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Glenn Gordon photographs “A Day in the Country” fashion editorial features model Mattias Jordan, wardrobe stylist Agnes Desiderio, and grooming by Enriqueta Cruz.
Glenn Gordon shoots “Springtime at the Beach” fashion editorial, depicting the calmness of the ocean and the warmth of the sun, featuring model Georgene Smith, hair and makeup by Enriqueta Cruz, and wardrobe styled by Agnes Desiderio.
“Jeff’s Jacket” Fashion Editorial (Photo: Ash Gupta)With more than just a hint of sexuality, this titillating fashion spread with distressed knitted coverings will leave very little to your imagination.
For those of us who love Barbie dolls, this fresh fashion editorial gives us a hint of what could be Barbie’s new wardrobe this Spring. Doll-like model Amanda Michelle looks hauntingly much like a Barbie in this fashion spread with bright colors contrasting with both her black and red hairdos.
Wilde is the creator, president, and chief designer of the lifestyle brand, “Bohemian Society.” Victor Wilde’s designs continue to sell worldwide. He works with famous entertainers and collaboratively shapes the fashion aesthetic of many films, live shows, and television programs.
Manilla designer Joel Escober uses textiles ranging from delicate chiffon to the exotic fabric of the piña, a fabric made in the Philippines from the fibers of the pineapple plant. Escober uses the architecture of designs, while still embracing the delicate silhouette of the female form.
Staying with our Halloween theme for this issue of Agenda, Jeff Linett and Amy Rittner present “Gold” for your viewing pleasure. Click below to see the pictorial photographed by Jeff Linett for The Statement.
Having a difficult childhood plagued with a learning disability (dyslexia, which was unknown at the time as a disorder), Michael Levine struggled throughout his early years, but managed to find his way to becoming the founder of a prominent Hollywood PR firm (LCO – Levine Communications Office), author of a best-selling international book (Guerilla Marketing), and author of 19 books total sold internationally.