Larissa Thomé for Galvan London S/S 2021
This season, Galvan’s designer-director Anna-Christin Haas and creative director Sola Harrison drew inspiration from the work of German artist Katharina Grosse and her vibrant use of color. Bright jewel tones and a kaleidoscopic print punctuated this nicely edited offering from the Galvan ladies, who explained over Zoom that, overall, they’re recalibrating the way that they produce from season to season.
text by Brooke Bobb for Vogue Runway.
Larissa Thomé / model
Edgar Berg / photographer
Anna Neugebauer / h&m
Anna-Christin Haas / styling
for more pictures of Larissa Thomé click here.
Nyarach for Vogue Spain
Nyarach shot by Rasharn Agyemang for Vogue Spain November 2021 Kate Phelan – Fashion Editor/Stylist Shiori Takahashi – Hair Stylist Lotten Holmqvist – Makeup Artist Benoist Buttin – Set Designer Marie Rosa – Manicurist To see Nyarach Abouch Ayuel’s full Portfolio please click here.
Anyiel Majok for Vogue France
Anyiel shot by David Ferrua for Vogue France Jack Borkett – Styling Laura Dominique – Make Up Delphine Bonnet – Hairstylist To see Anyiel’s full Portfolio please klick here.
Ibukun and Priya for Oyster
Ibukun and Priya shot by Shauna Summers Milena Zara – Assistant Anastasiia Tymoti – Hair & Make Up Carina Dewhurst – Set Design To see Ibukun’s full Portfolio please klick here. To see Priya’s full Portfolio please klick here.
Eny Jaki for Hermès S/S 2021
For 2020, Dumas chose “innovation in the making” – something he feels is even more prescient in the wake of the coronavirus. Drawing comparisons with the 1920s, when Hermès reinvented itself, transforming its equestrian atelier into an accessories house after the invention of the automobile eradicated the need for people to travel by horse, he
Ruiqi Jiang for Prada S/S 2020 Campaign
Italian fashion brand Prada focuses on acronyms for its spring-summer 2020 campaign. Images shot by Jamie Hawkesworth feature portraits of models with PRADA spelled out using different words to represent the label’s ideal woman.