EXCLUSIVE FAULT MAGAZINE EDITORIAL BY AL&K

Leather Dress: Baukjen Vintage Coat: The Gathering Goddess

Leather Dress: Baukjen
Vintage Coat: The Gathering Goddess

Dress: Emilia Wickstead Ponyskin clutch: Baukjen Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs Second Ring: Stylist's Own

Dress: Emilia Wickstead
Ponyskin clutch: Baukjen
Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Second Ring: Stylist’s Own

Leather Dress: Baukjen Embellished clutch: ASOS Earrings: Links of London

Leather Dress: Baukjen
Embellished clutch: ASOS
Earrings: Links of London

Jumpsuit: Yves Saint Laurent @ The Gathering Godess Hand piece: Cornelia Webb Cork Clutch: J Crew

Jumpsuit: Yves Saint Laurent @ The Gathering Godess
Hand piece: Cornelia Webb
Cork Clutch: J Crew

Coat: Baukjen Trousers: 2nd Day Handpiece: Cornelia Webb Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana

Coat: Baukjen
Trousers: 2nd Day
Handpiece: Cornelia Webb
Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana

Dress: Emilia Wickstead Ponyskin clutch: Baukjen Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Dress: Emilia Wickstead
Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Jumpsuit: Motel Leather skirt: Baukjen Clutch: Nali Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Jumpsuit: Motel
Leather skirt: Baukjen
Clutch: Nali
Ring: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Leather Dress: Baukjen Vintage Coat: The Gathering Goddess

Leather Dress: Baukjen
Vintage Coat: The Gathering Goddess

 

Photography: AL&K – Annelaure Pothin & Krisztina Gat 
Stylist: Adelaide Turnbull 
Make-Up: Salina Thind at Era Management using EX1 Cosmetics
Hair:
Atsushi Takita using Bumble & Bumble
Model: Catherine Grant @ Elite Model Management
Special Thanks: Damian @ Mowlem studios

Sculpture – FAULT ONLINE EDITORIAL BY Tetsuya Maehara

 

 

Dress: Julien Macdonald

Dress: Julien Macdonald

Dress: Martine Jalgaard

Dress: Martine Jalgaard

Thasos white marble necklace in white leather and silver with Swarovski crystals: Ioanna Souflia

Thasos white marble necklace in white leather and silver with Swarovski crystals: Ioanna Souflia

Dress: Isabel Garcia

Dress: Isabel Garcia

Dress: Patrick Li

Dress: Patrick Li

Dress: Jule Waibel

Dress: Jule Waibel

 

Photography: Tetsuya Maehara

Stylist: Dawnn Lee Mitchell

Model: Hannah Johnson @ Storm Models

Hair: Atsushi Takita using by Bumble and bumble

Make Up: Naomi using by MAC

Story shot at: Cloud House Studios

 

Winter Fever – FAULT ONLINE EDITORIAL BY Nancy Schoenmakers

 

Black/white hairy coat: Stills Sport col: Nike Training Shawl as belt: Gestuz Vintage Clutch: Yves Saint Laurent Orange coat: MTWTFSS Weekday Pants: Peet Dullaert Ankle boot: Marco O’Polo Black hat: Tony Cohen Badge on hat: Stylists own

Black/white hairy coat: Stills
Sport col: Nike Training
Shawl as belt: Gestuz
Vintage Clutch: Yves Saint Laurent
Orange coat: MTWTFSS Weekday
Pants: Peet Dullaert
Ankle boot: Marco O’Polo
Black hat: Tony Cohen
Badge on hat: Stylists own

Orange pant: MATTIJS by Mattijs van Bergen Long wool coat: Dorhout Mees Top with flowers: Lily Odette Kleipool Boots: Fratelli Rossetti Golden ornament: VJR Jewels Black rope: Stylists own

Orange pant: MATTIJS by Mattijs van Bergen
Long wool coat: Dorhout Mees
Top with flowers: Lily Odette Kleipool
Boots: Fratelli Rossetti
Golden ornament: VJR Jewels
Black rope: Stylists own

Kilted skirt: Nathalie Moens White cotton shirt: Anecdote Shawl black: MTWTFSS Weekday Shawl black/white checked: Monki Shawl white checked: The Boyscouts Jacket fake fur: Tony Cohen  Rainboots: Ilse Jacobsen  Socks: All Falke

