FAULT Issue 17 exclusive shoot with fashion blogger Hanna Beth

 

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FAULT met up with model, fashion blogger and all round internet personality – Hanna Beth. Currently modelling in LA and juggling her many social media outlets, FAULT spoke to Hanna  about the numerous projects she’s got going on and how she keeps centred with such a busy schedule. View the whole interview in FAULT Issue 17 or for more on Hanna Beth, check out her site: www.hannabeth.buzznet.com

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FAULT: What do you love most about the modelling industry? Hanna: I think what I love most is that I’m able to portray so many different looks and try so many different styles. I just get to meet so many different people and fashion has always been one of my favourite things and main inspirations so the fact that I get to work with that is great. I’m only 5’2” so I never really thought modelling would be a career and the fact that I was able to make something out of that, and just prove that you don’t have to be like 5’10” to be able to do modelling.   You are based in L.A. but have you ever considered moving to one of the fashion capitals for your career? For now I love living in L.A. A lot of my modelling is based there just because of my size. I feel like they’re more acceptable to tattoos and edginess, but recently I have been doing more out here in London and in Tokyo as well.   What do you like most about London? I think the fashion. I feel like people are a little bit more edgy and daring in London compared to L.A. and I also love the transportation in London. I hate driving and in L.A. you have to have a car to get anywhere, there’s no real public transportation and here it’s so easy to get anywhere.

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Marc Jacobs jacket with fur collar
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Kesha Rose by Charles Albert earring
Vivienne Westwood boots

What are your favourite trends of the moment? Right now for Fall and Winter I’m just loving oversized shirts as dresses and anything comfortable. I love just wearing big oversized clothes and pairing it with a really crazy pair of shoes cause I like height. I love the whole plaid, tartan trend that’s happening right now and I just wear a lot of black. I love KTZ!

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John Hardy naga ring
Vivienne Westwood Red Label blouse
Ashton Michael bowtie and shorts

How would you describe your personal style? I guess it kind of changes day by day. I do love to be comfortable but one day I might go for a more edgy late 70s punk vintagy look and then I could be more boho 60s chic type of thing with a goth inspiration. I’m always changing.   What’s a typical day in the life of Hanna Beth? I guess I don’t really have typical days because I’m always doing something different whether it’s with modelling or something that has to do with my blogging. I’ve been blogging now for 7-8 years so I might be going into Buzz Media and having meetings or I work with a few other fashion brands doing collaborations so I’ve been doing that. When I’m not working I like to just hang out with my friends, go out dancing, go to the cinema, keep it chilled.

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Lillian Crowe necklace
ASHI skirt

In previous interviews your spoken about your spirituality and about ‘big loves’ and things like that. Can you tell us a bit about this life philosophy? I guess I just try to live my live to the fullest each day and if something’s not making me happy I don’t want to do it, even if it’s a company I don’t fully believe or style I’m not fully in to – I wouldn’t want to promote something I’m not in to because I just feel like life’s too short. I don’t want to settle. I try to always stay positive and make the most of every situation. 

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Anthony Franco tulip gown
Lillian Crowe flexion cuff and double finger ring

What is your FAULT? I’m really hard on myself and I also overthink too much.

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Photographer: Ben Cope Hair stylist: John Blaine Make up arist: Anna Branson Wardrobe Stylist: Holly Copeland Interview: Rebecca Unger Special Thanks: India James

FAULT of the Day – Jenstarr

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Hair, make up (using Tom Ford) and styling by Jenstarr
Body Jewellery by Julia Clancey
Stockings by Calvin Klein
Shoes by Chinese laundry
(Octopus chair by-L’esparance design inc)

‘FLIPPER’ – Bror Ivefeldt’s FAULT

 

Top and Leotard: Mark Fast Trousers: Ziad Ghanem

Top and Leotard: Mark Fast — Trousers: Ziad Ghanem

Printed leotards (worn on top of each other) -­? Ziad Ghanem Cape -­? Ziad Ghanem Shoes -­? Manolo Blahnik

Printed Leotards: Ziad Ghanem–Cape: Ziad Ghanem–Shoes: Manolo Blahnik

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Printed Leotards: Ziad Ghanem–Cape: Ziad Ghanem–Shoes: Manolo Blahnik

Mesh top: Jean Paul Gaultier @ House of Liza-- Dress: Andrew Majtenyi

Mesh top: Jean Paul Gaultier @ House of Liza– Dress: Andrew Majtenyi

PVC printed hoodie: Ziad Ghanem

PVC printed hoodie: Ziad Ghanem

Left Model wears - Bra: Libidex--Dress: Ziad Ghanem Rght Model Wears - PVC printed hoodie: Ziad Ghanem

Left Model wears – Bra: Libidex–Dress: Ziad Ghanem
Rght Model Wears – PVC printed hoodie: Ziad Ghanem

Dress: Scarlet Rage Vintage--Tights – Falke Shoes -­? Manolo Blahnik

Dress: Scarlet Rage Vintage–Tights: Falke–Shoes: Manolo Blahnik

Dress : Natasha Zinko

Dress : Natasha Zinko

 

