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At home with Lou and Nils Schoof
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At home with Lou and Nils Schoof

Photography We spent some quality time and had a great conversation with Lou & Nils Schoof during these quarantine times.   Who are you (the long answer, no cheating by just giving your name!) and what is your profession (as in, how do you define it, rather than just the job title it has)?   L&N: We are siblings. We share a lot of main elements in our lives such as the house we live in when we have time off work, the passion for food, sustainability and nature. Also, we love creating things together. We are in constant exchange, shoot eachother, give ideas, work on projects. That's what drives us!    L: It feels interesting to me, how this answer never is easy to answer on. Im ever changing and it is hard for me to define myself. Also typical for our time, where we want all doors to be open and the future to be unwritten. What is a red thread in my life is curiosity, I guess. Modeling brought me to the creative industry and I love finding new perceptions, projects and elements to play with.    N: Nils Schoof is my name, my life is built out of many facets. One of them is taking pictures and getting pictured. I try to learn and to live most of the time, but that does not work out all the time.   How do you think Covid-19 will effect the fashion industry both long-term and short-term?  How do you see the impact of Corona crisis on the general perception of fashion? Do you believe everything will just go back to normal after Covid-19, or how do you see it will be?   L: We live in an overly informed, yet quite hesitant and passive society when it comes to acting upon information. Humans, I read, are good at deciding and acting when consequences lie in the near future. The urgency of climate change action for example - a relatively slow and long termed process- is harder to understand for the human brain.  Covid sets things in perspective.  The unimaginable all of a sudden becomes reality. People have to act now, change happens fast and as a direct reaction to information.  The unimaginable such as not flying, reduction of work and consumerism, focus on the presence and the direct world around us.  This all is doable, we experience.  Experience teaches. Change happens.  Personally, I made my decision about leaving the norm in the fashion industry last year, while actually spending some weeks in isolation in my northern german eco home. I since then only work with brands and on projects with authentic sustainable commitment. Slowing down processes and raising their quality is another big theme for me.      How do you spend your Quarantine time and are you still able to create while being quarantined?   L: I create nonstop and photograph so much since being quarantined. I love the process of finding inspiraton in solitude.  I spend quarantine riding my racing bike, jumping into lakes and baking bread. Also I lay around in the fields, the garden, the woods and on the beach with a book in my hands.   N: I spend most of the time studying for the university. In the end, I think that gives me even more drive to create. It is the same as with laughing in a church -if you are not allowed to or can not, you ABSOLUTELY have to! So in that way quarantine is pushing me in a very nice direction and brings back a natural force.    What is in your planning for this year and how will Covid-19 effect that?   L : I had plans before lockdown happened, but I guess my job is the best training to become a person living the moment and taking life day by day. Things change and that is good - if you are willing to do so too.  The last weeks have not been planned, yet been filled with unexpected and gamechanging experiences. I have grown without pursuing growth. Thats wonderful to realise.    N: I planned to go to several concerts this year and a bicycle tour from Germany to Italy with my bicycle i designed and built from scratch - if I cant do that, I will for sure find other things to do. In general, I don’t have big plans because I prefer to live now and not tomorrow   What is your favourite painting and has it inspired you for any of your work thus far?   L: We have in fact been inspired by old angelic paintings for this shoot, such as Michelangelo's unimitable artwork in the sistine chapel.  Creating modern day paintings with a camera is a beautiful approach.    -What keeps you rooted?    L: To observe and re-experience the well known. to go deeper, basically like roots digging their way down to stand stable - and know their origin and surrounding.    N: What keeps me rooted is the knowledge that there are people who I love and they love me. Love and trust are fundamental things in my life.   -What gives you wings?    L: Ideas! New opportunities I create for myself, for the world around. The unexpected, the butterflies in the belly.    N: Two things on this earth let me take off from the ground. 1. People or myself burning for something and learn from each other- sharing moments - sharing point of views 2. Nature which is so old and powerful. You can go with every intention into nature and you will come back satisfied.   -What is the coolest new thing you have learnt since being quarantined?   N: I learned to press myself out of the L-sit into the handstand-  I have been training for a while!   L: I will have my first ever singing lesson tonight! I am so excited!   What's your work-from-home style like during these times?   