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Pen portrait of Rick Owens customer

The age range : 20+ years old
Confident person, a conscious its roots, crazy, energetic, loving music, attending musical events, a person who follow its own paths

Interest in minimalist fashion, interesting materials, de-constructed silhouettes.

 

LookBook – look inspired by Rick Owens

Rick Owens 2008 Fall Collection

My List of Stylists

1.  Panos Yiapanis

Panos Yiapanis

Panos Yiapanis is one of the most low-profile stylists in London. He has worked on editorial for numerous high-profile publications including Arena Homme +, Vogue Italia,AnOther Man, Pop and VMAN, working with photographers such as Nick Knight, Steven Klein, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Yiapanis has also collaborated with designers like Rick Owens, Givenchy, Chanel and Veronique Branquinho, and acts as a creative consultant for Givenchy menswear. More than any other stylist, the aesthetic he presents in his work is an intuitive extension of his own style. Although, he feels he wouldn’t be doing his job properly. He’s modest and self-effacing, referring to his trade as the lowest rung of the creative ladder. We love his unconventional approach to elegance and his ability to mix military with punk rock and haute couture.

Alessandra Ambrosio / Love Magazine / Panos Yiapanis (Fashion Editor/Stylist)

 

 

2. Ludivine Poiblanc

Ludivine Poiblanc and Fabien Baron

French Stylist Ludivine Poiblanc first launched her editorial career as a fashion editor at Vogue Paris. From there, Ludivine began working as a freelance stylist, eventually bringing her Parisian chic sensibility to New York, where she is now based. Ludivine now contributes to Interview Magazine, where she holds the title of Fashion Editor-at-Large, as various international publications. She has collaborated with Chinese, Japanese, and Italian Vogue, as well as several other magazines. Ludivine has collaborated with some of the biggest names in photography including Mert and Marcus, Terry Richardson, Solve Sundsbo, Craig McDean, Willy Vanderperre and has styled many leading advertising campaigns including Hermes, Fendi, Armani, Givenchy and YSL perfume.

Calvin Klein Platinum Label S/S 14 Models: Liu Wen / Tim Schuhmacher Ludivine Poiblanc (Fashion Editor/Stylist)

Le Silla F/W 13 Model: Linda Vojtova Ludivine Poiblanc (Fashion Editor/Stylist)

 

 

3. James Worthington DeMolet

James Worthington DeMolet

James Worthington DeMolet is a New York City based stylist that grew up in North Carolina.  DeMolet studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology and Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design. DeMolet worked as an assistant with fashion editors Aya T, Kanai, Jillian Davison, Nancy Rhode and Lori Goldstein.  He worked at Teen Vogue until Fall 2007, and left when he decided to pursue freelance work.  DeMolet’s clients include i-D, Nylon, Converse, Teen Vogue and Target. He has worked with celebrity clients including Madonna, Ed Westwick, Shakira, Kim Gordon, The Virgins and The Young Lords.

 

 

Fashion Magazines

Magazines about fashion

1. The Hub Magazine

was founded by London-based Tolu Adeko, an entrepreneur with a background in interior design. Launched in September 2009, it is a quarterly magazine covering a range of lifestyle topics including Art & Culture, Design & Interiors, Travel & Leisure, Food & Drink, Entertainment, Fashion & Style, Beauty & Grooming and fashion stories. Alongside its unusually high-quality print materials, The Hub is known for its emphasis on editorial contributions by international creative figureheads. John Rankin, Anish Kapoor, David Downton, Diego Luna Charming Baker, Daniel Chadwick and Lindsey Clarke have all spent time working with the magazine in the past. Its audience are mostly affluent members of both sexes aged between 25 and 50. Known celebrity readers of the magazine include Cristian Laboutine, Mario Testino and Harold Tillman. Each issue of the magazine centers around particular concept which is then reflected in the content. The second ‘ Renessaince’-themed issue includes an eight-page feature in which iconic paintings from the era are re-engineered into a high-fashion editorial.The corresponding website, The Hub Online, is split into sections that mirror those in the magazine. There is also a selection of online exclusive columns such as ‘Literature’, ‘The Conversation’ and ‘The Sound’. All online content is available at no cost to those who register with The Hub Online. (1)

