Model Clair Westenberg wears surf-loving, summer casual looks styled by Corey Ng. Photographer Max Abadian is behind the lens, flashing Clair in ‘Hang Ten’ for ELLE Canada June 2019.
Top model Isabeli Fontana simmers in ‘Major League’ beach babe looks lensed by Max Abadian for Hello! Fashion July 2019.
Model Arlenis Sosa is styled by Corey Ng in ‘Power Plant’, a lush visual extravaganza shot in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Photographer Max Abadian is on location with Sosa for ELLE Canada June 2019./ Hair by Olivier De Vriendt; makeup by Genevieve Lenneville
Top model Coco Rocha shares the editorial pages of Madame Figaro’s August 31, 2018 cover story with daughter Ioni James Conran and newborn son Iver Eames Conran. Photographer Max Abadian is behind the lens, with styling by Sophie Michaud./ Makeup by Campbell Ritchie; hair by Benoit Moeyaert
Actor Constance Wu believed a starring role in 'Crazy Rich Asaians' was not in her destiny. "Crazy Rich Asians" would be the first studio-made Asian-American movie in 25 years, and Wu's shooting schedule for her sitcom 'Fresh Off the Boat' was a total conflict with this golden opportunity. Constance Wu, who has been a front line crusader for Asian-American representation in Hollywood, would have to sit this historic moment out.
Then she had one more grade A idea worthy of her crazy Asian diva reputation. With her penchant for drama, Wu composed an email to the director of 'Crazy Rich Asianas', director Jon M. Chu.
"I said, I know the dates don't work out and whoever you cast, I will be the first in line and I will be their No. 1 fan and supporter, but I did want to let you know that I would put 110 percent of my heart into this project and I know what to do with it and how to carry a movie and if you can just wait for me, I don't think you'll regret it," Wu, 36, said. "I did NOT think this email would work. I did it more for me so that I felt that I had told my truth. But then he read it and said, "You guys, we've got to push the production."
She got her part, and Constance Wu is making daily headlines deadlines with the launch of 'Crazy Rich Asians'. In these images, Max Abadian captures the star for the September 2018 issue of Fashion Magazine Canada./ Hair by Derek Yuen; makeup by Jo Baker
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Handmaid's Tale actor Yvonne Strahovski covers the April 2018 issue of Fashion Magazine. Styled by Juliana Schiavinatto, Strahovski reflects on her role as Serena Joy Waterford, with images by Max Abadian. The new Hulu season debuts on April 25, weeks after Strahovski has joined Noomi Rapace in 'Angel of Mine', the upcoming Australian psychological thriller directed by Kim Farrant.