In our previous feature, we already introduced you to Madison Sells of Freedom Models LA. This time around, photographer Jeffrey Chan collaborates with her again to capture another facet of her beauty.
In a world swamped with a bunch of noises, South Korean-Australian artist Peter Lee, also known as Munan, offers a retreat of sound with his debut EP, “Tranquillity.” “While making this EP, I wanted to capture the feeling of starting off calm and peaceful, slowly getting agitated, and then ending it on a high,” he shares. This EP isn’t just a collection of songs; it’s an offering from the heart.
“Summer days in Mallorca were truly unforgettable, thanks to dream girls Michelle Bagarra and Amelia Ross, who are represented by Premier Models. This was a one-of-a-kind experience that we’ll cherish forever,” exclaim the talented photographers Dominika Polasz and Sylvia Polasz, reminiscing about their four-day photoshoot that involved multiple teams. This series is an ode to the delights of summer, capturing moments of joy, the beauty of sun-drenched landscapes, and the warmth of connection.
Captured by Danny Getz, starring Jaclyn, these images sketch a moment of calm in the lively city of Los Angeles. Getz recounts: “I recently shot with Jaclyn May Breen in Malibu, CA. Jaclyn and I hiked down to a more secluded beach-scape with a few water carafes, a few styling pieces, a book, and a towel to capture an afternoon in a calmer LA.”
“This was taken spontaneously on a dock in Oregon. Inspired by nostalgia, and the idea that anywhere – no matter how simple – can be beautiful. You can find joy in any corner of the world, and there’s joy in spontaneity. Jump in the water with your clothes on, feel the dying light on your skin, and embrace being alive right now.”
Being underwater, with no oxygen, floating mid depth with weights around my waist, is as close to an otherworldly experience as I can think of. Time, space and sound are all distorted and form a new sens of reality. The perception of colors change depending on the light and time of day.
Just one last weekend, One last moment before you leave, Just one last day under your warm Sun, One last time. Enjoy a stunning series featuring beauty Janell Williams, photographed by Keitaro Cloward, where it’s all about sandy beaches, azure-blue water, and golden sparkle.
In the verdant landscapes of Wicklow, Ireland, Polish beauty Aleksandra Sikorska teamed up with photographer Pavel Demidovich to create a series that serves as an ode to nature. The project was captured through the lens of a Nikon Fm2n, using Kodak Gold film.
In a late summer series, Katherine Moffat captures the effortless grace of tennis. Sasha Boulton, who is with Stranger Agency in Vancouver, BC, brings a quiet allure to the court. Shot entirely on 35mm film, the series combines the timelessness of film with the fleeting warmth of summer.
“One thinks that the summer may never end, just like all the beautiful moments.” This series, shot spontaneously one sunny afternoon, seeks to capture that exact feeling. Model Valery Starostina and photographer Vittoria Barbiero—two artists connected by their appreciation for beauty and light—find themselves reunited in the mesmerizing streets of Bologna, Italy.
“Summer days in Mallorca were truly unforgettable, thanks to dream girls Michelle Bagarra and Amelia Ross. This was a one-of-a-kind experience that we’ll cherish forever,” exclaim the talented photographers Dominika Polasz and Sylvia Polasz, reminiscing about their four-day photoshoot that involved multiple teams. Part 2 takes us on a trip that offers a mix of fashion and the rugged coastal landscape.
“Black Pool” serves as a alluring glimpse of what to expect from the forthcoming album. It is a single that irresistibly invites listeners to sing along, and it’s effortlessly captivating, making one wish the song would play on endlessly. Even with its catchy rhythm and uplifting feel, the song doesn’t shy away from its profound theme.
“I’m a big fan of collaborating with other artists who are stronger than me in their own areas. I love how it stretches me into details I never would have thought of if I was just doing it on my own,” Walshy begins, setting the tone for an artistic journey that grows on collaboration and emotional resonance. For those unacquainted with Walshy’s work, he’s transforming life’s simplicities and complexities alike into listening magic.
Hailing from the southern British shores, Brighton-based four-piece Holler make a brand of indie that couldn’t be more of a dead-ringer for its natural habitat. Melding modulated elements of new wave with modern indie rock, much like their Mancunian countrymen The 1975, it’s a breezy cocktail of sorts that is realistically enjoyed best on the beach.
Michael Imhof seeks in his portraits the genuine, the unadulterated, the encounter. In this Parisian series, the enigmatic model Tezz becomes not just the subject but an integral part of that search. Initially distant, separated by a pane of glass. Trust grows, followed by letting go. Only after that do their gazes meet, allowing for closeness. Few things may be as fascinating as capturing such moments, making them visible, even for others.