Contact:
The Hub Magazine
8-12 Creekside
London
SE8 3DX
+44(0)208469 1889
contact@thehub-magazine.com

2. Zooey Magazine

James Worthington DeMolet is a New York City based stylist that grew up in North Carolina.  DeMolet studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology and Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design. DeMolet worked as an assistant with fashion editors Aya T, Kanai, Jillian Davison, Nancy Rhode and Lori Goldstein.  He worked at Teen Vogue until Fall 2007, and left when he decided to pursue freelance work.  DeMolet’s clients include i-D, Nylon, Converse, Teen Vogue and Target. He has worked with celebrity clients including Madonna, Ed Westwick, Shakira, Kim Gordon, The Virgins and The Young Lords.

Editor-in-Chief: Lucia Tran
Creative Director: Lyndzi Trang
Fashion Editor: Kristina Van Dyk
Interns/Contributors: Ashley Symone Lee and Pauline Aguayo (3)

Contact via magazines website

3. Purple

Purple is a French fashion, art and culture magazine founded in 1992.

In 1992, Elein Fleiss and Olivier Zahm started the magazine Purple Prose as a reaction against the superficial glamour of the 1980’s much as a part of the global counterculture at the time, inspired by magazines like Interview, Ray Gun, Nova, and Helmut Newton’s Illustrated, but with the aesthetics of what usually is referred to as anti-fashion. Based on their personal interests and views; Purple was, and in a sense still is, made much in the same spirit of the fanzine. The magazine quickly became associated with the “realism” of the new fashion photography of the 1990s, with names like Juergen Teller,Terry Richardson, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Mario Sorrenti.

Since 2004, Purple is divided in two different publications; Purple Fashion magazine (edited by Olivier Zahm and published by Purple Institute) and Purple Journal (edited by Elein Fleiss and Sébastien Jamain, published by Les Editions Purple). (4)

Team

4. GREY

Grey Magazine is published biannually as an oversized hardcover, printed in Italy. (5)

Pubblicato da Grey srl
Viale delle Medaglie d’Oro 144
00136 Roma, Italia

143 Avenue B, 9FG
New York, New York, 10009
USA

General inquiries: info@grey-magazine.com

Photography Editor: photoeditor@grey-magazine.com

5. Eztilo

Eztilo Magazine is an online platform that covers individualism, art and culture but most importantly people whom are creatively driven and passionate about what they do even if it’s just having exceptional personal style. The goal is to inspire our community and beyond. Eztilo Magazine is a one Woman Show founded by Candy J. a Makeup Artist, Nail Tech. and Art addict whom appreciates all things creative no matter what medium. (6)

Contact: INFO@EZTILOMAG.COM

6. Oyster

Oyster is an international fashion, beauty, music and pop-culture title established in Australia in 1994 and published bi-monthly. The magazine features exclusive international fashion editorial, interviews, and extensive music and art editorial. Oyster showcases the work of leading photographers and young up-and-coming talent from around the world, and is renowned for its avant-garde approach to style. *(7)

Editorial team:
Shane Sakkeus (Creative Director)
Alice Cavanagh (Editorial Director)
Stevie Dance (Contributing Editor)

7. Bare

BARE Magazine is UC Berkeley’s première fashion, lifestyle, and art publication. Founded in 2007 BARE publishes an all-colour print publication quarterly, as well as the highly popular BARE blog, which receives over 19,000 unique readers monthly and was nominated for the Best Blogger award in the 2009 San Francisco Fashion Awards.  *(8)

Editor in Chief:
Gabrielle Elias
Editorial Team:
Samantha Giordano – Director
Jamie Santiago – Assistant Director

 

Contact via e-mail info@baremagazine.org