L: Summer has arrived so I am barefoot and in my favorite shorts and tank tops.  Still wearing my favorite jewellery. My german countrylife uniform!    N: I join the uniform!   Tell us something about yourself that isn't on your resume (a secret skill, a hobby, a previous job or fun fact about you).   L&N: We grow our own vegetable garden. You can harvest pumpkin, herbs, zucchini, beans, potatos,  fennel, carrots, salad, garlic and a lot of fruits and nuts from the trees! Everything tastes so much better when fresh and plucked with your own hands.    What inspired you to start working in the fashion industry? And what are you most proud achieving of thus far?   N: Before I started working in the fashion industry, I never thought about working there. I was always interested in dressing myself and try new things. At this point I am proud of having workded with some of my idols in fashion, art and phtography and having learned and observed people  working in such different and inspiring ways.    L: I have always been interested in photography and art, yet this world seemed very distant and abstract to me when I was younger. I got scouted and went straight to New York after finishing high school.  Im proud of that my life makes me reconsider, find new paths and truth now and then, grow in creativity. What makes me truly grateful are the unique people around me, the beauty of nature and my own strength.   What is your favourite song at the moment and why? Do you have a playlist that you would like to share with us?   L: Some days ago, a friend sent me a small, self-written song that is about visiting and staying at our country home. Listening to it while sitting in my living room made me extremely happy.   N: The last weeks I really liked B2 from Bladehouse, it’s a small label which I found on soundcloud while working out. It is hard for me to find music which I can do sports to. This one allows me to think and focus, yet it is there for giving me motivation for the next sprint, set or jump!     What is the first thing you like to do when you wake up, and last thing you like to do before going to bed?   N: In the morning I have a quick snack and a coffee, then the day starts and I go from where I have to. Before going to bed I write my diary.    L: I have a coffee and then I do my yoga workout. Every morning.  Laying in bed at night, i prepare my wings to lift me up high, fly over the experienced day, create new realities. All night long and to inspire the next day.    How is it like being models and photographers both?   L&N: It adds so much! You get a deeper understanding for the different elements and people that only together make a good picture.  Capturing and being captured  Also, you start being more playful and open for perspectives, angles. Also shooting each other has given a new language to our siblings relationship.    You can follow them on instagram: @louschoof & @nilsschoof We spent some quality time and had a great conversation with Lou & Nils Schoof during these quarantine times.   Who are you (the long answer, no cheating by just giving your name!) and what is your profession (as in, how do you define it, rather than just the job title it has)?   L&N: We are siblings. We share a lot of main elements in our lives such as the house we live in when we have time off work, the passion for food, sustainability and nature. Also, we love creating things together. We are in constant exchange, shoot eachother, give ideas, work on projects. That's what drives us!    L: It feels interesting to me, how this answer never is easy to answer on. Im ever changing and it is hard for me to define myself. Also typical for our time, where we want all doors to be open and the future to be unwritten. What is a red thread in my life is curiosity, I guess. Modeling brought me to the creative industry and I love finding new perceptions, projects and elements to play with.    N: Nils Schoof is my name, my life is built out of many facets. One of them is taking pictures and getting pictured. I try to learn and to live most of the time, but that does not work out all the time.   How do you think Covid-19 will effect the fashion industry both long-term and short-term?  How do you see the impact of Corona crisis on the general perception of fashion? Do you believe everything will just go back to normal after Covid-19, or how do you see it will be?   L: We live in an overly informed, yet quite hesitant and passive society when it comes to acting upon information. Humans, I read, are good at deciding and acting when consequences lie in the near future. The urgency of climate change action for example - a relatively slow and long termed process- is harder to understand for the human brain.  Covid sets things in perspective.  The unimaginable all of a sudden becomes reality. People have to act now, change happens fast and as a direct reaction to information.  The unimaginable such as not flying, reduction of work and consumerism, focus on the presence and the direct world around us.  This all is doable, we experience.  Experience teaches. Change happens.  Personally, I made my decision about leaving the norm in the fashion industry last year, while actually spending some weeks in isolation in my northern german eco home. I since then only work with brands and on projects with authentic sustainable commitment. Slowing down processes and raising their quality is another big theme for me.      How do you spend your Quarantine time and are you still able to create while being quarantined?   L: I create nonstop and photograph so much since being quarantined. I love the process of finding inspiraton in solitude.  