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‘Classic Bloom’- FAULT Magazine Online Editorial, Benjo Arwas’ FAULT

 

 

Photographer: Benjo Arwas

Model: Avery Tharp @ Photogenics LA

Stylist: Eddie Schachnow @ Art Department, LA

Makeup: Nicole Chew @ Art Department, LA using MAC Cosmetics

Hair: Abraham Esparza using R and CO

‘Smorgasbord’: Benjo Arwas’ FAULT

BLACK HONEYCOMB PATENT LACE HAT: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN BLACK/GOLD BEE HONEYCOMB BOMBE HIP BUSTIER: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN BLACK RUFFLE TIER SKIRT: NINA RICCI LEATHER T-STRAP SHOES: SAINT LAURENT GOLD BEE PIN/NECKLACE PIN: ROCO CITRINE BROWN FRESH WATER PEARLS STERLING SILVER GOLD PLATED CHOKER: LIZA SHTROMBERG VINTAGE CHANDELIER EARRINGS: BADGLEY MISCHKA

BLACK HONEYCOMB PATENT LACE HAT: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
BLACK/GOLD BEE HONEYCOMB BOMBE HIP BUSTIER: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
BLACK RUFFLE TIER SKIRT: NINA RICCI
LEATHER T-STRAP SHOES: SAINT LAURENT
GOLD BEE PIN/NECKLACE PIN: ROCO
CITRINE BROWN FRESH WATER PEARLS STERLING SILVER GOLD PLATED CHOKER: LIZA SHTROMBERG
VINTAGE CHANDELIER EARRINGS: BADGLEY MISCHKA

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NECKLACE: LIZA SHTROMBERG

Model 1 (left) GOWN: CLAES IVERSEN WHITE FRESH WATER PEARLS DIAMOND WHITE 14K CLASP CHOKER: LIZA SHTROMBERG Model 2 (right) GOWN: CLAES IVERSEN WHITE FRESH WATER PEARLS DIAMOND WHITE 14K CLASP CHOKER: LIZA SHTROMBERG

Model 1 (left)
GOWN: CLAES IVERSEN
WHITE FRESH WATER PEARLS DIAMOND WHITE 14K CLASP CHOKER: LIZA
SHTROMBERG
Model 2 (right)
GOWN: CLAES IVERSEN
WHITE FRESH WATER PEARLS DIAMOND WHITE 14K CLASP CHOKER: LIZA
SHTROMBERG

SYMPHONY TOP (BLAZER): ILJA FLORAL JACQUARD CURVED HEM SHORTS: MARNI PLUCHE HEEL SHOES: ILJA BARBADOS LARGE STUD EARRINGS: NOIR JEWELRY

SYMPHONY TOP (BLAZER): ILJA
FLORAL JACQUARD CURVED HEM SHORTS: MARNI
PLUCHE HEEL SHOES: ILJA
BARBADOS LARGE STUD EARRINGS: NOIR JEWELRY

 

Model 1 (left): ASYMMETRIC SILK SATIN DRESS: LANVIN CORFU LINE FLOWER CHOKER: LANVIN EARRINGS: LIZA SHTROMBERG RINGS:LIZA SHTROMBERG Model 2 (right): SLEEVELESS SUIT DRESS: LANVIN LES MARQUISES LINE PENDANT NECKLACE: LANVIN STACKABLE RINGS: LIZA SHTROMBERG AGATE STERLING SILVER CUFF (BRACELET): LIZA SHTROMBERG

Model 1 (left):
ASYMMETRIC SILK SATIN DRESS: LANVIN
CORFU LINE FLOWER CHOKER: LANVIN
EARRINGS: LIZA SHTROMBERG
RINGS:LIZA SHTROMBERG
Model 2 (right):
SLEEVELESS SUIT DRESS: LANVIN
LES MARQUISES LINE PENDANT NECKLACE: LANVIN
STACKABLE RINGS: LIZA SHTROMBERG
AGATE STERLING SILVER CUFF (BRACELET): LIZA SHTROMBERG

Photography: Benjo Arwas
Styling: Amy Mach
Models: Gisete and Carter @ Pinkerton
Hair: Carina Tafulu
Makeup: Hannah Morrow
Styling Assistants: Aiden Styles

