Photo: Olivia Hemus Pilot Magazine Issue 5 has just hit newsstands and comes with two cover options: Emily Baker in a gamine blonde wig styled by Richard Kavanagh, and Christopher Landon in a bejewelled mask, styled by Dan Ahwa. Both are the models’ first solo covers – Baker appeared on a 1am cover with Jenny Albright and Landon appeared on a Vogue Hommes Japan cover alongside seven other boys. If I had to choose one, I’d lean towards the Emily Baker version for reasons of historic significance, though I do like how much Landon looks like James Bond villain LeClick to Continue!
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Image: supplied Aucklander Christopher Landon might just be on the verge of his very own male model moment. After working just a couple of months in the New Zealand and Australian markets, he flew off for Milan where he bagged his first ever runway show for none other than D&G. And now Landon has scored big, landing on Vogue Hommes Japan‘s first ever digital cover, shot by Mariano Vivanco and styled by Lady Gaga’s personal wardrobier Nicola Formichetti. (Landon is the boy in briefs below the MMs in Hommes.) He can also be found inside the issue in a three-boyClick to Continue!
Spreads: The Superette Magazine (click all to enlarge) The Superette Magazine Issue Two is out now at all good Superette stores. Covered by Emily Theyers in moody black, inside you’ll find an array of content, all with a Super theme, including: an interview with Design Folio founder (and my former boss at Urbis Magazine) Claire Sullivan titled Super Design; a 24 hours in Vanvouver story titled Super Travel; a Selby-styled in your space shoot titled Super Inside; and a Super Profile on one of my favourite Aucklanders and the proprietor of the best store in New Zealand, Cameron at FlotsamClick to Continue!
Photo: tfs Jessica Clarke was hands down the top Kiwi model of 2010. In her first fashion month abroad, she dominated the international catwalks like no New Zealander has before, walking the Calvin Klein exclusive in New York, Dolce and Gabbana in Milan and Lanvin in Paris, bagging herself the upcoming D&G campaign in the process. Not bad for a 17 year old former national netball rep who hails from Palmerston North – a town that John Cleese described as being perfect for anybody wishing to kill themselves but lacking the inspiration. Honourable mentions also go to Bella Barber forClick to Continue!
1. Having a party at your house always seems like such a good idea when you’ve done a beautiful job decorating it and nobody has turned up yet. As soon as the crowds come, the pain begins. I threw one on Saturday night – noise control showed up three times, I narrowly avoided getting a $600 fine and some guy peed on the living room floor. The moral of that story is: save yourself the panic attacks. Don’t do it.2. The American version of The Office is amazing. I never gave it a chance because it seemed to pale inClick to Continue!