Garage #15 F/W 2018.19 : Rihanna by Deana Lawson

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  1. MissMagAddict

    MissMagAddict The future is stupid

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    Queen Rihanna by Deana Lawson Covers GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
    The Human Future is here.
    Photographed by Deana Lawson.
    Fashion Editor: Carlos Nazario

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    Someone please stop her. She is overexposed to the point of me having yawn reflex to this cover. There are so many celebrities except Rihanna and Beyonce, if editors didn't know that.
     
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    Her skin looks radiant here and it's actually a beautiful shot, but I'm over the media's fascination with Rihanna.

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    I'm assuming this is the full edit? Love it. It's what I imagine US Vogue should look like if they'd like to appeal to the contemporary reader. HF glam with with a faint indie grit.


     
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    The editorial is so glamorous with just enough amount of quirkiness. Definitely puts Edward's September Issue to shame. However, please let this be the end of her exposure in HF magazine. At least until the end of the year.
     
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    Apologies for the messy layout! Posting is not as easy as I thought it would be!

    The Human Future (I think this is the title?)

    Photographer: Momo Okabe
    Stylist: Matt Holmes
    Hair & Makeup: Tomomi Fukuchi
    Model: Yu Ishizuka

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    Speedo advertorial disguised as 'an ode to the brand's 104-year history.' Photographed at the Niagara Falls.

    Photographer: Tina Tyrell
    Production Mateen Mortazavi
    Fashion Editor: Viktoria Sekrier
    Hair: Blake Erik
    Makeup: Ingeborg
    Model: Emily Gafford

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    Shot at Philip Johnson's Glass House, the photographer fires 16 cameras all at the same time. Meaning one sitting, different angles. Quite innovative!

    Photographer: Barbara Probst
    Production: Wei-Li Wang
    Fashion Editor: Matt Holmes
    Hair: Shinya Nakagawa
    Makeup: Ai Yokomizo
    Model: Luisana Gonzalez, Mali Koopman and Reilly Patton.




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    Pas De Deux. The idea was apparently to style the models as if they're either siblings or lovers (or given this magazine, both) The gist of it basically pairs female and male runway looks together. And there too I'm not getting it. But oh well.

    Photographer: Estelle Hanania
    Production: Mathieu Le Denmat & Location scout - Catherine Gamard
    Fashion Editor: Brian Molloy
    Hair: Pawel Solis
    Makeup: Anthony Preel
    Model: Jamily Wernke Meurer and Ewan

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    Focus on brands inspired by Bernadette Corporation......

    Photographer: Annie Powers
    Production: Wei-Li Wang
    Set Designer: Julia Wagner
    Fashion Editor: Stella Greenspan
    Hair: Edward Lampley
    Makeup: Emi Kaneko
    Model: Anok Yai
    Shot at Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation

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    The Human Future

    Photographer: Nadine Ijewere
    Production: Qui Productions
    Set Designer: Gille Mills
    Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
    Hair: Ramsell Martinez
    Makeup: Tsipporah Liebman
    Model: Achok Majak

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    Miu Miu advertorial starring, as much as I can gather, actresses from Nigeria's Nollywood industry.

    Photographer: Ruth Ossai
    Fashion Editor: Daniel Obasi
    Hair: Rejoice Toochi
    Makeup: Ezeugwu Ogechukwu & Lauretta Oorji
    Model: Vivian Chime, Ema Edosio, Titus Promise Odinaka, Kingsley Odoh, Lilian Ogbuchi, Lilian Ohaeri,Rachel Uche Omeje, Attama Precious, Ugwu Chidinma Precious, Merenma Umeh

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    Digital celebrity Lol'Miquela superimposed in some of the most iconic pop culture images, wearing A/W brands. The type of idea which would be masterminded by US Harper's, only they would never dare show a women's pubes in the magazine. :rofl:

    Digital retouching: Art Post
    Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
    Hair: Cyndia Harvey

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    I quite like Annie Powers and Nadine Ijewere's editorials. But this magazine is a complete hit or miss. And when they miss, they DO miss. Some of these editorials are way too amateurish.
     
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    True, not a very strong set of edits, but there's more to appreciate than what you'd find in your average Vogue. And not a single grey-walled studio edit in sight! Really like the Probst edit. I not only admire her skill, but also the details she chose to highlight in the shots. It's still very much a fashion editorial. Definitely the Momo Okabe story photographed in Tokyo too, and some of the shots in the Speedo advertorial.

    I think I'm slowly beginning to find more value in alternative magazines purely because of the sheer amount of conception and production value which goes into their fashion edits. There's a story behind every one of the features posted so far, including Rihanna's. The Nigerian edit is definitely NOT to my taste at all, but it's a great concept, so is the Bernadette Corporation edit, and even the boy/girl one. I still don't like their styling approach in most directions (trying to see how much clothes they can pile on one person!), but I guess that's very much the style now.

    If Vogue, Elle and Harper's are wondering where their advertisers are disappearing to, this is where they're at!
     
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    There's something about the Momo Okabe editorial that I really like.
     

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