Top model Grace Elizabeth is lensed by Emilie Kareh in ‘Voice It’, lensed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch for Vogue Italia November 2019./ Hair by Cyndia Harvey; makeup by Daniel Sallstrom
The September 2019 issue of American Vogue heads south to New Orleans, with a heavy-duty lineup up talent. Models Adesuwa Aighewi, Anok Yai, Binx Walton, Joan Smalls, Paloma Elsesser, Selena Forrest and Ugbad join actor MJ Rodriguez, entertainers Dev Hynes, Ian Isiah, Jon Batiste and Haitian-American fashion designer and founder of the menswear label Pyer Moss Kerby Jean-Raymond. Local additions include members of the Mt. Kingdom choir and Creole chef Kevin Belton.
Stylist Carlos Mazario turns out the the well-heeled cast for images by Oliver Hadlee Pearch./ Hair by Cyndia Harvey; makeup by Susia Sobol
Photographer Oliver Hadlee Pearch captures Liu Wen and Edita Vilkeviciute for Tod’s Fall Winter 2019 campaign. Charlotte Collet styles the top models duo in Tod’s Italian luxury leather goods classics.
Rising model Nora Attal shares her family story and Moroccan origins, posing with them in the July 2019 issue of Vogue Italia. Nora travels to her family home in Larache, located in north-western Morocco about 100 miles south of Gibraltar.
Kendall Jenner and Vittoria Ceretti are in a Hockney-colors summer mood , styled by Carlos Nazario for ‘Put It in Print’. Kendall flies solo with the duo lensed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch for Vogue US June 2019./ Hair by James Pecis; makeup by Susie Sobol
Oliver Hadlee Pearch turns his lens to the flagrant, in our faces hypocrisy of the Vatican and the Catholic Church worldwide on the topic of homosexuality. Carlos Nazario styles the cast in ecclesiastical-inspired menswear, heavy with the drapes of sartorial concealment, in ‘Angels in America’ for Vogue L’Uomo Spring 2019.
One assumes that the relaunched publication is long-seeped in knowledge about the Vatican’s hypocrisy on gay rights and women’s rights. I have no knowledge — and have never inquired — about the magazine’s position on this critical topic. A Google search brings up no first 5 pages commentary directly associated with the Vatican scandals from Vogue L’Uomo. The women’s magazines generally are doing noticeably better in talking about this difficult topic.Read More