At the beginning of summer, and at the termination of oh-so-fun internship at Interview, I worked for the stylist Joanne Blades for a couple of weeks. Typical intern stuff, schlepping things…but working outside of a magazine with a freelance stylist gave me a very important new look on this industry. It doesn’t have to be stressful and you don’t need 15 racks of clothes to style a cover worthy shoot. Very inspirational. Joanne is extremely nice and the most easy-going, down-to-earth stylist I’ve met yet.
I worked on 2 shoot with her (half a block away from my beef’s place, holla!), one for Muse Magazine and one for Numéro Tokyo. I haven’t found the spread for Numéro yet, but here are some images from the Muse shoot. I swear, the space theme is very current and will continue to grow. Feast your eyes on these great futuristic inspired clothing and sculptures.
That Givency dress is a space cowboy’s dream. Again, loving the subdued makeup (if any at all) with the dramatic clothes. Such a great contrast.
This is the new breed of minimalism.
PS. Muse Magazine is pretty great. Sleak, no fuss layout. Just great art.