I spend quarantine riding my racing bike, jumping into lakes and baking bread. Also I lay around in the fields, the garden, the woods and on the beach with a book in my hands.   N: I spend most of the time studying for the university. In the end, I think that gives me even more drive to create. It is the same as with laughing in a church -if you are not allowed to or can not, you ABSOLUTELY have to! So in that way quarantine is pushing me in a very nice direction and brings back a natural force.    What is in your planning for this year and how will Covid-19 effect that?   L : I had plans before lockdown happened, but I guess my job is the best training to become a person living the moment and taking life day by day. Things change and that is good - if you are willing to do so too.  The last weeks have not been planned, yet been filled with unexpected and gamechanging experiences. I have grown without pursuing growth. Thats wonderful to realise.    N: I planned to go to several concerts this year and a bicycle tour from Germany to Italy with my bicycle i designed and built from scratch - if I cant do that, I will for sure find other things to do. In general, I don’t have big plans because I prefer to live now and not tomorrow   What is your favourite painting and has it inspired you for any of your work thus far?   L: We have in fact been inspired by old angelic paintings for this shoot, such as Michelangelo's unimitable artwork in the sistine chapel.  Creating modern day paintings with a camera is a beautiful approach.    -What keeps you rooted?    L: To observe and re-experience the well known. to go deeper, basically like roots digging their way down to stand stable - and know their origin and surrounding.    N: What keeps me rooted is the knowledge that there are people who I love and they love me. Love and trust are fundamental things in my life.   -What gives you wings?    L: Ideas! New opportunities I create for myself, for the world around. The unexpected, the butterflies in the belly.    N: Two things on this earth let me take off from the ground. 1. People or myself burning for something and learn from each other- sharing moments - sharing point of views 2. Nature which is so old and powerful. You can go with every intention into nature and you will come back satisfied.   -What is the coolest new thing you have learnt since being quarantined?   N: I learned to press myself out of the L-sit into the handstand-  I have been training for a while!   L: I will have my first ever singing lesson tonight! I am so excited!   What's your work-from-home style like during these times?   L: Summer has arrived so I am barefoot and in my favorite shorts and tank tops.  Still wearing my favorite jewellery. My german countrylife uniform!    N: I join the uniform!   Tell us something about yourself that isn't on your resume (a secret skill, a hobby, a previous job or fun fact about you).   L&N: We grow our own vegetable garden. You can harvest pumpkin, herbs, zucchini, beans, potatos,  fennel, carrots, salad, garlic and a lot of fruits and nuts from the trees! Everything tastes so much better when fresh and plucked with your own hands.    What inspired you to start working in the fashion industry? And what are you most proud achieving of thus far?   N: Before I started working in the fashion industry, I never thought about working there. I was always interested in dressing myself and try new things. At this point I am proud of having workded with some of my idols in fashion, art and phtography and having learned and observed people  working in such different and inspiring ways.    L: I have always been interested in photography and art, yet this world seemed very distant and abstract to me when I was younger. I got scouted and went straight to New York after finishing high school.  Im proud of that my life makes me reconsider, find new paths and truth now and then, grow in creativity. What makes me truly grateful are the unique people around me, the beauty of nature and my own strength.   What is your favourite song at the moment and why? Do you have a playlist that you would like to share with us?   L: Some days ago, a friend sent me a small, self-written song that is about visiting and staying at our country home. Listening to it while sitting in my living room made me extremely happy.   N: The last weeks I really liked B2 from Bladehouse, it’s a small label which I found on soundcloud while working out. It is hard for me to find music which I can do sports to. This one allows me to think and focus, yet it is there for giving me motivation for the next sprint, set or jump!     What is the first thing you like to do when you wake up, and last thing you like to do before going to bed?   N: In the morning I have a quick snack and a coffee, then the day starts and I go from where I have to. Before going to bed I write my diary.    L: I have a coffee and then I do my yoga workout. Every morning.  Laying in bed at night, i prepare my wings to lift me up high, fly over the experienced day, create new realities. All night long and to inspire the next day.    How is it like being models and photographers both?   L&N: It adds so much! You get a deeper understanding for the different elements and people that only together make a good picture.  Capturing and being captured  Also, you start being more playful and open for perspectives, angles. Also shooting each other has given a new language to our siblings relationship.    You can follow them on instagram: @louschoof & @nilsschoof

