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thanks for all that load of info, softgrey!!.
..wish we could get some of her earlier stuff for Dutch magazine..

hmm, the advertising process seems slightly complicated.. in case designers give some percentage to magazines.. which, in my ignorance, I was completely unaware of until now.. but I suppose the lack of [percentage] makes you a non-advertiser?.. does that mean you appear.. for free?. ugh, should I take this to.. careers and education? d&c?.

cutx, love that editorial, it's featured in post #4.

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unfortunately it's always all about the advertising
magazines want to have lots of subscriptions and a big distribution to make them attractive to advertisers who want to access as many people in their target market as possible... if their clothes appear in the magazine it's just one more enticement to pay thousands for advertising space...

will be back later to comment on the styling so that this is more on topic :p


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JILL STUART S/S 07
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I SCREAM. YOU SCREAM. WE ALL SCREAM, FOR ICE CREAM.
ID Magazine July 2007
Photographed by Cedric Buchet
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Models: Ekaterina Kiseleva & Mina.
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i just think that story is astonishing...

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oh my gosh. i adore the silent spring editorial.

such a delicate and subtle style, it seems... wonderful thread mullet.

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^thanks, cossy!.

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#38 = AMAZING story.....

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Thank you MulletProof I love everything you posted but especially SATYRICON

JILL STUART AUTUMN/WINTER 07.08






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^MMA, what's your japanese source to know who styled this or that show??

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VOGUE NIPPON MAY 2006
We Adore Couture
Styled by Joanne Blades
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^you found it!.
I only came across very bad shots when I was looking for this..

and thanks for the Jill Stuart pics.. I adored the show.. I had no idea she had styled it.. great job.

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Quote:
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regarding the use of certain designers...
mostly it is a matter of personal taste...
certain stylists simply love certain styles of clothing and certain designers so you will tend to see them using them over and over...it also depends on the magazine and how many 'non-advertisers' they will allow the stylist to have in one story...
and some stylists are a bit rebellious and are always trying to sneak in the lesser know (some might say 'cooler') designers...
you don't see dries or demeulemeester or yohji or comme or margiela much in editorials either...
*no advertising...

politics and personal taste...that's what it is...
Forgive me, I've only just seen this, but thank you for your very informative response. I'd like to style some day so this is very telling and absolutely devastating. Do stylists ever truly have complete creative control, aside from the accompanying photog, over the edit. or is it all in the magazine's hands in the end, whether obscure or eminent? Obviously there's a bit of give and take in the life of a stylist if you want to make an income, so there'd have to be a tradeoff - a bit of boring but lucrative commercial work mixed with the interesting, emotive efforts, I assume.

Back OT, sorry!

The craving for a Vogue Nippon subscription grows, quite violently so, every time I enter this thread. Thanks for the photos, MissMagAddict.

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