Supermodel Kendall Jenner is styled by Patrick Mackie in ‘Fire of Ambition’, lensed by Luigi & Iango for Vogue Russia May 2019./ Hair by Luigi Murenu; makeup by Erin Parsons
Model Abby Champion is styled by Patrick Mackie in ‘Pleats Please’. Photographer Camilla Akrans is seaside — or so it appears — for Harper’s Bazaar US April 2019./ Makeup by Benjamin Puckey’ hair by Conrad DornanRead More
Model Nina Marker is styled by Patrick Mackie in crayloa colors, 60’s-inspired tailoring, lensed in Tunisia. Txema Yeste captures ‘Ancient History’ for Harper’s Bazaar US March 2019. / Makeup by Frankie Boyd; hair by Ali PirzadehRead More
Model Giedre Dukauskaite is styled by Patrick Mackie in ‘Built to Last’, lensed by Camilla Akrans for Harper’s Bazaar US March 2019.
All that’s missing is one hard hat pic and hammer in hand for Giedre to support a message of community-building activism. Women usually like to build consensus and community, not blow it up in the usual military take on utilitarian dressing.
Top model Grace Bol is styled by Patrick Mackie in futuristic, chainmail-inspired fabrics for modern-day warrior goddesses. Txema Yeste captures Grace in ‘Future Of Fashion Starts Here’ for Harper’s Bazaar US March 2019./ Hair by Ali Pirzadeh; makeup by Frankie Boyd
Supertalent Jennifer Lopez is wildly in love in the February 2019 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. Patrick Mackie styles Lopez in body-hugging black swimwear and bodysuits for ‘Fly Me To The Moon’, lensed by Camilla Akrans. / Hair by Lorenzo Martin; makeup by Scott Barnes
In her interview with Carina Chocano, Jennifer Lopez hits all the high notes of her currently wonderful life. It’s her new video made with her daughter Emme that is most special to her in this moment. For the soundtrack of her new movie‘Second Act’, Lopez recorded a new song written by Sia called ‘Limitless’.
“Emme represents that little girl in all of us,” Lopez explains. “The minute you are born a woman, it’s an uphill battle.” In a behind-the-scenes video, you can hear Lopez shouting directions and encouragement as Emme stands up to an imaginary storm, fighting to move forward: “Good girl. Now you’re bent over. Your back foot is stuck…”
Lopez cites the video as a high point of the work she’s done to date.