Supermodel Bella Hadid covers the November 2019 issue of Vogue Netherlands Dutch Design Issue. Dimphy Den Otter styles Bella in luxe looks from Alexander McQueen, Dior, Rolf Haute Couture, Valentino Haute Couture and more. Sean Thomas is on location, capturing Bella at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Top model Joan Smalls is styled by Dena Giannini in ‘Sunny Side Up’, lensed by Sean Thomas for Vogue UK August 2019./ Hair by Ryan Mitchell; makeup by Jenny Coombs
Supermodel Bella Hadid poses with fans in Solvang, California, located in the Santa Ynez Valley. Jorden Bickham styled Bella in Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Celine, Fendi, Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten and more in a fashion editorial that AOC first took for real.
Photographer Sean Thomas captures the ‘camp’ or ‘kitsch’ fashion scene for Vogue US May 2019. / Hair by Tamara McNaughton; makeup by Romy Soleimani
Top model Edita Vilkeviciute stars in 'The Obsessions', lensed in Marrakech by Sean Thomas for Self Service Magazine Spring/Summer 2018./ Hair by Karim Belghiran; makeup by Georgina Graham
Models and talents Yasmin Le Bon, Rita Ora, Jourdan Dunn, Irina Shayk and Claudia Schiffer gather with Versace's Donatella Versace in 'A Night on the Town with Donatella Versace'. Photographer Sean Thomas is behind the lens for British Vogue April 2018./ Makeup by Lotten Holmqvist
Model Milla Jovovich is styled by Ondine Azoulay, wearing A.P.C. in Sean Thomas images for Self Service Issue 47.
French label A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Création) was founded by Jean Touitou in 1987. Known for its understated, youthful elegance and impressive fit, the Parisian label offers collections with clean lines and simplistic, minimalist styles. A.P.C. was one of the first fashion brands to create a brand aesthetic that fills the space between streetwear and high fashion. Touitou launched the brand to oppose the bold, outspoken and brand-obsessed fashion world of the ‘80s, and the simplistic minimalism of A.P.C. served as a stark contrast to the loud logos. Note that those logos may be coming back loud and clear if Rihanna and Dior have anything to say about it.