Morning Beauty: Benjo Arwas’s FAULT

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Urban outfitters (lace bra)
Foreign exchange (skirt)
Radhas Love (headpiece)

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LF (Bandeau)
BcBg Maxazria (Skirt)
Radhas Love (headpiece)
Anthropologie (necklace)

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Aidan mattox (lace dress)
Stylist’s own (flower)
Adriana Orsini earrings

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Diane Von Furstenburg (blue lace dress)
Radhas Love (headpiece)

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BcBg Maxazria (blue gown)
Radhas Love (headpiece)

Photography by Benjo Arwas @ MS-Management
Model: Mari Viitanen @ Kismet MGMT
Styling: Kym Fregoso
Makeup and Hair: Berenice Gallegos
Assistant: Drew Casey
Post Production: RSGImaging

OUR TRIBE: BENJO ARWAS’ FAULT

Wolf Tank: Forever 21, Chain & Spike Necklace: Chloe + Isabel, Tooth Necklace: Muheeka, Leather/ Spike Cuff: Muheeka.

Sweater Top: Muheeka, Agate Necklace: Muheeka, Pleather shorts: Forever 21, Snakeskin Wedges: Steve Madden, Crocodile Visor: Vintage.

 Leather Bolero: Muheeka, Suspender Bodysuit: Sugarpuss, Snakeskin Tank: Sugarpuss, Snakeskin Heels: Coach, Coral Necklace: Muheeka, Coral Bracelet: Muheeka, Leather Wrap worn as headpiece: Muheeka.

 Split Cape Poncho: Rojas, Bodysuit: Sugarpuss, Shell Necklace: Muheeka, Shell Earring (worn as headpiece): Muheeka

Poncho: Muheeka, Leather Earring (worn as hairpiece): Muheeka

Photography: Benjo Arwas
Creative Direction & Styling: Jen Summers
Models: Svetlana Mukhina @ Marilyn Agency & Pinkerton Model Management
Hair & Make Up: Berenice Gallegos
Photo Assistant: Sidney Kraemer

FAULT Magazine Exclusive Fashion Editorial – Benjo’s Arwas’ FAULT

Photographer: Benjo Arwas

Model: Emilia Vucinic @ The Lions

Stylist: Jordan Grossman

Hair and Makeup: Nicole Chew @ Art Department

Video Production: Tribe Federation

 

Olivia Holt cover shoot for FAULT Issue 29 Screen section

Olivia Holt X FAULT Magazine

Olivia Holt - FAULT Magazine Issue 29 - Screen section cover

Photography: Benjo Arwas | Styling: Courtnee Scully @lalaluxe | Make-up: Tonya Brewer | Hair: David Stanwell @thewallgroup | Post-production: Nadia Selander | Director of Photography: Scott Smith | Editor: The Pioneers | Production: Kiley Coleman | Thank You to Saksfifthavenue.com

By most standards, actress and musical performer Olivia Holt appears to be on the precipice of a career breakthrough.  With her new role as Dagger in Marvel’s latest superhero incarnation, Cloak and Dagger, alongside co-star Aubrey Joseph, the 20-year old, Mississippi-bred talent is very quickly establishing herself as an on-screen force with the talent and fortitude to portray characters substantially more complex than audiences have previously seen from her.

In addition to her new show, Holt has been working daily on writing and recording her brand of music, which she describes as pop that pays homage to her soulful, Southern roots. The success of her recent single, ‘Generous’, which gained one million views in just five days after its release in late 2017, should serve as teaser to fans of what to expect.

Holt recently took the time to talk with FAULT about the new show and her unguarded approach to her career and to life.

FAULT: Can you remember the very first performance you ever put on for an audience?
Olivia Holt: It was an audience of four as a kid: my mom, my dad, my brother, my sister. That lasted for a very long time until they were totally over me forcing them to sit down and watch me perform. But, I’d say for like a legit audience the first thing I ever did was ‘Annie,’ I think. I played an orphan and I loved every second of it.

Olivia Holt for FAULT Magazine Issue 29

Full shoot and interview available exclusively in FAULT Magazine Issue 29 – available to pre-order now!