Alexander McQueen Spring & Summer 2020 exclusive by Don McCullin
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Alexander McQueen Spring & Summer 2020 exclusive by Don McCullin

Fashion Taken from artwork painted by hand in the Alexander McQueen studio, calligraphy flowers are woven into jacquards for signature tailoring and printed onto cotton poplin shirting. In guchsia, black, ivory and indigo, they blossom from delicate inky watercolours to x-ray florals and exploded kaleidoscopic blooms mirrored and magnified in scale.     All images shot by Don McCullin. Taken from artwork painted by hand in the Alexander McQueen studio, calligraphy flowers are woven into jacquards for signature tailoring and printed onto cotton poplin shirting. In guchsia, black, ivory and indigo, they blossom from delicate inky watercolours to x-ray florals and exploded kaleidoscopic blooms mirrored and magnified in scale.     All images shot by Don McCullin.

Yasmin Wijnaldum by Hugh Lippe
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Yasmin Wijnaldum by Hugh Lippe

Fashion Yasmin captured by Hugh Lippe in our second edition.    TEAM CREDITS: Fotografie: Hugh Lippe at Print & Contact Styling: Lisa Jarvis Talent: Yasmin at The Society Management Haar: Lucas Wilson using Bumble and bumble / Home Agency Make-Up: Ralph Siciliano at The Wall Group Manicurist: Dawn Sterling at Statement Artist using Pear Nova Props Stylist: Kounthear Kuch Production: Zhelma San Millan at Navia Vision Locatie: Industria Studios Casting: Timotej Letonja Fashion Market Assistants: Sierra Smith and Share Koech Yasmin captured by Hugh Lippe in our second edition.    TEAM CREDITS: Fotografie: Hugh Lippe at Print & Contact Styling: Lisa Jarvis Talent: Yasmin at The Society Management Haar: Lucas Wilson using Bumble and bumble / Home Agency Make-Up: Ralph Siciliano at The Wall Group Manicurist: Dawn Sterling at Statement Artist using Pear Nova Props Stylist: Kounthear Kuch Production: Zhelma San Millan at Navia Vision Locatie: Industria Studios Casting: Timotej Letonja Fashion Market Assistants: Sierra Smith and Share Koech

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McQueen Creators #McQueenNature
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McQueen Creators #McQueenNature

