Flowers of awakening. Yuna portrayed in Tokyo by Adi Putra and styled by Claresta Pitojo.
Deformed, defaced and destroyed, Nicola Samorì’s obscure, Baroque-inspired oil paintings are skillful reproductions of classical portraits and still lifes on canvas, wood or copper, systemically assaulted by the artist’s hand or knife in an attempt to provoke the status quo of the history of art. Interview by Angelica Moschin.
Tales from the haunted house of the mirrors. Photographed and directed by Valentina Frugiuele, styled by Francesca Tesoro.
If things in life would be fated by our previous lives. Karma in a fashion story shot in NYC by Chris Scherurich and styled by Ali McNally.
What appeared at first a shining chance might end in bitter disappointment. Alderney shot by Megan Kellythorn and styled by Georgie Stuart.
Wandering through enchanting palaces of Paris with Andy at Mademoiselle models, photographed by Maria Maksak.
Her faint shape divided between sunlight and darkness. Photographed by Marc Oller and styled by Ann Laroque.
A tale of ephemeral grace starring Freja Sorensen, photographed by Valentina Frugiuele and styled by Simona Mottola & Carlotta Vera Besacchi.
White Eve in a world full of vice. A story from Mexico starring Mar photographed on film by RIccardo Arriola.
Decadent muses tangled in a gentle motion. Photographed by Pascal Emmeran and styled by Giulia Burti.
What means nothing to you, means everything to me. Two models story photographed by Mag Juchnik, styled by Ewelina Droździuk and Ewa Michalik.
They soared through slippery tunnels and past doorways and stopped inside empty rooms. A story by Janina Fleckhaus, styled by Gabriella Stival.