How did you prepare for the role of Tandy?
Olivia Holt: Tandy has a lot of layers. She’s not just one note. She is a cynical human being. A lot has happened to her and she experienced something very traumatic as a child and is sort of living in survival mode and with that a comes lot of responsibility. She’s sort of the parent in her mother-daughter relationship. She’s having to take care of everything and everyone around her and I think that’s a lot for a teenager to deal with. So she have a lot on her plate.

I would remember being a physically and emotionally exhausted at the end of some of the days just because of some of the stuff that Tandy is dealing with, whether that be her relationship with her mother, or addiction, or sexual assault. So, preparing was not an easy thing, and I think I’m still preparing. But, I think she was learning and so I was learning too. We were sort of finding where we fit in our lives. That was that was an interesting journey to go on.

How was it like working with your co-star Aubrey Joseph?
Olivia Holt: He is a gem of a human being. He is just so down to earth, talented — a great scene partner but an even better friend and I feel so grateful to work with somebody who has this insane work ethic and who is genuinely nice and so passionate, not just about his character but  about the story that his character and my character share. I just think we have an awesome, special connection and the fact that both of us get to tell that story is so surreal, and I think we’re both forever grateful for it. But, I love working with him.

What can we expect from you musically later this year?
Holt: I’ve been in the studio almost every single day writing and recording this year. I actually feel like I’ve been able to prioritize music rather than bouncing around and trying to balance both acting and music. This year has really been focused on honing in on the music and making sure that I’m involved in putting in the work to find my sound and, lyrically, what I want to do. And, it’s been an incredible journey just exploring all of that. I have a few things coming up this year that I’m really excited for people to hear.

Olivia Holt for FAULT Magazine Issue 29

How would you describe your overall sound and what are some of your influences, musically?
Holt: I’m making pop records but I grew up in the South so I’m very drawn to organic instruments. So there’s a little bit of soul, a little bit of alternative — it’s artistic and cool and it just really showcases my energy and my personality and the way I talk. They are all stories coming from my real life experiences or things that I want to experience. So it’s all very personal and vulnerable and that’s my creative outlet for my specific headspace, in hopes that people are going to be able to relate and feel things when they hear my music.

Olivia Holt for FAULT Magazine Issue 29

What is your FAULT?
Olivia Holt: Acting and music are my creative outlets. It’s a way for me to escape and a way for me to be vulnerable and have that space to connect with people. But I want the projects that I work on and the music that I make to move people and make them feel alive and to keep curious and to thrive and to live so fiercely… I want to change people for the better and I want them to live a fulfilled life and hopefully I can do that through what I love to do. I want to create an environment for people to feel wanted and loved. I think that’s my fault.

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We Are All Denim – FAULT Online Exclusive Fashion Editorial

 

Photography: Benjo Arwas
Styling: Matthew Hensley
Makeup: Nicole Chew @ Art Department LA using MAC Cosmetics
Hair: Juanita Lyon @ FRA8ME LA using Oribe Hair Care
Models: Milan, Daria, Charlee and Serena @ Photogenics LA

FAULT Fashion: Margaux Brooke for FAULT Online

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Bariano black dress
Black and silver crop jacket by Suzanne Lays

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Adrianna papell dress
Nami – Sarah nami – black and white blazer
Adolfo shoes by Obi Cymatica
Devon Leigh earrings
Boera ring from Rachel meis

 

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Shekar rahate black dress with red
Black – ellie shoes
Adolfo Sanchez -red blazer
silver cuff by a.v. Max
Katie by design – rings

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Necklaces – Monique leshman
black onesie by Suzanne lays
Gentlefawn -jacket
checkered pants by Romeo and Juliet
Bettie page by Ellie – black and white shoes

 

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Moday black dress
Lloyd Klein – leopard coat
Black booties -sole society
Gold earrings – pame designs
Gold and silver cuff by a.v. Max

 

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Lloyd Klein orange dress
Black blazer by house of eleven
Devon Leigh black bracelet
Devon Leigh gold ring
Ellie – black shoes

 

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Blue dress by Adolfo Sanchez
Blazer – by house of eleven
Silver cuff – by pame designs
Silver feather earrings –
Heather Gardner Malibu
Sole society – black booties

Photographer: Benjo Arwas
Fashion Stylist: Ali Levine
Model: Margaux Brooke @ Wilhelmina Los Angeles
Makeup: Jenna Garagiola
Hair: Karl Chan
Photo Assistants: Ron Borkin and Gali Sharabani