Photography This week Alexander McQueen is inviting to submit photography taking inspiration from nature: now more than ever its beauty and ability to regenerate is a symbol of hope and quiet power. With that in mind they will simultaneously unveil a series of images shot during the lockdown, commissioned by the house, by photographers who are both long-standing McQueen collaborators and emerging talent and based all over the world.   Their brief to them was the same: to capture their perceptions of nature during this moment of global quarantine. As always, followers will be asked to upload their images tagged @AlexanderMcQueen #McQueenCreators #McQueenNature. A selection of submitted images will then be featured across their social media channels.     The photographers featured along with the locations in which they are shot are as follows: Adama Jalloh from Peckham, London, UK. Image shot in Peckham, London Alice Schillaci from Milan, Italy. images shot in Milan, Italy Chloe Le Drezen from London, UK. image shot in Melbourne, Australia. Eddie Wrey from London, UK. Image shot in Berkshire, UK Luis Alberto Rodriguez from Berlin, Germany. Image shot in Berlin, Germany Lea Colombo from London, UK. Images shot in Hackney, London Hanna Moon from Seoul, South Korea. Image shot in Seoul, South Korea Julia Noni from Bourgeauville, France. Image shot in Bourgeauville, France Virginie Khateeb from London, UK. Images shot in Hackney, London Luo Yang from Shanghai, China. Image shot in Bali, Indonesia Wing Shya from Hong Kong. Image shot in Argentina This week Alexander McQueen is inviting to submit photography taking inspiration from nature: now more than ever its beauty and ability to regenerate is a symbol of hope and quiet power. With that in mind they will simultaneously unveil a series of images shot during the lockdown, commissioned by the house, by photographers who are both long-standing McQueen collaborators and emerging talent and based all over the world.   Their brief to them was the same: to capture their perceptions of nature during this moment of global quarantine. As always, followers will be asked to upload their images tagged @AlexanderMcQueen #McQueenCreators #McQueenNature. A selection of submitted images will then be featured across their social media channels.     The photographers featured along with the locations in which they are shot are as follows: Adama Jalloh from Peckham, London, UK. Image shot in Peckham, London Alice Schillaci from Milan, Italy. images shot in Milan, Italy Chloe Le Drezen from London, UK. image shot in Melbourne, Australia. Eddie Wrey from London, UK. Image shot in Berkshire, UK Luis Alberto Rodriguez from Berlin, Germany. Image shot in Berlin, Germany Lea Colombo from London, UK. Images shot in Hackney, London Hanna Moon from Seoul, South Korea. Image shot in Seoul, South Korea Julia Noni from Bourgeauville, France. Image shot in Bourgeauville, France Virginie Khateeb from London, UK. Images shot in Hackney, London Luo Yang from Shanghai, China. Image shot in Bali, Indonesia Wing Shya from Hong Kong. Image shot in Argentina

Dance with me
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Dance with me

Fashion Editorial from our second edition.    TEAM CREDITS Fotograaf: Zeb Daemen Assistant fotografie / Fotografie assistent: Koen Vernimmen Casting: Timotej Letonja Model: Ahmed Kontar via Elite Stylist: Gabriella Norberg Set (decor) designer: Felix Gesnouin via Wschupfer Make-up: Vera Dierckx Haar: Eduardo Bravo Producer (producent): Joanna Burczynska via OpenSpaceParis Locatie: L’atelier - Demoriane Editorial from our second edition.    TEAM CREDITS Fotograaf: Zeb Daemen Assistant fotografie / Fotografie assistent: Koen Vernimmen Casting: Timotej Letonja Model: Ahmed Kontar via Elite Stylist: Gabriella Norberg Set (decor) designer: Felix Gesnouin via Wschupfer Make-up: Vera Dierckx Haar: Eduardo Bravo Producer (producent): Joanna Burczynska via OpenSpaceParis Locatie: L’atelier - Demoriane

At Home with Maggie Maurer
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At Home with Maggie Maurer

