Matthew Brookes was seeing blue for his latest men's editorial. Shot on a beach in Spain, it was all blue skies to set the stage for the sporty spring fashions for his model crew.
Hasse Nielsen envisions a night out with Jerry Hall in the 70s for his latest editorial. Casting Swedish statuesque stunner Frida Gustavsson as the legendary model & rock star muse.
Kevin O'Brien shot Karl Lagerfeld's larger than life hula-hoop bags for Elle Accessories. The shoot was an homage to both the 90s version of the Chanel bags and an Elle shoot that featured them, the circle of fashion trends continues to go round.
Julia Noni complimented Jil Sander's colorful spring showing with tangerine walls in her ode to the designers triumphant return to the label baring her name. Ever the humble aesthetist, Sander explained, "Reclaiming my name sounds a bit too dramatic...I was offered the position and I accepted."
Fresh off her turn on the Prada fall/winter '13 runway, 90s it-model Liisa Winkler, spends a sunny afternoon lounging around with Alex Cayley.
Dapper in double...Matthew Brookes stepped into the studio with Simon Nessman for the March 2013 issue of Details to highlight the spring sartorial trend of double breasted suits. Tell us which is your favorite to step out in?
Alex Cayley has captured supermodel Karolina Kurkova for a variety of different stories over her 10 year career as a supermodel. For her latest evolution, Kurkova has taken on the challenge of finding the next 'face' of fashion in the new reality show 'The Face' that debuted this week on the Oxygen network. Facing off against fellow supers Naomi Campbell & Coco Rocha (another familiar face in front of Alex's lense as you may remember here). Who will come out on top...our money's on Karolina from these photos!
With spring like temperatures in NYC we were excited to see Gemma Booth's springspirational editorial for L'Officiel Netherlands. Featuring Agnes Nabuurs, a Dutch beauty from the same fertile soil that grows a favored spring flower - tulips, we're sure to see Agnes blossoming all over the runways in the coming show season.
It's a matte matte world...in Simon Burstall's latest beauty story featuring everything from nail polish to eyebrows getting the matte treatment.
"Dutch was a publication that influenced the way we looked at magazines for the next few decades.” ~ Diane Pernet
Famed hair stylist Neil Moodie featured a story he did for Dutch magazine with Alex Cayley on his blog - http://www.itsamoodieblog.com/. Moodie also included a brief history on the various players in this timeless story:
"Dutch was always done with a sense of humour and elegance which was one of the reasons forits success...This shoot featured today is one of many I worked on for Dutch, this particular one was shot by British born Essex boy Alex Cayley, in the earlier stages of his career. Alex had assisted Corinne Day in London ( which is when I first met him) then he moved to New York to assist the legendary photographer Albert Watson. When Cayley eventually went alone into the world of fashion he quickly made a unique mark with his technical but stark photography, but still managed to maintain a British edge to his work by converting to his British photography grunge roots, with the poses he would get the girls to do. Dutch magazine championed Alex’s work and he shot regularly for them which I was lucky enough to work on most of them with him collaborating with the great American stylist Joanne Blades. This particular story we shot in the suburbs of New Jersey, just across the Hudson river, an unlikely destination for a fashion shoot, with the former Gucci model Carolyn Park-Chapman."