New York, 7pm

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Image via my Instagram

New York, 6am

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Taken from “Nocturne”

Images by Jackie Robertson

Miami, 3am

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Taken from “Unwind.”

Image by Jackie Robertson

Boston, 9pm

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Not every series of photographs has to be an editorial spread. I would love to plan and shoot tons of editorials, but an extensive wardrobe or multifaceted set doesn’t always coincide with an exciting burst of creativity. Sometimes it’s all about getting a few great images.

I decided to show some photos that might not be accompanied by several others in the typical format of an editorial spread. While I hope to get the chance to put together more of those very soon, I’ll be sharing individual images noted only by location and time.

The photos below are from a studio shoot back in October, taken in Boston around 9pm (as noted in the title).


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Images by Toan Trinh


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I’m really not sure why I didn’t post these photos earlier. After the last night of weekend one of Ultra Music Festival back in March, we had a quick photo shoot on South Beach in Miami. Check out this spread, called “Unwind.”

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photos by Jackie Robertson


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This is probably the most exciting post I’ve published so far. After a long night of partying in New York a couple weeks ago, my friends and I decided to have an impromptu photo shoot. I’m honestly really proud of the end result. This project involved myself and my two best friends, Mimi, whose previous modeling experience definitely shows, and Jackie, who is an unbelievably great photographer. All of the images were shot by Jackie, and the nightlife shots are from Riff Raff’s and Le Baron. There is no hair and make up or wardrobe for this piece (though if you want to know, I’m wearing a t-shirt by Givenchy, leather pants from Kenneth Cole Collection, and vintage boots). I want to keep doing projects like this, as there is nothing more gratifying than seeing a random burst of creativity come together for something so interesting. Expect to see more of these types of spreads in the near future, but until then, I hope you enjoy “Nocturne!”


Throwback Thursday

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I think all of my Throwback Thursday posts have been about Vogue Italia editorials, but in my defense, the magazine has some of the most stunning fashion spreads ever. Yet another wildly themed piece, “Supermodels Enter Rehab” from the July 2007 issue contains some of the most captivating images in fashion history.

The spread plays off the frenzy of celebrity activities like Britney Spears’ head shaving, Paris Hilton’s crotch flashes, and essentially Lindsay Lohan’s entire life, showing raw emotions juxtaposed with high fashion garments. Shot by Steven Meisel, it stars Agyness Deyn, Denisa Dvorakova, Guinevere van Seenus, Irina Kulikova, Iselin Steiro, Lara Stone, Masha Tyelna, Missy Rayder, Sasha Pivovarova, Tasha Tilberg, and more.

Check it out!

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Fashion in Motion

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“Moda,” Vogue Italia March 2013 by Gordon von Steiner

In today’s world, an ad campaign or editorial isn’t limited to just a series of photos. In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been really into the idea of fashion films, especially the pieces done by Prada, Vogue Italia, and more. But it’s important to mention that these aren’t commercials. If anything, they’re the exact opposite, presenting edgier and more provocative visions.

Just like commercials, these short films are meant to sell the products. However, these often feature more depth and creativity. The designs come to life, with each detail unraveling itself for the viewers. Meanwhile, the models’ captivating stares from the photos are enhanced with movement and energy, and they instantly transform into actors and actresses.

What appeals to me the most about fashion films is how they represent the future of fashion and a new generation as a whole. These films add character to the products being showcased, and they show a new dimension to the creative process of an advertisement or editorial. I still love editorial spreads, and I’m an avid supporter of print magazines. But when paired with music and motion, a little bit of magic is added to the fashion.

“Face the Future,” Vogue Italia September 2012 by Gordon von Steiner

“Prom Night,” Vogue Italia April 2012 by Michael Saint-Onge

A Quick Recap

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There have been a lot of ads & editorials that have gotten my attention in the past few days, but I really can’t write about every single thing. So, I’m going to give a brief overview of my favorites of the moment.

Let’s start with Louis Vuitton’s ad for the Alma Bag (above). Created in 1934, the bag is getting revamped, complete with a fresh new campaign. The ads feature Karlie Kloss, Iris Strubegger, Daria Strokous, and Monika “Jac” Jagaciak shot by Steven Klein at landmarks in New York, Shanghai, and Paris.


Meanwhile, Sasha Pivovarova returns with a stunning spread in Interview¬†after taking a slight break from fashion to have a baby. The styling is on point, and Sasha reminds us what we’ve been missing.

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Finally, I’m all about this editorial for GQ Style by Matthew Stone called “Nuthin’ but a G Thang,” focusing on Givenchy’s spring 2013 menswear collection (my favorite collection of the season, in case you haven’t noticed). I always love the kind of unique, provocative images like these.

There will definitely be plenty more editorials for me to focus on, but I’d rather point out the standouts than waste a lot of time on every single spread. Until then, share your thoughts!

Throwback Thursday

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So I’ve been looking through some of Vogue Italia‘s “Magazine TV” videos, and I came across a few gems. Actually, pretty much all of the videos are spectacular. One of my favorites was from the March 2012 shoot titled “Haute Mess,” featuring Coco Rocha, Abbey Lee Kershaw, and more. I know the spread got a lot of negative backlash, but I love how this absolutely ridiculous theme is made to look so high fashion. Check the video out and share your thoughts!