Fashion During these crazy times and being at home quarantined we had a delight speaking and creating an exlcusive story with top model Maggie Maurer.   Who are you (the long answer, no cheating by just giving your name!) and what is your profession (as in, how do you define it, rather than just the job title it has)?   Joy is my middle name.  I am from a small town in Northern New York state called Potsdam. I was born and raised there with my 2 brothers and 4 sisters . We were all home schooled. I never went to college , I started modeling when I was 25 , after a friend sent some photos of me to an agency without telling me.  I am a Model and I believe my job in to bring to life the idea from the minds of all the different creatives I have had the pleasure to work with.   How do you think Covid-19 will effect the fashion industry both long-term and short-term?  How do you see the impact of Corona crisis on the general perception of fashion? Do you believe everything will just go back to normal after Covid-19, or how do you see it will be?   Let's wait and see , shall we ?   How do you spend your Quarantine time and are you still able to create while being quarantined?   I feel like I have just moved into my flat in London , even though I have lived here for 5 years. The slow pace has been very welcome on my end. I am with my boyfriend ( Scott Archibald ) and we have been working on some really amazing stuff. Thankfully for me he is a photographer and I have not had to succumb to  a "Zoom " or " Facetime " shoot. The voyeuristic nature of it I find disturbing.     What is in your planning for this year and how will Covid-19 effect that?   I  did plan to split my time half here (London ) and half in the states. Proved to myself yet again not to make plans.    What is your daily beauty routine like?    Same as it ever was! Apple cider vinegar mixed with water for toner, rose water, aloe vera, coconut oil with 2 drops and lavender essential oil. In that order.     What is the coolest new thing you have learnt since being quarantined?   I am in the middle of my first batch of Matza ball soup. It's my favorite soup. And the mere thought of it could bring a tear of joy to my eye.   What's your work-from-home style like during these times?   Do you mean what I wear ? When I shoot at home skin is always better, so I guess naked.  Any other time I'm always in a hoodie.   Tell us something about yourself that isn't on your resume (a secret skill, a hobby, a previous job or fun fact about you).   I hate to cook the same thing twice.      What's the first place you'd want to go when it's safe again to travel and go out of our homes?   Local meaning London? I guess the pub with my mates. Travel wise I really miss LA .   What inspired you to start working in the fashion industry? And what are you most proud achieving of thus far?   Nothing really inspired me but when the opportunity came along I saw it was something that could change my life. The Years I spent working at CÉLINE will always be the thing that shaped me and gave me the understanding of the industry as a whole. You have to know what you do to be good at what you do.    What is your favourite song at the moment and why? Do you have a playlist that you would like to share with us?   I do yoga to my Friend Mona Matsuoka's DJ sets ( find on soundcloud )  April 8  Spring mix is a fav.  Where is the cool playlist on spotify , Anderson Paak  Malibu , Childish Gambino " Awaken , My love! " Nirvana Unplugged and Etta James Radio. Most of the time though I listen to whatever my boyfriend is playing.    What is the first thing you like to do when you wake up, and last thing you like to do before going to bed?   This is going to be super cringy but I never get up or go to sleep without a cuddle from Scott , human contact is so important. Second thing is a cuppa tea and cigarette out on the front steps, in the sun or rain.   PHOTO CREDITS: model: Maggie Maurer @d’management  Story Title: P(L)ANTS. Photographer: Scott Archibald @archiegram Location: Home -  Communal Back Garden, London. Wearing: Peter Do Pants @thepeterdo During these crazy times and being at home quarantined we had a delight speaking and creating an exlcusive story with top model Maggie Maurer.   Who are you (the long answer, no cheating by just giving your name!) and what is your profession (as in, how do you define it, rather than just the job title it has)?   Joy is my middle name.  I am from a small town in Northern New York state called Potsdam. I was born and raised there with my 2 brothers and 4 sisters . We were all home schooled. I never went to college , I started modeling when I was 25 , after a friend sent some photos of me to an agency without telling me.  I am a Model and I believe my job in to bring to life the idea from the minds of all the different creatives I have had the pleasure to work with.   How do you think Covid-19 will effect the fashion industry both long-term and short-term?  How do you see the impact of Corona crisis on the general perception of fashion? Do you believe everything will just go back to normal after Covid-19, or how do you see it will be?   Let's wait and see , shall we ?   How do you spend your Quarantine time and are you still able to create while being quarantined?   I feel like I have just moved into my flat in London , even though I have lived here for 5 years. The slow pace has been very welcome on my end. I am with my boyfriend ( Scott Archibald ) and we have been working on some really amazing stuff. Thankfully for me he is a photographer and I have not had to succumb to  a "Zoom " or " Facetime " shoot. The voyeuristic nature of it I find disturbing.     What is in your planning for this year and how will Covid-19 effect that?   I  did plan to split my time half here (London ) and half in the states. Proved to myself yet again not to make plans.    What is your daily beauty routine like?    Same as it ever was! Apple cider vinegar mixed with water for toner, rose water, aloe vera, coconut oil with 2 drops and lavender essential oil. In that order.     What is the coolest new thing you have learnt since being quarantined?   I am in the middle of my first batch of Matza ball soup. It's my favorite soup. And the mere thought of it could bring a tear of joy to my eye.   What's your work-from-home style like during these times?   Do you mean what I wear ? When I shoot at home skin is always better, so I guess naked.  Any other time I'm always in a hoodie.   Tell us something about yourself that isn't on your resume (a secret skill, a hobby, a previous job or fun fact about you).   I hate to cook the same thing twice.      What's the first place you'd want to go when it's safe again to travel and go out of our homes?   Local meaning London? I guess the pub with my mates. Travel wise I really miss LA .   What inspired you to start working in the fashion industry? And what are you most proud achieving of thus far?   Nothing really inspired me but when the opportunity came along I saw it was something that could change my life. The Years I spent working at CÉLINE will always be the thing that shaped me and gave me the understanding of the industry as a whole. You have to know what you do to be good at what you do.    What is your favourite song at the moment and why? Do you have a playlist that you would like to share with us?   I do yoga to my Friend Mona Matsuoka's DJ sets ( find on soundcloud )  April 8  Spring mix is a fav.  Where is the cool playlist on spotify , Anderson Paak  Malibu , Childish Gambino " Awaken , My love! " Nirvana Unplugged and Etta James Radio. Most of the time though I listen to whatever my boyfriend is playing.    What is the first thing you like to do when you wake up, and last thing you like to do before going to bed?   This is going to be super cringy but I never get up or go to sleep without a cuddle from Scott , human contact is so important. Second thing is a cuppa tea and cigarette out on the front steps, in the sun or rain.   PHOTO CREDITS: model: Maggie Maurer @d’management  Story Title: P(L)ANTS. Photographer: Scott Archibald @archiegram Location: Home -  Communal Back Garden, London. Wearing: Peter Do Pants @thepeterdo

