Ruth Bell Is Lensed By Marilyn Minter In 'Hear the Bell' For Out Magazine May 2019

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Ruth Bell Is Lensed By Marilyn Minter In 'Hear the Bell' For Out Magazine May 2019

Model Ruth Bell is styeld by Yashua Simmons in ‘Hear the Bell’, lensed by Marilyn Minter for Out Magazine May 2019./ Hair by Braydon Nelson; makeup by James Kaliardos

Phillip Picardi interviews Ruth Bell, writing the Trumpian headline ‘How Self-Proclaimed Butch Lesbian Became A Fashion Supermodel. It may be time to introduce the Washington Post fact-checker for fashion exaggeration.

Make no mistake, we love Ruth Bell and wouldn’t be featuring these cool Marilyn Minter images if we didn’t. But seriously! Have you noticed that no one is a fashion model anymore? We have only one status, and everyone is a supermodel. It’s the most abused word among fashion writers.

Nigerian Uptown Girl Olamide Ogundele Is Lensed By David Michael Burns For The Editorialist SS2019

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Nigerian Uptown Girl Olamide Ogundele Is Lensed By David Michael Burns For The Editorialist SS2019

Stylist Yashua Simmons styles Nigerian golden girl Olamide Ogundele in memorable images that surely get Dapper Dan’s stamp of approval . David Michael Burns captures Olamide in Harlem as the consumate uptown girl for The Editorialist Magazine SS 2019.

Jenna Dewan Lets Loose In Dennis Leupold Images For Cosmopolitan US January 2019

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Jenna Dewan Lets Loose In Dennis Leupold Images For Cosmopolitan US January 2019

Actor, dancer and Kardashian girl squad member Jenna Dewan is body beautiful, covering the January 2019 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. Styled by Yashua Simmons in sporty workout and swim wear, Jenna is lensed by Dennis Leupold./ Makeup by Patrick Ta; makeup by Kristin Ess

Dewan doesn’t linger over her painful split from Channing Tatum after nine years. Her new dog Cosmo is devouring her with joy, while she prepares the launch of her wellness-focused beauty line. Cosmo assumes it will touch on her dancer roots, which are the cornerstone of her sexuality.

"When I'm feeling out of touch with myself, especially with my sexuality, I dance," she says. "I immediately drop back into my body, and I feel it’s where my sensuality lives. It’s kind of a carnal feeling when I dance."