now that Emmy-award winning The Handmaid's Tale is a runaway hit on Hulu?
Lupita's role in the 'Charlie's Angels' reboot isn't confirmed. For now, Netflix has listened to Twitter users, sealing a deal at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival involving Rihanna and Lupita as a pair of genius scammers, screenwriter Issa Rae and director Ava Duvernay will have to hold us over. Rae’s team confirmed to Vanity Fair in May that "the project is in the works, adding that the original Twitter users who imagined the concept for this film will be credited and included in some form." The plot line works something like this: Rihanna scams rich white men and Lupita is her tech-savvy best friend who maps out the details of the digital heists.
In these images, actor Lupita Nyong'o is styled by Verity Parker in photographer Matthew Kristall's 'The Game Changer' for The Sunday Times Style Magazine October 2017./ Hair by Vernon Francois; makeup by Nick Barose
Model Frederikke Sofie is 'The Danish Girl' styled by Verity Parker in Matthew Kristall images for Vogue UK May 2017./ Hair by Naoki Komiya; makeup by Lotten Holmqvist