Alton Mason by Elizaveta Porodina
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Alton Mason by Elizaveta Porodina

Fashion Alton Mason at IMG lensed by Elizaveta Porodina in editorial in our second edition.   styled by Lisa Jarvis casting by Timotej Letonja hair by Olivier Schawalder at Bryant Artists Make-Up by Cecile Paravina at Bryant Artists light director: Josef Beyer styling assistant: Stefania Mosca set designer: Nicola Scarlino set design assistant: Louise Pisselet Retouched by Sheriff Post-Production Dpt. #SecondIssue #NuméroHommeNetherlands #Nude#NuméroHomme Alton Mason at IMG lensed by Elizaveta Porodina in editorial in our second edition.   styled by Lisa Jarvis casting by Timotej Letonja hair by Olivier Schawalder at Bryant Artists Make-Up by Cecile Paravina at Bryant Artists light director: Josef Beyer styling assistant: Stefania Mosca set designer: Nicola Scarlino set design assistant: Louise Pisselet Retouched by Sheriff Post-Production Dpt. #SecondIssue #NuméroHommeNetherlands #Nude#NuméroHomme

Exploring Japan
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Exploring Japan

Travel Exclusive photo story shot by Neil Kryszak in Japan.     http://neilkryszak.com/ http://instagram.com/neilkryszak Exclusive photo story shot by Neil Kryszak in Japan.     http://neilkryszak.com/ http://instagram.com/neilkryszak

In conversation with Lucky Blue Smith
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In conversation with Lucky Blue Smith

