Self Service N°47

Self Service N°47

Self Service N°47
Photography: Ezra Petronio
Model: Anja Rubik
Styling: Elodie David-Touboul

Self Service Magazine

Ellen Von Unwerth – Girls, 1999

Ellen Von Unwerth - Girls, 1999

Ellen Von Unwerth
Girls, 1999

Chromogenic print
11 x 17 in (27.94 x 43.18 cm)
Signed, dedicated, and dated in black ink on upper left, verso

A.P.C. Transmission

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 001

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 002

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 003

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 004

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 005

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 006

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 007

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 008

A.P.C. Transmission - Phaidon 009

The fascinating inside story behind the cult French fashion label A.P.C.

A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Création) was created as a reaction to the excesses of the 1980s, and the minimalist designs of founder Jean Touitou now have a cult following. This compelling book, published on the occasion of A.P.C.’s 30th anniversary, carries the same minimal aesthetic – yet it’s packed with never-before-seen illustrations and ephemera. Part retrospective of the brand and part personal scrapbook and visual diary, the book includes invitations, postcards, ad campaigns, images of their stores, and collaborations with other designers.

Phaidon Books

Alexandra Agoston by Chris Colls

Alexandra Agoston

Vogue Italia
Black Latex Stockings
Model Alexandra Agoston
Photography by Chris Colls
Stylist Michael Azzollini

Proenza Schouler – Spiral Knit Turtleneck

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Proenza Schouler - Spiral Knit Turtleneck 03

Proenza Schouler - Spiral Knit Turtleneck - Fabric

Spiral Knit Turtleneck
Proenza Schouler

A traditional silhouette is revitalised in this long sleeve turtleneck. Keeping in line with the fascination of playing with structure, the sleeves are elongated with the cuffs hanging beyond the wrist and an asymmetrical hemline jutting out to the side in a daring detail. Woven from a blend of Italian yarn and merino wool, this jumper features a classic ribbed detail from the angular hem to the turtleneck. 48% viscose, 42% merino wool, 10% polyester.

Proenza Schouler

Alessandro Casagrande #001

Alessandro Casagrande #001

Alessandro Casagrande #001

Katja Mayer – Miu Miu Special

Miu Miu Special
Katja Mayer photographs Stacy Martin for Harper’s Bazaar International

Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
Talent: Stacy Martin
Hair: Akki @ArtPartner
Makeup: Fulvia Farolfi @Bryant Bantry

Daphne Groeneveld Numéro #183 – Greg Kadel

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Daphne Groeneveld photographed for Numero Magazine by Greg Kadel 003

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Daphne Groeneveld photographed for Numero Magazine by Greg Kadel 008

Daphne Groeneveld photographed for Numero Magazine by Greg Kadel 009

Daphne Groeneveld photographed for Numéro #183 May 2017 by Greg Kadel

Numéro Magazine

Purple Fashion – February 2017

Purple Magazine

Karmen Pedaru by Greg Kadel for Vogue Spain










Karmen Pedaru for Vogue Spain August 2013 by Greg Kadel

Numéro 178 Eden – November 2016 issue


Cover story : Joan Smalls by Greg Kadel in the November issue of Numéro

Discover the cover et the content of the November 2016 issue of Numéro, Eden (on the newsstands from 29th September) with Justice, Bouchra Jarrar at Lanvin, Maurizio Cattelan, Angelin Prejlocaj, Niels Schneider…

Numéro 178

Emanuele Ferrari – Girl


Grace – The American Vogue Years







Grace: The American Vogue Years

The second and final volume of the collected best work of Creative Director at Large of American Vogue and international fashion icon Grace Coddington.

This handsome slipcased edition showcases work of the last fifteen years by legendary Vogue editor Grace Coddington. The book celebrates seventeen of the master photographers with whom Coddington has collaborated – including Steven Meisel, Annie Leibovitz, Craig McDean, David Sims, Mario Testino, and Marcus Piggot and Mert Alas – in a sumptuous compilation of Coddington’s most beloved fashion stories.

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Grace – Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue







Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue

A celebration of the work of legendary fashion stylist Grace Coddington during her first 30 years at Vogue UK and US.

With the reissue of Grace: Thirty Years at Vogue, Phaidon Press publishes the first of two volumes showcasing the definitive collection of work by the legendary fashion stylist Grace Coddington. The edition includes a special, illustrated and autographed letter by Grace.

The 408-page collection of Grace Coddington’s greatest work as a fashion stylist and sittings editor is not just a monograph of her first 30 years at Vogue, it is also a visual reminiscence of 30 years of British and American Vogue’s best work. The photographers whose work is included: Irving Penn, Cecil Beaton, Helmut Newton, Guy Bourdin, Snowdon, Horst, Norman Parkinson, Ellen von Unwerth, Bruce Weber, Mario Testino, Steven Meisel, Arthur Elgort, Steven Klein, Annie Leibovitz, Hans Feurer, Sarah Moon, Peter Lindbergh, Patrick Demarchelier, Peter Knap, Clive Arrowsmith, Sheila Metzner, Terence Donovan, Barry Lategan, Sacha, Alex Chatelain, Duc, Paolo Roversi, and Herb Ritts.

An introduction by Michael Roberts, former fashion editor for Tatler, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker is included as is a foreword by Anna Wintour.

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Peter Lindbergh – A Different Vision on Fashion Photography








A Different Vision on Fashion Photography
Peter Lindbergh, Thierry-Maxime Loriot
Hardcover, 23.9 x 34 cm, 524 pages
Published by Taschen

ISBN 978-3-8365-5282-0
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German

When German photographer Peter Lindbergh shot five young models in downtown New York City in 1989, he produced not only the iconic British Vogue January 1990 cover but also the birth certificate of the supermodels. The image didn’t just bring revered faces together for the first time; it marked the beginning of a new fashion era and a new understanding of female beauty.

Coinciding with his major retrospective at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, this book gathers more than 400 images from four decades of Lindbergh’s photography to celebrate his unique and game-changing storytelling and the new romantic and narrative vision it brought to art and fashion.

Whether in striking single portraits or dramatic situations of figure and setting, we trace the photographer’s cinematic inflections and his provocative play with female archetypes as subjects adopt the guise of dancers, actresses, heroines, and femmes fatales. Raw and seductive at once, we see how Lindbergh’s trademark monochrome pictures also redefined standards of beauty by emphasizing spirit and personality as much as looks, celebrating the elegance and sensuality of older women, and privileging natural and authentic beauty in an era of pervasive retouching.

In a testimony to Lindbergh’s illustrious status in the fashion world, his images are contextualized by commentaries from collaborators such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Nicole Kidman, Grace Coddington, Cindy Crawford, and Anna Wintour, who chose Lindbergh to shoot her first US Vogue cover. Their tributes explain just what makes Lindbergh’s images so unique and powerful.

Exhibition Peter Lindbergh. A Different Vision on Fashion Photography at Kunsthal Rotterdam, the Netherlands, September 10, 2016–February 12, 2017

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