“How much money you’ve got?”
Have a good beach weekend 🙃
Clip from Helmut by June
1,3902512 July, 2019
Makeup artist @gucciwestman by @benhassett for Models.com’s #IndustryNow , link in bio.
As far as celebrity makeup artists go, Gucci Westman practically set the bar with her “second skin” glamour bringing actresses like Cameron Diaz and Emma Stone that much closer to realizing their full star power potential. One of her lofty, breathtaking looks or a full-on transformation on the cover of a glossy means a celebrity can have an impact viewed at any distance from the newsstand. It was that aspirational level of cosmetic supervision and a tip-off from Grace Coddington that hoisted Westman’s career to the top and garnered her Vogue covers by the handful. The California-born, Sweden-raised makeup artist has since overseen the vanity mirror for Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindbergh, Harley Weir and Cass Bird.
Hair stylist Holli Smith (@hollismithhead) talked to MDCBeauty contributing editor @pepgay about queer identity’s connection to hair.
Happy #pride !
See the whole interview now via the link in our bio ❤️
5881729 June, 2019
With production budgets and rates lowering, the future of artist representation will rely heavily on the power of connections. @managementartists cofounder and CEO @24mao is standing up to the challenge
Photo by @benhassett for Models.com #IndustryNow
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“Industry, Now” is an ongoing series by Models.com highlighting individuals who add permanence to the fashion community—some at their start and some at the top. Portraits by @benhassett for MDC.
1,0261927 June, 2019
We’re still thinking of how good this show must have smelled like 🌾 @jacquemus took to the lavender fields for its 10th birthday. See more of the fanciful fashion week moment in the link in bio
With a new appointment as global fashion director of i-D Magazine, stylist @mr_carlos_nazario’s mounting advance to the upper tiers of the industry comes with little surprise––the Puerto Rican, New York-born, college-drop-out has been steadily unfurling this moment since his start as an assistant to Joe McKenna when Nazario was working for Love Magazine in London at the age of 20. His refreshing grasp of culture and its interplay with what one wears has made him one of the most exciting voices working today. For this reason, Nazario is a sought after source of modernity by image-makers, publication and designers from photographers like Collier Schorr and Tyler Mitchell to magazines like i-D and American Vogue and to brands like Proenza Schouler and Lanvin.
As the latest sit-down in our interview series “In Discussion With” in partnership with @fordmodels , Carlos Nazario discusses his own career and cultivating change in the new era of fashion.
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Interview by Christopher Michael
Editors @themoskovic, Christopher Michael