Kilted skirt: Nathalie Moens
White cotton shirt: Anecdote
Shawl black: MTWTFSS Weekday
Shawl black/white checked: Monki
Shawl white checked: The Boyscouts
Jacket fake fur: Tony Cohen
Rainboots: Ilse Jacobsen
Socks: All Falke

Necklace: Bibi van der Velden  Top: Dorhout Mees Long coat: Dorhout Mees Shawl: Marco O’Polo

Necklace: Bibi van der Velden
Top: Dorhout Mees
Long coat: Dorhout Mees
Shawl: Marco O’Polo

Beige blanket coat: Krul blanket coats Dress check black/white: HOPE Black turtleneck: MbyM Shawl as belt: The Boyscouts

Beige blanket coat: Krul blanket coats
Dress check black/white: HOPE
Black turtleneck: MbyM
Shawl as belt: The Boyscouts

Striped turtleneck: Karen Millen Beige blanket coat: Krul blanket coats Necklace: Wouter & Hendrix Jewelry

Striped turtleneck: Karen Millen
Beige blanket coat: Krul blanket coats
Necklace: Wouter & Hendrix Jewelry

 

Photographer: Nancy Schoenmakers @Eric Elenbaas

Styling: Gerline Hornsveld

MUA: Maaike Beijer @Angelique Hoorn

Hair: Jessica Scholten

Ass. Photography: Jolene Smits

Ass. Photography: Iris Meindertsma

Ass. Styling: Loes van Doren

FAULT Focus: Remembering Corinne Day

“I’ve always known what I’ve liked and I’ve always gone in the opposite direction of everyone else. I get bored easily of seeing the same thing over and over.” – Corrine Day

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Few women have changed the face of fashion like the late, great Corrine Day. Beginning her 20 year career as a self-taught photographer in the eighties, Day grew to become one of fashion’s most celebrated, prominent and well-loved characters – not only for her groundbreaking work with publications such as Vogue, i-D and The Face, but for her gritty, personal documentary photographs which captured a frank and disarming snapshot of nineties post-rave London from the clubs and council estates where they transpired. Four years on from her untimely death in 2010, the anti-glamour photographer’s unquestionable nous for capturing glimpses of happiness, sadness and incredible beauty in everyday, kitchen sink situations remain as seminal now as the day they were taken.

A one-time international model, Day begun to toy with cameras in the mid-eighties whilst bored on set in the company of Mark Szaszy – the former male model who would later become her husband and treasured life partner. With no formal training, she began shooting her surroundings with a natural instinct that would follow her throughout her career. In 1989, Day had an interview with Phil Bicker, art director of The Face. Through Bicker, Day met stylists Anna Cockburn and Melanie Ward, with whom she was to create some of her most iconic images. Photographing an unknown 14-year-old Kate Moss, plucked from the fringes of Croydon, the unlikely cockney duo shot the notorious ‘Third Summer Of Love’ editorial (had the second really ended?) for The Face whilst having a lark together in Cambersands. The eight-page shoot saw a rambunctious Moss frolicking on the beach clad in Romeo Gigli, Joseph Tricot, battered Birkenstocks and the most magnificent (albeit impractical) feather head-dress from the now defunct Covent Garden boutique World.

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“I was just having a laugh,” Moss is quoted saying of the shoot. “Corinne just wanted to bring out everything I hated when I was 15. My bow legs, the mole on my breast, the way I laughed.”

She would then take Moss with her to Vogue, subsequently forming a formidable friendship that would last until Corrine’s untimely death (Corrine is credited with being the first photographer to shoot Moss for a Vogue cover.) In 1993, Day was commissioned by newly appointed editor, Alexandra Shulman, to inject some much needed reality into proceedings. In the UK, Bjork’s debut portrayed the Icelandic songstress messy haired and clad in an oversized grunge knit, Blur had just released their seminal album Modern Life Is Rubbish and acid house raves were evolving into darker jungle and happy hardcore all-nighters. Cool Britannia was just around the corner, magazines like i-D, Penthouse and RayGun were reporting from the counter-culture underbelly whilst Vogue still touted the impossible and antiquated beauty of supermodels Cindy, Naomi, and Michelle.

