Model Marte Mei van Haaster is styled by Camilla Nickerson in ‘Falling to Earth’. Photographer Bibi Cornejo Borthwick is behind the lens for Purple Magazine Fall 2019./ Hair by Adam Szabo; makeup by Romy Soleimani
Model Veronika Kunz adds a dose of Swiss-born elegance to ‘Clean Dream’, a streamlined overview of fall luxury styled by Clare Richardson. Photographer Bibi Cornejo Borthwick is in the studio, capturing looks from Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Fendi, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo and more for WSJ Magazine July 2019./ Hair by Tomo Jidai; makeup by Sally Branka
Top model Edita Wilkeviciute is styled by Geraldine Saglio in ‘Performance’, sexy athletic looks lensed by Bibi Cornejo Borthwick for Vogue Paris June 2019 June/July 2019./ Hair by Kei Terada; makeup by Petros Petrohilos
Top model Imaan Hammam graces the pages of Vogue Netherlands April 2019 issue. Dimphy den Otter styles Imaan with her boyfriend Lentini Eersteling in images by Bibi Cornejo Borthwick./ Hair by Hos Hounkpatin; makeup by Siddhartha Simone
Two words pop up in most narratives around the photography of Bibi Cornejo Borthwick: ‘intimate’ and ‘revealing’. Borthwick doesn’t shoot digital, preferring film. Her visual lens is not one of perfection. A quick survey of the Brooklyn-based daughter of fashion designer Maria Cornejo and photographer Mark Borthwick creates a defining image, one that resonates deeply with AOC.
Borthwick’s fashion photography career has moved into high gear in recent months. In the last six months, she’s shot three major editorials for Vogue US — including ‘Personal Best’ for the February 2019 issue, Victoria Beckham for Vogue Australia’s November issue and ‘Coolest Stales’ for WSJ Magazine’s December/January issue.
The activist appeared on the new Dazed 100 list. What got our attention is the Dazed reference to her Bellies project, cofounded with NBA player Wilson Chandler, the unisex sneakers for kids help America’s kids. For every pair of shoes sold, Bellies “feeds a belly”, working to nourish inner city areas while educating communities on the importance of nutrition in a bid to eliminate child hunger in America.
Models Blesnya Minher, Caroline Trentini, Carolyn Murphy, Fei Fei Sun, Gemma Ward, Liya Kebede, Nora Attal, Sara Grace Wallerstedt and Vittoria Ceretti are styled by Camilla Nickerson in graphic collage pattern and fabric mixes. Photographer Bibi Carnejo Borthwick captures ‘Personal Best’ for Vogue US February 2019./ Hair by Bob Recine; makeup by Dick Page