Finnish model Suvi Koponen highlights Dior’s pre-fall 2019 collection, styled by Elin Svahn in muted earth colors in fluid fabrics. Photographer Zoe Ghertner captures Suvi for Dior Magazine Issue #27.
Rising model Ugbad Abdi is styled by Julia Sarr-Jamois in ‘A New Face, A New Story, A New Era’. Zoë Ghertner is in the studio, captuing casual, minimal sophistication with modern head gear as ‘A New Face, A New Story, A New Era’ for i-D Magazine #356 Summer 2019./ Makeup by Fara Homidi; set design by Spencer Vrooman
Rising Somali model Ugbad Abdi is considered to be Fall 2019’s breakout star. She credits fellow-Muslim refugee model, Minneapolis-based Halima Aden as her inspo. “Before Halima, I just assumed there was no place for the hijab in the fashion industry,” Ugbad told i-D. “I have now realised that Muslim women can be anything we want to be.”
Model Julia Nobis is styled by Suzanne Koller in lean, architectural looks in neutral colors for ‘Minimalisme, Nouvel Épisode’, lensed by Zoë Ghertner for M Le Magazine du Monde’s March 2019 issue./ Hair by Rudi Lewis; makeup by Thomas De KluyverRead More
Who better than fashion icon and supermodel Amber Valletta to front Porenza Schouler's FW 2018 campaign as it explores "the heritage of American craft through the lens of a voyager." Valletta is increasingly associated as a leaders among models of the American craft movement.
Shot by photographer Zoe Ghertner, the Proenza Schouler images captures "a surrealist American landscape, embracing the macramé, artisanal tie-dyed, and patchwork pieces of the collection and embodies the spirit of the outdoor freedom and wide open spaces."
Model Fran Summers shows off looks from Zara's Spring/Summer 2018 collection, lensed by Zoe Ghertner. / Makeup by Thomas de Kluyver; hair by Holli Smith
Supermodel Natalia Vodianova is styled by Camilla Nickerson in 'Under Wraps', lensed by Zoe Ghertner for Vogue US July 2018./ Hair by David Harborow; makeup by Karim Rahman
Photographer Zoe Ghertner shoots Binx Walton and Hiandra Martinez, styled by Julia Sarr-Jamois for i-D Magazine Spring 2018./ Hair by Jimmy Paul; makeup by Thomas de Kluyver
Photographer Zoe Ghertner and Roberto Cavalli's new creative director Paul Surridge head to California's Simi Valley for the brand's new campaign. Dutch star Birgit Kos is captured in a dry location, celebrating the spring/summer 2018 Roberto Cavalli collection before the arrival of killer mudslides currently threatening much of Ventura County.