Shulman was to receive the much-needed injection of gritty realism that Condé Nast so desired. A waifish and milky-limbed Moss posed nonchalantly in the scruffy Brewer St flat Day occupied at the time for Under-Exposure. Grubby carpets, visible pubic hair, an uncovered duvet, tan tights pulled halfheartedly over sheer underwear. This was the first anti-glamour shoot Vogue had displayed of its kind. The on-paper lingerie shoot took a life of it’s own, paying homage to Day’s haunting personal photography style outside of the fashion world. Corinne Day later said that she took the famous ‘fairy lights’ shot on a day when Kate had been crying after a fight with her then-boyfriend, resulting in the vulnerability that turned this into one of the most iconic and controversial images produced in the ’90s. It’s the most reproduced image of the entire editorial, but the clothes (pink Liza Bruce vest and Hennes chiffon knickers) are rarely remembered, or credited.

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The strapline on the March issue of Vogue that year read ‘London style…London Girls!’, but upon its release, the tabloids whirred into a frenzy, proclaiming the shoot promoted ‘heroin chic’ and ‘bordered on paedophilic’. In the wake of controversy, Day retreated from fashion, choosing instead to tour America with genre band Pusherman, documenting her travels in her lo-fi, grunge aesthetic. The result was her celebrated tome and exhibition of works of works, Diary. Released in 2000, the book contained graphic, raw and honest photos of Day and her friends – most prominently unlikely muse Tara St. James.

Shot amongst the shabby sofas and peeling wallpaper of run-down tenements of Soho and its surrounding areas, the collection documented the sex, drugs and squatting of her bohemian circle of young dreamers. We see Tara crying, smoking, nursing her baby, running around the flat in a string of tinsel, laughing amongst a grotty 3-piece bathroom. The photographs would be deemed voyeuristic were it not for Day’s proximity to and involvement with her subjects; in a harrowing few entries she documents her own brain-tumor diagnosis in 1996, preparal for surgery, and later recovery. By then she was extremely ill and no grizzly details were spared, omitted, censored, a true testament to her unquestionable skill for spotting beauty amongst ruins and diamonds in the rough.

 

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Corinne was diagnosed with a slow growing, grade 2 brain tumor called in November 1996, during which time she was given a prognosis of 8 years to live. Despite her sudden death in 2010, Day’s presence is still felt in the industry today – so often we flick through a fashion glossy and spot some reference, homage or small semblance of Corinne’s celluloid thumbprint. To view her photos is to be invited into her world, one of honest realism – a raw energy that photographers still seek 20 years on.

 

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Words: Liz Connor

Out Of The Dark – FAULT Online Editorial By Michelle Beatty

 

Poloneck:  Goat Faux fur top: Warehouse  Track pants: Tyla Blade  2 Necklaces: Bimba & Lola Boots: Monki

Poloneck: Goat
Faux fur top: Warehouse 
Track pants: Tyla Blade 
2 Necklaces: Bimba & Lola
Boots: Monki

Black sequin top: Ashish Wool waistcoat: Filles A Papa Wool Kilt: Heohwan Boots: Monki Socks throughout: Falke Bracelet throughout: Estelle Deve

Black sequin top: Ashish
Wool waistcoat: Filles A Papa
Wool Kilt: Heohwan
Boots: Monki
Socks throughout: Falke
Bracelet throughout: Estelle Deve

Camel Cardi: Peter Jensen  Sequin stripe top: Ashish  Wool Shorts: Tyla Blade  Boots: Dr Marten Scarf: Heohwan

Camel Cardi: Peter Jensen 
Sequin stripe top: Ashish 
Wool Shorts: Tyla Blade 
Boots: Dr Marten
Scarf: Heohwan

Jumper: Dr Marten  Gillet: Levis made and crafted Knickers: I D Sarrieri Boots: Dr Marten

Jumper: Dr Marten 
Gillet: Levis made and crafted
Knickers: I D Sarrieri
Boots: Dr Marten

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun Cardi: Peter Jensen Skirt: Supertrash Boots: Melissa

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun
Cardi: Peter Jensen
Skirt: Supertrash
Boots: Melissa

