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Surrealism, Abbey Lee & Maniamania

To say ManiaMania have build up something of a cultish following would not be inaccurate. The jewellery label’s quickly-established trademark of bohemian rawness and mystical themes is as clear cut and singular as their pieces are complex, and there couldn’t be a better face for the brand than Abbey Lee Kershaw – a walking personification of their style. For spring 2011/2012 their collection The Third…
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: ManiaMania S/S '11 '12

Abbey Lee returns

While she’s been the star of a number of campaigns, Abbey Lee Kershaw‘s presence in magazine editorials has, for want of a better term, plummeted this year. That may in part come down to less demand for the grunger, rocker girl – after all, the demand for classic beauties has conversely increased and when the likes of Isabeli Fontana can work a Sophia Loren-esque look…
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Numero 126, September 2011

Like a supermodel rocks it

Those who balk at the sheer clothing trend often do so because of exactly this kind of look: it’s still considered extreme. And because it’s worn by a model, in this case Abbey Lee Kershaw, they believe that such a statement can only be made either on the catwalk or at a party by those to traverse the catwalk for a living. Of course, that…

A rockstar Abbey Lee

Abbey Lee Kershaw is back and this time she returns with a rockstar bang! Inspired by the 70s rock n’ roll era, Japanese label Moussy’s fall / winter 2011 campaign is all about leather and tweed. Terry Richardson photographs this rare fabric combination, unsurprisingly in his trademark against-a-bare-wall setting. Worn out denim jackets contrast with a fur-laden throw. As bell sleeves, wide-rimmed hats and lace-up…
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Moussy A/W '11 Campaign

Abbey Lee for Gucci a barrage of glamour

Gucci’s fall 2011 collection was one of the most glamourously colourful to navigate the Milan runways, so it rather seems odd to flood the associated campaign with projections that muddy the otherwise pristine jewel hues of the clothing. It’s none the less an interesting effect; as if the colour and light playing across each image were from some theatre reel of footage of the same…
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Gucci A/W '11 Campaign

Jess Hart interview: Neon Hart in London

A lot has changed since model Jessica Hart lived in London. Fast forward five years and the native Australian has risen to the top of the international modeling game with a host of high profile international campaigns and catwalk appearances under her belt. This week she returned to the city to unveil her own fashion label, Neon Hart, at the legendary Selfridges department store. Fashionising.com’s…
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011
Neon Hart by Jessica Hart 2011

Is that really Abbey Lee?

There is nothing profound here, but there is a question: with their budgets and their access to people who are actually well versed in using Photoshop, when can we expect more from old media?

Abbey Lee, strength in style

Much like the accompanying cover, Abbey Lee Kershaw‘s shoot from inside Numero’s latest issue is marked by sleek hair and strong outfits. There’s a sports theme: but far less about the sweatbands-and-football-socks sportswear, as was so popular last year, and more an evolution into applying the form-fitting slickness of traditional sporting wares and applying them to styling with an air of sensuality. As such, leather…
NSFW Photo gallery included.

The hungry ghost below

A pair of Prada shoes peeking with intent over the edge of a bridge, contemplating the water below. That much is unambiguous; but where the path forks, where the result is unknown, is in the final moment. Does the bridge pull the wearer of the shoes back from the brink? Or does the water prevail? Remi Rebillard‘s latest shoot Fragmentary Girl takes on the very…
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard
Fragmentary Girl by Remi Rebillard

Abbey Lee: sleek hair for Numero

We’ve grown a little accustomed to seeing Abbey Lee Kershaw with grunge hair – so the styling of Numero’s latest cover is a welcome reminder of just how to rock a sleek, unfussy hairstyle in 2011.

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