Between Space – the new editorial by Kailas exclusive to FAULT Online!

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Jacket (Georgine) Shirtdress (Lie Sang Bong) Earring, worn as pendant (Erickson Beamon)

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Coat (Kelly Wearstler) Dress (Victoria Andreyanova) Belt (Cheap Monday) Shoes (Marissa Webb) Ring (Alexis Bittar)

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Blouse (Suno) Sweater (Dr. Martins) Skirt and belt (Bibhu Mohapatra) Shoes (Marissa Webb) Necklace (Alexis Bittar)

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Blouse (Rachel Zoe) Jumper (Novis) Shoes (Walter Steiger) Necklace (Erickson Beamon) Purse (Osklen)

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Jacket (Katie Ermilio) Dress, worn as blouse (BCBG MaxAzria) Skirt (Novis) Shoes (John Fluevog) – NOT PICTURED Earrings (Erickson Beamon)

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Jacket (Lie Sang Bong) Fur stole (Adrienne Landau) Sweater (Suno) Skirt (Cheap Monday) Shoes (John Fluevog) Bangles (Circa Sixty Three)

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Mesh top (Stijlus) Collared top (Katie Ermilio) Ring (Erickson Beamon)

Photographer: Kailas (http://www.kailasphotography.com/)
Photo assistant: Nick Ducot
Fashion Stylist: Emily Bess (http://www.emilybess.com/)
Hair: Jeanie Syfu (http://artmixbeauty.com/jeanie-syfu)
Makeup: Anastasia Durasova (http://artmixbeauty.com/anastasia-durasova)
Fashion Stylist Assistant: Brandon Garr
Model: Kristy Kaurova

Fallen Angels – another exclusive editorial for FAULT Online

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On Rebekah (right):
Bandeau – Tocca Garter – What Katie Did Corset – What Katie Did Skirt – Brandon Sun Shirt – Femme D’ Armes Tights – American Apparel Gloves – Carolina Amato Knee Highs – Falke Shoes – Daniele MichettiOn Rachel (left):
Dress – Tocca Corset – What Katie Did Cardigan – 4Love and Liberty Top – Brandon Sun Shoes – Longchamp

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Jacket – TSE Gown – Tadashi Shoji Dress – Tadashi Shoji Belt – Rebecca Minkoff Shoes – Aperlai Gloves – Carolina Amato Bracelet – Alexis Bittar Earrings – Ben Amun

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Hat – American Apparel Scarf – Johnny Was Clothing Jacket – Rebecca Minkoff Dress – Tadashi Shoji Shoes – Daniele Michetti Necklace – Assad Mounser Bag – Anndra Neen Ring – Alexis Bittar

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as above

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On Rachel (right):
Dress – Charlotte Ronson Gown – Martin Grant Gloves – Carolina AmatoOn Rebekah (left):
Shirt – Marissa Webb Skirt – Martin Grant Dress – Catherine Malandrino Gloves – Carolina Amato Shoes – Alberto Moretti

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Dress – Charlotte Ronson Gown – Martin Grant Gloves – Carolina Amato Hat – Hat Attack

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Leotard – Jean Paul Gaultier Skirt – Milly Bra – Jean Paul Gaultier Boots – Freda Salvador Knee Socks – Falke Necklace, Rings, Earrings – Jill Golden

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Bralette – Tocca Bustier – What Katie Did Shorts – Tocca Necklace – Ben Amun Earrings – Ben Amun Blue Velvet Neck Tie – Tocca Shoes – Marissa Webb

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PHOTOGRAPHER – MARTIN SCOTT POWELL : Kramer & Kramer
PHOTO ASSISTANT – ROBERT BUCHAN
STYLIST – CHAUNIELLE BROWN
STYLIST’S ASSISTANTS – MELANIE SCHEINER & CALISTA MOORE
MAKEUP – ROY LIU
HAIR – DOMINIQUE TODD

MODELS – Rachel Fox : Wihelmina : Rebekah Underhill: RE Quest Model Management

“RED SENSUALITY” – EXCLUSIVE EDITORIAL FOR FAULT ONLINE

Jacket: Renoma Vintage (private collection)