Wool Coat: Defect Wool top: Cacharel Skirt: Charlotte Eskildsen for Designers Remix Shoes: Dr Marten

Wool Coat: Defect
Wool top: Cacharel
Skirt: Charlotte Eskildsen for Designers Remix
Shoes: Dr Marten

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun   Top with green sleeves: Avelon  Wool skirt: Designers Remix

Poloneck: Zeynup Tosun  
Top with green sleeves: Avelon
Wool skirt: Designers Remix

 

Photographer: Michelle Beatty

Assistant: Leanne Crowe

Stylist: Rachel Davis @ One Represents

Hair & Makeup: Darren Evans @ Mandy Coakley

Model: Mayya @ Select Models

Retouching: Kivela Imaging

Idle Hands – FAULT Online Editorial By Adamo de Pax

Earrings: Swarovski Rings: Vitality

Earrings: Swarovski
Rings: Vitality

Necklace: Rebekah Price Watch: Skagen Ring: Swarovksi

Necklace: Rebekah Price
Watch: Skagen
Ring: Swarovski

Earrings: Dagmar Jewellery Rings: Swarovski & Rebekah Price

Earrings: Dagmar Jewellery
Rings: Swarovski & Rebekah Price

Vintage Earrings: Givenchy Diamond ring: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection Two-Finger Ring: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection  Vitality Bracelet: Swarovski

Vintage Earrings: Givenchy
Diamond ring: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection
Two-Finger Ring: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection
Vitality Bracelet: Swarovski

Earrings: Dagmar Jewellery Ring: Swarovski

Earrings: Dagmar Jewellery Ring: Swarovski

Vintage Earrings: Alan Anderson Rings: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection Vitality bracelets: Moonrox

Earrings: Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection
Rings: Vitality
Bracelets: Moonrox

 

Photography by Adamo de Pax

Styling and Direction by Tricia Hall at Judy Inc.

Hair by Cia Mandarello using TRESemme at P1M

Makeup by Patrick Rahme at P1M

Manicure by Naomi Misu for Tips Nail Bar at P1M

Models Elise and Miller at Elmer Olsen Models

Assistant Stylist: Nicole Campbell

 

 

Off the Rails: London Menswear steps it up a notch (30th Oct – 2nd Nov)

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Team FAULT are excited to be attending yet another showcase event in London’s ever-growing menswear calendar: Off the Rails London. Taking place in the trendy-yet-relaxed setting of the Old Truman Brewery on London’s Brick Lane, the emphasis of this sartorial pop-up bonanza is one of inclusivity and affordability without compromising on quality. In fact, the standard of men’s style on display represents the pinnacle of contemporary London-based design, with trailblazers such as tailors Markus Lupfer and Richard Anderson, shoemakers Oliver Sweeney and Barkers and the immortal Christy’s Hats - among many others (70 in total) - all holding court at this year’s debut.

With additional incentives including special discounts on many current lines, a pop-up ‘old school’ barber shop in the form of Shoreditch’s own Murdock London, personal styling sessions by Topman and booze and grub supplied by the Mr Hyde Bar and Patty and Bun Burger Store respectively, there seems to be few reasons for any self-respecting man about town in London NOT to attend – especially as tickets are available from just £6 each if bought as a pair (or more).

The event runs from today, Thursday 30th October – Sunday 2nd November at:

The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane
London, E1 6QL

For event times and more information, visit www.offtherailsldn.com

Wig Out – FAULT Online Editorial By Helen Eriksson

 

Shirt: Maje

Shirt: Maje

Blazer: H&M

Blazer: H&M

Vintage Coat: Max Mara

Vintage Coat: Max Mara

One piece:  Zara

One piece: Zara

Dress by H&M

Dress by H&M

Knit crop top: Topshop

Knit crop top: Topshop

White one piece: Zara

White one piece: Zara

Discount Leather Jacket: Zara  One piece: Zara

Discount Leather Jacket: Zara
One piece: Zara

 

Photographer: Helen Eriksson
Stylist: Kate Carnegie @ Link Management Hair Stylist: Michael Thomas Lollo
Makeup Artist: Allie Smith
Models: Linnea and Vita @ ONE