Nancy Rohde is a stylist based in London. She originally trained in photography, but a more consuming interest in fashion led her to styling. She began her career assisting the stylist Venetia Scott, and had her first story commissioned by The Face. Nancy continues to contribute regularly to Pop and Dazed & Confused magazines. Her work can also be seen in Arena Hommes Plus, Vogue Italia, Teen Vogue, 10 and Flair and she has collaborated with photographers including Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, David Sims, Steven Klein, SÝlve SundsbÝ, Liz Collins, Laurie Bartley, Norbert Schoerner, Frederike Helwig, Serge Leblon, Paul Wetherell, Lachlan Bailey and Horst Diekgerdes. Nancy has also styled shows for Pucci, Miu Miu, Anna Molinari, Katherine Hamnett and Clements Ribeiro. She has worked closely with Dries Van Noten for many years in a consulting capacity, styling for both menís and womenswear shows.
ahh, bring it over, please!.
I love menswear editorials as well.. it's a pity that there isn't enough information whenever you come across them on the web, which turns the credits procedure into a bit of a nightmare.. for a geek at least!.
^I was first scared by this one... because actually almost everything is not Balenciaga... i was scared by the fashion globalization... I had an "hippie" moment... but I think this is actually very good, proving teens they can wear It fashion just with inventing and searching...