Men During the quarantine times, we had a chance to speak with Lucky Blue Smith in our "In conversation with" series.     What is your daily beauty regime? To be honest i truly don’t have one, i mean i wash my face but other than that i don’t have a regime i follow   How do you see the impact of the corona crisis on the general perception of fashion?  I think it’s shifting towards social media even more so and will continue to do that.   What is your favorite piece of underwear? Boxers.   Are you looking forward to something special after the corona crisis?  Going to the beach and auditions.   What is your favourite new thing you like since Quarantine time had started? I’m an introvert so my lifestyle hasn’t really changed much.    What is your favourite and least favourite modelling memory so far? My favorite was when i went on the Ellen show. I’ve never had a bad memory honestly.    How has becoming a father, changed your life? I definitely put more thought into everything i’m doing and  i’ve also matured a lot.   What is next in store for you? Got any new things coming up or have planned for? Right now i’m focusing on acting and my family. it’s tough to really have things planned out since we don’t know when this crisis will be over, but i’m using this time to learn more about real estate, other skills like a new language and things i’ve been passionate about.   Have you ever been to Amsterdam? If yes, describe your experience of Amsterdam in one sentence. I did and I loved it. Went there with my mom once.     What is your go-to work-out for staying in shape? 100 push ups a day.    Tell me about your favourite and least favourite do’s and dont’s in LA? Go to the beaches and not clubs.   Images photographed by Lucky himself. During the quarantine times, we had a chance to speak with Lucky Blue Smith in our "In conversation with" series.     What is your daily beauty regime? To be honest i truly don’t have one, i mean i wash my face but other than that i don’t have a regime i follow   How do you see the impact of the corona crisis on the general perception of fashion?  I think it’s shifting towards social media even more so and will continue to do that.   What is your favorite piece of underwear? Boxers.   Are you looking forward to something special after the corona crisis?  Going to the beach and auditions.   What is your favourite new thing you like since Quarantine time had started? I’m an introvert so my lifestyle hasn’t really changed much.    What is your favourite and least favourite modelling memory so far? My favorite was when i went on the Ellen show. I’ve never had a bad memory honestly.    How has becoming a father, changed your life? I definitely put more thought into everything i’m doing and  i’ve also matured a lot.   What is next in store for you? Got any new things coming up or have planned for? Right now i’m focusing on acting and my family. it’s tough to really have things planned out since we don’t know when this crisis will be over, but i’m using this time to learn more about real estate, other skills like a new language and things i’ve been passionate about.   Have you ever been to Amsterdam? If yes, describe your experience of Amsterdam in one sentence. I did and I loved it. Went there with my mom once.     What is your go-to work-out for staying in shape? 100 push ups a day.    Tell me about your favourite and least favourite do’s and dont’s in LA? Go to the beaches and not clubs.   Images photographed by Lucky himself.

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Santa Monica Sands

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Binary Stars

Fashion Exclusive editorial captured by Nina Raasch. An editorial shot in the empty streets of a usually crowded Mallorca. The same girl, while wearing different looks, is duplicated in each picture. What appears to be a busy street scene, turns out to be a one-girl-story. While capturing the melancholy of an empty holiday summer town, it's a story about spending time with oneself and at the same time being content without constant company of others. fashion stylist: Charlotte Gindreau hair and make up artist: Sabina Pinsone model Tory @ Modelwerk Exclusive editorial captured by Nina Raasch. An editorial shot in the empty streets of a usually crowded Mallorca. The same girl, while wearing different looks, is duplicated in each picture. What appears to be a busy street scene, turns out to be a one-girl-story. While capturing the melancholy of an empty holiday summer town, it's a story about spending time with oneself and at the same time being content without constant company of others. fashion stylist: Charlotte Gindreau hair and make up artist: Sabina Pinsone model Tory @ Modelwerk

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Belle De Jour

Fashion Daphne photographed by Ferry van der Nat in the first issue for Fall & Winter 2019-2020.   photography: Ferry van der Nat @ UNSPOKEN Styling: Ferdi Sibbel Hair: Olivier Schawalder @ Bryant Artists Make-up: Kathinka Gernant @ UNSPOKEN Manicure: Frédérique Olthuis @ House of Orange Production: UNSPOKEN Model: Daphne Groeneveld @ Bloom Management Digital Assistant: Denis Shklovsky photography Assistant: Garth McKee Styling Assistant: Jeffrey Manoir Daphne photographed by Ferry van der Nat in the first issue for Fall & Winter 2019-2020.   photography: Ferry van der Nat @ UNSPOKEN Styling: Ferdi Sibbel Hair: Olivier Schawalder @ Bryant Artists Make-up: Kathinka Gernant @ UNSPOKEN Manicure: Frédérique Olthuis @ House of Orange Production: UNSPOKEN Model: Daphne Groeneveld @ Bloom Management Digital Assistant: Denis Shklovsky photography Assistant: Garth McKee Styling Assistant: Jeffrey Manoir

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