Matthew Brookes Captures 'Destination Unknown' Goth Style for Mixte Paris

Matthew Brookes Captures 'Destination Unknown' Goth Style for Mixte Paris

Models Ruby Aldridge and Saidou Diallo star in a superb Goth style editorial ‘Destination: Unknown’. In the words of Mixte Paris, the two women “seem to wander a post-apocalyptic world in search of their lost faith”. Matthew Brookes is behind the lens, creating perfect images styled by Bill Mullen See all the credits at Mixte.

Matthew Brookes Shoots 'FAME' , Storying Young People's Artistry For Mixte Magazine SS2019

Matthew Brookes Shoots 'FAME' , Storying Young People's Artistry For Mixte Magazine SS2019

Mixte Magazine shares their Spring/Summer 2019 issue with the cover story ‘FAME’. Models Estella Boersma, Lameka Fox, Naomi Chin Wing, Niko Traubman, Tianna St. Louis, and Zhengyang Zhang join dancer Calvin Royal III — all styled by Bill Mullen.

Matthew Brookes captures the talented crew inspired by the 1980 movie ‘FAME’, an American teen musical drama film set at Manhattan’s New York High School of Performing Arts.

Jeneil Williams Scores A Knockout In 'Games of Genres' By Matthew Brookes For Les Echoes WEEK-END September 2018

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IMG model Jeneil Williams delivers a sexy powerpunch, posing as a strong sensual woman not to be messed with. Jeneil says “watch me roar” in luxury looks from Valentino, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Chanel, Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello and more styled by Serge Girardi.

Photographer Matthew Brookes is in the gym, producing a stunning set of images that position Jeneil’s NIKE performance-toned physique in an intellectual mix moving beyond “the old oppositions”. Feminine/masculine, city/sport — Jeneil declares her own style in ‘Games of genres’ for Les Echoes WEEK-END France September 2018. Superb!! / Director Serge Giradi; hair by Vincent de Moro; makeup by Lloyd Simmonds

Jessica Chastain On Molly Bloom: "She Doesn't Trade Romance For Leverage" | Town & Country December 2017

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Actor Jessica Chastain covers the December 2017 issue of Town & Country, styled by Nicoletta Santoro. Photographer Matthew Brookes flashes the star of 'Molly Bloom' in 'Catch Her If You Can./ Hair by Didier Malige; makeup by Fulvia Farolfi

Surprise, surprise, writer Tim Teeman reveals in his interview with Chastian, the actor takes the Hampton Jitney to the Hamptons. 

"This is quite the caper," Chastain marvels, as she and Teeman speed around Manhattan with her assistant picking up weekend essentials. "One might have assumed that a famous Hollywood actress—she received Oscar nominations for her roles in The Help and Zero Dark Thirty and is in the midst of launching a major campaign for a new Ralph Lauren fragrance—would prefer a more private mode of transport to the Hamptons."

Chastain, who wore her pink pussy hat to the Women's March in DC in January, married  Italian count and fashion exec Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo at his family’s Treviso estate this past summer.

Plus, the cloak-and-dagger feel to our chaotic afternoon echoes, if unintentionally, her latest big project, the film 'Molly’s Game'. Aaron Sorkin’s movie-directing debut tells the story of former champion skier Molly Bloom, who came to run high-class, high-stakes poker games in Hollywood and New York at which the players included Tobey Maguire, Ben Affleck, and Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as art world scion Helly Nahmad (who would later be jailed for his part in the illegal ring).