Recreate this masculine look that Gwen Stefani wore for the cover of January 2013 issue of Vogue US.
The wife, mother, fashion designer and front woman of No doubt looked amazing in the 5 page spread for the magazine. I love this look; it has a matador feel which gives edginess to this cover shoot.
Here I show you how to get the look…what do you think?
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The 43 year old Gwen photographed by the legendary Anne Leibovitz; looks years younger wearing pieces by Saint Laurent and in the interview opened up about her life as a singer and mother. Check out the video below that shows the behind scenes from the shoot and interview.
Today I am sharing with you my ‘Behind the Look’ features that will tell you how the team and I created our shoot entitled ‘Anomone’.
Marianne Paraskeva, the photographer that I worked with on this test shoot came up with the concept. She wanted it to be about BIG hairstyles and for this we asked amazing Hair and Make up Artist Bunnice Allen to create these.
Marianne wanted to have some texture for the background and found this amazing patterned wallpaper that really set off my styling which feature pieces by a designer called Clara Bella.
Below shows images from behind the scenes of this shoot.
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You may remember reading my post where I shared with you that my editorial shoot for Factice magazine was featured on fashionserved.com, well today I am sharing with you my ‘Behind the Look’ feature that will show you how we created this editorial.
On this shoot I worked with photographer Marianne Paraskeva. I love working with Marianne as she has strong ideas and is very easy to work with. She has a calming effect on everyone around her which makes her a true professional and a pleasure to work with.
For this shoot we wanted to create something that was powerful, strong and fierce. We took influence for this from the amazing Grace Jones as she is everything we wanted this shoot to be about.
GRACE JONES BY ANDREA KLARIN IMAGE SOURCED FROM TRENDLAND
Amazing make up and hair stylist Bunny Allen who I work with a lot did a fantastic job on this shoot. The sculptural hair styles that she created were amazing and we had so much fun making the model Rebecca’s skin colour darker. While we were doing this, it reminded me of the famous photo taken by David LaChapelle of Pamela Anderson called ‘Miracle Tan’. It shows Pamela in a tanning booth turning orange which is running down her white body.
MIRACLE TAN BY DAVID LACHAPELLE IMAGE SOURCED FROM TEENIDLEX
Our models James and Rebecca from D1 Models had some incredible chemistry on set and really killed each pose that they made. The photos were amazing and the teams energy was an all time high when we had finished shooting and all stood around the computer to view our hard work. Below are some of behind the scenes photos from our shoot.