Jacket: Renoma Vintage (private collection)

Top: Stefanie Renoma Bottom: Stefanie Renoma Jeweled Head-piece: Christophe Leka

Top: Stefanie Renoma
Bottom: Stefanie Renoma
Jeweled Head-piece: Christophe Leka

Jacket: Renoma

Jacket: Renoma

Trousers: Stefanie Renoma Jeweled Head-piece: Christophe Leka

Trousers: Stefanie Renoma
Jeweled Head-piece: Christophe Leka

Jacket: Renoma (vintage collection)

Jacket: Renoma (vintage collection)

Top: Stefanie renoma Trousers: Stefanie renoma

Top: Stefanie renoma
Trousers: Stefanie renoma

 

Photographer : Frederic Monceau www.fredericmonceau.com

Make Up : Delphine Perrot

Artistic Director : Raphael Toureille

Stylism : Stefanie Renoma – www.stefanie-renoma.com

Model : Julia @ Angels & Demons

Lady LaNuit – editorial shot by Patrick Walter and styled by Nadine Engel

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dress – BAGAZ jewellery – mies nobis

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top – little lazo ear cluff – akkesoir

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top – sammler berlin jewellery – akkesoir

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dress – franziska michael

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corsage – Bagaz; jewellery – akkesoir

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dress – BAGAZ jewellery – mies nobis

Photography: Patrick Walter – www.patrick-walter.net
Styling: Nadine Engel – www.facebook.com/nadinengelstyling
Hair: Sascha Schütte – www.sachaschuette.de
Make-up: Abra Kennedy – www.abrakennedy.com
Model: Lynn @ PMA Model agency, Hamburg  – www.promod.org/women/lynn-amelie

“Children of the State” – EXCLUSIVE EDITORIAL FOR FAULT ONLINE

 

Coat: Lulu Liu Swimsuit: Bordelle Shoes: Sam Edelman Earrings: Noemi Klein

Coat: Lulu Liu
Swimsuit: Bordelle
Shoes: Sam Edelman
Earrings: Noemi Klein

Dress: Boudicca

Dress: Boudicca

Left Top: Lulu Liu Shorts:  Stylestalker  Shoes: Sam Edelman Nose Piece: Olga Noronha  Ring: Noemi Klein  Left: Jacket: Boudicca  Bra: Elle Macpherson Intimates macphersonintimates.com.

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Top: Lulu Liu
Shorts: Stylestalker
Shoes: Sam Edelman
Nose Piece: Olga Noronha
Ring: Noemi Klein
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Jacket: Boudicca
Bra: Elle Macpherson Intimates

Top: Lulu Liu

Top: Lulu Liu

Top: William Wilde Skirt: James Lakeland Earrings: Noemi Klein

Top: William Wilde
Skirt: James Lakeland
Earrings: Noemi Klein

Jacket: Boudicca Bra: Elle Macpherson Intimates Shoes: Gina Rings: Noemi Klein  Ear Cuff: Yael Saloman

Jacket: Boudicca
Bra: Elle Macpherson Intimates
Shoes: Gina
Rings: Noemi Klein
Ear Cuff: Yael Saloman

Left: Dress: Vivienne Westwood Anglomania  Cape: Boudicca  Shoes: Gina  Earrings: Vivienne Westwood  Right Coat: Katherine Hooker Bikini top: Bordelle  Skirt: Boudicca Belt: Boudicca Shoes: Gina Earrings: Noemi Klein Right Ring: Noemi Klein Left Ring:  Sonal Whiplash Ankle Highs: Wolford

Left:
Dress: Vivienne Westwood Anglomania
Cape: Boudicca
Shoes: Gina
Earrings: Vivienne Westwood
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Coat: Katherine Hooker
Bikini top: Bordelle
Skirt: Boudicca
Belt: Boudicca
Shoes: Gina
Earrings: Noemi Klein
Right Ring: Noemi Klein
Left Ring: Sonal Whiplash
Ankle Highs: Wolford

 

