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EDITORIALS / August 18 2011 9:35 AM

Extreme Makeover: Supermodels Edition

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W‘s September issue is pretty epic. It arrived sans fanfare in the FashionIndie office yesterday and I immediately seized it within my eager claws, having witnessed the miracle that was the cover only a few days ago. In his first full issue, Edward Enninful makes his mark with a series of strong editorials, one of my favorites being “Transformers,” featuring a roster of superstar models in dramatic “Before” and “After” looks.

Extreme Makeover: Supermodels Edition

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CAMPAIGNS, FASHION, GIRLS, MODELS, NYC / July 26 2011 12:32 PM

W Mag Loves New York City

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W Mag Loves New York City

Lindsey Wixson  and Daphne Groeneveld  star in the outpouring New York City infatuation that is this spread in W Magazine. The editorial, entitled “Scene on the Street,” was photographed by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Edward Enninful.

The shoot has a little of everything, with styles inspired by the 20′s right up to the 2000′s. Check them out for yourself below:

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CULTURE, FASHION / May 2 2011 6:00 PM

MUSE OF THE WORLD: McQueen at the Met a Study in Romance; J. Crew Is Here, Queer, Get Into It; Proenza is Ready to Play Dress-Up

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- At the McQueen press preview this morning, Stella McCartney and Sarah Burton shared their thoughts while Philip Treacy got a little misty-eyed over the Andrew Bolton-curated Alexander McQueen:Savage Beauty. Instead of a chronological trek through McQueenland, Bolton organized the exhibit into six themes: The Romantic Mind, Romantic Gothic, Romantic Nationalism, Romantic Exoticism, Romantic Primitivism, and Romantic Naturalism. I’ll be live-tweeting my experience at the Met tomorrow morning if you’re interested in seeing what Romantic Hysterical Crying looks like over Fashion Indie‘s Twitter, @fashionindie.  [Style File]

MUSE OF THE WORLD: McQueen at the Met a Study in Romance; J. Crew Is Here, Queer, Get Into It; Proenza is Ready to Play Dress Up

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FASHION / April 27 2011 6:29 AM

FASHION SCRAMBLE: Alex White Out, Edward Enninful In at W + The Japanese Fashion Show Must Go On + Prince Harry, Royal Party Animal

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- W‘s longtime fashion and style editor, Alex White, is leaving the mag to pursue her own projects — possibly including an online magazine — but fear not, fellow obsessive editorial lovers! Vogue contributing editor Edward Enninful — whose recent work includes the stunning “The Blackallure” for Vogue Italia — will take her place starting May 1. White has been with W since 1994 and has helped ease what has been a slightly rocky transition from the Patrick McCarthy to Stefano Tonchi era. According to both White and Tonchi, however, the split is amicable and mutually agreed upon. [WWD]

FASHION SCRAMBLE: Alex White Out, Edward Enninful In at W + The Japanese Fashion Show Must Go On + Prince Harry, Royal Party Animal

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EDITORIALS / April 7 2011 7:30 AM

Three Models Hit Their Personal Best for Vogue Italia

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Extreme hair, statement lips and exaggerated silhouettes may seem like too much when melded into one look, but they actually complement one another quite harmoniously in the April 2011 issue of Vogue Italia. Models Daphne Groeneveld, Lindsey Wixson and Kristina Salinovic demonstrate their “Personal Best” for photographer Steven Meisel in designs from the likes of Roberto Cavalli, Blumarine and Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquiere. Stylist Edward Enninful conjured 70s memories with punk rock hair, disco platforms and flowery prints, creating an electric and spirited mood for the commander of Italian fashion. But what makes this spread so spectacular is the intimate personality of the photographs; it’s almost like looking at pictures of very gorgeous, very fabulous old-time friends.

Three Models Hit Their Personal Best for Vogue Italia

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