Model Lina Hoss is styled by Isabelle Kountoure in Joachim Mueller-Ruchholtz images for Wallpaper magazine September 2017./ Hair by Christos Bairabas; makeup by Yannis Siskos
Model Maria Bailey is styled by Isabelle Kountoure in 'Pandora's Box, lensed by Jan Lehner for Wallpaper* Magazine June 2017./ Hair by Louis Ghewy; makeup by Yannis Siskos
AOC moves from the elegance of Paris' Galerie Bernard Dulon tribal art treasures, showcased by model Sophia Linnewedel to the Danakil Depression.
Bubbling volcanoes light up the night sky, sulphurous mounds of yellow contort into otherworldly shapes, and mirages of camels cross lakes of salt. Lying 100m and more below sea level, the Danakil Depression is about the hottest and most inhospitable place on Earth. In fact it’s so surreal that it doesn’t feel like part of Earth at all. If you want genuine, raw adventure, then few corners of the globe can match this overwhelming wilderness. But come prepared because with temperatures frequently saying hello to 50°C and appalling ‘roads’, visiting this region is more an expedition than a tour. Source
Conde Nast Traveller UK March 2016 takes us to a place that defies human logic Ethiopia: The Edge of Reason