Photographer: Phil Hewitt

Styling and Creative Direction: Michael Miller

Hair: Andrea Martinelli using Alterna

Make­up: Maria Vittoria Bortolussi using Nars

Production: Ross Forsythe

Models:

Sienna King @ Tess Management

India Tuersley @ Tess Management

Megan @ Models 1

Emma S @ Models 1

FAULT MAGAZINE BACKSTAGE @ ISSA SS15



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Photography: Jean-Luc Brouard

LFW SEPTEMBER ’15: DAY (5) SS15

This season, FAULT Magazine is out en-force at London Fashion Week (September ’14) to line up the new season Collections for review. Stay updated with the FAULT team via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and FAULT Online to see the latest and up to date Fashion Trends for Spring ’15, live, as they happen.

OSMAN

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Starting with simple, monochrome daywear for sophisticats, the Osman show progressed with fringe detailing, fresh colours such as citrus green and peach, a striking watercolour splash print and oversized patchworks to show he still has the creative edge. Midi and maxi lengths were key along with off-the-shoulder necklines, strapless dresses and cut out shoulders. A fringed silver cape was a particular highlight along with a floor length, sheer black dress over a black body embellished with circles of beads.

-Olivia Pinnock

 

Simone Rocha

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Always a whirlwind of beauty and femininity, this season at Simon Rocha it came in the form of marabou trims, bright red flower prints and broderie anglaise. Sher mac coats with thick belts were a desirable twist on the classic and cute tea dresses were given multiple dimensions with cut out flower shapes embellishing the already floral print. Marabou skirt hems, trouser cuffs and sleeve edges harked back to old school glamour but avoided being too kitsch by keeping to a strict colour scheme of black and nude. Simple pumps and brogues were also trimmed with marabou while the layers of sheer tulle and organza that featured heavily in the collection were also tied in to the styling with headscarves covering the whole face and delicate, mid-forearm length gloves with lace trims.

-Olivia Pinnock

 

Fashion East

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Before we talk fashion, let’s get the giant elephant in the room out of the way. Yes a man fell through the roof during the show, yes he’s ok and an ambulance was called immediately, no he wasn’t a rogue paparazzi trying to get backstage shots, he was a construction worker from the building opposite. The audience was pretty a-gasp at the situation but the show must go on and once we were all assured the man was ok, the clothes were ready for review!

Helen Lawrence opened with deconstructed looks, vintage-style knitwear and super miniature skirts. Rough around the edges was the look with asymmetrical styles, green latex shapes dangling from garments and loose fitting tops and trousers.

Louise Alsop’s beachy sportswear of tulled parkas, slashed maxi dresses and spaghetti strap jersey midis was styled with dreadlocked hair and trainers for a laid back vibe. Lemon yellow bought energy to the black and white colour palette while tshirt dresses to the mid-thigh brought home a relaxed androgyny.

Ed Maler’s sexy cohort of pirates were a flamboyant and fanciful way to end the show. Knee high stockings, bandana headpieces, Victorian frilled waistlines, corset lacing up trouser legs and cuffs that draped over hands were the epitome of eccentric creativity. Above all it represented what Fashion East is all about; spotting raw, cutting edge talent and nurturing it to make the fashion brands of the future.

-Olivia Pinnock

 

Meadham Kirchhoff 

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Before we talk fashion, let’s get the giant elephant in the room out of the way. Yes a man fell through the roof during the show, yes he’s ok and an ambulance was called immediately, no he wasn’t a rogue paparazzi trying to get backstage shots, he was a construction worker from the building opposite. The audience was pretty a-gasp at the situation but the show must go on and once we were all assured the man was ok, the clothes were ready for review!

Helen Lawrence opened with deconstructed looks, vintage-style knitwear and super miniature skirts. Rough around the edges was the look with asymmetrical styles, green latex shapes dangling from garments and loose fitting tops and trousers.

Louise Alsop’s beachy sportswear of tulled parkas, slashed maxi dresses and spaghetti strap jersey midis was styled with dreadlocked hair and trainers for a laid back vibe. Lemon yellow bought energy to the black and white colour palette while tshirt dresses to the mid-thigh brought home a relaxed androgyny.

