Models Charlee Fraser and Lina Zhang are styled by Kihoh Sogn in ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’, lensed by Hyea W. Kang for Vogue Korea May 2019./ Hair by Sabrina Szinay; makeup by Yumi Lee
Model So Young Kang is styled by Mijin Kim in high-voltage images by Bosung Kim for Vogue Korea April 2019./ Makeup by Kim Jihyun
Model Anok Yai is styled by Kihoh Sohn in high-drama, mega-voltage snaps by Hyea W. Kang for Vogue Korea March 2019./ Hair by Laurent Phillippon; makeup by Masae Ito
Model Mariacarla Boscono is styled by Mijin Kim in Burberry riches, lensed by Hyea W Kang for Vogue Korea February 2019./ Hair by James Rowe; makeup by Florrie White
Model Carolina Burgin is styled by Kihoh Sohn in Dior looks lensed by PAKBAE as ‘Paradise’ for Vogue Korea January 2019. / Hair by Mike Desir; makeup by Fidel Fernandez
Painter, sculptor, model Jane Moseley initially rejected the world of modeling, preferring to maintain her integrity as a starving artist, even working on a pearl farm in Tahiti, wrote Vanity Fair in November 2016.
Eventually Moseley became less invested in her image and more invested in a stable income, a decision that has worked well for her.
Turns out that straddling the two worlds wasn’t all that weird for Moseley. Her mother, Lisa Lindsay-Hogg, was a model in the 1980s; her father is cult horror-film actor Bill Moseley, and she’s been obsessed with the grotesque since she was a young girl. In her late 20s, which is middle age in this industry, and covered in tattoos of cartoon-character zombies, Moseley became an unexpected sensation.
Jane Moseley is styled by Eunyoung Sohn in ‘Morning Has Broken’, lensed by Hyea W. Kang for Vogue Korea December 2018./ Hair by Rick Gradone; makeup by Holly Silius