Photographer: Bror Ivefeldt – www.ivefeldt.com

Stylist: Aiden Connor

Hair Stylist: Steven Riashi

Make-­up Artist: Victoria Hanna

Photographic Assistant: Aiden Jordan

Model: Brenda @ Aimee at D1 Models

MARTINA GIACHI’S FAULT – EXCLUSIVE EDITORIAL FOR FAULT ONLINE

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Earrings & anklet: VINCENZO SPANo (BOUTIQUE NADINE)

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Sweatshirt: VICTORIA&STELLA
Necklace & Flower: VINCENZO SPANo (BOUTIQUE NADINE)

Photographer: Martina Giachi www.martinagiachi.com

Stylist: Elisa Sedoni www.elisasedoni.com

Makeup:Ilaria Borgioli www.ilariaborgioli.com

Hairstyling:  ANTOMATT  www.facebook.com/antomatt.gramparac

Manicurist: Silvia Bartolozzi

Photography assistant: Andrea Berti

Model: Lydia Wei@WOMEN MANAGEMENT MILAN

‘Peacock’ – Daniela Mace Rossiter’s FAULT

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Dress: CHARLOTTE MULLOR Ring: MAXIME LLORENS

Leather dress by JITROIS Maxi Skirt by JEAN-PAUL GAULTIER Long patterned jacket by RYNSHU Coil ring by 14C JWLS Zigzag ring by MAXIME LLORENS Acetate and metal sunglasses by GIVENCHY

Leather dress:JITROIS
Skirt: JEAN-PAUL GAULTIER
Jacket:RYNSHU
Ring: 14C JWLS
Ring: MAXIME LLORENS
Acetate and metal sunglasses: GIVENCHY

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Dress: ALINE OCHOA Necklace: SWAROVSKI

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Dress: DIDIT HEDIPRASETYO Collar: LINE OCHOA Necklace: SWAROVSKI

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Dress by ALINE OCHOA Long patterned jacket by SONIA DELAUNAY Sleeveless jacket with fringes by ART/C Wool coat coated: RYNSHU Nylon pantyhose: NICOLAS MESSINA Earrings: DSQUARED2

Leather deer aspect body by JITROIS Plastron covered with feathers by ALINE OCHOA Afternoon earrings by SWAROVSKI

Leather deer aspect body: JITROIS
Plastron: ALINE OCHOA
Earrings: SWAROVSKI

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Golden bomber: JONATHAN LIANG Coat: DSQUARED2 Ring: CLEMENTINE HENRION Glasses: CHOPARD

 Art Direction & Photography : Daniela Mace Rossiter
Styling : Marine Souq
Hair : Vladimir Vreba
Make-up : Anais Cordevant
Model : Daria (Marylin Agency)

FAULT Reviews: Detroit rapper Danny Brown live at the Met (Pawtucket, RI)

When you attend a Danny Brown concert, expect to quickly befriend your neighbor. Or at least become accustomed to the scent of joints and Newports while you dance. Having followed the rapper’s career from afar, I didn’t exactly know what to expect. Would we encounter a charismatic wordsmith on the prowl or a vulnerable introvert with the habit of posting confessional snippets on Twitter? I suppose that I shouldn’t have underestimated Brown’s ability to navigate the balance of comedic spectacle and natural skill.

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Photo: Josh Wehle

Following a set from show-openers Tanboys, the polarizing underdog of rap was clearly the king of the court at The Met in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. From the second that he hit the stage, Brown, sporting recently dyed hair the color of a St. Patrick’s Day shamrock, controlled the eager masses with his tightly-controlled rhythm and signature voice, spitting out rhymes like a man who knew that he had nothing to lose. After all, Brown’s fans embrace his “weirdness” (he once stated that 50 Cent didn’t want to sign him to a label due to his affinity for skinny jeans), championing the rapper’s unflinching honesty about growing up in Detroit, in addition to his high-pitched wordplay. Surrounded by the energy of the Bruiser Brigade, Brown performed songs from 2011’s XXX and his current album Old. Highlights from Old included: ‘Side A (Old)’, ’25 Bucks’, ‘Handstand’, and ‘Smokin and Drinkin’. The crowd, which seemed to have a median age of twenty-two, seemed to be enraptured. The rapper’s mere presence was enough to incite mania. Unlike a Drake or even hometown rival Big Sean, Brown doesn’t need the gaudy distractions of bottle-popping club thumpers or odes to designer-duds. His power lies in his conviction, the dedication to exposing the raw and ugly truths of life. Girls decked out in skate shoes and Obey snapbacks partied next to hip-hop heads in fresh sneakers and chunky chains. Bouncing with boundless showmanship, Brown tore through song after song. He moved about the stage with ease, ending every other song with the flash of his tongue. Combined with the venue setup and the crowd demographic, I couldn’t help but feel transported back to the days of college house parties, where nearly everyone swayed to the bass while clutching a red cup.

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Brown has been adamant about sticking to the truth of his craft, rather than clamoring for radio-friendly hits. In the past, he’s said: “I think now with me and my music, it’s just something that I want to leave behind when I die.” Considering the work that Brown has already released, I doubt that his work will be forgotten. At the core of his music, Brown is a story-teller, one who captures the humanity of his community, no matter how bleak or grim (it’s no surprise that he cites Nas as one of his early influences). As long as Brown continues to have something to say, count me among the many hip-hop aficionados that will continue to listen.

 

Words: Vanessa Willoughby