Ed Maler’s sexy cohort of pirates were a flamboyant and fanciful way to end the show. Knee high stockings, bandana headpieces, Victorian frilled waistlines, corset lacing up trouser legs and cuffs that draped over hands were the epitome of eccentric creativity. Above all it represented what Fashion East is all about; spotting raw, cutting edge talent and nurturing it to make the fashion brands of the future.

-Olivia Pinnock

 

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FAULT MAGAZINE @ LFW – BACKSTAGE BEAUTY WITH CARLY HOBBS

Monday 15 September

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For me Monday was all about one show. Giles. Not only was the rave catwalk complete with strobe lighting and Bare Necessities passes for backstage very fun, the hair and make-up was playful from inspiration to finish.

Eyes were the focus, a blend of green and black shadows done by Team Mac. This alternative smoky effect followed through to the nails, which were half and half of these same shades. Why? Well the invite to Giles was based on a monster claw from the deep – a pink leopard print hand with green and black claws. Random, but it so worked.

And while make-up and nails were out there alongside the disco-esque collection, hair was the absolute opposite. Victorian Grunge to be precise. Created by Label M and Toni & Guy, it was a mash up of deep v-parting, hair worked back using salt spray and a bed head style ponytail to finish. Slightly dishevelled, totally hot.

 

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And the final day of LFW SS15 when out in one big shimmery, glitz-fuelled, glam bang. With some last summery neutrals thrown in for good measure of course.

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The theme at Osman was a modern take on Woodstock – yep the 60s are defos back for SS15 in so many ways. But it wasn’t grungy hippies, more fresh, clean and fun-loving ones. Or as make-up artist heading up this show for Maybelline, Sharon Dowcett said, ‘these girls sleep in tepees not tents.’

Her specially created look was all expensive boho, complimenting the peaches and blues of the collection. She kept the base fresh, but used a velvet crayon in a dusty, nudey pink for the lips and added festival flush to the cheeks using Maybelline Baby Lips Fluro in Stirke a Rose. The effect? Like the Osman girl had been dancing in a field all day. Only the top lashes were treated to mascara while the brows were simply defined and eyes had a soft brown liner gently blended around the socket line. A little bit 60s but not too Twiggy, so to keep things current.

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Hair-inspo came from one of the models when she was casted for the show. Nick Irwin using Catwalk by Tigi, worked from her freshly washed hair that had a whole lot of movement asking all the girls to rock up post shower for pre-show prep. He then simply spritzed a little spray on mousse up top and through the ends, pressing locks down a little around the ears. Minimal product, impressive effect.

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And the final backstage beauty spying we did was at Ashish. Showgirl minus the drag was the make-up inspo and fresh skin, moisturised lips and then full on, statement, bejewelled eyes was the end result. One of the models told us wearing the layered up glitter, gems and shimmering shadows was like having kaleidoscopes on her eyes. ‘I can see them sparkling,’ she said. And it looked incredible. There was no mascara or liner, instead an ordered gem-ladden structure along the lower line, structured out ballerina style with a nude liner. Then up top it was chaos the bronzes, golds and coral eyeshadows used as a base, then craft shop gems stuck on in clusters, at random and right up to the brows. Sharon Dowcett, heading up team Maybelline, revealed the best way to get your gem on. First dab on lash glue using tiny cotton buds – Muji do amazingly small ones – then dip a bigger cotton bud in water to dampen before using this to pick up the little studs. It stays wet long enough to grip the gem and then hold it in place on the face until it’s stuck. Clever.

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Hair was just as cool. Ali Pirzadeh for L’Oreal Paris Professional, wove strings of multi coloured tinsel into slicked down locks to give the impression of a girl that had been out dancing all night. Fun.

And for nails, Michelle Humphries, started off with two coats of a silvery base, before layering on a further two coats of Maybelline Colorshow{CORR} in Glitter It. Then the gems came out again, attached in cosmic clusters around the cuticles and tips. Disco just got served, in a fresh, modern style. What an end to an awesome SS15 showcase.

 

-Carly Hobbs (Instagram – Twitter)